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SOME GOOD SAUCES FOR
BOILED FISH ;
Cream Egg Sauce."
Two cups of milk 'in 'double
boiler, two even tablespp.ons-flour
rubbed smooth into one even
tablespoon of butter, pinch of salt,
turn the flour and butter paste in
to the milk and cook 15 'minutes
over slow fire. Have three eggs
boiled hard, chop the whites and
put into the cream dressing.. Just,
before taking it up turn it over
the boiled fish, put yolks of eggs
in "ricer" and. sprinkle entire top
of fish with the egg yolks as they
come through the' ricer.
Cream of Parsley Sauce.
Use the cream sauce as given
above, adding one thin slice of an
onion to it'. When ready to serve
take out onion aiid add two table
spoons jfuH ; of niinced .parsley..
Turn a little over the boiled fish
and send the remainder to the
table in gravy-boat.
One and one-Half cups stock,
one-fourth cup of vinegar,' one
slice of onion, thicken with flour,
boil ten. minutes, add one small
cucumber pickle, one-half a green
.sweet pepper and five chives, all
chopped fine. Garnish fish with
slices of lemon, on which sprinkle
miced oarsley. Send cream sauce
to table irrgravy boat.
1 Tartar Sauce.
One tablespoon of vinegar, two
tablespoons of Worcestershire
sauce, one tablespoon of lemon
Juice, two saltspoons of salt. Put
all into bowl or saucepan and set
. in hot water to heat. Brown two
tablespoons of butter, being care
ful npt to burn it. Add to the
other ingredients and serve hot.
1 . . Cauce Tartare.
. Put the yolks of four eggs into
saucepan, add one-half .teaspoon
of salt, onenalf teaspoon of dry
mustard. Stir until there are no
lumps, add alternately a teaspoon
at -a time olive oil and'taragon
vinegar until the mixture is of
creamy consistency. Ada one tea
spoon of chopped onion, one tea
.spooriof minced parsley and a
teaspoon of grated horseradish.
Serve very cold.
Three tablespoons of cooked,
mayonnaise, pnehalf tablespoon
of onion, one-tablespoon of horse
radish, one ,tablepqon of cucum
ber pickl'e'.Put these through the
meat grinder, blen4.it with the
of'eream. .Serve' verv cold.
"iow tney ciaim yiat ine nu-
man body contains sulphur."
"Qh, in- varying quantities."
"Well, that may account for'
some, girls make better matches