If this is not possible, use the best French coffee sold in tins.
Cut the paste into fancy shapes, bake them slightly on tins, and take them out of the oven as soon as the edges begin to brown.
Put them on tins or earthen dishes in a cool oven once or twice to harden, and keep them in paper bags hung up in the kitchen.
When done cut in neat squares, and keep in tins in a cool, dry place.
There were several of them, as you will see by the number of tins opened.
These and a couple of tins of meat she placed in one of the blankets, making a sack of it.
Bake in two tins about forty-five minutes in a moderate oven.
Modern tins, subjected to the same test, yielded the same result.
About three o'clock it was put in tins and baked in an even oven.
Sam very promptly arose from among his tins and turned on Big Jack.