James A. Landau
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Mon Jul 22 13:15:58 UTC 2002
Not "hamantaschen" but still interesting.
_The Jewish Manual_ "edited by a Lady [pseudonym for Lady Judith Montefiore]"
London: T. & W. Boone, 1846. Reprinted by Nightingale Books, New York, 1983,
Take two spoonful [sic] of the best Florence oil, scald it, and when
hot, mix with it one pound of flour, add four beaten eggs and make it into a
paste, roll it out thin and cut it into pieces about four inches square, let
them dry and fry them in oil; the moment the pieces are put in [page 124] the
frying pan, they must be drawn up with two silver skewers into different
forms according to fancy; a few miniutes is sufficient to fry them, they
should be crisp when done.
- James A. Landau
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