The Philadelphia Housewife or, Family Receipt Book
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The Philadelphia Housewife or, Family Receipt Book

By Mary Hodgson
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  • THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSEWIFE, OR, Family Receipt Book. BY AUNT MARY. PHILADELPHIA: J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO. 1855.
    • PREFACE.
      • TO PREPARE AND TO SELECT BEEF, MUTTON, LAMB, VEAL, AND BACON.
      • BEEF SOUP, THIN.
      • ANOTHER BEEF SOUP.
      • VEAL SOUP.
      • MUTTON BROTH.
      • CHICKEN BROTH.
      • CHICKEN SOUP.
      • OYSTER SOUP.
      • MOCK TURTLE SOUP.
      • CALF’S HEAD SOUP.
      • OX-TAIL SOUP.
      • MULLAGATAWNY SOUP.
      • OCHRA SOUP.
      • CATFISH SOUP.
      • DRIED PEA SOUP.
      • GREEN PEA SOUP.
      • BEAN SOUP.
      • CLAM SOUP.
      • FISH.
      • TO BAKE A SHAD.
      • TO BROIL A SHAD.
      • FRESH COD BOILED.
      • TO BOIL HALIBUT.
      • TO FRY HALIBUT.
      • TURBOT.
      • TROUT.
      • TO BOIL STURGEON.
      • TO PICKLE FRESH HERRING.
      • TO BOIL SHEEP’S HEAD.
      • SEA BASS.
      • HADDOCK.
      • TO DRESS A SALT COD.
      • TO PICKLE SALT SALMON.
      • TO BOIL FRESH SALMON.
      • TO BOIL FRESH MACKEREL.
      • TO BOIL ROCK FISH.
      • TO FRY ROCK FISH.
      • TO FRY PERCH.
      • TO FRY SMELTS.
      • LOBSTERS AND CRABS.
      • TO STEW CLAMS.
      • TO FRY CLAMS.
      • TO STEW CRABS.
      • LOBSTER STEWED.
      • OYSTERS BROILED.
      • TO ROAST OYSTERS IN THE SHELL.
      • TO PICKLE OYSTERS.
      • TO STEW OYSTERS.
      • OYSTER PIE.
      • OYSTER FRITTERS.
      • SCOLLOPED OYSTERS.
      • TERRAPINS.
      • TO FRY TRIPE.
      • TO PREPARE A RENNET.
      • TO MAKE SMEARCASE OR COTTAGE CHEESE.
    • TO PREPARE AND TO SELECT BEEF, MUTTON, LAMB, VEAL, AND BACON.
    • BEEF SOUP, THIN.
    • ANOTHER BEEF SOUP.
    • VEAL SOUP.
    • MUTTON BROTH.
    • CHICKEN BROTH.
    • CHICKEN SOUP.
    • OYSTER SOUP.
    • MOCK TURTLE SOUP.
    • CALF’S HEAD SOUP.
    • OX-TAIL SOUP.
    • MULLAGATAWNY SOUP.
    • OCHRA SOUP.
    • CATFISH SOUP.
    • DRIED PEA SOUP.
    • GREEN PEA SOUP.
    • BEAN SOUP.
    • CLAM SOUP.
    • FISH.
    • TO BAKE A SHAD.
    • TO BROIL A SHAD.
    • FRESH COD BOILED.
    • TO BOIL HALIBUT.
    • TO FRY HALIBUT.
    • TURBOT.
    • TROUT.
    • TO BOIL STURGEON.
    • TO PICKLE FRESH HERRING.
    • TO BOIL SHEEP’S HEAD.
    • SEA BASS.
    • HADDOCK.
    • TO DRESS A SALT COD.
    • TO PICKLE SALT SALMON.
    • TO BOIL FRESH SALMON.
    • TO BOIL FRESH MACKEREL.
    • TO BOIL ROCK FISH.
    • TO FRY ROCK FISH.
    • TO FRY PERCH.
    • TO FRY SMELTS.
    • LOBSTERS AND CRABS.
    • TO STEW CLAMS.
    • TO FRY CLAMS.
    • TO STEW CRABS.
    • LOBSTER STEWED.
    • OYSTERS BROILED.
    • TO ROAST OYSTERS IN THE SHELL.
    • TO PICKLE OYSTERS.
    • TO STEW OYSTERS.
    • OYSTER PIE.
    • OYSTER FRITTERS.
    • SCOLLOPED OYSTERS.
    • TERRAPINS.
    • TO FRY TRIPE.
    • TO PREPARE A RENNET.
    • TO MAKE SMEARCASE OR COTTAGE CHEESE.
    • Sauces.
      • MELTED BUTTER.
      • EGG SAUCE.
      • CAPER AND NASTURTIAN SAUCE.
      • OYSTER SAUCE.
      • ONION SAUCE.
      • MINT SAUCE.
      • CELERY SAUCE.
      • LOBSTER SAUCE.
      • MUSHROOM SAUCE.
      • WINE SAUCE.
      • ANOTHER WINE SAUCE.
      • CREAM SAUCE.
      • PEPPER SAUCE.
      • CELERY VINEGAR.
      • GRAVY FOR ROAST TURKEY AND CHICKENS.
      • VEAL GRAVY.
      • VENISON SAUCE.
      • APPLE DUMPLING SAUCE ANOTHER WAY.
      • APPLE SAUCE.
      • CRANBERRY SAUCE.
      • TO STEW DRIED FRUIT.
      • TO ROAST BEEF.
