|Author:||Murrell, John, 17th cent.|
|Title:||A daily exercise for ladies and gentlewomen. Whereby they may learne and practice the whole art of making pastes, preserues, marmalades, conserues, tartstuffes, gellies, breads, sucket candies, cordiall vvaters, conceits in sugar-vvorkes of seuerall kindes. As also to dry lemonds, orenges, or other fruits. Newly set forth, according to the now approued receipts, vsed both by honourable and vvorshipfull personages. By Iohn Murrell, professour thereof.|
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A daily exercise for ladies and gentlewomen. Whereby they may learne and practice the whole art of making pastes, preserues, marmalades, conserues, tartstuffes, gellies, breads, sucket candies, cordiall vvaters, conceits in sugar-vvorkes of seuerall kindes. As also to dry lemonds, orenges, or other fruits. Newly set forth, according to the now approued receipts, vsed both by honourable and vvorshipfull personages. By Iohn Murrell, professour thereof.
Murrell, John, 17th cent.
London: Printed [by T. Snodham] for the vvidow Helme, and are to be sould at her shop in S. Dunstans church-yard in Fleetstreet, 1617.
Printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A12 (-A1 and 12, blank?) B-G12 (-G11-12, blank?).
Imperfect: some pages stained and mutilated with some loss of print.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Cookery -- Early works to 1800.
Canning and preserving -- Early works to 1800.
TO MY MVCH HONOVRED THE TRVLY VERTVOVS, Mris. ELIZABETH BINGHAM, wife of Nicholas Bingham Esquire.
The generall Table of this Booke: Whereof the first containeth Pastes, Preserues, Marmalades, Conserues, Tartstuffes, Gellies, &c.
To make Paste of Regia against a Consumption.
To make Paste of Genua, as they doe beyond the Seas.
To make Marble Paste of Pome∣cittron, an excellent Cordiall paste.
To make Marble Paste, called the Italian Chippe.
To make Paste of Apricockes or Peare plums.
To make Paste of Pippins, after the Genua fashion, some like leaues, some like Plums, with stalkes and stones.
To make Paste of Eringus rontes.
To make an excellent greene Paste without any colouring.
To make Almond Paste.
To make Paste of Enula-cam∣pana rootes an excellent cordiall Paste, and good against the cough of the lungs.
To preserue Peare-plums greene.
To preserue other Plums greene.
To preserue Cherries.
To preserue Quinces red.
To preserue Wardens.
To preserue Pippins greene.
To preserue Pippins of the co∣lour of Amber.
To preserue Barberries red.
To preserue Barberries white.
To preserue Pippins red.
To preserue white Peare-plums.
To preserue Orenges or Lemonds rindes.
To preserue greene Peaches be∣fore they be stoned.
To preserue greene Walnuts be∣fore they be shelled.
To preserue Damsons.
To make Marmulade of Quinces.
To make rough red Marmalade of Quinces, commonly called lump-Marmalade, that shall laoke as red as any Rubie.
To make Marmulade of War∣dens a most cordiall Marmulade.
To make Marmulade of Pippins.
To make red Marmulade of Pippins, orient and cleare.
To make Dia Setonia of Quin∣ces, a cordiall for the stomack.
To make Conserue of Violets.
To make Conserue of Bar∣beries.
To make Conserue of Roses in the best manner.
To make Conserue of Gilliflowers.
To make Conserue of Cow∣slips, good against Melancholy.
To make Conserue of Damsons.
To make an excellent Tart-stuffe of Damsons, to last all the yeere.
To make an excellent Tart-stuffe of Prunes.
To make white Tart-stuffe.
To make yellow Tart-stuffe.
To make Quiddoniock.
To make Chrystall Gellie.
To preserue Lemonds to lie in quaking Gellie.
To make Gellie of Pippins of Amber colour.
To make Gellie of Pippins as orient as a Rubie.
To make Leach of diuers colours.
To make red Ginger-bread, commonly called Leach∣lumbar.
To make white Ginger∣bread.
To make Italian Bisket.
To make an excellent Bread called Ginetoes.
To make Prince Bisket.
To make French Maca∣roones.
To make Naples Bisket.
To make shell bread.
To make Countesse cakes.
To make a fine Sugar cake.
Rough Rock Candies.
To make Rock de Cittron.
To rough-Candie Orenges with Sugar.
To rough-Candie sprigs of Rosemarie.
To rough-Candie all manner of flowers in their owne colours, tastes, and smels.
To Sucket-Candie greene Lemonds.
To sucket-Candie greene Ginger.
To sucket-Candie greene Wal∣nuts, before they be sheld.
Peaches, or any other.
To make Aqua-Coelestis.
To make Cinamon Water.
To make Doctor Steuens Water.
To make Balme-water.
To make Angelica-water.
To make Wormewood water.
Conceits in Sugar-Workes.
To make March-pane Paste.
To make a March-pane, to ise, and garnish it, accor∣ding to Art.
To make any Conceit in March-pane-stuffe.
To make any other conceit as Buttons, Beades, Chaines, &c.
To make Snakes, Snailes, Frogs, Roses, Cheries, &c.
To make Shooes, Slippers, Keyes, Kniues, Gloues, &c.
To make Letters, Knots, or any other Iumball for a ban∣quet quicklie.
To make a Walnut, both shell, and Kernill.
Sugar workes of another sort.
To make Sugar plate paste.
To make paste of diuers sorts of flowers as Violets, Cow∣slips, Marigolds, Roses, Gilliflowers, &c.
To make an excellent Pennet, good against colde.
To make Cinamon stickes by Art.
To make Callishones.
To make Muscachones.
To make Muscadinaes, com∣monly called kissing-Comfits.
To make Troces, against the colde.
To make Cinamon Letters.
To make Canalones in Spices.
To make Rushilians.
To make Gentillissoes.
To make Nouellissoes.
To make Lozenges of Ʋiolets.
To dry Fruits.
To dry Orenges and Le∣monds.
To dry white Peare-Plums.
To drie blacke Pear-eplums.
To drie Pippins cleere at Amber.
To drie Apricockes orient and verie cleere.
To drie Peares without any Sugar.
Physicall Receipts ap∣proued by very wor∣thy Physitians of this Realme.
To make sirupe of Violets.
To make sirupe of Liquorce.
To make sirupe of Roses solutiue.
To make sirupe of drie Roses.
Against the trembling of the heart.
An excellent medicine against the rising of the mother, taught and tried by diuers.
An Almond milke made for the cooling of the liuer and bloud, it was taught by a Doctor of very good note, for a great personage.
A remedie against loose∣nesse of the Bodie.
Receipt to make a vomit.
ordering of Colours.
Of Colours that may be eaten.
Other Colours to colour Leach.