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" Beat up seven eggs, mix them with half a pint of warm new milk, in which a quarter of a pound of butter has been melted, add a quarter of a pint of yeast and three ounces of sugar; put them gradually into as much flour as will make a light paste nearly... "
Godey's Magazine - الصفحة 193
1862
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...well, and mix with half a pint of new milk, in which have been melted four ounces of butter ; add to it a quarter of a pint of yeast, and three ounces of sugar, and put them, by degrees, into as much flour as will make a very light paste, rather like a batter,...

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...— Melt four ounces of butter in half a pint of new milk ; then add to this seven eggs, well beaten, a quarter of a pint of yeast, and three ounces of sugar ; put this mixture, by degrees, into as much flour as will make an extremely light paste, more like batter,...

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...and mix with half a pint of new milk., in which have been melted four ounces of butter ; add to it a quarter of a pint of yeast, and three ounces of sugar, and put them, by degrees, into as much flour as will make a very light paste, 17* rathi-r like a batter,...

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...well, and mix with half a pint of new milk, in which have been melted four ounces of butter ; add to it a quarter of a pint of yeast and three ounces of sugar, and put them by degrees into as much flour as will make a very light paste rather like batter, arid...

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...then brush them with very warm milk, and bake them of a nice brown in a moderate oven. Rusks. Boat up seven eggs, mix them with half a pint of warm new...batter ; let it rise before the fire half an hour, add more flour to make it a little ltiffer, work it well, and divide it into small loaves, or cakes, about...

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...been melted, add ^ of a pint of yeast, and 3 ounces of sugar; put them gradually into as much fluur as will make a light paste nearly as thin as batter; let it rise before the fire 4 an hour, add more flour to make it л little stiflcr, work it well anil divido it into small loaves...




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