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How To Make Cream Soups
Cream soups are all made by blending two tablespoons of butter with two
tablespoons of flour and then adding slowly one cu

Veal Sandwiches
May be prepared as above, or slice the veal in thin slices and spread
with mustard.
BOILED, SMOKED, OR PICKLED TONGU

Vegetables



Vegetables should be cooked in as little water as possible; the better

way is to steam them. S

Dumplings For Cream Soups
Scald some flour with milk or water, mix in a small piece of butter and
salt, and boil until thick. When cool beat in yolk

Okra



This vegetable grows in almost every state in the Union and is used

extensively in soups. When

Soup



"The best soups are made with a blending of many flavors. Don't be

afraid of experimenting wit

Pot Boilings
Water in which meat of fish has been boiled should never be thrown
away, as it forms an excellent foundation for many soup

Soup Stock

The word stock when used in cooking means the foundation or

basis upon which soups and sauces depend; it is

Fish Stock
Vegetables and Peppercorns--1d.
Fish for nearly all dishes is better if boned before cooking; it is
also economy to

Remarks On Soups





Soups, like salads, present an excellent opportunity for the cook to

display goo

Cream Of Celery



Take of the coarser parts of celery as much as will make two heads, wash

and cut in pieces, pu

Leeks



Leeks are generally used to flavor soups, sauces and salads and are

seldom brought to the tabl

Potato Soup



Take four large potatoes, peel and boil them tender in water, mash very

fine with a small tabl

No. 18. White Villeroy
Ingredients: Butter, flour, eggs, cream, nutmeg, white stock.
Make a light-coloured roux by frying two ounces of butter a

General Rules For A Good Dinner



There should be always two soups, white and brown, two fish, dressed and

undressed; a bouilli

Dinner For Twelve Or Fourteen Persons



FIRST COURSE.



White Soups,

Lamb Cutlet

Thickenings For Soups And Sauce



Pearl barley is invaluable for thickening soups, sauces, etc.



It should be strai

Shallots



The bulbs are more delicate than onions, and are used to flavor soups,

salads, dressings and s

Cream Of Cucumbers



Peel and cut into slices four cucumbers and one small white onion, put

in a saucepan with enou

Broth Or Soup Stock



(Brodo)



To obtain good broth the meat must be put in cold water, and then


Essence Of Celery



Steep an ounce of celery seed in half a pint of brandy, or vinegar. A

few drops of this will g

Glaze

Glaze is made from rich soup stock, boiled down until it forms a

dark, strong jelly. It is used in coloring

Raisin Stuffing
Take three cups of stale bread crumbs; add one-half a cup of melted
chicken fat, one cup of seeded raisins cut in small pi

Caramel For Coloring Soups



Melt 1 cup white sugar in a saucepan till it is dark; add slowly 1 cup

cold water, stirring br

Spinach Green.
Pound to a pulp in a mortar a handful of spinach, and squeeze it
through a hair sieve; then put it into a cup or jar, and

Parsley



Parsley is the prime favorite of the garnishes. Its pretty curled leaves

are used to decorate

Green Peppers
Sweet green peppers, within the last ten years have gained a place in
cookery in this country. Their flavor is depended on

Chervil Salad



Clean the leaves thoroughly in cold water and shake to drain. Serve with

French salad dressing

Egg Dumplings For Soups
Rub the yolks of two hard-boiled eggs to a smooth paste, add a little
salt and grated nutmeg and one-half teaspoon of melt

Squash Soup



To one quart of thoroughly cooked pumpkin or squash allow two quarts of

milk, plenty of butter

Glaze



Soak in a small jar the contents of a tin of Nelson's Extract of Meat in

rather less than a gi

Croutons

Croutons, or fried bread crumbs for soups, are prepared in this

way:--Cut slices of stale home-made bread ha

Noodles



Beat the yolks of two eggs with a little salt and one tablespoonful of

cold water and stir in

Creole Soup
This is the foundation or sauce for many fish and vegetable cream
soups.
1 quart milk
1 teaspoon salt
1

Left-over Meat
There are many ways to utilize left-over meat.
Indeed, not one particle of meat should ever be wasted.
Cold roasts o

Black Currant Syrup



Pick from the stems and mash them, a few at a time, in a bowl or granite

saucepan with a potat

Coloring For Sauces Soups Etc



Melt a quarter of a pound of granulated sugar in a spider, cook until it

is a very dark, rich

To Stew Mushrooms



Muse, sing the man that did to Paris go,

That he might taste their soups and _mushroom

Leeks



With carrots red, and turnips white,

And _leeks_, Cadwallader's delight,



Pate A Chou For Soups



Put a gill of milk and an ounce of butter into a saucepan over the fire;

when it comes to the

Cream Soups
2 cups beans
2 tablespoons finely cut onion
2 tablespoons finely cut bacon
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon

To Draw Good Gravy.

Cut some gravy beef into small pieces, put them in a jar, and set it
in a saucep

Smoked Beef.
As there are seldom conveniences in private kitchens for smoking
meats, it will generally be the best and cheapest plan to

Kitchen Bouquet
Plain burned sugar (caramel) may be used to color soups and sauces, thus
saving the trouble of browning the flour or butte

Barley, Tapioca, Sago, Etc
Add one teaspoon of salt to one quart of boiling water and pour
gradually on one-half cup of barley or other hard grain an

Marrow Dumplings For Soups

Grate the crust of a breakfast roll, and

break the remainder into crumbs; soak these in cold milk; drain, an

Nut Hash



Nut hash is a good breakfast dish. Chop fine cold boiled potatoes and

any other vegetable whic

Plain Short Crust.
Put half a pound of fresh butter to a pound of flour, add the yolks of
two eggs and a little powdered sugar, mix into a pa

Dried Celery And Parsley



If you ever use celery, wash the leaves,

stalks, roots and trimmings, and put them in a cool o

Pleasing Variations



Stock made thus can be simply reheated or changed to any desired kind of

soup by the addition

Irish Stew
Cut one and one-half pounds of lamb into small pieces. Dredge each piece
of meat in flour. Brown in the frying-pan. Put in

Potato And Celery Balls



1 pound mashed potatoes.

1 middling-sized head of celery.

1 ounce butter or

Soups

Bran tea, made in the proportion of a pint of bran to three quarts of

water, is used by many vegetarians as

Meat Jelly For Sauces



Every sort of dish requires good sauce, and for every sauce it is

absolutely necessary to have

Seasoning For Soups And Brown Sauces



Salt a bullock's liver, pressing it thoroughly with a great weight for

four days. Take ginger

Soups And Chowders
Stock is the basis of all soups made from meat, and is really the
juice of the meat extracted by long and gentle simmering

Beef Stock
Leg of Beef--9d.

Vegetables--1d.

Total Cost--10d.

The bone in this meat should be chop

Haricot Bean Soup
1 lb. Haricot Beans--4d.

2 Onions

1/2 pint of Milk

2 quarts Bone Stock--1 1/2d.


White Cucumber Sauce.
Take out the seeds of some fresh young cucumbers, quarter them, and
cut them into pieces of two inch lengths, let them lay

Stock From Bones (no. 2)
The bones from all joints of meat, whether roasted or boiled, make
excellent stock. Beef bones are the best, but very good

Cherry Soup
This soup is a summer soup and is to be eaten cold. Cook two tablespoons
of sago in one cup of boiling water until tender,

Stock Or ConsommÉ.
This is the basis of all kinds of soup and sauces. Shin of beef or
ox-cheek make excellent stock, although good gravy-beef

Forcemeat Balls For Sauces



To make forcemeat balls for soups, without grease, commonly called

quenelles, soak the crumb o

Lentil Soup
1 lb. Split Lentils--2d.

1/2 oz. Butter--1d.

3 Onions and 2 doz. Peppercorns

1 teaspo

Soup



The value of soup as food cannot be overestimated.



In times of scarcity and dist

Veal Stock
Knuckle of Veal

Peppercorns and Vegetables

Total Cost--10d.

The butcher should chop th

Dried Beans
Look the beans over carefully to remove all dirt and pebbles, then wash
clean. Soak them overnight in plenty of cold water

Measuring



Be careful about measuring. Do not think you can guess just

right every time; you cannot do it

Food For And Serving The Sick



The utmost care should be taken in cooking food for the invalid, so that

all of the flavor and

Pot Roasting
Fresh meat should be put into boiling water and boiled over hot fire
for about 5 minutes; reduce heat and boil very gently

Turkey Cullis



Roast a large turkey till it is brown; cut it in pieces; put it into a

marble mortar, with som

Whipped Cream



To half-a-pint of cream put a tablespoonful of fine sifted sugar, add

sufficient of any of Nel

Syllabub



Take a quart of cream with a slice or two of lemon-peel, to be laid to

soak in the cream. Take

Whites Of Eggs
The soft boiled eggs that are left from breakfast will be at once hard
boiled, put into the refrigerator, and when four ha

Orange Cream



Squeeze the juice of four oranges to the rind of one; pat it over the

fire with about a pint o

Quick Strawberry Parfait
Make a quart of plain Coffee Ice Cream, freeze and pack it. Whip one pint
of cream. At serving time, stir the whipped crea

Tutti Frutti Pudding
Dish a pyramid of vanilla ice cream into a stem individual ice cream glass.
Garnish the base of the ice cream with fresh s

Strawberry Ice Cream
1 quart cream
1 cup sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
Scald 1 cup of cream; add sugar and stir until dissolve

Fig Cream



Preserved green figs are used for this cream--those of Fernando

Rodrigues are excellent. Place

German Cherry Biscuits
Fill stem ice cream dishes half full with caramel ice cream; on top put a
layer of vanilla ice cream. Smooth it down and d

French Ice Cream
Melt 2 ounces unsweetened chocolate with half pint cream and proceed
as for Philadelphia Ice Cream.


Ice Cream



2 quarts cream, 1 pound sugar; flavor with vanilla. Let stand in freezer

five minutes to becom

Salad Dressing



One cup cream, one table spoon sugar, one dessert spoon mustard, one

half dessert spoon of pep

Walnut Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 vanilla bean or two teaspoonfuls of vanilla extract
Put the

Eggs Poached In Cream



Half a pint of cream, six eggs, salt and white pepper, and a small

teaspoonful of finely mince

Crema Rappresa Coffee Cream



Ingredients: Coffee, cream, eggs, sugar, butter.



Bruise five ounces of freshly r

Whipt Cream To Put Upon Cake



Sweeten a pint of cream to your taste; grate in the peel of a lemon, and

steep it some hours b

Cream Cookies. Miss Kittie Smith.
One egg, one cup sugar, one cup thick sour cream, a pinch of salt, one
teaspoon each of saleratus and cream tartar; mix so

Cream Curd



Boil a pint of cream, with a little mace, cinnamon, and rose-water, and,

when as cool as new m

Cream Pie



Whip one quart of stiff cream, add sugar and vanilla to your taste.

Line pie-plates with crust

Ice Cream
Six whites of eggs.
Six large table-spoonfuls of jelly.
A pint of cream.
Put the jelly and white of egg

French Barley Cream



Boil your barley in two or three waters, till it looks white and tender;

pour the water clean

Cream Cheese Salad
Moisten a cream cheese with cream and beat to a froth. Arrange in a
mound shape on a dish and turn preserved gooseberries

Delectable Garnishes



Instead of always serving the ordinary crackers, teach the child how to

prepare some simple li

Roast Beef Horseradish Cream Sauce



Serve a slice of rare roast beef with Horseradish Cream Sauce.



Horseradish Cream

To Make Beef Stock

Take six pounds of soup meat, cut it up into good

sized pieces, break the bones into small pieces, place the

Tutti Frutti Ice Cream
From MRS. LILY ROSECRANS TOOLE, of Montana, Lady Manager.
Take one pint of brown sugar and _burn_ it; then add water,

Leaves For Culinary Purposes



In addition to sweet and bitter herbs, we have many leaves available for

seasoning. The best k

Mary's Recipe For Peach Cream
Mary made ice cream when peaches were plentiful; she used 1 quart of
sweet cream, sweetened to taste (about 2 cups sugar)

Ice-cream



One pint of milk, one pint of cream, one cup pulverized sugar, two

eggs. Flavor to suit the ta

Apple Ice Cream
6 wine biscuits
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 teaspoonful of vanilla
Grate and

Ham Relish



One cup of Armour's Star Ham boiled and chopped fine, one half cup of

cream, three hard-boiled

Irish Cream Cheese



Take a quart of very thick cream, and stir well into it two spoonfuls of

salt. Double a napkin

Belgian Hare



2 rabbits

1 quart sour cream

Thin slices of fat bac

Green Gage Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
12 ounces of sugar
1 large ripe pineapple or
1 pint can of grated pineappl

Boston Pudding
1 quart of cream
6 ounces of sugar (2/3 of a cupful)
4 tablespoonfuls of creme de violette


Ice Cream--a Simple Recipe Given Mary
When preparing this ice cream Mary used the following: Three cups of
cream and 1 cup of milk, 1 egg and 1 cup of pulverize

Lillian Russell
Dish a helping of vanilla ice cream in the centre of the serving plate,
place in the centre of the ice cream a whole brand

Herbs



Whether food is palatable or not largely depends upon its seasoning.

Good, rich material may b

Plain Cream Cake



Dissolve a tea-spoonful of saleratus in a wine glass of milk, strain it

on to a little sifted

Raspberry Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
4 ounces of sugar
1 pint of preserved green gages, free from syrup
Press the g

To Make Almond-cream



Take a Quarter of a Pound of Almonds, blanch and beat them very

fine, put them to a Pint of Cr

CuraÇao Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of pulverized sugar
4 ounces of so-called Mocha coffee
Grind the Mocha

Bavarian Cream With Peaches



Cut 18 fine peaches, or a sufficient number of canned ones, into small

pieces, and boil with 1

Banana Cream



Peel and wash bananas. Use equal parts of bananas and sweet cream. To 1

quart of the mixture a

Brown Bread Ice Cream
4 large tart apples
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 tablespoonful of lemon juice


Another Kind Of Ice-cream
A quart of rich cream.
Half a pound of powdered loaf sugar.
The juice of two large lemons, or a pint of strawb

Frau Schmidt's Ice Cream
This recipe for ice cream is simple and the ice cream is good. A
boiled custard was prepared, consisting of 1 quart of mil

Boston Cream Pie
1 pint cream
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Mix ingredients. Have very cold and whip to sti

Wine Cream



MRS. W. CRAWFORD.



Two cups of cream, half a cup of sugar, one box of gelatine di

Cream Frosting
From MRS. SARAH H. BIXBY, of Maine, Alternate Lady Manager.
Break two eggs in a cup and fill with cream, and one cup sugar

Caramel Cream



MRS. BENSON BENNETT.



Boil two coffee cups of dark brown sugar, butter the size o

Classes Of Ice Cream



There are three distinct classes of Ice Cream: The Philadelphia, which

is supposed to be made

Whipped Cream Pie
Make a crust as rich as possible and line a deep tin. Bake quickly in a
hot oven and spread it with a layer of jelly or ja

Cream To Fry



Take two spoonfuls of fine flour and the yolks of four eggs; grate in

the rind of one lemon; b

Cream Cheese



Take a basin of thick cream, let it stand some time; then salt it, put a

thin cloth over a hai

Biscuit Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
6 large bananas
1/2 pound of sugar
1 teaspoonful of vanilla
Put half

Maraschino Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/4 pound of preserved ginger
1/2 pound of sugar
1 tablespoonful of lemon jui

Apricot Burnt Cream



Boil a pint of cream with some bitter almonds pounded, and strain it

off. When the cream is co

Cream Potatoes



Bake the potatoes in a slow oven. When perfectly cold slice rather thin.

Put into a pan, sprin

Imperial Orange Cream



Take a pint of thick sweet cream, and boil it with a little orange-peel.

When it just boils, t

Cookies



One cup butter, two cups sugar, one cup sweet cream. Melt the sugar

and pour over the butter.

"german" Sour Cream Crullers
One cup sugar, 1 cup sour cream, 2 eggs, 2 tablespoonfuls of butter, 1
teaspoonful soda, pinch of salt. About 3-1/2 cups o

Pistachio Cream
Take out the kernels of half a pound of pistachio nuts and pound them in
a mortar with one tablespoon of brandy. Put them

Coffee Cream



Take two ounces of whole coffee, one quart of cream, about four ounces

of fine sugar, a small

Ice Cream Pudding



Custard: Two tablespoonfuls cornstarch, yolks of three eggs, one cup

milk, one and one-third c

Lemon Cream Frothed



Make a pint of cream very sweet, and add the paring of one lemon; let it

just boil; put the ju

Lemon Cream Without Cream



Squeeze three lemons, and put the parings into the juice; cover and let

it remain three hours;

Palace Cream



Make a custard of three eggs and a pint-and-a-half of milk sweetened,

when it is ready dissolv

Crema Montata Alle Fragole Strawberry Cream



Ingredients: Cream, castor sugar, Maraschino, strawberries or strawberry

jam.


Lemon Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 orange
2 wineglassfuls of maraschino
2 drop

Crema Tartara Alla Caramella Caramel Cream



Ingredients: Cream, eggs, caramel sugar, vanilla or lemon flavouring.



Boil a pin

Gooseberry Cream Without Cream
To make a nice sweet in a few minutes can be easily managed if you follow
this recipe. Make a custard of rich milk and yol

Cream Icing



MRS. RATTRAY.



Take a piece of butter about one half the size of an almond, wash<

Arrowroot Cream
Cut into halves small very cold cantaloupes. Remove the seeds; fill the
centres of the half melons with vanilla ice cream,

Kentucky Pudding. Mamie Fairfield.
CUSTARD.--Two quarts milk, six eggs, two tablespoons corn starch, one
cup sugar, a pinch salt, one tablespoon vanilla; add

Creamed Oysters



One quart of oysters, one and a half cups cream, one heaping

tablespoon cornstarch. Salt and p

Pineapple Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
10 ounces of sugar
Juice of 6 large oranges
Grated rind of one orange<

Salt Codfish With Cream



Pick salt codfish into flakes; there should be two tablespoons. Cover

with lukewarm water and

Easy Ice Cream



One pint of cream, half a pint of milk, teacupful of sugar, two eggs

beaten separately, the wh

Custard No 1



One quart of cream, twelve eggs, the whites of four, the rind of one

lemon, boiled in the crea

Pineapple Cream
This is a delicious dessert, taught Mary by Aunt Sarah. She used 1
quart sweet cream, 1-1/2 cups sugar, beaten together. I

Chopped Celery Sauce
Grate three or four large cucumbers; drain them on a sieve; to this
drained pulp add a half teaspoonful of salt, a dash of

Fruit Salad, Iced
Fill paper cases half full of pineapple water ice. Put over a layer of
candied cherries chopped, then a layer of vanilla i

French Ice-cream



A delicious French ice-cream has for its foundation a custard made by

beating up first the yol

Sour Cream Potato Salad



Slice thin cold boiled potatoes and salt well, pour over thick sour

cream and stir gently, cut

Whipped Cream
To one pint of rich thick cream add one-quarter of a pound of powdered
sugar and one-half teaspoon of vanilla.
Put i

Ice Cream



After dreaming some hours of the land of Cocaigne,

That Elysium of all that is frian

Ginger Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1 wineglassful of curaçao
1/2 pound of sugar
2 tablespoonfuls of orange blo

Bisque Ice-cream.
Put in a farina kettle one quart of good sweet cream, three-quarters
of a pound of sugar, and one tablespoonful of vanilla

Neapolitan Creams
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 teaspoonful of vanilla
1 teaspoonful of caramel


Coffee Bavarian Cream



1/2 pint rich cream whipped light, 1/2 package gelatine soaked in 1 cup

milk, 1 large cup stro

Apricot Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
4 ounces of sweet almonds
1 tablespoonful of caramel

To Make Pistato-cream



Take half a Pound of Pistato-Nuts, break them, and blanch the

Kernels, and beat all (except a

Quick CafÉ Parfait
Make a quart of Caramel Ice Cream, pack, and stand it aside for two hours.
At serving time, stir in a pint of cream, whipp

Chocolate Ice Cream, No. 1
Make same as Vanilla Ice Cream, No. 2, only omitting the milk. Dissolve
on stove one-half pound of sweet chocolate, in one

Quick Chocolate Parfait
This is made precisely the same as other parfaits, with Strawberry Ice
Cream, and whipped cream stirred in at serving time

Whipped Cream



Whipped cream is called for with so many dishes, that every little girl

should learn how to pr

Chocolate Caramels
From MISS MARY ELLIOTT MCCANDLESS, of Pennsylvania, Lady Manager.
A simple rule for Maraschino ice cream calls for one qua

Pistachio Ice Cream
Make precisely the same as raspberry ice cream, substituting one quart of
strawberries for the raspberries.


Clotted Cream



Set the milk in the usual way; when it has stood twelve hours, it is,

without being skimmed, t

Orange Cream Frothed



Proceed in the same way as with the lemon, but put no peel in the cream;

merely steep a bit a

Vanilla Ice Cream, No. 2
Beat three whole eggs very light with one cup of granulated sugar until
all grain is dissolved and mass is a light yellowi

29 Chocolate Cream



Beat well the yolks of four eggs, put them into a dish with 3 ozs. of

grated chocolate, 1/4 of

Coffee Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1 pint of milk
1/2 pound of sugar
4 ounces of chocolate
1 teaspo

Chocolate Ice Cream
Add to Philadelphia Ice Cream before freezing one quart of berries
which have been washed, hulled, crushed and slightly sw

Raspberry Ice Cream



Follow the recipe for strawberry ice cream, using a little less sugar.

All kinds of fresh frui

Ice And Cream



Mix a little cream and new milk together in a dish; put in runnet, as

for cheesecakes; stir it

Banana Ice Cream
6 ounces of sugar
1 quart of cream
1 can of apricots or
1 quart of fresh apricots
If

Hare To Roast



Take half a pint of cream, grate bread into it; a little winter savory,

thyme, and parsley; sh

Rum Pudding
Beat yolks of two eggs with one-half cup of sugar until light, then add
stiffly-beaten whites. Flavor with one tablespoon

Coffee Ice Cream
Make same as Vanilla Ice Cream No. 2. Flavor with one and one-half
tablespoons of mocha extract, add one cup of grated wal

Cream Cookies



One cup sour cream, one cup shortening, two cups sugar, one teaspoonful

soda, one tablespoonfu

Almond Cream



Make this in the manner directed for pistachio cream, adding half a

dozen bitter almonds to th

Cream Fritters



Mix a pint and a half of wheat flour with a pint of milk--beat six eggs

to a froth, and stir t

Raspberry Cream



To one pint of cream put six ounces of jam, and pulp it through a sieve,

adding the juice of a

Marmalade Pudding
Cream half a cup of sugar and two teaspoonfuls of butter. Beat into
this the yolks of four eggs and one cup of cream or mi

Cream Pie. Miss Lourie, New York.
One cup of sour cream, one cup of sugar, one cup seeded and chopped
raisins, one egg and a pinch of salt. Bake with two c

Monte Carlo Pudding
Make one quart of Chocolate Ice Cream, and add one pint of whipped cream,
according to the preceding recipes.
This w

Cream Pie
First line a pie-plate with puff paste and bake, and then make a cream
of the yolks of four eggs, a little more than a pin

Sour Cream Dressing
Mix one cup of sour cream and three eggs, well beaten. Dissolve two
tablespoons of sugar and one tablespoon of mustard in

Nut And Cream Cheese Sandwiches



Boston brown bread buttered on the loaf and cut in very thin slices;

spread with a filling of

Vanilla Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1/2 pound of shelled pistachio nuts
1 teaspoonful of almon

Orange Cream



Dissolve a pint tablet of Nelson's Orange Tablet Jelly in half-a-pint of

hot water. When cool,

Cherry Cream



Dissolve a pint tablet of Nelson's Cherry Tablet Jelly in half-a-pint of

hot water. When cool,

Coffee Ice Cream
1 cup milk
yolks of 4 eggs
1 cup sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1 quart crea

Cold Slaw



One-third pint vinegar, three tablespoons sugar, two of cream, one of

butter, two eggs beaten

Walnut Ice Cream



Follow the recipe for vanilla ice cream, adding a cup of English walnuts

chopped and pounded f

Quire Of Paper Pancakes



Take to a pint of cream eight eggs, leaving out two whites, three

spoonfuls of fine flour, thr

Italian Cream



Boil a pint of cream with half a pint of new milk; when it boils throw

in the peel of an orang

"sour Cream" Molasses Cake
1/2 cup molasses.
1 cup sugar.
1/2 cup thick sour cream.
1/2 cup sour milk.
1/2 cup finely chopped peanu

Clam Chowder
From MRS. WHITING S. CLARK, of Iowa, Lady Manager.
Cover a quart of green peas and a very small onion with hot water;

Sour Cream Pie



One cup thick sour cream, pinch of salt, one egg, one half cup sugar,

scant tea-spoon of flour

Orange Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
9 ounces of powdered sugar
4 tablespoonfuls of lemon juice
Juice of one

Sack Posset Or Jelly



Take three pints of good cream and three quarters of a pound of fine

sugar pounded, twenty egg

Cream Of Almond Soup
Blanch, and grind or pound one-half pound almonds, let simmer slowly in
one pint of milk for five minutes. Melt one tables

Whipped Cream



Pudding our parson eats, the squire loves hare,

But _whipped cream_ is my Buxoma's far

Iced Rice Pudding With A Compote Of Oranges
Mold vanilla ice cream with the ordinary pyramid ice cream spoon, roll them
quickly in grated macaroons, and serve on a pa

Ice-cream



One teacup milk, one cup sugar, two eggs beaten light, let come to a

boil; cool and strain, ad

Strawberry Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1 quart of raspberries
12 ounces of sugar
Juice of one lemon
Mash

Peach Cream Tarts
One cup of butter, and a little salt; cut through just enough flour to
thoroughly mix, a cup of ice-water, one whole egg a

Lalla Rookh
1/2 pound of sugar
1 pint of water
1 pint of cream
1/2 pint of chopped mixed candied fruits
Another Sorrel Soup
There are many varieties of this soup to be met with in the different
hotels, but it is a white soup, made of fish pieces

Frozen Pudding



Soak one cup of candied fruit cut in pieces; put in hot syrup (sugar and

water) to cover until

Chocolate Cream Peppermints



Mix together two cups of granulated sugar and half a cup of cream, boil

until it holds well to

Cream Wine Soup
Put one cup of white wine and one-half cup of cold water on to boil, add
a few pieces of stick cinnamon and seven lumps of

Egg A La Suisse



Heat a small omelet pan and place in it a buttered muffin ring. Put in

one-fourth teaspoon but

Another



Take some cream, a very little shalot, and a little salt; when warmed

upon the fire add a piec

Vanilla Ice Cream, No. 1
Take one pint of milk, two cups of sugar, one large tablespoon of flour
rubbed smooth in cold milk, two eggs beaten light,

Ratafia Cream



Boil three or four laurel-leaves in one pint of cream, and strain it;

when cold, add the yolks

23 Cream Of Chicken Sandwiches



Take 1/2 a cupful of finely-chopped chicken and pound it fine. Dissolve

a teaspoonful of gelat

Lalla Rookh



Cut in small pieces stale sponge cake or lady fingers, a few macaroons,

some French cherries a

Fruit Cream



Scald your fruit; when done, pulp it through a sieve; let it stand till

almost cold; then swee

Deviled Lobster
From MRS. W. W. KIMBALL, of Chicago, Lady Manager.
Take the meat of one terrapin. Chop in small pieces, add a pint of

Italian Cream



Take three-quarters of an ounce of Nelson's Patent Gelatine and steep it

in half-a-pint of col

Cream Of Potato



Cream of potato soup is made by adding two scant cupfuls of mashed

potato to the milk foundati

Surprise Potatoes
Boil some globe artichokes in salted water till they are tender. Take out
the center leaves, leaving an even fringe of lea

Cream Strawberry Shortcake



One quart white flour; mix well with three tablespoonfuls cold butter,

one teaspoonful salt, a

Cream Onions



Boil onions in two waters and drain; pour over them a little boiling

milk and set over the fir

Sweetmeat Cream



Slice preserved peaches, apricots, or plums, into good cream, sweetening

it with fine sugar, o

A Good Pudding



Take a pint of cream, and six eggs, leaving out two of the whites. Beat

up the eggs well, and

Chocolate Ice Cream
1 quart of cream
1/4 pound of almond macaroons
4 kisses
1/2 pound of sugar
1 slice

Cream Custards



Sweeten a pint of cream with powdered white sugar--set it on a few

coals. When hot, stir in wh

Lemon Cream



Soak an ounce of Nelson's Gelatine in half-a-pint of milk, dissolve it

in a pint of boiling mi

Pistachio Cream



Take a quarter of a pound of pistachio-nuts and blanch them; then beat

them fine with rose-wat

Strawberry Ice Cream



A pint of cream, a pint of strawberry puree and three-quarters of a

pound of sugar. Mix the su

Cranberry Sauce
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons grated horse-radish
1 tablespoon thick cream
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice


Cabinet Pudding, Iced
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 gill of maraschino
2 tablespoonfuls of sherry


Lemon Cream No 3



Set on the fire three pints of cream; when it is ready to boil, take it

off, and squeeze a lem

Sultana Pudding
1-1/2 quarts of cream
1/2 pound of granulated sugar
1/2 cupful of Sultanas
4 tablespoonfuls of she

Artificial Cream And Curd



A pint of good new milk, nine whites of eggs beat up, and well stirred

and mixed with the milk

Cream Cakes



Mix half a pint of thick cream with the same quantity of milk, four

eggs, and flour to render

To Make Spanish-butter



Take two Gallons of Milk, boil it, and, whilst boiling, put in a

Quart of Cream; let it boil a

Praline



Three cups brown sugar, one cup water, one cup cream, one cup nuts cut

fine, one teaspoonful v

Dessert With Whipped Cream
Line the edges of a mold or a large glass dish with lady fingers and
fill up with whipped cream. Ornament with macaroons a

Substitute For Cream In Coffee



Beat the white of an egg to a froth--put to it a small lump of butter,

and turn the coffee to

Apricot Cream



Drain the juice from a tin of preserved apricots, add to it an equal

quantity of water; make a

Spice Pie



The yolks of three eggs, one and one-half cupfuls of sugar, one cupful

of cream, two tablespoo

Cream Of Rice



Wash carefully a third of a cup of rice and put it on the fire in a pint

of boiling water with

To Make Sack-posset Or Sack-cream



Take twelve Eggs, (the Whites of but six) beat them, and put to them

a Pint of Sack and half a

Potatoes O'brien



Boil with skin on, allow them to stand until perfectly cold. Peel and

chop fine and use Spanis

To Make Cream Rise In Cold Weather



Dip each pan or bowl into a pail of boiling water before you strain the

milk into it. Put a cl

Chocolate Cream



Boil a quart of thick cream, scraping into it one ounce of chocolate.

Add about a quarter of a

Cream Pie



1 1/2 cups milk

2 egg yolks

2 tablespoons sugar

Sour Cream Kolatchen
Cream one-half cup of butter, add five yolks, two tablespoons of sugar,
grated rind of a lemon, one cup of thick sour crea

Ice Creams



Sweeten thick rich cream with powdered white sugar--it should be made

very sweet, as the proce

Cream Cake



MRS. W. R. DEAN.



One cup of butter, one cup of cream or sour milk, two cups of s

Everlasting Syllabub Very Excellent



Take a quart and half a pint of cream, one pint of Rhenish wine, half a

pint of sack, the juic

English Chicken Salad.
Mix 1 quart of vanilla ice-cream with 1 gill of wine, 1/4 pound of
Malaga grapes, 2 ounces of candied orange peel, chopped

26 Creme De Fromage



Take 2 tablespoonfuls of grated Parmesan cheese and 2 scant ones of

cream, a little cayenne an

Another Way



Take some fine spinach, pick and wash it extremely clean. When well

boiled, put it into cold w

Cheese And Macaroni Cream



Boil two ounces of macaroni, in water slightly salted, until tender,

when drain; cut it into t

Omelet With Asparagus Tips
Make a plain omelet from six eggs, have ready a half pint of cream
sauce, and either a can or a bundle of cooked asparagus

Vanilla Ice Cream
From MRS. J. MONTGOMERY SMITH, of Wisconsin, Alternate Lady Manager.
Make one quart rich vanilla ice cream, and when partl

To Make Ratafea-cream



Take Kernels of Apricocks, beat them very fine, and to two Ounces

put a Pint of Cream and two

To Preserve Cream For Sea Voyages



Take rich, fresh cream, and mix it with half of its weight of white

powdered sugar. When well

Citron Cream



To a quarter of a pound of citron pounded put three gills of cream: mill

it up with a chocolat

To Make All Sorts Of Fruit-cream



Take your Fruit, (scalded) or Sweet-meats, and rub it thro' an Hair

Sieve, and boil your Cream

22 Lobster Creams



Whip 1/2 a pint of cream stiff, season it highly with cayenne and salt.

Cut up 1/2 a boiled lo

Chocolate Ice-cream



For a rich chocolate ice-cream, make like the foregoing, only add to the

custard before it coo

Cream For Fillin



One scant pint milk, one cup sugar, yolks of two

eggs, one-half cup flour. Flavor with vanilla

Green Lima Beans
Cover the shelled beans with boiling water; bring to a boil quickly;
then let them simmer slowly till tender. Drain and ad

Horseradish Cream Apple Sauce



Stew six sour apples and sift; let cool, and add two heaping

tablespoonfuls of grated horserad

Mandarin Cream



Dissolve half-an-ounce of Nelson's Gelatine, previously soaked in

half-a-pint of cold milk, in

Peaches
Peel fine, ripe freestone peaches. Cover plentifully with pulverized
sugar, and serve with whipped cream. The cream should

Baked Custard
1 cup sugar
4 tablespoons shortening
1 egg
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/8

Apple Pudding. Mrs. G. H. Wright.
Six good-sized apples, stewed and well beaten; six eggs, beaten
separately; one pint of sweet cream; sweeten and flavor to

Olive And Cheese Sandwiches



These are especially good for afternoon tea or parties. Butter the bread

each time before slic

To Make Trout-cream



Have three or four long Baskets made like a Fish; then take a Quart

of new Milk and a Pint of

Chocolate Ice Cream, No. 2
Take one quart of cream, one pint of new milk, two eggs, one teacup of
grated chocolate (double vanilla), two cups of pulv

Whipped Cream



Add to one-half pint cream of moderate thickness the white of one egg

beaten to a stiff froth,

Eggs A La Martin
Make a half pint of cream sauce. Put half of it in the bottom of a
baking dish or into the bottom of ramekin dishes or ind

Queen Pudding
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of Jordan almonds
1/2 pound of sugar
1/2 pound of Sultana raisins

Spanish Butter



Take two gallons of new milk, boil it, and, when you take it off the

fire, put in a quart of c

Cream Of Cauliflower Soup
Take a solid head of cauliflower, scald it to take away the strong
taste; separate the flowers and proceed as with cream o

To Make A Very Thick Raw Cream



Take two Trays, keep them boiling hot; and, when you bring your

Milk, put it in the scalding-h

To Ice Cream



Take Tin Ice-Pots, fill them with any Sort of Cream you like, either

plain or sweeten'd, or Fr

Gelatine Cream
From MRS. ALICE J. WHALEN, of Utah Territory, Lady Manager.
One-half box gelatine, one-half cup cold water, one pint cream

Boiled Custards



And _boiled custard_, take its merit in brief,

Makes a noble dessert, where the dinner

How To Make A Welsh Rare-bit.
One-half pint of grated soft cream cheese and one-half cupful of
cream, melted together in a sauce pan; add a little salt,

Fig Cake. Mrs. C. C. Campbell.
Whites of six eggs, two cups white sugar, one cup butter, one cup
sweet milk, two teaspoonfuls baking powder, three scant

Sauce For Ice Cream



To six figs add a pint of hot water. When they have cooked a short time,

add enough granulated

Cream Soup

Prepare two quarts of strong veal stock; set it on the back

part of the range to simmer.




Lemon Cream No 5



Pare two lemons, and squeeze to them the juice of one larger or two

smaller; let it remain som

Spring Cabbage With Cream Sauce



Boil a young cabbage or part of one until perfectly tender, when done

drain all the water from

Smelts With Cream Sauce



Clean two selected smelts and cut five diagonal gashes on sides of

each. Season with salt, pep

Eggs Au Gratin
Make a pint of cream sauce. Hard-boil six eggs. Cut them into slices.
Put them in the baking dish and cover with the cream

Peaches Melba
Fill a lemonade or ice cream glass two-thirds full of vanilla ice cream.
Make a little well in the centre and fill the spa

Milk, Or Cream Soup
Heat a quart of milk or cream, add a tablespoon of sweet butter and
thicken with a spoon of flour or corn starch, wet with

Charlotte Russe.
A very nice recipe for charlotte russe made with gelatine is as
follows: Use one pint of cream whipped till light, one ou

Ice-cream Cake. Mrs. C. H.
One cup butter rubbed with two cups white sugar to a cream, one cup
sweet milk, three and one-half cups flour, three level

Cream Cake



Whites of three eggs beaten very light, one-fourth cup butter and one

cup sugar beaten to a cr

Bohemian Cream
Stir together and whip one pint of double cream and one pint of grape
juice or grape jelly melted, this must be whipped to

Strawberry Short Cake
From MRS. GOVERNOR EDWIN C. BURLEIGH, of Maine, Second Vice President,
Board of Lady Managers.
Mix a dough nearly as

To Make Raw-almond Or Ratafea-cream



Take a Quarter of a Pound of bitter or sweet Almonds, which you like

best, blanch and beat the

Cream Gingerbread



One cup of Porto Rico molasses, one cup of sour cream, two cups of

sifted flour, one teaspoonf

Shrimp Wriggle



1 pint fresh shrimps

1 heaping cup hot boiled rice



Weymouth Salad Dressing. Mrs. Vose.
Yolk of one egg, one tablespoon sugar, one saltspoon salt, one
teaspoon mustard, butter size of small egg, one-half cup of

Eggs Buttered No 3



Beat the eggs well together with about three spoonfuls of cream and a

little salt; set the mas

Fruit Ice-cream



Two quarts cream, five eggs, one and one-fourth coffee-cups

pulverized sugar, three pounds pea

Trifle



MISS RUTH SCOTT.



One pint of cream well beaten, sugar and flavoring to taste. On

Whipped Cream Cake



Cream together two tablespoons of Armour's Simon Pure Leaf Lard and one

cup of sugar. Add a we

Coffee Bavarian Cream



2 tablespoons coffee infusion

1 tablespoon water

2 tablespoons heavy cream<

20 Walnut Salad No 2



Crack 1/2 a pound of English walnuts very carefully, to keep them in

halves, make little balls

An Ice Cream Cake
Two cups of pulverized sugar, 1 cup of butter, 1 cup sweet milk,
whites of 8 eggs, 1 teaspoonful soda, 2 teaspoonfuls of c

Cheese Balls
Take mashed cream cheese--add butter, cream and a little paprika. You
can chop either green peppers, almonds or olives in

Hashed Cream Potatoes



If this is considered too rich, half the amount of butter will be

sufficient to flavor and kee

What Meat Should Look Like

The most perfect meats are taken from well-fed, full-grown animals, that

have not been over-worked, under-fe

To Make Barley-cream



Take two Ounces of Pearl-Barley, boil it in four or five Waters

'till it is very tender; then

Floating Island
A quart of cream.
The whites of four eggs.
Half a pint of white wine.
A quarter of a pound of powdered

Velvet Cream



A large teacupful of white wine, the juice of a nice lemon, one half

ounce of isinglass, sugar

Cream Biscuit



One quart of flour sifted, two rounded teaspoonfuls of Cleveland's

baking powder, two cupfuls

Orange Cream



Grate the peels of four Seville oranges into a pint of water, then

squeeze the juice into the

Bisque Ice Cream
3 half inch slices of Boston Brown Bread
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1 teaspoonful o

Curry Of Chicken In Puffs
From MRS. SARAH H. BIXBY, of Maine, Alternate Lady Manager.
Chop one-half pound chicken quite fine; add one teaspoonful sa

Caramel Ice Cream
From MRS. IDA M. BALL, of Delaware, Lady Manager.
One lemon (juice and grated rind), one cup sugar, yolks of two eggs,

Nesselrode Pudding
1 quart of cream
1 cupful of granulated sugar
1 tablespoonful of vanilla
1 pint of strawbe

Aubergine Or Egg Plant
Take some young carrots, wash and brush them as tenderly as you would an
infant, then simmer them till tender in with pepp

Biscuit Tortoni, No. 2
Take yolks of two eggs, one pint of cream, eight macaroons, vanilla and
flavor, one-half cup of sugar, one-half cup of mil

Potato Salad. Miss Ann Thompson.
The yolks of five eggs, five tablespoonfuls vinegar; cook until thick;
then, just before using, add three tablespoonfuls m

Another Way



Lard the hare well with bacon; make a pudding of grated bread, and chop

small the heart and li

Cream Salmon
Remove salmon from the can, place it in a colander and wash under
running water or scald with boiling water. Break into sm

Snow Cream



Sweeten the whites of four eggs, add a pint of thick sweet cream and a

good spoonful of brandy

Sauce Tartar
Put the yolks of three eggs in a clean cold dish, beat slightly and add
slowly, almost drop by drop, a half pint or more o

Spinach With Cream Sauce
Cook as directed, drain through colander, and grind through machine,
make a rich cream sauce. Stir spinach in this sauce,

Silver Cake



Whites of 5 eggs, 1-1/2 cups sugar, 1/2 cup butter, 3 even cups flour, 1

of milk, 1 teaspoon c

Frozen Desserts--aunt Sarah's Frozen "fruit Custard"
One tablespoonful of granulated gelatine soaked in enough milk to
cover. Place 2 cups of sugar and 3/4 cup of milk in a st

Mountain Cake



MRS. BENSON BENNETT.



Three fourths cup of butter and two cups of sugar beaten to

Crullers



MRS. ARCHIBALD LAURIE.