      • BEEF STEAKS.
      • TO STEW BEEF.
      • BEEF A LA MODE.
      • A BRISKET OF BEEF BAKED.
      • BEEF STEAK PIE.
      • TO BOIL CORN BEEF.
      • A BEEF’S HEART.
      • DIRECTIONS FOR COOKING THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF VEAL.
      • TO ROAST A LOIN OF VEAL.
      • VEAL CUTLETS.
      • BAKED FILLET OF VEAL.
      • TO STEW VEAL.
      • MOCK TURTLE OR CALF’S HEAD.
      • TO STEW CALF’S FEET.
      • SWEET-BREADS.
      • SWEET-BREAD AND OYSTER PIE.
      • TO ROAST A LOIN OF MUTTON.
      • TO ROAST A LEG OF MUTTON.
      • TO STEW LAMB WITH PEAS.
      • STEAKS OF MUTTON.
      • MUTTON CHOPS.
      • TO BOIL A BREAST OF MUTTON.
      • TO SALT A LEG OF MUTTON.
      • TO DRESS MUTTON LIKE VENISON.
      • MUTTON CHOPS LIKE VENISON.
      • TO STEW MUTTON WITH MUSHROOMS.
      • TO STEW MUTTON.
      • TO BOIL A LEG OF MUTTON.
      • TO STEW MUTTON LIKE VENISON.
      • KIDNEYS.
      • ROLOGEE.
      • FONDUS.
      • LIVER.
      • TO ROAST A PIG.
      • TO ROAST PORK.
      • TO FRY PIG’S FEET.
      • A PIG’S HEAD.
      • TO MAKE SCRAPPLE.
      • TO CURE BEEF.
      • TO SOUSE PIG’S FEET.
      • TO CURE BEEF’S TONGUES.
      • TO BOIL HAM.
      • TO BOIL A STUFFED HAM.
      • TO BAKE A BOILED HAM.
      • TO CURE HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
      • TO BOIL AND FREEZE CHINE.
      • TO MAKE SAUSAGE MEAT.
      • HOG’S HEAD CHEESE.
      • TO ROAST A GOOSE.
      • TO ROAST A TURKEY.
      • TO BOIL A TURKEY.
      • TO ROAST CHICKENS.
      • TO FRY CHICKENS.
      • TO STEW CHICKENS.
      • TO BROIL CHICKENS.
      • TO BAKE CHICKENS.
      • CHICKEN PIE.
      • TO BOIL CHICKENS.
      • TO STEW DUCKS.
      • TO COOK CHICKENS WITH CURRY.
      • TO COOK CHICKENS IN BATTER.
    • MELTED BUTTER.
    • EGG SAUCE.
    • CAPER AND NASTURTIAN SAUCE.
    • OYSTER SAUCE.
    • ONION SAUCE.
    • MINT SAUCE.
    • CELERY SAUCE.
    • LOBSTER SAUCE.
    • MUSHROOM SAUCE.
    • WINE SAUCE.
    • ANOTHER WINE SAUCE.
    • CREAM SAUCE.
    • PEPPER SAUCE.
    • CELERY VINEGAR.
    • GRAVY FOR ROAST TURKEY AND CHICKENS.
    • VEAL GRAVY.
    • VENISON SAUCE.
    • APPLE DUMPLING SAUCE ANOTHER WAY.
    • APPLE SAUCE.
    • CRANBERRY SAUCE.
    • TO STEW DRIED FRUIT.
    • TO ROAST BEEF.
    • BEEF STEAKS.
    • TO STEW BEEF.
    • BEEF A LA MODE.
    • A BRISKET OF BEEF BAKED.
    • BEEF STEAK PIE.
    • TO BOIL CORN BEEF.
    • A BEEF’S HEART.
    • DIRECTIONS FOR COOKING THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF VEAL.
    • TO ROAST A LOIN OF VEAL.
    • VEAL CUTLETS.
    • BAKED FILLET OF VEAL.
    • TO STEW VEAL.
    • MOCK TURTLE OR CALF’S HEAD.
    • TO STEW CALF’S FEET.
    • SWEET-BREADS.
    • SWEET-BREAD AND OYSTER PIE.
    • TO ROAST A LOIN OF MUTTON.
    • TO ROAST A LEG OF MUTTON.
    • TO STEW LAMB WITH PEAS.
    • STEAKS OF MUTTON.
    • MUTTON CHOPS.
    • TO BOIL A BREAST OF MUTTON.
    • TO SALT A LEG OF MUTTON.
    • TO DRESS MUTTON LIKE VENISON.
    • MUTTON CHOPS LIKE VENISON.
    • TO STEW MUTTON WITH MUSHROOMS.
    • TO STEW MUTTON.
    • TO BOIL A LEG OF MUTTON.
    • TO STEW MUTTON LIKE VENISON.
    • KIDNEYS.
    • ROLOGEE.
    • FONDUS.
    • LIVER.
    • TO ROAST A PIG.
    • TO ROAST PORK.
    • TO FRY PIG’S FEET.
    • A PIG’S HEAD.
    • TO MAKE SCRAPPLE.
    • TO CURE BEEF.
    • TO SOUSE PIG’S FEET.
    • TO CURE BEEF’S TONGUES.
    • TO BOIL HAM.
    • TO BOIL A STUFFED HAM.
    • TO BAKE A BOILED HAM.
    • TO CURE HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
    • TO BOIL AND FREEZE CHINE.
    • TO MAKE SAUSAGE MEAT.
