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Where To Buy It e
Kadair & Simon, Proprietors.
1360-64 North Boulevard and Corner Champagne Street.
Our Prices are Right
Give us a Call and be Convinced.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Nuts, Raisins, Fruits, and Everything to be found in a
First Class Grocery.
Dry Goods Department
Complete line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings. Children's
Wear a Specialty.
Recipes From the
Philistoria Cook Book
Boil one chicken until the large bones can be eas
ily removed. When the chicken is perfectly done
mash five tablespoons of butter with five table
spoons of flour until perfectly smooth then pour
five cups of the chicken broth over the butter and
flour and stir conrstanaly until it thickens. Sea
son with salt, pepper, parsley and a small onion,
if onion is liked. Put the pieces of chicken in a
baking pan pour the roux over the chicken and
cover the top with the following crusts:
Two cups of flour, two tablespoons of lard, two
teaspoons of bakingpowders, two cups of milk,
two eggs, one scant teaspoon of salt,
Sift the flower and baking powder and salt to
gether and cut the lard into the flower with a
knife, beat the two eggs thoroughly, add the milk
to the eggs and stir the mixture into the flour.
Have your chicken and gravy boiling hot in the
baking pan, spread the crust over the top and
bake in the oven from twenty to thirty minutes.
MRS. C. H. STURMBERG
Shrimp A La Creole.
About eight dozen lake shrimp, one dozen to
matoes, one tallespoon of butter, one large onion
three celery stalks, one clove garlic, one sprig of
thyme, 2 bay leaves, salt and pepper to taste.
Boil shrimp and pick off shells, chop onions
and brown in butter, add chopped tomatoes, add
minced celery, garlic and herbs chopped fine, add
salt, cayenne and black pepper to taste. Cook
fifteen minutes, add shrimp and cook ten minutes
more. Serve on toasted bread. This is a dish
fit for a king.
MRS. A. F. KIDDER.
"The kind that mother used to make"
in beautiful boxes fronm 1 lb. up
At 75c per lb.
Made by the
A Lovely Xmas Present
If not convenient to call at the Bakery
you can find these delicious cakes at
is the home of
U Want Nlo Bread
Every housewife knows the make.
Your Christmas Dinner would not be complete without
Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, etc. Always on Hand.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
All Kinds of Vegetables
in All Seasons
H. W. Marwede
City Market Daily
Go to the
Pigg ly W igg ly
Albert Rodriguez, Prop.
Prices the same at Main No. 1 and Boulevard No. 2
Housewives of. Baton Rouge
Do you ever find it a hard task to plan that desert for every day in the weekl Of course you do, for all housewives do. We have many fan
cies here at all times, and all you have to do is call 1368 and tell us your needs. Delivery will be made at your pleasure. We suggest pies of
all kinds, fancy cake, chocolate eclare, and all kinds of ice cream.
The Home of Good Things to Eat.