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Oatmeal Water No Ii 220 Calories



1/2 cup fine oatmeal

1 quart water



Use sterile

Alden Oatmeal Cookies



Cream one and one-half cup butter with two cups brown sugar, add three

well-beaten eggs, one-h

Oatmeal Water 50 Calories



1 tablespoon oatmeal

1 tablespoon cold water

Speck

Oatmeal Cookies
1 cup sugar.
1 cup butter and lard, mixed (scant measure).
1 cup chopped nut meats.
1 cup chopped raisins.

Gruel Made With Oatmeal



In the absence of groats, oatmeal furnishes the means of making

excellent gruel. Mix two table

Oatmeal Crisps
2-1/2 cups rolled oats (oatmeal).
1 tablespoonful melted butter.
3/4 cup sugar.
1 teaspoonful baking powder.
Cold Oatmeal
Oatmeal is very good cold, and in summer is better served in that way.
It can be turned into fancy molds or into small cup

Oatmeal With Cheese
Cook one cup of oatmeal overnight and just before serving add one
tablespoon of butter and one cup grated cheese. Stir unt

Oatmeal Gruel For Babies



Boil for three hours or more two tablespoonfuls of oatmeal in one quart

of water. Reduce liqui

Oatmeal Cookies



MRS. WADDLE.



One cup hot water, one cup butter and lard mixed, one cup of sugar,

20 Oatmeal Bread



Boil 2 cups of oatmeal as for porridge, add 1/2 teaspoonful salt, and

when cool, 1/2 cup molas

Oatmeal Pudding



Steep oatmeal all night in milk; in the morning pour away the milk, and

put some cream, beaten

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

Oatmeal Soup



3 carrots.

3 turnips.

3 onions.

3 tablespoons coarse oatmeal

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

Oatmeal Porridge
As oatmeal is ground in different grades of coarseness, the time for
cooking varies and it is best to follow the direction

An "oatmeal Loaf"
For a loaf of oatmeal bread, place 1 cup of crushed oats, or common
oatmeal, in a bowl, pour over 1/2 cup of hot milk. Whe

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

Oatmeal Cookies



Two cups rolled oats, two cups flour, one cup sugar, one cup raisins,

one cup lard and butter

Oatmeal Porridge For Six Persons



To five pints of skim or buttermilk, add a couple of onions chopped

fine, and set them to boil

Scotch Pottage



Place a tin saucepan on the fire with some boiling water; stir in Scotch

oatmeal till it is of

Hog's Puddings Black No 1



Steep oatmeal in pork or mutton broth, of milk; put to it two handfuls

of grated bread, a good

"stirred" Oatmeal Bread
Early in the morning 1 cup of oatmeal porridge, left over from that
which had been cooked for breakfast, was placed in a b

Oatmeal Nut Loaf



Oatmeal nut loaf can be served cold in place of meat for Sunday night

tea. Put two cups of wat

Hurry Ups (oatmeal)
Sift one cup of flour with two teaspoons of baking-powder, one teaspoon
of salt, add one cup of rolled oats, one tablespoo

Rolled Oats



None of the breakfast foods which are so much used are so wholesome as a

simple dish of rolled

Boiled Salad Dressing



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

vinegar, salt to taste. M

Fish Soup



Make this soup from any rich, glutinous fish, such as cod's

head, halibut neck, flounders, ska

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

Oatmeal And Peas



Cut quarter of a pound of fat pork or bacon, (cost

four cents,) into pieces half an inch squar

Chicken To Make White



Feed them in the coop on boiled rice; give them no water at all to

drink. Scalded oatmeal will

Drop Biscuit
Add to ingredients for baking-powder biscuit enough more milk or water
to make a thick drop batter, about two tablespoons;

Economical Pot Liquor Soup



A thrifty housewife will not require that I should tell her to save the

liquor in which the be

Mayonnaise Dressing
Beat the yolk of one egg in a cold dish with a silver or wooden fork. If
the weather is very warm, place the bowl in a lar

Foam Torte
Four egg; whites, well beaten; add one tablespoon of vinegar drop by
drop, one cup of sugar, one tablespoon of vanilla; be

Drop Dumplings For Veal Or Chicken. Mrs. R. H. Johnson.
One full pint of sifted flour, two even teaspoonfuls of yeast powder,
and a little salt. Wet this with enough milk or wat

Dumplings



One pint flour, one cup milk, one egg, a large teaspoon baking

powder, little salt. Make the b

Leek Porridge



Peel twelve leeks; boil them in water till tender; take them out and put

them into a quart of

Fruit Puffs



Make dough as for dumplings or fruit roll, only stiff enough to drop

from spoon. To one pint s

Butterflies
Break the yolk of an egg in a basin and be sure that it is very fresh;
beat it up, adding a little powdered sugar, and the

Drop Cakes



A cup of butter, a cup and a half of sugar, four eggs, a pint of flour,

a cup of currants, hal

Wheat Cereals
Wheat cereals, like oatmeal, are best cooked by following the directions
on the package. Most of them are greatly improved

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

Kisses. Florence Eckhart.
White of one egg (beaten stiff), one teaspoonful of baking powder to
the white of an egg; thicken with powdered sugar to d

Mayonnaise Dressing In Which Olive Oil Is Used
Before making this dressing for salads, Mary placed a large soup plate
or a shallow bowl in the refrigerator, also a bottl

Drop Muffins



3 eggs

1 quart of milk

1 tablespoon butter

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

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

Drop Cakes.
Mix one pound of flour with the same quantity of butter, sugar, and
currants; make these into a paste with a couple of egg

Hog's Puddings Black No 3



Steep a pint of cracked oatmeal in a quart of milk till tender; add a

pound of grated bread, p

Panada



Take oatmeal, clean picked and well beaten; steep it in water all night;

strain and boil it in

Rice



Rice is largely composed of starch, and for that reason is less

nutritious than flour, oatmeal

Drop Ginger Cakes



One quart flour, half pint milk, half pint molasses, two teaspoons

soda, two teaspoons ginger,

How To Make Caudle



Mix four ounces of prepared groats or oatmeal with half a pint of cold

ale in a basin, pour th

Drop Dumplings
Break into a cup the whites of three eggs; fill the cup with milk; put
it with a tablespoon of fresh butter and one cup of

Gruel



MRS. SMYTH.



One large cup oatmeal, cover with cold water, stir well and let stan

Onion Soup For Six Persons



Chop fine six onions, and fry them in a gallon saucepan with two ounces

of butter or dripping

Mayonnaise Ii
1 egg yolk
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/16 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 cup salad oil


Drop Dumplings



To a piece of fresh butter, of the size of an egg, take three spoonfuls

of flour, and three yo

Oatmeal Pudding



Of oats decorticated take two pounds,

And of new milk enough the same to drown;


Lemon Wafers Or Drop Cakes
2 eggs.
1/2 pound butter.
1/2 pound sugar.
1/2 pound flour.
Pinch of salt.
Flavor with lemon essen

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

Scotch Leek Soup



You make this soup to most advantage the day after a leg of mutton has

been boiled, into the l

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

Mayonnaise Dressing



One-half teaspoonful of mustard, one-half teaspoonful of sugar, one

teaspoonful of salt and a

Austrian Braised Tongue.
Chop a sheep's tongue, liver and heart and 1 pound of bacon. Add 2
large chopped onions; season with 1/4 teaspoonful of re

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

Marshmallow Salad
Cut up one-quarter pound of marshmallows into small squares, also
contents of one-half can of pineapple. Let the marshmall

Mayonnaise Dressing Without Oil



2 Tablespoons Dry Mustard

2 " " Salt

2 "

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

Rolled Oats Bread
Pour two cups of boiling water over two cups of rolled oats, cover and
let stand until lukewarm. Dissolve one cake of comp

Almond Macaroons With Figs
Beat stiff the whites of three eggs, add one-half pound of sugar, and
one-half pound of finely cut figs, one-half pound of

Chicken Salad



MISS STEVENSON.



