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COOK

SOUPS STOCK.

SOUP of all meat and

the meat

let it

slowly

and

set to cool

cool

take

soup

for

in

3

it is

to

STOCK."

Boil until

juice to

enough cover, by passing through stove adding to gallon stock

out

soda.

loaspoonfuls

Bottle

SPLIT

OF

pint split peas, put

cold

water,

pound and

1 small

salt

pork

simmer

vegetables

then butter

some

I.

added

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same

can

of baked

level teaspoon

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size of egg

out

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pan a

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added,

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keep indifinitely.

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of beans

Christy.

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pepper.

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colander.

with

serve

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sired. de-

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juice back teaspoonfulssalt and

carrot, 1 onion,

4 hours.

the

through

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to

tomatoes, squeezing juice pulp can be separated

tight and

into

stock

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PEAS."

half

make

whole

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PUREE

When

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of

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use.

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covered.

well

ready

with

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the

of

3 hours.

2

or

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6, take one-fourth and quart boiling water any

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top and

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and

of soup

Mrs.

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eggs

portion

1

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grated,

in.

of

cup

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bay leaf,

last add

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with

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boil 2 and

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or

3 minutes.

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well

beaten /.

serve.

TOMATO

Simmer

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medium

sized

salt and

pepper

fresh

1

with

tomatoes

yolks of Christy.

tomatoes

can

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8

or

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serve

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to each

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consomme

one

sugar,

spoon tea-

one

cups.

cup. John

Deehle.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAND THEATERS PHILALETHEAN

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boiler

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15

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in

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boil,in

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taste.

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(Serves 6).

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cups

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water,

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minced

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with

butter.

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hot

milk.

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a

little of

seasoning 20

niin-

parsley or celery Miss

.

water

of

cup

vegetables

over

is

add

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stock, 2 tablespoons

celery tops.

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of rice

butter, 1

peanut

parsley

longer.

hot.

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milk,

vegetables, cook

broth, seasonings and

minutes

few

a

all

cup

and

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THE

COOK

BOOK

21

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tablespoons

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baskets

with of

large bread

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the

over

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their

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pepper,

strain

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put

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flour

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pour

small

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little horseradish

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before

before

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toast

butter.

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and

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tablespoon vinegar, juice

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ened thick-

serving Joseph Lamphear, Kenyon,

TOAST."

seasoned

of toast

add

required amount hour

slices

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1

a

sauce,

oyster liquor.

and

water

in

thick

hot

every

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drops

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square

place

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tomato

thoroughly.

in hot

then

in

centers

cream:

Mrs,

tablespoon

1

liquor

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milk,

them.

of the

cup

of

oysters and

tablespoons or

make

boiler,when

COCKTAIL."

sauce,

To

Serve

the

inch

milk,

teaspoon

pint oysters.

one-half

toasting.

quantity

OYSTER take

1

by scooping out

and

one

in double

small

cream

are

then

milk

a

made

from

spoon

and

and

cream

which

1 cup

cream,

into

with

seasoned

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dip

squares,

in pan,

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chill

on

each

salt, pepper

edsres of oysters curl. until butter, put in hot oven in the same be served picking Kippered herring may way, the herring in small bits ; also toast with cheese, adding a till small piece of pimento as a garnish, putting in oven

and

S. M.

Mrs.

melts.

cheese

Allen. .

OYSTERS."

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l)ut in

layer

a

of

layer

of bread

oysters,

season

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crumbs

with

with

salt and

a

bits of

pudding dish, butter, then a

pepper; of crumbs

repeat

this

and bits of full,leaving a layer with milk and the or cream liquor butter on 20 minutes. the top. Cover and bake carefully pour over the dish and WTien done if not sufficientlybrown uncover Mrs. N. G. Clark. brown quickly. until

the dish

is

the top. Mix

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose, Attorney-atLaw,

ONIONS, Phone246; Res.372J FRUIT, POTATOES, PHILALETHEAN

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COOK

PRESSED

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tablespoons cold water, yolks 1

melted can

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small

one-half cut

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in small

let all

in

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come

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every

take level

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as

season

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of the

the

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add

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milk

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be

until

it

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cooked.

until

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should

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cream,

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hard

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the

of eggs

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milk

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and

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from

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shaped croquettes

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aside

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eggs

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together are added as adding milk to them

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or

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lump

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desired.

together

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of

tablespoons

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wine

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CROQUETTES." the

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BURG.

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23

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fourth

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the

and

croquettes, roll in

droj) into boiling lard

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to

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CROQUETTES,"

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COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

24

when

butter.

cool form eggs

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pint

juice. Spread

own

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dessert

re-crumb,

hot.

Christine

Strang,

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

To Buy,Sellor Tradesee Christiaiisoii and Simmons THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

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roll very

enough

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fry

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well, then

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salt and

per pep-

fat.

Mrs.

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CROQUETTES." Qne can salmon, twomuch cooked to rice,2 eggs, salt and pepper er slightlyand mold into croquettes, roll in crack-

crumbs

and

fry

in hot

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add

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to

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then

perfectly dry, in cracker

stiff

25

CROQUETTES."

4 crackers

put

BOOK

silver

pepper

to

crumbs

and

lard. Mrs.

CORQUETTES."Fick fork, add taste, add egg

and

about 1

8

drop

salmon

into

into

.

Blessing. in

pieces and

croquettes, roll

in

boilingfat. "Mrs.

NICHOLS" LATHROP

N.

crackers, rolled fine,salt form

egg,

A.

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THE MEIfS STORE

Go." The Richelieu Store Reinhold-Galloway Grocery 26

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

BOOK

MEATS HAM."

STEAMED

kettle.

hard

pressing down dried

bread

Brown

in

with

crumbs hot

a

stick

until

it

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a

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in

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more.

with

size of the

Mrs.

Remove

CALVES

STUFFED

thoroughly, leaving a sharp knife, make

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and

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well

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bake

closely and or

until

pan

with

to prepare

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one

hot

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at

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heart

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cut

LOAF."

eggs, per

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milk, Bake

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the

over

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they

are

it.

with "

,

and

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left

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quart

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er Cov-

2 hours

fine served

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a

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and

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"

MEAT

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of

for about

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and

heart

hour.

