ten well beaten eggs, one teacup milk, a quarter pound of sugar, one pounds of raisins, seeded and the same quantity of cleaned currants, one teaspoonful each of cinnamon, allspice and ground cloves, the grated rind and juice of a lemon and two ounces of citron. Mix thoroughly, rinse the pudding cloth in hot water and sprinkle it with flour; tie up the ends and boil for five hours. Sauce to liking.
Entered by Carolyn Shaw 4/96 The Dunkard-Dutch Cookbook @1965 Bsn 911-410-10-4
quarts of green tomatoes, three quarts of green cucumbers, three quarts small onions. Slice about about half an inch thick. Sprinkle with salt, alternate with layers of tomatoes, onions and cucumbers. Boil the cauliflower about five minutes; set over night; then strain all well and free from water. After this place in jars and make the seasoning as follows: One pound mustard seed, one half pound whole allspice, one half pound whole black pepper, one pint beef brine, one gallon vinegar, one half stick curry powder. Boil hard for fifteen minutes then pour over the vegetables. Mix the mustard with