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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 08, 1912, Image 20

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.' Beef En Casserole Cut into
small pieces, 2 pounds round
steak, dredge each piece with
flour. Fry until slightly brown
in'l tablespoonful of fat or but
ter. Slice thin 1 small onion and
mix with beef seasoned with salt,
pepper, paprika and celery seeds.
'Add I well-beaten egg and Y cup
bread crumbs. Stir thoroughly
and put into casserole. Pour over
it z pint of boiling water. Sprin
kle with bread crumbs and place
across top 2 or 3 small thin bits
bacon. Steam 3 hours and serve
in casserole with tomato sauce,
t Beef Pudding Chop sufficient
cold round steak to make pint.
Boil 4 dunces spaghetti 20 min
utes; then drain. Peel two good
sized tomatoes and cut into bits.
Put layer of spaghetti in bottom
ef baking dish, then layer of chop
ped beef, then layer of tomatoes,
net dusting of salt and pepped,
then another layer of spaghetti,
until all ingredients are used, hav
ing last layer tomatoes. Cover
this with fine breadcrumbs, dot
here and there with tiny bits of
"butter, and bake in quick oven 20
Jellied Beef Soak 1 table
. spoonful gelatin for half hour in
5 ctipfurwater. Put sufficient
told round steak through meat
chopper to make pint, and heat
until gelatin is dissolved: add 1
peeled chopped tomato, a table--Spoonful
grated onion, a level
tablespoonful salt and dash of
pepper. Add Y pint of boiling
;vater Stir this into beef, turn
into small "squaremald," and stand
it away to marden., Serve cold.
7- O rOV " ' -
William H. Moyer.
William H. Moyer warden of
Uncle Sam's penitentiary at' At
lanta, believes convicts should be
paid for their labor.
In a recent report to the depart
ment of justice he recommended
the inauguration of a system of
payment of prisoners for their
services after their Individual cost
to the government had been de
ducted. In the case of depend
ents, the warden said, the money
should go to the convict's needy
relative, otherwise it should be
placed to the prisoner's account
and given him on his release.
A new electric flatiron is made
of glass so it my be turned on
end and used as a lamp. " -

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