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the heart

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few

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fill this

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in

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"

of

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ham,

skin

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all

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ham.

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of

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a

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meal

corn

3 hours

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ham.

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cold.

of

sugar

finish

is formed.

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pan

a

in the

full of whole

large piece

baking

paste made

a

in moderate

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and

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BAKED

10 o’clock

at

on

large kettle add 1 pint vinegar to the water of brown crust a skin, make

5 o’clock

At

ham

a

steamer

a

4 o’clock

At

water.

in

dinner

6 o’clock

Fnt

pork, and

2

pej)-

of water

L. J. Finch.

Colo. JOHN L.STIVERS, Attomey-atLaw, Montrose,

27

Fresh

Cured

and

MEATS Wholesale

Retail

and

Judgment A

good

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the

every

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if

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things

for

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28

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UNITED

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SavingsDepartment DEPOSITOEY.

FirstNationalBank Montrose,Colorado

THEATERS

VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAMD

pound veal, 1 pound beef, and ers, pound pork ground together, 1 bay leaf,2 eggs, 3 crackMEAT

1

29

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

LOAF.

rolled

One

"

one-half

fine, 1 onion,

half

and

to

niilk.

teaspoon ginger taste,1 cup sweet

bacon

bake

it and

on

a

teaspoon cinnamon,

pinch

of sage,

Make

into

PATTIES."

MEAT

cooked

fill with

little water.

finely

black

pe])per

with

the

dried

or

3 small

as

shape, put in bake slowly one

needed

the

long

Mrs.

W.

lean

to the

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small

DBIED

butter

in milk

BEEF."

put in the beaten thick.

Serve

CHILI 1

then

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till dish

One

cup

Cut

green

few

done,

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for

a

Mrs.

tomatoes, flour

considered

verv

to

fine 1

a

them

into

little water

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water

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finely chopped

the W.

1

thicken

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"

Smith.

beef

pound

in hot

Mrs.

and This

John

and

lard, chili

tablespoon gravy.

is

sauce

little water

fine.

milk, divide

and

little while and

pepper

eggs

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stir until

up

the

pint of milk, 2 eggs. cook 5 minutes, then

and

and

and

little

a

W.

salt

to

press

with

"

onion, fry a

and

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sized

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add

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CON

medium

and

the

a

Mrs.

beef, 1 tablespoon butter, one-half Melt

market), three rolled fine, 1 tea

the

2 hours.

pan.

one-half

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to

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pan

one-half

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baking

FBICASSEE

baking

a

with

enough

thoroughly and

and

cover

cook

crumbs Mix

meat.

loaves.

smooth and

and

teaspoons salt,mix crumbs, then add them

the

puff paste,

pepper,

pounds

moisten

to

stir all with 2

2

pepper,

if needed

into

and

pork chopped together (at beaten, 1 cup cracker crumbs

"spoon

with

pans

paste.

well

then

salt

Three

Langdon.

little bits of butter

crumbs

LOAF."

pepper

hours.

Clarence

salt

pound

and

with

cracker

BEEF

eggs

patty

chopi)ed meat, Season

rolled

the

bake

Line

one-half

Mrs.

"

one-

loaf,lay stripsof

a

and

slowlj^two

salt and

boil is

a

Baker.

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Milkand Cream and ICES. Pasteurized COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

POT until

PIE.

of flour the

in a. pan, of the

center

Ksible.

in

Cut

in hot

drop

Mix

Hour.

at

one

and

Serve

thin

as

3

E.

Pettit

at once.

hoef

pint flour, 2 teaspoons baking milk. Mix teaspoon salt, one dry cup add milk. Drop in spoonfuls in boiling

and

ingredients

stock, keep

and

onceover

cook

12

DUMPLINGS."

One

milk

and

large

and

enough

a

half

10

Bnj

thick.

for

2 hours.

Pound

fat

until

flavor

If onion then

brown,

minutes.

a

steak, cut of flour

cup

brown

fat

STEAK."

in

of the

gray (I hcmrs.

then

butter

LOAF.

half rest

and

while

crumbs

cracker

and

and

and

top

as

it browns.

one

Serve

inch beat

and and and

N.

steak

Put

eggs.

hot.

NICHOLS" LATHROP.

Phelps. trim

into it.

all Sear

Steam

over

ground

Salt

milk.

steak.

meat.

and of

bits of butter

of sweet

F.

oven

in hot

Make

of

layer

in

set in steamer.

pour

pounds

side, then

and

flour

or

it thoroughly.

in the

put

"

then

i)an

pint

2

into

inch

onions

desired, fry

hot.

three

in

of meat.

milk

Three

"

of loaf

on

board

butter, put in pan

Serve

VEAL

I*ut

the steak

off,])uton

iKich side

^Take a

an

let it simmer

them

remove

Strehlke.

either

on

and is

Mrs.

"

"Mrs. SWISS

spoon tea-

baking powder, 1 Drop in kettle from

round

a

Pry in hot fat until on boiling water it,cover

pour

Lupher.

teaspoons

cook

STEAK."

Parker

flour, one-fourth

stir well.

to

and

cover

s])oon,

SWISS inch

one-half

and

salt, one

of

pint

minutes.

Mrs.

"

egg

inches,

One

"

one-half

powder,

pos-

as

by

"C. DUMPLINGS,

fat in

pour

inches

one-half

water

quantity

small

a

roll

and

time.

a

Put

pepper

well

and

strips one

gray

off fat.

little salt and

a

in salted

boiled

mutton

skim

tender, then

very

Tl

BOOK

piece of

^A

"

PhoneM25

Baste

to

boiled

cracker loaf "

Tague.

veal, mix

pepper

sliced and

Mrs.

taste.

eggs,

crumbs

with

Mrs.

in

milk

Tague.

forMen HighGradeShirts

32

PALAFF."

fine,one onion

then one

the

green

rice and

When

onion

meat.

Then

bake

hour.

one

This

into

make

of lamb

is

usually

First

Mrs.

remove

in

rack

in hot

put

the

small

a

every

quantity

level

2

beaten, of

with

in cubes

meat

to cover

and

salt and

stew

"

and stew

pepper.

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of water

bread

cups

roast

Place

be

sary neces-

while

ing cook1 egg,

crumbs,

tablespoons butter, 1-3 teaspoon

Cut

Mrs.

