1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor

1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor

1885 Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery House Home Architecture Design Decor
Note: Many of my clients are scholars and researchers seeking specific information related to their field of interest. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Subject Matter Discussed/Illustrated in this Book (Partial Only, See Full Contents Below): Antique Victorian Cookbook Cookery Vintage Recipes House Home Household Domestic Economy Management Architecture Building Construction Guide Interior Design Decoration D├ęcor Furnishing Home-Making Style Daily Life Old-fashioned 19th-century Amusements Games Hobbies Lawn Sports Children Parents Servants Ladies Tennis Archery Croquet Skating Roller-Skating Swimming Library Books Art Health Remedies Home Helps Hints Beauty Toilet Pets Dogs Kitchen Cooking Recipes Soups Shellfish Pudding Meat Poultry Sauces Gravy Vegetables Eggs Salad Pies Creams Jellies Puddings Preserving Pickles Catsups Breads Breakfast Milk Cheese Butter Dairy Social Forms and Etiquette. THE HEARTHSTONE, Or, Life At Home. Containing Hints and Helps for Home Making; Home Furnishing; Decorations; Amusements; Health Directions; The Sick Room; The Nursery; The Library; The Laundry, Etc. Together With a Complete Cookery Book. Published in 1885 by Smith & Miller, Chicago. 9 x 6 decorated cloth hardcover. Illustrated with full-page engravings and text illustrations. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. Pleasing exterior as shown in photo. Good binding (front inner hinge slightly cracked, otherwise firm). Text is clean and complete. No torn, loose or missing pages. This is THE HEARTHSTONE, a 134-year-old practical and philosophical guide to Victorian domesticity. This beautiful book was published as a home advisor complete with a cookery section featuring more than 450 recipes, and detailed instructions for household decoration and daily life. THE HEARTHSTONE treats all subjects related to the proper management of a Victorian home, everything from Victorian house design to interior decoration of the rooms. It offers practical instruction and advice on the correct methods of raising a Victorian family household economy, child-rearing, proper occupations for men and women, administering to the sick, cooking, even the training and discipline of domestic servants. It also describes at great length suitable hobbies and sports for respectable Victorian women, including gardening and other dainty pursuits, along with lawn sports such as croquet, tennis and archery, and more. This book explains not only the how of Victorian pursuits, but also the why. The authors objective is to help the reader make a home as attractive, comfortable and productive as possible. Remember, this book was published during the age of industry, when the concept of work was placed on equal footing with pleasure. Amid all the practical information, you will also find a great deal of Victorian sentimentality. The author regarded the home as a sacred institution indeed, she refers to the family hearthstone as the altar-hearth of home and frequently invokes Howard Paynes period melody, Home, Sweet Home. Home is a talisman, she writes, and we whisper the word in our own hearts and wear the thought of it about us like a charm or amulet. Thus, in addition to historic perspectives on the concept of home, the book also contains longing reminiscences of evenings by the fire, visits to Grandfathers farm, and time spent at mothers knee — the kind of romanticism that made Currier and Ives very rich men. Its the complete Victorian experience. Loads of advice and instruction, enlightened by a practical sense and a parlor sensibility. In order to give you the most accurate description of this Victorian volume, I have provided some helpful details below. First, a concise and thorough summary of the books contents — including a summary of the more than 450 recipes featured in the Cookery section — followed by a generous sampling of the beautiful illustrations which adorn these pages. I hope youll take a few moments