One cup sour cream, two eggs beaten separately, three fou

Mushrooms In Cream



Clean, peel and break in pieces six medium-sized mushroom caps. Saute

in one-half tablespoon b

Frozen Custard



(for above Short Cake)



To 1 pint of milk add 1/2 pint of cream. Scald. Have read

To Make Cream Cheese Without Cream



Take a quart of milk warm from the cow and two quarts of boiling water.

When the curd is ready

Cream Cake. Mrs. Ned Thatcher.
Two cups white sugar, one-half cup butter, one cup sweet milk, one cup
corn starch, two cups flour, two teaspoonfuls bakin

New Potatoes With Cream Sauce



Select rather small potatoes of uniform size and boil. When done drain

off the water, set them

Eggs Coquelicot
Grease small custard or timbale cups and put inside of each a cooked
Spanish pepper. Drop in the pepper one egg. Dust it l

To Make Eringo-cream



Take a Quartern of Eringo's, cut them small, and boil them in half a

Pint of Milk, 'till they

Runnet Whey Cream



Turn new milk from the cow with runnet; press the whey from it; beat the

curd in a mortar till

Lemon Cream No 4



Take the sweetest cream, and squeeze in juice of lemon to your taste:

put it into a churn, and

Fish Rechauffe



One pound cooked fish, one tablespoon each of mushroom ketchup, essence

of anchovy, Harvey's s

Lemon Cream Sherbet



1/4 cup cream

2 tablespoons cold water

1/2 grain saccharine dissolved in
Hog's Puddings White No 1



Take the pith of an ox, and lay it in water for two days, changing the

water night and morning

Chocolate Nectar
Put into a glass two tablespoons of chocolate syrup, a little cream or
milk and chopped ice, and fill up the glass with so

Sour Cream Dressing



To half a cup of thick sour cream, add half a teaspoonful of salt, a

teaspoonful of sugar, a d

Cream Of Tomato Soup
Cook one quart tomatoes (fresh or canned) with one pint water until
done, and strain through a sieve. Meanwhile melt two t

Eggs With Cream



Melt a small lump of butter in a shallow baking dish and break into it

carefully six eggs, pou

Chinese Chicken.
Dissolve 1/2 box of gelatin; chop 1/4 pound of dates and mix with 2
ounces of boiled rice, 1/2 cup of pulverized sugar and

Apple Charlotte
From MISS LIDA M. RUSSELL, of Nevada, Lady Manager.
For one pint thick cream dissolve four sheets of isinglass in four

Egyptian Mousse
1 pint of cream
1/2 cupful of powdered sugar
2 tablespoonfuls of coffee extract
Whip the cream to

Peach Ice-cream. Nell Linsley.
One pint new milk, one pint sweet cream, one cup sugar, one quart
peach pulp (peeled ripe or canned peaches, and put throu

Bavarian Cream. Mrs. Chas. Moore.
One can shredded pineapple, and one cup sugar; let come to a boil;
one-half box gelatine dissolved in a cup of warm water.

Steamed Rice



Half a cup of rice, half a teaspoonful of salt and one and one-third

cups of boiling water. Pu

Mayonnaise With Whipped Cream
When you are in want of a large quantity of dressing, mayonnaise or
French, add one pint of whipped cream to your prepared

Mocha Mousse
Cream yolks of three eggs with one-half cup of granulated sugar. Add
one-half pint of cream, whipped; one-half cup of grat

Delicious Fudge



Delicious fudge is made with sour cream instead of fresh milk or cream.




<

Montrose Pudding
Make Boston Brown Bread Ice Cream and half the recipe for Tutti Frutti.
When both are frozen, line a melon mold with the B

Gingerbread



MRS. FARQUHARSON SMITH.



Three fourths pound of butter, two cups of milk, five cu

Ice Cream Croquettes
Make a Strawberry Water Ice or Frozen Strawberries. Pack a three quart mold
in a bucket or tub of ice and salt. Line the m

12 Guava And Cheese Sandwiches



Butter twelve slices of bread; spread six of them with guava jelly and

the other six with crea

Peach Cream Pie
Line a pie-plate with a rich crust and bake, then fill with a layer of
sweetened grated peaches which have had a few pound

Common "cream Sauce"
Young housekeepers will be surprised to learn of the various
attractive, appetizing dishes which may be prepared by combin

Japanese Cream



Four ounces of ammonia, four ounces of white Castile soap cut fine, two

ounces of alcohol, two

Rabbits White Fricassee Of No 2



Take the yolks of five eggs and a pint of cream; beat them together, and

put two ounces of but

Pineapple Cream



Drain the syrup from a tin of pineapple, boil it down to half. Cut the

best part of the pineap

Preparing Salt
The smaller the ice is broken the better, while the salt should never be
too fine. A salt prepared especially for the purp

A White Cocoanut Cake
Cream together 3/4 cup butter and 2 cups sugar. Add whites of 5 eggs,
1 cup milk, 1 teaspoonful cream of tartar, 1/2 teasp

Doughnuts. Mrs. P. O. Sharpless.
One cup sugar, two eggs, one pint equal parts sour cream and
buttermilk, one teaspoon soda, cinnamon and nutmeg to taste,

Caraway Cake No 3



Take four quarts of flour, well dried, and rub into it a pound and a

quarter of butter. Take a

Cranberry Bavarian Cream



Stew one quart of cranberries; while hot rub through a sieve; measure

out half a pint, and add

Fruit Cream



Strain the juice from a bottle of raspberries and currants on to

three-quarters of a pound of

Maple Mousse
Whip one pint of cream until quite thick. Break two eggs into another
bowl, beat until light and add gradually, one-half c

Snow Cream



Beat the whites of four eggs to a stiff froth--then stir in two

table-spoonsful of powdered wh

Mother's Old-fashioned Cake. Mrs. O. W. Weeks.
One and a half cups of brown sugar, two eggs, one teacup of sour
cream, one even teaspoon of soda, about two and a half cu

Cream Of Corn Soup



Put one pint of milk in a double boiler, add one pint of grated corn,

two teaspoonfuls of salt

Strawberry Cream



Dissolve an ounce of Nelson's Gelatine, previously soaked in a gill of

cold water, in a pint o

Patate Alla Crema Potatoes In Cream



Ingredients: Potatoes, butter, Parmesan, white stock, cream, pepper,

salt.




Nut And Cheese Relish
Mix one package cream cheese with one cup of chopped nut meats, one
teaspoon of chopped parsley, two tablespoons of whippe

10 Zephyrs



Whip 1/4 of a pt. of cream. Dissolve 1 good tablespoonful of gelatine in

1/2 a pt. of milk. Wa

Lemon Cream



Cream together the yolks of five (5) eggs and four (4) tablespoons of

sugar. Add the grated ri

Orange Cream. Mrs. S. E. Barlow.
Take half a box of gelatine, and cover with eight tablespoonfuls of
cold water, and soak a half hour. Stand the gelatine

Sweet Cream Dressing



Mix together two tablespoonfuls olive oil, one teaspoonful salt, two

tablespoonfuls sugar, two

Alexander Bomb
Make a vanilla ice cream, one or two quarts, as the occasion demands. When
the ice cream is frozen, pack it in a brick mol

A Simple Dessert



A loaf of stale sponge cake--one that has been baked in a border mould

looks pretty. Saturate

Genoise Pastry
Beat to a cream half a cup of butter and half a cup of sugar. Break
into the cream three eggs, one at a time, and mix unti

Marrow Pudding



Boil two quarts of cream with a little mace and nutmeg; beat very light

ten eggs, leaving out

Orange Pudding No 3



Grate the peel of four china oranges and of one lemon; boil it in a pint

of cream, with a litt

Steamed Asparagus (fine)
Wash asparagus and cut off about an inch of the tough ends, scrape off
thin skin. Place pieces of asparagus tips (all in o

Tutti-frutti Ice Cream
Take three pints of cream, one pound of pulverized sugar and the yolks
of nine eggs. Prepare just like the other creams. W

Cream Of Tomato



Before leaving the soup question, let me say that the cream of tomato is

made by heating two c

Nob Hill Pudding
From MISS MARY ELLIOTT MCCANDLESS, of Pennsylvania, Lady Manager.
To a pint of cream add half a cupful of powdered sugar a

Loaf Ginger Cake
From MRS. MARY R. KINDER, of Delaware, Lady Manager.
One cupful of molasses, one of butter, one of sugar, one of sour

Chocolate Caramels No 2



One pint of fresh milk, three ounces of chocolate, grated, two pounds of

granulated sugar, hal

Rabbit Soup



One large rabbit, one pound of lean ham, one onion, one turnip, and some

celery, two quarts of

Flounders A La Magouze
Place several fish into a baking pan with a glass of white wine, salt,
pepper, and an ounce of butter. While they are cook

Mushrooms Stewed In A Cream Sauce



Make a pint of cream sauce, prepare half a pound of mushrooms as in the

preceding recipe, cut

Cream Of Chicken Or Fowl



For this purpose fowls are preferable, because the breasts are larger.

Take two chickens, cut

Cocoanut Pie A Southern Recipe



One cup of freshly-grated cocoanut, one cup of sugar, three eggs, half a

lemon, juice and grat

Cream Candy
From MRS. J, MONTGOMERY SMITH, of Wisconsin, Alternate Lady Manager.
Four cups granulated sugar; one cup cream; one cup wa

Cream Horseradish Sauce
Chop fine sufficient celery to make a half pint; season it with a quarter
of a teaspoonful of salt, a teaspoonful of onion

Pineapple À L'anvers
Take sponge biscuits and arrange them on a dish, joining each to the
other with jam. (You can make a square or a circle or

Iced Coffee
Take boiled coffee, strain, add sugar to taste and chill. When ready to
serve, add one quart of coffee, one-half cup of cr

Lemon Curd



To a pint of cream, when it boils, put in the whites of six eggs, and

one lemon and a half; st

Plombiere
1 quart of cream
1 pint of orange juice
1/2 box of gelatin
3/4 pound of sugar
Yol

Dressed Cauliflower
Make some puff pastry cases, wash and chop the mushrooms and toss them in
butter to which you have added a slice of lemon.

Maraschino Ice Cream
From MRS. MARY C. HARRISON, of Wyoming, Lady Manager.
Three quarts sweet cream; one quart powdered sugar; one pint sweet
Ice Cream Candy



One pound granulated sugar, one pound pulverized sugar, one cup water,

two tablespoonfuls whit

Spanish Cream



3/4 box of gelatine soaked soft in 1-1/2 pints milk; bring to a boil.

Stir in the beaten yolks

Custards Or Creams



But nicer cates, her dainty's boasted fare,

The _jellied cream_ or custards, daintiest

Bean Polenta (italian).
Make a rich pie-crust and let bake until done. Peel and chop some
peaches and mix with sugar to taste. Fill the pie with t

French Dressing
1/2 pint of mayonnaise
1/2 pint of cream
2 tablespoonfuls of finely grated horseradish
Whip the cre

Maple Cream Cake



One cup of sugar, two eggs, two tablespoonfuls butter, a little less

than two cups of flour, t

Banana
These creams are not so good as those made from raw cream, but with care
and good flavoring are quite as good as the ordin

Chocolate Cream
For one and one-half pints of milk half a breakfast-cupful of rice. Let
it boil with sugar and vanilla; strain the whole.

Ice Cream Made By Beating With Paddle
This recipe for a delicious and easily prepared ice cream was given
Mary by a friend living in Philadelphia and is not ori

Frozen Custard
One quart of milk, yolk of five eggs, sweeten to taste, and flavor with
vanilla to taste. Boil the milk first, and after t

Peas And Carrots



One cup of carrots cut in dice and cooked, two cups green peas (or

canned), four tablespoonful

Tomato Bisque



2/3 cup canned tomatoes

1/4 slice onion

Bit of bay leaf

2 cl

Duchess Cream



1/2 pint tapioca soaked over night in 1/2 pint of cold water; in the

morning drain, and cover

Maple Sauce
1/2 cupful of cream or condensed milk
2 ounces of chocolate
1 cupful of sugar
1 teaspoonful

Bouillon
Buy a soup bone, cook with a chopped onion, one stalk of celery and a
sprig of parsley until meat falls from bone. Season

Another



Take eight spoonfuls of white wine, three of vinegar, one of soy or

ketchup, three anchovies,

Orange Frosting
1/3 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 cup milk
1-3/4 cups flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoo

7 Oyster Chartreuse



Boil and mash fine 6 potatoes, add a cupful of milk, salt and pepper to

taste, a little butter

Orange SoufflÉ
1 small bottle, or sixteen preserved marrons
1 quart of cream
4 ounces of sugar
4 tablespo

Cream Puffs
One cup of hot water, one-half cup of butter; boil together, and while
boiling stir in one cup of sifted flour dry; take f

Cream Puffs



1 cup hot water, 1/2 cup butter. Boil water and butter together, and

stir in 1 cup dry flour w

Biscuits GlacÉs
1 quart of cream
1/2 pound of sugar
1/4 pound of Jordan almonds
1 teaspoonful of almond extrac

Canned Fruit Frozen
Without opening, pack a can of pears in ice and salt, as for ice-cream.
Let it remain for three or four hours. When taken

Maple PanachÉe
Make a quart of vanilla ice cream and stir into it a pint of cream whipped
to a stiff froth. Line round stiff paper charlo

Charlotte Russe Cake



MRS. RICHARD TURNER.



One cup of flour, one cup of sugar, three eggs, two teaspoo

Coffee Mousse
1/4 pound of Jordan almonds
2 ounces of almond paste
2/3 cupful of powdered sugar
1 pint of th

To Make Blamange



Take two Ounces of Ising-glass, steep it all Night in Rose-Water;

then take it out of the Wate

Rice Cream



Boil a quart of milk with a laurel-leaf; pour it on five dessert

spoonfuls of ground rice; let

Italian Tongue.
Boil a trout well seasoned; add 1 sliced onion, 1 carrot chopped, 2
sprigs of parsley and 1 bay-leaf, a few peppercorns an

Oriental Vegetable Curry.
Boil eggs until hard; remove the shells. Cut out the centres
lengthwise; then chop cooked chicken to a fine mince; add the

Biscuit



(Pezzo in gelo)



Make a cream with:



Water, five ounc

To Make Clouted-cream



Take four Gallons of Milk, let it just boil up; then put in two

Quarts of Cream, and when it b

Frozen Punch



1/4 cup cream

2 tablespoons cold water

1-1/2 teaspoons rum

1

Potato Puff
Take two cups of cold mashed potatoes and stir into them one tablespoon
of melted butter, beating to a white cream before

Boston Cream (a Summer Drink)



MRS. W. FRASER.



Make a syrup of four pounds of white sugar, with four quarts of

Scrambled Eggs
Put half cup of cream sauce into shallow baking dish. Open eggs
carefully and place on sauce; cook over boiling water from

Eringo Cream



Take a quarter of a pound of eringoes, and break them into short pieces;

put to them a pint of

Spinach Soup



1 tablespoon cooked chopped spinach

2/3 cup chicken stock

1 egg yolk


Lobster Croquettes
From MRS. JOSEPH C. STRAUGHAN, of Idaho, Lady Manager.
Two lobsters, each weighing about two and a half lbs.; one pint of<

Onion Soup No 2



Boil three pounds of veal with a handful of sweet herbs, and a little

mace; when well boiled s

Chicken Terrapin No 1



Chop the meat of a cold chicken and 1 parboiled sweet-bread quite fine.

Make a cream sauce, wi

Prune Pudding
From MRS. MARY S. MCNEAL, of Oklahoma, Alternate Lady Manager. To a
large cup of stewed prunes (chopped fine) add a large

Tapioca Cream. Mrs. O. W. Weeks.
Soak one teacup of tapioca in water over night. In the morning, set
one quart of milk in a kettle of boiling water, and l

Cheese And Nut Sandwiches
Cut thin rounds from rye bread. Spread with the following mixture: take
one cream cheese, rub to a cream, season to taste

Charlotte Russe
From MRS. SUSAN W. BALL, of Indiana, Alternate Lady Manager.
One-half box gelatine, put to soak in one-half pint of milk f

Milk Or Cream Toast
Toast as many slices of stale light bread as desired a light brown. Heat
milk or cream, allowing one-half cup for each sli

Chocolate Caramels No 1



Six pounds of light brown sugar, one pound of butter, one pound of

chocolate, one pint of crea

Cocoanut Cake



1 cup butter

1 cup sweet milk

1 teaspoon soda


Pistache Ice Cream



(Gelato di pistacchi)



Milk, one quart.

Sugar, six ounces.


Thick Cream Sauce
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon flour
1 cup milk or cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon white pepper
Presbyterian Pudding. Mrs. J. Edd Thomas.
Stew prunes, or any small fruit, sweeten to taste, and while boiling
put in a few thin slices of white bread; when the bre

Maple Mousse



Three-fourths cup maple syrup, yolks of four eggs, one pint whipped

cream. Beat yolks until li

Cream Puffs. Mrs. T. H. Linsley.
Two cups water boiled with one cup butter, one and one-half cups
flour; let stand until cool; then stir in five eggs, one

Calf's-feet Jelly
A pint and a half of rich cream.
A quart and a half-pint of morning's milk.
One pound of loaf sugar.
T

Chocolate Cream
Prunes are very good done this way. Take a pound of prunes, soak them
twenty-four hours in water. Put them on the fire in

Cream Of Chicken Sandwiches



Take sufficient white meat of chicken to make a half cup; chop and

pound it; reduce it to a pa

Lobster A La Newburg



MRS. J. G. SCOTT.



Two pounds of lobster, one half cup of cream, two eggs (hard b

10 Cocoanut Ice Cream



Put 1 pint of milk over the fire in a double boiler with the grated

yellow rind of a lemon and

Blueberry Cake



Half a cup of butter beaten to a cream with half a cup of sugar, one cup

of Porto Rico molasse

Croutons Alla Romana



Ingredients: Bread, fowl forcemeat, tongue, truffles, herbs, cream,

stock, butter, flour, eggs

Chocolate Cream



Soak a third of a box of gelatine in a very little cold water. Put a cup

and a half of milk in

Egg-nog
Separate the whites and yolks of the eggs. To each yolk add one
tablespoon of sugar and beat until very light. Beat whites

To Make Citron-cream



Take half a Pound of Green Citron, cut it as thin as possible, and

in small long Pieces, but n

Cream Filling
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup milk
2 cups flour
3

Wafers



Cream one-third cup butter, add one cup powdered sugar. Mix well. Add

one-half cup milk altern

Strawberry Mousse



In strawberry season, particularly on a farm where there is an abundance

of rich cream and lus

Rolled Jelly



MRS. W. W. WELCH.



Two eggs, yolks and whites beaten separately. Take the yolks a

15 Lobster Cream



Pour 1/2 a pint of boiling milk over a small cupful of bread crumbs;

when nearly cold add 3 we

Asparagus Soup



12 stalks asparagus, or

1/3 cup canned asparagus tips

2/3 cup chicken stock

Crackers With Cream Cheese And Guava Jelly



Spread zepherettes with cream cheese and dot with Guava jelly.







Aunt Sarah's Delicious Cream Biscuits
Place in a flour sifter 2 cups of flour, 2 teaspoonfuls baking powder,
1/2 teaspoonful of salt and 1/2 teaspoonful of suga

Frozen Custard
1/2 pint of apricot jam
1 pint of cream
1/2 pint of milk
2 tablespoonfuls of noyau


Cream Cakes No 3



Make a layer cake of 2 cups sugar, 1/2 cup butter, 3 eggs, 1/2 cup milk,

3 of flour, an even t

To Make Orange-butter



Take the Rind of two or three Oranges, and boil them very tender;

then beat them very fine in

Hungarian Goulash



3 lbs. beef (cut in squares)

6 oz. bacon (cut in dice)



Cream Of Asparagus Soup
Proceed as with cream of celery soup, substituting one-half bundle of
fresh asparagus or an equal amount of canned for the

Hominy
Get the unbroken hominy and after careful washing soak it twenty-four
hours in the water. Cook one cup of hominy slowly in

Delicious Pudding
From MARY B. HANCOCK,
Ten eggs; one quart of cream; eight tablespoonfuls of sugar; one
dessertspoon of vanilla. Beat

To Make Chocolate-cream



Take a Quarter of a Pound of Chocolate, breaking it into a Quarter

of a Pint of boiling Water;

Vanilla Or Cream Sauce
Mix one teaspoon cornstarch and one tablespoon of sugar thoroughly; on
them slowly pour one cup of scalding milk, stirring

No. 168. Carote E Piselli Alla Panna (carrots And Peas)
Ingredients: Young carrots, peas, cream, salt.
Half cook equal quantities of peas and young carrots (the carrots
sh

To Make Sego-cream



Take two Spoonfuls of Sego, boil it in two Waters, straining the

Water from it; then put to it

French Pancakes



MRS. BENSON BENNETT.



Four eggs, weight of four eggs in butter, sugar and flour,

Carote E Piselli Alla Panna Carrots And Peas



Ingredients: Young carrots, peas, cream, salt.



Half cook equal quantities of pea

Lemon Cream No 2



Pare three smooth-skinned lemons; squeeze out the juice; cut the peel in

small pieces, and put

Charlotte Russe
From MRS. MARCIA LOUISE GOULD, of Illinois, President State Board and
Lady Manager.
Whip one quart of rich cream to

Rice Mousse With A Compote Of Mandarins
4 ounces of pistachio nuts
1 tablespoonful of gelatin
1 pint of water
1 pint of cream

Potatoes In Milk
Cut cold boiled potatoes into dice; to each pint allow a half pint of
cream sauce. Put a layer of the sauce in the bottom

Cream Pudding



Beat six eggs to a froth--then mix with them three table-spoonsful of

powdered white sugar, th

Butter--as It Was Made At The Farm, By "aunt Sarah"
Aunt Sarah strained fresh, sweet milk into small, brown earthenware
crocks kept for this purpose, scrupulously clean. The

Almond Jelly Cake. Mrs. George Kling.
Three coffee-cups sugar, one heaping coffee-cup butter, and the yolks
of six eggs, beaten together to a cream; five even c

Cream Of Celery
Cook 1 large stalk of celery, also the root cut up in dice, in 1 pint
of water, 1/2 hour or longer. Mash celery and put th

Charlotte Russe



Line a plain mould at the bottom and sides with sponge finger-biscuits,

fill it with strawberr

Potato Puff



MISS CORDELIA JACKSON.



Take two cupfuls of cold mashed potato, and stir into it

Almond Cream



Beat half a pound of fine almonds, blanched in cold water, very fine,

with orange-flower water

Roll Jelly Cake
From MRS. FRANCE LUSE ALBRIGHT, of New Mexico, Lady Manager.
To be baked in layers. Four eggs; three-fourths of a cup of b

Chicken Bouillon
1 quart of plain or chicken bouillon
1 quart of clam bouillon
1/2 pint of cream
Paprika
The Merry Widow
1 pint of milk
1 pint of cream
6 ounces of sugar
1 cupful of Sultanas
1 teaspoo

Coffee For Twenty People
Add and mix one pound of coffee finely ground, with one egg and enough
cold water to thoroughly moisten it, cover and let

Spring Turnips In Cream Sauce



Pare and cut into dice some young turnips, cook them tender in as little

water as possible, sa

Baked Cream Potatoes



Cut raw potatoes in very thin slices and put a layer of them in a

buttered earthen dish. Cover

Sweetbread Patties
From MISS JENNIE TORREYSON, of Nevada, Alternate Lady Manager.
One pound sweetbreads. Soak them one hour in salt water; bo

Cinnamon Cake



One cup of granulated sugar, butter the size of an egg, one egg, one cup

of milk, two cups of

Cocoa Cream Candy
2 cups light brown sugar
1/3 cup milk or cream
1 tablespoon butter
3/4 cup chopped nuts
1 teaspoon vanil

A Country Batter Pie
Line two medium-sized pie-tins with pastry crust in which pour the
following mixture, composed of 1/2 cup of granulated su

Windsor Rock Punch



For twenty-four persons. Boil two quarts of cream; mix with it half a

pound of granulated suga

No. 3. Bechamel Sauce
Ingredients: Butter, ham, veal, carrots, shallot, celery bay leaf,
cloves, thyme, peppercorns, potato flour, cream, fowl

Bechamel Sauce



Ingredients: Butter, ham, veal, carrots, shallot, celery bay leaf,

cloves, thyme, peppercorns,

Baked Chopped Herring
Soak herring one hour in water and then one and a half in sweet milk,
skin, bone and chop; cut up a medium-sized onion, fr

Codfish With Cream. Mrs. E. P. True.
Take a piece of codfish six inches square; soak twelve hours in soft,
cold water; shred fine with the fingers; boil a few

Swedish Salad



One cup each of boiled potatoes, beet root, fish (mackerel, salmon or

cold meat), celery root

Another Way Richer



Take two quarts of cream, and boil it with whole spice; then take twelve

eggs, well beaten and

Butter Scotch
2 cups sugar
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
1 teaspoon lemon extract
Add a little wate

Cream Of Corn Soup
Take a can of corn or six ears of corn. Run a sharp knife down through
the center of each row of kernels, and with the bac

Rich Cream Cake



Stir together, till very white, half a pound of butter, three-quarters

of a pound of sugar. Be

Vanilla Ice Cream



A quart of rich milk, three-quarters of a pound of sugar, eight egg

yolks and a small vanilla

No. 130. Croutons Alla Romana
Ingredients: Bread, fowl forcemeat, tongue, truffles, herbs,
cream, stock, butter, flour, eggs.
Cut a bit of crumb

Eggs Richmond
Chop sufficient cold chicken to make a half cupful, add an equal
quantity of finely-chopped mushrooms, add this to a half

Cream Cake. Mrs. G. H. Wright.
Two cups granulated sugar, three-fourths cup butter, one cup sweet
milk, three cups sifted flour, three teaspoons baking p

Caramel Cake
From MRS. SALLIE S. COTTEN, of North Carolina, President State Board
and Alternate Lady Manager.
One pound sugar; on

Blancmange No 1



To one pint of calves' foot or hartshorn jelly add four ounces of

almonds blanched and beaten

Nuts



Nuts are used so much nowadays, in all kinds of cookery, that we find

them in the most unexpec

Turkish Pudding.
Cream 1 cup of butter with 2 cups of brown sugar; add 4 beaten eggs, 1
teaspoonful of soda dissolved in 1 large cup of str

Ravioli Of Spinach



Prepare a potato paste as for Potato Turnovers, or a good puff paste,

and with a saucer or tin

Charlotte Russe



1 pint cream, whipped light, 1/2 ounce gelatine dissolved in 1 gill of

hot milk, whites of 2 e

Chocolate Cream



Boil a quarter of a pound of loaf sugar in a pint of milk. Dissolve in

it an ounce of Nelson's

Pinoche
Take one cup of (packed) medium brown sugar, one-quarter cup of cream,
one-third cup of nut meats, one-quarter pound pecan

Vanilla
1 pint of strong black coffee
1 pint of cream
2 eggs
1/2 pound of sugar
1 teaspoo

Creamed Mushrooms



1 lb. mushrooms

flour to thicken

1/4 lb. butter

Iced Apples With Cream



MRS. W. W. WELCH.



Pare and core six apples; cook them in a syrup made of one cup

A Juditha.
Put some gooseberries into a saucepan with very little water, when
they are soft, pulp them through a sieve, and add sever

Cream Cake. Mrs. Josie Yager.
One cup sugar, three eggs, one and one-half cups flour, three
tablespoons water, two teaspoons baking powder, flavoring to

Almond Butter



Put half a pound of blanched almonds, finely beaten, into a quart of

cream and a pint of milk

"cornmeal Sponge" Pudding
Crumble cold corn muffins, or corn cake, a quantity sufficient to fill
two cups. Soak in 1 quart of sweet milk three or fo

Mousse
A parfait is a dessert made from frozen whipped cream, sweetened and
flavored. An old fashioned parfait was not frozen in

Cauliflower Soup



1/3 cup cooked cauliflower

2/3 cup chicken stock

Small stalk celery
<

Mustard Dressing To Serve With Sliced Tomatoes
Two tablespoonfuls mustard, 1 tablespoonful of sugar, 1/2 cup cream, 1
tablespoon salt, yolks of two eggs and 1/2 cup of v

Pineapple Cream



1 small can grated pineapple, 1 cup water, 1 of sugar. Let it come to a

boil. 1 package gelati

Cocoa
Mix four tablespoonfuls of cocoa to a smooth paste with one cup of
boiling water. Add one more cup boiling water and boil

Water Cresses To Stew



When the cresses are nicely picked and well washed, put them into a

stewpan with a little butt

Sweet Potato Croquettes



Three medium-sized potatoes baked and mashed very fine and beaten to a

cream with one generous

Oyster Canapes
1 cup cream.
4 tablespoonfuls of bread crumbs.
1 tablespoonful of butter.
3 dozen stewing oysters.
Seaso

Potato Puff



Two cupfuls of smoothly mashed boiled or baked potatoes, two

tablespoonfuls of melted butter,

Whipt Cream
A quart of cream.
A quarter of a pound of loaf sugar, powdered.
Half a pint of white wine and Half a gill of b

Fresh Strawberry Icing
1 cup confectioners' sugar
4 tablespoons cocoa
white of 1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon melt

Cauliflower Soup



One cauliflower, two yolks of egg, one half pint of cream, one quart

chicken stock. Boil toget

Cream Of Celery Soup
Break three stalks of celery in one-inch pieces and pound in a mortar.
Cook in double boiler with one slice of onion and t

Claret Punch
From MRS. SARAH S. C. ANGELL of Michigan, Lady Manager.
One quart rich cream, juice and peel three lemons, one pint sherry

Orange Cream Layer Cake
1 tablespoon butter
1 cup confectioners' sugar
1 tablespoon cocoa
2 tablespoons strong coffee
1/4 teaspo

Leaf Puffs
Cream one cup of butter until soft, add two cups of sifted flour, mix
well, and add just enough sweet cream to make a nice

Mushroom Soup



3 mushrooms

2/3 cup chicken stock

1/4 slice onion

2 teaspoon

To Make Hartshorn-flummery



Take half a Pound of Hartshorn, boil it in four Quarts of Water till

it comes to one, or less;

Cream Sauce For White Dishes



Put a bit of butter into a stewpan, with parsley, scallions, and

shalots, the whole shred fine

Eggs And Bread



Never go to France,

Unless you know the lingo;

If you do, like me,<

Prune Pudding
Take one quart of milk, one teaspoon of salt, one cup of sugar and two
well-beaten eggs. Heat this and then pour in slowly

Hog's Puddings White No 2



Take a quart of cream and fourteen eggs, leaving out half the whites;

beat them but a little,

Omelet With Sweetbreads
This is a very good way to make sweetbreads do double duty. Boil a
pair of sweetbreads until they are tender. Remove the m

Pea And Asparagus



For cream of pea soup, simply substitute two cupfuls of cooked peas that

have been pressed thr

Veal Loaf



Three pounds of raw veal chopped very fine, butter size of an egg, three

eggs, three tablespoo

Eggs A La Creme



Boil the eggs, which must be quite fresh, twelve minutes; and throw them

into cold water. When

To Make Almond-butter


Take half a Pound of Almonds finely beaten, mix them in a Quart of

Cream; strain the Cream, and g

Floating Island



Mix a pint and a half of sweet thick cream with a gill of wine, the

juice of half a lemon, and

Frittata Di Prosciutto Ham Omelette



Ingredients: Eggs, ham, Parmesan, mint, pepper, clotted cream.



Beat up three egg

French Cheese



Boil two pints of milk and one of cream, with a blade of mace and a

little cinnamon: put the y

Cream Of Spinach



Take two large handfuls of spinach, after it is washed and picked over,

a small head of lettuc

Pepper Nuts No 2



Half a pound of butter beaten to a cream, then add three-quarters of a

pound of sugar, three e

Curds And Whey
A quart of new milk, and a half a pint of cream, mixed.
A quarter of a pound of powdered white sugar.
A large

Fish And Custard
Take a fresh raw whiting, fillet it, and pass the flesh through a wire
sieve.
For a small dish take four ounces of t

Hartshorn Flummery No 1



Take half a pound of hartshorn; boil it in four quarts of water, till

reduced to one quarter o

Puree De Petit Pois



MISS STEVENSON.



One pint green peas, two yolks of egg, one gill cream, one and o

Vanilla Cream
Take half a pound of fresh butter, four ounces of powdered sugar, and
work them well together. When they are well mixed, a

Cream Of Corn



Use one can of corn for one quart of soup. Crush it thoroughly with

pestle or potato-masher to

Frozen Plum Pudding
1 quart of milk
1/2 pint of cream
6 ounces of sugar
1 tablespoonful of granulated gelatin
Orange Cake



MRS. A. J. ELLIOTT.



Two cups of flour, one scant cup of milk, one cup of sugar,

White Villeroy



Ingredients: Butter, flour, eggs, cream, nutmeg, white stock.



Make a light-colou

Champagne Cream



Although this is properly a jelly, when well made it eats so rich that

it is usually called cr

Cream Of Jerusalem Artichokes



Wash and peel enough artichokes to make a pint when cut in slices. Put

them in a saucepan with

Ginger Cookies
From MRS. ROBT. B. MITCHELL, of Kansas, Lady Manager.
Beat to a cream one cup of butter, two and one-half cups of sugar an

Tea Cake. Mrs. Geo. Turner.
One egg, one cup sour cream, one-half teaspoon soda in one pint flour,
butter the size of half an egg, one cup sugar.

Another Way



Boil up a pint of cream, then take it off; slice two penny loaves thin,

and put them into the

Water Ices And Sherbets Or Sorbets
Make a fruit salad as in preceding recipe. Make a pint of orange or
strawberry ice. At serving time fill parfait or ice cr

20 Cheese Timbales



Make a sauce with 2 tablespoonfuls each of butter and flour and half a

cup each of thin cream,

Batter Pudding



1 pint of milk, scalded, stir in 1 tablespoon corn starch and 2 of

flour, mixed with a little

Devil's Food



2 cups brown sugar

2 eggs

3 cups flour



Chartreuse Of Oranges



Peel four or five oranges, carefully take out the divisions which put on

a hair sieve in a coo

Imitation Lemon Cream



This will be found useful when cream is not to be had. Put the thin peel

of two lemons into ha

Farina Gems
2 cupfuls of milk
1/2 cupful of sugar
2 eggs
1 cupful of left-over farina or cream of wheat
1 teaspoonfu

Angel Food Cake. Miss Nellie Linsley.
Whites of eleven eggs, one cup of flour, one and one-half cups of
granulated sugar, one teaspoonful of cream tartar, one t

Maple Bisque
Boil one cup of maple syrup until quite thick; beat yolks of three eggs;
add to syrup while hot, stirring constantly until

Mushroom Ketchup



If you please,

I'll taste your tempting toasted cheese,

Eggs Beauregard
Hard-boil five eggs. Separate the whites from the yolks. Put the yolks
through a sieve. Put the whites either through a ve

Mayonnaise



Two tablespoonfuls butter, one teaspoonful mustard, one teaspoonful

salt, four teaspoonfuls su

Baked Eggs



Twelve hard-boiled eggs, one-half pint cream, butter size of an egg, one

teaspoonful fine chop

Marshmallow Cream



Whip thick half a pint of cream, add two tablespoonfuls of

confectioner's sugar, one white of

To Make Brown-wafers



Take half a Pint of Milk and half a Pint of Cream, and put to it

half a Pound of brown Sugar;

Frozen Chocolate
12 large ripe bananas
1 pound of sugar
1/2 pint of water
1 pint of cream
Juice o

Biscuits Americana
1 pint of cream
1 pint of milk
4 eggs
4 tart apples
1 pint of water


Onion Soup



Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter in a spider, when it bubbles add four

large onions, washed,

Banana Pudding



MISS J. P. M'GIE.



Two tablespoonfuls of cornstarch wet with cold water, one cup

Chocolate Layer Cake



Half a cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three whole eggs, or the whites

of six, one cup of mi

No. 64. Sogliole Alla Parmigiana (sole).
Ingredients: Sole, Parmesan, butter, cream, cayenne.
Fillet a sole and wipe each piece with a clean cloth, then place

Sogliole Alla Parmigiana Sole*



Ingredients: Sole, Parmesan, butter, cream, cayenne.



Fillet a sole and wipe each

Cream Of Summer Squash



Peel the squash, slice thin, put in a saucepan and add boiling water to

come nearly to the top

No. 166. Cetriuoli Alla Borghese (cucumber)
Ingredients: Cucumber, cream, salt, Bechamel sauce, butter,
Parmesan, cayenne pepper.
Cook a cucumber as in No. 165

Cetriuoli Alla Borghese Cucumber



Ingredients: Cucumber, cream, salt, Bechamel sauce, butter, Parmesan,

cayenne pepper.

Marshmallow Filling Or Icing
3 ounces melted chocolate
3 tablespoons cream
1 egg
3/4 cup powdered sugar
1 tablespoon cornstarch


Boiled Salad Dressing



3 eggs, 3 tablespoons dry mustard, 1 teacup of oil or cream, 1/2 cup

vinegar, salt to taste. M

Eggs A La Paysanne
6 eggs
1/2 cupful of cream
2 tablespoonfuls of grated onion
1 clove of garlic
1/2 teaspo

Sponge Cake To Roll



4 eggs, 1 cup powdered sugar, 1 of flour, 1 teaspoon cream tartar, 1/2

teaspoon saleratus, 1 t

A Filling For Patties



Break two eggs in a bowl, add a little salt and white pepper, a few

drops of onion juice and f

Beet Soup (russian Style)
Cut two small beets in strips, cover with water and let cook until
tender, add citric acid (sour salt) and a little sugar

Baking Powder



One pound cream of tartar, one-half pound bicarbonate of soda, one-half

pound flour. Sift the

Mushroom Soup



1 pint of white stock, 2 tablespoonfuls butter, 1/4 teaspoon of pepper,

and 1 teaspoon of salt

Princess Amelia's Cream Cheese



Wash the soap out of a napkin; double it to the required size, and put

it wet into a pewter so

Finnan Haddie



Boil a three-pound haddock until the skin comes off easily, remove every

particle of bone, cut

Chocolate Pudding



Beat one-quarter of a pound of butter to a cream and stir in six egg

yolks, one at a time, the

Neapolitan Blocks
1 pint of cream
1 pint of milk
2 eggs
1/2 pint of chopped black walnuts
1 teaspoo

Anchovies
Boil your potatoes and let them be of the firm, soapy kind, not the
floury kind. When cooked, and cold, cut them into dice

Puree De Veau



Four ounces pounded veal, one pint stock, one ounce butter, one ounce

flour, yolks of two eggs

Verdure Miste Macedoine Of Vegetables



Ingredients: Cauliflower, carrots, celery, spinach, butter, cream,

pepper, Parmesan.

Apple Snow
This will use the yolks of two eggs and any little sour cream that may be
left over. Shred the cabbage and soak it in cold

Cherry Diplomate
Line a mold with white cake, thinly sliced, which you have previously
dipped in maraschino or some other fine brandy. Then

Pistachio Mousse
4 eggs
1/2 cupful of sugar
1 pint of cream
1 teaspoonful of vanilla
5 drops of co

Angel Cake
From MRS. MARY C. HARRISON, of Wyoming, Lady Manager.
The whites of fifteen eggs; one and one-half cups of powdered sugar;

Bachelor's Buttons
5 oz. Flour--1/2d.

2 oz. Sugar--1/2d.

1/2 teaspoonful Carbonate of Soda

1 oz. Butter<

Mock Terrapin
From MRS. FRANCIS B. CLARKE, of Minnesota, Lady Manager.
Take a pound of fresh mushrooms, the larger the more tender; peel

Palestine Soup



MRS. W. COOK.



Wash and pare two pounds of artichokes and put them in a stewpan w

Spanish Cream
Half a box of Knox gelatine, 1 quart of milk, 4 eggs. Put gelatine in
milk, let stand 1 hour to dissolve. Set over fire to

Ginger Cream



Soak a quarter of a box of gelatine in half a cup of milk for half an

hour, then place the bow

London Wigs



Take a quarter of a peck of flour; put to it half a pound of sugar, and

as much caraways, smoo

New England Potato Salad



One pint of cream, yolks of two eggs, one-half teaspoonful dry mustard,

one-half teaspoonful s

Trifle No 1



Take as many macaroons as the bottom of your dish will hold; peel off

the wafers, and dip the

Fish Cream



MRS. J. G. SCOTT.



One can of salmon, one quart of milk, one cup of flour, one cu

Scalloped Oysters
To each 30 oysters use 1-1/2 cups thick cream sauce page 35. Put
oysters with liquor into shallow pan over quick fire and

Eggs Courtland
Mince sufficient cold chicken to make a half cupful. Make a half pint
of cream sauce, add the minced chicken, a half teasp

Bean Salad



1/4 peck Green String Beans

1/2 small onion

1/2 cup

Coffee
1 pint of cream
1 pint of milk
1/2 pound of sugar
4 eggs
3 tablespoonfuls of cara

Angels Food Cake. Florence Eckhart.
The whites of ten eggs, one and a half tumblers of granulated sugar,
one tumbler of flour; a heaping teaspoon of cream tar

Nesselrode Pudding
Put on one-half pound of shelled and skinned chestnuts in cold water,
and let them boil until very tender, then press them

Marble Cake



Whites of 6 eggs, 1-1/2 cups sugar, 3/4 cup butter, 1/3 cup milk and

1-3/4 cups flour, 1 teasp

Velvet Cream



Soak three-quarters of an ounce of Nelson's Patent Gelatine in

half-a-pint of sherry or raisin

Angel Food



Whites of twelve eggs, one-half pint flour, three-fourths pint sugar,

one level teaspoonful cr

Oyster Croquettes
Boil 50 oysters five minutes, drain. When cold, cut into small pieces,
add 1/2 cup of bread crumbs and mix all together wi

Charlotte Russe
From MRS. CHARLES PRICE, of North Carolina, Third Vice-President Board
Lady Managers.
One pint rich cream; two eggs;

Charlotte Russe



Eighteen Savoy biscuit, three-fourths pint cream, one tablespoon

powdered sugar, one-half ounc

Cream Cake. Mrs. Fenton Fish.
Two tablespoons butter, two teacups sugar, three eggs, one-half teacup
sweet milk, two tablespoons cold water, two teacups

Vegetable Soup



One cup and a half of green peas, three small French carrots, and a

small cauliflower cut into

Cream Puffs
1/4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 cup milk
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder

Cocoanut Cakes



One pound of granulated sugar, half a pound of grated cocoanut, half a

cup of water and a salt

Cinnamon Bread.
Take flour as for making biscuit; add a cupful of yeast sponge, two
well beaten eggs, a quart of luke-warm water, and a cu

Apple Marmalade



Two pounds of tart cooking apples, one pound of sugar, one pint of

water, one lemon and some b

Cottage Fruit Pudding



2 teaspoons butter

1 egg

1/4 teaspoon salt

Caramel
1 pint of cream
1 pint of milk
1/2 pound of sugar
4 eggs
2 ounces of chocolate
Nut Cake
From MRS. FRANCES C. HOLLEY, of North Dakota, Alternate Lady Manager.
Three cups of sugar; one cup of butter; four cups of

Cake



Five pounds of flour dried, six pounds of currants, a quart of boiled

cream, a pound and a hal

Recipe For Making "baking Powder"
Sift together three times (through a fine sieve) 8 tablespoonfuls of
cream of tartar, 4 tablespoonfuls of baking soda (sal

Chocolate Cake



MISS M. A. RITCHIE.