One cold chicken, one teaspoonful white pepper, one half head ce

To Make Orange-drops



Take about a Dozen Oranges, squeeze out the Juice, boil the Rind

very tender, cut out most of

Hung Beef No 1



Take a round, ribs, rump, or sirloin; let it lie in common salt for a

month, and well cover it

Preserving Eggs



MRS. FARQUHARSON SMITH.



(Which keeps them from June to June.)



Corn Meal Muffins
1/2 cup cooked hominy, oatmeal or other cereal
1/2 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 tablespoons shortening
1 egg
1/2

Salsify Fritters



Scrape some oyster plant and drop quickly into cold water with a few

drops of vinegar to preve

Oatmeal Macaroons
3 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
2 ounces unsweetened chocolate
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Another Method For Making Economical Soup



In households where large joints of salt beef, or pork, are cooked

almost daily for the family

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

Muffins. Mrs. W. C. Butcher.
Three eggs beaten separately, one-half cup of sugar, two-thirds cup of
butter, one pint of sweet milk, two heaping teaspoo

To Make Long-biscuit



Take thirty Eggs, (the Whites of fourteen (break twenty eight of

them; beat them very well wit

Onion Soup



Chop half a quart of onions, (cost three cents,) fry them

brown, in a large saucepan, with two

To Make Orange-paste



Rasp the Oranges, and you may make the Outside for Knots; then cut

the Oranges, and pick out a

Frying



This is a very good method of cooking fish, and of warming cold

meat and vegetables. To fry we

Southern Chicken Salad Splendid--try It Once
From MRS. A. M. PALMER, of New York, Alternate Lady Manager.
Ingredients: One fowl (boiled); one cucumber; two heads lettu

Matzoth Kleis, No. 2
Take six matzoth, three eggs, two cooking-spoons of chicken fat,
parsley, onion, salt, pepper and ginger. Soak the matzoth

Scotch Haggis



MRS. ANDREW T. LOVE.



Boil a sheep's draught for three quarters of an hour in as

Soup For The Poor



Eight pails of water, two quarts of barley, four quarts of split peas,

one bushel of potatoes,

Eggs Monte Bello
6 eggs
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
2 level tablespoonfuls of flour
1/2 pint of strained tom

To Make Fruit-biscuit



Scald the Fruit, dry it well from the Water, and rub it through a

Hair Sieve; stir it in a Pan

Broth Made From Bones For Soup



Fresh bones are always to be purchased from butchers at about a farthing

per pound; they must

To Fry Hot Mush. Mrs. T. H. Linsley.
Fry slices of bacon; remove the meat; drop in the mush by spoonfuls,
and fry delicate brown.


Vegetable Fritters
Cook the vegetables thoroughly; drain them, chop fine and add to the
batter. Drop in boiling hot fat, drain and dry on pap

Farina Dumplings
Put in a double boiler one kitchen spoon of fresh butter, stir in one
cup of milk. When it begins to boil stir in enough f

Spanish Buns
One pound of the best loaf sugar, powdered and sifted.
The whites of four eggs.
Twelve drops of essence of lem

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

Stirred Bread
Frau Schmidt thought bread more easily digested and wholesome if
ingredients of a loaf be stirred together instead of knea

Spatzen
Beat one egg well, add one-half teaspoon of salt, three-fourths cup of
flour and one-third cup of water, stirring to a sti

Muffins



One cup sweet milk, two eggs well beaten, one small teaspoon salt,

two large teaspoons baking

Whole Wheat Raisin Biscuits
Same as recipe for biscuits with the addition of more milk to make
stiff batter. Drop by spoonfuls on greased pan and bake

Kisses



"I never give a _kiss_," says Prue,

"To naughty man, for I abhor it."



Hickory Nut Cakes
One cup of hickory nut meals, 1 cup of pulverized sugar, 1 egg, a
pinch of salt, 2 teaspoons of flour. Mix all ingredients

Cheap Drop Cakes



One cup molasses, one cup water, three cups flour, two eggs, one

teaspoon soda, butter size of

Birmoilis (turkish)
Take some mashed potatoes, grated cheese, well-beaten eggs; make a good
paste, take tablespoonfuls of this mixture and dro

Peppermints



3 cups sugar, 3/4 cup butter. Boil together seven or eight minutes.

Remove from the fire, and

Muffins. Mrs. T. H. Linsley.
To each cup of flour, add two teaspoons of baking powder, large pinch
of salt; moisten with sweet milk to the consistency

Sea Foam



Two cups brown sugar, one-half cup water. Boil until it forms a soft

ball; add one-half cup nu

Chocolate Cookies
Beat whites of three eggs to a snow, add three-fourths cup of powdered
sugar, one cup of ground sweet chocolate, one cup o

Doughnuts
Use fresh fruit coarsely chopped or canned whole fruits drained from
syrup. Stir into plain fritter batter, and drop by sp

"brod Knodel," Or Bread Dumplings
3 cups of stale bread (cut like dice).
3/4 cup of flour.
1/2 teaspoonful baking powder.
3/4 cup milk.
2

Huckleberry Pie
Line a pie-plate with rich pastry. Pick, clean and wash one pint of
huckleberries, drain and lay them thickly on the crust

Mutton Broth



The bone of a leg of mutton to be chopped small, and put into the

stewpan with vegetables and

Norwegian Rice.
Make a rich puff paste; roll out thin and cut into squares; then fill
with fruit jam; turn over and pinch in the edges. Dr

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

Fried Eggs
Melt in a frying-pan a piece of butter, or fat for a meat meal. When
hot, drop in the eggs, one at a time, being careful n

Egg Kisses



Whites of four eggs, one pint granulated sugar. Beat with silver spoon

for forty minutes, add

Cream Cakes



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

eggs, and flour to render

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

Almond Balls
One-eighth pound of almonds chopped fine. Yolk of one egg, well beaten.
Add almonds to egg, pinch of salt, little grated r

Beolas
Take six eggs. Beat them until very light. Add a little fine meal, just
enough to give it consistency; Drop this from the

Harlequin Cabbages
Take any cold boiled spinach--though people generally eat all that there
is--and mix it thickly with the yolk of egg and a

German Fried Potatoes
Cut up some raw potatoes quite thin, salt and pepper and drop in boiling
fat. Cover up at first to soften them. Turn frequ

16 Chicken Fritters



Season well, pieces of cold roast chicken. Make a fritter batter, stir

the pieces in. Drop by

Cocoanut Kisses
Beat the white of one egg; add one-half cup of sugar with a flavoring of
vanilla, fold in one cup of shredded cocoanut, dr

Sweet Breads.
Parboil them in salt water; remove the skin and tough parts; cut in
pieces the size of a large oyster; dip in beaten egg;

Forcemeat Balls. Mrs. Judge Bennett.
Chop cold veal fine with one-fourth as much salt pork. Season with
salt, pepper, and sweet herbs. Make into balls; fry t

