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FAVORITE RECIPES OF MOVIE
By Louise Fazenda.
Cooking Is like painting or writing
verse, I think. They who make a
great success of it must be born with
the cooking spirit, as it were.
But though I fully believe thiswise
also believe that any one may knowg
enough about the enviable art to woo
Dan Cupid in at the window and
chase the wolf away from the door.
T have a penchant for making jel
lies both .because they are pretty and
because they are toothsome.
One of my favorite recipes is egg
jelly. The ingredients for this in
clude 1 oz. of gelatine, 1 pint pf cold j
water, 1 lemon, iy2 lbs of loaf sugar
and the yolk of 5 eggs.
The method is to dissolve the gela
tine in the water and stand it aside
for about an hour. After this, put it
in a stew pan, with the lemon peel
and sugar, letting it all come to a
simmering poin. Have in a basin, all
ready, the yolks of the five eggs,
which must have been well beaten,
and add the contents of the stew "pan.
While pouring add the juice of a lem
on also. Strain the whole through
muslin into a mold.
"Early to bed and early to rise"
Has made me very healthy,
But, very much to my surprise,
It's never made me wealthy.
MAYBE THEY'RE COMFY, WE KNOW THEY'RE
CUTE, SO WELCOME THE PANTALET MAID
.BY BETTY BROWN
Don't say flippant things about the
pantalets. You'll probably be wear
ing them with your new frock and
the woman next door will be wearing
them, too. 'For they've come to stay
for a while; they are no longer a fad
nor a freak of fashion, but a style
that has the approval of the Fashion
Art League of America.
I asked me. Marguerite a mem
ber of the league today to show me
an authoritative gown that would
forecast the modes .of the. winter sea
son, and out from the show rooms
tripped a pretty young mannikin
garbed as you see her here, in a love
ly three-piece gown and pantalets.
You'd never guess from a merely
polite glance at the costume that the
little "troudies" are separate affairs
and the gown may be work with or
without They are made of old gold
puBsy willow taffeta to correspond
with the color scheme of the gown;
they are gathered at the knees on
elastic bands and they are to be pulled
up stocking-fashion where they are
held firmly over the -knees by the
A band of blue and gold oriental
embroidery is set on at the bottom.
The coat of the ''pantalette gown"
is made of gold color suede cloth, j
lined with richly embroidered blue,;