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Recipes from American Cookery
 by Amelia Simmons (1796)

PIES
Minced Pies. A Foot Pie.

Scald neet’s feet, and clean well, (grass fed are best) put them into a large vessel of cold water, which change daily during a week, then boil the feet till tender, and take away the bones, when cold, chop fine, to every four pound minced meat – add one pound of beef suet, and 4 pound apples raw, and a little salt, chop all together very fine, add one quart of wine, two pound of stoned raisins, one ounce of cinnamon, one ounce mace, and sweeten to your taste; make use of paste No. 3 – bake three quarters of an hour.

 

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