Oyster Pancakes



Mix equal quantities of milk and oyster juice together. To a pint of the

liquor when mixed, pu

Rice Ruffs



To a pint of rice flour put boiling water or milk sufficient to make a

thick batter. Beat four

Ginger Cakes



To a pound of sugar put half an ounce of ginger, the rind of a lemon,

and four large spoonfuls

Kreplech Or Butterflies
Roll noodle dough into pieces two and one-half inches square. Place on
each one tablespoon of force-meat, then fold square

Another Way



Take three pounds of fine sugar, and wet it with a spoonful and a half

of gum-dragon, and put

Potatoes To Fry



After your potatoes are nicely boiled and skinned, grate them, and to

every large table-spoonf

19 Parmesan Fritters



Boil together 1/4 of a cup of water and 2 ozs. of butter, then shake in

2 ozs. of flour, stirr

Roast Of Lamb



(Arrosto d'agnello)



Take a leg of lamb and season it with salt, pepper, oil and

Julienne Soup
From MRS. BERIAH WILKINS, of District of Columbia, Fifth Vice
President, Board of Lady Managers.
This soup should be

Spinach
Spinach with large leaves is best. It is richest in mineral matter and
is less liable to conceal insects that are difficul

Scotch Broth Without Meat



Steep four ounces of pearl barley, (cost

three cents,) over night in cold water, and wash it w

Carrots
Scrape the carrots lightly; cut them into large dice or slices and drop
them into salted boiling water, allowing one teasp

Green Corn Patties. Mrs. G. H. Wright.
Take twelve ears of green corn (grated), one teaspoon of salt, and one
teaspoon of pepper; beat one egg into this, with tw

Yeast Dumplings



Ingredients, two pounds of flour, a halfpenny worth of yeast, a pinch of

salt, one pint of mil

Baked Apples



Put the apples on a baking-dish, with a sprinkle of sugar, and a drop of

cider or water, and s

Ginger Cakes. Mrs. P. G. Harvey.
One cup of brown sugar, one cup of molasses, one cup of lard, one and
a half cups of boiling water, one tablespoon of soda

Hickory Nut Macaroons. Mrs. W. C. Rapp And Mrs. Abbie A. Lucas.
One cup of nut kernels (chopped fine), one cup of light brown sugar;
rub well together one-half cup flour, one egg (beaten

Another Way



Break two eggs into half a pint of milk, and beat them up; mix with

flour, and put a little sa

Salt Mackerel In Cream



Wash the mackerel and soak over night in clear, cold water. Lay in a

baking pan, and to one ma

Einlauf (egg Drop)
Beat one egg, add one-eighth teaspoon of salt, three tablespoons of
flour and one-fourth cup of water, stir until smooth.

Bavarian Sauerkraut.
Mix 2 eggs and 1/2 cup of water, a pinch of salt and enough flour to
make a stiff batter. Then drop by the tablespoonful i

Apple Jelly No 2





Take about a half sieve of john apples, or golden pippins; pare them,

and put th

Shrewsbury Cake



Stir together three-quarters of a pound of sugar, half a pound of

butter. When white, add five

Dumplings To Serve With Sauer Kraut
For these dumplings, 1 egg was broken into a bowl and well beaten.
Then a pinch of salt was added and 1/2 cup of sweet mil

Rose Geranium Jelly. Mrs. Samuel Bartram.
Drop one large or two small leaves of rose geranium plant into a quart
of apple jelly a few moments before it is done, and

Delicious Tea Rolls. Mrs. U. F. Seffner.
Two tablespoonfuls butter, two tablespoonfuls sugar, two eggs. Beat
the three articles all together; add a little salt, o

2 Oyster Fritters



Chop fine 25 oysters. Beat 2 eggs very light and add 1 cup of milk, 2

cups of flour, pinch of

Egg-hot



Put a pint of beer on the fire to warm, break an egg into a jug, add a

table-spoonful of sugar

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

Potato Puffers



Peel and grate 8 large potatoes, one onion, mix at once with two or

three eggs (before potatoe

Macaroons A Bavarian Recipe



Blanch and chop fine half a pound of almonds. Beat the whites of three

eggs to a stiff froth,

Milk



I have already said that milk is the most perfect food; we will

now see what it is made of, an

Beets



Wash the beets carefully without breaking the skin. Cover with boiling

water and boil until te

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

Loin Of Veal To Roast



Roast, and baste with butter; set a dish under your veal, with vinegar,

a few sage leaves, and

Baking Powder Dumplings
Sift one cup of flour, one-fourth teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of
baking powder, stir in scant one-half cup of milk or w

Cocoanut Macaroons. Mrs. J. C. Walters.
Two-thirds cup white sugar, one-half cup water; boil as for candy;
remove from the fire; stir in one-half pound crystalliz

Parsnip Puffs



Take one egg, well beaten, and add (without stirring until the

ingredients are in) one teacupf

Dumplings For Stew
Mix two teaspoons of baking powder with two cups of flour, one egg, one
cup of cold water and a little salt.
Stir al

Sugar Drops



Stir to a cream three ounces of butter, six of powdered white

sugar--then add three beaten egg

Prenesas.
Take one pint of milk, stir in as much flour as will bring it to the
consistency of hasty pudding; boil it till it becomes

Comfits



Mix a pound of white sugar with just sufficient water to make a thick

syrup. When the sugar ha

Liver Kloesse (dumplings)
Brown a small onion minced in one tablespoon of chicken fat, add a small
liver chopped fine, chopped parsley, two tablespo

Fried Cakes. Mrs. J. C. Johnstone.
Two cups of coffee A sugar, a small teaspoon of lard, one-half
teaspoon of ginger; rub all together; add two eggs, one cup

French Fried Potatoes
Pare the potatoes and throw them into cold water until needed. Dry them
with a towel; cut into small pieces lengthwise of

Euchered Peaches
Twelve pounds of pared peaches (do not remove pits), 6 pounds of sugar
and 1 gill of vinegar boiled together a few minutes

Clam Fritters
From MRS. E. V. McConnell, of North Dakota, Lady Manager
Two eggs, one tablespoon of cream or sweet milk, one cup oyster
Parsnip Fritters



Scrape and halve the parsnips, boil tender in salted water, mash smooth,

picking out the woody

Shirred Eggs
Cover the bottoms of individual dishes with a little butter and a few
fresh bread crumbs; drop into each dish two fresh eg

Elder-flower Vinegar No 1



Put two gallons of strong alegar to a peck of the pips of elder-flowers,

set it in the sun in

Rich White Sauce



1 1/2 ounces butter.

1/2 ounce flour.

Yolk of one egg.

1/4 p

Apple Pie, No. 2
Put in saucepan one-half cup of sugar and one-fourth cup of water, let
it boil a few minutes, then lay in five large apple

Shirred Eggs



Shirred eggs are a pleasant change from the usual boiled eggs for

breakfast. Drop each egg car

Cocoa-nut Cakes



Beat up a packet of Nelson's Albumen with three teaspoonfuls of cold

water to a strong froth,

Noodle Puffs
Make a noodle dough with as many eggs as desired, roll out somewhat
thin, cut in strips four inches long by one inch wide.

