The White House Cook Book: Cooking, Toilet and Household Recipes, Menus, Dinner-giving, Table Etiquette, Care of the Sick, Health Suggestions, Facts W
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allspice apples baking powder beat beaten beef black pepper boiling water bread crumbs Broiled brown cake cayenne pepper celery chicken chopped Coffee cold water cooked cool corn cornstarch cover cream cream of tartar Croquettes crust cupful of sugar currants custard dish dissolved dough eggs fire fish flavor four eggs fresh fried fruit grated gravy half a cupful hour jelly juice lard layer lemon mash meat melted butter meringue mixture nice nutmeg omelet onion ounces oven oysters parsley peaches peel pepper and salt pickle piece of butter pork Potatoes pound powdered sugar PUDDING puff paste quart roast roll Salad salt and pepper sauce saucepan season sifted flour slices soup spoon stew stir syrup tablespoonful tablespoonful of butter teacupful teaspoonful teaspoonful of salt teaspoonful of soda teaspoonfuls of baking thick thin three eggs toast tomatoes veal vinegar warm white sugar yeast yolks
Seite 1010 - ... virtues of a marked character, stimulating the circulatory system, and the consequent increase of the saliva and the gastric juice promoting digestion. Red onions are an excellent diuretic, and the white ones are recommended raw as a remedy for insomnia.
Seite 1041 - Mix a handful of quicklime in four ounces of linseed oil, boil to a good thickness then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become very hard, but may be easily dissolved over the fire as glue.
Seite 377 - The beauty of a poached egg is for the yolk to be seen blushing through the white, which should only be just sufficiently hardened to form a transparent veil for the egg.
Seite 402 - ... into bottles, and it is ready for use. It must be stirred frequently while it is making, and kept near the fire. Before using, shake the bottle up well. It will keep in a cool place for two months, and is best at the latter part of the time.
Seite 1024 - Half a pint of gin, half a pound of honey, half a pound of soft soap, oneeighth of a pint of water. Mix the above ingredients together; then lay each breadth of silk upon a clean kitchen table or dresser, and scrub it well on the soiled side with the mixture. Have ready three vessels of cold water; take each piece of silk at two corners, and dip it up and down in each vessel, but do not wring it; and take care that each breadth has one vessel of quite clean water for the last dip. Hang it up dripping...
Seite 998 - The treatment of warts is to pare the hard and dry skin from their tops, and then touch them with the smallest drop of strong acetic acid, taking care that the acid does not run off the wart upon the neighbouring skin, for if it do, it will occasion inflammation and much pain.
Seite 275 - Sweet potatoes are most appropriate with roast meats, as also are onions, winter squash, cucumbers and asparagus. Carrots, parsnips, turnips, greens and cabbage are generally eaten with boiled meat, and corn, beets, peas and beans are appropriate to either boiled or roasted meat. Mashed turnip is good with roast pork and with boiled meats. Tomatoes are good with almost every kind of meats, especially with roasts.
Seite 1075 - TO REMOVE FRECKLES. The following lotion is highly recommended: One ounce of lemon- juice, a quarter of a drachm of powdered borax, and half a drachm of sugar; mix in a bottle, and allow them to stand a few days, when the liquor should be rubbed occasionally on the hands and face.