To make a Quaking Pudding either boil’d or baked


Take a pint of good thick cream, boil it with some large mace, whole cinamon, and slic’t nutmeg, then take six eggs, and but three whites, beat them well, and grate some stale manchet, the quantity of a half penny loaf, put it to the eggs with a spoonful of flour, then season the cream according to your own taste with sugar and salt; beat all well together, then wet a cloth or butter it, and put in the pudding when the water boils; an hour will bake it or boil it.