1970s. None of my modern cookbooks contain one, but they are frequently found in classic late 19th/early 20th century cookbooks such as Fannie Farmer’s Boston Cooking-School Cook Book, The Settlement Cook Book, and Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book. Food fashions come and go and nothing highlights this more than digging up old recipes. The suggested centerpiece (which “should have a place of honor”) sounds quite lovely for a summer twilight party: “In a conspicuous place set a table holding a glass bowl of strawberry frappe or lemonade, to be served in small glass cups. It was good. Home > Recipes > old from 1800s. This year, the Northwest weather has been unusually cold, and so I bet the strawberries are running late.) Individual sweet shortcakes    Strawberries and cream This is the same as the BCS “Goldenrod Cake for Charlotte Russe Moulds and Waldorf Triangles” and the later American Cookery “Waldorf Triangles” recipe, with one exception — the end. This is a very high honor. When partly cool add four eggs, beating them in one at a time. A collection of late-16th & 17th century English recipes & receipts presented in their original language, all transcribed from primary sources. BY DECADE. ), This book is probably the first ever Mexican-American cookbook, and includes recipes such as “Tostadas de Queso—Cheese Toast (A Sunday-Night Supper)” and “Quesadilla Mexicana—Mexican Rarebit,” all featuring Gebhardt’s Eagle Chili Powder. Add the sugar. 1950s. 2 pkgs. MOLDED SPINACH. Neither is it a substitute or even an imitation of maple syrup but an original flavoring with the Genuine Maple Flavor.” The bottle pictured now contains a clear disclaimer. Baked Red Snapper, Parsley Sauce Pare and cut the orange in thin slices and sprinkle with two tablespoonfuls of sugar. LARDY CAKES, circa early 1900s As promised, here is my Lardy cake recipe! If you think that the pumpkin frenzy every fall is a millennial thing, you have not seen all the pumpkin recipes from the early 1900s. LETTUCE SALAD. But the one that mainly caught my attention is the one at the bottom of the page: “Golden Rod Cake Pan,” an oddly-shaped pan that appears to make triangular cakes. SALTED ALMONDS. They are listed from oldest to newest. Spread orange icing over each triangle, made by mixing confectioner’s sugar with enough orange We took her advice, using our recipe but her directions. Beat the yolks of six eggs very light. Is this Orange Slices recipe what was meant?). ROLLS. Gradually beat in half a cup of fine granulated sugar, then two tablespoonfuls of milk or orange juice (lemon juice will not do) and, lastly, half a cup and one tablespoonful (for difference in flour) of sifted flour, sifted again with a level teaspoonful of baking powder and a few grains of salt. ROAST TURKEY. But for family historians, the original cooking methods and ingredients used by our ancestors are of most interest. Since the inspiration for this blog, a year ago, was the similarly-named “Gold-n-Sno Cake,” I was particularly curious. Mix the cheese, butter, onion, chili powder and salt in a hot pan and stir until cheese is melted. Check out our early 1900s recipes selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. I’m also looking forward to finding one of the darn pans! APPLE AND CELERY SALAD. Parisian Orange Omelet. Black Cake recipes from the early 1900s Recipes were a little less thorough around the turn of the turn of the last century, but there seems to be enough information for a good start. NEAPOLITAN CREAM. OYSTER SOUP. this recipe was taken from my grandmothers early 1900's recipe file. Dozens of Old Fashioned Recipes used in history such as pot pies, emigrant stew, gold rush pork chops, johnny cakes, desserts and more. Bake this in goldenrod pans (it will take two pans, each holding six triangles). I serve it over a bowl of nice bread, cut as for fondue, with steamed broccoli and some nice red bell pepper strips. Such a terrible blogger I am. 110 years ago in June 1901, Good Housekeeping published “XXth Century Festivals: The Strawberry Festival,” suggesting that festivals should be held on a moonlit evening and furnished with tables with fine white linen tablecloths and fern decorations. Aunt Kate’s Kitchen: Two scone recipes from the early 1900s that will taste just as good in 2020. APPLES. (“Et erit pro ruffianis et lecceatrichus.”). LARDY CAKES, circa early 1900s As promised, here is my Lardy cake recipe! The Rocky Mountain Cook Book: for High Altitude Cooking (1918 edition of a 1903 