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The Good Housekeeping Woman's Home Cook Book
Isabel Gordon Curtis, Associate Editor of Good Housekeeping (1909)
Ella Morris Kretschmar.
One cup of meal, a level teaspoon of salt, a heaping one of baking powder, a tablespoon of butter (or lard), a cup and a half of sweet milk, and two eggs (three, when they are plenty, and then somewhat less baking powder).
Mix the salt through the meal; beat the eggs until very light, without separating, add the milk and pour over the meal; mix well, sift in the baking powder and beat hard for two minutes, add finally the melted butter, pour into a baking pan and bake in a hot oven.
The full text of 'The Good Housekeeping Woman's Home Cook Book' may be found on the Michigan State University website:
'Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project'
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