Plain Fritters



Stir a quart of milk gradually into a quart of flour--put in a

tea-spoonful of salt, and seven

Partridge A La Paysanne



When you have picked and drawn them, truss and put them on a skewer, tie

them to a spit, and l

7 Shredded Wheat Fish Balls



Freshen 1/2 a lb. of salt codfish and pick it very fine, add 4 shredded

biscuits rolled very f

To Make Barberry-drops



Take a good Quantity of Barberries, strip them off the Stalks; put

to them a little Water, to

Matzoth Meal Noodles
Add one-eighth teaspoon of salt to two eggs, beat slightly, stir in two
tablespoons of matzoth meal. Heat a little fat in

Salsify



To prevent salsify from turning dark, drop as soon as pared into a

mixture of flour, water and

Marshmallow Teas



Arrange marshmallows on thin, unsweetened round crackers. Make a deep

impression in center of

Plaetchen
Take noodle dough, roll out thin in same manner as noodles, when dry cut
in three-inch strips, place the strips on top of

Buns



4 cups flour, 1/2 cup sugar, sifted together, pinch of salt; make a hole

in flour and drop in

Sauce For Any Kind Of Roasted Meat



While the mutton, beef, hare, or turkey, is roasting, put a plate under

it, with a little good

Peppermint Drops



Two cups of granulated sugar, half a cup of cold water, a tiny pinch of

cream of tartar. Boil

Lemon Ice
Take six large, juicy lemons and grate peel of three lemons; two
oranges, juice of both, and peel of one; squeeze out ever

Almond Drop Cakes



1 pound powdered sugar, 1/4 pound powdered almonds, 9 eggs (3 whites

left out), beaten separat

Boiled Turnips
Have the turnips peeled and sliced. Drop the slices into a stew-pan with
boiling water enough to cover generously. Cook un

Birds' Nests
Separate the eggs, allowing one to each person. Beat the whites to a
stiff froth. Heap them into individual dishes, make a

16 Fried Corn-meal Gems



Pour 1 pt. of boiling water on 1 pt. of corn-meal, add 1 teaspoonful

of salt and 1 heaping tab

Cream Puffs



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

stir in 1 cup dry flour w

Spanish Puffs



Take one pint of skim milk, and thicken it with flour; boil it very well

till it is tough as p

To Fry Steak. Mrs. H. T. Van Fleet.
Have a nice tenderloin or porterhouse steak, one inch and half in
thickness, well hacked. Over this sprinkle salt, pepper

Macaroni Gratin



Where so ready all nature its cookery yields,

_Macaroni au Parmesan_ grows in the fiel

Puffs (purim)
Make the dough same as for Berliner Pfannkuchen, and when well risen
roll out on a floured board one-half inch thick, cut

Sally Lunn



Mix one pint of flour, two teaspoonfuls baking powder, one-half

teaspoonful salt, yolks of two

Quaking Pudding



Boil a quart of milk with a bit of cinnamon and mace; mix about a

spoonful of butter with a la

Mock Oysters Of Green Corn



A pint of grated corn, a cup of flour, one egg, two ounces of butter,

three tablespoonfuls of

Corn On The Cob
Free the corn from husks and silk; have a kettle of water boiling hard;
drop the corn into it and cook ten minutes (or lon

Dumplings That Never Fall



Two cupfuls of flour, two heaping teaspoons of baking powder, one-half

teaspoon of salt and on

Black Cap Pudding
1 pint Milk--2d.

2 Eggs

1 oz. Currants--2d.

1/2 lb. Flour--1d.

Total Co

Cucumber Molds
Put eight tablespoonfuls of oil in a bowl, add a half teaspoonful of salt,
and a piece of ice the size of an egg. Work the

Apple Fritters



Take four or five tart, mellow apples, pare and cut them in slices, and

soak them in sweetened

Egg Balls
These are used for soup and for garnishing of vegetable dishes.
Hard-boil four eggs, throw them at once into cold water, r

Hermits



1 1/2 cups sugar

3 eggs

1 cup chopped walnuts or hi

Macaroons



One-half pound grated almonds, one-half pound sugar, one lemon,

whites of two eggs. Blanch and

A Spring Dish.
Take one quart of young peas, a little mint, a few lumps of sugar, a
little salt and white pepper, simmer them gently in o

Purim Cakes
Take two cups of flour, one tablespoon of sugar, add four eggs and two
tablespoons of oil; knead all these together, roll

"pennsylvania Dutch" Kisses
One cup of pulverized sugar, whites of 3 eggs, 1 heaping cup of nut
meats (Mary used hickory nut meats), a pinch of salt.

Brandy Snaps



One pound of flour, a quarter of a pound of butter, a quarter of a pound

of brown sugar, three

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

Macaroons



Take half a pound of almonds, blanched and pounded, and half a pound of

finely pounded lump su

Claret Cup
Squeeze into a glass pitcher the strained juice of one and one-half
lemons, add two tablespoons of powdered sugar, one tab

Grimslich
Half a loaf of bread, which has been soaked and pressed, two eggs;
one-half cup of sugar, one-fourth cup raisins, one tabl

Tomatoes In Haste
One should not let the tips of this vegetable touch the water. Take your
bundle, dip the stalks in warm water to remove an

To Make Rasberry-drops



Mash the Rasberries, put in a little Water, boil and strain them,

then take half a Pound of fi

One-egg Waffles
Mix one and one-half cups of flour, one teaspoon of baking powder,
one-quarter teaspoon of salt; add one and three-fourths

Ham Potpie



Take the bone of an Armour's Star Ham after the meat is partly used, and

boil slowly until mea

Green Pea Soup
Make your soup stock as usual, adding a pint of washed pea-pods to the
soup. Heat a tablespoon of drippings, put in the pe

Almond Macaroons (as Prepared By Mary)
Three eggs (whites only), 3/4 pound of pulverized sugar, 1/2 pound of
almond paste (which may be bought ready prepared). B

Wine Drops



Two eggs, two cups of sugar, one cup of molasses, three fourths cup of

coffee, one small teasp

Macaroons (as Aunt Sarah Made Them)
One-half pound of almonds, blanched and chopped fine, 1/2 pound of
pulverized sugar, whites of 4 eggs. Place sugar and alm

Orange-flower Cakes



Dip sugar in water, and let it boil over a quick fire till it is almost

dry sugar again. To ha

Egg Balls For Soup
Mash the yolks of 2 hard-boiled eggs fine and smooth with a little
soft butter. Beat the white of 1 egg, and add with abou

Green Corn Cake



Mix a pint of grated green corn with three table-spoonsful of milk, a

tea-cup of flour, half a

Sweet Cakes



Take half a pound of butter, and beat it with a spoon till it is quite

soft; add two eggs, wel

Meat Dressing For Poultry
If you cannot buy sausage meat at your butcher's have him chop some for
you, adding a little fat. Also mix in some veal wi

To Make Cherry-paste



Take Cherries, stone and boil them, breaking them well the while,

and boil them very dry; and

Virginia Fried Oysters



Make a batter of four tablespoons of sifted flour, one tablespoon of

olive oil or melted butte

Sponge Biscuit



Stir into a pint of lukewarm milk half a tea-cup of melted butter, a

tea-spoonful of salt, hal

Poor Man's Fruit Cake
Sift three quarts of flour with six rounding teaspoonfuls of baking powder
and two of salt. Beat, without separating, thre

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
Stewed Cabbage
1 Cabbage--3d.

Salt and Pepper

1 oz. Butter--1d.

Total Cost--4d.

