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Cather Foundation, 2010), 141. ”3 Boil 1½ pts. Milk and add to it 3 tablespoons corn starch dissolved in a little milk, 1 cup sugar and butter the size of a small egg. Pour this mixture over the beaten yolks of 3 eggs, and add lemon extract or ﬂavoring of some kind to taste. Pour this into the pie plates lined with paste, and bake about 20 minutes. — White and Wanless, The Home Queen Cookbook (Chicago: Donahue, 1893), 392. The Recipes 33 RAYMOND CHANDLER Gimlet One of the founders, with Dashiell Hammett, of the so-called hard-boiled school of detective ﬁction, Raymond Chandler (1888 –1959) offers a recipe for a gimlet in the voice of one of his characters in The Long Goodbye (1953).
Sift in ﬂour, add vanilla and nuts and beat. The batter is fairly stiff — doesn’t run much. Spread about <——————> this thick in square pan. Bake in a slow oven — about 45 minutes to an hour, depending on pan, thickness, etc. They should be dry on top, just pulling away from edges, but still rather damp in the middle. Cut in squares in pan and remove with spatula. — Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College LILLIE DEVEREUX BLAKE Like many other eminent women at the time, the novelist Lillie Devereux Blake (1833 –1913), author of Fettered for Life (1874), was expected to demonstrate her femininity by cooking or at least publishing her own recipes.
Spanish Olla-Podrida Fry four ounces of salt pork in the pot, and when partly done add two pounds of fresh meat and a quarter of a pound of ham, with water enough just to cover the meat. Skim carefully the ﬁrst half hour, and then add a gill of pease (if dried, soak them an hour ﬁrst), half a head of cabbage, one carrot, one turnip, two leeks, three stalks of celery, three stalks of parsley, two stalks of thyme, two cloves, two onions sliced, two cloves of garlic, ten peppercorns, and a pinch of powdered mace or nutmeg.