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Uniacke Family Recipes
Handwritten recipe book with the initials “R.J.”

Likely Rosina Jane Uniacke (ca. 1808–1858) wife of James Boyle Uniacke, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Attorney General of Nova Scotia. Rosina and James resided at Mount Uniacke for at least part of each year. The date 12 November 1849 appears on pages 42 and 43 of the 70 page book, which contains a variety of recipes, many for pickles and condiments.


A collection of recipes

Found inside the Uniacke material at the Nova Scotia Museum (accession UNI38).


A collection of recipes

From Dr. Carlin's Last Receipte Book and Household Physician.



A collection of recipes

Attributed to Geraldine Uniacke

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To save potted birds that begin to stink

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


To raise a sallad [sic] in two hours

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Currant Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Currant Wine, Gooseberry Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Gooseberry Wine, Quince Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Quince Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Turnip Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Raspberry Wine, Raspberry Brandy

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Cherry Wine, Orange Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Orange Wine

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Rules to be observed in pickling

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


To Pickle Walnuts Green

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


To Pickle Walnuts Green

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


To Pickle Walnuts Green

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


To Pickle Walnuts White

Date: 1849

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family Rosina Jane Uniacke 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


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