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NULLE

(A custard flavored with musk or amber).
From La Varenne's 'Le Pâtissier français' (1653).
 

"Take 4 or 5 egg yolks, some very fresh cream, a quantity of sugar, a grain of salt; beat all this well together and cook in a deep plate or a flat dish; brown the top with a salamander, sprinkle with perfumed water, and serve with musk-flavored sugar to sweeten."

 

 

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