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, ' Potato Cr&Jittis Two cupfuls
.of cdld mashed potatoes free from
ltthips, two eggs beatenvto a froth,
one -tablespoon melted butter,
salt and pepper to taste ; form in
to ca,kes, roll iil beaten egg ana
cracker crumbs and fry in hot
Apple Sandw&fo Spread a lay
er of apple sation a thin slice of
bread, sprinki&a litle nutmeg or
cinnamon ovet;$t,-add a layer of
whippedcre&iKtrim and cut in
two. This satrawich is left open.
Dumplings- $fix and sift two
cupfuls of flbufy four teaspoon
fulsof baking jtiowder, and one
half teaspooifurof salt. Work in
two teaspoonfulspf butter using
the -tips of the fingers, and add
gradually seven-eighths cupful of
milk. Drop by spoonfuls in a but
tered, steamer, put over kettle of
boiling water cover closelv and
steam 12 minutes
The secret of having crisp toast
is to cut the bread the night be
fore it is toasted. Another ti;ick-is,
to have the slices, when toasted
stood up on edge in some place
where they can be kept hot until'
they are served. If the slices are
placed one on top of the other
they become soggy.'
The Sixth Sense.
"Mrs. Meddle makes so much
trouble in this neighborhood."
"Yes, she has such a fine sense
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