Time--

Date Macaroons
Stone thirty dates; chop them fine. Cut one-half pound of almonds
lengthwise in slices, but do not blanch them. Beat the w

Cocoanut Cakes



Take equal weights of grated cocoanut and powdered white sugar, (the

brown part of the cocoanu

Bread Crumb Fritters
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1 tablespoon powdered sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 egg
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

Matzoth Meal Kleis, No. 2
Beat one tablespoon of chicken schmalz till quite white; pour one cup of
boiling water over one egg. Add it to the drippin

Eggs Poached In Tomato Sauce
Make a sauce of one tablespoon of butter, one tablespoon of flour, one
and one-half cups of canned tomatoes rubbed through

Rock Cookies



One cup dates, one cup figs, one cup English or common walnuts, one and

one-half cup brown sug

Roast Stuffed Shoulder Of Lamb With Browned Potatoes
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon shortening
cold water

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

Speculoos
Quarter pound semolina, one and a half pints of milk, three eggs. Put on
the milk, and, as soon as it is boiling, drop the

8 Boston Cookies



Cream one cup of butter, add gradually 1-1/2 of sugar and 3 eggs well

beaten. Add 1 teaspoonfu

Peas To Stew



Take a quart of fine peas, and two small or one large cabbage lettuce;

boil the lettuce tender

Iced Apples With Cream



MRS. W. W. WELCH.



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

French Eggs
Make a white sauce thickly mixed with onions, such as you would eat in
England with a leg of mutton, but do not forget a l

Delicious Angel's Food



MISS RITCHIE.



Beat the whites of eleven eggs to a stiff froth, then stir in care

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

Fruits
4 ears of left-over cooked corn
1 egg
2 tablespoonfuls of milk
1 tablespoonful of melted butter
1/2 cupf

Walnut Wafers



Beat two eggs very light and add to them half a pound of brown sugar;

beat again and stir in h

Preserved Strawberries. Mrs. Kate Martin, Tiffin, Ohio.
Use one pound of granulated sugar to each quart of berries. Make a
syrup of the sugar, and sufficient water to moisten it

Italian Cream



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

in half-a-pint of col

Sugar Butter Cookies



One and one-half cup sugar, one cup butter, three eggs, four cups flour,

one teaspoonful soda

Bread Dressing For Fowl
In a fryer on the stove heat two tablespoons of drippings or fat, drop
in one-half onion cut fine, brown lightly and add o

31 Pease Pudding



Wash and soak 1-1/2 cupfuls of dried green peas over night. Put on in a

kettle of cold water w

Sea Foam



For sea foam candy cook three cupfuls of light brown sugar, a cupful of

water and a tablespoon

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

Matzoth Eirkuchen
Pour one-half cup of water on one-quarter cup of matzoth meal, add one
teaspoon of salt and beat the yolks of four eggs ve

Squash Fritters
Two cups of boiled squash, half a cup of flour, one teaspoon of
baking-powder, one egg and two tablespoons of milk. It is

Almacks



Take plums, or apricots, baking pears, and apples, of each a pound;

slice the pears and apples

Salsify Or Vegetable Oyster



The best way to cook it is to parboil it, (after scraping off the

outside,) then cut it in sli

Queen Fritters
Put in a deep skillet on the fire one cup of water, one-fourth cup of
fresh butter; when it comes to a boil, stir in one c

Lemon Or Chocolate Drops



Take half a pound of fine-sifted double-refined sugar; grate into it the

yellow rind of a fair

Chicken Corn Pie
6 ears of cold boiled corn
2 eggs
1 cupful of milk
1/2 cupful of flour
1/2 teaspoonful of salt
1 s

Green Corn Fritters
Grate pulp from six cars of corn; with a knife scrape down the pulp
into a bowl, add 2 eggs, beaten separately, a couple 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

Praline



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

fine, one teaspoonful v

Strawberry Shortcake Individual



Make crust as directed for apple dumplings, turn on to a floured board,

cut out with a biscuit

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

Maccaroons



Soak half a pound of sweet almonds in boiling hot water, till the skins

will rub off easily--w

Roast Beef, No. 1
Take prime rib roast. Cut up a small onion, a celery root and part of a
carrot into rather small pieces and add to these t

Savoy Cakes



Beat eight eggs to a froth--the whites and yelks should be beaten

separately, then mixed toget

Caramel Sauce
Put one cup cut loaf sugar in a saucepan on the stove without adding a
drop of water. Let it melt slowly and get a nice br

Minced Beef On Toast
Chop sufficient cold cooked beef to make one pint; add to it a teaspoonful
of salt, and a quarter of a teaspoonful of pepp

Baking Powder Biscuits



Two cups flour, two teaspoonfuls baking powder, one-half teaspoonful

salt, two tablespoonfuls

Beefsteak And Onions. Mrs. H. T. Van Fleet.
Have a steak well hacked; over this sprinkle pepper, salt, and a
little flour. Into a very hot spider drop one teaspoonfu

Emergency Or Drop Biscuits
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons shortening
3/4 cup mi

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

Corn Oysters
Slice off tips of kernels from cobs of corn and scrape down corn-pulp
from cobb with a knife. To 1 pint of pulp add 2 eggs

To Boil Eggs



They should be put into boiling water, and if you wish to have them

soft, boil them only three

Potato Balls
1 lb. Cold Boiled Potatoes

Bread Crumbs--1d.

2 Eggs

1 oz. Butter

Hot Fa

Stuffed Eggs.
Boil eggs for twenty minutes; then drop in cold water. Remove the
shells, and cut lengthwise. Remove the yolks, and crea

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

Stewed French Plums



1 pound French plums.

6 or 8 lumps of sugar.

Water.



Brown Cookies



Boil together for five minutes the following ingredients: One cup of

brown sugar, one cup of w

Fritters Apple And Banana



Fritters help out nicely, too, for company, and can be fried in a small

quantity of very hot f

Escalloped Oysters
From MRS. ISABELLA LANING CANDEE, of Illinois, Alternate Lady Manager.
This amusing and appetizing dish is easily made. Ta

Strawberry Drops



Rub some ripe strawberries through a fine seive with

a wooden spoon; add two ounces of this ju

Celeriac
This vegetable is also known as "knot celery" and "turnip-rooted
celery." The roots, which are about the size of a white t

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


Cucumber Salad
Pare thickly, from end to end, and lay in ice-water one hour; wipe them,
slice thin, and slice an onion equally thin. Stre

Poached Eggs
Drop into boiling water and boil 3 minutes for soft boiled, 15 to 20
minutes for hard boiled or place eggs in boiling wate

Fried Steak With Onions
Season the steak with salt and pepper, and dredge with flour. If tough,
chop on both sides with a sharp knife. Lay in a pa

This Is The Brown Gravy For The Fowl



Chop up an onion, and fry it with a sprig of thyme and a bit of butter,

and when it is brown,

Farina Dumplings
Beat yolks of four eggs with three tablespoons of goose, turkey or
chicken fat, but if these are not convenient, clear bee

Creamed Oysters On Toast



MRS. R. M. STOCKING.



