625 Choice Recipes from the
Ladies of the Second Congregational Church of Holyoke

OXO Good Grips 28181Garlic Press


One cup of suet chopped fine; one cup of molasses; one cup of milk; one cup of raisins; three and a half cups of flour; one teaspoonful of soda; one egg; one tablespoonful each of cloves and cinnamon; a little nutmeg; a little salt; boil three; hours in a pudding mould set into a kettle of boiling water; eat with sauce. — Mrs. J. E. Kellogg.

One ten cent loaf of bread chopped fine; one quart of milk; four eggs; one cup of molasses; one cup of sugar; small piece of butter; one third of a teaspoonful of cloves, cinnamon, salt; one pound of raisins; one pound of currants; steam two hours. SAUCE: Four large tablespoonsful of sugar; two large tablespoonsful of butter; one large tablespoonful of flour; stir to a cream; add the beaten white of one egg; one gill of boiling water; spice. — Mrs. S. S. Morse.

Three cups of flour; two cups of milk; one cup of sugar; one cup chopped suet, or pork; one cup of raisins, stoned and chopped; one tea-spoon cloves; one teaspoon cinnamon; one teaspoon soda; half teaspoon salt; boil three hours. — Mrs. J. W. Meacham.


One half box Cox's gelatine; one pint of boiling water; two cups while sugar; juice of two lemons; strain, and add when cold the whites of our eggs; beat until stiff, and put into a mould. Custard for snow pudding; yolks of four eggs; one cup of sugar; one pint of milk; extract of lemon to flavor. — Mrs. E. C. Taft

One half box of gelatine dissolved in one half pint of boiling hot water; when cold, stir in two teacups of sugar; the juice of three lemons; the whites of four eggs beaten to stiff froth; put this in a mould to get stiff: and with the yolks of these four eggs and one quart of milk, make a boiled custard; flavor it with vanilla; and when this and the pudding are cold, serve in the same dish; pouring the custard around the pudding. — Mrs. W. H. Heywood.


One grated cocoanut; one pint of milk; the grated rind of one lemon; yolks of four eggs; beat all well together and bake fifteen minutes; beat the whites with one-half pint of sugar; juice of the lemon; spread on top; return to the oven and bake ten minutes. — G. A. M.


One quart milk; half cup cocoanut; scald it in milk; two tablespoonsful corn starch; one cup of sugar; scald three minutes; yolks of three eggs; whites for frosting. — Mrs. C. Strong.

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