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



Mashed Potatoes #1

Pare the potatoes, wash and put on to cook in enough water to keep, them from burning, put some salt in while cooking, stick with a fork and see when done. Mash fine, add butter and cream to make as thin as you want them.

Sister Sadie A. Good, New Market, Va.

Mashed Potatoes #2

Mash and beat your potatoes until quite light and white. Season with salt, butter, and rich milk. Then make a division through the center of the potatoes, have 2 well-beaten eggs, whites and yolks separate. Stir the whites in one half, yolks in the other. Now take a large spoonful alternate, stack on a pie pan, smooth a little, set in hot oven for 15, minutes to brown. With a broad knife blade place on potato tureen.

Sister Mary B. Peck, Manvel, Texas.

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