    • HOG’S HEAD CHEESE.
    • TO ROAST A GOOSE.
    • TO ROAST A TURKEY.
    • TO BOIL A TURKEY.
    • TO ROAST CHICKENS.
    • TO FRY CHICKENS.
    • TO STEW CHICKENS.
    • TO BROIL CHICKENS.
    • TO BAKE CHICKENS.
    • CHICKEN PIE.
    • TO BOIL CHICKENS.
    • TO STEW DUCKS.
    • TO COOK CHICKENS WITH CURRY.
    • TO COOK CHICKENS IN BATTER.
    • Game.
      • TO FRY RABBITS.
      • TO STEW RABBITS.
      • WILD DUCKS.
      • TO ROAST WOODCOCK OR SNIPE.
      • TO ROAST PHEASANTS.
      • PARTRIDGES.
      • PIGEONS.
      • PEPPER POT.
      • TO MAKE NOODLES FOR SOUP.
      • TO MAKE CROQUETS.
      • SPANISH OLIO.
      • MACARONI.
      • TO MAKE POLENTA.
      • CHICKEN SALAD.
      • ITALIAN MACARONI.
      • MACARONI WITH CREAM.
      • OMELETTE WITH CHEESE.
      • OMELETTE WITH OYSTERS.
      • EGG TOAST.
      • CROQUETTES OF SWEET-BREADS.
      • TO BOIL EGGS.
      • TO FRY EGGS.
      • TO POACH EGGS.
      • SCRAMBLED EGGS.
      • OMELET SOUFFLE.
      • OMELET.
    • TO FRY RABBITS.
    • TO STEW RABBITS.
    • WILD DUCKS.
    • TO ROAST WOODCOCK OR SNIPE.
    • TO ROAST PHEASANTS.
    • PARTRIDGES.
    • PIGEONS.
    • PEPPER POT.
    • TO MAKE NOODLES FOR SOUP.
    • TO MAKE CROQUETS.
    • SPANISH OLIO.
    • MACARONI.
    • TO MAKE POLENTA.
    • CHICKEN SALAD.
    • ITALIAN MACARONI.
    • MACARONI WITH CREAM.
    • OMELETTE WITH CHEESE.
    • OMELETTE WITH OYSTERS.
    • EGG TOAST.
    • CROQUETTES OF SWEET-BREADS.
    • TO BOIL EGGS.
    • TO FRY EGGS.
    • TO POACH EGGS.
    • SCRAMBLED EGGS.
    • OMELET SOUFFLE.
    • OMELET.
    • Vegetables.
      • TO DRESS SALAD.
      • CAULIFLOWER.
      • PARSNIPS.
      • CARROTS.
      • TURNIPS.
      • SALSIFY OR OYSTER PLANT.
      • TO BOIL POTATOES.
      • TO FRY POTATOES.
      • TO STEW POTATOES.
      • MASHED POTATOES.
      • TO ROAST POTATOES.
      • TO FRY SWEET POTATOES.
      • TO BOIL SWEET POTATOES.
      • SPINACH.
      • TO BOIL GREENS.
      • LIMA BEANS.
      • STRING BEANS.
      • PEAS.
      • ASPARAGUS.
      • TO FRICASEE CORN.
      • TO KEEP CORN FOR WINTER.
      • HOMINY.
      • TO FRY HOMINY.
      • TO FRY EGG PLANT.
      • TO STEW EGG PLANT.
      • ANOTHER WAY.
      • TO STEW TOMATOES.
      • ANOTHER WAY.
      • TO BROIL TOMATOES.
      • TO BAKE TOMATOES.
      • ANOTHER WAY.
      • ANOTHER WAY.
      • TO BOIL CORN.
      • TOMATOES AND OCHRAS.
      • EGGS AND TOMATOES.
      • TO DRY OCHRAS FOR WINTER.
      • CUCUMBERS.
      • SQUASHES.
      • TO BOIL BEETS.
      • TO COOK ONIONS.
      • TO KEEP VEGETABLES FOR WINTER.
      • TO STEW MUSHROOMS.
      • HOT OR COLD SLAW.
      • COLD SLAW.
      • TO BOIL CABBAGE.
      • BROCOLI.
      • SEA KALE.
      • BUTTER.
      • TO KEEP BUTTER.
      • TO KEEP EGGS.
      • TO MAKE COFFEE.
      • TO MAKE TEA.
      • TO MAKE CHOCOLATE.
      • YEAST.
      • TO MAKE DRY YEAST.
      • BREAD.
      • TO BAKE IN A BRICK OVEN.
      • PHILADELPHIA BUNNS.
      • BREAD ROLLS.
      • DIET BREAD.
      • MUSH ROLLS.
      • RISEN MUFFINS.
      • SODA CAKES, VERY SUPERIOR.
      • PHILADELPHIA MILK BISCUIT.
      • TWIST ROLLS.
      • LIGHT BISCUIT.
      • TEA BISCUIT.
      • GERMAN CAKES.
      • MARYLAND BISCUIT.
      • BUCKWHEAT CAKES.
      • FLANNEL CAKES.
      • SALLY LUNN.
      • POTATO BREAD OR ROLLS.
      • MUSH MUFFINS.
      • RICE MUFFINS.
      • QUICK MUFFINS.
      • QUICK WAFFLES.
      • REMARKS ON MAKING INDIAN BREAD.
      • TO MAKE MUSH.
      • CORN BATTER CAKES.
      • JOURNEY CAKE.
      • LIGHTENED PONE.
