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The Grocer's Encyclopedia is also know as:

The Encyclopedia of Food and Beverage
by Artemas Ward
New York, 1911.

Provided by the Michigan State University Libraries:
http://digital.lib.msu.edu/projects/cookbooks/html/books/book_63.cfm (includes full text, images, and PDF format)

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To make this list the most useable, all text had to be converted to lower-case. Some tables with useful other topics were deleted.

There is a separate wine list toward the end of the book that had to be deleted in order to complete this list. Those entries should be re-added at a future date, but will require more work to wikilink.

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  1. blue lick springs — see general article on table and medicinal mineral waters.
  2. blue lick — from blue lick springs, ky. contains sulphur and salt and possesses cathartic properties.
  3. bokert — from Bokert Springs, De Soto county, Missouri. used in the treatment of kidney trouble.
  4. borated fish — fish preserved by boracic acid; largely imported from Norway.
  5. boulogne sausage or saucisse de boulogne — finely minced lean beef and clear salt bacon, spiced, ...
  6. braised beef or beef ã la mode — generally part of the "round," boiled with ...
  7. brandied cheese — old cream-cheese mixed and potted with brandy. se{illegible} on cheese.
  8. brandied — strong old cheese, ground or rolled fine, and mixed with brandy. a full-cream cheese, ...
  9. brussels "mosaic" sausage — a very showy item. its basis is sausage meat of about two-thirds ...
  10. buffalo lithia — from buffalo lithia springs, va. contains sulphuric anhydride, lithia, etc. used in the ...
  11. buffalo lithia — see mineral waters.
  12. canary wine — a gold colored wine resembling madeira, made in the canary islands, principally on ...
  13. cette wines — "burgundy," "port," "vermouth," etc., exported from cette, an important city on the French ...
  14. chili colorado sauce — a bottled sauce made of Mexican sweet red pepper pods finely minced ...
  15. clam bouillon — or clam broth: an excellent article when put up by reliable firms. drunk ...
  16. class no — 1 may be subdivided into the following styles:
  17. clysmic — from waukesha, wis. a sparkling table water of which calcium carbonate is the chief ...
  18. clysmic — see general article on table and medicinal mineral waters.
  19. cocoanut candy — sugar, corn syrup and cocoanut, cooked in open stirring kettles, run out on ...
  20. cocoanut oil soap contains no other ingredients than the oil expressed from cocoanut flesh — and ...
  21. colhommier — a small brie cheese five to six inches in diameter and one inch in ...
  22. compressed vegetables — vegetables evaporated at a comparatively low temperature, from 120â° to 140â° fahr., until ...
  23. cordon rouge — "red ribbon": a culinary distinction granted by an English society to clever cooks, ...
  24. cracknel or egg biscuit — a high-class plain biscuit made in various shapes, all thicker than ...
  25. crescents — (1) rolls of vienna bread dough in crescent shape; (2) shapes of genoese cake ...
  26. croustades — are cases or shells of biscuit or pastry composition, made in various shapes and ...
  27. dendang — a local name for the sun dried meat of the east indies.
  28. desiccated or dried soups — there are two main classes of desiccated or dried soups, put ...
  29. digestibility of foods — see food values.
  30. dunfish — see sub-head in article on cod.
  31. english dairy — a very hard cheese, prepared in about the same way as cheddar, but ...
  32. erbswurst — an important army ration, originated in Germany. it consists of a mixture of pea-pulp, ...
  33. fairy clubs and corals — the genus clavariaccae includes a number of fleshy, club-shaped and coral-like ...
  34. feme sole trader — is the legal term applied to a woman who secures a license ...
  35. first group — articles easy of digestion and most suitable for the dyspeptic.
  36. floating soap owes its low specific gravity to the air beaten into the hot soap — ..
  37. florence oil — a title sometimes used for high grade olive oil (which see).
  38. food values — the foods we eat, their characters, comparative values and digestibility. there is much yet ...