Carl

Anderson.

brown

gently

3 hours.

one

hour.

per, pep-

sage.

left-over pound of lightly in frying pan. Add

another

Crust:

and

leg Ke-

stuffing. sprinkle with flour.

salt,I/2tablespoon of

PIE.

caul.

Place

"

MEAT

salt

15 minutes.

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meat.

pinch

and

Corbut. A

filled with

pan

baste

and

oven

to

well

dropping

and

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with

market

sprinkle

to be

bone

butter

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the

from

sent

Put

is fine for luncheons.

WITH

LAMB

OF

caul, wipe meat,

move

on

LEG

roll.

a

Add

top.

one

stir in tomatoes,

is brown

"

BOAST

beef, ground

of tomatoes,

can

chopped fine,over

pepper,

and

water

in butter.

of

pound

rice,one-half

uncooked

cup

fried

One

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

CHINESE

FLOWERS

IT WITH

SAY

Add

Then

or

raw

water

onion, carrot

thicken

and

and

season

to

ing flour, pinch salt,14 teaspoon bakpowder, 2 teaspoons lard or butter, 14 ^^P niilk. Sift milk to dry ingredients together, cut in shortening. Add Roll lightly on form soft dough. floured board and place Bake in moderate till crust on oven pan containing meat. taste.

is done.

Will

one

fine, 3 salt, a leaf, 1

sevre

^^P

five

people.

LOAF."

MEAT

FINE

pork,

^2

One

pound beef, ground well

beaten,

2

Mrs.

"

F. A. Smith

pound veal, one together, 6 crackers sweet

milk,

pound rolled

2

teaspoons little cayenne ^/^ teaspoon ginger, 1 bay pepper, 1 tablespoon of lemon grated onion, juice. Place eggs

stripsof

bacon

on

cups

top of loaf and

bake "

one

Mrs.

hour F. H.

or

longer.

Reinhold "

JOHNSOfTS GREENHOUSE

Them IsNot Complete Witfaont A Party THE

PHILALETHEAN

STEAK."

SMOTHERED

crumbs, dash

A

follows:

as

1 egg,

eggs,

of rolled

LEG

fry in

OF

off.

and

hot

in

oven

a

with

red

pepper

until

done

and

HAM.

in water

one

"

Slice

hour, place

I"owdered mustard, of vinegar. Add a

brown little

the in

ham

baking

sugar

and

water,

baste

Mrs.

Tague.

thick,soak

sprinkle

with

tablespoonfuls

two

often. "

Phone Montrose 585

all of

hot.

inch

pan,

40 minutes.

into

salt and

serve

one

milk,

Hadley.

trim

and

"

BAKED

of

E.

and

leg of lamb

steak,

Make

Mrs.

"

this

Busey.

1 cup

butter.

fryings. Take

with

of round

crumbs,

a

to taste.

Calie

"

pounds

bread

or

Cover

Bake

2

salt,pepper

Z/Aif5."

skin

flour well.

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hours.

tered but-

bread

2 cups

steak

the

a

prepare

butter,salt

Cover

done-half

cracker

with

season

pattiesand

outside

an

one

i)epper,

milk,

sweet

cup

i)epper.

PATTIES."

1 cup

salt and

in

steak

round

a

tablespoonfulmelted

bake

MEAT

2

One

of cayenne

dressing and

add

1

Fnt with

baking dish, season

dressing

83

BOOK

COOK

Bake B.

P.

about Marks.

34

CHIROPRACTIC FOR Chiropractic idea

The

in the

afflicted.

person

in the

body

brain,

which

The

is controlled

by

it transmits of the

of

mental

called

function

is that

HEALTH

the

function mental

thru

of every

impulses

the

organ the

from

pingement im-

Any

nerves.

interferingwith

nerves

is

of disease

cause

the

mission trans-

impulses results in an abnormal the disease. Chiropractic removes

and overcomes nerves disease, and upon pressure 90 per cent of so-called necessary ov^r operations can he overcome thru Chiropractic adjustments. Do

gets case

to

nowhere.

you is taken

when

result

Consultation the

prejudice or ignorance. Chiropractic gets you well.

listen

not

and

to be

is known

examination

That No

impossible.

without,

charge

at

office.

DR. T. A. GRESHAM Graduated

colleges

in two Three

Office

Phone

M.

years

487

Four

THAT

COAL ALL

in

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college 330

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PHILALETHEAN

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35

BOOK

POULTRY AND GAME CHICKEN When

boiled

chicken

have

boiled

in with

of cold

spoonful

and

taste

fine

a

the

chicken

gravy

and

top off with

individual

size.

bottom

the

rounds

in

baked

getting

pour

the

FOWL.

pieces as boil

and each

would

you until in

piece

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"

for

tender,

of

the

butter

each

on

browned, the

put and

and

the

in

in

hang

a

break

boil

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from

Avith melted buttered

the

bird.

with

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bread

and

D.

or

under

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with

and

ALL

fried

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chicken

roll

ing, shortenbottom

piece of nicely

and size

truss, put of

hot

to

fat.

each cress

1

D.

bird.

SHOP GUARANTEED.

WHERE

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birds, must so

not

as

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to

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each

bird,

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and

hot

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piece of

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nutmeg

a

with

with

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roasting place Serve

fried

the

bread "

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and

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cut

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Collins.

enough

pan

thicken.

minutes

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butter

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delicious

45

keeps

crust

again. After removing chicken,

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of

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wild game Grouse, like most before using, then pick ^ith care

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nice

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the

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than

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pork

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carrots,a and

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"

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whole

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the

from

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pan

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and

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with

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two

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mixed

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into

cut

color, add

to

rabbit

the

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a

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it with

season

as

PHILALETHEAN

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36

en, chick-

together. 6

lemon. Mix

cream

with

sauce

2

and

and

put in baking

fill

with

on

Mrs.

the A,

cracker

top. G.

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COOK

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with

salt and

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fourths with

cup

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pork

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stew

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and

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flour

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with

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chicken.

to cover,

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dozen

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flour.

fili.

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plate.

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into

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on

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simmer

let

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wrap

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hot, place

chicken,

in

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carrots, 1 onion, lemon, salt and pepper,

COUNTRY

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three-

and

2

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:

sauce

almonds.

