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Join us on our journey of creating 1800 and early 1900 recipes in a modern farmhouse kitchen. And learn to cook out of a cookbook from when my Great Great Grandmother was providing for her family. As we create, know that most recipes do not list out all of the ingredients and at the time, there were no temperature gauges on ovens or stoves.
- 2 5 pound Chickens (cooked – original wanted them boiled and then meat chopped) For us, we baked 6 pounds of chicken breasts
- 1 pint cream
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- 1/2 pound butter
- CHICKEN CROQUETTES. Boil two fowls weighing five pounds each till very tender, mince fine, add one-pint cream, half pound butter, salt and pepper to taste; shape oval in a jelly glass or mold. Fry in lard like dough-nuts until brown.—Mrs. E. L. Fay, New York City.
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