One quart of milk, two tablespoons flour three tablespoons

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

Fried Oysters. Mrs. H. T. Van Fleet.
Place New York counts in a colander to drain for a few minutes. With
a fork remove them separately to a dry towel. Place

Stuffed Eggs
Hard boil eggs, drop into cold water, remove shells, cut each in half
lengthwise. Turn out yolks into a bowl. Carefully pl

How To Fry Potatoes



Peel, split, and cut the potatoes into slices of equal thickness, say

the thickness of two pen

Cocoa



Cool drinks are most welcomed in hot weather, and several kinds are

quite nice for little girl

Farmer's Rice
One and one-half quarts of milk, poured into a double boiler and
placed on the range to heat. One cup of flour was placed

Beets



Young beets have to be washed carefully to avoid breaking the skin, and

have roots and half an

Bran Biscuits
2 cups whole wheat flour
3/4 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
2 teaspoons shortening


Stewed Muscles Or Mussels



Thoroughly wash the muscles, and pull off any weeds there may be hanging

to them; next put the

Apple Cakes



Pare, core, and slice a quart of apples, (price five

cents,) stew them with half their weight

Kremslekh
To each tablespoon of matzoth-meal take one egg, a pinch of salt, half a
teaspoon of sugar, a teaspoon of ground almonds,

Pressed Head



Pig's head is good baked with beans, or corned and smoked. It is also

nice prepared with spice

Grape Jelly



Pick grapes from the stem, wash, crush, and boil twenty minutes. Then

put in jelly-bag to drip

Norfolk Dumplings



Ingredients, two pounds of flour, a pint of milk, a good pinch of salt.

Let all these ingredie

Polenta



Polenta is made of ground Indian-corn, and may be used either as a

separate dish or as a garni

Chocolate Creams



1 cup water to 3 of white sugar, boil till it thickens when dropped in

cold water, put Baker's

Salad Sauce



The yolks of two eggs.

1 gill of milk.

1/2 gill of vinegar.



Meat General Rule For Roasting And Boiling



The general rule for roasting and boiling meat is as follows: fifteen

minutes to a pound in ro

Cereal Muffins
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
3/4 cup milk


Scones
2 cups green corn put through food chopper
1/4 cup milk or 1/2 cup if corn is dry
2 eggs
2 cups flour
3

Turkish Coffee
For making this the coffee must be pulverized, and it should be made
over an alcohol lamp with a little brass Turkish pot.

Cocoanut Cakes



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

cup of water and a salt

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

Fruit Sauces
Wash the fruit well, then put on the stove in a saucepan without adding
any more water. Cover with a lid, and let the frui

Potato Pancakes
Peel six large potatoes and soak several hours in cold water; grate,
drain, and for every pint allow two eggs, about one t

Huckleberry Float
1 quart milk
4 eggs
4 tablespoons sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup currant jelly
2 teaspoons vanill

Sausage Dumplings



Make one pound of flour and two ounces of dripping, or chopped suet,

into a firm paste, by add

Cheap Cake



2 cups sugar

1 teaspoon butter

4 cups flour
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Preserved Cherries
The sour red cherries, or "Morellas," are the best for preserves. Never
use sweet ones for this purpose. Stone them, prese

Canned Tomatoes--fried
Place in a bowl a half pint of canned tomatoes, one-fourth teaspoon of
sugar and season with salt and pepper. Add about fo

Orange Paste



Pick all the meat out of the oranges, and boil the rinds in water till

they are very tender. C

Suet Dumplings



Make into a stiff paste, with about two gills of cold

water, half a pound of flour, (cost two

Eggs Rossini
6 eggs
4 chicken livers
12 nice mushrooms
1/2 cupful of stock
1/2 teaspoonful of salt

To Make Almond-paste



Lay a Pound of Almonds all Night in Water, and warm some Water the

next Day to make them blanc

Cream Filling
1 cup boiling water
1/2 cup shortening
1 cup flour
1/8 teaspoon salt
3 eggs
2 teaspoons Dr. Price'

Loin Of Mutton In The Pot
Any part of pork or veal is good done in this way. Take your pieces of
meat and fry them in butter till they are a good go

Kromskies



Any nice mixture.

Kromsky batter.

Frying oil.



Sh

Chicken Croquettes, No. 1
Cook one-half tablespoon of flour in one tablespoon chicken-fat, add
one-half cup of soup stock gradually, and one-half te

Salt Beef Hash No. 1
Cut cold-roasted or boiled beef into thin slices. Put into your saucepan
two tablespoonfuls of butter, two tablespoonfuls

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

Delicious Corn Cakes
One cup of sweet milk heated to boiling point; stir in 2 heaping
tablespoonfuls yellow, granulated cornmeal; add a tablesp

29 Bread Dumplings



Soak stale bread in cold water for 15 minutes, then squeeze as dry as

possible. To each pt. ad

Eggs And Crumbing
To do this successfully one must prepare a mixture, and not use the
egg alone. If an egg mixture or a croquette is dipped

Puddings
To boil a pudding in a bag, dip the bag, which should be made of thick
cotton or linen, in hot water, dredge the inside we

Beauregard Eggs
The yolks of eggs are quite easily disposed of, as sauces frequently call
for the yolk of one or two eggs; then they may b

Vermicelli And Cheese



2 ounces vermicelli.

3 ounces grated cheese.

1 pint milk.

1/

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

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

8 Oyster Potpie



Scald one quart of oysters in their own liquor. When boiling take out

the oysters and keep the

"crumb" Corn Cakes
One pint of stale bread crumbs (not fine, dried crumbs), covered with
1 pint of sour milk. Let stand over night. In the mo

Hermits
2 eggs
1 cup sugar
1 tablespoon melted shortening
3/4 teaspoon salt
2-1/2 cups rolled oats
2 teasp

Fried Egg Plant
From MRS. JOHN S. BRIGGS, of Nebraska, Lady Manager.
One teacup milk, three eggs, one pint green corn grated very fine, a<

Crullers
2 eggs
6 tablespoons sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon grated nutmeg
2 tablespoons melted shortening<

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

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

Pumpkin Preserve



Pare a medium-sized pumpkin and cut into inch cubes. Let steam until

tender, but not broken. O

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

Rice Balls With Cheese
Place 2 cups of cold, boiled rice, well drained, in a bowl and add 1/2
cup of grated cheese, a little salt, 1/4 cup flour

Cream Puffs



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

butter; let the butter st

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

Fish Chowder
1 cup salt codfish
2 cups potatoes, cut into small pieces
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1/2 tablespoon butter
1 eg

Muffins



Mix flour in a pan, with warm new milk and water, yest and salt,

according to your judgment. B

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

Side-dish Of Spinach



(Spinaci per contorno)



After cooking the spinach in boiling water and chopping t

Grape Juice



Many people are not aware of the excellent qualities of this delightful

and refreshing beverag

Banana Fritters



Half a pint of sweet milk, a scant half pint of flour, two rounded

teaspoonfuls of baking powd

Veal Forcemeat
2 oz. Suet (Beef)--1/2d.

3 oz. Bread Crumbs--1/2d.

Pepper and Salt

1 Egg



Boiled Peas



Do not shell peas until ready to cook. Salt, and slightly sweeten if

needed boiling water, dro

French Puffs (windbeutel)
Put one cup of water and one-quarter pound of butter on to boil. When it
begins to boil stir in one-quarter pound of sifte

Doughnuts



1 cup Sugar

2 Eggs

2 tablespoons melted butter

Corn Soup
From MRS. FRONA EUNICE WAIT, of California, Alternate Lady Manager.
To make a good stock for noodle soup, take a small sha

Veal Soup



Knuckle of veal 2 1/2 pounds

2 raw eggs

3 quarts wa

Fruit Shortcakes
6 tablespoons shortening
1 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1-1/2 cups flour
2 teaspoons Dr. Pri

Kottbullar
2 lbs. Fillet or Beef--10d.

1/2 lb. Suet--1d.

Salt and Pepper

Hot Fat

1

Chocolate Creams



Easy chocolate creams require two cupfuls of confectioner's sugar, with

a few teaspoonfuls of

Apple Fritters



MRS. HARRY LAURIE.



