Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | May 11, 2020

Halfe Pound Apple Pulp-A Taste of Hearth Cooking

After the apples have been sliced thin, cooked tender and stamped in a mortar and pestle for the receipt (recipe) "Past of Oringes: My Lady Howe's Receipt, take halfe a pound of apple pulp and put it to a pound and a quarter of lofe sugar.

After the thinly sliced apples have been boiled tender and stamped very fine in a mortar and pestle for the receipt (recipe) Past of Oringes: My Lady Howe’s Receipt, then take halfe a pound of apple pulp and put it to the suger (a pound and a quarter).  Due to the size of my equipment, I prepared half the receipt and pictured is a quarter pound apple pulp on three quarter pound sugar.

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