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.
Soupon, or cornmeal pudding, is made like grits or oatmeal. The delightful part of this recipe is the story. I imagine that Mrs. Corwen was quite pleased with herself to be able to include this in her book. Enjoy! More Fun Discoveries Whortleberry Fried-Cakes ~1886 How to Boil Potatoes ~1856 Salamanders: Not a Recipe ~1886... Continue Reading →