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No. 3 is built of coarse brown
straw, with tower-like points of
brown ribbon surmounting it. This
close-fitting shape and the lofty
trimming will be exceedingly good
style next spring.
No. 4 is a typical Palm Beach hat
and it foreshadows the popularity of
the wide-brimmed, droppy hat to
which the designers are paying much
attention just now. It is made of
white maline and bands of white rib
bon. A band of white fox swathes
the low crown and the silver rose
adds to the cloud-like effect of the
white and silver hat.
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STUFFED EGG PLANT
Choose a fresh, sound plant that
has a green cup at the stem ends. Cut
the plant in two from blossom to
stem end; scrape out all the inside
and put in a saucepan with a little
minced ham, veal or chicken, add just
enough water to keep from burning
and cook until the plant is tender.
Squeeze out all stock and keep to
turn over the stuffed plant when
ready for the oven.
To the meat and cooked plant add
3 tablespoons of fine bread crumbs,
one-half a tablespoon of butter, 5
drops of onion juice and salt and pep
per to suit taste,
Pill the halves of the egg plant with,
the mixture and turn the "stopk"
over, place thin slices of bacon on
top and bake 30 minutes. If ham is
used, bacon should be omitted.
A novel floral piece for the dining
table may be made by planting tie
seeds from grape fruit in a low, flat
flower pot Keep the earth moist but
well drained and set the pot in a
warm place and in a few weeks a lit
tle forest of deep green glossy leaves
will appear. Very little trouble and
a great deal of satisfaction will re
sult over the really home made cen
terpiece for the table.