10 lbs. roa^t

baste

and

oven

stock

Mrs.

"

4

tablespoons flour,

3

add

not

for

water

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:

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on

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pepper.

ROAST."

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cook

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cup

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salt

the

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VENISON of

and

the

with

three

on

pour

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pepper,

cooked

of cold

1 cup

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3

Brown

"^a"on

balls

into

beaten, shape

37

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COLLOPS.

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to

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brown.

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THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

CHICKEN

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flour,2 level teaspoons baking powder, salt,tablespoons butter,mix like biscuits, add and make soft as a soft dough, as egg to 1 cup milk for bread, spread dough over chicken the boneless sponge and gravy. Have ilrs. Carrie McNay. plenty of gravj cups

"

BROILED."

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both

sides

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serve

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hot

a

and

dry

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over

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put

with

a

flour

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in

paste, cook

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dripping.

in

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quick

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was

boiled.

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season

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room

loaf

the and

one

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in cold the

celery

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soft

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to

add

taste some

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in too

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cool,

with

up

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flour

and

a

turkey much,

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a

fire to

come

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is old

brisk

which

put

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venison.

turkey

prepare:

bread

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from

1 hour.

do not

water.

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boiled

made

liquor in

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paper

butter

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of

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paste

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about

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it

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paper

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with

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baste

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it is done and

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deep baking dish

a

thick.

it

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sheet

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them

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water

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a

and

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leg

turn

done.

VENISON"

thick

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fire,

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clear,bright and

served

be

steak, sprinkle

HAUNCH

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the

clear

quick

a

the

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a

out

bowl.

to make

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"

H.

C. L.

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E D. ROSE-Manuf acbirerofICECREAM, SHERBETS THE

40

ROASTED

TURKEY."

PHILALETHEAN

Have

days before cooking, salting at

about

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breast

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to

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pepper

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time

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of

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dressing

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VEGETABLES ASPARAGUS

lengths with

ON

TOAST."

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fresh

;

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hours.

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keep

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CABBAGE."

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size of

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the

to

sure

let

two-thirds

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of beans.

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CAULIFLOWER."

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milk

top

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pints of beans,

3

water

and

water

molasses,

cup

hours.

12

sugar

minutes.

15

night

in cold

then

beans, the

score

three-fourths

or

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over

until

water

two-thirds

10

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pieces,add and

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the

"

BEANS."

BAKED

with

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dressing.

cream

cooking

CREAM."

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Selected.

"

ASPARAGUS

equal

of toast

squares

on

sliced

a

in

stalks

the

Serve

be added

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of

size pour

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make

2

salt spoon serve.

of pepper.

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the

cabbage, "

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THE

42

MOULDS 4

OF

CARROTS."

1 to 2 cups

eggs,

salt, one-fourth into

cut

Drain

and

melted custard

minutes

to 30

into center and

out

with

beans boil

until

simmer

water,

then

with

into

Cover.

draw

the

on

them

1

off

and

tea.spoon salt

2

in 2 heads tender

of

add

minutes

and

serve

cob,

egg,

pepper

1

at

butter.

once.

PUDDING."

quart milk, and

and

flour

with

1

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milk,

pepper

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oven

GREENS." with

cover

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a

all

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scraped

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size of

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2

the

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put

you

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on

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salt to taste, 3 eggs.

ingredientscarefully, bake

pork

hour.

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with

the

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part

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from

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"

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until

and

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boil

20

bake

blade

knife

butter.

BOILED

greased

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"

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BEANS."

done.

season

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quickly,

up

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sauce.

LIMA

with

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hot

or

rots, car-

in

in pan

dry.

cream

GREEN

tender

rots, car-

1 teaspoon

the

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sized

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comes

serve

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all other

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milk,

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PHILALETHEAN

and ery ev-

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VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAND THEATERS THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

LETTUCE,

WILTED

dish, a

cut

small

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BOOK

4

across

piece

of fat ham

hot

very

lettuce.

add

Mix

well

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5 times

or

43

of

well

with

garnish

it

pour

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hard

boiled

ONIONS."

onions.

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the

strong change

onions

crumbs

and

layer

with

season

with

bake

nice

a

skin

crumbs

Moisten

top.

on

after

full,layer

milk

BALLS."

deep

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fat

delicate

a

skin

place

a

2 cups

onion, 2

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until

them

few

3 eggs,

meat, salt and

stiff,add

in the

beaten

and

oven

puffs

minutes.

ground real

in

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off

cup

pepper the egg.

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the

add

the

size

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butter, and

fry

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bake, turning

often

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them

out

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balls

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til un-

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parsnipe, 1

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table vege-

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into

egg

Christy.

layer

a

butter.

cream,

and

milk

the

off, slice

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pint

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egg.

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STUFFED peppers,

salt

with

parsnips, season and

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tablespoon

butter, 1

in

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"

PARSNIP

each

I

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with

layer

with

baking dish, enough

crumbs, and

brown.

cream

in

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large

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a

PLANT."

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6

boiling,separate

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the

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in

sprinkle with salt. Pry brown, cut in small pieces.

vinegar and

and

lettuce

and

until

cup

washed

mashed

potatoes, Beat

to taste.

beaten

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yolks, in

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add

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with one-half

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seed

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highly seasoned

has

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chicken Fill

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slices in

dip

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with

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fry.

range

season

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cover

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back

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and

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tender,

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and

remove

peppers,

on

cubes

mixture,

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BOOK

until

in thin

plant

egg

crumbs

one-half

Then

in

Cut

of flour.

PEPPERS."

let stand

tomato.

veal.

onions

one-eighth teaspoon

rice add

COOK

salt,pepper,

hour.

in cracker

10 minutes

peppers been

one-half

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end

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the

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the

PHILALETHEAN

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44

boiling water,

cup

and

mustard

teaspoonful

1 tablespoon

beaten

Cook yolks of 2 eggs. thickens, stirring almost

mixture

1

in stantly. con-

with

and salt,pepper and cayenne pepper just before serving add 1 tablespoon currant jelly separated be used into small pieces, 1 tablespoon sugar may instead Mrs. Strang. of the jelly. Season

"

CROQUETTE."

