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Bishop a la Prusse

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Before a Fire or in a Hot Oven roast 6 large Oranges until they are of a light brown color, and then place them in a deep dish and scatter over them ½ lb. of Granulated Sugar and pour on 1 pint of Port or Claret Wine. Then cover the dish and set aside for 24 hours before the time to serve.

When about ready for the service, set the dish in boiling water; press the Juice from the Oranges with a large spoon or wooden potato masher and strain the Juice through a fine seive or cheese cloth. Then boil 1 pint of Port or Claret and mix it with the Strained Juice.

Serve in stem Claret glasses while warm. A little Nutmeg on top improves the drink, but should not be added unless requested by customer or guest.

Tom and Jerry

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Make a batter by separating the yolks from whites of a given number of Eggs; beating the whites to a stiff froth and stirring the yolks until very thin. Then mix together in a Tom and Jerry bowl, stirring in Bar Sugar slowly until the batter is stiff and serve as follows:

Fill Tom and Jerry Mug ¼ full of Batter.
½ jigger Rum.
½ jigger Brandy.

Stir well with Bar spoon; fill up with Hot Water; stir more; grate Nutmeg on top and serve.

Whiskey Scotch Hot

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

1 lump Sugar dissolved in Hot Whiskey glass.
1 jigger Scotch Whiskey.

Fill up with Hot Water.
1 slice Lemon Peel.

Stir and serve with Nutmeg sprinkled on top.

Eagle Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Into a Hot Water glass drop:
1 lump Cut Loaf Sugar and dissolve in little Hot Water, crashing with muddler.
½ jigger Bourbon Whiskey.
½ jigger Rye Whiskey.

Fill up with boiling Water; twist a piece of Lemon Peel and grate Nutmeg on top and serve.

English Bishop Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Roast an Orange before a fire or in a hot oven. When brown cut it in quarters and drop the pieces, with a few Cloves, into a small porcelain-lined or agate vessel, and pour in 1 quart of hot Port Wine. Add 6 lumps Cut Loaf Sugar and let the mixture simmer over the fire for 30 minutes. Serve in Stem glasses with Nutmeg grated on top.