to have a look. Chapter Three The Baby in the Home: Reflections of the father His misgivings A familiar domestic scene The mothers meditations A miniature of all biography Entertaining an angel unawares Why? Precocious and gifted children Where parents live again A curious incident Multitudinous reflections Thomas Starr Kings death bed A spiritualistic theory The patterns of things in heaven Parents who transmitted their life work Darwin and Herbert Spencer as intellectual heirs Parental responsibility A mere child A study of a baby Samuel Johnsons advice The parents hand Hartley Coleridges childhood His brothers account of it Henry Crabb Robinsons diary Precocity of Coleridge Odes to him by his father, and by Wordsworth His character and fate A strange combination of qualities The slaves of the opium habit The inheritor of his fathers sins An opium-eating father A dram-drnking son The fatal transmission of appetites A bright career blighted Expelled from Englands oldest university A hopeless drunkard A lesson to fathers The unwritten page of a childs life A mistaken idea Pharaohs daughter The child not to vegetate, but to live An old proverb should be verified Home influences the government of temper The baby at the home-school Itself a teacher Its chief lessons The fathers second birth The quickness of childrens mental and moral perceptions The language of heavey What science teaches The heart language pf the baby in the home. Chapter Four Upstairs, Downstairs, in My Ladys Chamber: The servant question A universal cry Conversations heard in homes Characters given to servants Goodness! The consternation of a housemaid The fate of a blue velvet mantilla Reminiscences of Matilda Pancake and Lucretia Muffins The thieving cook The other side Servants grievances The proper example wanted Ones self-respect and that of others Faithful servants the worlds salvation The doing of honest work The ideas that foreign domestics bring with them The faithful old servant Joseph a typical servant Dethronement of reason Peculiarities of servants Left as well as right hands Horrible moments The habit of humming What causes animosity Times that try mistresses souls An old Scotch proverb Some servants The good servant a masterpiece of Christian civilization Her position next that of teacher Biographies of old servants Training schools Butter-fingered girls A forgetful cook, and how cured The hand of the servant, and what it does with the machinery of home. Chapter Five Sports and Games for Ladies: Sports and games in the United States Outdoor exercises for women An increasing demand for them The list of out-door sports Descriptions of each Lawn-tennis and how played Essentially a field sport for ladies The best for enjoyable outdoor exercise Playing tennis Archery Recreations of the archery field How to learn it Exercise that develops the chest muscles Shooting at a target The trials of a novice How to take aim Rules for holding the bow and arrow Croquet A telltale game Test of fine manners Croquet unlike other games Not played according to set rules Why the game lost popularity The place where croquet is played best Experts at play A great courting and flirting game The points of difference in the game A peculiarity of croquet Three ways of arranging croquet hoops Diagrams Dimensions of grounds Terms used in croquet Calisthenics An exercise necessary for girls The objection to the majority of games A special benefit derived from systematic exercise Calisthenics not necessary for one class of girls The costume for calisthenics Skating The most graceful of sports The sociability of a popular skating lake Advantages to health Why girls should skate The essentials for the full enjoyment of skating Confidence essential in skating The first lesson The sensation of standing on an edge To balance ones self The fundamental basis of all efforts on skates The fear that causes a fall Lean on the outer edge Fancy skating A pretty sight Skating on rollers The difference in the two methods What can be done on roller skates Walking A neglected exercise How to become a good walker The difference between city promenading and walking The kind