1903 Daly's bartenders' encyclopedia
HOW TO MIX TOM AND JERRY.
Take 18 strictly fresh eggs. Break the same into two punch bowls, the whites in one, and the yolks in the other. Then take an egg beater and beat the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth ; then add 2 spoonfuls of sugar and mix thoroughly. The yolks of the eggs are then to be beaten until they are as thin as water, after which mix the yolks and whites together and add sufficient powdered sugar to have the mixture attain the consistency of a light batter. Stir the mixture from time to time to prevent the eggs from separating.
Use a sour glass.
Squeeze the juice of one lime into it.
i small lump of ice.
i wine glass of Plymouth gin.
serve with small bar spoon. This drink was devised by the late Colonel Rickey of Kentucky, whose fame as a con- genial friend and dispenser of hospitality, as
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