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Celtic Folklore Cooking [Paperback]

Joanne Asala
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A seventeenth-century manuscript reads, "Fill your syllabub-pot with Ryder, put in a good quantity of sugar, and a little nutmeg; stir these well together, then put in as much thick cream by two or three spoonfuls at a time, as if you were milking it; then stir it round very gently, and let it stand two hours, then eat it. Read the first page
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