of shoes to wear A ten mile morning constitutional Ladies walking parties What women are capable of in the way of walking English country ladies Locomotion of the city belle Something to be ashamed of Certain sanitary rules about walking Walking a natural acquirement The benefits derived from walking Care of the feet essential Frequent change of shoes necessary A pedestrians advice Where and how long walks should be taken Haste to be avoided Something not to be forgotten Bathing and swimming The art of swimming a valuable essential to good health Increasing popularity of swimming Rules for healthy sea-bathing When to bathe When not to do so When to leave the water Cramps How to swim Presence of mind the chief requisite How animals swim The Indians natural swimmers When the art is an impossible one to attain The motion of the limbs in swimming How to act under a painful circumstance The editor of the London Truth The philosophy of breathing, the true secret to learning to swim Rowing The chances of accidents No girl should go out alone unless a swimmer The action of dipping, pulling and lifting the oar Make haste slowly Feathering the oar The muscles of the wrist Chess A scientific indoor recreation An easy game to learn A mental rest, not a mathematical study Books of instructions Their characteristics Nerve and strategic skill required, not a book of knowledge Chess analysis Hints to beginners Directions. Chapter Six The Library in the Home: The completeness of home life The thing wanting in homes St Paul an intellectual architect A heathen philosphers amazement Unfinished characters A want in most homes The effect of flowers The color cure In what life consists Platos teachings Tastes in bookis The Bishop of Winchesters opinions Book-borrowers A vulgar habit Some annotators An intellectual small pox Scribblers and note takers A good plan The beginnings of a library General culture versus special knowledge Dickens and Thackeray Some other authors Archbishop Trenchs opinion A guiding principle Different mental foods Poetry Its rank and influence Indiscriminate reading Charles Kingsley Early skepticism Destructive influences Wordsworths excursion What poetry is Two studies Shakespeares and Miltons lives What is invaluable in a library Some good essays What boys like Bulwer Lyttons advice Dickens child history Mrs Barbaulds poem General Wolfes declaration Thomas Edward The Scotch naturalist The books one should read A good motto. Chapter Seven Choice of Occupation: Doing nothing The effect of continued idleness Overworked people Gods nobleman An important act Mistakes of fathers The case of the minister The unhappy man A great minister Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci A rolling stone Pleasure in work The efforts of children The well done Mistakes in choosing work A typical picture A stalwart cook Girls without talent A chance for genius What some men would make The father of the man Some great men Benjamin Franklin as a boy Force of character Know thyself Why Solomon doubted Cooperation Sowing and reaping Every mans duty The night cometh A noble ambition Good old Bible words. Chapter Nine The Physician in the Home: Knowledge of medicine Fits and starts in health-taking Doctors and medicines are luxuries Like unto the curfew bell The village doctor The ideal parish Cheer but not inebriate The cemetery of Healthytown The old parson Farmer Freshtwig The stories of the doctor and the undertaker Wash and be clean A result of unnatural training Too tired to be clean The greatest preservatives of health A fact established How to take a bath Cold feet Chewing and bolting food A fruitful case of dyspepsia What to keep in the house Exercise A folly Where stimulants are useful Fresh air opponents A deceitful prophet A disagreeable mission Ugly mouths Teeth from the dentist Pomatum and bears grease Lastly, gentle reader. Chapter Ten Medicinal and Hygienic Recipes: Bruises Cramps Headaches Lumbago Measles Diarrhea Poison Stings Toothache Whooping cough Bronchitis Erysipelas Jaundice How to give chloroform Evil effects of ice water Cold tea To purify rooms after sickness How to make pepsin A powerful