S: civil war recipes
1: This Cookbook is inspired by all of the talented kids at cedar ridge
2: Raul Valdez | fried Yankee | one Yankee soldier fried golden brown | 350 | 6 hr | 50
3: fishisl ginagaso
5: swamp cabbage stew ingredients:green cabbage,stewed tomatoes,salt pork,slat,pepper,cujun seasoning,cayennep | slat | swamp cabbage stew ingredients:green cabbage, stewed tomatoes, salt pork, salt pepper Cajun seasoning or cayenne pepper,onion
6: LOUISIANA SUGAR HOUSE PUNCH | Companion by Jerry Thomas, 1862 Comment: Jerry Thomas notes this is "From a recipe in the possession of Col. T. B. Thorpe", author and illustrator for New York magazines in the 1860s. The note about "boiling syrup taken from the kettles," combined with the fact that the name of the recipe includes "Louisiana," suggests that this was first made by people in the sugar-cane processing business. The "syrup" was presumably the earliest stage of processing of the juice squeezed from the cane, but just how sweet that would be is unclear. The one use for which alcohol was accepted by even the most hectoring moralists was as medicine, explaining the phrasing advising adding booze "to suit the patient."
9: "When baking, follow directions. When cooking, go by your own taste." ~Laiko Bahrs
10: civil war orange cake | 1/1 c. butter 1 c. sugar 2eggs 1tsp. soda 2 c. sifted flour 1c. butter milk 1/2 c. chopped raisins 2 orange peels,ground preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cream butter,sugar and eggs. Add butter milk and dry ingredients Save juice from two oranges. spread mixture in 13x9x2 greased inched pan. Bake until golden and pulls away from edges.. Mix equal cups of orange juice and sugar. pour over hot cake.
13: "There is no love sincerer than the love of food." ~George Bernard Shaw
14: Recipe for hardtack | Ingredients are $cups of flour,4 teaspoons of salt 2 cups of salt | bread
15: bread | Lauren | hardtack | soften before edible mix salt and flour and a little of water to make stick shape int rectengle 3x3
23: Hoe Cake | Mix a stiff dough of Indian (corn) meal, a little salt, and water (scalding is best).Flatten it on a board and tilt it up before the campfire until brown on one side. When our fathers fought the Indians,and ground their corn in mortars,they thought hoe cake was very good. It can also be baked with