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On Uncle Sam's Water Wagon | by Helen Watkeys Moore



500 recipes for delicious drinks, which can be made at home

TitleOn Uncle Sam's Water Wagon; 500 Recipes For Delicious Drinks, Which Can Be Made At Home
AuthorHelen Watkeys Moore
PublisherG. P. Putnam's Sons
Year1919
Copyright1919, Helen Watkeys Moore
AmazonOn Uncle Sam's Water Wagon

By Helen Watkeys Moore, Author of "Camouflage Cookery"

Dedicated To One Whose Help Has Been An Inspiration

Fig. On Uncle Sam's Water Wagon
-Foreword
The acceptance of the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States by the Legislatures of every State but three means that, after a stated date, the manufacture and sale of intoxicati...
-Tea
First scald the teapot. Allow from half to a full teaspoonful of tea to each cup, according to variety used. Pour freshly drawn boiling water over the tea, and allow to stand from three to five minute...
-Coffee
For lol the board with cups and spoons is crowned, The berries crackle and the mill turns round. Pope, Rape of the Lock. Boiled Coffee Allow one tablespoonful of finely ground coffee to one cup ...
-Chocolate
Again I drink! And lo, there seems A calmer light to fill my dreams! Mix one half tablespoonful of cornstarch with a little cold milk. Scald a quart of milk in, a double boiler, then add the cornst...
-Chocolate. Continued
Chocolate Paste Melt one half pound of chocolate with enough plain syrup to make a smooth paste. Add one half pint of evaporated milk and one half table-spoonful of vanilla extract. Keep in a covered...
-Cocoa
One sip of this Will bathe the drooping spirit in delight Beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise, And taste. Reception Cocoa Mix two tablespoonfuls of cocoa, two table-spoonfuls of sugar, one teasp...
-Milk And Malted Milk
O milk and water! Ye happy mixtures of more happy days. Byron. Milk Shake To one third glass of cracked ice, add two . thirds glass of milk, sweetened with any fruit syrup, or with a plain sugar ...
-Egg Drinks
When taken To be well shaken. Colman, the Younger. Eggnogg Beat until very light the yolk of one egg with one teaspoonful of sugar, then add the stiffly beaten white of the egg. Put in glass and ...
-Lemon And Lime
Have you sent to the apothecary for sufficient quantity of cream of tartar to make lemonade? You know I die if I have not everything in the highest style. Colman (The Elder), Man and Wife. Lemon...
-Lemon And Lime. Part 2
Soda Lemonade No. 3 To the juice of three lemons add eight lumps of sugar. Stir until thoroughly dissolved, and pour into a pitcher over a piece of ice. Add two ice-cold bottles of club soda. Serve w...
-Lemon And Lime. Part 3
Mint Lemonade Boil one cup of sugar and six cups of water twenty minutes. Add one cup of mint leaves, bruised, and let stand until cool. When cold add the juice of three lemons. Serve with cracked ic...
-Lemon And Lime. Part 4
Daytona Phosphate Mix three tablespoonfuls of lemon syrup, three tablespoonfuls of orange syrup, add one egg and five or six dashes of acid phosphate. Put in a ladleful of lemon ice and shake until v...
-Orange And Pineapple
Drink of this cup-you'll find there's a spell in Its every drop 'gainst the ills of Mortality. California Cream Put a tablespoonful of shaved ice into a glass, and pour over it three tablespoon...
-Orange And Pineapple. Part 2
Orange Punch Add the grated rind of two oranges to one pound of sugar and one pint of water. After the sugar is thoroughly dissolved boil for five minutes. Set aside to cool and then add the juice of...
-Orange And Pineapple. Part 3
Hot Orange Shake well together one egg, juice of half an orange, and two teaspoonfuls of powdered sugar. Strain into a glass and add hot water and nutmeg. Hot Orange Shake Mix in a shaker one egg...
-Orange And Pineapple. Part 4
The Tacoma Mix one tablespoonful each of pineapple, lemon, and orange syrups with one egg and four tablespoonfuls of sweet cream. Shake thoroughly, strain into a glass one fourth full of cracked ice,...
-Strawberry And Raspberry
Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did. Dr. William Butler, in Walton's Angler, Strawberry Punch Mash two quarts of strawberries, add the juice of two lemons...
-Strawberry And Raspberry. Part 2
Independence Special Mix one tablespoonful each of strawberry, pineapple, vanilla, and orange syrups. Put into a tall glass half filled with cracked ice, add three dashes of acid phosphate and enough...
-Strawberry And Raspberry. Part 3
Strawberry Grape Float Mix two tablespoonfuls of strawberry syrup, one tablespoonful of orange syrup, and one table-spoonful of vanilla syrup. Fill a glass one fourth full of cracked ice, pour over t...
-Strawberry And Raspberry. Part 4
Raspberry Egg Phosphate Break an egg into a glass with two tablespoonfuls of raspberry syrup and four tablespoonfuls of cream. Add cracked ice and a dash of acid phosphate. Fill up the glass with sod...