antidote How to treat a cold Sick stomach Soda for burns Acid burns Insects in the ear The night air superstition Advice to dyspeptics Alcohol and dyspepsia Disinfectants Mental headache Sprained ankle Inflamed eyes Early rising Preventive against sea sickness In drowning cases The airing of beds Advise with reason Various remedies Sleep Perfect ventilation Household diet Ventilation of cellars Cure for earache The prevention of sunstroke Worth knowing and remembering Cure for a felon Sticking plaster Diptheria and sore throat Stiffness and aching limbs The lemon Fasting Neuralgia and sciatica Catarrh Coughing Croup Other remedies. Chapter Eleven Economy in the Home: The dollar saved Mistaken ideas The pennywise and pound foolish Unwise acts Not an easy habit to acquire The rainy day Pride which shrinks Ten cents a day The constant droppings A suggestitve table Rothschilds income The foundation principle in economy Ones health and generous living Utilizing remainders Clothing the body Bargaining housekeepers Poor Moses in The Vicar of Wakefield. Chapter Twelve Life At Home: The first sure symptoms of a mind in health The disturbing element The undoing of peace and happiness The deadly nightshade The unsafe element Abnormal tendencies The secret of a happy home The Jacobs and Esaus The Cinderella in the home The innate narrowness of parents Unkindness to children Petting and spoiling Pigmy lords A miniature republic The sensitive spot Diversities of gifts in children Memories of birthdays Rebekah a bad mother The dead baby A piteous spectacle Love sweetens everything The reformation that makes the real home. Chapter Thirteen Household Ornamentation: Antimacassars Work-baskets Aprons Wall-baskets Silk curtain bands Perfume sachets How to crystallize grasses How to press flowers Hanging baskets Design for screens The hanging of pictures The question of fireboards The ubiquitous Japanese fan Sachets Economical mats Velvet painting Covers for tables and chairs Pin cushions and carriage rugs Pretty tidies To use ferns The place for thermometers Case for overshoes Salad oil bottles for vases Curtains Waste paper baskets Easels Watch and jewelry cases Dados of colored matting Zephyr balls The Kensington work A pretty mat Skeleton leaves Tapestry work Basil leather work Cabinets Cheap materials for portieres Seaweed Cut work A coverlet wrought by Mary, Queen of Scots The Kensington stitch Sewing buttons on How to make netting Fire place curtains Pen wipers and scrap bags Ottoman and chair covers Lace albums Pretty contrivances for bed-rooms Boxes and trunks. Chapter Fourteen Floriculture and Horticulture: The taste for the beautiful The influence of flowers The wilderness to blossom A beauty which Solomon saw The love of flowers Matthew Arnolds expression As aids to memory Ophelias emblems of the feelings of the heart The sweet gardening toil There, there are no flowers The garden of Eden Nothing but leaves General directions for flower growing Roses Their training and their enemies A window plants Watering window plants and window gardening Geraniums How to preserve flowers in sand Repotting plants The Catalonian Jessamine A water bouquet A flower bed Seasonable hints Plants at rest Flower-raising English ivy To keep cut flowers fresh Tuberoses Fancy fern pans Fuchsias How to set grafts The cause of buds blasting To grow hyacinths in water and in moss Propagating plants Begonias Camellia japonica Preserving autumn leaves Rockeries and grottoes The preservation of bouquets To transplant mignonette Planting flower seeds Training tomato plants How the Japanese restore faded flowers Hyacinths Tulips. Chapter Fifteen The Laundry: A restful sight To wash well Some hints to housekeepers Soaking clothes over night Washing directions Washing and bleaching flannels Sprinkling clothes Colored wool fabrics To wash black goods Light colored cashmeres Removing spots How to wash blankets, light colored calicoes, delicate muslins, cambrics, silk handkerchiefs and stockings, white cashmeres and lace curtains The virtues of borax To remove mildew To do up and renovate black silk Putting away clothes How to remove stains from linen