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Cucumber, Ripe, 185
Cucumber, Sliced, 180
Cucumber, Sweet, Ripe, 186
East India, 187
Green Tomato (Sour), 181
Green Tomato (Sweet), 181
Mixed, 187
Spiced Currants, 189
Grapes, 190
Plums, 189
SAUCES FOR PUDDINGS, 417
Brandy, Cold, 417
Liquid, 418
or Wine. No. 1, 417
or Wine. No. 2, 417
Caramel, 419
Cream, Cold, 419
Warm, 419
Custard, 420
Fruit, 421
Grandmother's, 418
Hard, Plain, Cold, 420
Jelly, 421
Lemon, 418
(Cold), 419
Brandy for Cakes and Puddings, 422
Cream (Hot), 418
Milk, 420
or Cream, 421
Old Style, 420
Orange Cream (Hot), 419
(Cold), 419
Plain, A Good, 420
Plum Pudding, Superior, 418
Rose Brandy for Cakes and Puddings, 423
Sugar, 418
Sweet Common, 421
Syrup for Fruit, 421
Wine, Rich, 417

SEASONABLE FOODS, VARIETIES OF, 473

SICK, COOKING FOR THE, 510
Acid Drinks, 519
Apples, Baked, 515
A Remedy for Boils, 520
Arrowroot Blanc Mange, 512
Milk Porridge, 512
Wine Jelly, 514
Baked Apples, 515
Beefsteak and Mutton Chops, 510
Beef Tea, 511
Blackberry Cordial, 518
Blanc Mange, Arrowroot, 512
Irish Moss, 515
Boiled Rice, 514
Boils, Remedy for, 520
Bread Panada, 517
Broth, Veal or Mutton, 511
Clam, 516
Chicken, 511
Chicken Jelly, 514
Broth, 511
Clam Broth, 516
Codfish, Milk or Cream, 516
Corn Meal Gruel, 512
Cracker Panada, 517
Cup Pudding, 515
Pudding, Tapioca, 515
Custard, 516
Cure for Ringworms, 520
Draughts for the Feet, 519
Egg Gruel, 512
Toast, 515
Flax Seed Tea, 513
Seed Lemonade, 513
For Children Teething, 518
General Remarks, 510
Gruel, Corn Meal, 512
Egg, 512
Oat Meal, 511
Hominy, 514
Irish Moss Blanc Mange, 515
Jelly Arrowroot Wine, 514
Chicken, 514
Mulled, 516
Sago, 514
Tapioca, 513
Linseed Tea, 518
Milk Porridge, 512
or Cream Codfish, 516
Milk Toast, Plain, 517
Mulled Jelly, 516
Mutton Chops and Beefsteak, 510
or Veal Broth, 511
Oat Meal Gruel, 511
Oyster Toast, 516
Panada, Bread, 517
Cracker, 517
Porridge Milk, 512
Arrowroot, Milk, 512
Poultices, 519
Powders for Children, 518
Pudding, Cup, 515
Cup, Tapioca, 515
Rice, Boiled, 514
Ringworms, Cure for, 520
Sago Jelly, 514
Soft Toast, 515
Slippery Elm Tea, 517
Elm Bark Tea, 513
Tamarind Water, 513
Tapioca Jelly, 513
Tea, Beef, 511
Flax Seed, 513
Linseed, 518
Slippery Elm, 517
Slippery Elm Bark, 513
Toast, Water, or Crust Coffee, 517
Milk, Plain, 517
Egg, 515
Oyster, 516
Soft, 515
Veal or Mutton Broth, 511

SMALL POINTS ON TABLE ETIQUETTE, 595

SOUPS, 27
Asparagus, Cream of, 36
Bean (Dried), 36
Beef, 31
Calf's Head or Mock Turtle, 39
Chicken Cream, 34
Consommé, 33
Corn, 35
Game, 32
Gumbo or Okra, 41
Herbs and Vegetables Used in, 29
Julienne, 33
Macaroni, 40
Mullagatawny, 38
Mutton Broth (Scotch), 32
Okra or Gumbo, 41
Ox Tail, 34
Pea (Green), 36
Split, 35
Pepper Pot (Philadelphia), 37
Plain, Economical, 34
Spinach, Cream of, 34
Squirrel, 37
Stock, 30
White, 31
To Clarify, 31
Tapioca Cream, 41
Tomato. No. 1, 38
No. 2, 38
No. 3, 38
Turkey, 40
Turtle, Mock, 39
Green, 40
from Beans, 37
Veal (Excellent), 32

