Definition of Cracker crumbs
1. Noun. Crumbs of crackers used especially for coating or thickening.
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Literary usage of Cracker crumbs
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1. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... Buckwheat Cakes without Molasses—Uses of a Pinch of Salt—Bread and Cracker Crumbs—To Save after Scorching—To Destroy Smell of Cooking Cabbage, etc. ..."
2. Practical dietetics, with reference to diet in disease by Alida Frances Pattee (1914)
"cracker crumbs and bake until crumbs are a golden brown. ... cup cracker crumbs. Melt butter and add cracker crumbs that have ..."
3. The Book of Entrées: Including Casserole and Planked Dishes by Janet McKenzie Hill (1911)
"Stir a part — less than half — of the butter into the cracker crumbs and reserve for ... Finish with cracker crumbs. Let cook until the crumbs are browned. ..."
4. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Mass Boston Cooking School (Boston, Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1905)
"Scalloped Oysters Stir one cup of fine bread crumbs (not dry, but centre of loaf) and one cup of cracker crumbs into melted butter, using from one-half to ..."
5. Practical Dietetics with Reference to Diet in Disease by Alida Frances Pattee (1916)
"cracker crumbs and bake until crumbs are a golden brown. ... cup cracker crumbs. Melt butter and add cracker crumbs that have been rolled fine. ..."
6. Miss Parloa's Kitchen Companion: A Guide for All who Would be Good Housekeepers by Maria Parloa (1887)
"For a dish that holds three pints, generous measure, use one solid quart of oysters, half a pint of cracker crumbs, three table-spoonfuls and a half of ..."
7. Quick Cooking: A Book of Culinary Heresies for the Busy Wives and Mothers of by Flora Haines Loughead (1887)
"... in bread- or cracker-crumbs, and fry in hot lard, like doughnuts. 256. Rice and Cinnamon. 1 pint cold boiled rice. 2 tablespoonfuls ground cinnamon. ..."