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Kidney Pudding


Cut the kidneys, season, and stew them, making meantime a crust from one pound of flour, two teaspoonfulls of salt, and one of baking powder, sifted together; mix into these ingredients four ounces of finely chopped suet, (cost two cents,) make them into a paste with about one pint of cold water; use part of this to line a deep pudding dish, into which put the stewed kidneys; cover the dish with the rest of the paste, and bake it about an hour and a quarter in a regular, moderately hot oven. The pudding will cost about thirty cents.


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Twenty-Five Cent Dinners for Families of Six (1879).

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