  39. foots — the settling in oil, sugar, honey or molasses casks. all scrapings of sugar hogsheads ...
  40. frankfort pork sausage — coarse-chopped lean and fat pork and ham, flavored with spices, garlic and ...
  41. fricadellen — trimmings of lean pork or other meat, chopped moderately fine, mixed with flour paste, ...
  42. friedrichshall — from saxony, Germany. contains sodium, magnesium and calcium. used as a tonic and mild ...
  43. friedrichshall — see article on table and medicinal mineral waters.
  44. fruit concrete — of lemons and oranges, is a term sometimes applied to terpeneless essential oils.
  45. garden balm — balm mint, lemon balm: an aromatic herb of the mint family, with, generally, ...
  46. gedort — a Norwegian cheese, small in size and solid in form, wrapped in foil.
  47. general directions — dyspeptics should observe great regularity in the hours of meals--any changes in the ...
  48. goose liver sausage — principally finely minced parboiled calf's liver and pork, roasted in butter and ...
  49. grape syrup — formerly a popular item, is grape juice evaporated to syrup consistence.
  50. grecque — a sieve or apparatus placed in coffee pots for holding the grounds. the term ...
  51. green kern — is dried green wheat. it is used chiefly for soups and in stews.
  52. green sloke — a green-spored seaweed of the same type as laver (which see).
  53. griskin — of pork: the loin, the choicest lean part of the hog.
  54. gum work — candy cooked in large melting kettles, then molded in impressions made in starch, ...
  55. hathorn — see saratoga.
  56. hog and hominy — a recent addition to the list of canned goods. the title given ...
  57. hunyadi janos — from budapest, hungary. contains sodium and magnesium sulphates and possesses cathartic properties.
  58. hunyadi janos — see article on table and medicinal mineral waters.
  59. jelly powders — consist generally of powdered gelatine, sweetened and artificially flavored and colored. the most ...
  60. johannis-lithia — from zollhaus, rhenish prussia. contains an average of two grains of lithia to a ...
  61. kai apple — a large south African fruit which makes a very good preserve.
  62. kilkies — see matter under title of sprats.
  63. kirschmuss — a thick unsweetened jelly made from the juice of sweet black cherries, in common ...
  64. kosher gouda — made for Jewish trade and bearing a special stamp for identification. it resembles ...
  65. lamb's fries — lamb's testicles. they should be parboiled, cut in halves and skinned, before seasoning ...
  66. lard-oil — a valuable lubricant for machinery. if of good quality, it is pale-yellowish or nearly ...
  67. leicestershire sauce — see general article on sauces.
  68. lemon syrup — if of the first quality, consists of lemon juice, fresh lemon peel and ...
  69. limitations — statute of. on account of the frailty of human memory and the uncertainty attached ...
  70. liquid measure — see tables of weights and measures in appendix.
  71. lucca oil — a trade name for fine olive oil (which see).
  72. Lyonnaise sausage — principally pork--four parts of finely minced lean and one or two parts of ...
  73. maigre — a term applied in cookery to dishes prepared without meat, poultry or game, and ...
  74. malt bread — see sub-head in general article on bread.
  75. mango pepper — a mild sweet pepper, yellow and waxy in appearance, highly esteemed in the ...
  76. mannacroup — or manna groats: a kind of semolina or farina (which see). another more expensive ...
  77. marrons — a variety of chestnut extensively cultivated in France and Italy. they are best known ... (The article that is here is currently about a crayfish. Perhaps a dab is in order)
  78. may-pop — the fruit of a small variety of the passion vine, growing wild in the ...
  79. meat pastes — are used for sandwiches and similar purposes. see potted meats.
  80. melon d'orpagon — or petit melon d'orpagon: a tiny seedless green melon about the size of ...
  81. melon thistle — melocactus: a cactus which takes its name from the resemblance of many varieties ...
  82. menauta — a rich soft French cheese, imported generally in small round tins.
  83. Mexican strawberry — the fruit of a member of the echinocactus or hedgehog cactus family, of ...
  84. molasses sugar — a trade term for the sugar obtained by boiling the molasses separated in ...