Various recipes Cleaning cloth garments Removing fruit stains How to bleach cotton Some recipes for dyeing How to revive kid gloves Bleaching process Starch The care of towels Stains, etc. Chapter Sixteen The Toilet: A trite old saying The beauty worthy a name A tell tale feature A good complexion Madame Recamier Her strongest point A cosmetic for the face To be handsome To remove wrinkles Directions for painting wrinkles out of the face A nice preparation for chapped hands A harmless cosmetic To disperse freckles A pleasant perfume Buttermilk as a cosmetic Toilet soap A good method for removing superfluous hair To remove fleshworms How to crimp hair A mouthwash Preservation of the teeth Some bad habits How to remove pimples Care of the hands How to clear the complexion To reduce the flesh A harmless dye. Chapter Seventeen Company in the Home: The choice of friends What true friendship is Two proverbs Charles Kingsleys saying Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Constant familiarity Popes lines With whom not to be intimate Dr Johnson and his Boswell The reminiscences of silent hours Our neighbors A French exile and Napoleon the Third The household a sheepfold Scabby and healthful sheep Avoid bad company Mischief-making persons Home-rulers Tittle tattle Gossips Hackneyed expressions The tragic and melodramatic incidents in the village circle The tell-tale Victims and critics The enemies of peaceful homes Untimely and unprofitable visitors The distinguishing trait of home-life Altered manners of friends Malevolent people A rack of self torture Miss Tattle Mr Teller Underground misunderstandings Dr Griswold and Thackeray Do I look like a snob? The natural curiosity of the idle Strong measures against gossips Busy people Mr Fuss and Miss Feathers An untimely visit Self-protection A compliment worth having To make friends is to be friendly The voice a tremendous force Casting pearls before swine When company is oppressive Home should not be a tavern or a club The old proverb A home where pleasant people gather. Chapter Eighteen Home Memories: The earliest scenes Cowpers description of his mothers picture The Madonna The dearest of all memories Dear kindly faces The nurses arms Her influence on the home Familiar objects The preserve-closet and the smacking of lips The garden and the garden gate Memories of sisters and brothers Carlos bark and Dobbins trot In the twilight hour The mysteries of the fire An element the Persians worshipped What fire suggests Fire musings The Yule log when the fire is out The wanderers return Stories around the fireside Grandmas reminiscences Burn brightly, winter fire Home, Sweet Home by John Howard Payne, a world-famous song The poets own fireside Where he first heard the air The song writte n for an opera Where written Facts about Paynes life His return to New York His words at a banquet An orphan and exile A name to live A story in this connection His song a magic sesame which opens all hearts. Chapter Nineteen Pets in the Household: Poor relations The dog and the horse familiar family friends The reasoning power of some dogs De Longs mistake in killing the dogs with his party Power of dogs to find food through scent Brute instinct like supernatural revelation Seven little kittens Family conference Six cats to die Remarkable instinct of the deserted animals Ishmaels without Hagar The miseries of the feline Arabs A ghastly traveling party of three Eight miles over a strange road A dogs affection Dohertys description No magnanimity in cats The biography of dogs The cat likened unto Jacob as a supplanter Tray and Tabitha Kittens and parrots Canary birds Rabbits Guinea pigs and ravens The hand that feeds the animals Two pets enough The dog first in rank Faitfhul and affectionate The vacant kennel The ancient Athenians and dogs The grief of dogs The first thing to be taught The canine gourmand Mercy and manners Care of canaries, parrots and mocking birds How to feed and care for them Some diseases to which they succumb. Chapter Twenty The Mother In the Home: A typical mother Test of character Self denial and tact A pen picture of an ideal woman How she met poverty, change