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Colonial Food and Cooking Natalie Anantua 7C2 1D1
New England Colonies
Colonial Cooking Tools
Who was the colonial cook?
Colonial Fun Facts In Colonial times, children had to follow some very strict rules such as, not moving their mouth with any noise and the same for all their other body parts. There was not much milk in the winter. Instead the colonists used sweetened cider thinned with water. Sometimes they soaked bread in it. If you were not as wealthy as your neighbors, you would hide your fish in the cupboard when they came to visit. This is because you did not want them to think you were a cheap-o! When children thought a meal was good, they couldn’t say it was good.
Apple Pie Recipe Prep time: 30 min Cook Time: 1Hr Ready In: 1 Hr 30 min Ingredients 1 recipe pastry for a 9 in. double crust pie ½ cup unsalted butter 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour ½ cup white sugar ½ cup packed brown sugar ¼ cup water 8 Granny Smith apples- peeled, cored and sliced Directions 1. Melt butter in a sauce pan. Stir in flour to form a paste. Add white sugar, brown sugar and water; bring to a boil. Reduce temperature, and simmer 5 minutes. 2. Meanwhile, place the bottom crust in your pan. Fill with apples, mounded slightly. Cover with a lattice work crust. Gently pour the sugar and butter liquid over the crust. Pour slowly so that it doesn’t run off. 3. Bake 15 min. at 425 degrees F. Reduce the temperature to 350 degrees F, and continue baking for 35 to 45 minutes.
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