By Elisabeth Luther Cary, Annie M. Jones
Starting on January 1 with a recipe for normal English marriage ceremony cake referenced to Jane Austen's Emma and carrying on with via December with a recipe for Christmas pudding attributed to a quote from Charles Dickens, Books and My nutrients presents readers the get together to adventure the gastronomic delights that encouraged novelists, poets, and playwrights.
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Remove the fat from a quart of chicken-broth; season with salt, pepper, and a little onion, and put on to boil. Soak in a little milk half a small loaf of bread-crumbs and mix with them the yolks of three hard-boiled eggs, mash smooth, chop the white meat of a boiled chicken to a powder and stir it into the bread-crumbs and eggs. Stir in slowly one pint of hot cream and mix with the hot chicken-broth. Boil five minutes; if too thick add more cream; if not thick enough, more crumbs. The white meat of cold roast chicken may be used.
Then add from one pint to one quart of rum as the punch is desired weak or strong. Mix again very thoroughly. January 21st "Bless the girls! " THACKERAY ("The Fatal Boots"). Use a hip-bone steak. Have the bone cut entirely out, and the steak pressed together to form a round slice. It should be at least two inches thick. Cook over a clear fire seven minutes to a side. This will give a very rare steak. When done place on a hot platter and cut three or four deep gashes in one side. Fill the gashes with a dressing made of four teaspoonfuls of French mustard, two or three drops of tabasco sauce, a small teaspoonful of salt, and butter the size of an egg.
A. Crofful and Jean Ingelow may not be household names now. The group is predominantly male, with a sprinkling of women present. Only Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry James represent the Americans. Little is known about Cary's coauthor Annie M. Jones, other than that she had published Friends for the Friendly: Quotations on Friendship and Homespun Candies: Simple and Thoroughly Tested Recipes for Candy known art critics in this country. " Food and the Arts: Past, Present, and Future A small sampling of culinary scholarship would range from The Loaded Table: Representations of Food in Roman Literature, Percorsi nelle Evidenze: Valenze Alimentari in "Pantagruel"and Tarte à la Crème: Comedy and Gastronomy in Molière's Theaterto Jane Austen and Foodand What Jane Austen Ate and Charles Dickens Knew Culinary mysteries are either flourishing or bubbling over, according to different tastes: Someone Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe, The Nantucket Diet Murders, A Tasty Way to Die, Murder on the Menu, Dying for Chocolate, The Body in the Cast, Too Many Crooks Spoil the Broth, The Mid-Atlantic Mystery Cookbook, and Murder Most Delicious.
Books and My Food: Literary Quotations and Recipes for Every Day in the Year by Elisabeth Luther Cary, Annie M. Jones