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From MRS. MARGARET M. RATCLIFFE, of Arkansas, Alternate Lady Manager.
One pint of milk; three eggs, well beaten; salt; one large spoon of
butter; half a teacup of yeast, and as much flour as will make a thick
batter. Pour into a cake pan and place in a warm spot to rise. Bake in
moderate oven. When done, cut with sharp knife crosswise twice,
pouring over each part drawn butter. Replacing the parts, cut then
like cake, serving at once while hot. This is a great favorite with
Southerners.

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HAM TOAST. MRS. E. SEFFNER.

Chop lean ham (the refuse bits); put in a pan with a lump of butter
the size of an egg, a little pepper, and two beaten eggs. When well
warmed, spread on hot buttered toast.

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Ham Toast

One-fourth pound of either boiled or fried ham; chop it fine, mix with

the yolks of two eggs well beaten; one tablespoonful butter, enough

cream or milk to make it soft, a little pepper; stir this over the fire

until it thickens, dip toast into hot salted water for just an instant,

spread with melted butter, then turn over the ham mixture. Dried beef

may be substituted, adding, if fancied, a little chopped onion or

parsley.

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Ham Toast

Grind or chop enough Armour's Star Ham to make a cupful, using a little

of the fat. Melt one tablespoon of butter in a sauce pan and add one

tablespoon of flour. As soon as blended add one and one third cups of

milk. When slightly thickened add the ham and the whites of two

hard-boiled eggs which have been mashed with fork. Season with salt,

pepper, and pour over round slices of toast which have been placed on

hot platter. Grate the yolks of eggs and sprinkle over the top. Garnish

with parsley.--MRS. G. F. JONES, 79 WASHINGTON ST., PORTLAND, MAINE.

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Ham Toast

Mince a little left-over boiled ham very finely. Warm it in a pan with a

piece of butter. Add a little pepper and paprika. When very hot pile on

hot buttered toast. Any left-over scraps of fish or meat may be used up

in a similar way, and make an excellent savory to serve with a green

salad.

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Ham Toasts

Cut slices of dressed ham, and thin slices of bread, or French roll, of

the same shape; fry it in clarified butter; make the ham hot in cullis,

or good gravy, thickened with a little floured butter. Dish the slices

of ham on the toast; squeeze the juice of a Seville orange into the

sauce; add a little pepper and salt; and pour it over them.









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