      • INDIAN BREAKFAST CAKES.
      • POTATO CAKES.
      • TO MAKE PUFF PASTE.
      • ANOTHER VERY SUPERIOR PUFF PASTE.
      • VERY SUPERIOR MINCE PIES.
      • CURRANT PIES.
      • RHUBARB PIE.
      • BLACKBERRY PIE.
      • PEACH PIES.
      • FLORENDINES.
      • CREAM PUDDING.
      • INDIAN PUDDING.
      • RICE PUDDING.
      • COCOANUT PUDDING.
      • BREAD PUDDING.
      • POOR MAN’S PUDDING.
      • SAGO PUDDING.
      • TAPIOCA PUDDING.
      • ARROW ROOT PUDDING.
      • ORANGE PUDDING.
      • JERSEY RICE PUDDING.
      • SPONGE CAKE PUDDING.
      • MUNSEY PUDDING.
      • PEACH PUDDING.
      • PLUM PUDDING.
      • SWEET POTATO PUDDING.
      • PUMPKIN PUDDING.
      • LEMON PUDDING.
      • LEMON PUDDING ANOTHER WAY.
      • A FANCY DISH.
      • MERANG AUX POMME IN PASTE.
      • MERANG AUX POMME WITH CREAM.
      • SPONGE CAKE CUSTARD.
      • SWISS CUSTARD.
      • STRAWBERRY WHIPS.
      • A GOOD DESSERT.
      • APPLE DUMPLINGS.
      • PEACH DUMPLINGS.
      • FRUIT DUMPLINGS.
      • INDIAN MEAL FRITTERS.
      • APPLE FRITTERS.
      • PANCAKES.
      • A QUICK PUDDING.
      • BOILED MILK FRITTERS.
      • A BAKED FLOUR PUDDING.
      • A FARINA PUDDING.
      • CORN STARCH PUDDING.
      • MACARONI PUDDING.
      • VERMICELLI PUDDING.
      • RICE PUDDING.
      • ALMOND PUDDING.
      • A BOILED RICE PUDDING.
      • RICE FLOUR FRITTERS.
      • RICE MILK.
      • COLD CUSTARD.
      • TRIFLE.
      • WHIPS.
      • CARRAGEEN, OR IRISH MOSS.
      • FLOATING ISLAND.
      • GOOSEBERRY FOOL.
      • APPLE FLOAT.
      • ICED APPLES.
      • FREEZING CREAM.
      • ICE CREAM.
      • LEMON CREAM.
      • RASPBERRY CREAM.
      • COCOANUT CREAM.
      • ALMOND CREAM.
      • CHOCOLATE CREAM.
      • PEACH ICE.
      • FRENCH PUFFS.
      • JELLY PUFFS.
      • ICED CUSTARD WITH FRUIT.
      • APPLES AND RICE.
      • SPONGE CAKE IN THE FORM OF A HAM.
      • APPLE CHARLOTTE.
      • TO CLARIFY ISINGLASS.
      • TO CLARIFY SUGAR.
      • STRAWBERRY JELLY.
      • MADEIRA JELLY.
      • RASPBERRY CREAM.
      • CHOCOLATE CREAM.
      • PEACH CHEESE.
      • CALF’S FEET JELLY.
      • A HEN’S NEST.
      • CHARLOTTE RUSSE.
      • CHOCOLATE CUSTARD.
      • BOILED CUSTARD.
      • TRANSPARENT PUDDING.
      • A BOILED FLOUR PUDDING.
      • APPLE PUDDING.
      • A RICH CUSTARD PUDDING.
      • A BIRD’S NEST PUDDING.
      • GREEN CORN PUDDING.
      • A GOOD CUSTARD.
      • CAKES.
      • ICING FOR CAKES.
      • LIGHT GINGER-BREAD.
      • CRISP GINGER-BREAD.
      • GINGER-BREAD NUTS.
      • SHAVINGS.
      • SOFT MOLASSES GINGER-BREAD.
      • SPICED GINGER-BREAD.
      • A VERY GOOD GINGER-BREAD.
      • LEMON CAKE.
      • QUEEN CAKE.
      • ALMOND CAKE.
      • MACAROONS.
      • GOOD JUMBLES.
      • COMMON JUMBLES.
      • CRULLERS.
      • DOUGH NUTS.
      • MERANGUES.
      • COMPOSITION CAKE.
      • LOAF CAKE.
      • SEED CAKE.
      • JELLY CAKE.
      • SPONGE CAKE.
      • ANOTHER SPONGE CAKE.
      • LADY FINGERS.
      • ALBONNIE CAKE.
      • CUP CAKE.
      • KISSES.
      • RICE SPONGE CAKE.
      • WAFERS.
      • WHITE CAKE.
      • CAROLINA CAKE.
      • BUNNS.
      • SASSAFRAS CAKE.
      • WARWICK CAKE.
      • POUND CAKE.
      • PLUM OR FRUIT CAKE.
      • A VERY CHEAP CAKE.
      • RUSKS.
      • TO MAKE COCOA-NUT CAKE.
      • COCOA-NUT AND ALMOND CAKE.
      • LADY CAKE.
      • SMALL ALMOND CAKE.
      • DROP CAKE.
      • FEDERAL CAKE.
      • HARD GINGERBREAD.
      • BUTTER DROPS.
      • OHIO CAKES.
      • SUGAR CAKES.
      • ANOTHER COCOA-NUT CAKE.
      • NEW YORK COOKIES.
      • DIAMOND CAKES.