and rebellion Occupation for her children Friend and counselor Fortunate children Hard work and happiness. Chapter Twenty-One Duty of Parents to Children: A codicil to the fifth commandment Martyrs among children The cruelty of injustice The memory of a wrong The child-life of the Saviour What a theme His commandment to children Reaping what is sown An obnoxious vice The saddest of retrospects Ignorance of the laws of life Unfortunate heritages The sins of the fathers Rights of children Early and heedless marriages Young and overburdened mothers Commonplace people What every child is entitled to A celebrated divines singular conclusion Motherhood unrespected The inhumanity of man An unhappy and discordant man Why he was such The crime of infanticide The sins of ignorance A prophecy regarding the nation. Chapter Twenty-Two Death in the Home: Jeremy Taylors views of death A tranquil sleep The selfishness of the living Old heathen an example to Christians Death in the home Rigid English ceremonies Gloomy views of death Inconsistencies of children Lord Byrons saying The dead near us A victory over human weakness To meet again Such a hope rational Human affections more than animal weaknesses Outward observances of death Anniversaries of deaths Pessimists and moral dyspeptics Maybes of the hereafter The home minaret touching the blue sky Until mamma comes home. Chapter Twenty-Three Home Architecture: A noble ambition To own a home The great question A home in fact Locality and drainage Country and suburban homes Sydney Smith on Salisbury Plain Four miles from a lemon Mistakes of builders Inconvenient localities Antagonistic possibilities External and internal arrangements Where every prospect pleases Why St Simon Stylites lived on a pillar Errors in house-building A vast deal of discomfort Innumerable doors A feeling they produce Staircases and pantries A question of knobs and hinges A womans knowledge of closets Storage room with pegs and shelves Life-saving problems Fire-proof houses Heating facilities Health before ornament Designs for house architecture Interior arrangement of homes. Chapter Twenty-Four The Kitchen in the Home: What it should be Brillat-Savarin The kitchen in old Roman houses How some housekeepers neglect kitchens The center warmth of the home American stomachs How business men eat Druggists in demand The diet of some men and women Ills the doctor cannot remedy The art required to cook Alfred the Great and the cakes Attention and consciousness of attention required to cook Leaden bread The Englishman in China The disguising power of gravy and sauces The rule of the Athenian philosopher Socrates preferences King George III and apple dumpling The beggar and George the Fourth The wedding breakfast of Charles the Sixth The diet of Friar Tuck and the gentle hermit of the dale The foods of different countries Sir John Franklin and the Esquimaux lad The simplest of all food The frying pan and other cooking utensils Talleyrand and the fat Bishop The American kitchen German and English cookery The best teacher to have in the kitchen. Chapter Twenty-Five Cookery Recipes. Soups: Stock General Remarks Economical stock White stock White or medium stock Mock Turtle Soup Mrs. Reynolds recipe Tomato soup Lobster Soup Vegetable Soup Three Recipes Potato Soup Rice Soup Turnip Soup Cabbage Soup Carrot Soup Queen Victorias Favorite Soup Green Corn and Tomato Soup Oyster Soup Two Recipes Macaroni Souop Pea Soup with celery Pea Soup Vermicelli Soup Stew Soup Turkey Soup Cucumber Soup (French Recipe) Hodge-Podge Asparagus Soup Mutton Soup Force-Meats Force-Meat for Pike, Carp and various kinds of Fish Force-Meat for Veal, Turkeys, Fowls, Hare, Etc. Fish: General directions for dressing How to broil a shad How to bake shad How to dress shad Pharisee Clams Clams Boiled Shoulder of Cod Salt-Fish Chowder Nantucket Chowder How to cook Codfish How to dress Lobster, cold Lobster patties Lobster Salad How to boil Lobsters Stewed Eels Boiled Salmon Salmon and Caper-Sauce Pickled Salmon Stuffed and Baked Fish How to Fry Fish Fried Smelts Sardines. Oysters: Oyster Soup Broiled oysters How to stew oysters Another way How to fry