some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

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some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby wargarden » August 31st, 2019, 1:39 am

Lemon Dumplings: Half a pound of bread crumbs, half a pound or finely chopped suet
, a quarter of a pound dried flour, the rind and the juice of one lemon, and two eggs.
Mix all together well, form Into dumplings, tie in cloths and boil two hours.

Galettes: Sift one pound of flour, rub Into It a quarter of a pound of butter.
Beat three eggs with two-thirds of a cupful of granulated sugar. add half A
cupful of milk and half a teaspoonful of salt. Work all these ingredients
together Into a smooth paste. Roll it out half an inch in thickness, cut out
with a three-inch cutter and place in a greased shallow pan. Beat one egg
Into a tablespoonful of sugar and a tablespoonful of milk. brush the galettes
with this, prick them with a fork, and bake in a fairly quick oven for about
10 minutes. Raisins or currants may be added to the flour.

Parsnip Stew. Fry two or three slices of fat salt pork in the bottom of the
kettle until the fat is all fried out; then take out the pork and put in the
potatoes and parsnips Cut in slices, using one-third parsnips and two-thirds
potatoes. Add water and season with butter and salt. Add considerable pepper.
Boll half an hour : or until vegetables are tender.

Liver and Eggs. Parboil a pound of liver and chop fine. Heat a half pint of soup
stock and cook together in a frying pan a tablespoonful of butter and one of
browned flour. On this pour the hot soup stock, add liver and stir until smoking
hot. Season with a teaspoonful of tomato catsup, a teaspoonful of onion Juice,
salt and pepper. Have ready slices of toast on a heated platter, pour the hot
liver mixture over these; put a poached egg in the center of each slice of liver
, toast, and serve.
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Re: some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby earthmaiden » August 31st, 2019, 5:54 am

Pork and parsnips would be my nightmare meal :sprout: :lol:
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Re: some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby Seatallan » August 31st, 2019, 9:58 am

I sometimes make a parsnip & black pudding thing (think it was a Nigel Slater recipe originally) and it's jolly tasty... :D
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Re: some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby liketocook » August 31st, 2019, 10:14 am

Seatallan wrote:I sometimes make a parsnip & black pudding thing (think it was a Nigel Slater recipe originally) and it's jolly tasty... :D

Is it this one Sea https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyl ... k.shopping ? I make that one and it's blooming lovely :chops:

ETA - my Gran used to make a version of "Liver and Egg" with leftover liver & bacon chopped finely and added to leftover gravy served on top of mash and topped with fried onions and a poached or fried egg. It was tasty. My Papa used add a few drops of Tabasco to his.
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Re: some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby Seatallan » August 31st, 2019, 2:28 pm

Yes, that's the one LTC! Must do it again soon. Mr S is very partial to it and it's a real autumnal dish. :hungry:
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Re: some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby liketocook » August 31st, 2019, 5:50 pm

Seatallan wrote:Yes, that's the one LTC! Must do it again soon. Mr S is very partial to it and it's a real autumnal dish. :hungry:


:tu: yes it's a combination that works really well :)
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Re: some old recipes from 1911 Ohio.

Postby Herbidacious » September 2nd, 2019, 9:43 am

Lemon dumplings... I had strawberry soup as a starter in Hungary with dumplings. Lemon ones could work well. Hmm even better is raspberry soup? Just need a recipe for the soup... (and adapt the dumplings for a vegetarian diet.)
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