Pare, core, and quarter a dozen large juicy pippins. Strew among them the yellow peel of a large lemon pared very thin; and stew them till tender, in a very small portion of water.
When done, mash them smooth with the
back of a spoon; (you must have a pint and a half of the stewed Apple;) mix a quarter of a pound of sugar with them, and set them away till cold.
Beat six eggs very light and stir them gradually into a quart of rich milk, alternately with the stewed Apple.
Put the mixture into cups, or into a deep dish, and bake it about twenty minutes. Send it to table cold, with nutmeg grated over the top.
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