Image from page 722 of “American cookery” (1914)
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Title: American cookery
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Publisher: New York [etc.] : Whitney Publications [etc.]
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library
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a physiological reasonfor this. Pineapples contain a digestive prin-ciple similar to pepsin. It is of value asan aid to digestion, often overcomingintestinal troubles, and of special valuein sore throat, tonsilitis, and diphtheria;and as written by a prominent medicalman, is A Godsend to one who dis-sipates. Some Pineapple Recipes That AreDifferent Pino de Refresco In Cuba the most popular drink ismade from the pineapple as follows:—Peel one pineapple, remove the eyescarefully and cut into small pieces; putinto a metal container, and crush with awooden pestle; add a tablespoonful ofsugar, a liberal supply of cracked ice,pour into a large glass and fill up withice water. Serve with a long spoon. Pineapple Champagne Over the peelings of two pineapplespour one quart of boiling water; allowit to steep until cold, then sweeten totaste; strain, bottle, corking tight;tie down the cork and place the bottle onits side; if placed in a warm place it will(Continued oji page 728) ADVERTISEMENTS
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