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Cream Tomato Soup
Take one dozen ripe tomatoes or one can of tomatoes: put on to cook in one quart of water.
When thoroughly cooked strain and add one pint of milk or cream, a lump of butter the size of an egg, salt to taste, a very little thickening of flour and one half teaspoon of soda.
~Mrs. Emma Cooley~ [From "The Hungry Man's Corner", The Daily Sentinel - September 29, 1896]
1/2 cup sugar
1~1/2 cup maple syrup
1 cup sour milk
2 cups graham flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon cloves
1 heaping teaspoon soda
1/4 of a small nutmeg
1 cup raisins and a little salt.
Steam two hours and serve with any kind of pudding sauce
~Mrs. D.B Beers~ [From "The Hungry Man's Corner", The Daily Sentinel - September 29, 1896]
1 cup sugar,
the yolk of 1 egg
1 large tablespoon of flour
1 cup water, grated rind
juice of one lemon
a little butter.
Put on the stove in a double boiler and let it cook until it is as thick as a custard. Beat the white of the egg stiff and add
2-3 cups of sugar and spread on the top. Brown in the oven.
Crust should be baked separately.
~Mrs. A. Comstock~ [From "The Hungry Man's Corner", The Daily Sentinel - September 29, 1896]
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