cookbook) includes a nearly identical one to the BCS recipe: Beat the yolks of six eggs till light; gradually beat into these one-half cup of sugar, then two tablespoonfuls of orange juice and one-half cup of sifted flour, sifted again with a level teaspoonful of baking powder and one-fourth teaspoonful of salt; bake in small cakes and cover with orange icing. Christmas might be a good time to try this one. The only ingredient we didn’t have was the chopped parsley, and I decided I could easily live without it. Ruffians and brazen harlots? In the appendix, on page 282-283, we find: One-fourth cup of butter, one cup of confectioner’s sugar, one-half cup of milk, two cups of flour, one level teaspoon of baking powder, two eggs, the grated rind and juice of one orange. Sponge cake    Angel cake    Small cakes Close. I apologize. Perhaps the cakes are Golden Rod Cakes if they have orange icing (or none?) Flavor with half a teaspoonful of vanilla extract or a grating of yellow orange rind. Crescent's Mapleine display at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition in Seattle, 1909. Let’s try some presidential cuisine. My mom taught me the recipe this year. One more try at the Welsh rabbit. Fold in the beaten white and turn on heated buttered pan and cook until set. The dishes should be strawberry red, green, and white. It should be tasty, if tooth-achingly sweet. In May, I ended my last post with “We had some leftover chili sauce and onions, and used that to resurrect another recipe on the next day. MRS F.C. Then in 1910, an event occurred that...Read More », Bajan Pudding is a simple pound like cake with the added sweetness of dried cherries, if made without the cherries it is simply called plain cake, with the cherries and raisins if added it is called Pudding in Barbados. BOILED TURKEY. As it begins to boil stir in one cupful of sifted flour. The unique taste of Boston beans comes from molasses, which was once in abundant supply here through the early 1900s. STUFFED POTATOES. Sign up for newsletter. And the title calls these either Waldorf Triangles or Golden Rod Cake, implying that they are alternate names for the same thing. CHEESE. Riced Potatoes     Boiled Parsnips It was not, however, as good as the enchiladas from the previous night, which were tremendous. CRANBERRY JELLY. FIGS. This is a Flickr badge showing public items from the, boiled icing colored with strawberry juice, XXth Century Festivals: The Strawberry Festival, Many menus of that period list them as “pim-olas.”, One of the earliest ads for Mapleine, from a 1905 issue of, The United States of America vs. 300 Cases of “Mapleine”, described Mapleine, perhaps with a bit of exaggeration, as a “household word” that “spread the fame of Seattle throughout the Western hemisphere.”, I discussed the Golden Rod Cake and the pan used to bake it, 365 Orange Recipes: An Orange Recipe for Every Day in the Year, the flat stacked enchiladas in the 1937 cookbook, A Collection of Delectable Recipes: Tried and True, Orange Omelets: “for ruffians and brazen harlots”, Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project. MINCE PIE. Double gate mark. It tastes reasonably similar to maple syrup, and it’s fine for what it is, but it’s still an imitation. really! Although we now have a working oven again, I was taking no chances — I just toasted the bread in the toaster this time, playing it safe. Beat the yolk of the egg and add the orange rind and juice. Roast Goose, Apple Sauce The mixture is finer-grained and more tender than the usual sponge cake. Did you know that Fried Green Tomatoes did not originate in the South? TUTTI FRUTTI. So they must be as good as my Grandmothers' cookies. Perhaps we can assume that Mrs. Chandler just didn’t mention the orange icing because it was assumed that any reader would know that Golden Rod cakes would have orange icing. The formula has always been secret, but a modern Mapleine package lists the following ingredients: “Water, natural flavorings, caramel color, alcohol (7%), phosphoric acid, vanillin, and sulfiting agents.”, The United States government took issue with Crescent’s packaging, and in 1909, the case of The United States of America vs. 300 Cases of “Mapleine” ended up in court. Is this a related cake or something different? 10 Pumpkin Recipes from the Early 1900s Author: StrangeAgo Published Date: September 15, 2018. 