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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 25, 1912, Image 14

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' Strawberry Pie.
Make a pie crust of flour mixed
with a quarter of a teaspoon of
baking; powder, half a cup of but
ter and a pinch of salt. Mix by
cutting butter carefully into the
, flour with a silver knife, add
enough water to roll out a dry
crust. Place in a pie dish and bake
in a quick oven. Just before serv
ing fill crust with strawberries
that have been standing sweet
ened for about an, hour; cover top
with a meringue made of the
whiles of two eggs and a heaping
tablespoon of powdered sugar
beaten to a stiff froth. Place iff
oven until meringue is delicately
Strawberries Served HqIc
The berries may be served un
hulled, in which case they are
dipped into sugar and eaten with
the fingers. Place them in the
heart of a lettuce or other bed of
green. If hulled the strawberries
should be washed before the hulk
are picked from them and sugar
put upon them just before they
are brought upon the table. Some
people dd a ( qup of orange oc
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