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TRY THIS ORANGE CUSTARD.
Confection That Will Be Appreciated on a Hot Day. A delightful dessert, called orange custard, is made by taking the Juice of a sweet orange and half the rind, which has been boiled until tender. After it has cooled and has been beat en fine in a mortar, a tea spoonful of brandy should be added with the orange Juice, half a cup or more of granulated sugar and the yolks of four eggs. Into this mixture is poured two cups of boiled cream or rich milk, and the whole beaten until the custard is cold; then it tihould be poured into custard cups, with a bit of preserved orange placed on the top of each cup, and served at once or set away to cool. Butter and orange Juice is prepared by mixing the juice of three sweetened oranges with as many teaspoonfuls of rose water, then adding the well-beatea yoks of six eggs, the whites of four and two cupfuls of powdered sugar. The mixture should be stirred over a slow Are till it thickens, then a table syocnful of butter should be poured into a dessert dish and set away to :ool. , VIENNOISE PUDDING IS GOOD. Dessert Dish That Should Be Server with Sweet Sauce. Put two t'ablespoonfuls of granulat ed sugar into a. small pan over the fire; let it melt and become a rich brown color, but not black; allow to cocl for a few minutes, then add three-quarters of a pint of milk. 1 will at first cause the sugar to set In a hard lump. That is quite right; merely stir it over the fire (or a few minutes, and as the milk bscomes hot the sugar wi'.l remelt. Mix together in a basin three ounce3 cf cleaned sultana rai3inj, three tablsscccaiub of susar, the gr'ated rind and strayed juice 'of one small lemon and .five ounces of bread cut into small cube3 like ordinary dice. Add the colored milk and allow to remain in a cool place for ten min ute.3. Beat up two ess and add them with on9 glas3 of home-maie wine Let soak for 15 minutes. Pour the mixturo Into a buttered mold. Twist a i iece of buttered paper over the tcp. Put the mold In the steamer for about one hcur. Turn out and serve with sweet sauce. Frosh Rolls Daily. When molding out the leaves sel. aside anv desired quantity of the deuch into the ice box. If kept per fed ly cold this will remain sweat an indefinite toe and can be shaped into rolls, used as basis for a raisin bread coffee cake, or In any way desired Allow about 2'o hours in a warm place for raising the dough. If rolls are desired for breakfast mold them the last thins before retiring and set thsm where they will not be too warm. They will be ready for the oven in the morning. In this way fresh bread stuff in a variety of kind3 may be had all through the week. For raisin bread add to two cups of the dough two-thirds of a cup of sugar and a cup of s?eded raisins. Mix thor oughly and let raise three hours. 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