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Image from page 352 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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CIPES 237 space between the pieces; let cookabout half an hour or until tender.Skim from the fat to soft paper, dredgelightly with salt and serve at once.The fat will bubble during the cooking,but the squash will absorb no fat. Squash Biscuit Scald one cup and a half of milk;soften half a cake of compressed yeastin the half cup of milk, cooled to alukewarm temperature. To the cupof milk add a cup of cooked-and-strained squash, half a cup of sugar,one teaspoonful of salt, one-fourth a thick; cut into rounds, and whendoubled in bulk bake about twenty-five minutes. When nearly bakedbrush the top of the biscuits withcornstarch paste, dredge with granu-lated sugar and return to the oven.The recipe will make about two dozenbiscuits. These are of soft, creamytexture and a golden color. They arerecommended for a change. To makethe paste, dilute two teaspoonfuls ofcornstarch with a little cold water,then pour on nearly a cup of boilingwater and stir until boiling. Letsimmer until ready to use.

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Plum Pudding, St. George. Hard and Liquid Sauces cup of melted shortening, the milk inwhich the yeast was mixed, and enoughbread flour to make a soft dough. Itwill take about five cups of flour.Knead the dough until smooth andelastic, adding as little flour as possible.Cover and let stand in a temperatureof about 60° Fah. till morning. If thedough be set to rise in a temperatureof about 70° Fah., and this temperaturebe retained for two or three hours, noharm will come to the dough if, lateron, the thermometer goes down to50° Fah. In the morning turn thedough upside down onto a boardlightly dredged with flour, and rollinto a sheet three-fourths an inch Plum Pudding, St. George Chop fine half a pound of kidneysuet (beef); add half a pound of seededraisins, one-fourth a pound of cleanedcurrants, one-fourth a pound of figs,cut in thin slices; one-fourth a poundof blanched almonds, chopped fine;half a pound of sugar, mixed with oneteaspoonful, each, of salt, cinnamonand mace, and half a

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