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cheeks. But it was with laughter.
"Adolphus," she gasped, "I never
never heard anything so amusing
in my life."
But somehow we all knew that she
understood. And Emery said he heard
her tell father afterward that she
guessed she understood. Anyway,
she's a reformed character now, and
we like her and father equally.
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH BREAD CRUMBS
BY CAROLINE COE.
Save the crumbs and the loaves
will take care of themselves!
There's a new twist to an old
adage, and the housekeeper who
throws away in crumbs almost half
the bread she buys or bakes may find
it worthy of her consideration she'll
find it much more profitable than to
worry about her grocery bill.
But there's one thing to be remem
bered in saving crumbs and pieces of
bread, never save moldy bread.
Crumbs may be stale, but they must
not be moldy or else they are neither
healthful or palatable.
After the crumbs, or the small bits
have been gathered from the table or
from the bread box they should be
placed in a warm oven to dry. They
must not be baked or toasted, just
dried. "When the bread is crisp roll
it with a rolling pin and sift through
a fine sieve and then put the crumbs
away in an air tight can.
There are dozens of ways in which
bread crumbs may be used in pud
dings and croquettes and in sauces,
but some of the ways I have tested
in my own kitchen and found good
' are given here. Give them a trial, I am
sure you will find them good, and I
know you will find them a great aid
to economy in the kitchen.
Crumbs as Desert; Two Good Recipes
For a Brown Betty pudding pre
pare two cups of bread crumbs by
sprinkling over them' a half cup of
brown sugar, one-half teaspoon of
cinnamon. Chop three cups of tart
apples. Butter thoroughly a deep
pudding pan. Put a layer of apples
on the bottom, then layer of crumbs,
adding bits of butter to each layer
of crumbs. Put in layers until all is
jised, having tap layer of cnimbs;
cover pan and bake 45 minutes in a
moderate oven; then remove cover
and the top of the pudding; serve
with sugar and cream.
Butter muffin pans thoroughly.
Mix one cup of crumbs with one egg
and two tablespoons of milk. Add
one-half cup of sugar and one-half
teaspoon of baking powder; line the
muffin pan all round and on bottom
with crumb mixture; leave space in
center. Pill space with apple-sauce
and raisins and bake 20 minutes in
moderate oven. Serve with foamy
Bread Crumbs Good With Ice. Cream.
Take one cup of medium coarse
crumbs, mix one-half cup of sugar
put in pan in quick oven. Stir until
crumbs seem coated with melted
sugar. Allow to cool, and add to ice
cream in freezer just before packing.
Mix thoroughly. This amount is suffi
cient for three pints of cream.
For crumb cookies use two cups
fine bread crumbs, one cup of lard,
one cup of white sugar, one-half cup
of molasses. Mix together, adding
two eggs and beat rapidly. Put two
even teaspoons of soda into one-half
cup of sour milk; add to crumb mix
ture. Mix one even teaspoon of salt,
with one of cinnamon and stir all to
gether. Add enough flour to roll, or
drop from spoon. Put a drop of jelly
on top of each cookie and bake
WHY SHOULDN'T HE BE?
"'Dat baby ob you's," said Mrs.
Jackson, "am de puffect image ob his
"Yas," answered Mrs. Johnson, "he
am a reg'lar carbon copy." Ladies'