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then egg

add and

salt and

with 2 well

cracker

beaten dust.

Add bake

slice into it

in hot

POTATOES."

ESCALLOPED and

Make

this till very

into fat.

1 hour.

balls Mrs.

"

Butter

potatoes, alternate with seasoning, salt,pe])per, butter enough milk to come up well around raw

mashed

quart

butter, beat

eggs.

Fry

One

the

and

toes, pota-

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granite pan layers of potatoes

and

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the

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potatoes "

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PHILALETHEAN

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CHIPS."

shavings

on

vegetable

a

for 1 hour.

water

in

Fry

brown.

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from

f i-yingbasket

Dust

paper. hot

the

as

allow

the

kettle

with

salt.

to

teaspoon

butter, ])are

boiled

baked,

butter are

before

time

and

covered

BAKED

cook a

cold

sweet

them

in

drain

dust

with

a

BEANS.

"

of

1

One

ent absorb-

fat is not

the

they

brown.

cup

s;vTup

Also another

frying

Selected.

brown

brown that

cold

glaze. ^^ of

pound

have

until "

beans,

1

sugar,

from

made bake

cinnamon,

fine

lifting

on

that

potatoes

a

towel.

TSecipe)." Eight

water,

cup

a

ice

delicately

are

before

{Cuban

jjotatoes, one-half

sugar,

in

dry

thin

in

soak

to

"

POTATOES

or

into

potatoes.

SWEET sweet

each

reheat

sliced

and

put tp

on

Luney,

and

careful

cook

brown

possiblebefore

as

and Be

must

potatoes

fat

1portion of

the

fat

Fill

J. M,

allow

curl

they

from

free

as

and

the water

oil until

or

potatoes

cutter

Lift from

fat

deep

Pare

a

it in well.

until

oven

"Mrs, HARATOGA

with

success.

pressing

in

top.

too

of the

have

and

to taste

thoroughly

much

set

a

be

and

insides,being and pulp smooth

the

Beat

and

off

the

mixture,

pan

till done

pepper

moist.

the

a

them

Mash

beating depends

shells

empty

Then

soft and

the

on

as

Salt

sufficient

a

baking, cutting

remove

the skins.

cream.

very

Bake

crisp, then

are

and

end.

Pare

for

potatoes

each

to break

not

butter

the

sized

good portion of

45

SOUFFLE."

POTATO of

^number

BOOK

been

water,

the

toes pota-

Selected. until

boiled

sized tender, pour into a baking pa^n and add : 1 medium onion, cut fine. ^ ^.-teaspoonful of ‘^"round mustard, 4 tablestead). in(some use su-^rar s])oonfuls of white karo or molasses to suit taste,slice bacon thin and Salt anf* r^^-^^er –

scatter

over

substituted

the

to^^

for bacon

"

bake to

one a

very

hour.

Pork

chops

may

be

good ad^vantasfe. "

Mrs.

John

E.

Deno.

Cok JOHN L STIVERS, Attomey-atLaw, Montrose^

Co." TheRichelieu Store Reinhotd-GaDoway Grocery THE

PHILALETHEAN

A

BLACK

Wash

him

inake

him

MAN’S

and

finger,if all rub hot back

hour

or

water

run

rice in

sauce

TRUE 1

a

cup

fine

and

of cold

water

on

keep

him

covered

near

the

him. mce

place

add

and

a

cream

of

hour

an

CREAM

Cucumbers

end

into

all the

a

head

A

small

with

head or

from

the

;

put in

an

cream

sauce.

slices of toast.

open

same

way

Selected.

cauliflower

Then

move re-

in

down

for half

it soak

Let

it stem

put

spoon boiling water, add a tablecover ly partly off,boiling gent-

20

will

head to

done

dish, pour

Be

ful care-

will deteriorate

take over

full

require a

minutes.

25

cauliflower

Creamed

drain

of

large compact

indigestible.When

become

or

a

tender,

it head

put

low yel-

a

in the

of

insects.

out

kettle

cook

to overcook

not

on

time.

hour;

drain

large

salt,and

of

half

a

chop

vinegar and

until

done

large green leaves, and cold slightly salted water.

down

with

"

draw

Funk.

DRESSING.^CMt

From

to

N.

season,

good.

more

comes be-

"Selected.

shaped pieces, boil

sauce.

as

or

and

Serve

all the pan

Chas.

"

CAULIFLOWER."

a

Mrs.

lender

to mould.

WITH

equally

are

cook

Wash,

in dice

sugar,

whole

strain

or

eggs.

squash

the

fire,

Strang.

white

until

him,

through jellybasr, glasses. Very light food but very

or

in cups

SQUASH

and

flour

of water

drain

rice in colander,

Christine

"

one

1 rice in thumb

cup

"

boiled

hard

rub

pour

Then

"

Boil

much.

too

quite done, put

nutritious. SPINACH.

him

fast, throw

very

away,

boil in 1 quart

moulds

the rice flour

water,

him

JELLY."

pound, glutinous.

RICE."

away

Eat

RICE

into

put

cold

little more,

pan,

rice all read^

DRESS

TO

in

wash

one-fourth

each

RECIPE

well, much

and

then

47

boil already stick,water can’t bum, shake him water

in, rice

put

BOOK

COOK

out

carefully

and

melted

ter but-

it either

cauliflower "

and

is nice

served

Gladys

Culver.

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose, Attorney-atLaw,

" Ca. Successor to W. P. GarHngton

J.F WARREN

TOMATOES."

STUFFED of bread

crumbs, salt,add

and the

tomatoes

Cut

little onion

a a

in

half, make

BOOK

stuffing

and

celerysalt,butter, pepper pulp, fill quantity of the tomato

small

one-half

Bake

heaping.

to

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

48

hour. E. L. Fauhcr.

STUFFED

large with

smooth a

melted

TOMATOES."

BAKED

mixture

of sage,

butter, pinch

with

salt and

oven

for

bread

stale

of

put

pepper.

:

sauce

ONIONS." to

on

until

cook

Melt

Mrs.

of

large tablespoon cooks, taking care

a

cook

until

with

rolled

it

tender.

not

to

large onions, slice ing ready the followin

a

sauce

salt

and

pepper.

brown,

add

IV^

the onions

thickens, cover crumbs

cracker

Have

of butter

flour,

and

with

place

in

One

head

tender

AU

cabbage

and

cho^)

GRAUTIN

soaked fine.