Dissolve two ounces of chocolate in five tablespoonfuls boil

No. 95. Timballo Alla Romana
Ingredients: Cold fowl, game, or sweetbread, butter, lard, flour,
Parmesan, truffles, macaroni, onions, cream.
Make

Timballo Alla Romana



Ingredients: Cold fowl, game, or sweetbread, butter, lard, flour,

Parmesan, truffles, macaroni

A Filling For The Center Of Mould Of Spinach



Break two eggs in a bowl, add a little salt and four tablespoonfuls of

cream and beat them sli

Croquettes
From MISS JOSEPHINE SHAKSPEARE, of Louisiana, Lady Manager.
Boil the chicken until very tender; pull the meat from the bon

Salads--aunt Sarah's Salad Dressing
For this she used 1 pint of sour cream, 1-1/2 tablespoonfuls of flour,
1-1/2 tablespoonfuls of mustard (pulverized dry mus

Uova Al Tartufi Eggs With Truffles



Ingredients: Eggs, butter, cream, truffles, Velute sauce, croutons.



Beat up six

Savoury Haricots On Toast



1 pint water.

1/2 pint soaked haricot beans.

1 tablespoon cream or milk.
Ice Cream Cake



1 cup butter, 2 cups sugar, a little more than 2/3 cup of milk, 4 even

cups of sifted flour, i

Boiled Salad Dressing



As many people do not care for the flavor of oil, a nice easy dressing

is made by taking two t

White Layer Cake
1 tablespoon cream
1 cup confectioners' sugar
Pulp and grated rind of 1 orange
1/2 teaspoon orange extract

Strawberry Blanc Mange
From MRS. GEORGE W. LAMAR, of Georgia, Alternate Lady Manager.
One quart of cream; sweeten and flavor with two wine-glasse

Angel Cake



Whites of 11 eggs, 1-1/2 cups granulated sugar, 1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon

cream tartar, 1/2 teas

Cream Of Celery Soup



4 teacups of chopped celery, 1 quart of milk; boil celery soft (saving

water it is boiled in);

Salmon On Toast



Toast bread and butter it. One and one-half pint milk and cream mixed;

heat boiling hot; two t

Cottage Cheese



Warm from the cow she pours

The milky flood. An acid juice infused,

Molasses Cake
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon lemon extract
1/2 cup rich milk or thin cream
1 c

Frau Schmidt's Lemon Cake
1-1/2 cups sugar.
1/2 cup butter and lard.
3 small eggs or 2 large ones.
1/2 cup sweet milk.
2 cups flou

Cottage Cheese



First the sour milk! Not attractive as sour milk, but most delicious as

cream cheese. Set one

Another



Take half a pound of butter, and half a pound of powdered lump-sugar;

beat them till they are

Eggs En Panade
2 eggs
6 slices of bread
1/2 cupful of milk or cream
4 tablespoonfuls of olive oil
1 t

Pineapple Souffle.
Pare, and remove the eyes from two good-sized pineapples; then chop
into bits, and sprinkle with one-half pound of sugar;

Cream Of Green Peas



Put a quart of green peas into a saucepan with a slice of white onion,

cover with boiling wate

Chicken Terrapin No 3



Boil chicken in salted water. 1 quart of cold cooked chicken cut into

dice; cooked livers of 1

Tutti Frutti, Italian Fashion
1 pint of milk
1 pint of cream
1/2 pint of mixed candied fruits
4 eggs
1 cupful o

Cremona Cake



Ingredients: Ground rice, ground maize, sugar, one orange, eggs, salt,

cream, Maraschino, almo

A "sponge Custard" Cake
4 eggs.
2 cups granulated sugar.
3 cups flour.
1 teaspoonful baking soda.
1 cup cold water.
Juice

Winter Cream Cheese



Take twenty quarts of new milk warm from the cow; strain it into a tub;

have ready four quarts

Biscuit Tortoni, No. 1
Take one-half cup of granulated sugar, one-fourth pound of stale
macaroons grated, one-half pint of heavy cream (whipped),

No. 128. Minuta Alla Visconti (chickens' Livers)
Ingredients: Fowls' livers, eggs, cheese, butter, cream, cayenne
pepper.
Braize two fowls' livers in butter, then p

Minuta Alla Visconti Chickens' Livers



Ingredients: Fowls' livers, eggs, cheese, butter, cream, cayenne pepper.



Braize

Blanquette Of Veal



2 cups cold roast veal

3 teaspoons cream

2 teaspoon

Almond Creams Walnut Creams Chocolate Creams



To the white of 1 egg add an equal quantity of cold water, stir in 1

pound confectioner's suga

English Salt-beef Sandwiches



Whip a half cupful of cream until it is very stiff. Put four

tablespoonfuls of freshly grated

Mary's Cream Pie
Bake crusts in each of two pie-tins. For filling, 1 pint of milk, 1
generous tablespoonful of corn starch, 2 tablespoonful

Caramel Ice Cream
Scald one pint of sweet milk in a double boiler. Stir into it one cup
of sugar and one rounded tablespoonful of flour, whi

Cream Candy
2 cups water
2 cups sugar
1 cup cocoa
1/2 teaspoon salt
Stir water and sugar in saucepan until dissolved

Sunshine Cake No 1



Whites of 6 eggs, yolks of 4, 1 cup of sugar, 3/4 flour, scant teaspoon

cream of tartar, salt,

Delmonico's Cake. Mrs. M. S. Leonard.
One-half cup of butter, two cups of sugar, two teaspoonfuls of baking
powder, two-thirds of a cup of sweet milk, three cup

Cream Of Celery

Cut up six stalks of celery into half-inch pieces; put

them into a saucepan with one red onion quartered, on

Curry Of Mutton
Chop sufficient cold boiled mutton to make a pint; add to it a half pint
of bread crumbs and sufficient white of egg to bi

Fudge
1 cup molasses
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup water
3 tablespoons vinegar
1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
3

Frozen Raspberries
1 quart of cold water
1/2 pound of sugar
6 heaping tablespoonfuls of finely ground coffee
1/2

No. 55. Ostriche Alla Livornese (oysters)
Ingredients: Oysters, parsley, shallot, anchovies, fennel pepper,
bread crumbs, cream, lemon.
Detach the oysters fr

Ostriche Alla Livornese Oysters



Ingredients: Oysters, parsley, shallot, anchovies, fennel pepper, bread

crumbs, cream, lemon.<

Currant Jelly Sauce
2 tablespoons butter
2-1/2 tablespoons flour
1 cup milk or cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon white pe

Bremen Apple Torte
Take seven peeled and cored apples, six tablespoons of sugar, two
tablespoons of butter, and cook together until apples ar

Frozen Pineapple
1 quart of milk
3 ounces of chocolate
2/3 cupful of sugar
1 pint of water
1/2 pint

Date Loaf Cake
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup light brown sugar
2 eggs
1/4 cup strong coffee
1/3 cup rich milk or cream


Cake Alla Tolentina



Ingredients: Sponge-cake, jam, brandy or Maraschino, cream, pine-apple.



Make a m

Cream Candy



Cream candy is made by boiling two cupfuls of granulated sugar, without

stirring, with three-f

Cream Puffs



One pint of flour, one large pint of water, one-half pound of melted

butter; let the butter st

Turkish Soup



MRS. W. COOK.



One quart of white stock, one half teacupful of rice, yolks of two

Frozen Bananas
1 quart of apricots
2 tablespoonfuls of gelatin
1 cupful of sugar
1 pint of cream
Dr

Cinnamon Apples



3 cups sugar--pinch salt

2 1/2 cups water

1 cup cin

Plum Pudding
From MRS. M. D. THATCHER, of Colorado, Lady Manager.
Set a jelly mould on ice; put a layer of maraschino jelly (or any win

No. 121. Cervello In Frittata Montano (calf's Brains)
Ingredients: Calf's brains, stock, cream, eggs, spice, Parmesan,
butter.
Boil a calf's brain in good stock for ten

Cervello In Frittata Montano Calf's Brains



Ingredients: Calf's brains, stock, cream, eggs, spice, Parmesan, butter.



Boil a

Lemon Cake. Mrs. T. H. Linsley.
Three cups of powdered sugar, and one cup of butter rubbed to a cream.
Stir in the yolks of five well-beaten eggs. Dissol

Gooseberry Pudding
Half a pound of stewed pumpkin.
Three eggs.
A quarter of a pound of fresh butter, or a pint of cream.


Sunshine Cake. Mrs. Frank Arrowsmith And Maud Stoltz.
Whites of seven small eggs, yolks of five eggs, one cup of granulated
sugar, two-thirds cup of flour, one-third teaspoon o

Strawberry Shortcake No 1



Puff paste makes a delicious strawberry shortcake. Roll thin, as for pie

crust, and line three

Sponge Pudding



Scald 1 pint of milk, boiling hot, add 1/2 cup butter; when melted, add

a smooth thickening ma

Strawberry Cream



Exactly the same as raspberry.







Cream Filling
2 eggs
1 cup flour
1-1/2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
3/4 cup sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 c

Chicken Croquettes



1 pound of chicken

3 teaspoons chopped parsley

1 1/

Cream Of Celery



For cream of celery take two cupfuls of diced celery, using the leaves,

ends and coarse pieces

Walnut
1 pint of cream
1 pint of milk
1/2 pound of sugar
3 eggs
1/4 vanilla bean or a teas

Orange Pudding No 2



Grate off the rind of two large Seville oranges as far as they are

yellow; put them in fair wa

Welsh Rarebit



One-fourth pound grated cheese, one-fourth cup cream or milk, one-half

teaspoonful mustard, on

Unboiled Almond Cream



Take half a pound of almonds; blanch them, and cut out all their spots:

then beat them very fi

No. 134. Pollo Alla Villereccia (chicken)
Ingredients: Fowl, butter, flour, stock, bacon, ham, mushrooms,
onions, cloves, eggs, cream, lemons.
Cut up a fowl

Pollo Alla Villereccia Chicken



Ingredients: Fowl, butter, flour, stock, bacon, ham, mushrooms, onions,

cloves, eggs, cream, l

Spice Cake
This spice cake is economical, easy to make and delicious, three
qualities which must appeal to the housewife.
Cream

Charlotte Russe



MISS EDITH HENRY.



To make the jelly for bottom of mould one half a package of ge

No. 107. Testa Di Vitello Alla Pompadour (calf's Head)
Ingredients: Calf's head, calf's brains, cream, eggs, truffles,
cinnamon, stock, butter, Parmesan.
Boil and bone ha

Testa Di Vitello Alla Pompadour Calf's Head



Ingredients: Calf's head, calf's brains, cream, eggs, truffles,

cinnamon, stock, butter, Parme

Orange Cream



Beat the yelks of eight eggs, and the whites of two, to a froth, then

stir in half a pound of

Cream Cheesecake



Two quarts of cream set on a slow fire, put into it twelve eggs very

well beat and strained, s

White Soup No 4



Take a knuckle of veal, and put water according to the quantity of soup

you require; let it bo

Whole Wheat Hot Cakes
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 eggs
1 tablespoon sugar
2 cu

Tapioca Cream



A quarter of a cup of pearl tapioca, a cup of water, a pint of rich

milk, three even tablespoo

Syllabub



Mountown! the Muses' most delicious theme,

O, may thy codlins ever swim in cream!

Cream Of Lima Beans



Put over the fire a quart of lima beans in boiling water to cover them;

when nearly tender add

Asparagus Soup



4 bunches asparagus

1 small onion

1 pint milk


A Substitute For Maple Syrup
A very excellent substitute for maple syrup to serve on hot griddle
cakes is prepared from 2 pounds of either brown or whi

Egg Timbales
Butter small timbale molds or custard cups, dust the bottoms and sides
with chopped tongue and finely chopped mushrooms. B

Cream Mushroom Sauce
The white meat of one chicken
1/2 pint of soft white bread crumbs
1/2 cupful of milk
1 teasp

Lettuce Sandwiches



Have bread made into a large, square loaf, take off the crust from one

end, butter and then cu

Brown Soup Stock
1 quart strawberries
1 cup sugar
1/4 box or 1 tablespoon granulated gelatine
2 tablespoons cold water
3

Haricot Souffle With Bechamel Sauce



1/2 pound soaked haricot beans.

1 tablespoon cream or milk.

Whites of 2 egg

Banana Cake With Jelly Sauce
whites of 3 eggs
1-1/4 cups granulated sugar
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extrac

Cheesecake No 1



Take four quarts of new milk and a pint of cream; put in a blade or two

of mace, with a bag of

11 Fig Ice Cream



Put 3-1/2 cupfuls of milk in a double boiler and as soon as it comes to

a boil stir in two tab

Asparagus Forced In French Rolls



Take out the crumb of three French rolls, by first cutting off a piece

of the top crust; but b

Fruit Salad



Equal quantities of grape fruit or oranges, bananas, apples and celery.

Peel the grape fruit o

Pound Cake
Whites of 8 eggs
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
3/4 cup granulated sugar
3/4 cup flour
1 teaspoon Dr. Price'

Rice Border With Vegetables Or Hard Boiled Eggs In Cream Sauce



Three-quarters of a cup of Carolina rice, picked over carefully and

washed. Boil fifteen minut

Frozen Pudding
Add one cup coffee to either French or Philadelphia Ice Cream.


Strawberry Cake
2 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
2 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons s

Gnocchi Alla Romana



Ingredients: Semolina, butter, Parmesan, eggs, nutmeg, milk, cream.



Boil half a

Plain Corned Beef Sandwiches



Butter an equal quantity of white and whole wheat bread. Cut the cooked

corned beef into very

For The Compote
1/2 cupful of rice
1 quart of cream
1 pint of milk
2 teaspoonfuls of vanilla extract or 1/2

Angel Cake. Mrs. C. C. Stoltz.
Whites of nine large or ten small fresh eggs, one and one-fourth cups
sifted granulated sugar, one cup sifted flour, one-h

Devil's Food Cake
2 cups brown sugar.
1/2 cup butter and lard, mixed.
2 eggs.
1/2 cup boiling water.
2 ounces Baker's choc

Chestnut Soup



1 pound chestnuts.

1 1/2 pints water.

Yolk of one egg, or 1 teaspoon cream.

Chicken Mousse



One cup of chicken stock (made from Armour's Chicken Bouillon Cubes),

one half teaspoon of sal

Duchess Mousse
1/2 cupful of rice
1 tablespoonful of gelatin
2/3 cupful of sugar
1/4 pound of dates
1/

Terrapin Croquettes
From MRS. GEORGE W. LAMAR, of Georgia, Alternate Lady Manager.
Cut off the heads and throw into cold water for about an ho

30 Rhubarb Puffs One Cupful Of Finely-chopped Rhubarb 1 Cupful Of

sugar, 2 tablespoonfuls of butter, 1 teaspoonful of baking powder, 1/4

of a cupful of milk, 2 eggs, sufficie

Split Pea Soup Green Or Yellow



1 1/2 pints split peas (green or yellow)

2 1/4 quarts water



Bodino Of Semolina



Ingredients: Semolina, milk, eggs, castor sugar, lemon, sultanas, rum,

butter, cream, or Zabaj

Creamed Mushrooms
First wash them thoroughly in cold water, peel them and remove the
stems, then cut them in halves or quarters, according t

Pea Soup



One can of peas, one half teaspoon of Armour's Extract of Beef, two

tablespoons of butter, one

Broiled Mushrooms



Select large flap mushrooms for broiling. Wash, skin and stem them, lay

them on a dish, sprink

Frau Schmidt's Frozen Custard
1-1/2 quarts milk.
2 cups sugar.
5 eggs.
2-1/2 tablespoonfuls of flour.
Scald the milk in a double boile

Cream Puffs



One pint of water, half a pound of butter, three-quarters of a pound of

flour, and ten eggs. B

Chocolate. Mrs. W. E. Thomas.
Scrape fine two ounces (two squares) unsweetened chocolate. Use
Walter Baker & Co.s No. 1 chocolate. Put into a granite

Poor Man's Cake A Norwegian Recipe



Twenty yolks of eggs, five whites of eggs, a pound and a quarter of

sugar, one pint of sweet c

Cream Loaf Cake
1 cup boiling water
1 lb. stoned and cut dates
3/4 cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons shortening
1 ounce melt

Chocolate Cake. Winona Hughes.
One cup brown sugar, one-half cup butter, one-half cup sweet milk, two
eggs, two cups flour, one teaspoon soda dissolved i

Hedgehog



Blanch two quarts of the best almonds in cold water; beat them very fine

in a mortar, with a l

Cream Slaw



Chop a crisp head of cabbage fine, place in the individual dishes in

which it is to be served;

Sunshine Cake



Whites of seven eggs, yolks of five eggs, one and one-fourth cup

granulated sugar, one cup flo

Mock Fish Balls In Curry Or Cream Sauce



Five ounces of plain boiled potatoes put through a patent vegetable

strainer or mashed very fi

Angel Cake



The whites of nine large, fresh eggs. When they are partly beaten add

one-half teaspoonful of

Funghi Cappelle Infarcite Stuffed Mushrooms



Ingredients: Mushrooms, bread, stock, garlic, parsley, salt, Parmesan,

butter, eggs, cream.
Green Pea And Lettuce Stew



1 1/2 pints shelled peas.

2 cabbage lettuces sliced.

1 small onion sliced.<

Hartshorn Flummery No 2



Put one pound of hartshorn shavings to three quarts of spring water;

boil it very gently over

German Salad Dressing
For dandelion, watercress, endive or lettuce, a dressing was made
thus: The leaves of vegetables used for salad, after bei

"gelb Kuchen"
Mary's Aunt taught her to make this exceptionally fine cake, yellow as
gold, in texture resembling an "angel cake," from t

Delicious Nut Cake



Old English Recipe, year 1600



Coffee cup is used for measure.



Hot Chocolate Sauce
1/2 cupful of rice
1 tablespoonful of gelatin
2/3 cupful of sugar
1 pint of milk
1

Oyster Croquettes



MISS STEVENSON.



Twenty-five oysters, one dessertspoonful chopped parsley, three

Virginia Batter Bread



2 cups milk

Salt to taste

1 tablespoon butter


Omelet A La Duchesse
This is a sweet baked omelet, and is
served the same as one would serve an omelet
souffle.
6 eggs


Crab Creole For Four Persons



1 crab; 1 good-sized onion; 1/2 can of tomatoes; 1 Chili pepper or pinch

of cayenne; butter th

Mock Fish A Norwegian Dish



Take three or four large white potatoes. Wash and peel them and boil

until only half done. Gra

Boiled Coffee
Allow one tablespoon of coffee to each cup of boiling water. Mix coffee
with two tablespoons of cold water. Clean egg shel

Fried Tomatoes With Cream Sauce
Cut large, solid, ripe tomatoes in half-inch slices; one ordinary
tomato makes 3 slices. Dredge thickly with flour. Fry se

Ravioli Alla Fiorentina



Ingredients: Beetroot, eggs, Parmesan, milk or cream, nutmeg, spices,

salt, flour, gravy.

White Mountain Cake



1-1/2 cups butter, 1/2 of cream, 2 of sugar, 3 of flour and 4 eggs. Add

currants.



Cream Layer Cake
Rub one cup of butter and two scant cups of sugar to a cream; the yolks
of four eggs beaten in well, add gradually one cup

Pith Pudding



Take the pith of an ox; wipe the blood clean from it; let it lie in

water two days, changing t

A Fine Beefsteak Pie.
Cut two pounds of beef steaks into large collops, fry them quickly
over a brisk fire, then place them in a dish in two or

Sunshine Sponge Cake
1 cup granulated sugar.
Whites of 7 small fresh eggs and 5 yolks.
2/3 cup of flour, or scant cup of flour.
1/3

Apple Ice
A water ice is a mixture of water, fruit and sugar, frozen without much
stirring; in fact, a water ice can be made in an o

Paste For Frying



(Pastella per fritto)



Dilute three teaspoonfuls of flour with two teaspoonfuls o

Vegetable Soup. Mrs. G. A. Livingston.
Three onions, three carrots, three turnips, one small cabbage, one
pint tomatoes. Chop all the vegetables, except the tom

White Stew Of Terrapin
From MRS. JAMBS R. DEANE, of California, Lady Manager.
Two large terrapin; three tablespoonfuls butter; one pint cream; on

Cream Of Asparagus



Prepare a bunch of asparagus in the usual way for cooking, cut off the

points about an inch in

Cream Of Chicken



MRS. ARCHIE COOK.



Pound three quarters of a pound of chicken, veal or rabbit unt

Short-cake



MRS. R. M. STOCKING.



One pint of flour, one cup of sour cream, one small teaspoo

Tutti Frutti



To make this ice a special ice cream mold is necessary, or a tin

receptacle that can be closed

Fricaseed Rabbits



Your _rabbits fricaseed_ and chicken,

With curious choice of dainty picking,

Eggs A La Dauphin
Remove the shells from six hard-boiled eggs, cut them into halves,
lengthwise, take out the yolks, press them through a si

Fancy Creams.
Put into a basin a pint of cream, to which add four ounces of powdered
white sugar, and the rind of a lemon rubbed on a lu

Fig Pudding



Chop one-half pound beef suet and work with the hands until creamy, then

add one-half pound fi

Oyster Newburg



One pint oysters, one-half cup cream, one teaspoonful onion juice, two

tablespoonfuls butter,

Bran And Lyster Flour Muffins



2 level tablespoons lard

2 eggs

4 tablespoons heavy cream, 40% fat

A Caramel Cake
From MRS. JAMES R. DOOLITTLE, JR., of Chicago, Lady Manager.
One even cup butter; two even cups sugar; three even cups flo

Blueberries
Wash and pick over carefully, drain off all the water, sprinkle powdered
sugar over them and serve with cream or milk.

Snow Cake No 1



Whites of 10 eggs, 2 jelly glasses of powdered sugar, 1 of flour, 1

teaspoon cream tartar.

Excellent "graham Bread"
At 6.30 A.M. place in a quart measure 1/2 cup of sweet cream and
3-1/2 cups of milk, after being scalded (1 quart all toge

Prune Pudding
Take the yolks of four eggs, a cup of granulated sugar, and stir to a
cream. Chop fine thirty prunes (prunes being boiled

Caraway Seed Cookies
Beat three-quarters of a pound of butter and a pound of sugar to a
cream; add three eggs, one saltspoon of salt, a gill of

9 Chicken Cutlets



Chop cold chicken fine; season with onion-juice, celery salt, pepper,

and chopped parsley. For

"kleina Kaffe Kuchen" (little Coffee Cakes)
Scant 1/2 cup lard and butter.
2 cups sifted flour.
2 whole eggs and the yolks of 2 more.
3 tablespoons sugar.

Crimson Creamed Beets
Cut all except two inches from the tops of beets. Scrub thoroughly
with a vegetable brush, then pour scalding water over b

Ice-cream Cake



Two cups sugar, scant cup of butter, one cup sweet milk, two cups

flour, one cup cornstarch, w

No. 13. Neapolitan Anchovy Sauce
Ingredients: Anchovies, fennel, flour, spices, parsley, marjoram,
garlic, lemon juice, vinegar, cream.
Wash three a

Neapolitan Anchovy Sauce



Ingredients: Anchovies, fennel, flour, spices, parsley, marjoram,

garlic, lemon juice, vinegar

Spinach Pudding



Make a sauce of one ounce and a half of butter, one ounce of flour, a

scant half cup of rich m

Japanese Hard Eggs
1 cupful of rice
1/2 pint of white sauce
6 eggs
1 tablespoonful of chopped parsley, if you have

No. 52. Merluzzo In Salamoia (cod)
Ingredients: Cod, hake, whiting or red mullet, onions, parsley,
mint, marjoram, turnips, mushrooms, chervil, cloves, salt

Merluzzo In Salamoia Cod



Ingredients: Cod, hake, whiting or red mullet, onions, parsley, mint,

marjoram, turnips, mushr

Eggs Nova Scotia
Put a poached egg on top of a flat codfish cake, pour over cream or
tomato sauce, and send to the table.


Gold Cake



Yolks of 5 eggs and 1 whole egg, 2 cups sugar, 1 of butter, 2/3 cup

milk, 3 of flour, 1 teaspo

Mushrooms To Stew Brown



Take some pepper and salt, with a little cayenne and a little cream;

thicken with butter and f

Muffins, Biscuits, Griddle Cakes And Waffles
Use 1 scant cup of liquid to 1 good cup of flour, usually, for
"Griddle Cake" batter. Use baking powder with sweet milk, 1

Riso All'imperatrice



Ingredients: Rice, sugar, milk, ice, preserved fruits, blanc-mange,

Maraschino, cream.
<

Consomme A La Toledo Clear Soup



MISS STEVENSON.



One quart stock, two eggs, two gherkins, a little red and green<

Cream Gingerbread Cakes



2 eggs

1/2 cup molasses

grated rind of 1/2 lemon
Glaze
50 fat oysters
2 quarts of water
12 whole peppercorns
12 whole allspice
1-1/2 teaspoon

Nut And Raisin Sandwiches
Take equal quantities of nuts and raisins; moisten with cream or grape
juice and spread on thin slices of bread.


Snowflakes
Grate a large cocoanut into a fruit dish, and mix it thoroughly and
lightly with pulverised sugar. Serve with whipped or p

No. 2. Velute Sauce
The same as above, but use white stock, no beef, and only
pheasant or fowl trimmings, button mushrooms, cream instead of
Chicken Salad
Wash and cover with boiling water. Cook 40 to 60 minutes or until
soft. Scrape, cut in pieces and serve with cream sauce.<

Crullers



MISS GREEN.



One pint of cream, four eggs, one cup of sugar, three teaspoonfuls o

Strawberries



These are best served raw, and may be hulled, or if cream is not

desired, serve with the hulls

Velute Sauce



The same as above, but use white stock, no beef, and only pheasant or

fowl trimmings, button m

Lincoln Cake



2 eggs, 2 cups sugar, 1/2 cup butter, 1 of milk, 3 of flour, 1 teaspoon

cream of tartar, 1/2 o

An Easy Trifle.
Soak three sponge cakes and half a pound of macaroons and ratafias
in one wine glass of brandy and three of white wine, la

Stuffed Poularde



After trussing the bird rub it with lemon so it will keep of good color;

now cover the breast

Fruit Pies
A pint of stewed apples.
Half a pint of cream, or two ounces of butter.
A quarter of a pound of powdered sugar

Cake Hints



For those who would excel in cake making these admonitions are offered:



First--C

Croccante Di Mandorle Cream Nougat



Ingredients: Almonds, sugar, lemon juice, butter, castor sugar,

pistachios, preserved fruits.<

Bananas
May be sliced according to fancy, either round or lengthwise. Set on ice
until required. Then add sugar, wine or orange ju

Tutti-frutti
Slice oranges, bananas, pineapples and arrange in a glass-bowl; sprinkle
with pulverized sugar, and serve either with wine

Florida Doughnuts



Three eggs, one cup sugar, one tablespoonful butter, one teaspoonful

soda, two teaspoonfuls cr

Orange Sherbet



Six oranges, whites of six eggs beaten to a stiff froth, two quarts

of water, two cups of suga

When Heat Turns Milk Sour



Here is a sour cream filling for cake: Mix equal quantities of thick,

sour cream, chopped nuts

Honolulu Sandwiches



Put two Spanish sweet peppers (pimientos), one Neufchatel cheese, one

pared and quartered appl

Potage Parmentier



Cook the well-washed, white stalks of two or three leeks, sliced

lengthwise, in two tablespoon

Curry Soup



Prepare for cooking two small white onions, two French carrots and half

a turnip cut in slices

No. 32. Soup Alla Maria Pia
Ingredients: White stock, eggs, butter, peas, white beans, carrot,
onion, leeks, celery, cream croutons.
Soak one p

Soup Alla Maria Pia



Ingredients: White stock, eggs, butter, peas, white beans, carrot,

onion, leeks, celery, cream

Pate-de-foie-gras In Aspic
1 pint of cooked chopped chicken
1/2 pint of milk
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
1 teaspoo

VeloutÉ, Bechamel.
These preparations are so frequently mentioned in modern cookery, that
we shall give the receipts for them, although they

Scalloped Eggs



Take a cupful of finely-sifted bread-crumbs, moisten them with a little

cold milk, cream, or g

Surprise Sandwiches
Take orange marmalade, pecan nuts and cream cheese in equal quantities
and after mixing thoroughly spread on thin slices o

Succotash
Mix equal parts of corn, cut from the ear, and any kind of beans; boil
them separately; then stir them lightly together, a

Cream Crullers. Mrs. C. H.
One and one-half cups sugar, one cup milk, two eggs, butter the size
of an egg, two teaspoonfuls baking powder. Mix in en

Cookies. Mrs. John Landon.
One cup butter, two cups sugar, one cup cold water, one teaspoonful of
saleratus, two teaspoonfuls cream tartar, two eggs,

Mock Oysters



Use three grated parsnips, three eggs, one teaspoonful of salt, one

teacupful of sweet cream,

Hamburg Cream
From MRS. JOSEPH C. STRAUGHAN, of Idaho, Lady Manager.
One pint of canned peaches, one-half package of gelatine, the white

Indian Hash
Wash a half cup of rice; throw it into boiling water, boil for twenty
minutes, drain, add a half cup of milk, a tablespoon

Orange Cake



Beat to a cream the yolks of four eggs with one cup of granulated sugar,

to which add the whit

Salad Dressings



=Cream Dressing.=--Where oil is disliked in salads, the following dressing

will be found excel

Beverages--coffee
Scald coffee pot well before using (never use metal). Place in it five
tablespoons ground coffee. (A good coffee is made f

To Make A Trifle



Take a Pint of Cream, and boil it, and when it is almost cold,

sweeten it, and put it in the B

Jam Pie



One cup of raspberry or blackberry jam, yolk of two eggs, one cup rich

milk or cream, one tabl

White Sauce For Fowls



Some good veal gravy, boiled with an anchovy or onion, some lemon-peel,

and a very little ketc

Sauce For Boiled Turkey Or Fowl



Take an anchovy, boil it in a quarter of a pint of water; put to it a

blade of mace and some p

White Icing



Four cups sugar, one-half teaspoonful cream of tartar, one-half

teaspoonful baking powder, one

Uova Alla Fiorentina Eggs



Ingredients: Eggs, butter, Parmesan, cream, flour, salt, pepper, curds.



Boil as

Insalata Di Patate Potato Salad



Ingredients: New potatoes, oil, white vinegar, onions, parsley,

tarragon, chervil, celery, cre

Rice Souffle Cold



Put into a double boiler a quarter of a pound of well washed rice, a

pint and a third of milk,

Cream Of Cauliflower



Cut one small cauliflower into flowerettes, reserve a tablespoonful, put

the rest into a sauce

Pickle Sauce
Cream two tablespoons of butter, add one teaspoon of salt and one
tablespoon of chopped pickle. A speck of red pepper may

Cheese Omelet



MRS. HENRY THOMSON.



Three eggs, well beaten, grated cheese the size of an egg, s

Pea Soup
From MRS. ISABELLA BEECHER HOOKER, of Connecticut, Lady Manager.
The bones and remains of cold fowls, such as turkey and c

Suffrage Angel Cake



(a la Kennedy)



11 eggs

1 full cup Swansdown Flo

Apple Float. Mrs. M. E. Wright.
To one quart apples, stewed and well mashed, put whites of three eggs
(well beaten), and four heaping tablespoons of sugar

Chocolate Cream
Equal quantities of butter and flour, well mixed in a little beer; add
also a pinch of salt. Make this paste the day befor

Railroad Cake



One tea-cup flour, one ditto of sugar, two teaspoons cream of tartar,

one half teaspoon of sod

10 Savory Trifles



Mince fine 2 ozs. of cold game or chicken with 12 pickled mushrooms and

a gill of cream; seaso

Eggs A La Hyde
6 eggs
1/2 can of mushrooms
1 tablespoonful of grated onion
2 tablespoonfuls of chopped parsley<

Banana Filling
Mash six bananas, add juice of one lemon and three or more tablespoons
of sugar; or add mashed bananas with whipped cream

Cream Of Lettuce



Take two heads of nice, fresh lettuce, wash and drain and chop fine with

half a small white on

Vegetable Soup



2 1/2 lbs. of beef (with soup bone)

3 quarts of water



Bomb GlacÉ
1 pint of cream
3/4 pound of sugar
1 pint of water
1 gill of sherry
2 tablespoonf

Chicken Salad



MISS STEVENSON.



One cold chicken, one teaspoonful white pepper, one half head ce

Raspberry Ice
Make a strong lemonade, add raspberry juice to taste, and some grated
pineapple. Put into freezer and turn like ice cream

Cold Slaw



Select a firm cabbage and shave very fine on a cutter that comes for

this purpose. Use the cre

Eggs Buttered No 2



Put a lump of butter, of the size of a walnut; beat up two eggs; add a

little cream, and put i

Bechamel No 3



Proceed much in the same way as for the brown sauce, (see Cullis) only

it is not to be drawn d

Confectionery Frosting



Take the white of one egg (don't beat it) and stir powdered sugar

into it until it is as thick

Fried Cakes



MRS. HENRY THOMSON.



One cup sugar, butter size of an egg, one cup milk, two eggs

Hawaiian Sandwiches



Chop finely one pimento, one green pepper freed from seeds, and a small

cream cheese; add a go

Another Way



Mix a quart of cream, not too thick, with a pint of white wine, and the

juice of two lemons; s

"dutch" Currant Cake (no Yeast Used)
4 eggs.
2 cups sugar.
1 cup butter.
1 cup milk.
1/2 teaspoonful baking soda.
1 teaspoonful cream o

Snow Pudding
From MRS. BENEDETTE B, TOBIN, of Texas, President State Board and Lady
Manager.
Crush slightly with a silver spoon a

Spinach Balls



Put a slightly heaping tablespoonful of butter, a tablespoonful of

cream, and half a teaspoonf

Baked Apples



Core the apples, but do not peel them. Stuff them with minced pecans

mixed with scraped maple

Hearts And Rounds



1 cup butter, 2 cups sugar, 1 cup milk, 3 cups flour, 5 eggs, 2 even

teaspoons cream tartar, 1

Sunshine Cake No 2



Yolks of 11 eggs, 2 cups sugar, 1 of butter, 1 of milk, 1 teaspoon cream

of tartar, 1/2 of sod

Bananas As A Breakfast Dish



Slice bananas lengthwise; put them in a buttered pan and brown in oven;

or they can be dipped

Imperial No 3



Two ounces of cream of tartar, four ounces of sugar, six quarts of

boiling water, poured upon

French Fried Potatoes
Place a head of cauliflower, from which the leaves have been removed,
in uncovered saucepan, stem end down; cover with boi

Almond Icing
From MRS. MARY PAYTON, of Oregon, Lady Manager.
One cup of sweet thick cream, sweetened and flavored with vanilla. Cut

Artichokes To Fricassee



Scrape the bottom clean; cut them into large dice, and boil them, but

not too soft. Stove them

Gingerbread



One cup brown sugar, one cup New Orleans molasses, one cup

shortening, three eggs, one cup sou

Boiled Trout
Cut up a celery root, one onion, and a sprig of parsley, tie the fish in
a napkin and lay it on this bed of roots; pour in

Gold Cake
Cream a cup of sugar and three-fourths of a cup of butter. Mix into
this the beaten yolks of eight eggs and half a cup of

Cucumber Sauce
Pare two large cucumbers; remove seeds, if large; chop fine and squeeze
dry. Season with salt, vinegar, paprika and add on

Tomato With Egg
Cut top from tomatoes, remove seeds, put a raw egg in each tomato, dust
with salt, pepper, and finely chopped parsley. Pla

Scalloped Peaches
Pare a number of peaches and put them whole into a baking-tin, together
with layers of bread crumbs and sugar and add a fe

A Delicious Icing (not Cheap).
Stir to a cream a half cup butter, 1-1/2 cups pulverized sugar, 1
tablespoonful milk and 1 teaspoonful vanilla. It is then

Artichoke Soup



Slice into cold water to keep the color, boil an hour or more in two

quarts of water, season h

Pear Salad



Arrange either fresh or cooked pears on lettuce leaves, and pour over

pears sweet cream dressi

Lobster Sauce No 3



Take the spawn of one large lobster, and bruise it well in a mortar:

take a sufficient quantit

Butter To Make Without Churning



Tie up cream in a fine napkin, and then in a coarse cloth, as you would

a pudding: bury it two

Imperial No 2



Four or five quarts of boiling water poured to two ounces of cream of

tartar, and the rinds of

Baked Macaroni And Cheese
Put 2 cups or 1/2 pound of macaroni (either the long sticks broken in
pieces or the "elbow" macaroni, as preferred) in a k

Angel Cake
11 eggs (whites only).
1-1/2 cups granulated sugar (sifted 3 times).
1 cup flour (sifted 5 times).
1 teaspoonf

Ambrosia
Cut up into small pieces different kinds of fruit; then chop up nuts and
marshmallows (not too fine). Mix these and sugar,

Boiled Cabbage
Wash and scrape carrots; cut into thin slices. Cover with boiling
water and boil until tender. Drain and serve with cream

Peppermints



3 cups sugar, 3/4 cup butter. Boil together seven or eight minutes.

Remove from the fire, and

Steam Pudding
Prom MRS. L. C. GILLESPIE, of Tennessee, Lady Manager.
One quart of sweet milk; one pint of grated bread crumbs; one teacu

Hard Sauce
Take one cup of sugar, one-half cup of sweet butter and stir to a cream.
Flavor with grated lemon peel or essence of lemon

Strawberry Mousse
juice of 6 oranges
2 teaspoons orange extract
1 quart water
juice of 1 lemon
2 cups powdered sugar


Boiled Celeriac



Pare the roots and throw them into cold water for one half hour. Cut

into squares, boil in sal

Asparagus



Cut the tender part into short pieces. Cover with boiling water, and

boil until done. Season w

Hard Sauce



Cream one tablespoonful of butter, stir in four tablespoonfuls of

powdered sugar and beat unti

Another Way



Four ounces of sweet almonds finely pounded, two ounces of white

sugar-candy, dissolved in spr

Plum Pudding



Chop and rub to a cream one-fourth pound of suet, add scant half

pound sugar; mix well. Add fo

Chicken Salad
The meat of one boiled chicken cut in small pieces, three-fourths as
much celery, also cut in small pieces. Three hard boi

Lady Cake



MRS. GEORGE LAWRENCE.



One half cup butter, one and one half cups granulated suga

The Best Cheese In The World



To make a cheese in the style of Stilton cheese, only much better, take

the new milk of seven

Nut Sauce
Boil one cupful of sugar and a half cupful of water with a saltspoonful of
cream of tartar for five minutes. Take from the

Sweetbreads En Coquille
From SEÑORA TERESA ARMIJO DE SYMINGTON, of New Mexico.
Soak and blanch your sweetbreads, cut them into equal sizes and rem

My Grandmother's Cookies. Mrs. J. Edd Thomas.
Three eggs, two cups sugar, one cup butter and lard, two-thirds cup
sour milk, one teaspoon soda, two teaspoons cream tart

Make A Dozen Chicken Croquettes



MRS. ANDREW THOMSON.



