"Put in a saucepan one-half onion, a little leek, a piece of butter the size of two eggs, and let simmer slowly. Add one cup of flour, and simmer a little more.
"Put in the stems of cauliflower and one quart of milk. Boil until done, and strain through a sieve. Put in pot, add one gill of cream, and piece of sweet butter, and stir well until butter is melted. Add salt and a little Cayenne pepper.
"Cut the heart of the cauliflower in small flowers. Boil in salt water until soft, and add before serving."
More "Lost" Soup Recipes from San FranciscoSan Francisco Old-Time Minestrone Soup (1867)
Old-Style San Francisco French Onion Soup (1884)
(Origin - "The 1910 Hotel St Francis Cook Book" by Victor Hirtzler, "San Francisco's Legendary Master Chef." Republished in 1988 by Windgate Press.)
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