J. Rosalie Benton, in this 1886 cookbook, sought to provide the home cook not only with a variety of tested recipes, but also with directions on how to cook. Arranged by the qqdepartmentsqq Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner and Tea, she sought to give housekeepers a variety of ideas for different meals. Directed at households of moderate means, there is special attention given to teaching homemakers how to use left-overs in appealing ways.Save cores and skins to make a aquot; Syrup Sauce.aquot; acStewed Pears. Juicy pears are delicious done in this way. Peel them, but ... Berries which are not ripe enough to eat raw with safety, or which are so ripe that you fear they will not keep, areanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Cook Well|
|Author||:||J. Rosalie Benton|
|Publisher||:||Applewood Books - 2008-07-01|