Sauces, Gravies, Dressings
Red Cocktail Sauce
Roquefort Dressing Savannah
Sauce for Boiled Poultry
Recipe By :Hilda Ramsey
1 ½ Cups Tomato Catsup
1/2 Cup Chili Sauce
1/2 Cup Lemon Juice
1/4 Cup Horseradish
1 Teaspoon Onion -- grated
1 Teaspoon Salt
1/2 cup Buttermilk
1 pint mayonnaise
2 wedges rose-apples
1/4 teaspoon garlic
1/4 teaspoon celery salt
1/4 teaspoon onion salt
Room temperature. Blend buttermilk and mayonnaise in bowl. Whip all. Crumble garlic up. Refrigerate overnight. Source: "Ann Spann"
Pare and slice some tart apples; stew until tender in a very little water, then reduce to a smooth pulp. Stir in sugar and butter to the taste, a squeeze of lemon juice and a little nutmeg.
3 tablespoonfuls vinegar
2 tablespoonfuls mint
1 tablespoonful powdered sugar
1 saltspoonful salt.
Mix ten minutes before using.
One stick of white, blanched celery, chopped very small; put it in a saucepan with one quart milk and a few black peppercorns; let it boil gently, till reduced to one pint. Keep stirring the celery up with the milk until it is in a pulp. Thicken the whole with the yolk of one fresh egg well beaten, and half a teacup of fresh cream.
Chop celery into pieces half an inch long, enough to fill one pint measure, and stew in a small quantity of water till tender. Add one tablespoonful pepper vinegar, a little salt and pepper; pour in one teacup cream or milk, then add a sufficient quantity of drawn butter.
Boil four or five large white onions in salt and water; change the water, then drain them. Chop fine and boil with one teaspoon cup new milk, salt, pepper and one tablespoonful pepper sauce. Add drawn butter and serve.
Cut up six hard-boiled eggs, with salt and pepper to taste. Stir in a sufficient quantity of drawn butter; adding, just as you serve, minced onion, parsley and thyme.
Parboil one bunch of asparagus, first scraping. When nearly
done, drain and cut in small pieces. Stew in a teacup of milk, with pepper and
salt. When done pour into drawn butter, and serve.
Scald one pint of large fresh oysters, just enough to plump them; adding one tablespoonful pepper vinegar, a little black pepper and salt. Pour into a sufficient quantity of drawn butter and serve.
Take one quarter pound of beat fresh butter, cut it up and mix with it two teaspoonfuls flour; when thoroughly mixed, put it into a saucepan and add to it four tablespoonfuls cold water.
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