      • A SPANISH CAKE.
      • A. P. S.
      • SPANISH BUNNS.
      • SCOTCH CAKES.
      • A GOOD SMALL CAKE.
      • CREAM CAKE.
      • LEMON DROP CAKES.
      • ORNAMENTAL ICING FOR CAKES.
      • POTATO PUFFS.
      • SAVOY CAKES.
      • COCOA-NUT POUND CAKE.
      • ALMOND POUND CAKE.
      • EVERY DAY CAKE.
      • COMMON RUSK.
      • A VERY CHEAP AND GOOD CAKE.
      • HOME-MADE POUND CAKE.
      • A VERY GOOD HOME-MADE GINGER-BREAD.
      • CINNAMON CAKE.
      • PRESERVES.
      • TO PRESERVE CLING-STONE PEACHES.
      • TO PRESERVE PEACHES IN BRANDY.
      • PEACH MARMALADE.
      • QUINCES.
      • QUINCE JELLY.
      • QUINCE MARMALADE.
      • PEARS.
      • TO PRESERVE GREEN TOMATOES.
      • TO PRESERVE CITRON MELON.
      • SPICED PEACHES.
      • PLUMS.
      • BLACKBERRY FLUMMERY.
      • CURRANT JELLY.
      • APPLE JELLY.
      • GREEN GRAPE JELLY.
      • MORELLA CHERRIES OR CARNATION.
      • RASPBERRY JAM.
      • TO PRESERVE STRAWBERRIES.
      • MAGNUM BONUM PLUMS.
      • STRAWBERRY JAM.
      • PINE APPLES.
      • APRICOTS.
      • GREEN GAGE PLUMS.
      • WATER MELON RINDS.
      • PINE APPLE PRESERVES.
      • TO PRESERVE CRAB APPLES.
      • TO DRY PEACHES LIKE FIGS.
      • TO PRESERVE LIMES.
    • TO DRESS SALAD.
    • CAULIFLOWER.
    • PARSNIPS.
    • CARROTS.
    • TURNIPS.
    • SALSIFY OR OYSTER PLANT.
    • TO BOIL POTATOES.
    • TO FRY POTATOES.
    • TO STEW POTATOES.
    • MASHED POTATOES.
    • TO ROAST POTATOES.
    • TO FRY SWEET POTATOES.
    • TO BOIL SWEET POTATOES.
    • SPINACH.
    • TO BOIL GREENS.
    • LIMA BEANS.
    • STRING BEANS.
    • PEAS.
    • ASPARAGUS.
    • TO FRICASEE CORN.
    • TO KEEP CORN FOR WINTER.
    • HOMINY.
    • TO FRY HOMINY.
    • TO FRY EGG PLANT.
    • TO STEW EGG PLANT.
    • ANOTHER WAY.
    • TO STEW TOMATOES.
    • ANOTHER WAY.
    • TO BROIL TOMATOES.
    • TO BAKE TOMATOES.
    • ANOTHER WAY.
    • ANOTHER WAY.
    • TO BOIL CORN.
    • TOMATOES AND OCHRAS.
    • EGGS AND TOMATOES.
    • TO DRY OCHRAS FOR WINTER.
    • CUCUMBERS.
    • SQUASHES.
    • TO BOIL BEETS.
    • TO COOK ONIONS.
    • TO KEEP VEGETABLES FOR WINTER.
    • TO STEW MUSHROOMS.
    • HOT OR COLD SLAW.
    • COLD SLAW.
    • TO BOIL CABBAGE.
    • BROCOLI.
    • SEA KALE.
    • BUTTER.
    • TO KEEP BUTTER.
    • TO KEEP EGGS.
    • TO MAKE COFFEE.
    • TO MAKE TEA.
    • TO MAKE CHOCOLATE.
    • YEAST.
    • TO MAKE DRY YEAST.
    • BREAD.
    • TO BAKE IN A BRICK OVEN.
    • PHILADELPHIA BUNNS.
    • BREAD ROLLS.
    • DIET BREAD.
    • MUSH ROLLS.
    • RISEN MUFFINS.
    • SODA CAKES, VERY SUPERIOR.
    • PHILADELPHIA MILK BISCUIT.
    • TWIST ROLLS.
    • LIGHT BISCUIT.
    • TEA BISCUIT.
    • GERMAN CAKES.
    • MARYLAND BISCUIT.
    • BUCKWHEAT CAKES.
    • FLANNEL CAKES.
    • SALLY LUNN.
    • POTATO BREAD OR ROLLS.
    • MUSH MUFFINS.
    • RICE MUFFINS.
    • QUICK MUFFINS.
    • QUICK WAFFLES.
    • REMARKS ON MAKING INDIAN BREAD.
    • TO MAKE MUSH.
    • CORN BATTER CAKES.
    • JOURNEY CAKE.
    • LIGHTENED PONE.
    • INDIAN BREAKFAST CAKES.
    • POTATO CAKES.
    • TO MAKE PUFF PASTE.
    • ANOTHER VERY SUPERIOR PUFF PASTE.
    • VERY SUPERIOR MINCE PIES.
    • CURRANT PIES.
    • RHUBARB PIE.
    • BLACKBERRY PIE.
    • PEACH PIES.
    • FLORENDINES.
    • CREAM PUDDING.
    • INDIAN PUDDING.
    • RICE PUDDING.
    • COCOANUT PUDDING.
    • BREAD PUDDING.
    • POOR MAN’S PUDDING.
    • SAGO PUDDING.
