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 Post subject: Mock Mince Pie Receipt
PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:32 am 
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Mock Mince Pie Receipt:

1/2 Cup of Molasses

2/3 Cup of Water

2/3 of Vinegar

1 Cup of Sugar

1 Cup of Bread crumbs

1 Cup of Currents

1 Tablespoon of Cloves

1 Tablespoon of Cinnamon

1 Nutmeg, grated

1 Butter size of hen egg


For four pies. Eat while hot with a spoon

* This recipe must have been a favorite of Bud Campbell's, as he carried it in his diary for many years during the late 1800's. Bud ran the Frying Pan C Brand, located a few miles east of Payson, AZ (now known as Star Valley) his wife was Rosa Dee Ellison and their daughters were Gertude and Rose. Rosa died in December 1894 at age 23. Bud was shot and killed on July 5, 1896.


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