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Food, Drink and the Pleasures of Eating in Old-Time Nova Scotia


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No. 98. A cure for Tooth-ache, No. 99. Cream Muffins

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes



Rag bag

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Weight and Measure, Liquids

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 102. Gingerbread, No. 103. Pudding Unique

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes



No. 107. California Cake, No. 108. Baked Apple Pudding

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 109. Good Cheap Cake, No. 110. To Dress Salt

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 111. Colouring for soups, No. 112. A Clear Soup

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 112. continued

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 113 Steamed Bread and Butter Pudding (very good)

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Stewed Apricot Pudding, Spanish Puffs

Date: 17 September 1902

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Spanish Puffs, Apple Jelly

Date: 17 September 1902

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


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