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Chicken Liver Omelette

Omelette with Chicken Livers Separate the whites and yolks of six eggs. Chill the whites. Boil three chicken livers until tender, (reserve liquid). Cut them in pieces about half an inch long; brown one tablespoonful of butter and one of flour, add half a cupful of the liquor in which the livers were boiled and […]

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Frozen Coffee Parfait

CAFE PARFAIT One pint of cream one cupful of cold coffee three fourths of a cupful of sugar one tablespoonful of vanilla Whip the cream quite stiff, add gradually the cup of coffee, then the sugar and vanilla, beating with an egg beater all the ingredients thoroughly together. Prepare your ice cream freezer as you […]

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Applesauce Shortcake Stacks

80/87111110 GOOD FOR TEA. NEW things are not always the freshest nor the most novel. and everybody knows they are not by any means invariably the best. It is a good plan to heed the Scriptural counsel to “prove all things and hold fast that which is good, but the latter part of the injunction […]

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Calves Feet Jelly

“FRESH CALVES FEET JELLY. Scald, take off the hair, and wash very clean four feet ; put them into a saucepan with two quarts of cold water, and when it comes to a boil let them simmer for six or seven hours; take out the feet, and strain the liquor into a deep dish. The […]

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Cherry Layer Cake, vintage receipt

From Miss A Nichols Allegan, Mich Cherry Layer Cake 2 cups of flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 tablespoon butter pinch of salt 1 cup canned cherries without the juice [reserve juice for frosting] 2 eggs 2/3 cup water Bake in layers Icing: 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup water cup 1/2 cup cherry juice boil […]

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