White of two chickens well minced, one wineglass of sherry,

A Summer Salad



Rinse and well shake off all moisture from a couple of cos lettuce, cut

them up into a bowl or

Egg Sandwiches No 1



Take the hard-boiled yolks of six eggs and rub them to a paste, adding

gradually two tablespoo

Batter Pudding.
Stir in three ounces of flour, four beaten eggs, and one pint of milk,
sweeten to taste, and mix to a smooth batter about

Peter Pan Dessert
Cut a banana in four strips, cross two over two in basket-shape, fill
centre square with a tablespoon of ice-cream and spr

Cookies. Mrs. W. C. Butcher.
Two cups of sugar, three eggs, one cup of butter, one-half cup of
lard, four tablespoons of water, one teaspoon of soda, o

Kidney SoufflÉ
10 leaves of gelatine, well melted and sifted.
1 pint cream, _well beaten_.
3-1/2 sticks of chocolate melted with a

A Cooling Drink



To half an ounce of cream of tartar, add one ounce of loaf sugar, and a

bit of orange or lemon

Onion Sauce



Let the onions be peeled; boil them in milk and water, and put a turnip

into the pot; change t

Bath Breakfast Cakes



A pint of thin cream, two eggs, three spoonfuls of yest, and a little

salt. Mix all well toget

Rice Croquettes (and Lemon Sauce)
Boil 1 cup of well-washed rice in 6 or 8 cups of rapidly-boiling
water, until tender. The rice, when cooked and drained, s

Eggs In Cream Sauce
Four eggs, boiled hard, cut in halves lengthwise, then across, each
egg cut in four pieces. A cream sauce was made using 1

Celery Root



Pare and boil till tender in salted water. Thicken the liquor with flour

and cream, or milk, a

Cheese Souffle



3 eggs beaten separately very light

1 cup sour cream



Small Lemon Puddings



One pint of cream, one spoonful of fine flour, two ounces of sugar, some

nutmeg, and the yolks

Doughnuts



One coffee cup of not too thick sour cream, or one of sour milk and

one tablespoon butter, two

Diced Turnips



Pare, slice, cut in dice an inch square; boil until nearly done in as

little water as possible

Icing
Two cups sugar, 3/4 cup of milk or cream, 2 tablespoonfuls of butter.
Boil until it forms a soft ball when a small quantit

Omelet No 3



Break five eggs into a basin; add half a pint of cream, a table-spoonful

of flour, a little po

Grillon's Pancakes



Two soup-ladles of flour, three yolks of eggs, and four whole ones, two

tea-spoonfuls of orang

Cottage Pudding



Cream one-third of a cup of butter with three-fourths of a cup of sugar,

add one egg, beaten v

Tomato Conserve
From MRS. MARY B.P. BLACK, of West Virginia, Alternate Lady Manager.
One quart of buttermilk; one pint of sweet new milk;

Coffee Egg-nog 175 Calories



1 egg

1 1/2 teaspoon sugar

1/2 scant cup milk or cr

Burnt Almond Mousse
A mousse is a parfait frozen to the centre. These mixtures are not smooth
like ice cream, but are frozen in crystals and t

Boiled Cabbage





Slice a cabbage fine and boil in half water and half milk, when tender

add cream

18 Asparagus In Rolls



Cut off the tips of a well-boiled bunch of asparagus, mix with a thick

cream sauce, season wel

Maple Syrup Sauce



Half a pound of maple sugar dissolved in half a cup of cream, or rich

milk. If the latter is u

Gingerbread



1-1/2 cups sugar, 1/4 pound butter, 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/2 teaspoon

soda, 1 teaspoon ginger,

Another Way



Half a pound of cheese--strong and mild mixed--four eggs and a little

cream, well mixed. Butte

Chocolate Frosting



Shave three fourths cup Baker's chocolate, add three-fourths cup

sugar beaten with one egg and

26 Chicken A La Merengo



Prepare a young chicken as for fricassee. Fry each piece in olive oil,

add a sprig of parsley,

Hollandaise Sauce



Rub one-half cup butter to a cream, add the yolks of two eggs, one at a

time, then salt and ca

Lemon Hard Sauce



Cream two tablespoons of butter until soft, add one tablespoon of lemon

juice and a little nut

Rabbits White Fricassee Of No 1



Cut the rabbits in slices; wash away the blood; fry them on a slow fire,

and put them into you

Kale On Toast



Boil kale, mix with a good cream sauce and serve on small squares of

toast.



Federal Cake



1 pound flour, 1 of sugar, 1/2 of butter, 4 eggs, 1 teacup cream, 1/2

wine-glass brandy, 1 of

Potatoes With Cheese



The potatoes are boiled and cut in small pieces, covered with milk or

cream. Put bread crumbs

Cream Candy



1 pint granulated sugar, 1/2 pint water, 1 tablespoon vinegar. Boil as

molasses candy, but do

Polish Roast Mutton.
Place the mackerel in a baking-dish; sprinkle with pepper and chopped
parsley. Cover with fried bread-crumbs and bits of b

Apples And Sausages
Boil and chop in medium-sized pieces the chicory, mince up a few chives
according to your taste and heat both the vegetabl

Sardine Relish



Melt one tablespoon butter, and add two tablespoons cream. Heat to

boiling point, add three sa

Amber Pudding



Half a pound of brown sugar, the same of butter, beat up as a cake, till

it becomes a fine cre

Jelly Or Chocolate Layer Cake



Four eggs, half cup sugar, half a cup of flour, in which a teaspoon

of baking powder has been

Corn Oysters. Mrs. J. C. Walters.
Grate and chop one pint of young sweet corn; add one egg, well beaten;
one teacupful flour, three tablespoonfuls cream, on

Sour Cabbage



Beat one half-cupful of sour cream until smooth, add three

tablespoonfuls of vinegar, and one

Nutmeg Cookies



Two scant cups sugar, two eggs, one-half cup sour cream or sour milk,

one teaspoonful soda, se

Vermicelli As A Breakfast Dish



To 3 pints of bubbling, salted water, add 1 pint of the best vermicelli;

boil briskly ten minu

Drawn Butter Or Cream Sauce



Melt a large heaping tablespoonful of butter and stir into it a heaping

teaspoonful of flour,

Ham Sandwiches



To be particularly nice, mince the ham, cream with the butter, season

with mustard, spread on

Cheese Sauce



A white or cream sauce with grated Parmesan cheese added to taste.







Dobos Torte
Cream yolks of six eggs with one-half pound of powdered sugar; add
three-fourths cup of flour sifted three times; then add

23 Western Balls



Put 1/2 a pound of boiled potatoes through a sieve, mix with them 2 ozs.

of grated ham, a litt

Shrimp Stew



Slice 3 onions and 3 tomatoes, and fry till well done. Rub together 1

tablespoonful flour and

Jerusalem Artichokes



Wash and peel a dozen artichokes, selecting them as nearly the same size

as possible. Cover wi

Tapioca Pudding



Take one-half cup of tapioca, soak over night, put on the stove in

the morning; cook up clear,

Scalloped Onions
Cut boiled onions into quarters; put them in a baking dish and mix well
with cream sauce; cover with bread crumbs and bits

Pineapple SoufflÉ
Take a nice ripe pineapple, grate it and sweeten to taste. Beat the
whites of two eggs stiff and mix with the pineapple. B

Float. Florence Turney.
One pint milk, one tablespoon corn starch, yolks of two eggs. Beat
yolks, and add one tablespoon cream, one cup coffee A

Chocolate
In this group we have a set of frozen desserts called by many "ice creams,"
but which are really frozen custards, flavored

Exposition Orange Cake
One cup butter, two cups sugar, one teaspoon cream tartar, one-half
teaspoon soda, two cups flour, one cup corn starch, fo

Cabbage And Celery Salad



Wash and scrape two stalks of celery, add an equal quantity of

shredded cabbage, and six walnu

Fish Sauce No 10



Boil a bit of horseradish and anchovy in gravy with a little lemon-peel

and mace; add some cre

German Boiled Noodles.
Clean and season 2 spring chickens. Put them in a saucepan with 3
tablespoonfuls of butter; cover and let simmer until bro

French Chocolate Biscuits.
Whip 1 quart of cream with 2 cupfuls of sugar until stiff. Put in the
freezer until half frozen; then add the juice and gr

English Cream Pudding.
Mix 1/2 pound of sifted flour with 2 beaten eggs, a pinch of salt, a
pint of milk and 1/2 ounce of melted butter. Mix well

Poached Eggs In Cream
Break eggs and drop carefully one at a time into boiling water in
shallow frying pan. Cook slowly until eggs are set. Remo

Lemon Solid



Put the juice of a lemon, with the rind grated, into a dish: sweeten it

to your taste; boil a

Boiled Macaroni
Break the macaroni into small pieces; boil for half an hour; drain and
blanch in cold water. Reheat in tomato or cream sau

Banana CompÔte
Put a quart of milk to boil, and, when boiling, add half a pound of good
rice. When the rice is nearly cooked, add a penny

Steamed Brown Bread
From MRS. MINNA G. HOOKER, of VERMONT, Alternate Lady Manager.
One teacup cream; one-quarter teaspoon soda; one cup flour;

Baked Cauliflower





Boil cauliflower in salt water, separate into small pieces, and put in a

baking

Yorkshire Pudding



MRS. GEORGE CRESSMAN.



Two eggs, four tablespoonfuls of flour, a little salt and

Potato Pears



MRS. J. S. THOM



Boil six or eight large potatoes, when well done mash thoroughly

8 Lobster Southern Way



Prepare as for salad, only cutting in larger pieces. One tablespoonful

of flour, one of butter

22 Turnip Cream Soup



1 qt. of mutton broth. Cook until tender in this 4 young white turnips;

when tender rub throug

Suffrage Salad Dressing



Yolks of 2 eggs

3 tablespoons of sugar

2 tablespoon

Chestnut Dressing. Mrs. W. H. Eckhart.
Boil the chestnuts and shell them; blanch them, and boil until soft;
mix with bread crumbs and sweet cream; salt and peppe

Little French Cakes
Beat one-fourth cup of butter to a cream with one-fourth cup of sugar
and add one cup of flour. Stir well and then add one

Pound Cake



One and three-fourths cups sugar, half pound butter rubbed to a

cream, one pound flour sifted

Spanish Rice.
Cut cooked veal into small pieces; season and moisten with a rich beef
gravy. Pour into a deep pie-dish. Then make a cover

English Plum Pudding.
Season a pike; put in a baking-pan. Pour over two ounces of melted
butter and 1 pint of sour cream; then let bake in a hot

14 Tongue Toast



Mince cold boiled tongue fine; mix it well with cream and to every 1/2

pint of the mixture all

Nut Cake



One cup sugar, one-half cup butter, two eggs, one-half cup water, one

and one-half cup flour,

Salad Dressing. Mrs. Chas. Moore.
Beat three eggs, and add a teaspoon each of salt, pepper, and mustard;
six tablespoons of cream or milk, small half teacup

Tea Biscuit



MRS. HYDE.



One pint of flour (sifted three times,) one teaspoon cream of tartar,

Paris Curd



Put a pint of cream on the fire, with the juice of one lemon, and the

whites of six eggs; stir

Creamed Potatoes
Make a cream sauce, a little thinner than usual by adding a little extra
milk. Cut two cups of boiled potatoes into small

Dressing For Roast Of Veal. Mrs. E. Fairfield.
Two cups of stale bread crumbs, one tablespoonful melted butter;
pepper and salt to taste; make into a soft paste with cre

Russian Pancakes.
Beat the yolks of 4 eggs with 1 cup of pulverized sugar; add 1 pint of
cream; stir well until very light. Then add 1 small

Rolled Bread And Butter Sandwiches



Beat the butter to a cream. Remove the crusts from the loaf, butter each

slice before you cut

Sauce For Pudding.
Cream together 1 cup of pulverized sugar, scant 1/2 cup of butter,
beat whites of 2 eggs in, one at a time, and one teaspo

Puffets (hot Tea Cake)



MRS. BENSON BENNETT.



One and one half pints of flour, three eggs, one half cup o

Ginger Beer



MRS. DUNCAN LAURIE.



One quarter pound white ginger, two ounces cream tartar, two

Ices



(Gelati)



Although it is in America that there is a greater consumption of ice
Collops White No 3



Hack and cut your collops well; season with pepper and salt, and fry

them quick of a pale colo

Another Way



To three quarts of cream put the yolks of twelve eggs and three whites,

and two spoonfuls of f

Nut Icing
Mix any quantity of finely chopped nuts into any quantity of cream icing
(unboiled) as in the foregoing recipes. Ice the t

Proportions



One teaspoonful baking powder to one cup flour.



One teaspoonful cream of tartar

Filling For Mocha Tart



3/4 pint cream well whipped, to which add 1 1/2 tablespoons mocha

extract. Sugar to taste. Ice

Spanish Broiled Steak.
Take 6 hard-boiled eggs and cut lengthwise. Put in a pan with 12
anchovies, some onion juice and 1 tablespoonful of finely

Cocoa
Cut into small pieces 1 ounce unsweetened chocolate; add 1 tablespoon
sugar and 2 tablespoons hot water. Boil all together

Fruit Cake
From MRS. PHOEBE M. HARTPENCE, of Ohio, Chairman Commissioners on
Woman's Work, Lady Manager.
Four cups brown sugar;

Raspberries And Currants
These berries, mixed, make a very palatable dish. Set on ice until ready
to serve. Then pile in a mound, strewing plenty o

Pear Kugel
Cream one cup of rendered fat with one cup of sugar, add one-half loaf
of bread, previously soaked and pressed dry, a litt

New Port Cake



MRS. THEOPHILUS OLIVER.



Two eggs, one half cup of white sugar, one half cup of b

Aigre-doux Sauce



Add to two cups of sour cream the juice and fine-grated rind of one

large lemon. Stir in enoug

Finnan Haddies From Delmonico's



1/2 pound of fish picked up and braized in butter and cooked in the

following sauce: 1 cup of

Fish Sauce No 11



Boil a piece or two of horseradish in gravy; put into it a bit of mace

and lemon-peel; add a l

Deviled Chicken Legs
Chop fine the uncooked white meat of a chicken; this should weigh a half
pound. Then rub it with the back of a wooden spoo

Cornmeal Mush
Mix together one cup of cornmeal and one teaspoon of salt, and add one
cup of cold water gradually, stirring until smooth.

White Caramel Icing
Put on to boil two cups of brown sugar, one cup of milk and a small lump
of butter. Boil until it gets as thick as cream,

Peas And Lettuce



Use a pint of peas and two young lettuces cut small. Put in as little

water as possible to use

26 Egg Sandwiches



Butter slices of graham bread. Put 4 hard boiled eggs through a sieve,

add salt and a tablespo

30 Spanish Buns



1-1/4 lbs. of flour, 1 lb. of sugar, 1/2 a lb. of butter, 4 eggs, a

teacup of cream or milk, w

Diabetic Rarebit



Beat two eggs slightly and add one-fourth teaspoon salt, a few grains

cayenne, and two tablesp

Graham Rolls



2 cups Graham flour, 1 tablespoon white sugar, 1 teaspoon soda and 2 of

cream of tartar. Mix a

Southern Sauce



Beat four tablespoonfuls of brown sugar with two tablespoonfuls of

butter to a cream, and add

Cheese To Stew



Scrape some rich old cheese into a saucepan, with a small piece of

butter and a spoonful of cr

Custard No 2



Take one pint of cream, boil in it a few laurel-leaves, a stick of

cinnamon, and the rind of a

Cream Pie



One cup sugar, one egg, one-fourth cup butter, one-half cup sweet

milk, two cups flour, one te

Cream Of Lettuce Soup
Proceed as with spinach, substituting lettuce for spinach.


Anchovy Canapes



Cream 2 tablespoons butter; add 1/2 teaspoon Anchovy paste; spread thin

slices of fresh toast

Spoonful Pudding



A table-spoonful of flour, a spoonful of cream or milk, some currants,

an egg, a little sugar

Steamed Walnut Pudding
Place in a bowl 1/2 cup butter and 1 cup of granulated sugar. Beat to
a cream. Add yolks of 2 eggs and 1/2 cup of syrup mo

French Coffee Cake (savarin)
Soak one cake of compressed yeast in a little lukewarm water or milk.
Put the yeast in a cup, add two tablespoons of lukew

Salad Dressing



1/2 salt spoon pepper, 1 of salt, 1 teaspoonful mixed mustard, 1

tablespoonful powdered sugar,

Measure Cake



Stir to a cream a tea-cup of butter, two of sugar, then stir in four

eggs beaten to a froth, a

Potatoes To Fry



After your potatoes are nicely boiled and skinned, grate them, and to

every large table-spoonf

To Stew Turnip. Mrs. Eckhart.
Pare, halve, and slice them on a slaw cutter; boil in clear water.
When tender, add a large lump of butter, a teaspoonful

Madras Potato Curry.
Chop 2 shallots with a little parsley and cook in hot water. Add 2
tablespoonfuls of caviare and a teaspoonful of lemon-ju

Italian Cheese



One quart of cream, a pint of white wine, the juice of three lemons, a

little lemon-peel, and

Swiss Fried Sweetbreads.
Take 1 pint of oatmeal; pour on enough cold water to cover; let stand
over night; strain and boil with a pinch of salt unt

Nut Cake



MRS. GEORGE M. CRAIG.



One cup sugar, half a cup of butter whipped to a cream wit

7 Cheese Fritters



One oz. of well boiled macaroni, cut very small, 1 large tablespoonful

of grated cheese, 1 of

Cream Fudge



Two cups sugar, one cup milk, small lump butter. Cook fifteen minutes,

set pan in a cool place

Maccaroni No 4



Soak a quarter of a pound of maccaroni in milk for two hours; put it

into a stewpan, boil it w

Salad Dressing



Yolks of two eggs, or one whole egg, well beaten, added to five

tablespoons boiling vinegar. A

Fried Tomatoes
Cut large, sound tomatoes in halves and flour the insides thickly.
Season with a little salt and pepper. Allow the butter

Scalloped Potatoes, No. 2
Cut two cups of cold potatoes into cubes; mix well with two cups of
cream sauce, adding more seasoning if necessary; pour

Strawberries À La "bridge"
Into a champagne-glass put large strawberries, halved and sugared, and
an equal amount of marshmallows halved. Place on to

Cocoanut Layer Cake
2 cups sugar.
1/2 cup butter and lard, mixed.
3 eggs (yolks only).
1 cup milk.
3 cups flour, sifted seve

Cold Slaw



Select a small heavy cabbage, remove outside leaves, and cut cabbage

in quarters; with a sharp

Cheese Salad



Mash one-sixth of a Neufchatel cheese and moisten with cream. Shape in

forms the size of a rob

Sweet Potato Souffle



Boil some sweet potatoes and ripe chestnuts separately, adding a little

sugar to the water in

Mocha Tart



Beat the yolks of four eggs with 1 cup sugar to a cream, to which add 1

tablespoon of mocha ex

Maccaroni No 6



Boil a quarter of a pound of maccaroni till it is quite tender; lay it

on a sieve to drain; th

Pheasant To Boil



Boil the birds in abundance of water; if they are large, they will

require three quarters of a

Another



Four large anchovies, eight spoonfuls of white wine, four of vinegar,

two onions, whole, a nut

Boiled Icing
Boil together 1 cup of granulated sugar and 5 tablespoonfuls boiling
water ten or twelve minutes, or until a small quantit

Cheese Balls, No. 2
Mix one cake Neufchatel cheese, a piece of butter the size of the
cheese, one tablespoon of cream, one-quarter teaspoon of

18 Oyster Stew No 1



Strain the juice from the oysters; let it come to a boil; remove the

scum, rinse the oysters i

Lobster Fricassee



Cut the meat of a lobster into dice; put it in a stewpan with a little

veal gravy; let it stew

Cocoanut Layer Cake
Rub to a cream one-half cup of butter and one and one-half cups of
pulverized sugar. Add gradually three eggs, one-half cu

Part The Second
Four calf's-feet
A pint and a half of thick cream.
Half a pound of loaf-sugar, broken up.
A glass of w

Carrots
Scrape the carrots lightly; cut them into large dice or slices and drop
them into salted boiling water, allowing one teasp

Mashed Parsnips



Boil parsnips tender in salted water, drain and mash them through a

colander. Put the pulp int

29 Potato Puff



Beat light, two cupfuls of mashed potatoes, add 2 tablespoonfuls of

melted butter, salt, peppe

Knuckle Of Veal White



Boil a knuckle of veal in a little water kept close from the air, with

six onions and a little

Fowl To Hash



Cut the fowl in pieces; put it in some gravy, with a little cream,

ketchup, or mushroom-powder

Imperial No 1



The juice of two large lemons, rather more than an equal quantity of

white wine, and an immode

Anchovy Sandwiches



Beat a quarter of a pound of butter to a cream, adding gradually two

tablespoonfuls of lemon j

Asparagus Omelet



Beat up six eggs, put some cream to them. Boil some asparagus, cut off

the green heads, and mi

Election Cake (one Hundred Years Old )
Yolks of eleven eggs, two cups of sugar, one cup of butter, one cup of
milk, one teaspoonful cream tartar, one-half teaspo

Ginger Or Hunting Cakes No 2



Rub half a pound of butter into a pound of flour; add a quarter of a

pound of powder-sugar, on

Cocoa Icing



When the child has followed this recipe several times successfully, she

can then try baking it

Spanish Cream



One lemon, two eggs, one tablespoonful butter. Beat sugar and butter

together, then add eggs.

Fish Sauce No 8



Take half a pint of cream and half a pint of strong broth; thicken them

with flour and butter,

Salad Dressing



MRS. R. STUART.



Two eggs (well beaten), one cup sweet milk, one half cup vinegar

Hamilton.
One cup coffee A or light brown sugar, one-half cup butter, two cups
flour, one cup blackberry jam, three eggs, three tabl

Lemon Custard
From MRS. NANCY HUSTON BANKS, of Kentucky, Alternate Lady
Manager-at-Large.
One cup white sugar, one cup thick cream

Lobster A La Newburg



MRS. HARRY LAURIE.



Two tablespoons of butter, one tablespoon of flour, stir unti

Apple Batter Pudding



MRS. ERNEST F. WURTELE.



Stew the apples in a pie dish, when soft place the follo

2 Chicken Creams



Chop and pound 1/2 a lb. of chicken and 3 ozs. of ham; pass this through

a sieve, add 1 oz. of

Whip Syllabub



Take good sweet cream--to each pint put six ounces of double refined,

powdered white sugar, ha

Green Bean Pudding



Boil and blanch old beans; beat them in a mortar, with very little

pepper and salt, some cream

Cream Pie



One pint of milk put in a steamer; let it come to a boil; then add

half a cup of sugar, two ta

Muffins No 2



1-1/2 cups flour, scant cup milk, 1 teaspoon cream of tartar, 1/2

teaspoon soda, 1 tablespoon

Russian Cream



1/2 box gelatine to 1 quart milk and 3 eggs. The milk, yolks of eggs and

gelatine are put toge

Stewed Rice. Mrs. Edward E. Powers.
Take one-half cup of rice; wash it twice; cover with water two inches
above rice; cook dry; then cover with a cup or more

Delicate Cake. Mrs. C. H. Williams.
One cup of white sugar, one-half cup of butter, whites of four eggs
(well beaten), one-half cup of sweet milk, two cups of

Shrewsbury Cakes



MISS HENRY.



Rub to a cream six ounces of sugar, with six ounces of butter, add t

Apple Cream Cake
2 cups Sugar.
2 tablespoonfuls butter.
1 cup sweet milk.
3 cups flour.
3 eggs.
2 teaspoonfuls Roya

French Float.
Cut tough ends from the asparagus; scrape and boil in salted water
until tender. Make a cream sauce. When done, stir in th

Belgian Chicken.
Boil potatoes until tender and slice them thin. Heat two ounces of
butter; add a dessert-spoonful of flour. Then stir in s

22 Potato Balls



Beat the yolks of 2 eggs and add them to 2 cups of mashed potatoes, then

add 1 tablespoonful o

Tomato-cucumber Salad



Take nice shaped tomatoes, remove skin, scoop out the seed, sprinkle

with salt and put in cool

Asparagus



Scrape and wash as much asparagus as is needed, cut the stalks the same

length, tie in bunches

Salad Of Fresh Fruit



Peel and cut into dice enough fruit, peaches, tart plums, orange and

banana to fill a cup and

Raw Carrot Pudding



1 cup carrots, grated

1 cup potatoes, grated

1 1/2

Neck Of Veal Stewed With Celery



Take the best end of a neck, put it into a stewpan with beef broth,

salt, whole pepper, and tw

White Sauce For Chickens



Half a pint of cream, with a little veal gravy, three tea-spoonfuls of

the essence of anchovie

Oyster Sauce No 2



Wash the oysters from their liquor; strain it, and put that and the

oysters into a little boil

Custard No 4



Take a pint of cream; blanch a few sweet almonds, and beat them fine;

sweeten to your palate.

Citron Pudding



One spoonful of fine flour, two ounces of sugar, a little nutmeg, and

half a pint of cream; mi

Cookies. Mrs. H. A. Martin
One coffee-cup butter, one coffee-cup sugar, four eggs, four
tablespoonfuls sweet milk. Flavor with nutmeg; mix soft. Be

Oyster Pie Or Patties



MISS M. A. RITCHIE.



Crust:--One pound of butter, one pound of flour, one half cu

Cream Cakes No 2



1 pint boiling water, 1 cup butter, 2 of sifted flour put in while water

and butter are boilin

Bread Sauce No 2



Take a French roll, or white bread crumb; set it on the fire, with some

good broth or gravy, a

Chicken With Corn Oysters



Clean and joint a chicken, one weighing about three pounds, as for

fricassee. Wipe each piece

11 Oysters A L'indienne



Cook 1 doz. oysters until the gills curl. Take 1 dessertspoonful of

curry powder, 1 of flour,

Bavarian Cheese Cake.
Beat 1/4 pound of butter with 1/4 pound of sugar to a cream. Add 1 egg
and 1 teaspoonful each of cinnamon and mace. Mix wi

Cream For Filling



Boil three quarters of a pint of milk, and stir in while boiling two

eggs, one cup of sugar, a

Trifle No 2



Take a quart of sweet cream; boil it with a blade of mace and a little

lemon-peel; sweeten it

Snow Pudding



One-half box Nelson's gelatine, one pint boiling water, one and a

half cups sugar, juice of tw

Potato Cream
Boil six medium-sized, mealy potatoes and when soft press them through
a sieve until light and floury. Then beat into them

Afternoon Teas



Stone a quarter of a pound of dates, put them through a meat grinder,

add to them a half tumbl

Omelet With Cheese
Beat six eggs until they are thoroughly mixed. Add a half cupful of
thick cream, four tablespoonfuls of grated cheese, a s

Egg Rarebit
Make a cream sauce. Grate one-half pound American and Swiss cheese
mixed, or American alone; add to the sauce. Chop three

Salt Mackerel In Cream



Wash the mackerel and soak over night in clear, cold water. Lay in a

baking pan, and to one ma

Lemon Cream Filling
Put on to boil the yolks of five eggs, one-half cup of granulated sugar,
the juice of three lemons and grated rind of one,

Polish Filled Fish.
Cut a spring chicken in pieces at the joints; season with salt and
pepper and saute in hot butter. Add 2 cups of cream sau

Spanish Cream



MRS. W. R. DEAN.



Yolks of two eggs, two tablespoons sugar, two tablespoons groun

26 Chestnut Soup



Peel 1 qt. of large chestnuts and blanch them in hot water. Drain and

rub off the inner skin a

Spring Cabbage Stewed



Cut the cabbage very small, throw into a saucepan, cover with boiling

water, when nearly done

Cream Gingerbread



2 eggs, beaten, add

3/4 cup sugar

3/4 cup sour milk

Calf's Head Fricassee



Clean well a calf's head, boil it and cut in square pieces of about an

inch; put half a pint o

French Pancakes



Beat the yolks of eight eggs, which sweeten to your taste, nearly a

table-spoonful of flour, a

Fruit Ice



For a refreshing fruit ice, have our little maid prepare the juice of

three oranges, three lem

Green Corn
Wash, and allow to stand in cold water for an hour. Drain, cover with
boiling water and boil 20 to 25 minutes without a co

Rush Cheese



Take a quart of cream, put to it a gill of new milk; boil one half of it

and put it to the oth

Oatmeal Pudding



Steep oatmeal all night in milk; in the morning pour away the milk, and

put some cream, beaten

Scalloped Fish.
Take any dressed fish, break it in small pieces, put it into tin
scallops, with a few crumbs of bread, a good piece of but

Foam Sauce
Cream one-quarter cup of butter with one cup of powdered sugar, until
very light. Add separately the unbeaten whites of tw

Scotch Cream Muffins.
Clean the brains. Heat 1 tablespoonful of drippings in a pan; add the
brains, 1 sliced onion, some parsley, salt and peppe

Swedish Stewed Chicken.
Poach fresh eggs one at a time; then put in a well-buttered
baking-dish; sprinkle with salt, pepper, bits of butter and gr

Sandwich Dressing
From MRS. FRANCES E. HALE, of Wyoming, Lady Manager.
Take half a loaf of Boston brown bread; break in small pieces; put in

Prune Pudding



Cook twelve large prunes until soft. Strain through a colander. Beat the

whites of four eggs s

Sugar Paste



Take half a pound of flour, and the same quantity of sugar well pounded;

work it together, wit

Apple Float
Peel six big apples and slice them. Put them in a saucepan with just
enough water to cover them and cook until tender. The

Rum Omelette
To be put in a pan in the oven: sauce, butter, and a quarter of a pint of
cream, pepper, salt and some flour to thicken th

Celery Soup For Six Persons



Boil a small cup of rice till tender, in 3 pints of milk (or 2 pints of

milk and 1 of cream);

Kohlrabi



Peel them, cut in slices and pour on just enough boiling water to cook

them. Cook until tender

Another



Take a quart of new milk and a quart of cream; warm them together, and

put to it a spoonful of

Salt Codfish With Cheese



To salt codfish with cream, add one-half tablespoon grated cheese and

a few grains paprika.
Silver Cake
Beat lightly the whites of eight eggs. Cream two cups of sugar and
half a cup of butter. Stir into the eggs, adding three-

Creme Brun.
Boil a large cup of cream, flavor with essence of almonds and
cinnamon, and then mix with it the yolk of three eggs, caref

Omelet With Fine Herbs
Beat six eggs until thoroughly mixed. Add a half cupful of cream, a
tablespoonful of finely chopped parsley, a saltspoonfu

French Apple Fritters.
Make a rich pie-dough. Line a buttered pie-dish with the dough; then
slice three onions very thin and let cook in hot butt

German Bread Tarte.
Dissolve 1/2 box of gelatin. Then cook 1 pint of milk; add 6
tablespoonfuls of sugar and stir in the yolks of 3 eggs. Mix

Roast Loin Of Pork
Lay sweetbreads in cold water with a little salt for 1 hour. Drain,
put into saucepan, cover with boiling water and boil v

21 Mushroom Toasts



Fry rounds of bread crisp, and cover with the following: Mince 12 large

mushrooms fine, add pe

Another



Put two table-spoonfuls of sifted sugar, half of a gill of white wine,

with a little brandy, a

Caviar Sandwiches No 1



Beat a quarter of a pound of butter to a cream; add two tablespoonfuls

of onion juice, the sam

White Icing Uncooked



Two tablespoonfuls milk or cream, enough confectioner's sugar to make a

thick paste and half d

Custard No 3



A quart of cream, and the yolks of nine eggs, sugared to your taste; if

eggs are scarce, take

18 Curried Lobster



Into a saucepan put the meat from a boiled lobster (broken into small

pieces) and 1/2 a cup of

A Pound Cake.
Beat to cream a pound of butter and a pound of sifted loaf sugar; add
eight beaten eggs, stir in lightly three quarters of

Potato Soup



To one gallon of water add six large potatoes chopped fine, one

teacupful rice, butter the siz

Supreme Of Chicken



Force breast of uncooked chicken through a meat chopper; there should

be one-fourth cup. Add o

Cheese Custard



Beat one egg slightly, add one-fourth cup cold water, two tablespoons

heavy cream, one tablesp

Lemon Tarts



1 egg beaten stiff, add 1 cup sugar, and juice and rind of 1 lemon. Line

your patty pans with

Cream Mustard Sauce
Make white sauce as directed above. Mix one tablespoon of mustard with a
teaspoon of cold water and stir into the sauce ab

Gold Cake



Two heaping cups flour, yolks of four eggs, one cup sugar, one and a

half cups butter, one and

Hermits
Cream two cups of sugar and one cup of butter. Add three well beaten
eggs and three tablespoonfuls of milk. Sift into this

Schmier Kase. Olive Barks.
One gallon of sour milk; scald until crumbly; let drip until whey is
separated from curd; mash fine; salt to suit the tast

Vienna Cheese Torte.
Clean and split a fish open down the back; remove the backbone;
sprinkle with salt and pepper; put in a baking-dish, flesh

Brussels Sprouts



Wash in cold water, pick off the dead leaves, put them in two quarts of

boiling water, with a

Stuffed Potatoes



If it is necessary to keep them any length of time, cut off the end of

each potato, scrape out

Baked Shad
From MRS. JAMES R. DEANE, of California, Lady Manager.
Skin the fish and cut flesh into filets; put the skin and bones int

Potatoes French Way Of Cooking



Boil the potatoes in a weak white gravy till nearly done; stir in some

cream and vermicelli, w

Lemon Pie, No. 1
Cover the reverse side of a deep pie-plate with a rich puff paste, and
bake a light brown. Remove from the oven until the

Strawberry Shortcake (as Frau Schmidt Made It)
1 pint of flour.
3 teaspoonfuls of baking powder.
2-1/2 tablespoonfuls of butter or lard.
1 egg.
1/2 tea

Rice Sauce



Steep a quarter of a pound of rice in a pint of milk, with onion,

pepper, &c. When the rice is

Potatoes Au Gratin
Slice two cups of cold boiled potatoes and add them to two cups of hot
cream sauce. Bring all to a boil; remove and add th

Jewish Stewed Sweetbreads.
Clean and season a trout with salt, black pepper and cayenne. Lay in a
baking-pan; dredge with flour; sprinkle with parsle

Excellent Gingerbread



One cup brown sugar, one-half cup butter, four eggs, one cup sour cream

or milk, one cup New O

Another Way



Clean it well, and throw it into fresh water; then squeeze and drain it

quite dry. Chop it ext

Pigeons To Stew No 3



Cut six pigeons with giblets into quarters, and put them into a stewpan,

with two blades of ma

White Sauce With Capers And Anchovies For Any White Fish



Put a bit of butter, about the size of an egg, rolled in flour, into a

stewpan; dilute it with

Lemon Cheesecake



Grate the rind of three to the juice of two lemons; mix them with three

sponge biscuits, six o

English Mutton Sandwiches



Chop sufficient cold boiled mutton to make a pint. Add to it two

tablespoonfuls of capers, a h

Gold Cake. Mrs. John Landon.
The yolks eight eggs, one whole egg, one-half cup of butter, one and
one-half cups of sugar, three-fourths of a cup of mil

Stewed Chicken



Clean and cut chicken and cover with water; add a couple sprigs of

parsley; 1 bayleaf and a sm

English Buns.
Chop and fry all kinds of vegetables until tender. Make a
highly-seasoned beef broth; add the fried vegetables, 2 boiled b

Ambushed Peas







Cut the tops off of biscuits or buns twenty-four hours old. Scoop out

Good Cookies. Mrs. Jennie Krause.
Two eggs, one and one half cups brown sugar, one cup butter, three
tablespoons sour milk or cream, one teaspoon soda, one-

Rothe Gritze
Take one cup of currant juice, sufficiently sweetened, and a pinch of
salt. Let this boil and add to it enough cornstarch

An Old Recipe For Pound Cake
Cream together 3/4 pound butter and 1 pound sugar and yolks of 10
eggs. Then add 10 whites of eggs well beaten alternately

5 English Monkey



Soak 1 cup of stale bread crumbs in 1 cup of milk for 15 minutes. Into a

saucepan put 1 teaspo

Fudge



One and one-half pound granulated sugar (equal to three cups), one cup

cream, one-half teaspoo

Carrot Soup



One quart of thinly sliced carrots, one head of celery, three or four

quarts of water, boil fo

White Mayonnaise
To make white mayonnaise, follow the ordinary directions, using lemon
juice instead of vinegar, omitting the mustard and a

Salad Dressing Without Oil



MRS. GILMOUR.



The yolks of two egg boiled half an hour, one half egg spoon of mu

Corn Bread No 2



1 cup corn meal, 1/2 cup flour, 1 spoon sugar, 1 spoon salt, 1 small

spoon soda, 2 small spoon

Tomato Sauce
If you wish to make a white sauce, use one tablespoonful of butter, one
tablespoonful of flour and a half pint of milk. Ca

Pickled Beets
Wash, scrape, cut off about one inch hard ends, and tie together. Put
into saucepan, cover with boiling water and boil unt

Carrot Soup.
Take a dozen carrots scraped clean, rasp them, but do not use the
core, two heads of celery, two onions thinly sliced, sea

Mushroom Sauce.
Take about a pint of fine young button mushrooms, let them stew gently
in a white veal gravy seasoned with salt, pepper, a

Favorite Snow Cake. Mrs. Carrie Owens.
Beat one cup butter to a cream; add one and one-half cups flour, and
stir thoroughly together; then add one cup corn starc

Haddock A La Cardinal
Make a batter of a beaten egg, a dust of rice flour, pepper, salt and as
much cream as you can give. Roll out this batter

Tomato Soup
From MRS. LAURA P. COLEMAN, of Colorado, Lady Manager.
Two quarts veal stock; two bunches asparagus; two cloves; two onion

Celery Sauce Brown



Put the celery, cut into pieces about an inch long, and the onions

sliced, with a small lump o

Rich Bread Pudding



Cut the inside of a rather stale twopenny loaf as fine as possible; pour

over it boiled milk s

Stewed Squash
Peel squash, cut in quarters, put on to boil in cold water, and cook
until tender. Drain, mash fine and smooth, add one-ha

Excellent White Cake. Mrs. W. C. Butcher.
Beat two cups of sugar and three-fourths cup of butter to a cream, and
then add three-fourths cup of water, three heaping

Cream Cakes No 1



Boil in 1/2 pint of water 3/4 cup of butter; stir in while boiling 1-1/2

cups of flour. Remove

Sauce Tournee



1 pint white stock.

A large sprig of parsley.

6 button mushrooms chopped.
Banana Filling
1/4 cupful of butter
1 cupful of sugar
2/3 cupful of water
2 cupfuls of flour
2 rou

Gruel Of Kernel Flour Or Middlings



Put a pint of boiling water in a saucepan over the fire; mix two heaping

teaspoonfuls of the f

Pudding Sauces
This is one of the most delightful sauces to serve with left-over meats,
especially beef. Press from the vinegar four tabl

Salad To Dress



Two or three eggs, two or three anchovies, pounded, a little tarragon

chopped very fine, a lit

White Cake



One cup pulverized sugar, and one-half cup white butter beaten to a

cream, one-half cup milk,

Crab A La Creole
Fry in four ounces of butter, four young onions, one clove of garlic
and two green peppers, all chopped fine. Cook until s

Stewed Peppers
Cut the peppers in half and remove the seeds, stems and pith. Then cut
them in neat, small pieces and throw into boiling s

Escaloped Salmon. Carrie P. Wallace.
Pick bones and skin out of one can of salmon, and mince fine. Use as
much rolled cracker as you have salmon, a little sal

Bavarian Fruit Compote.
Sweeten 1 quart of milk with 2 cupfuls of sugar; let come to a boil.
Remove from the fire and grate in 1/2 nutmeg. When co

20 Stewed Celery In Brown Sauce



Cut the celery in six inch lengths, boil in salt and water, strain. Put

1/2 a pint of soup sto

Rye Rolls



Take in the morning from rye bread dough one cupful, add to it a

tablespoonful of Porto Rico m

Corn Bread



1 pint corn meal

1 pint flour

1 teaspoon soda


A Very Fine Emmolient Drink.
Wash and rinse extremely well one ounce of pearl barley, then put to
it one ounce of sweet almonds beaten fine, and a piec

Mock Eggs
Dip a fancy mold into cold water, fill it half full of mixed chopped
candied fruits, or use dates, figs and bananas choppe

Fried Tomatoes



Do not pare the tomatoes, cut in slices, roll in flour and fry in butter

until both sides are

Fruit Salad



Bananas sliced lengthwise in quarters; over this put pineapple in cubes.

Boil the pineapple a

Onion Soup



Cook one-half large onion, thinly sliced, in one tablespoon butter

eight minutes. Add three-fo

Pineapple Cake



1 egg

1/2 cup butter

3/4 cup sugar



Fudge
Boil together two cups of granulated sugar, one-eighth teaspoon of salt
and one cup of milk or cream, until when tried in

Peach Pudding. Mrs. J. H. Reed.
Fill a pudding dish with peaches, cooked and sweetened; pour over them
a batter made of one pint of sweet milk, four eggs,

Tea Biscuits



Five heaping kitchenspoonfuls of flour and two of sugar, two heaping

teaspoonfuls of baking po

Lemon Ice. Mrs. H. T. Van Fleet.
To one quart of water, add four cups of sugar; let this come to
boiling point; let cool; strain through a cloth; add the j

Sauce Tartare



may be made by beating a small tablespoonful of butter to a cream,

adding salt, pepper, dry mu

Angel Food



The whites of eleven eggs beaten to a stiff froth, a tumbler and a

half each of flour and pulv

Marmelitta
Take two cups of coarse cornmeal and four cups of cold water put on to
boil; add one-half teaspoon of salt. Stir the cornm

Scalloped Potatoes
To each four good-sized cold potatoes chopped fine allow a pint of cream
sauce, to which you have added four tablespoonful

Jersey Cake



To a pound of flour take three quarters of a pound of fresh butter

beaten to a cream, three qu

Chocolate
One square of Baker's unsweetened chocolate shaved thinly or grated,
mixed to a smooth paste with 1 cup of boiling water.

Bisque Soup



2 large onions sliced, 1 can tomatoes. Boil together half an hour or

longer, then put through

Richmond Sauce For Boiled Chicken



Half a pint of cream, the liver of the chicken, a little parsley, an

anchovy, some caper liquo

Bread And Molasses Pudding
Butter thickly some slices of bread and lay in a baking dish. Cover
them with thick black molasses and bake slowly. The pu

Cold Water Cake



2 cups sugar, 2 of flour, 1/2 cup butter, 1 of cold water, 2 eggs, 2

teaspoons cream of tartar

Foamy Sauce
1/3 cup butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon flavoring extract
Cream butter until very light; add sugar ve

German Chocolate



German chocolate, three sticks in a boiler; let melt. Add one pint hot

milk, let boil, then st

Horseradish Sauce



A tea-spoonful of mustard, one table-spoonful of vinegar, three of thick

cream, and a little s

Cheese Sandwiches



Cream one-third tablespoon butter and add one-half tablespoon, each,

finely chopped cold boile

Schalet Dough (merber Deck)
Cream four tablespoons of drippings, add a pinch of salt, two
tablespoons of granulated sugar, beat in well one egg, add o

Coffee Jelly



1/2 box gelatine soaked in cold coffee. When well dissolved, pour in a

pint of boiling coffee,

Peas And Lima Beans



Peas and Lima beans, after being shelled and covered with salted boiling

water, are cooked unt

Sorrel And Spinach Soup



To one quart of sorrel add a handful of spinach and a few lettuce

leaves. Put them in a frying

Apple Float



Have a pint of apple puree, made from nice tart apples, sweetened to

taste and flavored with t

Pfeffernusse Pepper Nuts



1 cup Lard

1 cup Butter

2 cups Brown Sugar

5 Calf's Brains On Toast



Boil the brains of a calf, and chop them up with 2 ozs. of ham, 2 gills

of cream, salt and cay

Parsley Butter
Beat three tablespoonfuls of butter to a cream. Add half a
tablespoonful of lemon juice and one of chopped parsley, half a

Salad Dressing



Yolks of three eggs, two teaspoons wet mustard, one-half cup vinegar,

two tablespoons sugar, o

Spanish Puffs.
Boil 1 pint of raspberries and 1 pint of red currants in 2 cups of
water until soft; add 3 cups of sugar, some cinnamon, 1

Maple Cream Fudge



One and three-fourths cup sugar, three-fourths cup milk, one-third cup

maple syrup, butter siz

Egg Salad I



Cut one hard-boiled egg in halves crosswise, in such a way that tops

of halves may be left in

Welsh Cheesecake



Dry a quarter of a pound of fine flour, mix with two ounces of sifted

loaf-sugar, and add it b

Charlotte Russe



Cut sponge cake into narrow strips, or use lady fingers, to line a glass

bowl or individual gl

Sugar Drops



Stir to a cream three ounces of butter, six of powdered white

sugar--then add three beaten egg

Russian Sandwich.
Mix 1/2 pound of butter and 1 cup of sugar to a cream; add 4
well-beaten eggs and the grated rind and juice of 1/2 lemon.

