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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1912, Image 10

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and just before serving - add the-
cheese, stirring until it is melted.
This sauce is suitable to use in
preparing creamed eggs, or to
pour over toast, making a dish
corresponding to ordinary milk
toast, except for the presence of
cheese. It may be seasoned with
a little curry powder and poured
over .hard-boiled eggs.
CHEESE FONDUE NO. 1
One and one-thirds cupfuls of
soft, stale bread crumbs, 6 ounces
of cheese (lj4 cupfuls of grated
cheese or 1 1-3 cupfuls of cheese
grated fine, or cut into small'
pieces), 4 eggs, 1. cupful of hat
water, j4 teaspoonful of .salt
Mix the water, bread crumbs,
salt and cheese; add the yolks
thoroughly beaten ; into this mix
ture cut and fold the white of
eggs beaten until stiff. Pour into
a buttered baking dish and cook
30 minutes in a moderate oven.
Serve at once.
The food value of this dish,
made with the above quantities, is
almost exactly the same as that
of a potihd of beef x)f average
composition and a pound of po
tatoes combined.
CHEESE FONDUE NO. 2
One and one-third cupfuls of
hot milk, 1 1-3 cupfuls of soft,
stale brea.d crumbs, 1 tablespoon
ful of butter, 4 eggs, 1-3 of a
pound of cheese (1 1-3 cupfuls of
grated cheese or 1 cupful of
cheese cut into small pieces), y2
teaspoonful of salt.
Prepare as in recipe for Cheese
Fondue No LT
The protein value of this dish is
equal to that of Vi pounds of
potato and beef, the fuel value,
hQwever, being much in excess
of these.
In making fondues Nos 1 and 2,
rice "or other cereals may be sub
stituted for bread crumbs. One
fourth cupful of rice measured
before cooking1 or one cupful of
cooked rice or other cereals
should be used.
'TIS A MASTERPIECE! 'RAH
FOR NICK
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Washington, April ID. (Spe
cial.) Discussing the wool bill,
the, Hon. Nicholas Longwortfa, of
Cincinnati, told the house of rep
resentatives that
"You may live without poetry,
music or art;
You may live without conscience,
you may live without heart;
You may live without kin
cousins, uncles or aunts
But civilized man canot live with
out pants."
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Salesman Do you need any
typewriter supplies?
Merchant Yes. 'Send me four
pounds of candy and a box of
chewing giun.
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