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  • (Chicago, Ill.) Ladies' Aid Society Gelatine Desserts 247114The Pilgrim Cook Book — Gelatine DessertsPilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church (Chicago
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  • Chapter 25: Cold Desserts Chapter 26: Ices, Ice Creams, and Other Frozen Desserts Chapter 27: Pastry Chapter 28: Pies Chapter 29: Pastry Desserts Chapter 30:
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  • LUNCHEONS 26 VEGETABLES 33 SALADS 40 PUDDINGS and DESERTS 53 GELATINE DESSERTS 63 PIES 66 CHEESE and EGGS 71 DUMPLINGS and NOODLES 75 FRITTERS, DOUGHNUTS
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  • (Chicago, Ill.) Ladies' Aid Society Puddings and Desserts 247113The Pilgrim Cook Book — Puddings and DessertsPilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church (Chicago
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  • Easy Desserts for Luncheon .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  
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  • Cooking-School Cook Book — Chapter 29Fannie Farmer Chapter XXIX. PASTRY DESSERTS. STONE and chop raisins, add sugar, egg slightly beaten, cracker finely
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  • confectioners. It would be useless to give directions for Grand Desserts; those who give such rich desserts, either keep a proper person, or have them of a Confectioner;
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  • beneath his heavy burden, said to himself: "I am treated according to my desserts. If I had only been willing to assist the Ass a little in his need, I should
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  • and cover with a rich puff paste, and bake. ROASTED CHESNUTS FOR DESSERTS. Chestnuts are so frequently sent to table uneatable, that we will give
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  • sugar and rum? Especially sugar, so needful we see? What, give up our desserts, our coffee, and tea! Besides, if we do. the French, Dutch, and Danes
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  • XXVI. ICES, ICE CREAMS, AND OTHER FROZEN DESSERTS. ICES and other frozen dishes comprise the most popular desserts. Hygienically speaking, they cannot be
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  • grapes—characteristic, finely flavored, and adapted to numerous uses in wines and desserts. Plums are mentioned in the early records nearly as frequently as grapes
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  • in pnrice from forty to eighty-five centimes. Salad is sixty centimes. Desserts are seventy-five centimes and sometimes as much as a franc. Red wine is
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  • much, but when well made and served quickly, is one of the daintiest of desserts. OMELET A LA DUCHESSE This is a sweet baked omelet, and is served the
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  • Chapter 2 - Pendabury Chapter 3 - An orange envelope Chapter 4 - With the dessert Chapter 5 - Facing the worst Chapter 6 - In the Beaudessart arms Chapter
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  • of dinner and Mary Louise wanted to make one of Uncle Peter's favorite desserts. So Irene wheeled her chair into the house and entering the den began a
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  • naked. It is later on that one becomes rich or poor, according to one's desserts. Yes, we too are aware that giving alms serves no useful purpose. For there
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  • Cooking-School Cook Book — Chapter 25Fannie Farmer Chapter XXV. COLD DESSERTS. Soak moss fifteen minutes in cold water to cover, drain, pick over
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  • attend the forum. In 1982, she brought her mother's traditional Mexican desserts to the U.S. market. Twenty years later, she owns a successful food production
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