SOUPS WITHOUT MEATS, 41

Celery, 43
Clam, Plain and French, 47
Croutons for, 45
Dumpling, Egg for, 44
Suet for, 44
Egg Balls for, 44
Fish, 45
Force Meat Balls for, 43
(Soyer's Recipe), 44
Lobster or Bisque, 46
Noodles for, 43
Onion, 41
Oyster Soup. No. 1, 46
No. 2, 46
Pea, 43
Potato (Irish), 43
Stock, Fish, 45
Vegetable, Spring, 42
Winter, 42
Vermicelli, 42
White (Swiss), 42

TABLE ETIQUETTE, SMALL POINTS ON, 595

TOILET RECIPES, ITEMS, ETC., 577

Antidotes for Poisons, 585
Bad Breath, 582
Bandoline, 580
Barbers' Shampoo Mixture, 583
Bay Rum, 577
Burnett's Celebrated Powder for the Face, 580
Camphor Ice, 583
Cold Cream, 578
Cologne Water (Superior), 577
Complexion Wash, 580
Cream of Lilies, 578
of Roses, 578
Cure for Pimples, 581
Dye for White or Light Eye-brows, 579
For Dandruff, 578
Hair Invigorator, 578
Wash, 579
How to Keep Brushes Clean, 583
Jockey Club Bouquet Cologne, 577
Lavender Water, 577
Lip Salve, 578
Macassar Oil for the Hair, 578
Odoriferous or Sweet Scenting Bags, 583
Ox-marrow Pomade, 579
Pearl Smelling Salts, 582
Tooth Powder, 582
Phalon's Instantaneous Hair Dye 579
Pimples, Cure for, 581
Razor-strop Paste, 583
Removing Tartar from the Teeth, 582
Rose-water, 577
Shaving Compound, 583
Toilet or Face Powder, 580
Items, 584
Toilet Soap, 585
To Increase the Hair in the Brows, 580
Remove Freckles, 581
Remove Moth Patches, 581

VEGETABLES, 191
Asparagus, 210
with Eggs, 211
Beans, Lima and Kidney, 209
String, 208
Beets, Baked, 210
Boiled, 210
Stewed, 210
Cabbage, Boiled, 200
French Way of Cooking, 201
Fried, 201
Ladies', 201
Sourcrout, 202
Steamed, 201
with Cream, 200
Carrots, Mashed, 214
Stewed, 213
Cauliflower, 200
Fried, 200
Celery, 209
Corn, Boiled, Green, 206
Fried, 207
Pudding, 207
Roasted (Green), 207
Stewed, 207
Succotash, 208
Cucumbers, á la Crême, 206
Fried, 206
Cymblings, or Squashes, 211
Egg Plant, Fried, 208
Stuffed, 208
Endive, Stewed, 214
General Remarks, 191
Greens, 213
Mushrooms, Baked, 214
Canned, 215
for Winter Use, 215
Stewed, 215
Okra, 210
Onions, Baked, 199
Boiled, 198
Fried, 199
Scalloped, 199
Stewed, 199
Oyster Plant or Salsify Fried, 209
Stewed, 209
Parsnips, Boiled, 203
Creamed, 204
Fried, 203
Fritters, 203
Stewed, 203
Peas, Green, 211
Stewed, 211
Potato Croquettes. No. 1, 196
Croquettes. No. 2, 196
Fillets, 196
Puffs, 193
Snow, 194
Potatoes, á la Crême, 193
á la Delmonico, 197
Baked, 197
Browned, 192
Browned - With Roast. No. 1, 197
Browned - With Roast. No. 2, 198
Crisp, 195
Favorite, Warmed, 195
Fried, with Eggs, 197
Hasty Cooked, 195
Lyonnaise, 196
Mashed, 192
Mashed, Warmed Over, 193
New, and Cream, 193
New, To Boil, 192
Raw, Fried, 194
Saratoga Chips, 193
Scalloped (Kentucky Style), 194
Steamed, 194
Sweet, 198
Sweet, Baked, 198
Pumpkin, Stewed, 214
Rice, To Boil, 202
Salsify, Fried, 209
or Oyster Plant, Stewed, 209

Sourcrout, 202
Spinach, 212
Squashes or Gymblings, 211
Squash, Winter, Baked, 212
Winter, Boiled, 212
String Beans, 208
Succotash, 208
Tomatoes, Baked (Plain), 205
Broiled and Fried, 205
Fried and Broiled, 205
Scalloped, 204
Scrambled, 206
Stewed, 204
Stuffed, Baked, 204
To Peel, 204
Raw, To Prepare, 205
Truffles, 216
(Italian Style of Dressing), 216
Au Naturel, 216
Turnips, 214
Vegetable Hash, 212

MACARONI, 216
Macaroni, á la Crême, 217
á la Italienne, 216
and Cheese, 217
and Tomato Sauce, 218
Timbale of, 217



















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