Three tart apples, two eggs; one cup milk; one teaspoonful sa

Sandwiches





Sandwiches may be made from one of three or four kinds of bread; whole

wheat bre

3 Yorkshire Pork Pie



Chop lean pork somewhat coarsely; butter a pudding dish and line with

good paste; put in the p

Scandinavian Pudding
2 Bream--8d.

2 Eggs--2d.

1/2 pint Milk--1d.

1/2 lb. Flour

Pepper and Sa

Gnocchi Alla Lombarda



Ingredients: Potatoes, flour, salt, Parmesan and Gruyere cheese, butter,

milk, eggs.

Potato Dumplings



To be served with German Pot Roast or Beef a la mode.



4 large raw pota

East Indian Salad
For impromptu evening affairs any cold left-over meat may be utilized in
a salad. Beef, mutton and tongue are usually serv

Cocoa-nut Candy



Grate a cocoa-nut on a fine bread grater; weigh it, and add the same

quantity of loaf-sugar: m

Cocoanut Cookies



1 cup butter

4 eggs

1 lemon--juice and rind
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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

Yorkshire Tea Cakes
3/4 lb. Flour--1 1/2d.

1 Egg--1d.

1 1/2 gills Milk--1d.

1 tablespoonful Yeast
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Noodles
Beat one large egg slightly with one-fourth teaspoon of salt, add enough
flour to make a stiff dough; work it well for fif

Nut Or Raisin Bread
1-1/2 cups flour
1-1/2 cups graham flour
4 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablesp

Boiled Apple Dumplings
Beat well, without separating, two eggs, add a pinch of salt, two cups
of milk and one cup of flour. To a second cup of fl

Compote Of Damsons



Wipe one quart of sound, ripe damsons, (cost ten

cents,) with a clean, dry cloth, drop them, o

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

Corn Griddle Cakes Or Old Virginia Slap Jacks
From MRS. SARAH S.C. ANGELL, of Michigan, Lady Manager.
One pint white corn meal, Into which you stir two saltspoonfuls sa

Gnocchi A La Romaine



Put two ounces of butter in a saucepan over the fire with two

tablespoonfuls of milk. When thi

Wiener Kartoffel Kloesse
Boil eight potatoes. When they are very soft drain off every drop of
water, lay them on a clean baking-board and mash them

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

Small Fancy Cakes. I
1 cup molasses
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup melted shortening
1/2 cup boiling water
3 cups flour
3 teaspo

Frying In Oil



A medium-sized iron saucepan and a wire basket to fit it easily should

be kept for this purpos

Fish, To Fry
Fish requires careful preparation for successful frying; it may be
filleted or fried whole, but in either case it must be

Cream Puffs



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

flour, and ten eggs. B

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

Soft Boiled Eggs
The quicker way to prepare eggs is to drop them in a stew-pan
containing boiling water, and let boil 3-1/2 to 4 minutes, w

Mirangles



Put half a pint of syrup into a stewpan, and boil it to what is called

blow; then take the whi

Oyster Tenderloins



Take out one dozen oysters for the gravy first; then take one pint of

oysters (pour off most o

Spaetzlen Or Spatzen
Sift two cups of flour into a bowl, make a depression in the centre and
break into it two eggs, add a saltspoon of salt an

A Clam Omelette
Two eggs beaten separately, 1 scant cup of milk, 1 tablespoonful of
flour, 6 clams run through a food-chopper. Place in a

Passover Fritters.
Mix into a smooth batter a tea-cup of biscuit powder with beaten eggs,
and sweeten with white sifted sugar; add grated lem

Bananas In Jelly
From MRS. KATE CANTHON MCDANIEL, of Texas, Lady Manager.
Beat the whites of four eggs to a stiff froth; place them careful

White Soup No 2



Have good stock made of veal and beef; then take about a pound of veal,

and the like quantity

Fritters.
Separate four eggs; beat the yolks until light; add to them one quart
of sweet milk, a little salt. Beat the whites very

Almond Macaroons, No. 2
Prepare the almonds by blanching them in boiling water. Strip them of
the skins and lay them on a clean towel to dry. Grat

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

Parker House Rolls



Two cups scalded milk, two tablespoonfuls sugar, one teaspoonful salt,

two tablespoonfuls butt

Ravioli Alla Fiorentina



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

salt, flour, gravy.

Chicken Croquettes



Two pair sweetbreads, boiled and chopped fine, one teacupful boiled

chicken chopped (use nothi

French Bances



Take half a pint of water, a bit of lemon-peel, a piece of butter the

size of a walnut, and a

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

Macaroons



Beat up a packet of Nelson's Albumen with three teaspoonfuls of cold

water to a strong froth,

Orange Chips
Can be made after the fruit has been used. Halve, scoop out, then scrape
inside; lay the peel in salt water overnight. Mak

Snowballs (hesterliste)
Mix one teaspoon of butter, one-fourth teaspoon of salt, one tablespoon
of sugar with one egg. Add one tablespoon of cream

Lady Fingers
Beat the yolks of three eggs until light and creamy, add one-quarter
pound of powdered sugar (sifted) and continue beating

German Potato Bread



Boil one potato until tender; mash it through a sieve, add to it a half

pint of warm water and

Chestnuts Glace



Skin the chestnuts and cover with cold water, let them cook gently until

tender, when a large

Rusk Pudding
1 slice of Dry Bread

2 Eggs--2d.

1 oz. Sugar--1/2d.

Half a Lemon--1/2d.



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

Sweetbreads With Mushrooms
Lay half a dozen sweetbreads in cold water for twelve hours, changing
the water several times. Then boil them five minutes

Chaperone Sponge Cake
From MRS. ALICE VINEYARD BROWN, of North Dakota, Alternate Lady
Manager.
One cup of sugar, one cup of flour, four eg

Journey Or Johnny Cakes



Scald a quart of sifted Indian meal with sufficient water to make it a

very thick batter. Stir

Norfolk Dumplings



Mix by sifting together one pound of flour, one

teaspoonful of salt, and two of baking-powder,

Baked Haddocks
Take your fish, which should be herring or mackerel, relieve it of the
bones, skin and fins, which you must put to boil fo

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

Yorkshire Pudding



The strong table groans

Beneath the smoking sirloin, stretch'd immen

Quinces
To four quarts of pared, cored and quartered quinces take one and
one-half quarts of sugar and two quarts of water.


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

Kartoffle Balla (potato Balls)
Boil until tender, 8 medium-sized (not pared) potatoes; when quite
cold remove parings and grate them; fry one finely-chop

Soft-boiled Custard



Put a quart of rich milk in a double boiler over the fire with a third

of a vanilla bean, spli

Black Bean Soup With Mock Meat Balls



Soak over night a pint of black beans in a quart of water. In the

morning drain, and cover wit

Orange Cake



MRS. A. J. ELLIOTT.



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

"mouldasha" (parsley Pies)
Mash and season with butter and salt half a dozen boiled white
potatoes, add a little grated onion and chopped parsley. Si

Meat Balls
Chop meat fine; beef, chicken, lamb or veal; mince a small onion and
fry in a tablespoonful of butler; add a tablespoonful

Savoury Eggs On Toast



4 eggs.

1 tablespoon very fine bread crumbs.

1 teaspoon minced parsley.