oysters Oysters or Clam Fritters Scolloped Oysters. Meats: Broiling Frying Boiling Stewing Stewed tripe Boiled round of Beef Roasted Meats Broiled Beefsteaks or Rumpsteaks Broiled Beef-Bones How to Clarify Beef Drippings Beef A La Mode Beef A La Mode, Virginia fashion Beefsteak Pie Baked Beefsteak Pudding How to Pickle Beef for Winter Use and for Drying Italian Beefsteak Beefsteak Boiled Tongue Boiled Breast of Mutton and Caper-Sauce Warmed-over Meats Sausages Roast Haunch of Venison Boiled Leg of Mutton Broiled Mutton and Tomato Sauce Mutton chop A plain stew A Nice Stew Potted Meats Roast Leg of Lamb Beef Patties Spiced Veal Veal and Ham Sandwiches Veal Pie Pickled Tongue Broiled Ham and Eggs How to boil a ham Pigs Feet Souse Pork and Beans. Poultry and Game: Roast Turkey Another way to roast a turkey Boiled turkey How to bake a turkey Stewed turkey Chicken pie Chickens Smothered Chicken Chicken or Fowl Patties Fried Chicken Roast Goose Partridge Pie Pigeons on Toast Boiled Rabbit Stewed Rabbit A Delicious Stuffing. Sauces and Gravies: Brown Apple Sauce Bread Sauce Browning for Gravies and Sauces Clarified Butter Melted Butter Caper Sauce for Fish Gravy for Roast Beef Gravy for Steak Cheap gravy for minced meat Gravy for venison Substitute for caper sauce Celery Sauce Tomato Sauce for keeping Pepper sauce Chow-Chow How to preserve parsley through winter Keeping Sweet Cider Home-made Vinegar Cheap vinegar Spiced tomatoes Spiced sweetmeats Hot spice Crab sauce for fish Cucumber Vinegar Caramel for Coloring. Vegetables: Miss Corsons Rules for Vegetables: Time-Table for Boiling Tomatoes How to Broil Tomatoes How to can tomatoes How to boil green corn Sweet corn How to cook egg-plant, Mrs. Taylors Recipe Egg-Plant Baked Egg-Plant Succotash Corn Fritters Asparagus Macaroni How to peel onions Cauliflower Fried Oyster Plant How to cook hominy Parsnips Boiled green peas How to dress salsify Boiled cabbage Boiled carrots White beans Lima beans Chartreuse of vegetables How to cook greens How to boil potatoes How to use cold potatoes Fried potatoes Baked potatoes Rice Canning corn How to dry green corn Higdum Fried celery Boiled onions. Egg-Baskets How to keep eggs fresh For testing the age of eggs Omelet Tomato omelet Oyster omelet Washington Omelet Rum Omelet Asparagus Omelet Buttered Eggs Stuffed Eggs Pickled Eggs Poached Eggs How to boil eggs for breakfast, salads, etc Scrambled Eggs Fried Eggs Poached Eggs with Cream Toast and Eggs Eggs in Italian Style. Salads: Mustard Salad Cabbage Dressing Salad Dressing Salad Sauce Chicken Salad Dressing for Chicken Salad Cabbage Salad Carrot Salad Shrimp Salad Cold Slaw Hot Slaw Mayonnaise Dressing. Pies: Pie-crust Very Good Puff Paste Pastry Potato Pie Peach Pie Custard Pie Cocoanut Pie Lemon Pie Lemon Custard Pie Lemon Cream Pie Tarlaton Pie Cherry Pie Pumpkin Pie Mince Pie Cream Raspberry Tarts Puddings: Baked puddings Baked Rice Pudding Boiled Rice Pudding Lemon Sauce Apple Sauce Sauce for Baked Pudding Pudding Sauce Corn Starch Pudding Home Pudding How to Make Indian Pudding Bread Pudding Plum Pudding Carrot Plum Pudding Puffets Steam Pudding Hasty Pudding Green Corn Pudding Tapioca Pudding Lemon Pudding Baked Flour Pudding Batter Pudding Cocoanut Pudding Cottage Pudding Apple Dumplings Suet Pudding Apple Pudding. Creams, Jellies, Custards, Etc. Jelly moulded with fresh fruit or Macedoine de Fruits Tapioca Cream Lemon Cream Economical Lemon Cream Whipped Cream Orange Cream Pineapple Ice Cream Raspberry Ice Cream Strawberry Ice Cream Coffee Ice Cream Bavarian Cream Chocolate Eclairs Cream for filling Jelly of Irish Moss How to clarify water for ices Lemon ices Orange Ice Pineapple Ice Lemon Water Ice Orange Moulded with Slices of Orange A Pretty Dish of Oranges Apple Trifle Ambrosia Meringues Open Jelly with Whipped Cream Blanc-Mange Apple Charlotte Harlequin Jelly Baked Custard Custard Apple Custard Chocolate Custard Rice Custard Charlotte Russe Floating Island Cocoanut for Dessert A Dainty Dish Cocoanut Macaroons Everton Candy Chocolate Kisses Caramel Candy Taffy Candy Chocolate Caramels Currant Jelly Orange Jelly How to Mould Bottled Jellies Apple Jelly Jelly A very