Summer Squash Fritters



Use three medium sized squashes; pare, cut up and boil tender, drain

thoroughly and mash, seas

Chicken To Fricassee No 3



Take two chickens and more than half stew them; cut them into limbs;

take the skin clean off,

Sauce For Pike Or Any Other Fresh-water Fish



Take half a pint of good beef broth, three table-spoonfuls of cream, one

onion sliced fine, a

Spiced Beef



Chop one pound raw beefsteak and a piece of suet or pork the size of

an egg. Add one-half pint

Pepper And Cheese Salad
Fill green peppers with a mixture of cream cheese and chopped olives.
Set on the ice and then slice the peppers and serve

Tunbridge Cake



Six ounces of butter, the same quantity of sugar, three-quarters of a

pound of flour, a couple

Veal Olive Pie



Make your olives as directed in the receipt for making olives; put them

into a crust; fill the

Paste



Take half a pound of good fresh butter, and work it to a cream in a

basin. Stir into it a quar

Lemon Tart



A quarter of a pound of almonds blanched and beaten with a little sweet

cream; put in half a p

Charlotte Russe Sponge Cake



One cup sugar, four eggs, four tablespoonfuls water, one and one-half

cup flour, one teaspoonf

Pound Cake
Rub one pound of butter and one pound of powdered sugar to a cream, add
the grated peel of a lemon, a glass of brandy and

Beef Loaf. Mrs. J. J. Sloan.
Take three and one-half pounds of lean beef (raw), chopped; six
crackers, rolled fine; three well-beaten eggs, four tables

Butter Doughnuts



Cream together one teaspoonful butter, one cup sugar. Beat into them one

egg, one-half teaspoo

Lemon Cake



One cup sugar, one-half cup butter beaten to a cream; then add the

yolks and whites of five eg

Milanese Vegetable Soup.
Clean and season a fat hen. Put a few slices of chopped bacon in a
saucepan; let get hot. Add the chicken with 1 carrot, 1

Loaf Cake. Mrs. John Landon.
Whites of five eggs, two cups of white sugar, one cup of butter, one
cup of sweet milk, two and a half cups of flour, one

Mexican Candy



Two cups brown sugar, one cup granulated sugar, three-fourths

teaspoonful cream of tartar, one

Angel Food



Whites of ten eggs, three-fourths tumbler pulverized sugar, one full

tumbler of flour measured

Stuffed Potatoes
Cold baked potatoes will be converted at once into stuffed potatoes, and
put aside for rewarming. Two cold boiled potatoes

Apple Tapioca Pudding
Soak three-quarter cup of tapioca and boil it in one quart of water
until clear, sweetening to taste. Pare and core six ap

Boiled Lettuce





Take the coarser part of lettuce not delicate enough for a salad, boil

in salted

Turnip Soup



Make a good strong gravy of beef or mutton; let it stand till cold; take

off all the fat; pare

Cookies



One-half cup cold water, one teacup white sugar, one-half cup butter,

one-half cup sweet cream

Chicken Croquettes
From MRS. L. C. GILLESPIE, of Tennessee, Lady Manager.
Breast of a large turkey; five sweetbreads; one and one-half pint o

Madeira Eggs Or Oeufs À La Grand'mÈre
It often happens that you have among the strawberries a quantity that are
not quite good enough to be sent to table as des

Clam Fritters
From MRS. E. V. McConnell, of North Dakota, Lady Manager
Two eggs, one tablespoon of cream or sweet milk, one cup oyster
Cream Pie
From MRS. ANNIE L. Y. ORFF, of Missouri, Alternate Lady Manager.
One cup milk; yolks of two eggs; four grated apples; smal

Ramaquins No 2



Take very nearly half a pound of Parmesan cheese, two ounces of mild

Gloucester, four yolks of

Sweet Breads With Peas. Mrs. E. S.
Parboil the sweet breads; cut in small squares; add to them a coffee
cup of cream, pepper, salt, and a tablespoon of butte

Boiled Chestnuts
Boil the chestnuts a few minutes; drain and remove the shells and skins.
Boil again until tender, adding sufficient salt t

Spinach For Coloring



Pound some spinach in a mortar, adding a little water; squeeze through a

cheese cloth, put in

Ramaquins No 1



Take two ounces of Cheshire cheese grated, two ounces of white bread

grated, two ounces of but

Cabbage Salad



One medium head cabbage, three eggs beaten, six tablespoons cream,

and three of melted butter,

Cream Filling
Scald two cups of milk. Mix together three-fourths of a cup of sugar,
one-third cup of flour and one-eighth teaspoon of sa

Potatoes--mashed
From MRS. FRANCES P. BURROWS, of Michigan, Alternate Lady Manager.
Four large mealy potatoes, cold. Mash them; add two tab

Prune Pudding
From MRS. HATTIE E. SLADDEN, of Oregon, Alternate Lady Manager.
Thoroughly wash one pound of prunes; soak over night, stew

Rabbits White Fricassee Of No 3



Cut them in the same manner as for eating, and put them into a stewpan,

with a pint of veal gr

Caramel Sauce
1/3 cup butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1 cup fresh strawberries, raspberries
or canned fruit drained from syrup

Browned Mashed Potatoes



Whip up mashed potatoes with an egg-beater, add a few tablespoonfuls of

cream, the yolks of tw

Pumpkin Loaf



Take one quart of stewed pumpkin mashed fine, one teaspoonful each of

salt and baking soda, on

Bread Sauce No 4



Put bread crumbs into a stewpan with as much milk as will soak them;

moisten with broth; add a

Corn Omelet
Take one-half cup of canned corn and chop it very fine (or the same
amount cut from the cob). Add to that the yolk of one

Soda Cream
Take three pounds of granulated sugar and one and one-half ounces of
tartaric acid, both dissolved in one quart of hot wat

Jewish Stewed Shad.
Melt 1 ounce of butter in a baking-pan; then cover the bottom of the
pan with thin slices of Swiss cheese. Break in 6 eggs

Greek Cakes.
Boil a large fish in 2 quarts of water; season with salt and paprica.
Add 1 sliced onion, 2 leeks cut fine, 2 sprigs of pa

Rum Cream
Sweeten well half a pint of milk and flavor it with vanilla. Put it to
boil. Mix in a dish the yolks of four eggs with a l

Tomato Soup



Boil a quart of tomatoes in a pint of water for twenty minutes and

strain; put in a small teas

Cream Of Pea Soup



MISS RUTH SCOTT.



One tin of peas and one pint of water, a very small piece of on

24 Zephyr Eggs



Beat four eggs very light, add to them a pint of cream, season with salt

and pepper. Butter sm

Coffee Bread No 2



Half a pound of flour, one egg, two teaspoonfuls of sugar, a small pinch

of salt, three tables

Prune Mould



Prepare a prune puree as above and to the same quantity have a third of

a box of gelatine soak

Apple Cake



Take one pound and a half of white sugar, two pounds of apples, pared

and cut thin, and the ri

Apple Fool



Bake good sharp apples; when done, remove the pulp and rub it through a

sieve, sweeten and fla

Apples With Rice
Boil one cup of rice in water or milk; rub the kettle all over with a
piece of butter before putting in the rice, season w

Puree Of Peas



When peas are old this is a very nice way to use them. Put a quart of

shelled peas over the fi

Chicken Soup No 2

Cut up one chicken, put into a stewpan two quarts

of cold water, a teaspoonful of salt, and one pod of red p

Ratafia Pudding



A quarter of a pound of sweet and a quarter of an ounce of bitter

almonds, butter and loaf sug

Onion Sauce
Boil three good sized onions, one hour. Drain and put in a stewpan
with one-half pint of milk and one teaspoonful of salt.

Turnips. M. E. Wright.
Put one-half teacup of butter in your kettle, and let it get hot; then
add one tablespoon sugar. Have your turnips sliced

Coffee Cream



Dissolve an ounce of Nelson's Gelatine, previously soaked in

half-a-pint of cold milk, in a pi

Walnut Torte, No. 1
Grate eight ounces of walnuts and eight ounces of blanched almonds. Beat
light the yolks of twelve eggs and three-fourths

Potato Salad Dressing. Mrs. E. A. Seffner.
Add the well beaten yolks of five eggs to five tablespoonfuls of
boiling vinegar; cook until it thickens, stirring constan

Fruit Salad. Carrie Linsley.
Two oranges, two peaches, two bananas, a few slices of pineapple,
one-half pound of mixed nuts, one-fourth pound of figs,

Carrots A La Flamande



When par-boiled and drained, put the carrots into a saucepan with a

piece of butter, a small l

Lemon Cream No 1



Take five large lemons and rasp off all the outside; then squeeze the

lemons, and put what you

Charlotte Russe



One pint milk, one-fourth box Nelson's gelatine, two cups sugar,

yolks of two eggs. Mix these

Medley Pudding



MRS. THEOPHILUS H. OLIVER.



Three eggs, the weight of three eggs in butter, in su

Mountain Cake



One pound of sugar, one pound of flour, one half pound well beaten

butter, one cup sweet milk,

Coffee Filling
Put three cups of warmed-over or freshly made coffee in a small
casserole, add two tablespoons of powdered sugar, one-half

CafÉ À La GlacÉ
Take five tablespoons of fresh-roasted and ground coffee. Pour four cups
of boiling water over it; cover quickly and put o

Omelet No 1



Slice very thin two onions, about two ounces each; put them in a stewpan

with three ounces of

Wafers



Take a pint of cream, melt in it half a pound of butter, and set it to

cool. When cold, stir i

Mary's Recipe For Orange Cake
Grate outside rind of 1 orange into a bowl; 1-1/2 cups sugar and 1/2
cup butter and lard, mixed. Cream all together. Add y

Mush. W. R. C.
To three quarts of boiling water, add salt to taste. Stir in
gradually sufficient corn meal to make it quite thick. Boil

Fish Sauce No 12



Take a quarter of a pint of gravy, well boiled with a bit of onion,

lemon-peel, and horseradis

Home-made Baking Powder



Procure from a reliable druggist one-half pound of the best bicarbonate

of soda, one pound of

Cornstarch Cake



Whites of three eggs, one and a half cups cornstarch, one and a half

cups milk, one cup pulver

Baked Apple With Oatmeal
Pare and core the apples and fill the core space with left-over oatmeal
mush. Put the apples in a baking dish; sprinkle wi

Orange Cake
Grate the yellow outside rind of 1 orange into a bowl. Add 1-1/2 cups
sugar and 3/4 cups butter and beat to a cream. Then

Mexican Beans No 2



Soak over night a pint of beans and boil as in recipe No. 1 until soft.

Then melt a tablespoon

Veal And Ham Pates



Chop six ounces of ready dressed lean veal and three ounces of ham very

small; put it into a s

Chicken And Almond Sandwiches



Chop sufficient cold cooked chicken to make a half pint. Chop a quarter

of a pound of blanched

Eggs Broulli
Beat four eggs. Add to them four tablespoonfuls of stock, four
tablespoonfuls of cream, a saltspoonful of salt and half a<

Chocolate Pudding



One quart of milk scalded, two eggs well beaten, add gradually one cup

sugar. With the eggs an

Creamed Sweetbreads
Parboil sweetbreads in water 10 minutes. Remove stringy parts and dry
on a napkin. Separate the sweetbreads into small pie

Hungarian Fried Noodles.
Mix 1 cup of cottage cheese with 1 tablespoonful of cream, 1
tablespoonful of flour, 1 tablespoonful of butter, 3 tablespo

Creamed Nuts
2 cups molasses
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup cream or milk
1/4 pound unsweetened chocolate
4 tablespoons butt

Ambrosia For One. A. L. Oolah, Or George Van Fleet.
Fill a saucer with fresh peaches, finely sliced, or strawberries,
carefully picked and selected; over this, place a measur

Frau Schmidt's Recipe For "german" Almond Slices
1/2 pound sugar, 1/2 pound butter.
1/2 pound of seeded raisins (chopped).
1/2 pound blanched and chopped almonds.
Aunt Sarah's Cottage Pudding
Cream together 1 cup of sugar, 2 tablespoonfuls of butter, 1 egg,
white beaten separately, and added last, 1 cup of sweet

Scotch Rarebit.
Mix 1-1/2 cups of strong coffee with 1/2 cup of rich milk in a double
boiler; add 1/2 cup of sugar, 1 tablespoonful of gel

Sunshine Cake
From MRS. DANIEL HALL, of New Hampshire, Lady Manager.
The whites of eleven eggs beaten to a stiff froth; add one and one-

Apple Custard No 1



Grate some good, tart cooking apples--enough to measure one quart. Beat

a generous tablespoonf

Pancakes No 2



To a pint of cream put three spoonfuls of sack, half a pint of flour,

six eggs, but only three

Cottage Cheese Sandwiches



These are nice for country picnics. The cottage cheese should be made

rather dry. After it has

Tomato Soup. Mrs. Harry True.
One quart canned tomatoes, one quart of water, a few stalks of celery;
boil until soft. Return to stove, and add three-fo

Bavarian Fried Brains.
Peel and core apples; sprinkle well with sugar. Then mix some cold
boiled rice with 1 egg, a pinch of salt, sugar and cinn

Candied Sweet Potatoes
Peel turnip-shaped globe; cut into small pieces; cover with boiling
water and boil until tender, 30 to 35 minutes. Add one

Carrot Soup



Boil a pint of carrots with a piece of butter about as large as a walnut

and a lump of sugar u

Pumpkin Pie



MISS BEEMER.



One coffeecup of mashed pumpkin, reduced to the proper consistency

Fricasseed Eggs



Put two tablespoonfuls of butter in a spider, when hot add a

tablespoonful of flour, stir unti

Tomato Toast



Run a quart of stewed ripe tomatoes through a colander, place in a

porcelain kettle, season wi

Quick Coffee Cake
Cream one-half cup of butter with one cup of sugar, add three eggs, one
and one-half cups of flour, two teaspoons of bakin

Cream Sauce



Blend together butter and flour, and add to hot milk; keep stirring

until the whole has boiled

Rabbits To Boil With Onions



Truss the rabbits close; well wash; boil them white; boil the onions by

themselves, changing t

Jewish Shallet.
Cut all the meat of a chicken into thin strips; season with black
pepper, and cayenne, and fry in hot lard. Add some ham,

A Good Roast Turkey
From MRS. HELEN C. BRAYTON, of South Carolina, Vice-President of State
Board and Lady Manager.
Cut the chicken in pi

Chocolate Cake
From MRS. FLORA BEALL GINTY, of Wisconsin, Seventh Vice-President
Board of Lady Managers.
Five eggs, two cupfuls of

Croquignoles



MADAME A. GRENIER.



One half pint of cream, one half pint of milk, four eggs well

French Pea Soup



Cover a quart of peas with water and boil with an onion till they mash

easily. Mash and add a

Sardellen
Take one-quarter pound salted sardellen and soak in water over night.
Bone the next morning, put in cloth and press until

Fish Chowder
Skin and bone one and one-half pounds of codfish or haddock. Cut six
large tomatoes, six large potatoes, two large onions

Delicious Mexican Dish



Soak and scald a pair of sweetbreads, cut into small bits; take liquor

from three dozen large

Celery A La Creme



Take a dozen white heads of celery, cut about two inches long; wash them

very clean, and boil

Montrose Sauce
1 cupful of sugar
1/2 cupful of chopped nuts
1 cupful of water
1 teaspoonful of caramel

Various Ways Of Using Small Potatoes
Early in the season when small, early potatoes are more plentiful and
cheaper than large ones, the young housewife will be

Chicken Terrapin No 2



Cut a cold boiled chicken in small squares, removing all the skin. Put

into a skillet with 1/2

Jelly Cake
Put into a kettle, two ounces of powdered ginger,(or more if it is
not very strong,) half an ounce of cream of tartar, two

Mock Whipped Cream Filling
Use between and on top of layer cakes, or as a filling for torten.
Peel and grate one large sour apple, three-quarters cup

Thanksgiving Corn Cake



Sift together two cups of corn meal, two cups of white flour, four

_heaping_ teaspoonfuls of b

Pointes D'asperges



Cut off the tender green tips of asparagus about an inch and a half

long, cover with boiling w

Oyster Patés
Rub together one ounce of butter and one teaspoonful of flour. Melt
this in a saucepan and add salt, mace and cayenne. Sti

Mashed Sweet Potatoes. Mrs. W. H. Eckhart.
Pare and boil till done; drain, and mash smooth; add milk or cream,
and salt; beat like cake, with a large spoon--the more

Apple Pudding No 2



Prepare the apples as for Apple Pudding, No. 1. When tender mash through

a colander, and put t

Veal Collops With White Sauce



Cut veal that has been already roasted into neat small pieces, round or

square; season them wi

Baked Eggs With Cheese
Butter a baking dish of a size necessary for number of eggs desired,
break eggs into dish, add salt, paprika, pepper to ta

Barley Cream



Take half a pint of pearl barley, and two quarts of water. Boil it half

away, and then strain

French Waffles.
Mix 1/2 pound of flour with 1/2 pound of fresh butter; add 1/4 pound
of sugar, 1 egg and 1 beaten yolk, 1 tablespoonful of

Fricassee Of Spaghettina



Take a cupful of spaghettina, broken into small pieces, put in boiling

salted water and cook f

Cold Meat Sauces
Where just a few mushrooms are left over, either fresh or canned, they may
be chopped fine and added to a brown sauce and

Mushroom Sauce



Mix a little flour with a good piece of butter; boil it up in some

cream, shaking the saucepan

Chicken Soup With Beef Extract



1/2 cup chicken stock

1/2 teaspoon Sauterne

1/8 teaspoon beef extract


Cocoa Nut Pudding.
Take about half a pound of finely grated cocoa nut; beat up to a cream
half a pound of fresh butter, add it to the cocoa n

Spinach



Much meat doth Gluttony procure,

To feed men fat as swine;

But he's

Quay Pudding



One cup flour, one half cup sugar, one quarter cup butter one teaspoon

soda, one tablespoon ja

Fish Salad
From MRS. THERESA J. COCHRAN, of Vermont, Alternate Lady Manager.
Mix together one-half cup of sugar, one teaspoonful of m

A Sweet For The Children
Cut out some rounds of bread a good deal larger than a poached egg would
be. While these are frying, make a puree of Bruss

22 Deviled Cheese



Melt in a saucepan 1/2 a lb. of dairy cheese, add 1/4 of a cupful of

cream or milk, a small pi

Escalloped Salsify



Cook salsify in salted water until tender, alternate it in a baking dish

with bread crumbs sea

Cocoanut Cookies. Mrs. A. A. Lucas.
Two cups sugar, one cup butter, one-half cup sour cream, one-fourth
teaspoon soda, two eggs; mix as soft as you can; roll

Delicate Cake



Stir to a cream a pound of powdered white sugar, seven ounces of

butter--then add the whites o

Blancmange No 2



Boil three ounces of isinglass in a quart of water till it is reduced to

a pint; strain it thr

Whipt Syllabub



Boil a quart of cream with a bit of cinnamon; let it cool; take out the

cinnamon, and sweeten

Queen Of Puddings



One pint bread crumbs, one quart of new milk, one cup sugar, yolks of

four eggs. Bake in slow

Cantaloupes



Cantaloupes should be kept on ice and served in halves, each half filled

with chopped ice or p

Fig Dessert
Soak two cups white figs overnight. In the morning boil slowly until
tender, add two cups of sugar and boil until a thick

French Tart.
Sift 1 pint of flour with 1 teaspoonful of baking-powder; beat three
yolks of eggs with a pinch of salt; add 1 pint of cre

Halibut With Cheese



Sprinkle a small fillet of halibut with salt and pepper, brush over

with melted butter, place

Chocolate Loaf Cake



1 cup sugar, 1 of milk, 2 of flour, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in

the milk. Melt 1/2 cu

Italian Coffee Cream.
Heat 2 tablespoonfuls of olive-oil in a stew-pan; add 2 sliced onions,
a clove of garlic and a few capers. Let fry a few m

Soubise Sauce



Put some onions to soak for ten minutes in boiling water. Peel them, cut

in halves or quarters

Onion Soup

Peel and cut into small pieces three medium-sized onions;

fry them in a little butter until tender, but not

Prune Souffle



Soak three-quarters of a pound of prunes in water to cover them over

night, cook until soft in

White Soup No 6



Take a knuckle of veal; stew it with celery, herbs, slices of ham, and a

little cayenne and wh

Boiled Dressing
Mix one teaspoon of salt, one tablespoon of mustard, one tablespoon of
sugar, one tablespoon of flour and a few grains of

Vienna Stewed Carrots.
Beat 1 pound of butter with 1 pound of sugar to a cream. Add the yolks
of 8 eggs well beaten. Sift 1 pound of flour with 2

Corn Griddle Cakes



One cup of yellow corn meal in a mixing bowl, pour over it three cups of

boiling milk. When co

Peppermint Drops



Two cups of granulated sugar, half a cup of cold water, a tiny pinch of

cream of tartar. Boil

Sherbet
Frau Schmidt gave Mary this simple recipe for making any variety of
sherbet:
2 cups of sugar, 1 tablespoonful of flo

No. 16. Supreme Sauce
Ingredients: White sauce, fowl stock, butter.
Put three-quarters of a pint of white sauce into a saucepan, and
when

Victoria Pudding



MRS. ARCHIBALD LAURIE.



The weight of two eggs in butter, sugar, and flour. Butte

Junket



MRS. STUART OLIVER.



Slightly warm one quart milk, add junket tablet dissolved, a

Supreme Sauce



Ingredients: White sauce, fowl stock, butter.



Put three-quarters of a pint of wh

Cold Cream



Take of the oil of almonds two ounces, of spermaceti half an ounce, and

white wax half an ounc

PurÉe Of Celeriac
Boil as directed above and press through a sieve. To one quart take two
tablespoons of butter blended with two tablespoons

One Egg Cake
Cream one-fourth cup of butter with one-half cup of sugar, add sugar
gradually, and one egg, well-beaten. Mix and sift one

Cup Cake
Cream one cup of butter with two cups of sugar and add gradually the
yolks of four eggs, one at a time. Sift three cups of

Frozen Tomato Salad



Peel and chop fine a half dozen solid tomatoes, season with a

teaspoonful of salt, a saltspoon

A French Omelet



Beat up six eggs; put to them a quarter of a pint of cream, some pepper,

salt, and nutmeg; bea

German Stewed Brains.
Mix 1/2 pound of butter with 1/2 pound of powdered sugar to a cream.
Add the yolks of 6 eggs beaten, 1/2 cup of seeded rai

Cream Cake



1 Cup Butter

1 tablespoon Lard

2 cups Sugar
<

Cold Slaw
Cut cabbage into quarters, removing hard part of core, and place in
cold water 30 minutes. Drain, cover with boiling water

7 Cold Slaw



Cut the centre of a cabbage very fine. Put 2 tablespoonfuls of vinegar

on to boil, beat 2 eggs

Cheese Balls, No. 1
Take one cake of cream cheese, one-quarter of a pound of chopped figs,
one-quarter of a pound of chopped walnuts, roll int

Cream Chicory



Clean well and boil several heads of chicory, drain and cool; squeeze

out the water from the c

Walnut Cake



MRS. PEIFFER.



Cream one cup granulated sugar and one fourth of butter, and two e

Orange Pudding



Four large oranges, sliced thin and sprinkled with sugar. Make a boiled

custard of one pint mi

Mushroom Cream Soup
Fry four onions till they are brown. Add them to three pints of water,
with four carrots, a slice of white crumb of bread,

Rice As A Vegetable
From MRS. SAM S. FIFIELD, of Wisconsin, Alternate Lady Manager.
Five tablespoons of grated cheese, one of flour, one of bu

Sack Posset



To twelve eggs, beaten very much, put a pint of sack, or any other

strong rich white wine. Sti

Custard Pudding No 3



Boil a pint of milk and a quarter of a pint of good cream; thicken with

flour and water perfec

Apple Cream Filling For Cake.
Beat white of 1 egg very stiff. Add 1 cup of granulated sugar and beat
well. Quickly grate one raw apple into the egg and

Italian Ice Cream.
Clean and boil the calf's feet until tender; season with salt and
pepper. Remove the large bones from the feet; beat 2 egg

Scotch Cake



Stir to a cream a pound of sugar, and three-quarters of a pound of

butter--put in the juice an

Ratafia Pudding.
Soak the crumb of a French roll and half a pound of ratafia cakes in
milk or cream, then mix with them three ounces of war

Prune Custard
Heat a little more than a pint of sweet milk to the boiling point, then
stir in gradually a little cold milk in which you

Ham Toast



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

the yolks of two eggs w

Jelly Whip



Dissolve one package of gelatin in a cupful of cold water. Add to that

two cupfuls of sugar an

Apple Mignon



Pare and core golden pippins without breaking the apple; lay them in the

dish in which they ar

Cakes--cake-making
Sift flour and baking powder together several times before adding to
cake batter. Aunt Sarah usually sifted flour and baki

Loaf Cocoanut Cake
Rub one cup of butter and two cups of sugar to a cream. Add one cup of
milk, whites of four eggs, three cups of flour (mea

Gold Layer Cake
Yolks of 6 eggs.
1/2 cup butter.
1 large cup granulated sugar.
1/2 cup sweet milk.
2-1/2 cups flour.

Foaming Sauce



Beat to a cream a cup of sugar and a quarter of a cup of butter, and add

to it two tablespoonf

Ginger Or Hunting Cakes No 1



Take three pounds of flour, two pounds of sugar, one pound of butter,

two ounces of ginger, po

Pound Cake



Take a pound of flour and a pound of butter; beat to a cream eight eggs,

leaving out the white

Jelly Roll
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup cornstarch
1/3 teaspoon salt
1 egg
2 cups scalded milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extr

Chocolate Custard
Take half a pint of rich cream and mix with it a small glassful of
Madeira wine or of good brandy. Pick over some fine che

Smelts A La Maitre D'hotel



Prepare smelts same as for smelts with cream, and serve with maitre

d'hotel butter.


Creamed Oysters



Cook one pint of oysters in their own liquor or in a few spoonsful of

salted water until they

13 Lobster A La Mode Francaise



Pick out the meat of one boiled lobster; cut into small bits. Put four

tablespoonfuls of white

29 Savory Tomatoes



Take three large tomatoes and cut them in halves, take out the insides

and mix thoroughly with

11 Corn Fritters



Grate the corn; allow an egg and a tablespoonful of cream for every

cupful. Beat the eggs well

Asparagus Salad



Use either fresh or canned asparagus. If fresh, of course it should be

cooked in the usual way

Maccaroni No 2



Boil two ounces of maccaroni in plenty of water an hour and a half, and

drain it through a sie

Gold Cake
Take one cup of powdered sugar, one-half cup of butter rubbed to a
cream; add yolks of six eggs and stir until very light.

Lettuce Salad



Remove the outer leaves from a large, solid head of lettuce. Tear each

leaf into three or four

Snow Pudding



Soak one tablespoonful gelatine in one-fourth cup cold water, add a

little pinch of salt, and

Another Carrot Soup



Take four pounds of beef, a scrag of mutton, about a dozen large

carrots, four onions, some pe

Tea Cakes



One pint of cream, four heaping tablespoonfuls of granulated sugar, two

eggs, a little cinnamo

Maccaroni No 8



Boil three ounces of maccaroni in water till quite tender; lay it on a

sieve to drain; when dr

Prune Cake (kuchen)
Line one or two plates with a thin roll of kuchen dough and let it rise
again in the pans which have been heavily greased.

Jewish Goose Greeben.
Chop cold cooked chicken with some mushrooms, parsley and thyme and
season with salt, black pepper and cayenne. Add a tabl

Coffee Jelly



One box gelatine dissolved in half a pint cold water two hours, then

add one pint sugar, one p

A "half Pound" Cake
Cream together 1/2 pound of sugar and 1/2 pound of butter. Beat into
this the eggs separately, until five eggs have been u

Spinach On Toast



MRS. FRANK GLASS.



Cook twenty minutes in boiling salted water. Drain and chop fi

Ginger Beer No 5



One gallon of cold water, one pound of lump sugar, two ounces of bruised

ginger, the rind of t

Black Bread Pudding
Yolks of three eggs beaten with one cup of sugar; add one teaspoon of
cinnamon, pinch of cloves, and pinch of allspice; on

Woodford Pudding



Three eggs, one cup sugar, one cup flour, one cup jam, one teaspoonful

soda dissolved in three

Celery Soup
Boil one small cupful of rice in three pints of milk, or two pints of
milk and one of cream, until it is tender. Then rub

Our Grandmother's Syllabub
From MRS. W. W. KIMBALL, of Chicago, Lady Manager.
One tablespoon of sugar; the yolk of one egg beaten with sugar; beat
Soda Cakes



Three egg yolks, a pint and a half of cream, three-quarters of a pound

of butter, an even teas

Pickled Oysters
When your oysters are opened, take care of all the liquor, and
give them one boil in it. Then take the oysters out, and pu

Nesselrode Pudding, Americana
1 pint of Spanish chestnuts
1/2 pound of sugar
1 pint of boiling water
1/2 pint of shelled alm

Bread Sauce No 3



Take the crumb of a French roll; put it into a saucepan, with two large

onions, some white pep

Epsom Cake



Half a pound of butter beat to a cream, half a pound of sugar, four

eggs, whites and yolks bea

Jewish Stewed Tongue.
Beat 6 yolks of eggs with a pinch of salt; add the whites beaten stiff
and mix with a tablespoonful of cream. Beat 2 ounce

Prune Jelly



Soak in water one-half a box of gelatine. Stew half a pound of prunes

until tender, then remov

Fried Stuffed Eggs



Prepare the eggs as in the recipe for stuffed eggs, filling the cavity

of the whites evenly, a

2 Halibut Rechauffe



Cut an onion into a saucepan, add a cup of water, a little mace and

parsley. When thoroughly b

German Puffs



Take four spoonfuls of fine flour, four eggs, a pint of cream, four

ounces of melted butter, a

Ginger Beer No 2



Four ounces of ground ginger, two ounces of cream of tartar, three large

lemons, cut in slices

Chicken Panada.
Boil a chicken till rather more than half done in a quart of water,
take of the skin, cut off the white parts when cold, a

Gooseberry Fool



Remove tops and stalks from two quarts of

gooseberries, boil them with three quarters of their

Potato Cakes



Roast or bake mealy potatoes, as they are drier and lighter when done

that way than boiled; pe

Scotch Pottage



Place a tin saucepan on the fire with some boiling water; stir in Scotch

oatmeal till it is of

Veal Broth No 2



Soak a knuckle of veal for an hour in cold water; put it into fresh

water over the fire, and,

White Cake



One cup sugar, one-half cup butter, two cups flour, whites of seven

eggs, and a scant teaspoon

Broccoli



Broccoli if not fresh is apt to be bitter in spite of good cooking.

Strip off all the side sho

Cheese And Olive Salad



Mash one-eighth of a cream cheese, and season with salt and cayenne.

Add finely chopped olives

Cheap Cream Cake



One cup sugar, one cup sweet milk, two cups flour, one egg, one

tablespoon butter, one teaspoo

Nut Cheese Crackers



Nut cheese crackers are most appetizing, too, made by spreading this

cheese on small saltine c

Cabbage Pudding



Chop up small, enough white cabbage to fill a large baking pan when

done. Put it in a pot of b

Carrot Pudding



Take two or three large carrots, and half boil them; grate the crumb of

a penny loaf and the r

Mary's Salad Dressing
One tablespoonful of flour, 1 tablespoonful of mustard, 2 cups of
sweet or sour cream, 1 tablespoonful of sugar, 1/2 cup o

Cold Slaw



One-half cup vinegar boiled, two teaspoonfuls sugar, one-half

teaspoonful salt and mustard, on

Palestine Soup
Three pounds of Jerusalem artichokes, two quarts of stock, one onion,
one turnip, one head of celery, pepper and salt to t

Soft Gingerbread



To two beaten eggs in a mixing-bowl add two tablespoonfuls of butter,

melted, three-eighths a

Crullers
Cream two tablespoons of butter with one-half cup of sugar, then beat in
one at a time two whole eggs. Mix well, then add

Stuffed Peppers



Cut off the stem end of green bell peppers. Mince cooked chicken or use

a can of shrimps, and

Apple Jelly Cake
Rub one cup of butter and two cups of sugar to a cream, add four eggs,
whites beaten separately, one cup of milk, two teas

Herring And Mayonnaise
Take a cucumber and cut it in pieces two inches long, then peel away the
dark green skin for one inch, leaving the other i

Marshmallow Icing



Two cups granulated sugar, one cup milk; cook these together until it

strings. Melt one-fourth

Orange Custards



With _orange custards_ and the juicy pine,

On choicest melons and sweet grapes they di

Curry No 3



Fry onions, ginger, garlic, and meat, in one ounce of butter, of a light

brown; stew it with a

Lemon Cheese Very Good



Into a quart of thick sweet cream put the juice of three lemons, with

the rind finely grated;

Mint Sauce
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon white pepper
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon c

Pumpkin Fanchonettes



Mix together one cup and a half of dry, sifted pumpkin, half a cup of

sugar, two eggs, two tab

7 Strawberry Jelly



Soak 1/2 box of gelatine in 1/2 a cupful of cold water until soft. Add

1/2 a cupful of boiling

Celery Sauce
Put in a stewpan with salt, cayenne and a blade of mace, three grated
heads of celery. Cover with boiling water. Boil ten

Asparagus Soup



Boil tips and stalks separately, when the stalks are soft, mash and rub

them through a sieve.

Beets
From MISS MARY H. KROUT, of Indiana, Alternate Lady Manager.
Take one quart of firm ripe tomatoes; stew one hour and a hal

Shrimp Or Oyster Curry
Melt four ounces of butter and fry in it four young onions and a clove
of garlic chopped. Add the juice of two limes. Stir

Swiss Creamed Fish
Mix smoothly in one cup of cold water a teaspoon of flour. Stir it into
one cup of boiling milk and when thick and smooth

Peanut Cookies
One pint of roasted peanuts, measured, after being shelled. Rub off
the brown skin, run through a food-chopper. Cream toge

To Mash Potatoes



Boil the potatoes carefully, drain from the water, mash fine, and to

four good-sized potatoes

Cream Or White Sauce
2 tablespoonfuls of butter
1/2 pint of milk
2 tablespoonfuls of flour
1/2 teaspoonful of salt

Sand Cakes. Mrs. Abbie A. Lucas.
One pound corn starch, one-half pound butter, one pound sugar, eight
eggs, two teaspoonfuls baking powder. Beat the butte

Apple Sago Pudding



Pare and core the apples, put sugar and cinnamon in the holes. Take as

many tablespoons of sag

Finnan Haddie And Macaroni
Break up and cook until tender about a package of macaroni. Pick up the
finnan haddie until you have about three-quarters

Filleted Fish, With White Sauce And Tomatoes
Boil the filleted soles in water. Make a sauce with butter. One spoonful
of flour--milk, pepper and salt, powdered cheese

Victor Spinach



Carefully wash the spinach, scald it in boiling salted water, then pour

cold water over it, dr

German Cheese Pie.
Chop cold veal. Mix with some sweetbread and mushrooms chopped. Season
with salt, pepper and lemon-juice. Add a sprig of p

Baked Dumplings



For the dough: One pint flour, one-half cup butter, stir together; one

teaspoonful baking powd

Puree Of Celery



(Macco di sedani)



Take some big roots of celery, prepare as usual and wash in ru

Oyster Pates No 3



Parboil your oysters, and strain them from their liquor, wash the beard,

and cut them in flour

Cauliflower



Cauliflower, after being carefully washed, should be tied up in a piece

of cheese-cloth to kee

Plain Omelet



Beat six eggs, the yolks to a cream, the whites to a stiff froth, add

three tablespoonfuls of

Fruit Cocktails



Peel and cut one orange and one grapefruit into small pieces, removing

all seeds and white bit

Veal Pie Rich



Take a neck, a fillet, or a breast of veal, cut from it your steaks,

seasoned with pepper, sal

Baked Potatoes, No. 1
Select fine, smooth potatoes and boil them about twenty minutes. Drain
off the water, remove the skins and pack in a butte

Potato Cake
Cream two-thirds cup of butter with two cups of granulated sugar; add
one-half cup of milk, yolks of four eggs, one cup of

Rice Soup



Dissolve one teaspoon of Armour's Extract of Beef in one quart of water,

add one half cup of c

Potato Sandwiches



Mash four good-sized boiled potatoes; add a level teaspoonful of salt,

four tablespoonfuls of

Pesach Cake With Walnuts
Cream together the yolks of nine eggs, and one-half pound of powdered
sugar, weigh one pound of walnuts before shelling; w

Quick Coffee Cakes



Cream one-fourth of a cupful of butter, three-fourths of a cupful of

sugar, one egg; add one c

Cheese Puffs



Scald green gooseberries, and pulp them through a colander. To six

spoonfuls of this pulp add

Bisque Of Crab Or Crawfish
From MRS. HELEN C. BRAYTON, of South Carolina, Vice President of State
Board, and Lady Manager.
Take one hundred oys

Bavarian Cream
From MRS. KATHARINE S. G. PAUL, of Virginia, Lady Manager.
One teacupful grated chocolate, one pint warm water. Boil toget

Home-made Noodles



(Serve as a Vegetable with Stewed Chicken or Veal.)



Four eggs, one tablespoonful

Ginger Beer



Boil gently, in a gallon of water, three table-spoonsful of cream of

tartar, three of ginger,

Mackarel Pie



Cut the fish into four pieces; season them to your taste with pepper,

salt, and a little mace,

Cream Pie. Mrs. A. C. Ault.
One cup of milk, one-half cup of sugar, one tablespoonful of corn
starch, yolks of two eggs. Cook milk, sugar, and eggs t

Chocolate Cake No 3



1 cup butter, 2 of sugar, 1 of milk, 5 eggs (omitting whites of 2), 1

teaspoon cream tartar, 1

Lemon Sherbet
This is the way Frau Schmidt taught Mary to make this dessert. She
used for the purpose 1 quart of water, 5 lemons, 2 tabl

Baked Mushrooms



Hold the mushrooms by the stems, dip them in boiling hot water a moment

to help loosen the ski

Solid Syllabub



Half a pint of white wine, a wine-glass of brandy, the peel of a lemon

grated and the juice, h

Alden Oatmeal Cookies



Cream one and one-half cup butter with two cups brown sugar, add three

well-beaten eggs, one-h

Apricot Sorbet
Place in a vessel half a pound of powdered sugar, with one quart of
cold water; grate in the rind of a large lemon or of t

Pancakes



With all her haughty looks, the time I've seen

When the proud damsel has more humble b

Peach Compote
Pare the fruit, leave it whole and put on to boil with sweetened water.
Add a few cloves (remove the heads), also a stick

Omelet No 4



Take six or seven eggs, a gill of good cream, chopped parsley, thyme, a

very small quantity, s

Corn Bread. Mrs. C. H. Williams.
Two cups sweet milk, one egg, one and one-half teacups wheat flour,
two teacups Indian meal, two tablespoonfuls sugar, a l

Soup, Cream Of Asparagus
Boil together six medium potatoes, a celery, two leeks, two carrots, and
a pound of fresh tomatoes, with pepper, salt and

Oyster Pie Famous



One cup melted butter is put in a lined saucepan, and three tablespoons

of flour which are rub

6 Scotch Collops



Cut cold roast veal into thin slices, and dust over them a little mace,

nutmeg, cayenne, and s

Omelette Souffle
Beat to a cream the yolks of six eggs, four tablespoonfuls of sugar
and the grated rind of half a lemon. Whip the whites o

Foam Torte
Four egg; whites, well beaten; add one tablespoon of vinegar drop by
drop, one cup of sugar, one tablespoon of vanilla; be

Caramel Pudding



MRS. W. W. WELCH.



One pint of milk, one pound of brown sugar, one coffee cup of

Haddock Pudding



Skin the fish; take out all the bones, and cut it in thin slices. Butter

the mould well, and t

Lemon Jelly
4 eggs
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1 cup cooked prunes
Whip egg whites to stiff froth; add sugar slowly, beating co

Boston Cream Cake



MRS. JOHN MACNAUGHTON.



Boil one quarter pound butter in one half pint of water.

Almond Sticks
Grind two cups of almonds and reserve one-quarter cup each of sugar and
nuts, and an egg yolk for decorating. Cream one cu

A Plain Cake



Take a pound of flour, well dried and sifted; add to it one pound of

sugar also dried and sift

Oriental Stewed Prawns.
Beat 1-1/2 pounds of sugar and 1/2 pound of butter to a cream; add 4
yolks of eggs, a pinch of salt and nutmeg. Stir in 1/

Suet Pudding
From MRS. HELEN M. BARKER, of South Dakota, Lady Manager.
One cup chopped suet; one cup molasses (New Orleans); one cup ch

Almond Creams



And from _sweet kernels_ pressed,

She tempers _dulcet creams_.