Make

water

white

of

this.

milk,

brown.

W.

with

Miller.

cheese)

1 hour. 2

it

Sprinkle

and A.

sauce:

add

When

oven

{Cabbage

in cold

pan,

cups

"Mrs. CABBAGE

E. Hauser.

Rtissell 6

Take

tablespoon

a

pulp,

tomato

little

a

"

and

the

crumbs,

scraj)edonion, season in a moderate Set in greivsed Dan parsley. ; garnish with

thirty minutes

SCALLOPED

slice from

a

carefully; stuffing

inside

out

tomatoes, scoop

Cut

Boil

"

until

tablespoons

butter, 1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon salt,i/^teaspoon pepper, 1 ^uice. spoons Sprinkle on top 2 tablecup milk, 1 teaspoon lemon 2 of cheese. and of crumbs, 1 of butter Bake in moderate

oven

one-half

DUCHESS

hour.

"

Mrs.

FOTATOES."Thvee

W.

cuds

M.

MabriK

hot

mashed

i^ teaspoon salt,14 teaspoon pepper, 3 tablesDoons milk Mix or cream. butter, G tablespoons thorouo^hly, adding all ino’redients,exce^^t egg whites. and fold in carefully. Put whites Beat mixture in baking Bake in moderate oven til undish, set in pan of hot water.

potatoes,

firm.

3

eggs,

Serve

at once.

"

Mrs.

AutoRepairing RainbowGarage^

Dawson.

E. Phone

Olathe.

H.

WEBB

Montrose

101

ONIONS. Phone246; Rcs.372J POTATOES, FRUIT, THE

PHILALETHEAN

FRENCH cut

1

and

hour,

drain

kettle,shake fat, and potatoes the

dry,

them

on

dust

with

at

time

a

then

salt.

in hot

paper

careful

Be

to absorb

the

Mrs.

potatoes grease-soaked. POTATOES."

too

many

chilled

fat is apt to become

the

EISCALLOPEI)

the

cook

to

not

from

Take

fat.

of brown

sheet

a

as

fry

pare

ice water

in

lengthwise strips,soak

into

and

Wash

POTATOES."

FRIED

potatoes and

49

BOOK

COOK

D.

W.

Ftel, lay

and

Luney.

cold

in

ter wa-

baking pan with twenry minutes, slice thin, grease butif-r,put in a layer of potatoes, then seasonings, salt, pei"j)er, butter, shredded almost

until

and

pimento

Avith

full,cover

and

POTATOES."

required

use

in

bake

and

potatoes, wash to

pepper

knife

minutes. STUFFED

hot

the

Mash

boiling

into

hot

shell

into

in

half

Armstrong.

and

inside, salt

and

place Mrs.

in

dish

Soak

one

salt water,

and

cup

add

one

tender. butter.

cups

serve.

spoons table-

of lentils

Add

one

of seasoned

fry

cup tomato

"

Mrs.

and set

night.

over

and

the a

in

Primmer.

bay leaf, three

Chop

toes pota-

from

remove

M.

5

oven

large, smooth

-Ruth

and

J. J. Ross.

potatoes, add

one-half

smooth

till done.

oven

out

and

brown. "

rich

with

sized

in

Bake

cut

until l)arsleyand in three tablespoons of one

bake

"

cook

and

add

butter, salt,pepper beating thoroughly. Refill the cases, and

oven

potatoes,

tablespoons grated cheese, 2

back

done

when

LENTILS. into

2

dish

medium

scrape

POTATOES."

little cream, a

and

Page.

L. A.

hot.

Serve

and/

aoid

J. W.

Cover

Mrs.

"

Select

cut

ta.ste,add

butter, put

skins.

of butter.

oven.

thoroughly

sharp

a

slow

forty

baking

a

sliced

thinly

amount

POTATOES."

BAKED

With

a

Butter

of

amount

small

and

salt,pepper, milk

Mrs.

"

ESCALLOPED

bake

and

cream

"uinutes.

tinue Con-

little flour.

a

Put

sprigs one

onion

of boiled sauce.

C. M.

of

rice Turn

Baily.

Keysand Accessories. BarschMotorCo. Bicycles,

Made to MeasureSuits 50

cold

add

cooking

after

soda, fresh.

BEANki.–^xt

this and

one-half

and back

until

of range

ready

aUCCOTAkiH, with cut

until

slowly

until

SUCCOTASH. in inch

lengths. about

down

without

broth

add

the

salt and

with

Season

them

at

three

hours

with

from

COOK

in cold

soak

in

sugar

it often

CABBAGE." water

stew

a

pan

AND

cooked, two into frying flour Butter then

and

thirds pan

cup

One-hsdf

R.

W.

ears.

Romig. and

fine

up

cheese.

To

Then

2

cups

in

of

and

in

brown "

Chns.

make

cheese

milk,

two

well

put

sauce

tablespoons

salt and

rice,then Then

Hansen.

rice,

cup

tablespoons butter, add

let brown.

crumbs

minutes

pepper.

Mrs.

Mrs.

baking dish, put layer then cheese sauce on rice, top.

cracker

cook

them

butter and a little hour, put some and put cabbage in and keej)stirring slowly for two hours.

CHEESE."

2

piece of

a

tender

cabbage

"

RICE

red

beans

one

let cook

and

Cut

F. Price.

thirty

six

piece of

per. pepcook

green

Let

last and

"

TO

Dennis

size.

corii

and

of

cut

corn

small

a

Mrs,

in

on

desired

corn

quarts

the

simmer

salt and

two

five inches

by

much

serving

before

Cook

four

bacon

Prepare

"

add

"

tard mus-

two-thirds

grease,

then

dry

amount

into

bacon

with

J. L. Atkinson.

the

broken

is done.

corn

Mrs.

