Friday, November 6, 2009

Some easy recipes

Maple Sugar Sandwiches Recipe

Cut and butter slices of white bread, scrape maple sugar and spread thickly on the bread. Cut with a maple leaf cutter and serve with hot coffee.

Stuffed Egg Plant Recipe

Cut off the top and scoop out the inside; lay the shell in salt and water for ½ an hour. Boil the inside part in about ½ a cup of water and put through the colander. Then mix it with ½ a teacup of bread crumbs, 1 large tablespoonful of butter, salt and pepper to taste. Wipe dry the inside of the shell and put the mixture in. Bake 20 minutes and sprinkle top with bread crumbs and butter.

Corn Fritters Recipe

Grate the corn; allow an egg and a tablespoonful of cream for every cupful. Beat the eggs well; add the corn by degrees, beating very hard, salt to taste; put in a tablespoonful of melted butter to every pint of corn; stir in the milk, thicken with just enough flour to hold together, say 1 tablespoonful for every two eggs, cook on the griddle. Serve with lamb or pork chops.

Jellied Veal Recipe

Cut up a knuckle of veal and cover it with 2 quarts of cold water, bring it slowly to boiling point and simmer slowly for 2 hours. Add 2 sliced onions, a bay leaf, a few pepper corns, 12 whole cloves and ½ a teaspoonful of ground allspice. Let it simmer for an hour longer. Take out the meat, remove all the bones and pick the meat into small pieces. Put it into a mould, reduce the liquor to 1 qt., add salt and pepper. Turn over the meat and stand away for 12 hours or more to harden.

Coburg Puddings Recipe

Mix 6 ozs. of flour and 1 pt. of milk to a smooth batter, add 6 ozs. of sugar, 6 ozs. of butter, 6 ozs. of currants and brandy to taste. When all are well mixed turn into small cups, previously well buttered, and bake ¾ of an hour. Only fill the cups half full, as it rises very light. Turn out on a dish and serve with wine sauce.


  1. I love cooking and always your blog will be a great inspiration for me and will try and taste it very soon...

  2. Hi :-)
    I loved the recipes and your blog.
    Will be happy to visit again,thanks.