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Victorian Cooking: A Miscellany


MISCELLANEOUS RECIPES & ARTICLES

Fancy Butter and How to Make It, by A Certified Butter-Maker (GOP 1892)
Methods of shaping and moulding butter.
Cheese and Butter Schools for Girls, by Fanny Green (GOP 1891)
This article provides a great deal of information on how cheese and butter are made.
Penny Dinners, by Phillis Browne (GOP 1885)
Basically, this is an article on how to set up a soup kitchen!
Popped Corn(GOP 1896)
In 1896, this was a novelty!
Preserved Provisions, by Phillis Browne (GOP 1884)
How to cook and serve tinned and potted foods.
School Luncheons, by Phillis Browne (GOP 1887)
By 1887, school hours had changed so that younger children remained at school in the morning and afternoon, with no meals provided. This article describes how to prepare appropriate bag lunches for young students.
Tinned Foods (GOP 1901)
Advice and safety tips on using tinned meats and other foods.

PRESERVING & CANNING

Fall Fruits, by Lucy Helen Yates (GOP 1901)
Tips on storing away various foods for winter.
On Canning Vegetables and Fruit, by Dora de Blaquière (GOP 1897)
Preserving and Conserving; Aromatic Herbs and Spices, by Lucy Helen Yates (GOP 1898)
Part of the "What to Cook" series, focusing on dried fruits and fruit conserves.
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Magazine Abbreviations:
CFM = Cassell's Family Magazine GOP = Girl's Own Paper ILA = Illustrated London Almanack S = The Strand
AM = Atlantic Monthly C = Century Magazine D = Demorest's Monthly Magazine G = Godey's Lady's Book H = Harper's Monthly
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