1 egg, My thought, after all of this, is that Golden Rod/Goldenrod Cakes are probably the basic triangular cakes, usually iced with orange icing (and perhaps frequently conflated with the Orange Slice cakes which had a slightly different pan, but could also be made in the Golden Rod pan), and that Waldorf Triangles were a variation (presumably originating at the Waldorf Hotel?) NUTS. Golden Rod Cake. A block of ice hollowed out, with a lighted pink candle inside, may be put in the center of the bowl, and the frappe heaped around the ice, insuring coolness. A couple of interesting gadgets, there. CONSOMME. Cream together one pound of fine sugar with ten ounces of butter and one and a half pints eggs, one pennyweight of soda, one teaspoonful of vanilla, twenty ounces of cake flour, two pennyweights of cream of tartar. CHESTNUT STUFFING. An American Omelet. 1910s. ROAST PIG. PINEAPPLE SHERBET. The “maple” syrup that most people have on their pancakes and waffles isn’t made of maple at all. Aunt Kate’s Kitchen: Have a ‘staycation’ with these recipes from each of the four nations . Read the Old Cook Books (late 1800's & early 1900's), links to free online e-copies discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Cookbooks food community. CELERY. I make them in stages…. The resultant food concoction is a riot of color, flavors, and aromas that are much more sophisticated than the plain old soup. HOW TO RENDER LARD - Until the early 1900’s, Lard was a staple cooking fat in home kitchens. One of the 1904-1905 recipes includes the boiled frosting and pistachio nuts, but the other does not. Boil for fifteen minutes four cups of water and two cups of sugar, add to it the juice of six lemons and four cups of mashed fresh strawberries or one quart of the canned fruit. Dessert recipes from the early 1900s. One of the 1904-1905 recipes includes the boiled frosting and pistachio nuts, but the other does not. Meatless Cookery by Maria McIlvaine Gillmore was published in 1914, and includes several holiday menus, such as: CHRISTMAS MENU It’s also credited to the (then) very famous Mrs. Rorer, who compiled a recipe booklet or two for Dunham’s. I still don’t know the origin of the name, and I would really like to see how the Golden Rod cake was supposed to look. The stuff can thicken up fast.) The ingredients were the same, except that we used Buzzsaw Brown Ale instead of Newcastle. No reference to the icing that many of the other recipes have. ), but I did get a picture of the finished product: Compare this with the picture here, and it’s obvious this was a much more successful experiment. The orange omelet, however, goes back a lot further than that — at least to the 1430s, when Johannes Bockenheim, cook to Pope Martin V, published this recipe in his cookbook: Take eggs and break them, with oranges, as many as you like; squeeze their juice and add to it the eggs with sugar; then take olive oil or fat, and heat it in the pan and add the eggs. Spread with boiled icing colored with strawberry juice. I look forward to finding more versions of these recipes and researching this further, and to possibly trying the recipe one of these days. APPLES. See the full listing here. 1 tablespoon orange juice, I piled huevos on the chips, then put a dollop of chili sauce (made for the previous night’s enchiladas) and a smaller dollop of sour cream on the top, and a tiny sprinkle of grated cheese. APPLE SAUCE. I think of them both whenever I make it! But the majority of syrup sold in grocery stores is plain old “pancake syrup,” and that’s the artificial stuff.) Kristen wasn’t here that night, and is skeptical that the Welsh rabbit can be good after all, so I’ll be making this again for her to try. If any readers attempt these recipes, we'd love a photo of the results. Old Cook Books (late 1800's & early 1900's), links to free online e-copies. Brandy Old-Fashioned Sweet. (Unfortunately, the ad is a bit blurry, but at least it’s still readable. Here are a couple more recipes for the Golden Rod Cake. From hoover stew to key lime pie, these were the most popular dishes of their decade. Many menus of that period list them as “pim-olas.”), (Editorial note 2: The formatting of the recipes is intended to be compatible with Google’s new Recipe View system. both of my … Here’s what it includes: Oysters on Half Shell     Lemon Slices If it’s strawberry season, it’s time for a strawberry festival, with some strawberry recipes and menu ideas! But that part could certainly be phrased more clearly.). or because we had it on hand anyway (the eggs). (Well, usually it is. ), Interestingly, while the 1903 ad uses the old-fashioned term “receipt,” the 1901 ad just says “recipe.” (Speaking of language/spelling changes, I wonder why “cocoanut” became “coconut” sometime during the 20th century.). BROWNED SWEET POTATOES. The thesis is now done (done! Much like curry, the stew is a beautiful mess of vegetables, meat, poultry and a myriad of other ingredients, cooked slowly over gentle heat. TO SELL AT TEN CENTS A PIECE. Put a small quantity in each section and spread evenly. Foolproof. For a side dish, I served a salad with a sweeter balsamic vinaigrette dressing to balance out the salty savoriness of the Welsh rabbit. ORANGES. PLUM PUDDING. (I think the recipe may be missing a word when it says “Break the eggs into a bowl, adding the cheese and cook slowly.” Perhaps “adding to the cheese” is what was meant. Although water is the most common stew-cooking liquid used, some recipes call for wine and even beer. My grandmother brought it with her from Italy in the early 1900's. Allow it to cool, strain and add one quart of ice water. Mapleine was (and is) a product of the Crescent Manufacturing Company in my hometown of Seattle, Washington. Photo by Wendi. Take the whites and the yolks of four eggs beaten separately, very thoroughly. APPLE SAUCE. In the introduction, “To the American Housekeeper,” the book promises that: “…We have spared neither labor nor expense in our efforts to give dishes that are pleasing, novel, and easily prepared. This old-fashioned recipe, which is extremely popular in Wisconsin, uses brandy in place of whiskey and lemon-lime soda instead of water for a … Scones have always been popular but these two easy recipes straight from the early 1900s make it easy to whip up the delicious treats in no time at all. When baked, ice the sides with orange water icing. Here is the recipe given a few pages later for the frappe: The following recipe makes a very delicate frappe. More coming soon — but I just wanted to post that I have finally found a Golden Rod Cake pan (as seen here)! (In the US, if the label calls it “maple syrup,” it’s supposed to be 100% pure maple. This recipe is said to be handed down from a grandmother in the early 1900’s. BROILED QUAIL. Here are my notes: Use a double boiler and cook out the roux first, beat the egg into the beer and thin the roux with this, then melt in the cheese. ONION STUFFING. MUSHROOM SAUCE. What was the Golden Rod Cake? --Pen By JIM The recipe just says “serve hot.” When looking at modern versions, though, I saw that the dish is often served on tortilla strips. Serve as a coffee cake for breakfast or with tea. Freeze to a mush, using equal parts of ice and salt. 1900s. Putting all this together, what we have is a fairly fine sponge cake, frequently with orange flavoring, shaped something like triangular ladyfingers, and sometimes used the same way (which might explain the lack of icing in Mrs. Chandler’s recipe—if you were making these for a Charlotte Russe, you wouldn’t need the icing). It would be fun to try to make them in the proper shape — does anyone know if pans like that still exist? Orange Omelet. With one pound of butter and lard cream one and one half pounds of sugar, ten eggs, two thirds of a pint of milk, juice and grating of two oranges, two pounds of cake flour, one ounce of baking powder. Other early recipes, however, do not mention the pistachios, and frequently mention orange icing. The recipe makes 3 large loaves. I have since found a tiny bit more information about this elusive cake. And then I found this photograph in the 1906 Table Talk Illustrated Cook Book: The text reads: “Two new cake forms are on the market. Fold omelet from the side of the pan over the sliced oranges, turn on a hot dish; put in the oven two minutes, and serve immediately. So, I started to do a little research on Lard, and it has some really great data on it. 1930s. We also have lots more recipes available! That Roberts Lightning Mixer looks useful, and the mayonnaise mixer… well, you’d have to make a lot of mayonnaise to make that one worth taking up space in the kitchen, but if you do make a lot of mayo, I can see that it could be helpful. Perhaps some of these menus will inspire you to add old-style Christmas food to your holiday meals this year. APPLE SALAD. Popovers are the American version of Yorkshire Pudding. In 1904-1905, they gave us these two slightly different variations: Goldenrod Cake for Charlotte Russe Moulds and Waldorf Triangles. Perhaps the word is a portmanteau of “pimiento-olives”? Bockenheim’s recipe is not terribly different from those that followed about 100 years ago. GRAPES. Here