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Of Another Sort

This is an excerpt from Ouverture de Cuisine
(France, 1604 - Daniel Myers, trans.)
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Of another sort. Take the white bread dough of a baker, that the dough has risen, & make the dough long, that it is not more thick than half a little finger, & longer than a hand, & grease it well with melted butter, & dust it with powdered sugar, & roll the dough the one against the other, & cut this dough the length of two fingers, & flatten the dough with your hand, & put it on a greased paper, & sugar on top, & put it to cook into the oven, when cooked, sprinkle with sugar & cinnamon on top, serve in three or four to a plate.


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