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Sweetmeat-making at home
M. E. Rattray
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This little book contains a wide selection of recipes. The ABC Of Sweetmeat-Making. Part 2. A small half-saltspoonful of cream of tartar is used to a pound of sugar to prevent it from graining. The term "graining" means that the dissolved sugar for some reason or another, re-forms again into crystals.
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A Little Book Of Sweetmeat Making For Pleasure And Profit by Dora Luck which was published in Perhaps I have a confectioners recipe book, can’t you just visualise the glass jars filled with sugary toffee teacakes, humbugs, bon-bons and wrapped.
Toffee (best without paraffin), Fondants, Chocolate Marzipans (mainly in the Fancy Boxes, these): Mrs M. Rattray, Sweetmeat-Making at Home () Boiled sweets a -go-go.
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About this Item: Chapman and Hall, U.K., Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Reprint. FIRST VOLUME. rough trimmed pages, size inches tall by inches. Book - in Very Good blue boards with yellow floral decoration and yellow lettering - light wear to.
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Arthur Pearson, Fourth Impression. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Hardback. Good / No Jacket. pages plus publisher advertisements. Red cloth with white titles and decorations to front board and spine. Driver £ of titles published before were British editions of American books.
17 However, a spate of books on sweetmeat-making for the home cook was written by British authors in the first decade of the twentieth century, led by The art of sweetmaking () by Miss Beatrice Manders, Sweetmeat-making at home () by Mrs Margaret Rattray and Home. Download The R.
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Blue cloth with black titles and decorations to front board and spine. Dustjacket is chipped to edges. Driver £ Sweetmeat-Making at Home. Arthur Pearson, London. Pulled figs note: Since this is (at least) a year old recipe from a British source, I hit the shelves to see what the Brits would have meant by “pulled figs” just as the 20th century was getting its sea : Matthew Rowley.
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Zustand: Good. No Jacket. Reprint. FIRST VOLUME. rough trimmed pages, size inches tall by inches. Book - in Very Good blue boards with yellow floral decoration and yellow lettering - light wear to. Edition originale expéditeur John T. & Pearl Lewis. Votre recherche: assume this is anything other than a first edition.
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Sweetmeat-Making at Home. C. Arthur Pearson, London. Pulled figs note: Since this is (at least) a year old recipe from a British source, I hit the shelves to see what the Brits would have meant by “pulled figs” just as the 20th century was getting its sea legs.