Souffle



Two table-spoonfuls of ground rice, half a pint of milk or cream, and

the rind of a lemon, par

Curry (excellent)



MRS. W. COOK.



Take several small onions, chop them up very fine, put them into a

Layer Cake



TWO CAKES OF THREE LAYERS.



One cup sugar, one-half cup butter, four eggs, one cu

Japanese Salad.
Chop the white meat of cooked chicken and turkey very fine and mix
with 3 chopped truffles and some chopped parsley. Seaso

White Soup No 7



Stock from a boiled knuckle of veal, thickened with about two ounces of

sweet almonds, beaten

Asparagus With Eggs



Put boiled asparagus into a heated baking dish, season well, break eggs

over it and put into t

Fondant



Two cups sugar, nine tablespoonfuls water; when it begins to boil, put

in one-fourth teaspoonf

Pilgrim Cookies



Let soak overnight one cup of seedless raisins, then drain and dry on a

cloth. Cream one-third

Brown Betty



Butter thin slices of bread, line the bottom of the pudding dish, add a

layer of sliced apples

Roast Beef Salad
2 pairs of sweetbreads
4 ounces of almonds
4 ounces of pecan meats
2 ounces of shelled Bra

Angel Cake
1 cup sugar
1-1/3 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/3 teas

Aunt Amanda's Spice "kuchen"
1 cup butter.
2 cups granulated sugar.
1 cup of a mixture of sour milk and cream.
4 eggs.
1 teaspoonful

Scotch Stewed Onions.
Poach eggs as soft as possible. Butter a baking-dish; add a layer of
bread-crumbs and grated cheese. Place the eggs on the

Cream Sauce
This sauce is indispensable to any one who wishes to use up slices of
cold mutton. Trim your slices, take away skin and fa

Chocolate Pudding



1 pint milk, 3 sticks grated chocolate, boil until thick, then set away

to cool, 5 eggs, white

Rich Plum Cake.
Beat to a cream one pound of butter, to which add the same quantity of
sifted loaf sugar and of fine flour, the whites of

Macaroon Island
Fill a glass bowl with alternate layers of macaroons and lady fingers,
sprinkle a layer of finely-chopped nuts over the ca

Lemon Pie. Mrs. H. A. Martin.
One lemon, the yolks of two eggs, one heaping cup of sugar, butter the
size of a walnut, three cups of water. Grate the r

Honey Cake A Norwegian Recipe



Two pounds of strained honey, three-quarters of a pound of light brown

sugar, three-quarters o

Koenig Kuchen
Cream one-quarter cup of butter with one cup of sugar, yolks of six
eggs, one-quarter pound of raisins, one-quarter pound

Potato Souffle



Choose large, smooth, handsome, uniform potatoes, allow an extra potato

for any waste. Bake an

English Apricot Cream
1 quart of milk
6 ounces of sugar
1 level tablespoonful of arrowroot
2 teaspoonfuls of van

Rice In Milk
Clean the rice as for boiling in water; and cook one-half cup of rice
with one and one-half cups of hot milk and one-half

Cocoanut Tarts



7 eggs (whites)

1 lb. sugar (pulverized)

1/2 lb. bu

Ginger Sponge Cake



Half a cup of milk, half a cup of molasses, one cup of sugar, a third of

a cup of butter, a cu

Hog's Puddings White No 3



Take two pounds of grated bread; one pint and a half of cream; two

pounds of beef suet and mar

Lettuce Soup



Use three small lettuce heads, clean, drain, chop and put into a

saucepan with a tablespoonful

String Beans



Wax or string beans should be snapped in small pieces and all strings

removed, then washed and

Crab Cutlets



Pick up the meat of 2 crabs, seasoning with salt, pepper, a pinch of

mustard and a good tables

Neat's Tongue Pudding



Boil a neat's tongue very tender; when cold, peel and shred it very

fine, after grating as muc

Butter-milk Scones



MRS. FRANK LAURIE.



One quart of flour, two teaspoonfuls cream of tartar and one

A Luction, Or A Rachael.
Make a thin nouilles paste, cut into strips of about two inches wide,
leave it to dry, then boil the strips in a little wa

Boiled Spinach French



Prepare as above, after it is thoroughly tender, throw into a colander

and drench with cold wa

Potato Soup



Five large carrots, two turnips, three large mealy potatoes, seven

onions, three heads of cele

Potato Soup

Wash and peel two dozen small sized potatoes; put them

into a saucepan with two onions; add three quarts of

Potatoes Au Gratin



Cut cold boiled potatoes into cubes and make a cream dressing. Butter

the baking dish, put in

Omelet With Green Peas
Make a six-egg omelet. Have ready one pint of cooked peas, or a can of
peas, seasoned with salt, pepper and butter. Just b

Potato Soup. Mrs. U. F. Seffner.
After stewing veal, use the stock. Slice four or five potatoes very
thin; lay them in cold water until thirty minutes bef

Lemon Cream Cake. Mrs. C. H.
One-half cup butter, two cups sugar, one cup sweet milk, three eggs
(yolks and whites beaten separately), three cups flour

Goose To Stuff



Having well washed your goose, dry it, and rub the inside with pepper

and salt. Crumble some b

Onion Cake



Slice onions thin; set them in butter till they are soft, and, when they

are cold, put into a

A Very Good Pudding



Scald some green gooseberries, and pulp them through a colander; to six

spoonfuls of this pulp

Cestelline Di Patate Alla Giardiniera Potatoes



Ingredients: Potatoes, white stock, salt, butter, peas, asparagus,

sprouts, beans



Ginger Beer No 3



To make ginger beer fit for drinking twenty-four hours after it is

bottled, take two ounces of

Soup Regency
From MRS. ANNE B. PATRICK, of Colorado, Alternate Lady Manager.
Take one can of Boston baked beans. Remove all the pork an

Chicken And Macaroni



Put one half package of macaroni in boiling salted water and boil until

tender. Drain off all

Turnip Broth



Have a sufficient quantity of good strong broth as for any other soup,

taking care that it is

Whites Of Eggs



Beat up the whites of twelve eggs with rose-water, some fine grated

lemon-peel, and nutmeg; sw

Lobster Salad
From MRS. NAOMI T. COMPTON, of New Jersey, Alternate Lady Manager.
Have never seen this recipe for preparing an egg for in

Sauce Mousseline
From MRS. M. D. FOLEY, of Nevada, Lady Manager.
Cover one can of shrimps with cold milk and allow to come to a boil;


Walnut Rocks
Cream together 1-1/2 cups of sugar, 1/2 cup of butter, a small
teaspoonful of salt. Dissolve 1 teaspoonful of soda in 4
Italian Sugar Cakes.
Season a leg of mutton with salt, pepper and a pinch of cloves. Lay in
a baking-pan with 1 sliced onion, 2 celery roots, 3

Fried Cream



MRS. FARQUHARSON SMITH.



Everyone should try this receipt; it will surprise many

Fresh Fruit Salad



Almost all kinds of fruit are used in salads. Bananas and oranges, alone

or together, are serv

Hot Slaw



Chop or slice one medium-sized cabbage; put in boiling water, well

covered; boil fifteen minut

Oysters To Stew



Take a quart of large oysters; strain the liquor from them through a

sieve; wash them well, an

Gelatine Pudding (pink)



MRS. W. R. DEAN.



Put one ounce pink gelatine and one quart of milk in a bowl on

White Sauce For Carp



Boil half a pint of white wine, a quarter of a pint of elder vinegar, a

little tarragon vinega

Omelet
From MISS MARY CREASE SEARS, of Massachusetts, Alternate Lady Manager.
Two good-sized boiled lobsters. Pick out all the me

Pineapple Pie, No. 2
Pare and core the pineapple and cut into small slices and sprinkle
abundantly with sugar and set it away in a covered dish

Prune SoufflÉ
Remove the pits from a large cup of stewed prunes and chop fine. Add the
whites of three eggs and a half cup of sugar beat

Fruit Jelly



MISS FRY.



To one large box of gelatine add one half pint cold water. When


Bread Pudding



For a small family, take a quart baking dish, cover the bottom with

broken bread, sprinkle wit

Clabbered Milk
One of the most healthful drinks in the world is clabbered milk; it is
far better in a way for every one than buttermilk f

Solid Syllabub



Soak an ounce of Nelson's Gelatine twenty minutes in three-quarters of a

pint of water, add th

14 Beef Salad



Chop very fine slices of cold roast beef, having first removed all fat;

add six finely chopped

Cream Cake



Yolk of four eggs, one cup granulated sugar, beat very well; four

tablespoonfuls hot water, ad

Macedoine Salad
Moisten a teaspoonful of cornstarch in four tablespoonfuls of milk, add
two tablespoonfuls of cream and stir over hot wate

Boiled Dressing



Four tablespoonfuls vinegar, one tablespoonful butter, one-half

tablespoonful sugar, yolks of

Chocolate Pudding



One quart milk, three squares Baker's chocolate melted in the milk,

two eggs, four large spoon

Apple Custard Pie
From MRS. FRANCES C. HOLLEY, of North Dakota, Alternate Lady Manager.
Pare pumpkin, cut into inch pieces; steam till well

Steamed Indian Pudding. R. H. Johnson.
One-half cup sour milk, two eggs (beaten stiff), one teaspoonful soda,
one cup seeded raisins, two tablespoonfuls molasses

Olive Sauce



Melt a heaping tablespoonful of butter in a spider and when it begins to

brown stir into it a

Toast Water 350 Calories



1 cup stale bread toasted

1 cup boiling water

Salt<

Peas With Cream Sauce



MRS. STOCKING.



Put one quart of peas in a kettle of salted boiling water and coo

Mayonnaise Dressing. Mrs. T. H. Linsley.
Take the yolks of six eggs, one teacup best cider vinegar, one teacup
white sugar, one tablespoon pure mustard, one-fourth

Cream Sauce



Stir together over the fire one ounce each of flour and

butter, (cost two cents;) as soon as t

White Cake
From MRS. HARRIET T. UPTON, of Ohio, Alternate Lady Manager.
Use the same size cup for all ingredients. Two cups (coffee)

Baked Winter Squash



Cut in small pieces to serve individually, bake with the rind on, scoop

out the squash, season

Rice And Nut Loaf
Boil one-half cup of rice (brown preferred); drain and dry it. Mix with
an equal quantity of bread crumbs. Add level teasp

New Year's Cookies



Weigh out a pound of sugar, three-quarters of a pound of butter--stir

them to a cream, then ad

Small Caraway Cakes



Take one quart of fine flour, fourteen ounces of butter, five or six

spoonfuls of ale yest, th

Steamed Suet Pudding. Mrs. R. H. Johnson And Mrs. J. C. Walter.
One cup of suet (chopped fine), one cup of sugar, one cup milk, one
cup chopped raisins, three cups flour, with two teaspo

Baked Macaroni With Cheese
Cook one cup of broken macaroni in two quarts of boiling salted water
for twenty or thirty minutes, drain and pour cold wa

Peach Shortcake
Make a sponge cake batter of four eggs, one cup of pulverized sugar, a
pinch of salt and one cup of flour. Beat the eggs w

Russian Omelet.
Boil a large fresh beef tongue in salted water until tender. Remove
the tongue and lard it with thin strips of bacon; spri

Tapioca Cream



Soak 4 tablespoons of tapioca over night in water enough to cover it,

scald 1 quart milk, beat

Almond Pudding No 3



Two small wine glasses of rose-water, one ounce of isinglass, twelve

bitter almonds, blanched

Prune Whip



Soak half a pound of prunes over night, then stew half an hour and

sweeten with half a cupful

Sauce Tartare
1/2 cup butter
2 beaten egg yolks
1 tablespoon lemon juice
salt
cayenne
1/2 cup boiling water

Apple Slump
Pare, core and quarter apples, add a little water and sugar to taste,
stew until tender and cover with the following mixtu

An Excellent White Fish Sauce



An anchovy, a glass of white wine, a bit of horseradish, two or three

blades of mace, an onion

Galantine Of Fish



Procure a fine large fresh haddock and two smaller, of which to make

forcemeat. Take off the h

Lemon Cream



1 large lemon, 4 eggs, 4 tablespoons sugar, 3 of water. Beat yolks and

sugar, add juice and ri

Another Way



Take raw carrots, scraped very clean, and grate them. To half a pound of

grated carrot put a p

White Bread Balls



Take four ounces of bread from which the crust has been removed, cut it

into dice. Put half a

Christmas Fruit Cake



MRS. THOM.



One pound of flour, one pound of butter beaten to a cream, six eggs
Fine "drop Crullers"
Cream together 1-1/2 cups pulverized sugar, 3 eggs, add 1 cup sweet
milk, 1/2 teaspoonful of salt, 3-1/2 cups of flour, si

Mussels With Egg Sauce



(Arselle in salsa d'uovo)



A good washing with fresh water is sufficient for muss

Chicken Patties
2 cups hot riced potatoes
1/4 cup cream or milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
few grains cayenne

19 Saratoga Corn Cake



Sift together 2 cups of pastry flour, 1-1/2 cups of granulated yellow

corn-meal, 1/2 a cup of

Another Way



Take one pound of fine flour, dry it well by the fire, sift it, and rub

into it a pound of but

"bucks County" Baked Beans
Put one quart of small soup beans to soak over night in cold water to
cover. In the morning drain the beans, cover with bo

Almond Pudding No 1



Blanch half a pound of sweet almonds, with four bitter ones; pound them

in a marble mortar, wi

Vienna Prater Cake
Cream the yolks of six eggs with one cup of granulated sugar. Add
three-fourths cup of sifted chocolate, three-fourths cup

Cream Of Oyster Bouillon
Put two dozen oysters through food chopper, cook oyster liquor and
oysters together five minutes, heat 1 pint milk and 1 t

Duchess Soup
Grate or chop sufficient common cheese to make a half pint; add to it one
pint of stale bread crumbs, a half teaspoonful o

15 Corn-starch Cake



Beat well the whites of 4 eggs, beat the yolks, then beat them

together. Cream a 1/4 of a lb.

Roast Beef Soup. Mrs. W. C. Butcher
To a good loin roast add six tablespoons of vinegar and small piece of
butter; salt and pepper; stick six cloves in the ro

Fruit Pudding. Mrs. W. H. Eckhart.
One quart of flour, one egg, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder, one
teaspoonful sugar, butter size of an egg, a little sal

Swiss Pie.
Beat 1 cup of sugar with 1/2 cup of butter to a cream; add 2 beaten
eggs, a pinch of salt, 1/2 cup of milk and the grated

Lemon Jelly



For plain lemon jelly, the mother will instruct the child to soak two

rounded tablespoonfuls o

Scalloped Mushrooms
Sauté mushrooms and prepare two cups of white sauce for one pound of
mushrooms, add one teaspoon of onion juice. Into a we

16 German Way Of Cooking Chickens



Stuff the chickens with a force meat made of French rolls, a little

butter, egg, finely-choppe

Chocolate Sauce
6 tablespoons butter
1 cup powdered sugar
3 eggs
2 tablespoons boiling water
1 teaspoon vanilla extract<

Cream Rice Pudding



Wash four ounces of rice, (cost three cents,)

through two waters, put it into a baking dish wi

"buckwheat Minute" Pudding
Pour three cups of milk in a stew-pan, place on range and let come to
a boil. Then stir slowly into the boiling milk 1-1/4

Eggs Washington
Add a half pint of crab meat to a half pint of cream sauce. Season
with salt and pepper. Have ready either bread pates or

Collops White No 2



Cut the veal very thin; put it into a stewpan with a piece of butter and

one clove of shalot;

Skate Stew
Take some fillets of haddock, or cod or hake, and poach them gently in
milk and water. Meanwhile, prepare a good white sau

Spring Lamb Sandwiches



Grind sufficient lamb to make a half pint, putting through the meat

grinder with the lamb the

Nut Cake
Remove the bone, skin and oil from two pound cans of salmon. Boil together
two cupfuls of white bread crumbs and one cupfu

Carrots And Eggs
Cut young carrots in small pieces, blanch them in salted water; melt some
butter in a stew pan, add enough water and meat

Celery Sauce.
Cut in small pieces from about four to five heads of celery, which if
not very young must be peeled, simmer it till tender

Mary's Chocolate Cake
One-half cup of brown sugar, 1/2 cup of sweet milk and 1/2 cup of
grated, unsweetened chocolate. Boil all together until t

Eggs A La Suisse
Cover the bottom of a baking dish with about two tablespoonfuls of
butter cut into bits. On top of this, very thin slices

Peach Cordial
Take a quart of fresh mushrooms. Peel them and cut off the stems.
Season them with pepper and salt. Put them in a sauce-pa

Scotch Short Bread



MRS. BLAIR.



One pound of flour, one half pound butter, six ounces sugar; cream
Scrambled Eggs



(Uova strapazzate)



Break the eggs in a plate, assuring first that they are all f

8 Boston Cookies



Cream one cup of butter, add gradually 1-1/2 of sugar and 3 eggs well

beaten. Add 1 teaspoonfu

German Slaw
One frequently has four or five yolks left after having used the whites
for some light dish, as mock charlotte. Beat a hal

Cocoanut Cake



Whites of four eggs, one-half teacup butter, one teacup sugar, one

teacup sweet milk, two cups

Boiled Salsify



Scrape off the outer skin of the roots, cut in small pieces and throw

into water with a little

Hot Chocolate Sauce



A favorite hot sauce for puddings, or to be served separately with

vanilla ice-cream, is made

Potato Salad



Prepare equal parts of cold boiled potatoes and fresh, crisp celery, cut

in small pieces which

Apple Meringue



Pare and stew a few apples just as you would for sauce; take two or

three slices of bread, but

Creamed Celery
Remove the leaves from the stalks of celery; scrape off all rusted or
dark spots; cut into small pieces and drop in cold w

Potato Puff
1/2 lb. Cold Potatoes--1d.

2 Eggs--2d.

1 oz. Butter

1 gill Milk--1d.

To

Rich Lemon Pie



The pie crust should be made and baked first. The filling consists of

juice and rind of 2 lemo

Sponge Cake No 1



Twelve eggs, the weight of ten in powdered sugar, the weight of six in

sifted flour, the grate

Pudding Sauce



Stir to a cream a tea cup of butter, with two of brown sugar, then add a

wine glass of wine, o

Lemon Cake
Rub to a cream one-half cup of butter with one and one-half cups of
pulverized sugar and add gradually the yolks of three

No. 51. Merluzzo In Bianco (cod)
Ingredients: Cod or whiting, salt, onions, parsley, cloves,
turnips, marjoram, chervil, milk.
Boil gently in a big

Egg Croquettes
Separate the whites and yolks of five hard-boiled eggs, press through an
ordinary fruit press, or chop very fine. Make a h

Escalloped Onions



Boil onions in salted water with a little milk until they are tender.

Put a layer of onions in

Merluzzo In Bianco Cod



Ingredients: Cod or whiting, salt, onions, parsley, cloves, turnips,

marjoram, chervil, milk.<

Semoulina Pudding



Put a pint and a half of milk on the fire to boil with two ounces of

butter, three ounces of s

Blanc-mange



To an ounce of Nelson's Gelatine add half-a-pint of new milk, let it

soak for twenty minutes,

Plain Cookies
1/2 cup butter.
4 tablespoonfuls milk.
1 cup sugar.
1/2 teaspoonful grated nutmeg.
2 eggs.
1/2 cup

Popovers
1/3 cup butter
1 egg
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup

Caramel Pudding



MRS. RATTRAY.



Take one coffee cup full of brown sugar, put it in a frying pan ov

Pancakes.
Mix a light batter of eggs with flour and milk or water, fry in
boiling butter or clarified suet; they may be fried withou

Biscuit Tortoni
Pack a two quart bomb glacé mold in salt and ice. Remove the lid, and line
the mold with a quart of well-made vanilla ice

Brussels Sprouts



Pick off any leaves that may be discolored and wash well a quart of

Brussels sprouts, put into

Caraway Cake



Beat to a cream four ounces each of butter and sugar,

(cost twelve cents,) stir in two eggs, (

Delicious Angel's Food



MISS RITCHIE.



Beat the whites of eleven eggs to a stiff froth, then stir in care

Witch Apples



Bake large apples from which the core has been removed until soft, but

not long enough to burs

Coffee Ice Cream



A quart of rich milk, three-quarters of a pound of sugar, five ounces of

coffee, eight egg yol

Milk Beverage



A very agreeable and useful beverage is made by dissolving a quarter of

an ounce of Nelson's G

Cucumber Salad



Peel the cucumbers, slice as thin as possible, cover with salt, let

stand one hour covered, th

Flemish Peas
Boil some potatoes, rub them through a sieve, add pepper, salt, and a
tablespoonful of cream to a pound of potatoes, rub t

French Toast
1 quart potatoes
1 quart onions
1 teaspoon salt
Wash, pare and cut potatoes and onions in half-inch rounds. Pu

The Grosvenor Pudding.
Beat half a pound of butter with the same quantity of white sugar
until it is like cream, then beat up five eggs and add t

Tomato Custards
Simmer for fifteen minutes in a covered saucepan four cups chopped
tomatoes, four eggs, one sliced onion, one bay leaf, an

Rolled Oats



None of the breakfast foods which are so much used are so wholesome as a

simple dish of rolled

Welsh Rarebit
From MRS. MARY S. LOCKWOOD, of District of Columbia, Lady
Manager-at-Large.
Beat four fresh eggs slightly with two t

Peach Tapioca. Mrs. S. E. Barlow.
Cover one cup of "Farina" tapioca with a pint of water, allowing it to
soak until all the water has been absorbed. Open a

Nourishing Cream For Convalescents



MRS. BLAIR.



Beat the yolks of four eggs, three tablespoonfuls of sugar, and the

Rice White Pot



Boil one pound of rice, previously well washed in two quarts of new

milk, till it is much redu

Potato Balls With Parsley
Pare very thin, medium potatoes as near a size as possible. Have ready a
pot of boiling water, salted, drop in the potatoe

Foam Sauce
From MRS. SCHUYLER. COLFAX, of Indiana, Alternate Lady Manager-at-
Large.
Pare and core tart apples; fill the center

Fillet Of Haddock With Wine Sauce



Remove skin from a small piece of haddock, put in a buttered baking

pan, pour over it one teas

White Soup No 3



Cut one pound of veal, or half a fowl, into small pieces; put to it a

few sweet herbs, a crust

Penuche
3 cups sugar
1 cup milk or cream
1 tablespoon butter
2 ounces unsweetened chocolate or 6 tablespoons cocoa

15 Salade A La Russe



A boiled carrot, a boiled turnip, two boiled potatoes, a head of celery,

a boiled beet, four o

Candied Popcorn
2 cups confectioners' sugar
white of 1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 teaspoons cold water
walnuts or

Plain Farina Pudding
2 cupfuls of cold left-over farina porridge
1/2 cupful of cranberries
1/2 cupful of sugar
It is wise to pour t

Peas Au Parmesan



Grate one and one-half ounces of cheese, add to it two tablespoonfuls of

cream, a gill of milk

16 Oysters In Puff Paste



Roll out some puff paste and cut it into round pieces. Chop some

oysters, mix them with the sa

Sweet Macaroni



Boil the macaroni as for the other dishes, but with only a pinch of

salt, until tender, when d

"dutch" Cucumber Salad
Thinly slice one large green cucumber and one medium-sized onion (if
liked). Sprinkle over about one teaspoonful of salt.

Almond Cream Cake
From MRS. VIRGINIA T, SMITH, of Connecticut, Alternate Lady Manager.
Two pounds best pastry flour; one pound shortening (h

Bran Cakes



2 cups wheat bran

2 tablespoons melted butter

2 whole eggs

1

Apple Tart With Rice Crust



Pare and quarter six russet apples; stew them till soft; sweeten with

lump-sugar; grate some l

An Inexpensive Cocoa Cake
This is a decidedly good cake and no eggs are required. Cream together
1 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup butter. Add 1 cup of sou

Spinach The Best Mode Of Dressing



Boil the spinach, squeeze the water from it completely, chop it a

little; then put it and a pi

Gelatin Ice Cream
1 quart of milk
6 ounces of sugar
2 teaspoonfuls of vanilla
Yolks of four eggs
Put

Mock Clam Soup



Soak a pint of marrowfat beans over night in water enough to cover them.

In the morning drain,

Prune Puff
3 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
3/4 cup milk
1-3/4 cups flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's B

Sugar Butter Cookies



One and one-half cup sugar, one cup butter, three eggs, four cups flour,

one teaspoonful soda

Parsnip Croquettes With Walnuts



Take two good-sized parsnips, peel and cook them until tender in as

little water as possible.

Boiled Onions
Peel the onions and cut off the roots; drop each into cold water as soon
as it is peeled. When all are ready, drain and pu

Veal Bouillon



Two knuckles of veal, four quarts of cold water, one onion, one stock

celery, one bay leaf, tw

Accompaniments Of Fish. Mrs. Dell Webster De Wolfe.
With boiled fresh mackerel, gooseberries, stewed.
With boiled blue fish, white cream sauce and lemon sauce.
With boi

Maccaroni No 7



Break a quarter of a pound of pipe maccaroni into pieces about an inch

long, put it into a qua

Cream Of Pea Soup
Cook quarter peck of green peas until very tender, reserve one-half
cup, press the remainder through a sieve with the wate

Pineapple Parfait



Pare and shred a ripe pineapple, add one cup of sugar and let stand for

several hours. Drain o

Chicken Muffin Cases
Beat a quarter of a cup of butter to a cream; add gradually one and a half
cups of sugar. Sift two cups of flour with a te

Duchess Of Fife's Pudding



Boil two ounces of rice in a pint of milk until quite tender. When done,

mix with it a quarter

Filled Cookies
4 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
1/4 cup milk
1 egg
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Bakin

Lobster Salad
Cut cold boiled chicken into dice, add an equal quantity of tender celery,
season with salt, pepper and lemon juice, mix w

Escaloped Potatoes. Mrs. O. W. Weeks.
Pare and slice thin the potatoes; put a layer in your pudding pan
one-half inch deep; sprinkle salt, pepper, and bits of b

Cornmeal Pudding
Scald 1 quart of sweet milk. While hot stir in 3 tablespoonfuls of
cornmeal, 3 tablespoonfuls of flour mixed smooth with a

Steamed Bread Pudding
Place 1 cup of fine dried bread crumbs in a bowl. Pour over the crumbs
2 cups of milk and allow to stand a short time. Bea

Suet Pudding
From MRS. ELIZABETH C. LANGWORTHY, of Nebraska, Lady Manager.
To two cups of boiling milk add four tablespoons of floor an

Barley Soup



Put a quarter of a cup of well washed barley with a bay leaf and a small

blade of mace into a

Potatoes Creamed And Browned



Take a pint of cold boiled potatoes, cut into dice of uniform size. Have

ready a pint of cream

Cream Rhubarb Pie



One cup of rhubarb which has been peeled and chopped fine; add one cup

of sugar and the grated

Escalloped Cauliflower



Cut a cauliflower into flowerettes, cover with boiling water into a

saucepan and cook until te

Spanish Cream



MISS GREEN.



Soak one half package of gelatine in one pint of milk for half an ho

Batter Pudding



A frugal man, upon the whole,

Yet loved his friend, and had a soul;

K

Frozen Apricots
Frozen fruits are mixed and frozen the same as water ices, that is, they
are only stirred occasionally while freezing, but

Cocoanut Filling And Icing
1/4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 egg
1 cup milk
2 cups flour
1/8

Mashed Potatoes.
Boil till perfectly tender; let them be quite dry, and press them
through a cullender, or mash and beat them well with a f

Sardelled Eggs. Jennie Martin Hershberger, Tiffin, Ohio.
Boil some eggs hard; remote shells, and cut the eggs oblong; take out
yolks, and cream, or mash fine. Then take sardells,

Prune Jelly



Put about three dozen prunes into one quart of boiling water and let

them boil for one hour, t

Eggs Virginia
Grate six ears of corn. Add half cupful of milk, a half cupful of
flour and two eggs, beaten separately, and a half teaspo

Calf's Head To Hash No 3



Your calf's head being half boiled and cooled, cut it in thin slices,

and fry it in a pan of b

Cheese Sandwiches No 2



Chop fine a quarter of a pound of soft American cheese; put it into a

saucepan, add the yolk o

Tomato Soup. Mrs. T. H. B. Beale
Put on soup bone early to boil. Have two quarts of liquor on the
bone. When done, remove the bone from kettle; put one c

Loin Of Veal Fricassee Of



Well roast a loin of veal, and let it stand till cold. Cut it into

slices; in a saucepan over

Cream Toast
4 Slices Toast--1d.

Pepper and Salt

1/2 pint White Sauce--2d.

Total Cost--3d.
<

Apple Johnny Cake (served As A Pudding)
This is a good, cheap, wholesome pudding.
1 cup corn meal.
2 tablespoonfuls of sugar.
1 teaspoonful of soda.
Mushrooms On Toast



Prepare enough mushrooms to measure one half-pint when chopped, and

enough of raw ham to fill

Milk Gnocchi



(Gnocchi di latte)



One quart of milk.

Sugar, nine ounces.


Mutton Sandwiches



Chop a half pound of cold, cooked mutton very fine; add two

tablespoonfuls of cream or olive o

Strawberry Shortcake Individual



Make crust as directed for apple dumplings, turn on to a floured board,

cut out with a biscuit

Endive Salad



Endive is wholesome and delicate. If the curled endive be prepared, use

only the yellow leaves

Currant Salad



Remove the stems from half a pound each of red and white

currants, (cost ten cents,) and pile

Curry Sandwiches



Rub one Neufchatel or Philadelphia cream cheese to a paste. Add one

pimiento, chopped fine; a

Citron Cookies
Take one-half cup of butter and one cup and a half of sugar, and rub to
a cream. Add two eggs, three-quarters of a cup of

Marshmallow Salad
Cut up one-quarter pound of marshmallows into small squares, also
contents of one-half can of pineapple. Let the marshmall

Meat Souffle



Make one cup of cream sauce and season with chopped parsley and onion

juice. Stir one cup chop

Currant Pudding



Stem and wash some currants, mash through a sieve, add as much water as

there is currant juice

Bannock Or Indian Meal Cakes



Stir to a cream a pound and a quarter of brown sugar, a pound of

butter--beat six eggs, and mi

Prune Whip
Soak one-half pound of prunes in cold water overnight. In the morning
let them simmer in this water until they are very so

Iced Pudding.
Parboil three quarters of a pound of Jordan almonds, and one quarter
of bitter almonds, remove the skins and beat them up

Scotch Collops



A cook has mighty things professed;

Then send us but two dishes nicely dressed,-

Vegetable Soup No 5



Take four turnips, two potatoes, three onions, three heads of celery,

two carrots, four cabbag

Mock Fish Chowder
Omit fish and use same ingredients, sprinkle with chopped parsley and
serve.
GLOBE ARTICHOKE OR TURNIP SOUP
He

Reception Cocoa
Stir one cup of boiling water gradually onto two tablespoons of cocoa,
two tablespoons of sugar and one teaspoon of cornst

Two Recipes For Tomatoes And Eggs
For six people put on the fire two handfuls of sorrel, reduce it to a
puree, and add two dessertspoonfuls of cream, a lump

Frozen Pudding



Make a custard with three eggs and about one pint of milk, flavor with

vanilla and a small cup

Tomato Soup. Mrs. R. H. Johnson.
Take half a can, or six large fresh tomatoes; stew until you can pass
through a course sieve. Rub one tablespoonful of bu

Cream Of Rice

Wash thoroughly a half pound of rice; pick out all

imperfect or colored grains; put it into a saucepan and a

Hollandaise Sauce
Heat a bowl with boiling water, and wipe dry. In it beat quarter of
a cup of butter to a cream. Add the yolks of two raw e

French Stewed Quail.
Bone the herring and cut into small pieces. Slice some cooked
potatoes; then butter a baking-dish; sprinkle with flour. Pu

Scalloped Potatoes And Eggs



Boil six medium-sized potatoes in salt water; boil four eggs an hour;

let get cold. Make a cre

Chicken With Rice
Cut up a chicken and stew gently for ten minutes in a little water.
Add two ounces of butter, salt, pepper, mace and a gre

Boiled Okra Or Gumbo







The long seed pod is the edible part of this plant, it can be canned or
<

Chocolate Caramels No 3



A quarter of a pound of chocolate, grated, one large cup of granulated

sugar, one cup of milk

Sweet Almond Omelet
Prepare one-half cup of sweet almonds, blanched, chopped fine and
pounded smooth. Beat four eggs slightly, add four tables

Boiled Turkey



But man, cursed man, on _turkeys_ preys,

And Christmas shortens all our days.

An Excellent Cake



Beat half a pound of sifted sugar and the same quantity of fresh butter

to a cream, in a basin

Peach Pie, No. 2
Pare, stone, and slice the peaches. Line a deep pie-plate with a rich
paste, sprinkle a little flour over the bottom crust

Ice-box Cake
One-half cup of butter creamed with one-half cup of confectioner's
sugar, three whole eggs added, one at a time, beat thes

Sweet Potatoes Stuffed



MRS. ARCHIBALD LAURIE.



Four large sized sweet potatoes baked until tender, then

Peppermint Cup



Soak half an ounce of pulverized gum arabic in half a cupful of cold

water for 30 minutes. Dis

Baked Apples
Take large, juicy apples, wash and core them well, fill each place that
you have cored with brown sugar, cinnamon and rais

Japanese Eggs
Carefully boil one cup of rice, drain dry. Make a half pint of cream
sauce, add to it a teaspoonful of grated onion and a

Railroad Pudding



MRS. GEORGE ELLIOTT.



Four eggs, beat whites and yolks separately, a cup of sugar

Shortcake



Three cups flour, two teaspoonfuls baking powder, one-half teaspoonful

salt; sift three times;

Sailor's Duff



One egg and two tablespoonfuls sugar, beaten together, and one-half cup

molasses beaten in. Th

Corn Batter Bread



Pour a pint of boiling milk over four heaping tablespoonfuls of yellow

corn meal, add a heapin

Cake Making



Have all the ingredients measured or weighed, the pans lined with paper

or oiled, the nuts or

Cauliflower With Brown Crumbs
Drain and place the hot cauliflower in serving dish, and pour over it
two tablespoons fine bread crumbs browned in one tab

Date Cake



1 Cup Sugar

1/2 Cup Butter

2 Eggs



Dark Part
3 tablespoons shortening
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon lemon extract
1/2 cup milk
1 cup flour
2 teasp

Fort Mcdowell Egg Nog



1 egg and about 1/2 pint of milk to each person. A teacup of sugar to

every quart of milk, and

Asparagus White Soup



Cut off the hard, green stems from two bunches of asparagus and put them

in 2 quarts and a pin

Cocoa-nut Pudding



Choose a large nut, with the milk in it, grate it finely, mix it with an

equal weight of finel

Welsh Rarebit



This is another good dish for an evening supper. Crumble half a pound of

grated cheese, and pu

Stuffed Eggs.
Boil eggs for twenty minutes; then drop in cold water. Remove the
shells, and cut lengthwise. Remove the yolks, and crea

Finnan Haddie A La Delmonico



Cover a small piece of finnan haddie with cold water, place on back of

range and allow water t

Delicious Vanilla Wafers (as Mary Made Them)
1/4 pound of butter.
1/4 pound of flour.
1/4 pound of sugar.
2 eggs.
Cream together butter and sugar, ad

Mock Oyster Soup



The oyster plant is used for this delicious dish--by many it is known as

salsify. Scrape the v

Pike To Dress



If you would serve it as a first dish, do not scale it; take off the

gills, and, having gutted

Dutch Sauce For Carp Or Tench



Take six fine anchovies well washed and picked, put them in a stewpan,

add to them four spoonf

Cream Layer Cake
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/3 cup water
6 or 8 marshmallows
White of 1 egg
Few drops vanilla extract

Pigeons En Compote No 1



The pigeons must be young and white, and the inside entirely taken out.

Let none of the heart

Quark Strudel (dutch Cheese)
Make a strudel or roley-poley dough and let it rest until you have
prepared the cheese. Take half a pound of cheese, rub i

Strawberry Trifle



Put a layer of strawberry jam at the bottom of a trifle dish. Dissolve a

half-pint tablet of N

Ginger Cake
1/2 cup brown sugar.
1 egg.
1/2 cup lard.
2 large cups flour.
1/2 cup New Orleans molasses.
1 tabl

Nut Cake
From MRS. MINNA G. HOOKER, of Vermont, Alternate Lady Manager.
One-half cup butter; two cups sugar; one cup milk; three cu

Apple Tapioca
Pour 1 pint of cold water over 1/2 cup tapioca. Allow to stand until
the following morning, when cook until clean. Slice 6

Linzer Torte
Cream one pound of butter with one pound of sugar until foamy, then add
one by one four whole eggs. Mix well, then stir in

Apple Custard Pie
To 1 cup of hot apple sauce (unsweetened) add a tiny pinch of baking
soda, 1 tablespoonful of butter, 1 cup of sugar, grat

Apple Fritters



Pare six large apples and cut out the cores; cut them in slices as thick

as a half-crown piece

Boiled Winter Squash



Peel and cut into pieces a large squash that will, when cooked fill a

half gallon. Steam over

Boiled Mayonnaise Dressing



1 egg

1 piece of butter size of walnut

1 tablespoon

Beet And Cauliflower Salad
Take some thin slices of cooked beets, some cold cooked potatoes, some
cold cooked cauliflower, and a little chopped parsl

Bride's Cake
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1-3/4 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1 tea

Cornmeal Pudding
Bring one pint of milk to the boiling point; pour it gradually on
one-half cup of Indian meal, stirring all the while to p

Cream Of Chestnuts



Shell and blanch a pint of large French chestnuts. Put them in a

saucepan and almost cover the

Barley Water 180 Calories



2 tablespoons pearl barley

1 quart cold water



W

Fricassee Of Chicken
Singe, wash and clean chicken; cut into pieces as follows; two second
joints, two drumsticks, two wings, breast cut into t

A Potato Cake (no Yeast Required)
Cream together:
1 cup of sugar.
1/2 cup lard and butter, mixed.
Yolk of 2 eggs.
1/2 cup pulverized cocoa

Boiled Egg Sauce
From MRS. WILSON PATTERSON, of Maryland, Alternate Lady Manager.
_I am always interested, and do my best to help anything

Apple Dumplings



Sift two cups of flour with two teaspoonfuls of baking powder and half a

teaspoonful of salt,

Green Pea Soup No 5



Make a good stock for your soup of beef, mutton, and veal; season to

your palate; let it stand

Panoche A Spanish Recipe



Two cups of dark brown sugar, one cup of chopped walnuts, half a cup of

milk, butter the size

Honey Drop Cakes
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1-3/4 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder


Scalloped Apples



Pare, core and cut in slices some good, tart cooking apples, put a layer

in a baking dish with

Ginger Snaps No 2



One pint of Porto Rico molasses, one pound of brown sugar, one pound of

butter, two pounds of

Sponge Pudding



One-half cup flour, dissolved in a little more than one pint milk. Set

into a pan of water and

Strawberry Shortcake No 2



Make a biscuit dough in the proportion of a pint of flour, a heaping

teaspoonful of baking pow

Frozen Puddings
For frozen puddings ice must be crushed and mixed with rock-salt, the
same way as for freezing cream. Pudding-mold must ha

Eggs Jefferson
Select the desired number of good-sized tomatoes, allowing one to each
person. Cut off the blossom end, scoop out the seed

Pepper Nuts No 1



Two pounds of flour, one and a half pounds of sugar, half a pound of

butter, three eggs, two e

Seed Cake No 2



Take a pound and a half of butter; beat it to a cream with your hand or

a flat stick; beat twe

Cacouna Cake



MISS K. H. MARSH.



Three cups of sugar, two cups of butter, seven eggs, one pound

A Good, Cheap Chocolate Cake
One cup of flour, 1 teaspoonful of baking powder and 1 cup of
granulated sugar were sifted together. Two eggs were broken

White Fruit Cake. Mrs. Samuel Saiter.
Cream one pound butter and one pound powdered sugar together; to this
add the beaten yolks of twelve eggs, one pound sifte

White Potato Custard (aunt Sarah's Recipe)
Boil one medium-sized potato, mash fine, add 1 large tablespoonful of
butter and a generous 1/2 cup sugar. Beat to a cream

Boston Baked Beans
From MRS. E. J. P. HOWES, of Michigan, Lady Manager.
Peel potatoes thin; put into boiling water with a little salt added.<

Carrot Soup



Take half a dozen small French carrots, wash and scrape them, put in a

saucepan with boiling w

Puree Of Venison
Cut up the remains of venison that had been roasted for a former
dinner, put a few slices of ham into a stew pan, then the

Chestnut Pudding
Boil one pound of chestnuts fifteen minutes. Shell and skin them, then
put back on stove with a cup of milk and boil till

Inexpensive Drop Crullers
Cream together 1 cup sugar and 1 egg, then add one cup of milk
alternately with 2 cups of flour, sifted with 2 teaspoonful

Chicken To Fricassee No 2



Cut the chicken up in joints; put them into cold water, and set them on

the fire till they boi

Small Rice Puddings



Set three ounces of flour of rice over the fire in three quarters of a

pint of milk; stir it c

Creamed Oysters On Toast



MRS. R. M. STOCKING.



One quart of milk, two tablespoons flour three tablespoons

Soft Gingerbread



One cup of molasses, one cup of butter, one cup of brown sugar, one cup

of sour milk, three an

Club Salad
Boil separately two carrots, two turnips, and four potatoes. When
cold, cut the vegetables into dice and mix them together

Cooked Salad Dressing



Yolks 2 eggs

1/2 teaspoon dry mustard

1/2 teaspoon

Chrimsel, No. 2
Soak about three matzoth. In the meantime seed a handful of raisins and
pound as many almonds as you have raisins. Now pre

Fish Scallop



MISS RUTH SCOTT.



