Tomato Soy

Here is a recipe for this relish.
Peel and chop a peck of ripe tomatoes until they are quite fine; then put them over the fire in a preserving kettle, with a half teacupful of whole cloves, the same of whole allspice, a scant teacupful of salt, a tablespoonful of black pepper, and three red peppers and five onions which have been chopped fine. Let the
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Raw Egg Salad Dressing

From 1922:

Those who do not dislike the flavor of uncooked eggs will find this dressing easily made and very good. Take two eggs and half a cup of salad oil, beat together, and then beat in the juice of half a lemon and half a teaspoonful of salt. This dressing should be freshly made, as it will not keep like mayonnaise.

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Apple Sauce Salad Dressing

Cook an apple sauce with very little water and no sugar. To a cup of hot apple sauce add from one-fourth to one-half cup of butter. Whip thoroughly. Unless apples are very sour, add the juice of half a lemon, and a little sugar if you like. Do not salt it. Whipped apple sauce will also emulsify and retain oil, but the butter dressing is the finer flavor.… Continue reading