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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 29, 1912, Image 17

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Creamed Cheese and Eggs.
T4if e hard-boiled eeres. 1 taBle-
efiftnrtfuf nf flrtllr 1 Minfut
rinik, Yt. teaspoonful of salt, speck
jofjjayenne, cupful or 1 ounce
gratea cneps.e, t $uccs ui wasu
' fake a thin white saucp with
the fjpur and milk and seasonings.
AdcHhe cheese and stir until
melted. Chop thcwjhltes and add
phem to the sauce. Pour the
,sauceover thetoa$tf force the
1foks through at potato ricer or
strainer, sprinkle over ttie toast
Scrambled Eggs, with Cheese.
One-half pound of cheese grat
ed pr cut into small pieces, 8 eggs,
1 tablespoonful of chopped pars
ley, a pinch of nutmeg, XA tea
spoonful of salt.
Beat the eggs slightly, mix
them with the other ingredients,
and cook over-a very slow fire,
stirring constantly, so that the
cheese may be melted by the time
the eggs are cooked. In good
valqe the dish is equal to nearly 2,
pounds of. average Beef.
Lorimer evidently made that
charge stick, th&t Victor Lawson
pays only $17.32 taxes on his
$1,500,000 mansion. We haven't
heard anything of Vic ponyhlg
up the taxes he ought to fcay.
But then Lawson owns two
newspapers, and the newspapers
run Chicago.
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