  85. moor-fowl — a bird of the grouse family, also known as the red grouse. it is ...
  86. noyau — see general article on liqueurs.
  87. nut oils — many varieties of nuts yield oils of value as food and medicine and ...
  88. nutrose — a food prepared, principally for invalids, by the action of alkali on the dried ...
  89. oleo oil — is the oil obtained from animal fat, especially beef fat, by the removal ...
  90. open fire candy — candies cooked in open kettles over furnace fires of coke, and pulled ...
  91. orange extract — is made in the same ways as lemon extract (which see), and the ...
  92. orangeat — a term applied both to candied orange peel and to orangeade.
  93. outing supplies — when the summer approaches it is well for the retailer to bear in ...
  94. pan work — various forms of candy, nuts, etc., coated with sugar in revolving copper kettles ...
  95. paprika which see is a Hungarian red pepper made from the flesh only of a — ..
  96. Parisian sausages or saucisses parisiennes — fat shoulder pork, chopped moderately fine, stuffed into medium sized ...
  97. peach water — is produced by bruising fresh and peach leaves into a pulp with water, ...
  98. peanut meal and flour — consist of ground peanuts from which the greater part of the ...
  99. peanut roasters — are seen in increasing numbers in groceries. they are now made so handsomely ...
  100. pepper-dulse — a pungent seaweed used in salads in some parts of scotland.
  101. perfumed lye — a superior grade of lye in finely powdered, perfumed form.
  102. petite marmite — a famous French soup, now retailed in canned form, which consists of beef ...
  103. picnic goods — see general article under the heading of outing supplies.
  104. pineapple cheese — a hard cheese of cheddar style and attractive appearance. see sub-head in general ...
  105. piney tallow — an oleo-resinous substance obtained from the fruit of vateria indica, a tree common ...
  106. Poland springs — see article on table and medicinal mineral waters.
  107. potato syrup — in Europe, an important commercial product, obtained by imperfect hydrolysation of potato-starch. it ...
  108. potted cheese — a domestic cheese generally made by grinding well ripened cheese very fine, mixing ...
  109. poultry seasoning — a preparation of spices and herbs ready mixed for use in stuffing fowls. ...
  110. printanier soup — or consommé printanier: is a consommé (see article on soups) containing a variety ...
  111. pullna — a strongly purgative bohemian water.
  112. racahout — racahout des arabes: originally an Arabian beverage, made from roasted acorn meal, sweetened with ...
  113. raisin wine — is extensively made in Europe by the fermentation of an infusion of raisins, ...
  114. raisinée — a French jam of thin, almost syrupy, consistence, made by simmering fruit in sweet ...
  115. rhens — an effervescent, mildly alkaline table water from rhens-on-the-rhine. (The article is about a town.)
  116. richfield springs — from richfield springs, n. y. contains sulphur and is used in the treatment ...
  117. rognons de coq — an euphemistic name for fowl's testicles, sold in bottles in fancy grocery ...
  118. rolled wheat — the grain milled like rolled oats.
  119. rollepohse or george sausage — finely minced rather fat beef and bacon, spiced, filled into bags ...
  120. rose-leaf jam — or candied rose leaves: consists of rose leaves or petals heavily sugared. the ...
  121. rubinat-condal — from the Spanish pyrenees. the principal ingredient is sodium, with minor quantities of magnesium ...
  122. salmi — a stew in which any kind of game, or domestic duck or gosling, is ...
  123. saloop — a tea made of sassafras chips or aromatic herbs, drunk with milk and sugar. ...
  124. saltstangen — a German cake or roll covered with poppy seeds.
  125. samples by mail — samples of general merchandise, other than those mentioned later as exceptions, packed ...
  126. sand soaps — quite generally used in philadelphia and baltimore, form a separate type. they are ...
  127. saponifier — (1) any compound used in soap-making to convert fatty acids into soap. (2) a ...
