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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 23, 1912, Image 5

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. Miss Helen Cox, daughter of
Washingtonas the guest of Miss
Apple Pudding.
. Chop a cupful of suet-to a coarse
powder and stir into it 3 cupfuls
of flour, twice sifted with a tea
spooniul of baking powder. Add
enough milk to make a dough
that can be rolled out- Roll into
a square sheet. In the center of
the sheet lay 3 cupfuls of peeled
and minced apples, strewn with
Gov.-elect'Cox. She has been in
Genevieve Clark, daughter of the
sugar. Bring the four corners of
the sheet over the fruit, and pinch
the corners together in the mid
dle. Tie up firinly with a piece
of broad white tape passed twice
around the pudding; Lay in a
steamer and cook for 2yz hours.
Remove the tape and serve the
pudding with a hard sauce flavor
ed with lemon juice and powdered

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