Remains of cold fish of any sort, one half pint of cream, one h

Hickory Nut Candy
1 tablespoon butter
3/4 cup milk
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup grated fresh cocoanut
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Dry Curry



Fry a minced onion in butter until lightly browned, cut up the flesh of

two cooked chicken leg

Omelet With Oysters
Drain, wash, and drain again twenty-five oysters. Throw them into a
hot saucepan and shake until the gills curl. Rub toget

Mushroom Omelette
Place the yolks of three eggs in a bowl and beat until light. Add a
teaspoonful of cream and 1/2 teaspoonful of flour mixe

Cocoa



Cool drinks are most welcomed in hot weather, and several kinds are

quite nice for little girl

Salmon Or Lobster Salad Dressing



MRS. ANDREW T. LOVE.



Two eggs, two tablespoons melted butter, one tablespoon mus

Almond Cheesecake



Blanch six ounces of sweet and half an ounce of bitter almonds; let them

lie half an hour on a

Strawberries Scalloped



Equal quantities of fresh strawberries and bakers' stale bread grated.

Begin with a layer of t

"rhubarb Custard" Pie
Two cups of rhubarb, uncooked, do not skin it, cut in half-inch
pieces. Cream together 1 cup of sugar, 1 tablespoonful of

Devils Food Cake. Mrs. Fenton Fish.
Two cups darkest brown sugar, one-half cup butter, two eggs, one-half
cup sour milk, three cups flour, one pinch salt; mix

Indian Corn Cake



Stir into a quart of sour or butter-milk a couple of tea-spoonsful of

saleratus, a little salt

Chocolate Pudding
Grate one-half a pound of Baker's chocolate, and melt it in half a
pint of hot milk. Stir into the milk also half a cup of

Pancake With Fruit



Take 4 eggs, a cup of cream or rich milk, and flour enough to make a

thin batter. Add a little

Carp Sauce



One pint of Lisbon wine, with a small quantity of mace, cloves, and

cinnamon, three anchovies,

Almond Custard



Blanch and pound fine, with half a gill of rose-water, six ounces of

sweet and half an ounce o

Tomatoes



Baked tomatoes are made by taking the fresh tomatoes, scooping out the

centers and mixing with

Pancakes No 3



Break three eggs, put four ounces and a half of flour, and a little

milk, beat it into a smoot

Venison Cakes A Norwegian Recipe



Six eggs beaten light with three-quarters of a pound of sugar, one cup

of sweet cream or rich

Beets



Young beets have to be washed carefully to avoid breaking the skin, and

have roots and half an

Eggs A La Creme



Boil twelve eggs fifteen minutes. Line a dish with very thin slices of

bread and fill with lay

Lobster Soup
Pick the meat from a five pound lobster and pound it in a mortar,
adding from time to time a little milk or cream. When pe

Cheap Sponge Cake
1-1/4 cups granulated sugar.
4 eggs.
1-1/2 cups flour.
4 tablespoonfuls boiling water.
1-1/4 teaspoonful

Celery Sauce White



Make some strong boiled gravy, with veal, a good deal of spice, and

sweet-herbs; put these int

Cookies. Ann Thompson.
One cup granulated sugar, one cup coffee A sugar, one-half cup butter,
two level teaspoonfuls cinnamon, one-half level tea

Frozen Pudding



Prepare a custard with a quart of rich milk, a pint of cream, a pound of

sugar, and the yolks

Plain Pound Cake



Half-a-pound of fresh butter, three eggs, one pound of Vienna flour, one

pound of castor sugar

Golden Cake



1/2 cup butter

1 cup sugar

Yolks 10 eggs


Pea Soup



Use chicken, mutton, or beef broth, or water for a liquor in which to

boil two cups of green p

Eggs With Cream Dressing
Blend two tablespoons of butter with three tablespoons of flour. Place
on range and stir until the butter is melted. Add o

Eggs Suzette
Bake as many potatoes as you have persons to serve. When done, cut off
the sides, scoop out a portion of the potato, leavi

Pouding Aux Pommes
Take some slices of pineapple, and cut off the brown spots at the edges.
Steep them for three hours in a plateful of weak

Boiled Custard.
Take a pint of milk, let it simmer in a very clean saucepan, flavor
it with lemon-peel and a bay leaf, and sweeten to tast

Omelette Of Peas
Take your shelled beans, very young and tender. Throw them into boiling
water for a minute, then pour the water away. Heat

20 Strawberry Puffs



Mix well 1 pt. of flour, 2 level teaspoonfuls of baking powder and a

little salt. Make into a

Eggs For Second Course



Boil five eggs quite hard; clear away the shells, cut them in half, take

out the yolks, and pu

Chestnut Torte
Boil one pound of chestnuts in the shells, peel them while warm, put
nuts through potato ricer or colander. Beat well the

Drop Dumplings For Stewed Chicken. Mrs. W. H. Eckhart.
Stew chicken and make a rich gravy with milk or cream. Pour off a
part into a separate vessel and thin with water; let it

Potato Salad. Mrs. Dell W. De Wolfe.
One gallon cold and thinly sliced good potatoes, six small onions,
sliced thin. Sprinkle very freely with salt and pepper

Snow Balls
From MRS. CHARLES J. MCCLUNG, of Tennessee, Alternate Lady Manager.
Let one quart of milk come to a boil with a piece of s

Oysters A La Marechale
Stew very gently in four ounces of butter some thinly sliced truffles
and mushrooms. After cooking ten minutes add salt, w

Rice



Rice has been cultivated from time immemorial. While not so valuable a

food as some of the oth

Coffee Bread No 1



One pound of flour, two eggs, six tablespoonfuls of melted butter, six

ounces of sugar, a teas

To Steam Apples



Pare and core some good cooking apples, place them in an earthen or

granite ware dish that fit

Scripture Cake



MRS. STOCKING.





One cup butter

White Sauce



Put some good veal or fowl cullis into a stewpan, with a piece of crumb

of bread, about the si

White Cake (delicious)



MRS. STOCKING.



One cup sugar, one half cup butter, whites of two eggs, one cup o

Toledo Cup Cake



One-fourth cup butter, one-half cup sugar, one-fourth cup milk, one egg,

one small cup flour,

Covered Cheese Cake
Cream one cup of sugar with butter the size of an egg, add two eggs well
beaten and one cup of water alternately with two

A Delicious "spice Layer Cake"
2 cups light brown sugar.
1 cup chopped raisins.
2 eggs.
1 cup sour milk.
1/2 cup butter.
2 cups f

Orange Cream Pie. Mrs. P. G. Harvey And Mrs. W. C. Rapp.
Beat thoroughly the yolks of two eggs with one-half cup of sugar; add
one heaping tablespoon of flour, and one even tables

Filling
1/3 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3-1/2 cups flour

Spinach Soup



1/2 peck spinach

2 tablespoons butter

1 1/2 tablesp

Chicken White Fricassee Of



Cut in pieces chickens or rabbits; wash and dry them in a cloth; flour

them well, and fry in c

Pigeons A La Crapaudine



Cut the birds open down the back, and draw the legs through the skin

inside, as you would do a

New College Pudding



Grate a penny white loaf, and put to it a quarter of a pound of

currants, nicely picked and wa

Japanese Eggs.
Remove the bones from a large cooked fish and chop to a fine mince.
Mix with 2 beaten eggs, 2 tablespoonfuls of cream, 1 t

Nut Cake
Take one-half cup of butter, three eggs, one and one-half cups of sugar,
two and one-half cups of flour, two and one-half

Cardamom Cookies
Boil six eggs hard. When cold shell and grate the yolks (reserve the
whites for salads or to garnish vegetables), add one-

Prince Albert Pudding
Rub to a cream half a pound of sweet butter and half a pound of sifted
powdered sugar; add the yolks of six eggs, one at a

Berlinerkrands A Norwegian Cake



Half a pound of butter washed in two waters and beaten to a cream, two

hard-boiled egg yolks m

Christmas Cakes



1/2 lb. Butter

6 Eggs

1 lb. Powdered Sugar

Prune Or Date Bread
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup milk
2/3 cu

Cocoanut Cream Candy
4 tablespoons confectioners' sugar
2 tablespoons boiling water
4 tablespoons cocoa
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extrac

Pie Crust (merberteig)
Rub one cup of butter to a cream, add four cups of sifted flour, a pinch
of salt and a tablespoon of brown sugar; work the

Sally Lunn
From MRS. M.D. OWINGS, of Washington, Lady Manager.
Orange shortcake is very nice. The only difficulty to overcome in

Chocolate Cornstarch Pudding
Take one quart of milk, one and one-half cups of sugar, seven heaping
tablespoons of cocoa, six level tablespoons of corns

Almond Pudding No 2



Take a pound of almonds, ground very small with a little rose-water and

sugar, a pound of Napl

Orange Pudding



Peel four oranges, slice very thin, lay in a deep dish with one cup

white sugar strewn over it

Swedish Stewed Veal.
Take 2 pounds of trout and 2 pounds of red fish; cut in two-inch
slices. Remove the skin from one side of the slices. Chop

Thin Cream Sauce
1 tablespoon drippings or butter
2 tablespoons chopped onions
1 quart finely chopped apples
4 cups stale bread

To Make Almond-butter



Take a Pint of Milk, and about twelve large Laurel Leaves, break the

Leaves in three or four P

A Reliable Layer Cake
1-1/4 cups granulated sugar.
3 eggs.
1/2 cup butter and lard mixed. (Use all butter if preferred.)
1/2 cup swe

Lemon Pie A Southern Recipe



The yolks of four eggs beaten to a cream with one cup of granulated

sugar and the grated rind

Cookies
1/3 cup shortening
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup honey
1 egg
1/2 tablespoon lemon juice
1-1/2 cups fl

Mayonnaise



Yolks of eight eggs, two tablespoonfuls butter, one cup sugar, one

tablespoonful flour, one te

Carrot Schalet
Boil one pound of carrots, let them get perfectly cold before grating
them. In the meanwhile cream a heaping tablespoon of

Gold Cake
Put five hard-boiled eggs through a vegetable press, or chopper. Put one
tablespoonful of butter and two of flour into a s

Fricassee Of Celeriac



Wash and peel the celery roots, cut them into dice and cook until tender

in as little water as

A Fondu.
Make into a batter one ounce and a half of potatoe flour, with the
same quantity of grated cheese and of butter, and a qua

Strawberry Short Cake A La Mode



1 cup flour

1/2 teaspoon Baking powder

1/4 teaspoon

Cocoanut Cake
1/2 cup shortening
2/3 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup molasses
2 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon salt


French Chicken Sandwiches



Chop the white meat of one chicken very fine; pound to a paste. Add

one-half teaspoonful of sa

Orange Pudding



Stir to a cream six ounces of white powdered sugar, with four of

butter--then add a wine glass

Lamb And Macaroni
Dilute one can of concentrated tomato sauce with one quart of water;
mince two medium-sized onions very fine and fry slowl

Cherry Roley-poley
Make a rich baking-powder biscuit dough, and roll it out until it is
about two-thirds of an inch thick. Pit and stew enoug

Ice Cream Cake
Boil together one cupful of sugar and a half cupful of water until they
spin a heavy thread, and pour slowly, beating all

Pepper Hash
Chop fine with a knife, but do not shred with a slaw cutter, 1 pint of
finely chopped cabbage, adding 1 teaspoonful of sal

Apple Betty



Two cups of tart cooking apples, chopped, a cup and a half of stale

bread crumbs--bakers' brea

Sauce For Broiled Fish



(Salsa per pesce in gratella)



This sauce is composed of yolks of eggs, salted an

String Bean Salad
String and remove the ends from one quart of beans. Cut into short
lengths. Cover with boiling water, add one level tables

Mushrooms On Toast



Half a pound of mushrooms, wash, stem and skin as before. Cut into dice,

put in a saucepan wit

Cheesecake No 2



Blanch half a pound of the best sweet almonds, and beat them very fine.

Add two spoonfuls of o

Princess Amelia's Pudding



Pare eight or ten fair large apples, cut them into thin slices, and stew

them gently in a very

Curry No 4



Skin and prepare two chickens as for a fricassee; wash them very clean,

and stew them in a pin

A Cheap Cocoanut Layer Cake
Cream together 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup butter, 1 egg (white of egg beaten
separately), add 3/4 cup milk, 2 cups flour sifted

Turnips Carrots



Such winter vegetables as turnips, carrots and parsnips should be well

washed, peeled, cut in

Fruits





Apples, Baked

Peel and core six large sour apples; mix together a cup


Prune Souffle



One-half pound of prunes, three tablespoons of powdered sugar, four

eggs, a small teaspoon of

Baked Tomato And Egg Plant
Take a deep earthenware dish, pour into it a cup of cream; cut several
slices of eggplant very thin, salt well, and line t

Queen Bread Pudding
Take one cup of grated bread crumbs, soak it in one pint of sweet milk;
then break three eggs; separate the whites, add to

Harvard Salad



Cut a selected lemon in the form of a basket with handle, and scoop

out all the pulp. Fill bas

Salted Almonds
Pour boiling water on the almonds; cool and remove the skins; dry
thoroughly and brown in a hot oven, using a half tablesp

Philadelphia Ice Cream
1-1/2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons shortening
1/3 cu

Cream Of Celery Soup



A pint of milk, a tablespoonful of flour, one of butter, a head of

celery, a large slice of on

Caramel Custard
Place 1 pint of milk on the range in a double boiler. Melt half a cup
of sugar in an iron pan over the fire until a golden

Small Sponge Cakes
For these small cakes take 6 eggs, 1 cup of sugar and 3/4 cup of flour
and 1/2 teaspoonful of baking powder, a pinch of sa

Flavor Sponge Cake



Four eggs, two cups powdered sugar, two cups flour, three-fourths cup

very hot water, two teas

Relish



30 large tomatoes

8 large onions

8 large red pepper

Calves' Feet A La Marechale
Boil four calves' feet until tender. Cut into inch pieces and fry in
four ounces of butter, with two onions, a little garl

Jode Cakes A Norwegian Recipe



Three egg yolks, a pint and a half of cream, three-quarters of a pound

of butter, an even teas

Haricot Beans



Soak a pint of beans over night, cook the next morning until perfectly

soft, strain through a

Gravy Warmed Over For Meats



One-half cup walnut catsup, 1 wine glass tomato catsup, 1 small cup

sherry (may be omitted), 1

Tapioca And Apple Pudding



Six good, tart cooking apples, three-quarters of a cup of pearl tapioca,

sugar to taste and on

Soup Crecy



Take three large carrots, wash and scrape and cut them into slices, put

them in a saucepan wit

Chocolate Pudding



One pint milk, four tablespoonfuls sugar, one teaspoonful vanilla, salt,

two tablespoonfuls co

Apple Pudding No 1



Take some tart cooking apples, pare, core and slice them and lay in cold

water for a few minut

Raspberry And Currant Pudding



Stew raspberries and currants with sugar and water, taking care to have

plenty of juice. Cut t

Patties Of Puff Paste



Roll out some puff paste an inch thick, cut with a patty-cutter as many

rounds as are needed,

Eggs Lyonnaise
6 eggs
1 onion
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
2 level tablespoonfuls of flour
1/2 pi

Sponge Cake
1/2 cup butter
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
2/3 cup milk
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder<

Lima Beans



After shelling a quart of lima beans, cook in boiling salted water until

tender, then stir in

Baba À La Parisienne
Prepare the yeast as above; cream a scant cup of butter with four
tablespoons of sugar, the grated peel of a lemon, add fi

Cream Filling
1 cup boiling water
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup flour
1/8 teaspoon salt
3 eggs
2 teaspoons Dr. Price'

Turnip Soup



10 turnips.

2 onions.

2 potatoes.

1 small stick of celery.
A Very Good General Sauce



Take some mint, balm, basil, thyme, parsley, and sage; pick them from

the stalks, cut them ver

Small Oatmeal Cakes
Cream together 1-1/2 cups of light brown sugar, 1/2 cup of lard and
butter, mixed, and the yolk of one egg. Add 1/2 cup of

"frau Schmidt's" Lemon Pie
Grated yellow rind and juice of one lemon, 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of
molasses, 1 egg, butter, size of a walnut; 1 tablespoo

Wiener Studenten Kipfel
Make dough same as for Wiener Kipfel. Roll it out quite thin on a
well-floured board and let it rise. Cut also into triang

Creamed "dried Beef"
Put a tablespoonful of butter in a frying pan, add 1/2 cup of chipped
beef cut fine and brown it in the butter, then add 1

Eggs With Onion Sauce



(Uova trippate)



Prepare some hard boiled eggs, shell and cut into disks one thir

Chestnut Cakes



1 pound chestnuts.

2 eggs.

2 teaspoons castor sugar.

2 1/2 o

Apple Fruit Cake. Mrs. T. H. Linsley.
One cup of butter, two cups of sugar, one cup of sweet milk, two eggs,
one teaspoon of soda, three and one-half cups of fl

14 Tapioca Soup



One qt. of veal or chicken broth, 1 pt. of cream or milk, 1 onion, a

little celery, 1/3 of a c

Seed Cakes



A cup and a half of granulated sugar, a cup and a half of butter, four

eggs, one tablespoonful

An Economical Bread And Apple Pudding
Into a well-buttered pudding dish put a layer of sliced sour apples.
On the top of these a layer of stale bread crumbs wit

Sandwiches





Sandwiches may be made from one of three or four kinds of bread; whole

wheat bre

White Sauce Omelet
Make a white sauce of one tablespoon of butter blended with two
tablespoons of flour, one-half teaspoon of salt, pinch of

Orange Cakes
4 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
2/3 cup milk
1-3/4 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's B

Potatoes Au Gratin



First prepare your white sauce of one-half pint milk, one tablespoonful

butter, two tablespoon

Rice Blanc Mange



Boil a tea-cup of rice in a pint of water, with a blade of mace, and a

tea-spoonful of salt. W

Rice Pudding



Take a quarter of a pound of rice, a pint and a half of new milk, five

eggs, with the whites o

Sweet Biscuits



Rub four ounces of butter, (cost eight cents,) into one

pound of flour, (cost four cents;) dis

Marshmallow Icing
1/4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2-1/2 ounces chocolate
1/2 cup mashed potatoes
1 egg
3/8 cup milk
A Cheap Orange Cake
2 eggs.
1-1/2 cupfuls sugar.
1 large tablespoonful butter.
1 cup milk.
2 cups flour sifted with 2 teaspo

Pumpkin Pie. Mrs. T. H. Linsley
One coffeecup of mashed pumpkin, reduced to the proper consistency
with rich milk and melted butter or cream, one tablespo

Rhubarb Meringue



Take three cups of stewed rhubarb, put in a saucepan over the fire,

sweeten to taste, and when

Invalids' Eggs
This must be begun at least three hours before it will be required. Take
two ounces of pearl barley, wash it well, and put

Almond Cheesecakes



Take a quarter of a pound of Jordan almonds and twelve or fourteen

apricot or peach kernels; b

Chocolat SoufflÉ
From MISS JOSEPHINE SHAKSPEARE, of Louisiana, Lady Manager
Four strips of chocolate; one quart of milk, six eggs, one tabl

Casoid Flour And Bran Muffins



1 ounce (30 grams) Casoid flour

1 level tablespoon (15 grams) butter

1 ounc

Apple Croquettes



Peel, core and quarter four good-sized cooking apples, cut in thin

slices and put them in a gr

Fruit Jelly
1-1/2 cupfuls of sugar
2-1/2 cupfuls of flour
1/4 cupful of butter
1 cupful of water
2 ro

Mocha Torts
Beat one cup of powdered sugar with the yolks of four eggs; when very
light, add one cup of sifted flour in which has been

Eggs
Cover a quart of bits of bread that have been broken apart, with one pint
of milk; soak for fifteen minutes, then with a s

Tapioca And Strawberry Jelly



Five ounces of Groult's tapioca, two cups of boiling water, two cups of

strawberry juice, four

Chocolate Cake. Mrs. J. C. Walter.
One and one-half cups sugar, two-thirds cup butter, one teaspoonful
vanilla, two thirds cup milk, two cups flour, three le

Chocolate Filling And Icing
1/3 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 cup milk
1-3/4 cups flour
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Po

Cottage Pudding



One cup of granulated sugar, a cup and a half of flour sifted, half a

cup of milk, a heaping t

Sorrel Soup



Pick off the stems and wash the leaves of a quart of sorrel, boil in

salted water, drain and c

Lobster Chicken Or Veal Salad



MRS. A. J. ELLIOT.



Cut up a chicken, (roast or boiled) fine, salt and pepper wel

Sweetbread And Cucumber Salad



Mix two tablespoons cold cooked sweetbread cut in cubes, one

tablespoon cucumber cubes, and on

Fruit Cake. Mrs. G. H. Wright.
One pound flour, one pound brown sugar, one pound citron, two pounds
raisins, two pounds currants, three-fourths pound but

Lemon Cream



Pare four fresh lemons very thin, so as to get none of the white part.

Soak the rinds twelve h

Coffee Spice Cake With Mocha Filling
3 cups confectioners' sugar
Boiling water
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 ounces (2 squares) unsweetened chocolat

Cream Of Tomato Soup
1/4 cup rice
1/3 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons bacon drippings
2 cups tomatoes
2 teaspoons salt


Fried Chicken With Cream Gravy
Cut one small spring chicken in pieces, dip each piece in a batter
composed of 1 beaten egg, 1 cup of milk, a pinch of sal

Individual Apple Dumplings
Butter six muffin rings and set them on a shallow agate pan which has
been well buttered. Fill the rings with sliced apple

Lemon Bread Pudding



1 quart milk, 2 coffee cups bread crumbs, 1 of white sugar, 1/2 cup

butter, 4 eggs, the juice

Rissoles No 1



Take a roasted fowl, turkey, or pullet; pull it into shreds; there must

be neither bone nor sk

8 Oyster Potpie



Scald one quart of oysters in their own liquor. When boiling take out

the oysters and keep the

Almond Cake



Beat the yelks of twelve eggs to a froth, with a pound of powdered white

sugar. Beat the white

Cocoanut Cake (splendid)



MISS. BEEMER.



Two cups of sugar and one half cup of butter beaten to a cream, sl

Chicken Cream Soup



MRS. DUNCAN LAURIE.



Take the carcase of a roast chicken or turkey, break the bon

Walnut And Celery Salad



Three cupfuls of fresh, crisp celery cut fine and two cupfuls of

walnuts, carefully shelled th

Hermits
2 eggs
1 cup sugar
1 tablespoon melted shortening
3/4 teaspoon salt
2-1/2 cups rolled oats
2 teasp

Lace Cakes



1 cup sugar

1 teaspoon butter

2 teaspoons baking po

Composition Cake



Five tea-cups of flour, three of sugar, two of butter, five eggs, a

tea-spoonful of saleratus,

Fruit Filling
1/3 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup milk
2 cups flour
4 te

White Perfection Cake



Three cups sugar, one cup butter, one cup milk, three cups flour, one

cup cornstarch, three te

Cottage Cheese Salad
Mix thoroughly one pound of cheese, one and one-half tablespoons of
cream, one tablespoon of chopped parsley and salt to t

White Cake
Cream three-quarters cup of butter and one and one-quarter cups of sugar
very well. Stop stirring, pour one-half cup of co

Lemon Meringue Pie
2 cups stewed and strained pumpkin
2 cups rich milk or cream
3/4 cup brown or granulated sugar
2 eggs
1/

Plain Cake For Layers



One-half cup butter, three-fourths cup sugar, two eggs, one cup milk,

two and a half cups flou

Orange Sauce
1/2 tablespoonful of granulated gelatin
1/4 cupful of sugar
1/2 cupful of milk
1 pint of cream
Pound Cake



One cup of butter, a cup and a half of flour, a cup and a half of

granulated sugar, six eggs,

Cream-baked Onions



MRS. J. S. THOM.



Pare as many good-sized onions as required and cover with boili

Chocolat Meringue
From MRS. ALICE HOUGHTON, of Washington, Lady Manager.
One pint milk, two tablespoons corn starch, one cup sugar, one squa

Strawberry Cake



Mix a quart of flour with a tea-spoonful of salt, four beaten eggs, and

a tea-cup of thick cre

Maple Parfait
For this rich, frozen dessert Mary beat 4 eggs lightly, poured slowly
over them 1 cup of hot maple syrup, cooked in a doub

Frau Schmidt's "german Christmas Cake"
Cream together in a bowl half a pound of pulverized sugar and half a
pound of butter; then add yolks of five eggs, 1 grate

Egg Salad



Boil three eggs hard, cut in half lengthwise, remove the yolks and mash

fine. Mix together in

Molasses Cakes
4 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
2/3 cup milk
1 egg
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Bakin

Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake
1 cup shortening
2 cups sugar
1 teaspoon almond or vanilla extract
3/4 cup milk
3-1/2 cups flour
3

Cream Soup



Proceed as for white broth, using the meat for a stew,

skimming all the fat off the broth, and

Salsify Fritters



Scrape some oyster plant and drop quickly into cold water with a few

drops of vinegar to preve

Cup Cake
Eight eggs.
One pint of powdered sugar.
One pint of Indian meal, sifted, and half a pint of wheat-flour.


Accompaniments For Fowls.
With boiled fowls, bread sauce, onion sauce, lemon sauce, cranberry
sauce, jellies, and cream sauce.
With roast turk

Rich Doughnuts
3 tablespoons shortening
2/3 cup sugar
1 egg
2/3 cup milk
1 teaspoon nutmeg
3/4 teaspoon salt

Corn Sponge Cake A Spanish Recipe



Half a pound of corn meal, half a pound of butter, seven ounces of

granulated sugar, seven egg

Rolls



Take two pounds of flour; divide it; put one half into a deep pan; rub

two ounces of butter in

Chocolate Custard
Beat yolks of three eggs, three tablespoons of sugar till light,
dissolve one heaping tablespoon of grated unsweetened cho

Danish Pudding
From MISS MARY B. HANCOCK, of Iowa, Treasurer State Board and
Alternate Lady Manager.
One quart milk, heated in doub

Escalloped Egg Plant



Boil a small egg plant, cut it in half, take out the pulp, throwing away

the seeds and skin, c

Wedding Cake
1 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon lemon extract
5 eggs
2 cups flour
Boiled Borecole Or Kale







Use a half peck of kale. Strip the leaves from the stems and choose the
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Puree Of Turnips



Peel and slice some young turnips, add an onion and carrot sliced, cover

with boiling water an

Chocolate Pudding



One pint milk, one pint bread crumbs, yolks of three eggs, one-half

teaspoon vanilla, five tab

Frau Schmidt's Apple Dumplings
Prepare a syrup of 1 cup sugar, 2 cups of hot water and 1 tablespoon
of butter. Pour all into an agate pudding dish. Add t

Stuffed Smelt



Ingredients of stuffing: 1/4 cup of melted butter; 1 cup of bread

crumbs, 1 teaspoonful of cho

Fillet Of Sole À La Mouquin
Thoroughly wash and pick over a pound of spinach, put it over the fire
with no more water than clings to the leaves and co

Egg Timbales



For six persons use half a dozen eggs, three gills of milk, one

teaspoonful of salt, one-eight

Rissoles No 3



Take of the pure made as directed for pheasant, veal, or game, (see

Pheasant under the head Ga

Potato Flour Pudding
Take one-quarter pound of goose-oil, stir it to a cream, and stir in
gradually the yolks of ten eggs and three-quarters of

Prince Of Wales Cakes
1/4 lb. Flour--1/2d.

1/4 lb. Cornflour--1d.

1 gill Milk--1/2d.

1/2 teaspoonful Baking

Paradise Pudding



Melt two and a half ounces of butter in a saucepan, stir into it a

quarter of a pound of sifte

Boiled Rice
Put one-half cup of rice in a strainer; place the strainer over a bowl
nearly full of cold water; rub the rice; lift the s

Mushrooms With Cream Sauce



Dissolve two ounces of butter in a stewpan, mix in the yolks of two eggs

lightly beaten, the j

Fish With Horseradish Sauce
Clean three pounds of fresh salmon, bone, salt and let stand several
hours. Place in fish kettle with boiling salt water (

Fruit Jelly



For a fruit jelly in winter, line the bottom of the mold or individual

cups with pieces of ban

Boiled Cauliflower With White Sauce



Cut off the stem close to the bottom of the flower and pick off the

outer leaves. Wash well in

Chicken With Oysters
Stuff a young chicken with oyster and a few bread crumbs, seasoned
with salt, pepper and butter. Truss the fowl, place it

Fudge Squares
1/4 cup shortening
1/2 cup sugar
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice or extract
1/2 cup milk
1-1/2 cups

Apple Charlotte



Pare, core and quarter eight or nine good cooking apples, put them into

a double boiler with t

Blanc Mange
Heat one quart of milk to boiling point. Dissolve four large tablespoons
of cornstarch in a quarter cup of cold milk. Beat

Sugar Biscuits



This happy hour elapsed and gone,

The time of drinking tea comes on.



Pineapple Sherbet
From MRS. M. D. OWINGS, of Washington, Lady Manager.
Take twelve fine, sound apricots; wipe carefully, cut them in two,
String Beans With Egg Sauce



(Fagiuolini in salsa d'uovo)



Take less than a pound of string beans, cutting off

Stuffed Eggs



Boil six eggs hard, cut in half lengthwise, take out the yolks and mash

them very fine; put as

No. 94. Costolette D' Agnello Alla Costanza (lamb Cutlets)
Ingredients: Lamb cutlets, butter, stock, cocks' combs, fowl's
liver, mushrooms.
Fry as many lamb cutlets as you re

Costolette D' Agnello Alla Costanza Lamb Cutlets



Ingredients: Lamb cutlets, butter, stock, cocks' combs, fowl's liver,

mushrooms.



Aunt Sarah's Cinnamon Cake
1 cup sugar.
2 cups flour.
1 egg.
1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
Piece of butter the size of egg.
P

Red Dyes



Madder makes a good durable red, but not a brilliant color. To make a

dye of it, allow for hal

Ribbon Cake. Mrs. Lizzie Martin.
One small half cup of butter, one cup of sugar, two eggs, two-thirds
cup of water, two cups of flour, two teaspoons of bak

Spinaci Alla Milanese Spinach



Ingredients: Spinach, butter, Velute sauce, salt, pepper, flour, stock.



Wash thr

Raisin Or Currant Buns
Boil two large potatoes and strain the water into a pitcher, dissolve
two-thirds cake of yeast in a cup. Put potatoes in a

Rules To Be Observed In Making Nice Cake



Cake, to be good, must be made of nice materials. The butter, eggs, and

flour, should not be s

Angel Cakes (baked In Gem Pans)
The whites of four eggs should be beaten very stiff and when partly
beaten sprinkle over 1/2 teaspoonful of cream of tarta

Boiled Peas



Do not shell peas until ready to cook. Salt, and slightly sweeten if

needed boiling water, dro

Delicate Cake
From MRS. JOHN A. LOGAN, of District of Columbia, Lady Manager.
Four ounces butter, fourteen ounces sugar, whites of six e

Balsamella Sauce



(Salsa balsamella)



This sauce resembles the famous French Bechamel Sauce, but it

Egg Croquettes
6 eggs
1/2 pint of milk
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
3 level tablespoonfuls of flour


Croquettes Of Salsify And Celeriac



Two roots of salsify and one large celeriac. Wash and scrape them well.

Cut in pieces and cove

Cream Of Lentil Soup
Soak one cup of lentils over night. Drain and boil slowly for one hour
in water containing one-half teaspoon of baking sod

String Or Green Snap Beans
Cut off the tops and bottoms and "string" carefully; break the beans in
pieces about an inch long and lay them in cold wat

Fruit Jelly



MRS. DUNCAN LAURIE.



Dissolve two ounces of tartaric acid in one quart of cold wa

Buttermilk Pudding



Take three quarts of new milk; boil and turn it with a quart of

buttermilk: drain the whey fro

Eggs Scotch



Take half a pound of the flesh of a fowl, or of veal, or any white meat

(dressed meat will do)

Chocolate



Use one and one-half squares of bitter chocolate, one-fourth cup sugar,

three cups milk, one c

Fruit Shortcakes
6 tablespoons shortening
1 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1-1/2 cups flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Pri

Creamed Salmon
A half cup of canned salmon, a left-over from lunch the preceding day,
may be added to double the quantity of cream dressi

Fish Salad I



Remove salmon from can, rinse thoroughly with hot water and separate

in flakes; there should b

Tea
To make tea always scald the teapot, which should be agate,
earthenware or china, never metal. Always use water that has b

Pound Cake. Mrs. U. F. Seffner.
One pound of butter, one pound of sugar, one pound of flour (sifted),
ten eggs (beaten separately), one-half teacup of ros

Cream Of Mushrooms



Wash one pound of mushrooms, skin and stem them. Put the skins and stems

in a saucepan with a

Sauce Hollandaise



One-quarter of a pound of butter, one-quarter of a cup of water,

one-quarter of a teaspoonful

Chess Cake
From MRS. CLARK WARING, of South Carolina, Alternate Lady Manager.
Three teaspoonfuls of soda; one cup butter; one cup mol

Cold Entree



MRS. FRANK DUGGAN.



An entree that supplies the want of fish for luncheon. Take t

Baked Cabbage
A half head of cabbage was cut into small pieces and cooked in hot
salted water until cabbage was tender. The water was dr

Filling
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
whites of 3 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract or 1/2 teaspoon

Chocolate Creams



Easy chocolate creams require two cupfuls of confectioner's sugar, with

a few teaspoonfuls of

Apples Stewed Whole



Take some nice, tart cooking apples, pare and put them into a saucepan

with the juice of two l

Baked Tomatoes
From MRS. ELIZABETH C. LANGWORTHY, of Nebraska, Lady Manager.
Soak one quart of small, dry beans over night. Parboil in th

Gelatine With Fruit



Take one ounce box of gelatine; put to soak in a pint of cold water for

an hour. Take the juic

11 Shredded Wheat Biscuit And Apples



Wash, pare and cook in three cups of water, 6 apples, until tender. Dip

the tops of 6 shredded

French Cream Cake



Three eggs, one cup granulated sugar, one and one-half cup flour, four

tablespoonfuls cold wat

Deviled Egg Salad
6 eggs
1 head of lettuce
1 pimiento
1 teaspoonful of onion juice
1/2 teaspoonful of pa

Noodle Pudding



Put two ounces and a half of noodles in a pint of boiling milk and cook

until stiff like mush.

Deviled Eggs
Hard-boil twelve eggs. Remove the shells. Cut the eggs into halves,
crosswise. Take out the yolks without breaking the whi

Velvet Cake
From MRS. FLORA BEALL GINTY, of Wisconsin, Seventh Vice-President
Board of Lady Managers.
Two cupfuls of pulverized

Maccaroni In A Mould Of Pie Crust



Prepare a paste, as generally made for apple-pies, of an oval shape; put

a stout bottom to it

Rice And Date Pudding



Half a cup of rice washed and boiled in water, one pound of dates,

washed first in cold then i

Three-egg Angel Cake
3 tablespoons shortening
3/4 cup sugar
Yolks of 3 eggs
1 teaspoon flavoring extract
1/2 cup milk
1

Rice Omelette Souffle



Boil a quarter of a pound of well-washed Carolina rice in a pint and a

half of milk until stif

Marble Cake
Take two cups of sugar, one cup of butter, four eggs (yolks), one cup of
milk, three cups of flour, and three teaspoons of

Chocolate Caramel Cake



2 cups sugar, 2/3 cup milk, 3 eggs, beaten separately, 2 tablespoons

butter, 2 cups flour, 2 t

Oyster Stew
Rinse a stew-pan with cold water, then put in 1 pint of milk and let
come to a boil. Heat 15 oysters in a little oyster li

Potatoes
In making sauce Hollandaise or mayonnaise one always has quite a quantity
of the left-over whites. These may be made into

Skirt Steak With Raisin Sauce



Make a rich stuffing by chopping together three-fourths a pound of

veal, one-half a pound of h

Bechamel Or White Sauce No 1



Take half a quarter of a pound of butter, three pounds of veal, cut into

small slices, a quart

A Delicious Cream Cheese
Sweet milk is allowed to stand until it is like a jelly, but does not
separate. Then it is poured into a cheese-cloth bag

Gelatine, With Fruit. Mrs. W. H. Eckhart.
Take one ounce box of gelatine; put to soak in a pint of cold water
for an hour. Take the juice of three lemons, and one

Lady Cake



Half a cup of butter, one cup of granulated sugar, half a cup of milk,

two cups of flour, two

Mocha Icing And Filling
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1/2 cup strong coffee
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's B

Spice Cakes
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup granulated sugar
2/3 cup water
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 cups flour
1/

Palace Pudding



MRS. SMYTHE.



Two eggs, one cup of flour, one half cup sugar, one quarter cup but

Rice Kugel
Boil one cup of rice in water until done, then let it cool. In the
meanwhile rub one-fourth cup of chicken-fat to a cream,

Soft Shell Crabs
From MISS JENNIE TORREYSON, of Nevada, Alternate Lady Manager.
Have one large crab picked from the shell, and shred fine,

Orange Puffs



Pare off the yellow peel of a large Seville orange, but be careful not

to touch the white; boi

Strawberries To Preserve For Eating With Cream



Take the largest scarlet strawberries you can get, full red, but not too

ripe, and their weigh

Aunt Sarah's Bread Pudding
Pour 1 quart of boiling milk over 1-1/2 pints of soft bread crumbs.
Put the mixture into a buttered pudding dish with 1 te

Black Bean Soup
Soak over night one quart of black turtle beans in water to cover
them. In the morning strain and boil them in four quarts

Chocolate Layer Cake
Stir one scant half cup of butter to a cream with one cup of sugar. Add
alternately one-half cup of sweet milk, yolks of t

Brewis
From MRS. ROSINE RYAN, of. Texas, Lady Manager-at-Large.
_Your enterprise commends itself to every woman who has the best<

Spanish Cake
1/4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract or other flavoring
2 cups flour
3

Sponge Cake No 2



Four cups of flour, three cups of sugar, one cup of cold water, eight

eggs, two even tablespoo

Yellow Sauce



(Salsa gialla)



This sauce is especially good for boiled fish, and the quantities

Coffee



People have different ways of making coffee, but a very easy one is to

measure out a tablespoo

A Very Rich Cake



Two pounds and a half of fresh butter, twenty-four eggs, three-pounds of

flour, one pound and

Alexandre Pudding
From MRS. WM. P. LYNDE, of Wisconsin, Lady Manager.
Three-quarters pound grated bread; one-half pound best figs, minced
Tapioca Custard



Probably the most common way, though, of making tapioca pudding is by

taking half the recipe g

Brazil Rissoles



3 ounces Brazil nuts without shells.

3 1/2 tablespoons cream.

1 whole egg.<

Eggs Stuffed With Mushrooms



Boil half a dozen eggs hard; when done pour cold water over them, shell

and cut in half length

Doughnuts



One coffee-cup granulated sugar, one-fourth coffee-cup butter, one

coffee-cup milk, four eggs,

Cocoanut Cookies



1 cup butter

4 eggs

1 lemon--juice and rind
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Russian Tea Cakes
Mix one cup of sugar, one cup of eggs (about five), and one cup of sour
cream with enough flour to roll. Toss on board, ro

White Soup No 1



Take two chickens; skin them; take out the lungs and wash them

thoroughly; put them in a stewp

Chocolate Layer Cake
1/3 cup shortening
1 cup light brown sugar
2 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1-1/2 cups flour
1/4 teaspoon salt<

Marble Cake Ii
3 tablespoons shortening
1/2 cup sugar
Yolk of one egg
1/2 cup milk
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Pr

Pound Cake



One pound fresh butter, one pound Vienna flour, six eggs (or seven, if

small), one pound casto

Sunshine Cake
Beat yolks of five eggs lightly, add one teaspoon of vanilla, or grated
rind of one lemon. In another bowl beat seven whit

Huckleberry Cake
Stir to a cream one cup of butter and two cups of powdered sugar and add
gradually the yolks of four eggs. Sift into this

Egg Border With Rice And Curry Sauce



Stir four eggs together, add three-quarters of a cup of rich milk, a few

drops of onion juice,

Floating Island
4 tablespoons cornstarch
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 quart milk
3 ounces unsweetened chocolate or

Devil's Food Cake
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup cold water
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking

Scalloped Rhubarb



A dozen large stalks of young rhubarb, washed and scraped and cut in

thin slices, half a loaf

Peanut Soup



Peanut soup for supper on a cold night serves the double duty of

stimulating the gastric juice

A Good And Cheap "white Cake"
2 cups sugar.
1/2 cup butter and lard, mixed.
1 cup milk.
Add a few drops of almond flavoring.
3 cups fl

28 Turkey And Sausage Scallop



Butter a pudding dish and fill with alternate layers of cold minced

turkey and cooked minced a

A Norwegian Fish Dish



Take a fresh codfish weighing about 4 pounds; do not wash it, but wipe

with a soft cloth wrung

Apple Cake
1/2 cup pearl tapioca or 3 tablespoons minute tapioca
1 quart milk
1 teaspoon melted butter
6 tablespoons suga

Cocoa Cookies
3/4 cup shortening
2 cups sugar
2 eggs
1/4 teaspoon grated nutmeg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract or grated r

Orange Meringue (a Pie)
Into a bowl grate the yellow outside rind of a large, juicy orange;
add the juice and pulp, but not any of the tough part

Beef Gravy To Keep For Use



Cover a piece of six or eight pounds with water; boil it for twenty

minutes or half an hour: t

Apple Sauce Cake
1/4 cup butter (generous measure).
1 cup light brown sugar.
1 cup apple sauce (not sweetened).
1 level teaspoo

Marble Cake
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 cup shortening
1-1/4 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk

White Mountain Cake



Two cups pulverized sugar, one-half cup butter beaten to a cream; add

one-half cup sweet milk,

Cabinet Pudding



Butter a melon mold, decorated with seeded raisins; one layer

lady-fingers or stale sponge cak

Creamed Toast
Partly fill a large tureen with slices of crisply-browned and buttered
toast. (Slices of bread which have become dry and h

Savoury Fritters



A Breakfast Dish.



