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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 06, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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Stripes and Plaits
By Betty Brown
Stripes, huge in width and bril
liant in hue, crowd the dress goods
The best results in making up
these cloths are produced by plaiting
Plain kilts are graceful and there- ,
fore always popular, but box-rplajted
stripes are still uncommon enough to
be called novel. A most attractive,
arrangement is shown in the iljystra -tion.
Tbe broad girdle Qr sash pf the
skirting is also new.
By Biddy Bye.
Not many fish disb.es will be given
in this series of menus because mar
ket conditions and prices vary so
greatly in different localities. Canned
fish, however, has a place in Lenten,
fare which every housewife should
Untcn Menus For One Day
BREAKFAST Prun.e find oream;
cprnmeaj muffins; coffee or cpgoa.
LUNCHEON Corn pudding; let
tuce sapdwicbes; tea.
DINNER Salmon loaf; baked po
tatoes; tomatqei on toast; orange
fluff; coffee.
Salmon Loaf.
Flake the fish pf one can of sal
mon and mix with 1 CUP of dried
bread crumbs, 1 beaten egg, and
cup of milk. Season with salt, pep
per and minced parsley, pack in a
well buttered baking, pan, season
With pepper and bake naif an hour.
Corn Pudding.
.Mix the contents or l can of corn
with 1 beaten egg, cup pf milk,
ajid season with salt and pepper and
a few drops of onion juice. Bake in
a well buttered pudding dish in a
moderate oven for 30 minutes, or un
til it sets like a, custard.
Orange Fluff.
Mix tablespoons of corn starch I ,
with cup of sugar; stir gradually
into 2 "cups of boiling water, ,and
when it thickens, set in a double-boil-,
er; cook 2 hours. Beat in cup of
orange juice, and the whites of 2
beaten eggs. Turn into molds to
cqpI. Serve with custard sauce flav
ored with orange, J

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