Help With An Old Recipe

Baking By scadbee Updated 7 Jun 2022 , 1:37pm by -K8memphis

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scadbee Posted 6 Jun 2022 , 3:28am
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I have a recipe - I’m not even sure what time period - I would guess 1950s or 60s. One of the ingredients is “bunice.” Any ideas of what this might be?

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ReginaCoeliB Posted 6 Jun 2022 , 2:45pm
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Maybe a misspelled butter? What is the recipe about...? How much "bunice" do they use? Is the recipe coming from a foreign background, German, French, African, Middle Eastern, Hispanic?

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-K8memphis Posted 7 Jun 2022 , 1:37pm
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scadbee, to respond, start a new thread -- new members can't respond to threads for like 30 days -- it's a spam protection thing or something -- so please start a new thread and all will follow -- thanks

interesting question!

and how is bunice used in the recipe?

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