Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | December 11, 2020

The Quince-A Taste of Hearth Cooking

Quince are very rough and astringent, even raw; they cool and strengthen the Stomach, remove Nauseousness, and stop Fluxes of the Belly; raw Quinces cause the Colick, Wind, and bad Digestion; therefore 'tis proper to boil them, and sweeten them with Sugar.er

Quince are very rough and astringent, even raw; they cool and strengthen the Stomach, remove Nauseousness, and stop Fluxes of the Belly; raw Quinces cause the Colick, Wind, and bad Digestion; therefore ’tis proper to boil them, and sweeten them with Sugar.  This is from The Physical Virtues of all Sorts of Garden-Roots and Herbs, Adam’s Luxury and Eve’s Cookery, 1744.  The next receipt (recipe) to be featured is Quince Cream.

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