    • TAPIOCA PUDDING.
    • ARROW ROOT PUDDING.
    • ORANGE PUDDING.
    • JERSEY RICE PUDDING.
    • SPONGE CAKE PUDDING.
    • MUNSEY PUDDING.
    • PEACH PUDDING.
    • PLUM PUDDING.
    • SWEET POTATO PUDDING.
    • PUMPKIN PUDDING.
    • LEMON PUDDING.
    • LEMON PUDDING ANOTHER WAY.
    • A FANCY DISH.
    • MERANG AUX POMME IN PASTE.
    • MERANG AUX POMME WITH CREAM.
    • SPONGE CAKE CUSTARD.
    • SWISS CUSTARD.
    • STRAWBERRY WHIPS.
    • A GOOD DESSERT.
    • APPLE DUMPLINGS.
    • PEACH DUMPLINGS.
    • FRUIT DUMPLINGS.
    • INDIAN MEAL FRITTERS.
    • APPLE FRITTERS.
    • PANCAKES.
    • A QUICK PUDDING.
    • BOILED MILK FRITTERS.
    • A BAKED FLOUR PUDDING.
    • A FARINA PUDDING.
    • CORN STARCH PUDDING.
    • MACARONI PUDDING.
    • VERMICELLI PUDDING.
    • RICE PUDDING.
    • ALMOND PUDDING.
    • A BOILED RICE PUDDING.
    • RICE FLOUR FRITTERS.
    • RICE MILK.
    • COLD CUSTARD.
    • TRIFLE.
    • WHIPS.
    • CARRAGEEN, OR IRISH MOSS.
    • FLOATING ISLAND.
    • GOOSEBERRY FOOL.
    • APPLE FLOAT.
    • ICED APPLES.
    • FREEZING CREAM.
    • ICE CREAM.
    • LEMON CREAM.
    • RASPBERRY CREAM.
    • COCOANUT CREAM.
    • ALMOND CREAM.
    • CHOCOLATE CREAM.
    • PEACH ICE.
    • FRENCH PUFFS.
    • JELLY PUFFS.
    • ICED CUSTARD WITH FRUIT.
    • APPLES AND RICE.
    • SPONGE CAKE IN THE FORM OF A HAM.
    • APPLE CHARLOTTE.
    • TO CLARIFY ISINGLASS.
    • TO CLARIFY SUGAR.
    • STRAWBERRY JELLY.
    • MADEIRA JELLY.
    • RASPBERRY CREAM.
    • CHOCOLATE CREAM.
    • PEACH CHEESE.
    • CALF’S FEET JELLY.
    • A HEN’S NEST.
    • CHARLOTTE RUSSE.
    • CHOCOLATE CUSTARD.
    • BOILED CUSTARD.
    • TRANSPARENT PUDDING.
    • A BOILED FLOUR PUDDING.
    • APPLE PUDDING.
    • A RICH CUSTARD PUDDING.
    • A BIRD’S NEST PUDDING.
    • GREEN CORN PUDDING.
    • A GOOD CUSTARD.
    • CAKES.
    • ICING FOR CAKES.
    • LIGHT GINGER-BREAD.
    • CRISP GINGER-BREAD.
    • GINGER-BREAD NUTS.
    • SHAVINGS.
    • SOFT MOLASSES GINGER-BREAD.
    • SPICED GINGER-BREAD.
    • A VERY GOOD GINGER-BREAD.
    • LEMON CAKE.
    • QUEEN CAKE.
    • ALMOND CAKE.
    • MACAROONS.
    • GOOD JUMBLES.
    • COMMON JUMBLES.
    • CRULLERS.
    • DOUGH NUTS.
    • MERANGUES.
    • COMPOSITION CAKE.
    • LOAF CAKE.
    • SEED CAKE.
    • JELLY CAKE.
    • SPONGE CAKE.
    • ANOTHER SPONGE CAKE.
    • LADY FINGERS.
    • ALBONNIE CAKE.
    • CUP CAKE.
    • KISSES.
    • RICE SPONGE CAKE.
    • WAFERS.
    • WHITE CAKE.
    • CAROLINA CAKE.
    • BUNNS.
    • SASSAFRAS CAKE.
    • WARWICK CAKE.
    • POUND CAKE.
    • PLUM OR FRUIT CAKE.
    • A VERY CHEAP CAKE.
    • RUSKS.
    • TO MAKE COCOA-NUT CAKE.
    • COCOA-NUT AND ALMOND CAKE.
    • LADY CAKE.
    • SMALL ALMOND CAKE.
    • DROP CAKE.
    • FEDERAL CAKE.
    • HARD GINGERBREAD.
    • BUTTER DROPS.
    • OHIO CAKES.
    • SUGAR CAKES.
    • ANOTHER COCOA-NUT CAKE.
    • NEW YORK COOKIES.
    • DIAMOND CAKES.
    • A SPANISH CAKE.
    • A. P. S.
    • SPANISH BUNNS.
    • SCOTCH CAKES.
    • A GOOD SMALL CAKE.
    • CREAM CAKE.
    • LEMON DROP CAKES.
    • ORNAMENTAL ICING FOR CAKES.
    • POTATO PUFFS.
    • SAVOY CAKES.
    • COCOA-NUT POUND CAKE.
    • ALMOND POUND CAKE.
    • EVERY DAY CAKE.
    • COMMON RUSK.
    • A VERY CHEAP AND GOOD CAKE.
    • HOME-MADE POUND CAKE.