  128. sardelle sausages — principally lean pork, together with some bacon and anchovies (sardelles), spiced, stuffed into ...
  129. sauter — a form of frying. see general article on cookery.
  130. schiedam schnapps — fine gin of schiedam distillation. see gin.
  131. schweitzer kase — see general article on cheese.
  132. scoops — it is economy to buy only good, strong scoops capable of standing plenty of ...
  133. scrub cloths — a modern commercial development is the manufacture of cheap towels of specially absorbent ...
  134. second group — articles moderately easy of digestion, but only admissible in the less severe cases ...
  135. sharon springs — from sharon springs, n. y. a sulphur water used for the treatment of ...
  136. shellbark — a variety of hickory, so titled because the old trees "shell off" their bark ...
  137. sherry cobbler — a mixture of sherry, lemon, sugar, water and ice.
  138. silver polish — there are a great many silver polishes on the market--pastes, powders, soaps and ...
  139. soakage — an allowance made on articles packed in brine, in the shape of an extra ...
  140. soft fruits — a trade term including strawberries, raspberries, fresh currants, blackberries, rhubarb, etc.
  141. soujee — or sujee: an Anglo-Indian name for a kind of semolina or farina (which see) ...
  142. specialties — under this head may be included any lines, whether or not capable of classification ...
  143. spotfish — a deep-bodied southern fish resembling a bass, which takes its name from a well ...
  144. st. galmier — an effervescent table water form st. galmier, canton of loire, France. the principal ...
  145. starch gloss — starch polish, etc.: are preparations designed to give a glossy finish to starched ...
  146. stir-about — a colloquial Irish term for thick gruel formed of mixed oatmeal and cornmeal, or ...
  147. stove polish — is based on ceylon plumbago or graphite. the old-fashioned sticks or cakes have ...
  148. summer drinks — under this head come such articles of the retailer's stock as root-beer extract, ...
  149. swells (canned goods) — a commercial term applied to cans of food of any kind which ...
  150. tally trade — the English name for the "installment" system of payment.
  151. tar soap contains from 5% to 10% tar — the unpleasant odor being usually disguised by ...
  152. taunus spring — see article on table and medicinal mineral waters, sometimes used as a class name for a number of mineral waters from ...
  153. third group — articles difficult of digestion. few of the articles contained in this group should ...
  154. Thuringian red sausage — principally, moderately fat pork; also scraped pig-skin, salted tongue or heart, liver ...
  155. tolu — a fragrant, pale brown balsam, or gum, gathered from a tropical south American tree, ... (Article is about a city. No dab or definition of this term.)
  156. tongue sausage — chiefly tongue in small pieces, with the addition of some pork, chopped to ...
  157. tous-les-mois — the edible root of a kind of canna, which is sometimes used as a ...
  158. unstrained soups are thick soups such as mutton broth — oxtail soup, vegetable soup, etc.
  159. valencias — see under first sub-head in general article on raisins. (Link redirects to Valencia, Spain)
  160. violet extract — essential oil of violets (see perfumery) in an alcoholic solution.
  161. violet sugar — white cut, or "lump," sugar containing violet extract and an occasional petal, the ...
  162. Virginian colin — another name for the virginian or American quail. see article on quails.
  163. washing preparations — under this head may be classed every article sold to take the place ...
  164. Westphalia cheese — see sub-head in article on cheese.
  165. Westphalia ham — see ham.
  166. westphalia sour milk — a hard sour-milk cheese, flavored by the addition of butter and caraway ...
  167. Westphalian sausage — generally equal quantities of lean beef and fat pork in very small dice, ...
  168. white sulphur springs — from white sulphur springs, w. va. a sulphur water employed in the ...
  169. white sulphur springs — see sub-head in article on table and medicinal mineral waters.
  170. window displays — as a business-bringing medium the important value of a well-dressed show window is ...
  171. yellow soap — rosin soap or bar soap owes its color to the large quantity of ...
  172. yellow sulphur springs — from yellow sulphur springs, va. a cathartic water containing lime salts and ...
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