is a collection of vintage fish and seafood recipes -- including ways to prepare shellfish, oysters, clams and various types of fish. Gradually beat into these half a cup of sugar, then two tablespoonfuls of milk or orange juice, and, lastly, half a cup of sifted flour, sifted again with a level teaspoonful of baking powder and a few grains of salt. You may find it hard to read. ), so I hope I can get back to the business of recipe resurrecting. Drop carefully in long narrow strips, some distance apart, on buttered tins, and bake in a moderate oven until well risen---about thirty minutes. The concept of an old-fashioned dates back to the early 1800s and includes whiskey, bitters, cherry juice, sugar and water. On further examination of the picture, it seems possible that the “Seattle, Wash.” lettering on the booth was added to the photo after retouching. I was looking through a 1914 issue of The Boston Cooking School Magazine when this ad caught my eye: I tried the last recipe yesterday — it’s simple, and serves one, which is nice when I’m experimenting. Serve very hot. Clear Soup     Bread Sticks that had pistachios and were not orange. Raw oysters, Lobster Newburg and Broiled Quail are included alongside the roast turkey we are more familiar with at Christmas today. CAKE. 1980s. Stay tuned for a post about that one.” And you are still waiting. Cover the triangles with boiled frosting, and sprinkle with chopped pistachio nuts. The last recipe I posted about was “Enchiladas, Mexican Style” from Gebhardt’s 1936 cookbook, Mexican Cookery for American Homes. Here are links to complete e-copies of old cookbooks that can be read online and downloaded for free in PDF format, at Archive.org and Google e-books. LEMON QUEEN CAKES. It accompanies this recipe: Beat the yolks of six eggs very light; gradually beat into these half a cup of granulated sugar, then two tablespoonfuls of orange juice. Alabama was centrally located in the Cotton Belt and was called the Cotton State. Orange SherbetRoast Haunch of VenisonBarberry JellyDressed LettucePlum Pudding, Hard SaucePeach Ice Cream in Sticks Cake     Coffee. The last dinner on board the Titanic for first-class travelers before it sank on the morning of April 15, 1912, featured salmon with a mousseline sauce, filet mignon lili, lamb in a mint sauce, roast duckling with applesauce, sirloin of beef, roast squab and more. Then there is What To Cook and How To Cook It 1899, by Mrs. W. A. Johnson of Paris, Kentucky. Make an omelet of four eggs, the yolks and whites beaten separately, four tablespoonfuls of sugar, a pinch of salt, grated rind of one orange and three tablespoonfuls of orange juice, fry. (Unfortunately, Google Books doesn’t have it freely available online even though it is in the public domain. RAISINS. The government charged that the cases were illegally labeled “Crescent Mapleine” on the outside, and that those words would indicate that the product contained maple. PLUM PUDDING. COLLINS MARVA COLLINS WAY PA: ... OLD FASHIONED BREAD STUFFING FOR TURKEY. RAW OYSTERS. You can fill your rugelach with whatever you like—raspberry jam, chocolate chips, nuts, you name it. (Judging from some of my previous experiences making a very similar old-fashioned fudge recipe, they aren’t kidding when they tell you to work quickly here. First, a very sparse recipe from A Collection of Delectable Recipes: Tried and True, 1898: Eighteen ounces powdered sugar, nine ounces butter, sixteen ounces eggs, one tablespoonful vanilla, one pennyweight soda, two pennyweights cream tartar, eighteen ounces pastry flour. Throughout the 20th century, however, many homemakers made a much simpler artificial maple syrup with only three ingredients: granulated sugar, water, and the flavor extract Mapleine. You can still find sweet orange omelets here and there, but they are decidedly old-fashioned. The recipe itself is pretty straightforward; boil a sugar syrup until it “will form into a ball when dropped in cold water”—soft ball stage, 235° F–240° F. Then remove it from the heat, let it stand briefly, and then stir it against the side of the pan with a spoon, which should give you some crystallization. The University of Washington has a photo of the same booth, but not only has that area of the booth been clearly retouched in the UW copy, but there are some other small differences that make it seem likely the photos were taken at different times, so the UW photo does not necessarily confirm anything. ORANGES. 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