Otherways Pasties to fry

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The Accomplisht Cook

By Robert May

Published 1660

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Take twenty apples or pippins par’d, coard, and cut into bits like square dice, stew them in butter, and put to them three ounces of bisket bread, stamp all together in a stone mortar, with six ounces of fat cheese grated, six yolks of eggs, cinamon, six ounces of sugar, make it in little Pasties, or half moons, and fry them.