3 ounces mashed potato.

2 ounces bread crumbs

Bearnaise Sauce
There are several ways of making Bearnaise sauce. This is one very
simple rule: Bring to the boil two tablespoons each of

Stuffed Tomatoes



Cut off a transverse slice from the stem end of the tomato; scrape out

the inside pulp and stu

Chicken Soup

Take three young male chickens; cut them up; put them in

a saucepan with three quarts of veal stock. (A slic

Cocoanut Cookies
1/2 cup shortening
1-1/2 cups sugar
2 eggs
4 tablespoons milk
4 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's

Apple Dumplings
1-1/2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons shortening
1/2 cu

White Sauce For Boiled Fowls



Have ready a sauce, made of one pint of veal jelly, half a quarter of a

pound of butter, two s

Celeriac Soup



Wash, peel and slice three celery roots, put them in a saucepan, cover

with boiling water, coo

Tourte A La CrÊme.
This is a fashionable and delicate description of tart. A couple of
round cutters about the size of a pie plate are requir

Chicken With Currie
From MRS. COL. JAMES A. MULLIGAN, of Chicago, Lady Manager.
Take one pound of American cheese, cut up in small pieces, pla

Plain Cake
4 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt

A Mould Of Fresh Fruit



Take enough fresh, ripe currants and raspberries to make half a cupful

of juice of each, and p

Meringues
4 medium sized apples
1-1/2 cups sugar
2 cups water
Peel, core and chop apples fine. Cook sugar and water in b

Toast





Toast

is very palatable and digestible when properly prepared. Many seem
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Cheese Cake Or Pie
Take one and one-half cups of cheese, rub smooth with a silver or wooden
spoon through a colander or sieve, then rub a pie

Carrots A La Creme







Take a large bunch of very small new carrots, scrape them, tie them


Stewed Beef
Take a whole fillet of beef, trim it neatly and set it in a braising pan
to cook very slowly in some good brown sauce to w

Plum Cake No 1



Take eight pounds and three quarters of fine flour well dried and

sifted, one ounce of beaten

Cheese Mixture



4 ounces grated cheddar.

3 ounces mashed potato.

2 eggs.

1/2

Veal Pie



Crust for veal or chicken pie, two teacups flour, two teaspoonfuls

baking powder, one teaspoon

Roast Of Hare



(Arrosto di lepre)



The part of the hare fitted for roast is the hind quarters, b

Tansy Pudding



Beat sixteen eggs very well in a wooden bowl, leaving out six whites,

with a little orange-flo

Sandwiches



Another delightful way of using sardines is as a sandwich. Beat two

ounces of butter until it

Chocolate Custard



Put a pint and a half of rich milk into a double boiler over the fire

with the third of a vani

Seed Cake
1 lb. Flour--2d.

6 oz. Dripping

6 oz. Sugar--1 1/2d.

1 1/2 teaspoonsful Caraway Seeds

An Inexpensive "white Fruit Cake"
3 cups sugar.
3 eggs.
1 lb. seeded raisins.
1 cup milk.
1 cup butter.
1 lb. currants.
1 lb.

Baked Apple Pudding
A pint of stewed gooseberries, with all their juice.
A quarter of a pound of powdered sugar.
Two ounces of fre

Salads
The simple method of making a pudding sauce is to add to a half cup of
sugar, a tablespoonful of flour; mix thoroughly, an

Frogs A La Poulette
Joint the hind legs and backs of twelve frogs; put in a closely
covered saucepan with some truffles, a small can of mushro

Bisque Of Prawns Or Shrimps
Boil three dozen prawns twenty minutes in salted water to cover them.
Meanwhile in two small tablespoonfuls of butter, fry

Float. Florence Turney.
Put two quarts of milk into a tin bucket, and place in a kettle of
boiling water. While waiting for milk to boil, take th

Gnocchi A La Romaine



Put two ounces of butter in a saucepan over the fire with two

tablespoonfuls of milk. When thi

Tomata Ketchup
Take five table-spoonfuls of ground rice and boil it in a quart of
new milk, with a grated nutmeg or a tea-spoonful of pow

Cheese Cakes



Put a pint of milk on to boil, beat four eggs light and stir into the

milk; when it is a thick

Chocolate Cake No 2



1-1/2 cups sugar, 1/2 of butter, 1/2 of milk, 1-3/4 of flour, 1/4 pound

of Baker's chocolate,

Sauce A-la-remoulade No 3for Cold Chicken Or Lobster Salad



Two yolks of eggs boiled hard must be bruised very fine, with a

tea-spoonful of cold water; ad

Fruit Cake



One pound of flour, one of sugar, three-quarters of a pound of butter,

two pounds of seeded ra

Celery Soup



The ingredients are two heads of celery, one quart of water, one quart

of milk, two tablespoon

Cornstarch Pudding



Cornstarch pudding is an old favorite, too, either hot or cold. First

mix four level tablespoo

Workman's Cheese Sandwiches



Cut slices of brown bread about a half inch thick. Do not remove the

crusts. Take a half pint

Chicken And Lettuce à La Kendall



Put sufficient cold boiled chicken through the meat chopper to make a

half pint, pound it in a

Richmond Maids Of Honor



Half a pound of dry curd, commonly called cottage or pot cheese, six

ounces of butter, four eg

Serniky A Russian Recipe



Put one ball of pot cheese, such as is sold at a creamery for five

cents, in a mixing bowl, br

Spinach With Sauce



One-half peck spinach, one teaspoonful salt, two tablespoonfuls flour or

cornstarch, one pint

Sponge Cake



MRS. FARQUHARSON SMITH.



Ten eggs; very fresh, one pound fine sugar, the weight o

Spice Cake



For an inexpensive spice cake, take one-half cup of butter, one cup of

sugar, one egg, (white

Fruit Roll



One pint flour, one tablespoonful sugar, one teaspoonful baking powder,

pinch of salt, roundin

Silver Cake



Whites of four eggs, three-fourths cup sugar, one-half cup butter, one

and one-half cup flour,

Steamed Brown Bread
Place in a bowl 3/4 cup graham flour and 1/2 cup of yellow, granulated
cornmeal. Sift into this 3/4 cup of white flour, 1

Half-pay Pudding



Carefully wash and dry a quarter of a quarter of a

pound of Zante currants, (cost three cents,

Apple And Honey Pudding
Take four cups of raw apples cut in small pieces, two cups of bread
crumbs, one-half cup of hot water, two teaspoons of bu

Rice Flour Pudding



Take a quart of milk, leaving out enough to mix with three ounces of

rice flour, put the rest

Chicken Mould (served Cold)



MADAME J. T.



Put over one large chicken in a pint and a half of cold water, with

Apple Fladen (hungarian)
Rub together on a pastry-board one-half pound of sweet butter with one
pound (four cups sifted) of flour, add four tablesp

Scones For Twenty-five Persons
At suppers where the yolks of eggs are used for mayonnaise or cooked
dressing, the whites accumulate and are lost if not u

Sauces



=Asparagus Sauce.=--Use the tender part of the stalks for the main dish,

boil the tougher part

Raisin Drop Cakes
4 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1-3/4 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's B

Perfection Waffles
Sift together 4 cups of flour, 2 teaspoonfuls of baking soda and 1
teaspoonful of salt, four times.
Separate 3 fresh

Cocoanut Pudding



Whatever was the _best pie_ going,

In _that_ Ned--trust him--had his finger.

Chicken Salad
From MRS. CHARLES J. MCCLUNG, of Tennessee, Alternate Lady Manager.
Cut one chicken into small pieces (not too small); boi

Baked Black Bass
After having carefully cleaned, salt well and lay it in the baking-pan
with a small cup of water, and strew flakes of butt

Boudin Blanc



Cook a dozen small onions, sliced, in a saucepan with one cup of sweet

leaf-lard. While cookin

Corn Fritters
Grate two cups of corn from the cob. Ears that are too old for eating in
the ordinary method will serve very well for this

Eggs A L'aurore
Hard-boil six eggs, cut them into halves lengthwise, take out the
yolks, keeping them whole. Cut the whites into fine stri

Crisco.
STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE (BISCUIT DOUGH)
Mix two cups of flour, four teaspoons of baking-powder, one-half
teaspoon of sa

No. 105. Testa Di Vitello Alla Sorrentina (calf's Head)
Ingredients: Calf's head, veal, sweetbread, truffles, mushrooms,
pistacchio nuts, eggs, herbs, spice, stock, bacon, ham.<

Testa Di Vitello Alla Sorrentina Calf's Head



Ingredients: Calf's head, veal, sweetbread, truffles, mushrooms,

pistacchio nuts, eggs, herbs,

Lyster Flour And Bran Muffins



1 ounce (30 grams) Lyster flour

1 level tablespoon (15 grams) butter

1 ounc

Nut And Potato Croquettes
1 cup boned salmon
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon flour
1/2 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teasp

Stewed Oysters



By nerves about our palate placed,

She likewise judges of the taste.



4 Coffee Fritters



Cut stale bread into finger-shaped pieces, mix 3/4 of a cup of coffee

infusion, 2 tablespoonfu

Boiled Okra
Wash and cut off the ends of young pods, cover with boiling salted water
and cook about twenty minutes, until tender. Drai

Fish Salad.
Cut in small pieces any cold dressed fish, turbot or salmon are the
best suited; mix it with half a pint of small salad, a

Brides Cake. Mrs. J. J. Sloan.
Two cups of butter, four cups of pulverized sugar, two cups of sweet
milk, two scant cups of corn starch, four heaping cup

Connecticut Election Cake
From MRS. HELEN C. BRAYTON, of South Carolina, Vice-President State
Board and Lady Manager.
Four pounds flour; two p

Spanish Onions Stuffed



6 large Spanish onions.

1 ounce cooked vermicelli.

1/2 ounce bread crumbs.<

Eggs A La Tripe
Hard-boil eight eggs. Remove the shells, cut eggs crosswise in rather
thick slices. Cut three small onions into very thin

Citron Pudding



Cream together half a cup of butter and one cup of sugar; add the well

beaten yolks of five eg

Fish A La Creme



3 pounds of sturgeon or any solid white fish boiled until tender. Remove

bone, mince fine, and

White Soup No 2



Have good stock made of veal and beef; then take about a pound of veal,

and the like quantity

Norwegian Prune Pudding



1/2 lb. prunes

2 cups cold water

1 cup sugar


Sauce For Turkey Or Chicken



Boil a spoonful of the best mace very tender, and also the liver of the

turkey, but not too mu

Raisin Or "rosina" Pie
"Rosina" pie, as Aunt Sarah called it, was composed of 1 lemon, 1 egg,
1 cup sugar, 1 tablespoonful flour, 1 cup large, bl

Cake Made With Cream
From MRS. RUSSELL. B. HARRISON, of Montana, Vice-President-at-Large.
One cup of butter; two and a half cups of flour; two

Stewed Prunes
Cleanse thoroughly, soak in water ten or twelve hours, adding a little
granulated sugar when putting to soak, for although

Tomato Soup



1 large can tomatoes or equivalent of fresh tomatoes.

1 small onion


Pineapple Meringue



Half a large or one small pineapple grated, two ounces of butter, three

of granulated sugar, a

Baked Apple Dumplings



Sift a pint of flour with a teaspoonful of baking powder and half a

teaspoonful of salt. Put a

Quick Caramel Parfait
Make an Angel Food or a Sunshine Cake and bake it in a square mold. Make
a plain frozen custard, and flavor it with vanill

Fruit Soufflé
Small quantities of fruit that are not sufficiently sightly to put again
on the table may be put aside and made into fruit

Stuffed Onions



Boil onions one hour in slightly salted water, and remove the centers.

Make a stuffing of minc

No. 21. Soup Alla Lombarda
Ingredients: Clear soup, fowl forcemeat, Bechamel (No. 3), peas,
lobster butter, eggs, asparagus.
Make a firm force

Soup Alla Lombarda



Ingredients: Clear soup, fowl forcemeat, Bechamel (No. 3), peas, lobster

butter, eggs, asparag

17.
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup granulated or powdered sugar
yolks of 3 eggs
1/2 cup milk
2 cups flour
2

Sunshine Cake
3 squares grated unsweetened chocolate
2 tablespoons sugar
1-1/2 tablespoons milk
4 tablespoons shortening

Sand Tarts



One pound of granulated sugar, three-quarters of a pound of butter, one

pound of flour, one po

Ginger-pop



Put a very clean pot containing a gallon of water to boil on the fire,

and as soon as it begin

Apple Charlotte



One cup apple sauce, one cup sugar, one-third package gelatin, three

cups cold water, three cu

Boiled Rice



Rice is one of our most nutritious foods, and it can be served in such a

variety of ways it is

Economy Cake
1 egg.
1 cup sweet milk.
1 cup granulated sugar.
2 cups flour.
1/4 cup butter.
2 teaspoonfuls baki

Boiled Chicken
From MISS WILHELMINE REITZ, of Indiana, Lady Manager.
Wash one pair of sweetbreads; throw them into boiling water and simm

Chicken Croquette



One-half pound chicken or veal, chopped very fine; season with one-half

teaspoonful salt, one-

Queen Of Trifles
Make a rich custard of four eggs, one cup of granulated sugar and one
quart of milk to which has been added one teaspoon o

Dutch Sauce For Fish
Take a piece of veal suitable for roasting, and put it in vinegar for
twenty-four hours.
Roast it with butter, peppe

Nut Scrapple



On a crisp winter morning a dish of nut scrapple is very appetizing and

just as nutritious as

"paprikash"
Two pounds of veal, from leg, cut into small pieces for stewing; 4
good-sized onions, cut rather fine; measure about 1/2 c

Grape Sherbet
Grape sherbet was made in this manner: The grapes were washed, picked
from the stems and placed in a stew-pan over the fir

Seed Cake No 1



Heat a wooden bowl, and work in three pounds of butter with your hands,

till it is as thin as

Corn Bread
From MRS. MARY B. P. BLACK, of West Virginia, Alternate Lady Manager.
One pint sifted corn meal; one pint buttermilk (or o

Galantine Of Chicken
1/2 box of gelatin
1 pint of chicken stock
1 bay leaf
1 onion
The white meat of

Almond Soup



Take lean beef or veal, about eight or nine pounds, and a scrag of

mutton; boil them gently in

Creole Tomatoes
Take one small onion and half a green pepper, chop them fine and cook
until tender in a tablespoon of butter. Cut six toma

Bird's Nest Or Transparent Pudding



Pare and halve tart mellow apples, scoop out the cores. Put a little

flour and water in the ho

Stuffed Cabbage



Use a savoy cabbage, open up the leaves and wash thoroughly in cold

water, put in salted boili

Eggs A La Maitre D'hotel



One-quarter of a pound of fresh butter, half a pint of milk, one

tablespoonful of flour, one t

Chicken Salad For Two Hundred. Mrs. W. H. Eckhart.
Thirty chickens, cooked and cut medium fine, fifty heads of celery,
two gallons of good strong vinegar, three pounds of li

Swiss Sandwiches



Put half a pound of ordinary schmierkase into a bowl, rub it perfectly

smooth; add, a teaspoon

Cocoa Cake



MISS MAUD THOMSON.



Rub one half cup butter to a cream, with one cup of sugar, ad

Steamed Mushrooms.
One-half pound or about twenty-four small mushrooms were peeled,
washed carefully in cold water, placed in a small stew-pa

Pound Cake



1 lb. flour

1 lb. pulverized sugar

flavoring


Chicken And Ham Ragout Of



Clear a chicken which has been dressed of all the sauce that may be

about it. If it has been r

Snowballs (hesterliste)
Mix one teaspoon of butter, one-fourth teaspoon of salt, one tablespoon
of sugar with one egg. Add one tablespoon of cream

Lobster Newburg
1 pint of lobster meat
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
4 level tablespoonfuls of flour
1/2

Lady Baltimore Cake
Cream one pound of sugar and half a pound of butter. Beat the yolks
and whites of eight eggs separately, and add the beate

Chicken Cutlets
This may be made from either chicken or turkey cut into dice; add an equal
quantity of canned mushrooms; for instance, to

Stuffed Potatoes



8 good-sized potatoes.

20 button mushrooms.

2 hard-boiled eggs.


Simple Fruit Cake



Three-quarters of a pound of butter, three-quarters of a pound of sugar,

one pound of sifted f

"lebkuchen" (as The Professor's Wife Made Them)
Two pounds of sugar, 8 large eggs, 3/4 pound of almonds (shelled), 1/4
pound of citron, 1/4 of a pound each of candied ora

"kasha Kuchen" Or Cherry Cake
Aunt Sarah sometimes filled the bottom crusts of two small pies
(either cheese pie or plain custard) with a layer of fresh

Cream Salad Dressing



One-quarter of a cup of strong cider vinegar, one cup and a quarter of

water, one-half cup of

Fire Apples



Select bright red apples, cut off the tops and with a knife remove the

meat, leaving only suff

Lemon Pie



MRS. STRANG.



Take two lemons, three eggs, two tablespoonfuls melted butter, eigh

Curried Oyster Sandwiches



Butter a slice of bread before you take it off the loaf; cut it about a

half inch thick and re

Artichoke Soup



3 pounds Jerusalem artichokes after peeling.

2 pints water.

1 pint milk.
Scalloped Salsify
Boil and slice the salsify as in preceding recipe. Butter a baking dish;
fill it by adding alternate layers of salsify and

Pheasant With White Sauce



Truss the bird with the legs inward, (like a fowl for boiling); singe it

well; take a little b

Witch Cake



Cream one half cupful of butter with one and one half cupfuls of sugar;

add three eggs and bea

Ratan Kuchen



1/2 lb. butter

1 pint milk

4 eggs



A Dinner For Fourteen Or Sixteen Persons



N.B. It is the fashion to lay two table-cloths, and never to leave the

table uncovered. Of cou

Macaroni Souffle



Melt three tablespoonfuls butter, add four tablespoonfuls flour, and

gradually one cup scalded

Oyster Omelet



Make a plain omelet, beat six eggs until light, separately; add two

tablespoonfuls milk, one o

Veal Fritters
Boil the tongue in salted water till the outer skin will peel off. Take
this off, then put the tongue back in the liquor t

Brown Betty
Pare, quarter, core and slice four medium-sized apples. Melt one-quarter
cup of butter and pour it with the juice of half

Wiener Kipfel
Dissolve one ounce of yeast in one-half cup of lukewarm milk, a pinch of
salt and one tablespoon of sugar, set away in a w

Scotch Collops



Take a piece of the fillet of veal, as much as will cut into fifteen

pieces, of the size and t

Oyster-and-onion Puree



Steam one pound of white onions, and when tender sift through a

colander. Cook one quart of oy

Fruit Cake (wedding Cake)
Take one pound of butter and one pound of sugar rubbed to a cream, yolks
of twelve eggs, one tablespoon of cinnamon, one t

A Delicious "chocolate Cream" Candy
Place in an agate stew-pan 2 cups of granulated sugar, 1 cup of sweet
milk, butter size of an egg. Cook all together until

French Loaf Cake
From MISS FRANCES S. IVES, of Connecticut, Lady Manager.
One pound of sugar, two pounds of flour, three eggs, one-fourth p

White Fondant
Used as a foundation for all cream candies.
Put two and one-half cups of granulated sugar in a saucepan, add
three-f

Snowballs



Three eggs, one scant cup flour, one cup sugar, one and one-half

teaspoonful baking powder, th

Fillet Of Veal To Boil



Cut out the bone of a fillet of veal; put it into good milk and water

for a little while: make

Angel Food
Sift one cup of pastry flour once, then measure and sift three times.
Add a pinch of salt to the whites of eight or nine e

Plum Cake No 2



One pound of fine flour well dried and sifted, three quarters of a pound

of fine sugar, also w

Soft-boiled Custard



Put a quart of rich milk in a double boiler over the fire with a third

of a vanilla bean, spli

Another Way



Cut the lean part of a leg of veal into thin collops; beat them with the

back of a knife; seas

Plum Pudding



2 lbs. suet

1 lb. sugar

1/2 lb. flour



Lafayette Gingerbread



Must see Rheims, much famed, 'tis said,

For making kings and _gingerbread_.


Wafer Biscuits



(Cialdoni)



Put in a kettle:



Flour, three ounces.
Caper Sauce



(Salsa con capperi)



This sauce is especially adapted for boiled fish and the qua

Eggs A La Polonaise
6 eggs
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
1 tablespoonful of chopped parsley
1 teaspoonful of sa

Puree Of Clams

Chop twenty-five large hard-shell clams, very fine, and

put them aside; fry half a chopped red onion in an o

Cream Of Rice



Wash and well clean some very good rice; put it into a stewpan, with

water, and boil it gently

Grandmother's Fruit Cake (baked For Mary's Wedding)
1 pound butter.
1 pound sugar.
1 pound flour.
2 pounds raisins.
2 pounds currants.
Spices of all k

Asparagus



With the coming of the spring vegetables will be opened a new field for

the child to explore.

Dried Beef



Dried beef dressed in cream is always an appetizing dish and very

quickly made ready. The chil

Mashed Potatoes



For mashed potatoes the mother should tell the child to pick out the

imperfect ones, or those

Peach Pudding
In a large mixing bowl whip to a cream two eggs, three tablespoons of
sugar, and two tablespoons of butter. To this, after

Oyster Pates No 1



Stew the oysters in their own liquor, but do not let them be too much

done; beard them; take a

Cherry Pudding
From MRS. ALICE J. WHALEN, of Utah, Lady Manager.
One pint and a half of grated bread crumbs (soft, not dried), one pint
Chicken Cooked
Chop fine the dark meat left over from timbales, add a half can of finely
chopped mushrooms, a teaspoonful of salt, a half

Boston Pudding
A quarter of a pound of rice.
A quarter of a pound of butter.
A quarter of a pound of sugar.
A pint an

Calf's Head Roasted



Good L--d! to see the various ways

Of dressing a calf's head.



Bread Pudding
Soak one and one-half cups of bread crumbs in a pint of sweet milk for
half an hour; separate the whites and yolks of two

A Soufle.
Take half a pint of cream and the same quantity of new milk, and warm
them together in a clean saucepan, meanwhile make a

Sandwiches



Philadelphia cream cheese, chives. Cut chives into small pieces with

scissors. Mix into the ch

Devil's Food Cake



A delicious chocolate cake, sometimes called Devil's Food, is made as

follows: cream three-qua

Potato Puree
From MRS. BELLE H. PERKINS, of Louisiana, President of State Board,
Lady Manager.
Boil one dozen crabs; pick them in

Macrotes
Blend one pound of good light dough with two eggs, six ounces of butter,
and add as much flour as may be needed to make th

Spaghetti



1/2 box Spaghetti

1 can tomatoes

1/2 large onion
Almond Shortbread



MRS. W. COOK.



One pound ground sweet almonds, eight ounces sugar, eight ounces s

Coffee Cake (kuchen) Dough
Soak one-half ounce of yeast in one-half cup of lukewarm milk; when
dissolved put in a bowl, or round agate pan, and stir

Stuffed Tomatoes
Select round, very firm and even sized tomatoes, cut off the top
(reserve to use as a cover), scrape out the inside, being

Eggs Buckingham
Allow one egg to each person that is to be served. Cut either a dry or
a Virginia ham into very thin slices; allow one thi

Fig Cake



Half a cup of butter, one cup of granulated sugar, half a cup of milk,

two cups of flour, two

Salmon Salad
Either cold boiled salmon or the canned variety may be used. In the
latter event wash the fish, in cold water, drain and e

Baked Tomatoes



8 large smooth tomatoes

2 green peppers

1 tsp. salt

French Potato Salad
Fancy potato salad may be served for an evening affair with an
accompaniment of cold tongue, or it may be garnished with h

Left-over Cereals
Oatmeal, hominy, cracked wheat, and other cereals which are left over
can be added next day to the fresh stock, for they a

Bisque Of Lobster

Procure two large live lobsters; chop them up while

raw, shells and all; put them into a mortar with three-f

Potatoes



Potatoes

Take a sound-looking potato of any variety; pay but little

attention to

Kisses
Three eggs.
Half a pound of flour, sifted.
Half a pound of butter.
Half a pound of powdered loaf-sugar

Butter



Vessels large

And broad, by the sweet hand of neatness c

Veal Cutlets In White Sauce



Cut six or seven cutlets, about half-an-inch thick, from a neck of veal,

braise them in half-a

Plain Bunt Or Napf Kuchen
Take one cake compressed yeast, add a pinch of salt, one tablespoon of
sugar, and about two tablespoons of lukewarm water.

Baking-powder Cinnamon Cake
Cream three-fourths cup of sugar with a piece of butter the size of an
egg, beat together; then add two eggs, one-half cup

Chicken Soup With Egg Custard



Serve Chicken Soup with Egg Custard.



Egg Custard.--Beat yolk of one egg slightly

Crullers
Half a pint of milk.
A half tea-spoonful of pearl-ash, dissolved in a little vinegar.
One pound of sifted flou

Aunt Sarah's Walnut Gingerbread
1/2 cup of New Orleans molasses.
1 cup of light brown sugar.
1/2 cup of shortening (composed of butter, lard and swe

Pumpkin Pudding
A quarter of a pound of boiled sweet potato.
Three eggs.
A quarter of a pound of powdered white sugar.


To Destroy Cockroaches Ants And Other Household Vermin



Hellebore, rubbed over with molasses, and put round the places that

cockroaches frequent, is a

Abgeruehrter Kugelhopf
Soak one-half ounce of yeast or one cake compressed yeast in a very
little lukewarm milk; add a pinch of salt and one tabl

Sweetbreads And Oysters
From MRS. SCHUYLER COLFAX, of Indiana, Alternate Lady Manager-at-
Large.
_It gives me great pleasure to send you the

Cheese Soufflé
The shells of Edam, or pine-apple cheese, after all the available cheese
has been scooped out, will be used as a baking di

Caramel Custard Baked



A pint and a half of rich milk, a cup and a half of granulated sugar,

the fourth of a vanilla

Tea Biscuit Sandwiches



Put one quart of flour into a bowl; add four level teaspoonfuls of

baking powder, a teaspoonfu

"schwarz" Cake
This delicious black chocolate or "Schwarz" cake, as Aunt Sarah called
it, was made from the following recipe:
1-1/2

Potato Flour Sponge Cake
Separate the whites and yolks of nine eggs. Beat the whites of seven
eggs very stiff. To the well-beaten yolks of nine egg

Roast Turkey. Mrs. J. F. Mc Neal.
Prepare the dressing as follows: Three coffeecups of bread crumbs,
made very fine; one teaspoonful salt, half teaspoonful

Mock Meat



Put three-quarters of a cup of milk and three ounces of butter in a

saucepan on the fire. When

Jerusalem Artichoke
This vegetable is in season in the fall and spring, and may be cooked
like kohl-rabi and served in a white cream or sauce.

Cucumber Jelly



Half a box of gelatine soaked for an hour in half a cup of cold water.

Remove the seeds from a

Macaroni A La Rossini
Cook a pint or less of macaroni in well salted water; drain and put
into a stew pan, with a little good gravy. Simmer very

Herb Omelet
Take six eggs and beat well in a bowl. Add two tablespoons of cold water
and a quarter of a teaspoon of salt, a pinch of p

German Raisin Cake (raised With Yeast)
Place in a bowl 1 cup of milk, scalded and cooled until lukewarm; add
1 tablespoonful of sugar and dissolve one cake of ye

Cocoa-nut Pudding
One large orange, of a deep colour, and smooth thin rind.
One lime.
A quarter of a pound of powdered white sug

Asparagus Soup



Put five or six pounds of lean beef, cut in pieces and rolled in flour,

into your stewpan, wit

Salmon Croquettes



Fresh salmon or 1 can of salmon

2 eggs

1/2 cup butt

Mary's Lemon Meringue (made With Milk)
Line two large pie-tins with pie crust, prick with a fork before
placing crusts in oven to bake. When baked stand aside to

Stew.
5 pounds of a cheap cut of beef.
4 cups of potatoes cut into small pieces.
2/3 cup each of turnips and carrots cut i

Vegetable Salad
From MRS. MARGARET M. RATCLIFFE, of Arkansas, Alternate Lady Manager.
As the Irishman would say, turkey makes the best chi

Cinnamon Cake



1 cake compressed Yeast

1/4 lb. Butter

1 tablespoon

Sour Spatzen
Brown three tablespoons of flour with one tablespoon of sweet drippings,
add a small onion finely chopped, then cover the

Nut Bread
Sandwiches may be made from thin white bread, or whole wheat bread, or
Boston brown bread, or nut bread. A nut loaf is eas

Savory Beef Roll
Three and one-half pounds raw beef, or a mixture of beef and veal may
be used, run through a food chopper. A cheap cut of

Cream Of Celery Soup



MRS. ERNEST F. WURTELE.



One quart chicken or veal broth; one quart milk; one hal

"farmers' Pound Cake" (as Aunt Sarah Called This)
Place in a bowl 2 cups of light, well-raised bread sponge (when all
flour necessary had been added and loaves were shaped

Dinner For Eight Persons



FIRST COURSE.



Dressed Pates of Veal<

"grandmother's" Doughnuts
Cream together 1 cup sugar and 2 teaspoonfuls butter, 1/2 a grated
nutmeg, and a pinch of salt. Add 2 eggs, beaten without

Dinner For Six Persons



FIRST COURSE.



Asparagus Soup,



Puritan Cabbage



Take half of a small very solid head of white cabbage, cut into eighths,

from top to stem, wit

Barley Soup.
Put in a stew-pan, a knuckle of mutton, or four pounds of the neck,
with three quarts of water, boil it gently and keep it

Almond Pudding
A quarter of a pound of cocoa-nut, grated.
A quarter of a pound of powdered white sugar.
Three ounces and a ha

Pineapple SoufflÉ
From MRS. M. D. OWINGS, of Washington, Lady Manager.
Mix into a half pound of confectioner's sugar the yolks of six eggs.<

Bride Cake



The bridal came; great the feast,

And good the _bride cake_ and the priest.


Rosettes, Wafers And Rosenkuchen (as Made By Frau Schmidt)
Prepare a batter from the following:
1 cup of sweet milk.
2 eggs.
Pinch of salt.
1 cup of flour, good me

Aunt Sarah's Cheese Cake
Prepare the following for one cheese cake, to be baked in a pie-tin
lined with pastry crust:
One heaping cup of rich

Vanilla Cookies
Rub one cup of butter and one cup of sugar to a cream; add two eggs and
two level teaspoons of baking-powder, flour enough

Omelet--plain
From MRS. NAOMI T. COMPTON, of New Jersey, Alternate Lady Manager.
Have a teacupful of very finely minced ham prepared for

Chicken In Aspic Jelly



Cut the white part of a cold boiled chicken, and as many similar pieces

of cold ham, into neat

Indian Pone
Beat together, in the following order, 2 eggs, 1 tablespoonful of
white sugar, 1-1/2 cups of sweet milk, 1 teaspoonful of

Ragout Of Asparagus With Mock Meat Balls



Scrape and wash a bunch of asparagus, cut in pieces about an inch long

as far as the stalks ar

Windsor Sandwiches



Chop sufficient cold boiled chicken to make a half pint, add a half

cupful of finely chopped c

Cold Custard Made With Rennet. Mrs. Ira Uhler.
Use a piece of rennet about the size of a half dollar. Take two
quarts of good sweet milk, and warm it to the heat of new

Frau Schmidt's Graham Pudding
Sift into a bowl 1/4 cup of pastry flour and 1 teaspoonful of baking
powder. Add 1 cup Graham flour, pinch of salt and 1/2

Milk



I have already said that milk is the most perfect food; we will

now see what it is made of, an

Hickory Nut Cake



Stir one cup of butter and two of granulated sugar to a cream. Beat the

whites of six eggs to

Potato Salad, No. 2
Boil one quart of small potatoes, Bermuda potatoes are best. Do not peel
them, just wash and scrub the potatoes thoroughly

Sultana Roll
1 dozen nice oranges
1 pound of sugar
1/2 cupful of water
1 teaspoonful of lemon juice


Floating Island
Beat light the yolks of three eggs with one-quarter cup of sugar. Scald
a pint of milk, beat up the whites of three eggs v

Rice Strudel
Prepare the dough same as for Apple Strudel. Leave it in a warm place
covered, until you have prepared the rice. Wash a qu

Preserved Pine-apple,
Cut slices from a fine high-coloured pumpkin, and cut the slices
into chips about the thickness of a dollar. The chips sho

"kaffee Kuchen" (coffee Cake)
2 cups milk.
1 heaped cup soft A sugar.
1/2 cup butter and lard.
1 egg.
1 Fleischman's yeast cake.


Plain Custards
A quart of milk or cream.
The yoke only, of sixteen eggs.
Six ounces of powdered white sugar.
A large

A Mould Of Spaghettina



Put three-quarters of a cup of spaghettina, broken in small pieces, into

a quart of boiling wa

Stuffed Egg Plant



Take half a large egg plant, boil gently until tender, remove from the

fire, take out the pulp

Brown Potato Chowder
Put a pint of diced, raw potatoes in a stew-pan over the fire, cover
with 1 quart of water, to which a pinch of salt has b

Butter "schimmel"
Place in a mixing bowl 2 cups of warm, mashed potatoes and add 3/4 of
a cup of shortening (a mixture of lard and butter),

Deviled Crabs
From MRS. CORA L. BARTLETT, of New Mexico, Lady Manager.
Take butter the size of an egg; melt slowly in sauce-pan; into bu

Orange Gelatin Cream
12 ripe or canned peaches
4 peach kernels
1/2 pint of water
2 half pint cans of unsweetened c

Grossmutter's Potato Cakes
1 cup hot mashed potatoes.
1-1/2 cups sugar.
1 scant cup butter and lard.
1 cup home-made yeast or 1 yeast cak

Rich Loaf Cake



Stir gradually into a pint of lukewarm milk a pound of sifted wheat

flour, add a small tea-cup

Spanish Onions Stuffed



Take two large Spanish onions, wash and skin and tie them to prevent

breaking. Put them into a

Stuffed Cucumbers



Peel two large, fine cucumbers, cut in half lengthwise, take out the

seeds. Scrape out careful

Apple "strudel"
Aunt Sarah pared and quartered six medium-sized tart apples, placed in
the bottom of an agate pudding dish, poured over th

Angel Cake--aunt Sarah's Recipe
Mary was taught by her Aunt, when preparing a dish calling for yolks
of eggs only, to place the white of eggs not used in

Plum Pudding



All you who to feasting and mirth are inclined,

Come, here is good news for to pleasur

"kaffee Krantz" (coffee Wreath)
1 cup sugar.
3/4 cup butter and lard.
4 eggs.
1 pint milk.
1 Fleischman's yeast cake.
4 cups flour

Cooked Rice
Boil 1 cup of whole, thoroughly cleansed, uncoated rice in 3 quarts of
rapidly boiling water (salted) about 25 minutes, or

Sugar Cookies
In a mixing bowl put a cup of sweet butter and two cups of granulated
sugar; beat these ingredients to a cream, then add t

Flemish Carrots
Take a small Ostend rabbit, steep it in water as usual, and boil it
gently in some white stock, with a good many peppercor

Coffee Fruit Cake
2 cups shortening
2 cups sugar
6 eggs
4 cups seeded raisins
4 cups currants
1 cup shelled almonds<

Mock Fish Soup



It is better to prepare the balls for this soup first, as follows: Put

in a saucepan a tablesp

English Plum Pudding No 1



1/2 pound of seeded raisins, same of currants, well washed and dried,

grated rind and juice of

Ragout Of Egg Plant



Boil a small egg plant until tender. Peel it thinly and set aside to get

cold. Cut in slices a

Floating Island
From MRS. GOVERNOR RICHARDS, of Montana, President State Board and
Lady Manager.
Make with boiling water one quart o

Corn Meal Mush
Place on the range a cook-pot containing 9 cups of boiling water (good
measure). Sift in slowly 2 cups of yellow granulate

PfÄrvel--fleischig
Make as much egg barley as required. Heat two tablespoons of fat, add
one-quarter cup of onions, fry until golden brown, a

Perfection Potato Cakes
1 cup of boiled mashed potatoes.
1 cup sweet milk.
1 cup water in which 1 Fleischman yeast cake was dissolved.


Apple Jelly



Take one pound of apples, peel them with a sharp knife, cut them in two,

take out the core, an

A Dover Cake
Five eggs.
Half a pound of brown sugar.
Half a pound of fresh butter.
A pint of sugar-house molasses
A Cheesecake
Half a pound of sweet almonds, which will be reduced to a quarter
of a pound, when shelled and blanched.
An

Chicken To Fricassee No 1



Empty the chicken, and singe it till the flesh gets very firm. Carve it

as neatly as possible;

Stuffed Cucumbers



Choose medium sized cucumbers, pare, cut off one or both ends, extract

the seeds, boil from th

Sand Torte
Cream one-half pound of butter with one-half pound of sugar; drop in,
one at a time, the yolks of six eggs. Add one small

Royal Baking Powder Cake



HOW TO MAKE IT



Use level measurements for all materials


Utilizing Cold Meat "left-overs"
Small pieces of cold roast beef, veal or steak may all be utilized by
being put through the food chopper. To 1 cup of fine

Rice Cakes For Breakfast
Stir together till very light, half a pound of fresh butter and
half a pound of powdered white sugar. Beat twelve eggs ver

Calf's Head To Hash No 1



Let the calf's head be washed dean, and boiled tender; then cut the meat

off one half of the h

"saffron" Raisin Bread
For this old-fashioned, "country" bread, set a sponge in the evening,
consisting of 1 cup of luke-warm water, 1 Fleischman

Cherry Sherbet
Aunt Sarah taught Mary to prepare this cheap and easily made dessert
of the various berries and fruits as they ripened. Cu

Frau Schmidt's "old Recipe For Schnitz And Knopf"
Place a cook pot on the range, containing the end piece of a small
ham; partly cover with water. This should be done about

Plum-cake



First in place,

_Plum-cake_ is seen o'er smaller pastry ware

Eggs And Omelets





To Test Eggs

Dissolve an ounce of salt in ten ounces of water; add the

Sweet Potato Pudding
Four eggs.
A gill of milk.
A quarter of a pound of butter.
A quarter of a pound of powdered sugar.

Miscellaneous Directions Respecting Meat



A leg of veal, the fillet without bone, the knuckle for steaks, and a

pie; bone of fillet and

Raised Doughnuts
From MISS LORAINE PEARCE BUCKLIN, of Rhode Island, Alternate Lady
Manager.
Three eggs, beat yolks and whites separat

Oyster Pie
Fruit pies for family use, are generally made with common paste,
allowing three quarters of a pound of butter to a pound a

Cucumbers Stuffed



Take six or eight middling-sized cucumbers, the smoothest you can

procure; pare them, cut a sm

French Cream Candy



(uncooked.)



Mix whites of two eggs and their bulk in water in a large bowl; beat

Frau Schmidt's "hutzel Brod"
1 quart dried pears.
1 pint of pear juice.
1 Fleischman's yeast cake.
1 scant cup brown sugar.
2 eggs.
Coffee



Old Java and Mocha coffee are the best kinds. Coffee should be put in an

iron pot, and dried o

Queen Cake
In making cakes it is particularly necessary that the eggs should
be well beaten. They are not sufficiently light till the

Prairie Chicken
From MRS. RUFUS S. FROST, of Massachusetts, Lady Manager.
Prepare the birds with great care; place in baking tin and put i

Stuffed Celeriac With Spanish Sauce



Put over the fire in a saucepan three-quarters of a cup of rich milk and

three ounces of butte

"mondel Krantz" Or Almond Cake (as Made By Frau Schmidt)
1 pint sweet milk.
3/4 cup sugar.
3 eggs.
1 yeast cake or 1 cup yeast.
1/3 cup butter.
2 tablespoo

Cereals--oatmeal Porridge
Oatmeal to be palatable and wholesome should be thoroughly cooked,
that is, steamed over a hot fire two hours or longer. U

Sponge Cake
One pound of flour sifted.
One pound of fresh butter.
One pound of powdered white sugar.
Twelve eggs.<

Lobster Cutlets
12 crabs, or one pint of crab flake
4 hard boiled eggs
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
2 t

Orange Pudding
One small lemon, with a smooth thin rind.
Three eggs.
A quarter of a pound of powdered white sugar.
A

Black Cake, Or Plum Cake
One pound of flour, sifted.
One pound of white sugar, powdered and sifted.
One pound of fresh butter.


Roast Beef
From MRS. GOVERNOR OGLESBY, of Illinois, Lady Manager.
Filets of beef may be supplied by the butcher already trimmed and
Homemade Bread Intro



Homemade bread is healthier, satisfies hunger better, and is cheaper

than bakers' bread. Make

To Make "sauer Kraut"
Cut heads of cabbage in half, after trimming off outside leaves. Cut
out centres or hearts, cut cabbage fine on a regular

Pound Cake
One pound of powdered white sugar.
One pound of fresh butter--washed.
Fourteen ounces of sifted flour.


Blancmange
Eight calf's feet.
Three quarts of water.
A pint of white wine.
Three lemons.
The whites of si

Kibbee
As meat is the most costly and extravagant of all articles of food, it
behooves the housewife to save all left-overs and w

Bread And Rolls
Bread, called the "Staff of Life," on account of its nutritive value,
should head the list of foods for human consumption.

Thanksgiving Menu



In the first place, talk over with her and decide about the number to be

entertained, and then

"grandmother's" Fine Raised Biscuits
1 quart scalded milk (lukewarm).
3/4 cup of butter, or a mixture of butter and lard.
1/2 cup of sugar.
1 teasp

Small Mohn Cakes
Roll coffee cake dough out quite thin, spread with melted butter (a
brush is best for this purpose). Let it rise a little

Miscellaneous Breakfast Dishes





Artichokes (French)

Trim the ends; remove the choke, and quarter each


Sea Kale





An easily grown vegetable, especially valuable when forced during the

winter mon

Beverages





Coffee

The coffee-tree is a much-branched tree of the cinchona family,




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