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Recipes from The Inglenook Cookbook
 by The Sisters of the Brethren Church (1906)



For the filling take 2 quarts of fine bread crumbs, butter the size of an egg, 4 eggs; season with pepper and salt and a little parsley; mix all together with 1 pint of milk. Rub 1 small teaspoonful of salt in the turkey and put the filling in, not too tight; sew the turkey shut and place in roaster with plenty of butter and lard.  Dressing: Take 1 egg, l cup of flour; stir smooth with milk or water. When the turkey is done remove from roaster and put water in the pan; then stir in the thickening and let come to a boil. Serve in a separate dish.

Sister Carrie Langham, Newry, Pa.


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