MRS. FRANK GLASS.
Boil and mash some potatoes, working in a little milk and butter but not
enough to make the paste soft; while hot add one beaten egg. Shape this
paste into a fence on the inside round of a shallow dish, fluting it
with the round handle of a knife. Set one minute in a hot oven but not
long enough to cause the fence to crack. Glaze quickly with butter and
pour the meat carefully within the wall. The mince should not be so thin
as to wash away the frill.