[Sr Fleit] Shephard’s receipt for a Sack-posset

Item

Title

[Sr Fleit] Shephard’s receipt for a Sack-posset

Date

en 1694/1795

Transcript

[Mrst] Shephard’s receipt for a Jack-[poset]

From fam'd Barbados on ye Wastern main Fetch sugar half a pound: fetch sack from [illegible] A pint; is from ye Eastern Indian coast Nutmeg ye glory of our Northern past: On flaming coals together let them heat Till ye all conquering sack dissolves ye sweet: On such another fire let egs twice ten New form from foot of cock, to rump of hew Stir 'em wth steddy hands, on confcienes pricking To see ye untimely fate of twenty chicken From shining shelfs take down your brazen skill A quart of milk from gentle cow will fill it When boiled to cold put milk & sack to egg, units 'em firmly like ye Criple-liague; Then close together lit 'em dust Till milk twice sings, you must not kys ss fell. Each lab, each labs snatch up their murdring spoons And fall on fsrcly like your starved Dragoons

Contributor

Cheston, Jarissa
Le, Vincent

Source

Elizabeth Fairfax cookbook, Collection #C0202, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.

Publisher

George Mason University Libraries

Rights

Public domain. There are no known restrictions.

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