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A Little Cook Book For A Little Girl

Auhtor: French Benton

Language: english
Published: 1905

Genres:

cooking,  young readers
Downloads: 105
eBook size: 288Kb

Review by Michael Gallagher, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Little Cook Book For A Little Girl':

A Little Cook Book For A Little Girl by French Benton. A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl by French Benton

Excerpts from the Book 'A Little Cook Book For A Little Girl':


... asparagus a cup of cream sauce. Or do not put it on toast, but pour melted butter over the tips after it is on the platter. To make it delicious, mix ...
... Margaret's mother got this rule in Paris, and she though it a very nice one. After the soup, meat, and vegetables at dinner came the salad for ...
... Lemon Jelly 1/2 box gelatine. 1/2 cup cold water. 2 cups boiling water. 1 cup sugar. Juice of three lemons, and three scrapings of the yellow ...
... a half-cup of butter with a fork till both are light and creamy. Flavor with a teaspoonful of vanilla and put on the ice to harden. Foamy Sauce ...
... Rub the butter and sugar to a cream. Beat the yolk of the egg stiff and put that in then add part of the milk and water, and part of the flour ...
... with no lumps of butter showing anywhere. Put it on a plate and lay it in the ice-chest for at least an hour before you use it. Pie-crust will ...
... best kind of pie. Peach Pie Line a pie-plate with crust, lay in the peaches, peeled and sliced, sprinkle with flour, and then cover with ...
... frocks and burned her fingers till she just had to cry. One day she went to her grandmother and her mother and her Pretty Aunt and her Other ...
... a last course instead, and every one liked them very much. Rice Croquettes 1 cup of milk. Yolk of one egg. 1/4 cup of rice. 1 large tablespoonful ...
... of white sauce, as before: one tablespoonful of butter, melted, one of flour, one cup of hot milk, a little salt cook till smooth. Peel the eggs ...
... Cut the green pepper in half and take out all the seeds mix with the tomato, and cook all together with the seasoning for five minutes. Make an omelette ...
... cup of cold water. 1 tablespoonful of butter. 1 teaspoonful of finely minced onion. 1/2 teaspoonful of salt. 3 shakes of pepper. Mix all together. ...
... Trim off the edges, butter a little quickly, and send to the table hot. Baker's bread makes the best toast. Milk Toast Put one ...
... Get one of the pots which are made so the coffee will drip through put three tablespoonfuls of very finely powdered coffee in this, and pour ...
... in it, beat it up well, and stand it on the back of the stove. Then mix all the other things with the meat, and put it in the frying-pan and let it ...
... tin, and when cold put on ice over night. After it has stood for an hour, put a weight on it, to make it firm. Slice with a very sharp knife, and ...
... and cut the celery into pieces as large as the first joint of your little finger, and then rub it in a clean towel till it is as dry as can be. ...
... Wipe green peppers and cut off the small end of each. Take out the seed and the stem fill each pepper with the cabbage salad, letting it stand out ...
... milk and thicken as usual put in the clams and juice, cook for one minute, and strain. Notice that there is no salt in this soup. A cup of cream, ...
... drop in the oysters and cook one minute, or till the edges begin to curl, and it is done. This soup is not thickened at all but if you like you may ...