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



Fried Chicken #1

Joint the chicken and soak in cold water 1/2 hour; wash and drain well; salt and immediately roll in flour; be sure to make all the flour stick to it that will.  Have the skillet on the fire with plenty of butter and lard (1/2 of each), having it smoking hot. Put in the chicken, brown it a nice dark brown, turn over each piece and brown well on the other side; when all is well browned pour 1/2 pint of very cold water in and keep well covered until all the water is boiled out. The steam cooks it through and makes it very tender.

Sister P. G. Feebler, Jennings, La.

Fried Chicken #2

Take young chickens; split them open on the back and roll in flour; put plenty of butter and lard in a pan, let it get hot, put in the chicken, season with salt and pepper. Fry slowly until done.

Sister Jennie Moore, Duncansville, Pa.

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