"aunt Sarah's" Rhubarb Pudding
Remove skin from stalks of rhubarb, wash and cut into half-inch pieces
a sufficient quantity to half fill a medium-sized a

English Muffins



Half a pint of hot milk, half a pint of hot water, half a yeast cake, an

even teaspoonful of s

Beef Timbale
Cut any left-over pieces of uncooked tough meat into cubes of one inch.
Put a couple of tablespoonfuls of suet into a sauc

Brain Fritters



Carefully wash an ox brain, and boil it for a quarter of an hour in

well-seasoned stock. When

Pancakes For Shrove Tuesday



Ingredients, twelve ounces of flour, three eggs, one pint of milk, a

tea-spoonful of salt, a l

"an Old Recipe" For Chicken Salad
Two dressed chickens were cooked tender. When cold, meat was removed
from bones and cut in dice (not too fine). Cut half t

Almond Shortbread



MRS. W. COOK.



One pound ground sweet almonds, eight ounces sugar, eight ounces s

Cheese Fondue
Soak one-half cup of bread crumbs in one scant cup of milk; dissolve a
speck of bicarbonate of soda in a drop of hot water

Veal In White Sauce
2 lbs. Neck of Veal--10d.

2 oz. Butter--1 1/2d.

1 oz. Flour

Salt and Pepper

"kartoffle Kuklein" (potato Fritters Or Boofers)
Place in a bowl 2 cups grated, pared, _raw_ potatoes; drain off any
liquid formed, then add 1 small onion, also grated; la

Bacon And Eggs



Place thin slices of bacon in a hot skillet, turn frequently to keep

from curling, and remove

Beef Loaf
From MRS. RALPH TRAUTMANN, of New York City, First Vice President
Board of Lady Managers.
Secure slices of beef cut

Chocolate Cakes



Whisk a packet of Nelson's Albumen with three teaspoonfuls of cold water

to the strongest poss

To Clarify Sugar



'Mongst salts essential, _sugar_ wins the palm,

For taste, for color, and for various

Chicken Supréme
Pieces of cold-roasted chicken, turkey or duck may be used for making
terrapin or à la Newburg. Cut the meat into pieces o

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

Casselettes De Veau
From MISS KATHARINE L. MIKOR, of Louisiana, Fourth Vice President
Board of Lady Managers.
Two pounds of veal, boiled

Another Way To Stew Fish



Behold, the dishes due appear!

_Fish_ in the van, beef in the rear.

A

Baking-powder Batters
Batter is a mixture of flour with sufficient liquid to make it thin
enough to be beaten.
Pour-batter requires one me

Coffee Cream



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

of fine sugar, a small

Nutmeg Cakes (pfeffernuesse)
Sift one pound of flour and one pound of pulverized sugar into a large
bowl, four eggs, a piece of citron grated or choppe

Fruit Pudding



Make good common pie crust--roll it out half an inch thick, and strew

over it any one of the f

"zwetchen Dampfnudeln" (prune Dumplings)
In the evening a sponge was prepared with yeast for bread. All the
flour required to stiffen the dough for loaves of bread

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

Cheese SoufflÉ
Dissolve one and one-half tablespoons of butter, add one tablespoon of
flour, stir until it loosens from the pan; add one

Marklose Balls
Take marrow from uncooked beef soup bones, enough to fill 2
tablespoons, cut fine, add 2 eggs, 1 teaspoonful grated onion

Sour Spatzen
Brown three tablespoons of flour with one tablespoon of sweet drippings,
add a small onion finely chopped, then cover the

Artichokes (french Or Globe)
French artichokes have a large scaly head, like the cone of a pine tree.
The flower buds are used before they open.


"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

Fish, Clams And Oyster (boned Shad)
How many young cooks know how to bone a shad? It is a very simple
process, and one becomes quite expert after one or two t

Puritan Cabbage



Take half of a small very solid head of white cabbage, cut into eighths,

from top to stem, wit

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

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

"kartoffle Klose"
One quart of cold, boiled, skinned potatoes, grated. (Boil without
paring the day before they are to be used, if possible.

Chicken With Corn Oysters



Clean and joint a chicken, one weighing about three pounds, as for

fricassee. Wipe each piece

Mock Fish Balls In Curry Or Cream Sauce



Five ounces of plain boiled potatoes put through a patent vegetable

strainer or mashed very fi

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

Pancakes For Children.
Take a pint of finely grated bread crumbs, simmer in a little milk
and water, flavour with cinnamon or lemon peel grated,

Preserved Peaches
Weigh one pound of sugar for each pound of fruit. After weighing them
brush each peach with a stiff whiskbroom. This shoul

Roulards
From MRS. HARRIET A. LUCAS of Pennsylvania, Lady Manager.
This pudding, as its name indicates is a great English dish, and

Banana Fritters
From one banana was made 4 fritters. The banana was halved, cut
lengthwise and then cut cross-wise. The batter will do for

"leber Klose" Or Liver Dumplings
Boil a good-sized soup bone for several hours in plenty of water, to
which add salt and pepper to taste and several small

Floating Island



Floating island is a nice dessert, easily made by any child, with

reasonable care. For six per

Soup



The value of soup as food cannot be overestimated.



In times of scarcity and dist

Apple Strudel, No. 2
Into a large mixing bowl place one and one-half cups of flour and
one-quarter teaspoon of salt. Beat one egg lightly and a

Bola D'amor.
The recipe for this much celebrated and exquisite confection is
simpler than may be supposed from its elaborate appearance

"boova Shenkel"
For this excellent "Pennsylvania German" dish, which I am positive has
never before been published, take 2-1/2 pounds of s

German Noodle Soup
Place about 3 pounds of cheap stewing beef in a cook-pot with
sufficient water and cook several hours, until meat is quite

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

"bairische Dampfnudeln"
These delicious Bavarian steamed dumplings are made in this manner: 1
cake of Fleischman's compressed yeast was dissolved

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

Bran Cakes



2 cups wheat bran

2 tablespoons melted butter

2 whole eggs

1

Raisin And Rhubarb Pie
Chop one cup of rhubarb and one cup of raisins together, add two
tablespoons of melted butter or chicken fat, grated rind

The Many Uses Of Stale Bread
Never waste stale bread, as it may be used to advantage in many ways.
The young housewife will be surprised at the many go

General Rules
All fruits should, if possible, be freshly picked for preserving,
canning, and jelly making. No imperfect fruit should be

Cake Hints



For those who would excel in cake making these admonitions are offered:



First--C

Philadelphia "pepper Pot"
This recipe for far-famed "Philadelphia Pepper Pot" was given Mary by
a friend living in the Quaker City, a good cook, who

Observations Respecting Meat



Meat to be in perfection should be kept a number of days when the

weather will admit of it. Be

Collared Pork
A large turkey.
Three sixpenny loaves of stale bread.
One pound of fresh butter.
Four eggs.
On

Lobster Cutlets
12 crabs, or one pint of crab flake
4 hard boiled eggs
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
2 t

Fritters, Croquettes, Dumplings And Crullers
When cooking any article to be immersed in fat use about this
proportion: 2 pounds of sweet lard to 1 of suet, which had b

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

Chicken Salad
Place the chicken in boiling water, add one onion, a bay leaf and six
cloves. Bring to a boil and let it boil rapidly for

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

Sauce Bechamel
1 four pound chicken
1/2 pint of milk
2 level tablespoonfuls of butter
4 level tablespoonful

Eggs And Omelets





To Test Eggs

Dissolve an ounce of salt in ten ounces of water; add the

Miscellaneous Breakfast Dishes





Artichokes (French)

Trim the ends; remove the choke, and quarter each


Thanksgiving Menu



In the first place, talk over with her and decide about the number to be

entertained, and then




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