"

tender,

of

cut der, ten-

Season

slowly,let

cook

serve.

with

Season

beans

Cook

tablespoon

beans

green

the cob.

from

one

one-third

Have

"

tender

few

a

to

and

become

cooking.

of sugar,

cup

beans

while

taste, add

to

pepper

until

cook

keeping closely covered

ing of bak-

teaspoon

partiallylean pork,

of fresh

in

cook

to

on

off this water

drain

hour

one

pound

1

Have

1^-in. cubes, add

salt and

one-half

quart of beans, add

1

water,

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

MEXICAN

OR

ParkadeCleaners

.

.

THE

PINTO

in

.

cheese

pepper sauce,

sprinkle

with

oven.

Mrs.

Floyd

E.

Bryant,

Oalthe

Nichols " Lathrop. Shoesand Furnishings Clothing,

Co." TheRichelieu Store Grocery Reiiihold-(riilbway THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

TOMATOES

well

with

saJt and

cracker

dust,

One

and

leaf

back

salt

beaten

and

crumbs.

bowl

Avhiteness.

enough white

drain

to

Drain

and

with

serve

cupful

tablespoons sha])e hot.

of into

flour small

of

one

balls

half and

well

Qtierback: amount

in

Put to

after

in

Mrs,

a

retain

hour

an

in

fifteen

boil

water, then

tough

beaten

teaspoon

fry "

and

highly seasoned E, J. Querback.

all the

fine,removing parsnips, add one and

milk

from

tendier in boiling salted

them of

layers layer with

slice and

BOULETTES."Scraim, mash

ed cream-

in

juice

Mrs.

until

for

J.

salt

top.

on

J. J. Ross.

in slices.

Add

on

in moderate

bake

quarters

cover.

cold

cup

E.

full

cup

serve

tops

cut

three

and

one

each

little lemon

cut

water

cooking.

and

one

Serve

^exome

a

and

Drain

parsnips

of

Arrange

Mrs.

"

sauce.

some

and

with

water

PARSNIP

cuj) full

one-half

minutes.

desired, scrape

boiling

minutes

one

Mrs.

all and

over

SALSIFY."

cold

of

of

Season

Pour

mixed

well

fifteen

salsify as

contents

dressing

done.

out

scrape

salsify as

quite

small

Take

"

paprika.

CREAMED

To

before

drain

12

peel

shells and

tomato

SALSIFY.-^Boil

egg

about

oven

taste, add

guest.

slightly buttered

one

of

into

for each

salsifybut

pepi)er,

chill.

spoonful mayonnaise

SCALLOPED

with

and

tops off and

ice to

2 table-

and

tablespoons choped onion,

two

with

tomato

Scald

to

pepper

spaghetti well

of

spaghetti and seaMrs. Dulce Payne.

"

on

toes. of toma-

can

flour

and

the

medium

one

one

box

tomatoes

Cut

shells

Put

meats.

to

pepper.

Put

salt

lettuce

to

tomatoes.

tomato,

add

one-half

TOMATOES."

ripe

Cut

tablespoons of

butter,add

tiie inside.

nut

add

and

STUFFED "smooth

pieces and

2 level

cream

"si"oons of "son

small

in

Cook

cooked,

SPAGHETTI."

AND

"sized onion

iT

BOOK

of

smoking W,

H.

fibers.

egg,

two

salt, mix hot

fat.

Primmer.

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

Store Go." The Richelieu Grocery Reinhold-Galloway

WTien

jackets on.

them

sweet

cream

top.

Put

in hot and

butter, sugar

nut, teaspoonful of until

carrots

a

lump

tender, add

very

Prepare

four

of butter

the

salt and

sugar,

peas

all.

over

TAMALE.

chopped, one V2 ^^^P cracker

bunch

can

shopped baking

add

corn

a

1

to

sufficient bake

one-half FRIED

up,

1

bacon

can

or

fat and

mixture

Make

milk

to

hour

layer

cover or

of two

until

done.

CORN."

Four

two

dried

cups

fry.

Sea*son

slices

beaten,

make

thin

batter.

until

firm.

corn

to taste.

eggs

c^mned

or

cracker

crumbs

beaten

into

"

bacon, fry cooked. Mrs.

nately alterin

eggs

a

and

baking dish;

hot.

well "

P. Marks.

Place

well

of

gravy

pepper^

fresh

Serve

(^ook

well

Mr.s. B.

Pour

corn.

Aval-

Freeman.

taste.

to of

a

red

sweet

either

butter

with

size of

cream

bake

To

and

salt, pe])per layer of corn

dish.

baking

CORN."

sized

make

"

SCALLOPED

medium

Mr.s. Belle

milk and

Bryant

and

parsley, two

dish

L. J.

taste,

corn,

crumbs, enough

in buttered

Pour

1

"

until

or

pepi)ed to

"

CuRN

Mrs.

"

ing bak-

the

over

minutes

twenty

candied.

P^AN."

of pejus,

can

bake

butter

pound

with

one-half

and

one

sugar,

one-half

have

cream

potatoes into deep

slice them

cups

and

AND

CARROTS

two cut

oven

Boil

and

peel

and

cups

1

done

over

pan,’ pour

carrots,

POTATO."

SWEET

CANDIED

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

52

Mrs.

GilL

and

take

Pour

into

E. A. Wharton.

"

CORN

OYSTERS"

To

one

quart

of

corn

add

the

beaten

Six finely ground crackers, yolks of three eggs. with salt,j^epper. Stir in the stifflybeaten season whites Have of the eggs. ready butter and drippings in equal into little proportions,hot but not’ scorching. Drop corn cakes

about

the size of

an

oyster.

Serve "

hot.

Miss

Hannnh

Allen.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

53

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THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

BOOK

55

PRESSURE COOKER OAJfNING

VEGETABLE

BY TIME

COLD-PACK

TABLE

Blanch

Asparagus Beans,

wax

lima

or

Beets

Beet

tops

15

min.

10

min.

12

min.

15

min.

Cabbage

10

min.

Com

10

min.

3 min.

Cauliflower Greens

15

min.

Peppers

10

min.

Parsnips

10

min.

Peas

10

min.

Pumpkin

3 min.

Squash

5

min.

15

min.

10

min.

Potatoes

Sweet

Succotash

2 min.

Tomatoes

5 min.

Turnips beans

and

tomato

10

combination

There

certain

are

1.

Clean, fresh

2.

Perfect a

"

for

the

min.

