This sounds delicious on top of ice cream! Source: Mrs. Crowen's American Lady's Cookery Book, 1866.
This one deserves reading all the way through, with quotes such as "crinkly yellow leaves," and, "With such sauce one might be driven to eat one's grandfather," and, "We whisper in confidence to housewives that water does as well as broth..." Source: Salt Lake Herald, December 25, 1889.
For this recipe you will need: 3 Thick Towels A Trowel 1 Pt. of Thick Cream An open mind Why not try it? Indeed... More Fun Discoveries Cream of Fresh Mushrooms, Soup ~1886 3 Course May Menu 1808 How to Boil Potatoes ~1856 Source: Mrs. Crowen's American Lady's Cookbook, 1866
I always think of curry as a relatively modern cooking flavor in American cuisine. Probably because curry was an uncommon seasoning in my rural American childhood home. That said, curry recipes are found in practically every circa 1800s American cookbook I've come across, which, if you think about it, is only logical. The British…