Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | May 19, 2020

Stir in the Mortar-A Taste of Hearth Cooking

After the juice of 2 to 3 Seville oranges has been added for the receipt (recipe) "Past of Oringes: My Lady Howe's Receipt" stir it in the mortar till it looks white.

After the juice of 2 to 3 Seville oranges has been added for the receipt (recipe) Past of Oringes: My Lady Howe’s Receipt then stir it in the mortar till it looks white.  The color of my mixture in the mortar never looked “white” to me in color.

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  1. I am enjoying following this receipt as you post step by step during the pandemic! Should be delicious! A good combination of your Seville oranges and apples from the pantry that should be used up. MMM!

    • Thank you! And my next receipt to post uses the rest of the preserved plums from the January 2020 class!


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