    • A VERY GOOD HOME-MADE GINGER-BREAD.
    • CINNAMON CAKE.
    • PRESERVES.
    • TO PRESERVE CLING-STONE PEACHES.
    • TO PRESERVE PEACHES IN BRANDY.
    • PEACH MARMALADE.
    • QUINCES.
    • QUINCE JELLY.
    • QUINCE MARMALADE.
    • PEARS.
    • TO PRESERVE GREEN TOMATOES.
    • TO PRESERVE CITRON MELON.
    • SPICED PEACHES.
    • PLUMS.
    • BLACKBERRY FLUMMERY.
    • CURRANT JELLY.
    • APPLE JELLY.
    • GREEN GRAPE JELLY.
    • MORELLA CHERRIES OR CARNATION.
    • RASPBERRY JAM.
    • TO PRESERVE STRAWBERRIES.
    • MAGNUM BONUM PLUMS.
    • STRAWBERRY JAM.
    • PINE APPLES.
    • APRICOTS.
    • GREEN GAGE PLUMS.
    • WATER MELON RINDS.
    • PINE APPLE PRESERVES.
    • TO PRESERVE CRAB APPLES.
    • TO DRY PEACHES LIKE FIGS.
    • TO PRESERVE LIMES.
    • Pickles.
      • MANGOES.
      • TO PICKLE ONIONS.
      • TO PICKLE CUCUMBERS.
      • TO PICKLE NASTURTIONS.
      • TO PICKLE TOMATOES.
      • TO PICKLE PEPPERS.
      • TO PICKLE BUTTER NUTS.
      • TO PICKLE MUSHROOMS.
      • TO PICKLE GREEN TOMATOES.
      • PICCALILLE.
      • CAULIFLOWER.
      • TO PICKLE RED CABBAGE.
      • TOMATO CATSUP.
      • MUSHROOM CATSUP.
      • WALNUT CATSUP.
      • ELDER-BERRY WINE.
      • WILD-CHERRY BRANDY.
      • BLACK-BERRY CORDIAL.
      • ROSE BRANDY.
      • ORGEAT.
      • TO KEEP LEMON JUICE.
      • COLOGNE.
      • CURRANT SHRUB.
      • RASPBERRY VINEGAR.
      • BLACK-BERRY CORDIAL, ANOTHER.
      • CHERRY SHRUB.
      • TO MAKE CHERRY BRANDY.
      • SPRUCE BEER.
      • MEAD.
    • MANGOES.
    • TO PICKLE ONIONS.
    • TO PICKLE CUCUMBERS.
    • TO PICKLE NASTURTIONS.
    • TO PICKLE TOMATOES.
    • TO PICKLE PEPPERS.
    • TO PICKLE BUTTER NUTS.
    • TO PICKLE MUSHROOMS.
    • TO PICKLE GREEN TOMATOES.
    • PICCALILLE.
    • CAULIFLOWER.
    • TO PICKLE RED CABBAGE.
    • TOMATO CATSUP.
    • MUSHROOM CATSUP.
    • WALNUT CATSUP.
    • ELDER-BERRY WINE.
    • WILD-CHERRY BRANDY.
    • BLACK-BERRY CORDIAL.
    • ROSE BRANDY.
    • ORGEAT.
    • TO KEEP LEMON JUICE.
    • COLOGNE.
    • CURRANT SHRUB.
    • RASPBERRY VINEGAR.
    • BLACK-BERRY CORDIAL, ANOTHER.
    • CHERRY SHRUB.
    • TO MAKE CHERRY BRANDY.
    • SPRUCE BEER.
    • MEAD.
    • Soup.
      • CALF’S HEAD SOUP.
      • CALF’S HEAD SOUP ANOTHER WAY.
      • CALF’S HEAD SOUP ANOTHER WAY.
      • TURTLE SOUP.
      • EGG SOUP.
      • CLAM SOUP.
      • OYSTER SOUP.
      • SOUP FOR THE SICK.
      • TERRAPINS.
      • ROMAN PUNCH.
      • APPLE TODDY.
      • TO MAKE A VEAL POT-PIE.
      • GUINEA FOWL.
      • SUCCOTASH.
      • POTTED SHAD.
      • TO MAKE STOCK FOR SOUPS AND GRAVY.
      • TO STEW SWEET-BREADS.
      • TO ROAST SWEET-BREADS.
      • TO HASH MUTTON.
      • SUGAR DROPS.
      • CURRANT CAKE.
      • ANOTHER SPONGE CAKE.
      • PIGNOLATTIS.
      • COCOA-NUT CAKE, No. 4.
      • COTTAGE PUDDING.
      • APPLES IN JELLY.
      • SYLLABUB.
      • A DISH OF SNOW.
      • CHEESE CAKE.
      • ALMOND CHEESE CAKE.
      • TO PRESERVE LEMON PEEL.
      • TO COOK CHEESE AND EGGS.
      • TO PICKLE CUCUMBERS.
      • TO MAKE MOLASSES CANDY.
      • TO MAKE CANDY WITH THE KERNELS OF NUTS.
      • JELLY.
      • CARRAGEEN, OR IRISH MOSS JELLY FOR THE SICK.
      • OINTMENT FOR MORTIFICATION.
      • ELDER-BERRY JAM.
      • BLACK CURRANT JELLY.
      • TO PRESERVE ORANGE PEEL.
      • SCOTCH CAKE.
      • HARD GINGER BREAD.
      • GINGER JUMBLES.
      • SPICE NUTS.
      • QUAKER CAKE.
