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Apple Custard


  • 12 pippins
  • 1 pound of loaf sugar
  • 12 cloves
  • 1 quart of rich boiled custard


Pare and core the pippins, slice them tolerably thick, put the loaf sugar in a stew pan, with a pint of water and the cloves: boil and skim it, then put in the apples, and stew them till clear, and but little of the syrup remains; lay them in a deep dish, and take out the cloves; when the apples are cold, pour in the boiled custard; set it in water, and make it boil till the custard is set; take care the water does not get into it.


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The Virginia Housewife (1860).

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