The most Excellent Ways of making All sorts of Puddings: Otherways

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The Accomplisht Cook

By Robert May

Published 1660

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Take a penny loaf, pare it, slice it, and put it into a quart of cream with a little rose-water, break it very small, then take four ounces of almon-paste, and put in eight eggs beaten, the marrow of three or four marrow bones, three or four pippins slic’t thin, or what way you please; mingle these together with a little ambergreese, and butter, then dish and bake it.

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