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But he said no more. Holding the
monkey tightly to, him he walked
away. And LiHth knew! She knew
that the mother instinct,vhich alone
can hold a man, had failed her; she
knew that she had, irretrievably lost
him. He had found her out at last.
"Little mascot," said John, when
he set Minnie down upon his table,
"there's a long letter from spine one
in Boston that we haven't answered
yet. Shall we write to her this after
noon?" And Minnie picked up his. pen just
at that moment and held it toward
THEM ARE THE HAPPY DAYS IN BACKYARDS
" 43 O
SCRAMBLING SCRAMBLED EGGS
One of Caroline Coe's Tested Recipes
Pierpont Morgan has said that
"you can't unscramble eggs," and I
might add that few people can even
They should be soft enough to eat
on toast and well seasoned with salt.
"Oscar," the famous chef of the"
Waldorf Astoria, gave me his recipe
for' scrambled eggs, one of the things
for which that famous hotel prides
itself. " .
SAra'es'three-times- as-many yolks
as whites, so if you are making a
cake where you useinany whites you
can have "eggs. Oscar" for breakfast
the next morning.
Use the yolka of three eggs to two
whole eggs. Put a half cup of milk
and a tablespoon of butter in 'the
skillet with a generous pinch of salt:
Stir about until of the consistency
of thick cream and serve on toast.
A Toast. May your coffee and the
slanders uttered against you be-alike
without grounds. -, ' fV