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and a quarter of a teaspoonful of
salt. Roll them m fine -bread
crumbs, and put them into a skil
let in which there is a good par
tion of lard, butter and a tray bit
of ba,con drippings. Cover tight"
ly and cook very slowly. When
nearly done take out and again
dip in egg mixture and cracker
crumbs. Return to the fire, al
lowing the meat to brown. After
the meat 13 taken from the skil
let, pour in a - pint of, milk and
thicken with a little flour and
water. Serve in a separate dish.
Chicken- can be fried m the same
way. The secret is v slow cook
ing. Batter Cakes.
The secret of good batter cakes
is to batter them, hgga should
be beaten until they are a yellow
cream; sour milk or "buttermilk
should be also beaten until it is
a mass of foam.. To 1 quart of
sour milk add enough soda to
sweeten. Add 3 eggs, well
beaten, 1 level teaspoonful of salt
and flour enough to make a very
thin batter. Bake, on a very hot
griddle and serve immediately.
Place a thick slice of ham in a
saucepan and when the grease is
sufficiently tried out remove the
meat and place a layer of thinly
sliced onions and carrots in the
pan. After they have become
slightly brown return the ham
and a thick piece of stewing veal
to the saucepan. When the meat
has taken a brown tinge, add
enough water to caver, and cook
very slowly for 2 hours. Make a
rich oie crust with buttermilk 1
and soda, Shortening with half
butter and half lard. Line a' bot
tom of a good sized pan with this,
cut your ham and veal in smajl
pieces, turn contents of saucepan
into the crust, put on an upper
crust and bake three-quarters of
an hour slowly.
Leave on the inner husks. Put
in a kettle and see that water
covers every bit of corn or it will
yellow. Add I tablespoonful of
sugar to the water, but no salt,
as salt seems to harden the corn.
Boil rapidly 12 minutes if the
corn is young and tender. If you
wish to have a very delicious
dishstrip the corn from the cob,
pour over it a generous supply of
cream and hutter, and another
tablespoonful of sugar, add a
little salft turn into an earthen
baking dish and put in oven long
enough to brown the top.
Beat 2 eggs to a golden cream.
Turn over them half a pint of
vinegar which has been brought
to a boil, beating thoroughly so
that the eggs will not curdle.'
After this has cooled sufficiently
add slowly a half a pint of olive
oil, beating all the time. Add a
teaspoonful of salt and 4 table
spoonfuls of whipped cream. This
mayonaise is particularly fine for
This is the happy vacation time
when any boy can pull weeds, hoe
in the garden and mow. the lawn.
But when dad takes his vaca
tion you don't catch him doing:
anything like that,