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Recipes for Canned Fruits and Jellies

CANNED FRUIT AND JELLIES. “Will’t please your honor, taste of these conserves?”                                                         –Shakespeare CANNED FRUIT IN GENERAL.  MRS. F. E. BLAKE. For peaches, for instance, set on the stove a kettle of coldwater–just enough so the can will not tip Read More

Recipes for Pickles

PICKLES. “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.”                                                       –MOTHER GOOSE. FOR SIX HUNDRED PICKLES.  MRS. M. E. WRIGHT. Make a brine of cold water and salt strong enough to bear up an egg;heat boiling hot, and pour over pickles; Read More

Recipes for Cakes

CAKES. “With weights and measures just and true,Oven of even heat,Well buttered tins and quiet nerves,Success will be complete.” In making cake, the ingredients used should be of the bestquality–the flour super-fine, and always sifted; the butter fresh andsweet, and Read More

Recipes for Pies

PIES. “Who dare deny the truth, there’s poetry in pie?”                                                         –Longfellow.There are plenty of women capable of choosing good husbands (or, ifnot good when chosen, of making them good); yet these same women maybe ignorant on the subject of making Read More

Recipes for Fancy Puddings

PUDDINGS “The proof of the pudding lies in the eating.” APPLE PUDDING.  MRS. G. H. WRIGHT. Six good-sized apples, stewed and well beaten; six eggs, beatenseparately; one pint of sweet cream; sweeten and flavor to taste.Bake with an under crust.  Read More

Recipes for Soups

The best soups are made with a blending of many flavors.  Don’t beafraid of experimenting with them.  Where you make one mistake youwill be surprised to find the number of successful varieties you canproduce.  If you like a spicy flavor, Read More