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By A. W. Chase

Travelling surgeon, salesman, writer and self-made guy, Dr Chase distributed treatments in all places the USA throughout the overdue 19th century, accumulating recipes and family suggestions from the folk he met alongside the best way. His self-published books grew to become celebrated US bestsellers and have been the family Bibles in their day.

Containing recipes for American-style treats, resembling Boston cream muffins, Kentucky Corn Dodgers and pumpkin pie, in addition to genial suggestion on baking bread and trying out no matter if a cake is cooked, this can be a treasure trove of culinary knowledge from the homesteads of a nonetheless rural, pioneering United States.

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Bake for 25 minutes in a hot oven. Remarks – Do not think for a moment, that because you may not have white corn meal, therefore, you can not make corn bread or corn dodgers, for you can; although the yellow meal may not be quite as nice, yet it does make excellent bread, as well as griddle cakes, too, by using a very little white or graham flour with it. Apple Bread, Pumpkin Bread, etc. – A very light, pleasant bread is made in France by a mixture of apples and flour (meaning wheat flour, of course), in the proportion of one of apples to two of flour (say cups or pints, as you please).

I would say in regard to the idea that ‘corn bread was never intended to be eaten cold,’ I think it to be an error. I like it best warm, still I have eaten it many hundred times cold, and enjoyed it very much, although I believe it to be healthful while warm, and I know it is rather more palatable and pleasant warm; still, if there is any left over, I should by no means throw it away, but warm it up by steaming, else eat it cold, as preferred, or most convenient. White Corn Dodgers – Take 1 pt.

But do all the gracious ladies who preside in our country homes see such loaves set forth as daily bread? Inexperienced housekeepers and amateur cooks will find it a good general rule to attempt at the beginning only a few things, and learn to do those perfectly. And these should be, not the elaborate dishes of special occasions, but the plain every-day things. Where can one better begin than with bread? The eager patronage of the over-crowded, carelessly served, high-priced Vienna bakery at the Centennial gave evidence that Americans appreciate good bread and good coffee, and had, perhaps, some effect in stimulating an effort for a better home supply.

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