simple and easy method of making superior orange wine Lemon syrup For a summer draught Currant wine Recipe for making blackberry wine Elderberry wine. Preserves, Canned Fruits, Etc. How to preserve fruit Stewed Pears Watermelon Preserves Preserved Orange Peel Preserved Strawberries How to preserve grapes Preserved grapes in bunches Preserving grapes with honey Grapes preserved in pumpkins Peaches preserved in brandy How to preserve oranges Raspberry Lily Drying fruit Dried apples A nice way to bake apples Apple custard Sealed apples Apples Quinces Canning fruit Jam Cherry jam Raspberry jam Orange marmalade Brandy pineapple Mouldiness Fruit flavoring Initials on fruit A Good Dessert A garnish for sweet dishes. Pickles and Catsups: How to pickle lemons with the peel on How to pickle lemons without the peel Knickerbocker Pickle How to pickle green tomatoes How to pickle red tomatoes Indian or yellow pickle Mangoes Mushrooms Onion and cucumber pickles How to pickle gherkins Nasturtiums Pickled grapes How to pickle peaches Pickled peppers Pickled onions Spanish onions, pickled Pickled plums East Indian Pickle English Pickles How to pickle eggs Universal Pickle A Tennessee Recipe for Tomato Catsup Cucumber Catsup Walnut Catsup How to make curry powder. Breads, Breakfast Cakes, Etc. Mixed Breads Topsy Bread Brown Bread Graham Flour Graham Bread Shaker Bread Corn Bread Self-Raising Bread Egg Corn Bread Wheat Bread French Bread Excellent Rolls Buns Dough Cakes Soda Biscuit Plain Soda Biscuit Crisp Soda Biscuit Biscuits Hard or Water Biscuit Crisp Biscuits Dessert Biscuits Plain Johnny Cakes Strawberry Short-cake Southern Hoe Cake Corn Cakes Economy Cakes Nice Breakfast Cakes Rice or Hominy Griddle Cakes Bread-Cake Batter Cakes Soft Waffles Graham Muffins Mufffins Indian Muffins White Flour Gems Dr Tralls Recipe for Gems Toast without butter Crackers To make pancakes Pancakes Rice Croquettes Rice Fritters Squash fritters Corn Fritters Mush Potato yeast. Cakes and Icings: A few hints respecting the making and baking of cakes Icing Frosting for cakes Royal Icing for cakes To color icing yellow Mrs. Reynolds Recipe for Icing Sponge Cake Soda Sponge Cake Silver Cake Composition Cake Black Cake Yellow Plum Cake Jelly Cake Lemon Cake First-Night Cakes Soda Cake Corn Starch Cake Graham Cake Delicate Cake Gold Cake Cup Cake White Mountain Cake Doughnuts Fruit Cake Ginger Snaps A Plain But Excellent Cake Molasses Drops Cocoanut Cake Lady Fingers Jumbles Pound Cake Macaroons Cookies Minute Cookies Molasses Cookies Gingerbread Soft Gingerbread Cake for Jelly Cocoanut Drops Rice Cakes Light Tea Cake Honey Cake White Cup Cake Fruit Cake Economical Fruit Cake. Coffee, Tea and Beverages: Coffee How to roast coffee How to make essence of coffee How to make coffee Another mode of making coffee Nutritious Coffee How to make good coffee Adulterated coffee How to make tea Green tea Chocolate How to make chocolate Miss Evarts Chocolate How to make cocoa An excellent substitute for milk or cream in tea or coffee How to make barley water How to make toast-and-water Nourishing Lemonade Flax-seed Lemonade. Milk, Cheese, Butter, Etc. How to Keep Milk and cream in Hot Weather Cottage Cheese Cheese fritters Butter Moulds Rancid Butter made sweet How to keep and choose fresh butter A good dinner Hurried dinners. Chapter Twenty-Six Miscellaneous Household Recipes. Chapter Twenty-Seven Social Forms: Cards of compliment Invitation to a wedding Invitation to a reception Admission card formula Reception card Announcement of marriage Marriage anniversaries. There may be slight variations in foxing/toning, etc. Remember folks, this is an 1885 original. 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  • Year Printed: 1885
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Topic: American (US)
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Region: North America
  • Origin: American
  • Author: Laura Holloway
  • Subject: Cooking
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Smith & Miller
  • Place of Publication: Chicago
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated

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