johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Mon Oct 9 14:27:13 PDT 2006
There are a number of quidony and pastes recipes
also in A Booke of Sweetmeats from Martha Washington's
Booke of Cookery.
S198, S199 call for quinces. S200 calls for pippins,
S201 calls for apricocks or pear plums, S202 plums,
S203 pippins either green or old, S204 gooseberries,
S205 English currans, S206 repas [raspberries], S207
raspas and red roses.
Then there are all the pastes and jellies.
I think there ought to be enough recipes in that manuscript to take
care of your fruit harvest, Anne Marie.
> Anne-Marie, who can only eat so many pies... and has three apple trees and two pear
> trees, along with the baby quince and three baby fig trees
> I've made it with quinces, plums, apples, pears, gooseberries and
> blackberries. Markham's "The English Housewife" has a paste recipe that
> lists a variety of fruit that can be used. Elinor Fettiplace's Receipt Book
> has the recipe for gooseberry paste.snipped
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