      • A. P. S.
      • DOVER CAKE.
    • CALF’S HEAD SOUP.
    • CALF’S HEAD SOUP ANOTHER WAY.
    • CALF’S HEAD SOUP ANOTHER WAY.
    • TURTLE SOUP.
    • EGG SOUP.
    • CLAM SOUP.
    • OYSTER SOUP.
    • SOUP FOR THE SICK.
    • TERRAPINS.
    • ROMAN PUNCH.
    • APPLE TODDY.
    • TO MAKE A VEAL POT-PIE.
    • GUINEA FOWL.
    • SUCCOTASH.
    • POTTED SHAD.
    • TO MAKE STOCK FOR SOUPS AND GRAVY.
    • TO STEW SWEET-BREADS.
    • TO ROAST SWEET-BREADS.
    • TO HASH MUTTON.
    • SUGAR DROPS.
    • CURRANT CAKE.
    • ANOTHER SPONGE CAKE.
    • PIGNOLATTIS.
    • COCOA-NUT CAKE, No. 4.
    • COTTAGE PUDDING.
    • APPLES IN JELLY.
    • SYLLABUB.
    • A DISH OF SNOW.
    • CHEESE CAKE.
    • ALMOND CHEESE CAKE.
    • TO PRESERVE LEMON PEEL.
    • TO COOK CHEESE AND EGGS.
    • TO PICKLE CUCUMBERS.
    • TO MAKE MOLASSES CANDY.
    • TO MAKE CANDY WITH THE KERNELS OF NUTS.
    • JELLY.
    • CARRAGEEN, OR IRISH MOSS JELLY FOR THE SICK.
    • OINTMENT FOR MORTIFICATION.
    • ELDER-BERRY JAM.
    • BLACK CURRANT JELLY.
    • TO PRESERVE ORANGE PEEL.
    • SCOTCH CAKE.
    • HARD GINGER BREAD.
    • GINGER JUMBLES.
    • SPICE NUTS.
    • QUAKER CAKE.
    • A. P. S.
    • DOVER CAKE.
    • Articles of Diet for the Sick.
      • BARLEY WATER.
      • OATMEAL GRUEL.
      • CORN MEAL GRUEL.
      • ARROW ROOT.
      • WINE WHEY.
      • RICE GRUEL.
      • TAMARIND WATER.
      • CREAM OF TARTAR PUNCH.
      • LEMONADE.
      • VEGETABLE SOUP.
      • TOAST WATER.
      • SAGO.
      • CARRAGEEN MOSS.
      • CRACKER JELLY.
      • BEEF TEA.
      • BEEF TEA.
      • BALM TEA.
      • CHICKEN TEA.
      • MILK TOAST.
      • TO KEEP FLOWERS FOR A LONG TIME.
      • TO KEEP FURS FROM MOTHS.
      • TO WASH FLANNELS.
      • TO WASH WINDOWS.
      • TO WASH BOTTLES BELONGING TO THE CASTOR.
      • TO WASH CALICOES.
      • TO GATHER GARDEN HERBS.
      • FOR A COUGH.
      • FOR A SORE THROAT OR MOUTH.
      • FOR THE STING OF A BEE OR WASP.
      • FOR POISON.
      • FOR BURNS.
      • TO PICK DUCKS AND GEESE.
      • TO TAKE INK STAINS OUT OF LINEN.
      • TO CLEAN CARPETS.
      • TO TAKE GREASE SPOTS OUT OF SILK OR WOOLLEN.
      • TO CLEAN KNIVES AND FORKS.
      • TO CLEAN BRASS AND COPPER UTENSILS.
      • TO CLEAN BRITANNIA.
      • TO CLEAN STOVES.
      • TO PRESERVE CORN FOR WINTER USE.
      • TO PRESERVE GRAPES.
    • BARLEY WATER.
    • OATMEAL GRUEL.
    • CORN MEAL GRUEL.
    • ARROW ROOT.
    • WINE WHEY.
    • RICE GRUEL.
    • TAMARIND WATER.
    • CREAM OF TARTAR PUNCH.
    • LEMONADE.
    • VEGETABLE SOUP.
    • TOAST WATER.
    • SAGO.
    • CARRAGEEN MOSS.
    • CRACKER JELLY.
    • BEEF TEA.
    • BEEF TEA.
    • BALM TEA.
    • CHICKEN TEA.
    • MILK TOAST.
    • TO KEEP FLOWERS FOR A LONG TIME.
    • TO KEEP FURS FROM MOTHS.
    • TO WASH FLANNELS.
    • TO WASH WINDOWS.
    • TO WASH BOTTLES BELONGING TO THE CASTOR.
    • TO WASH CALICOES.
    • TO GATHER GARDEN HERBS.
    • FOR A COUGH.
    • FOR A SORE THROAT OR MOUTH.
    • FOR THE STING OF A BEE OR WASP.
    • FOR POISON.
    • FOR BURNS.
    • TO PICK DUCKS AND GEESE.
    • TO TAKE INK STAINS OUT OF LINEN.
    • TO CLEAN CARPETS.
    • TO TAKE GREASE SPOTS OUT OF SILK OR WOOLLEN.
    • TO CLEAN KNIVES AND FORKS.
    • TO CLEAN BRASS AND COPPER UTENSILS.
    • TO CLEAN BRITANNIA.
    • TO CLEAN STOVES.
    • TO PRESERVE CORN FOR WINTER USE.
    • TO PRESERVE GRAPES.
    • INDEX.
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