Here’s an shortening substitute you don’t see too often.
Ah, more cooking devices we need to discuss.
Enjoyed by the heirs of Vikings and Patriots alike.
The latter recipe is literally what the name describes.
Not pressing the grapes was standard advice back then.
“The delicious, wholesome milk dessert.”
Featured in the fruit salad.
Apples, celery, banana, and dressing.
“The most important thing is to have a tray look dainty and attractive.”
A 17th century sauce with a (probably) 20th century name.
A mounted butter sauce with lemon juice and eggs.
Drawn, but in this case, not clarified.