-Strawberry And Raspberry. Part 5
Raspberry Vinegar Syrup Pour a quart of cider vinegar over one pint of raspberries and let stand for several days. Strain through a jelly bag, add two quarts of sugar and bring to the boiling point. ...
-Fruit Drinks And Cider
Glittering squares of colored ice, Sweetened with syrop, tinctured with spice. T. B. Aldrich. Blackberry Cordial Take one quart of blackberry juice and one pound of sugar, add a tablespoonful e...
-Fruit Drinks And Cider. Part 2
Cherry Shrub Pit two quarts ripe cherries and mash. Bring to boiling point two pounds of sugar and two quarts of water, and boil ten minutes. Add the cherries, the juice of two lemons and one orange....
-Fruit Drinks And Cider. Part 3
The Seattle Mix four tablespoonfuls of raspberry syrup and four tablespoonfuls of sweet cream. Pour into a glass one fourth full of chopped ice and add a ladleful of peach ice cream. Fill up the glas...
-Fruit Drinks And Cider. Part 4
Mulled Cider No. 3 Dissolve one quarter of a pound of sugar in two pints of hot water, and add five pints of cider. Simmer gently, and when it nearly reaches the boiling point add the beaten whites o...
-Fruit Drinks And Cider. Part 5
Rhubarb Water Wash and cut in pieces three stalks of rhubarb. Pour over two cups of boiling water, and add one half cup of sugar. Cover and let stand until thoroughly cool. Strain, and serve with cra...
-Grape Juice
He bid me taste of it: and 'twas-the Grape. Rubaiyat Grape Juice No. 1 Wash grapes and stem them and put into a porcelain-lined kettle with just enough water to cover. Bring to the boiling poin...
-Grape Juice. Continued
The Baltimore Mix two tablespoonfuls of grape syrup and one tablespoonful of vanilla syrup. Add one egg. Shake well; strain into a glass one fourth full of cracked ice, and add two spoonfuls of vanil...
-Ginger And Ginger Ale
But, when the Summer's noon-day heat Invites the cooling shade, A julep sweet makes life complete, By tapering fingers made. Ginger Ale Julep Take the leaves from a few sprigs of mint and bruis...
-Fruit Punches
Fill up the bowl then, fill it high, Fill all the glasses then: for why Should every creature drink but I Why, man of morals, tell me why ? A. Cowley. Grape Ginger Punch Squeeze the juice fro...
-Fruit Punches. Part 2
Currant Punch Mash one pint of red raspberries and one quart of ripe currants in a preserving kettle, adding two quarts of cold water and two cups of granulated sugar. Stir until the sugar is dissolv...
-Fruit Punches. Part 3
Anniversary Punch Make a syrup, by boiling for ten minutes, two pounds of sugar, the grated rinds of one dozen lemons and two oranges, with one quart of water. Strain, and add immediately one glass e...
-Fruit Punches. Part 4
Angler's Punch Chop a cupful of preserved ginger very fine, grate one pineapple, and add the juice of three lemons and a pound of powdered sugar. Stir until the sugar is dissolved, and when ready to ...
-Invalid Drinks
No further service, doctor, Until I send for thee. Cymbeline. Beef Tea No. 1 Cut one pound of lean beef in small pieces. Cover with one pint of cold water, and add two level teaspoonfuls of sal...
-Invalid Drinks. Part 2
Zoolak Boil three pints of milk. Do not let scorch. When it is lukewarm add one eighth of a cup of old zoolak. Stir briskly, and let it stand for four or five hours until it is thick. Koumiss No. ...
-Invalid Drinks. Part 3
Cracker Gruel Pour a cup of boiling water over four table-spoonfuls of cracker crumbs and bring to a boil. Add a cup of milk and season with salt. Serve hot. Farina Gruel To one cup of boiling wa...
-Invalid Drinks. Part 4
Currant Jelly Water Stir a teaspoonful of currant jelly in a glass of water and add sugar to taste. When the sugar and jelly are dissolved, serve. Any fruit jelly may be used in the same way. Lime...
-Syrups
Lucent syrops, tinct with cinnamon. Keats, Eve of St Agnes Plain Syrup To six pounds of sugar add one half gallon of water. Stir until sugar is dissolved and bring to boiling point. Strain thr...
-Syrups. Part 2
Strawberry Syrup No. 2 Mix one half ounce of tartaric acid, one half ounce of essence of strawberry, and two quarts of plain syrup. Color with tincture of solferino. Stir well together and bottle. ...
-Syrups. Part 3
Blackberry Syrup Make according to the recipe for raspberry syrup. Raspberry Syrup No. 1 Mash four quarts of red raspberries, and add one and one half pints of water, and boil for five minutes. S...
-Sundaes
I always thought cold victual nice; -My choice would be vanilla ice.' Oliver Wendell Holmes, Contentment The Roslyn Into a sherbet glass place a ladleful of ice cream. Pour over strawberry syru...
-Sundaes. Continued
The Van Cortlandt Mix in a sherbet glass, two tablespoonfuls of vanilla syrup, and two tablespoonfuls of crushed strawberries. Add a little shaved ice and decorate with a spoonful of whipped cream. ...
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