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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1912, Image 17

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was submitted at Fourth National Apple Show, by C. W. Heidman
in charge of the exhibit from the Idaho county.
On this 3-year-old apple sapling, the topmost twig of which is
but a few inches over six feet above the ground, are 51 full size,
normal Wagner apples. In size, taste and quality the apples are
The tree is in the orchard of Judge H. E. Hall, near Bonners
Ferry, Idaho.
Rice With Tomato Sauce
Cook 1-3 of a cup of rice in salted
boiling water. Melt 1 tablespoon
of butter in a saucepan, add a half
can of tomatoes, 1 cup of hot wa
ter, a little celery salt and pepper,
and cook 3 minutes. If there is on
hand beef soup ,stock it may be
used to advantage with this in
stead of water. Add the boiled
rice and boil until it absorbs the
Steamed Rice Two and three
quarters tablespoonfuls of rice, Y
cupful of water, 4 teaspoonful of
salt. Put salt and water in top
of double boiler, place in range,
and add gradually the well wash
ed rice, stirring with a fork. Boil
3 minutes, cover, place over un
der part of double boiler and
steam $4 of an hour; uncover that
seam may escape. Serve with su
gar and cream.
Boiled Rice Wash 1 cup of
rice. Put 3 quarts boiling water
into kettle, add teaspoonful salt
and let it "boil rapidly. Sprinkle
in rice, but do not stop the boil
ing. ' When rice is in, stir water
briskly, cover kettle and boil
rapidly 20 minutes. Pour into
colander to drain, then stand col
ander on tin pan and place in oven
five minutes to dry, leaving oven
door qpen. Serve in heated dish
without cover. Tht cream is im
proved by frothing it slightly be
fore it is brought to the table.
Seasonable fruits may be served
wit;h the rice if desired.
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There was a young fellow from
Who was born on the day of his
He wa.s married, they say,
On his-Kvife's wedding day,
And he died on his last day on

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