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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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HOUSEHOLD HELPS
In making, a .fruit-cake" pour half
the batter iirthe pan. before adding
the fruit, theirlhe fruitvWill not be
found at the-botom of the cake.
When preparing chicken or turkey
for roasting, try rubbing the inside
with a piece of lemon, -if will whiten
the flesh and make.it more tender.
If you desire to purchase a box of
oranges and fear that' they will not
Tieep, follow -these instructions: Re
move each orange and, wipe it with a
piece of waxed paper. Place the dr-.-anges
loosely in a box 'or barrel and
they will be preserved for several
months. ....., . ,
An easy way to boil macaroni is
to put it into a wire flour sifter with
a tin Tiandle and immerse this in a
kettle of boiling water. When done
thenacaroni is easily" lifted from the
water.
Cabbage will-be more digestible if,
when it is half cooked, the water is
poured off and fresh boiling water
added.
To make quick icing for cake use
sweet cream, and confectioners' su
gar. Six tablespoonfuls. cream and
enough sugar if spread nicely is
plenty for medium-sized cake. Good
for layer or loaf cake,it can be made
in five minutes and js-fine put on 'cold
Cake,
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