Farina, six and a half ounces.
Sugar, three and a half ounces.
Pine-seeds, two ounces.
Butter, a small piece.
Milk, one quart.
A pinch of salt.
Taste of lemon peel.
Cook the farina in the milk and when it begins to thicken pour the pine-seeds, previously chopped fine and pounded with the sugar, then the butter and the rest, less the eggs which must be put in last when the mixture has completely cooled. T
hen place the whole well mixed in little molds, greased evenly with butter and sprinkled with bread crumbs ground fine, and bake.