45

successful

ning can-

: "

vegetables.

containers,

good jars. lids.

b"

sterilized

c

^tested rubber

"

min.

60

min.

essentials

vegetables,namely

of

time

rings (if used). for

3.

Sufficient

4.

Air-tight sealing.

There

are

five

washed, pared, if 1.

I

5 min.

Carrots

Corn,

METHOD

Blanching (a).

or

Immerse

boil for

processing

steps

necessary,

after and

to

the cut

insure

preservation.

vegetable

been

has

in convenient

pieces.

scalding. vegetables in kettle and

of boiling water

and

required length of time.

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose, Attoniey-atLaw,

THE DAILY ENTERPRISECARRIES LATEST NEWS THE

56

2.

COOK

BOOK

Cold-dipping. Take

(a).

immediately

jars. boiling

carefully packed Add

plunge

quickly.

in hot

(a). Fill jar with (b).

and

water,

Remove

(b). 3. Packing

kettle

blanching

from

into cold

4.

PHILALETHEAN

vegetable has inch

one-quarter

of

level teaspoon

the

after

water

within

to

of

been

top.

salt.

Processing. (a).

Place

rack

in bottom

Pressure

of

until it touches

boiling water (b). Place each

jar

rack

on

the soon

as

Cooker

and

in

pour

rack,

packed and

as

seal moderately

tight. enough

(c). When

the

Allow

Close

petcock

remain

to

(g).

Force

(h).

Keep

cooker

absolutely (Do

pressure.

even

fire

from

(i). Remove

if too

fire

as

reaches

gauge

this

in the

than

allow

as

cooker, place hold

from

thus

cooker

on

cool, dark

cooking

makes

corn

10 corn

Cook cooked

with

pepper,

for one-half in pan

the until

petcock.

serve (Objars will be

the

in

causing the

seal to

vacuum

tighten lids immediate! Mrs.

rack.

on

minutes, taste

1 cup

Kun and

and

salt and hour

with

browned

in

Mrs, Slice

butter 15

"

and

pounds oven.

in bottom

water

20

to

let steam

of cob.

F. LaBarr.

B.

pressure

POTATOES."

ESCALLOPED season

up

cool

shelf.

00 J?." Put

THE

5 to

been

haust. ex-

or

Store

ON

to

to

opening

pressure

"

CORN

steam

has

pressure

before

the

or

counting time.

any

pressure

Allow

perhaps a jar. jars from cooker and

broken

tight.

steam

not

soon

zero

carefully

(j). Remove (k).

capes es-

hot.)

required length of time.

greater

live steam

required point before

to

pressure

Lessen

steam

until

open

petcock. the

(f). Have

be

cooker, fasten the tighten each pair of

it.

from

(e).

fill the

in to

are

fully.

clamps (d).

jars

reasonably tight then

opposite clamps

off. A,

or

pounds, Too

long

A.

Gregory.

dice

potatoes,

cover

with

Mrs.

cream.

May

pressure. "

of

B.

be

C. Cox.

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PHILALETHEAN

THE

BEANS."

STRING 3 minutes bottom

of

of water,

add

and

cream

1 small

use

beans

pressure into pan and

and

serve.

A. W.

"Mrs. ROUND cut

STEAK

POTATOES."

AND

thick, browned

in

frying pan

cooker, seasoned, add % cup cut in strips. Cook; 12 minutes Let

cook

down.

off

and

If there

of butter

remove

is

before

putting

cooker

about

suet

no

at 18 to 20

from

the

and

valve

chicken. in

FRIED

tight.

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2

for 40

pressure LOIN

OF

add

season,

pressure. in quick

and

jar

Vlsice

pork

off.

boiling

into

water

let steam

off and

TO

ROAST."

the

cooker,

brown

in

CHICKEN

light brown, use

1

teacup

pounds put back

season,

FOR

20

pounds McCafferty.

in bottom

of at 20

use

1

for

pressure

pounds

teacup utes, min-

45

oven.

LUNCH."

Mrs.

Harry

Boll

in

put large pieces in bottom

boiling water,

cooker,

and

Stuff, put

"

OLD

Use

brown sugar Mrs. B. E. Hitchtock.

"

CHICKEN

clean

fried, seasoned eauh jar.Dip cap

with

Sprinkle

Brown

cooker

45 minutes

hot Avater, cook

steam

G.

Helen

"

PORK." cup

with

clamp.

minutes.

oven.

OLD of

y^ Let

to

is

teaspoonful

add

James

into

tablespoonfulswater

boiling water, adjust

pressure

Ilsixe

jars

economy

potatoes

cooker,

CHICKEN."

Fill

in

pounds pressure.

Mrs.

"

CANNED

with

when

steak

in the

meat

steak

sides, put

Cover

water.

Knott

Bound

both

on

use

across,

off,drain, turn through

cup

paprika, hold pressure to If cooking alone

or

butter, cut

minutes, and butter, heat

cream

meat,

in

meat

bacon, put

off.

let steam

let steam

10

the

on

salt,pepper

and

minutes

with

serve

beans

with

season

with

boiled

be

should

beans

If cooked

cooker, put

57

*

Qreen

drained.

and

15

BOOK

COOK

coek

Let off steam, pressure. into skillet and brown in

about

40

dry down

flour,fry of

minutes in

Gates.

cooker, at

cooker

20 or

oven. "

Mrs.

0. I.

Mclntyre.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

H.D. ROSE-Manuf acturerofICECREAM,SHERBETS 58

!

"

STEAMED one-half

PHILALETHEAN

THE

SUET

PUDDING."

Onehalt

molasses, one-half

cup

sweet

cup one-fourth

if

without

desired.

Steam

suet,

cup

milk, one cup flour, one-half

and raisins,one egg, one cups teaspoon of soda, one-half teaspoon of cinnamon fourth Nuts teaspoon of allspiceand nutmeg. added

BOOK

COOK

and

one-

be may in hour pi-essure cooker Mrs. Frank Anderson.

one

pressure.

"

FRICASSEE

CHICKEN

DUMPLINGS."

WITH

of cooker, use Season, put large pieces in bottom 1^ if desired,but not too much if boiling water, or more

cups milk

is to be

after

the

added

pointer

should

for

Use 25 gravy. pressure 20 and to let steam pounds, gets

be allowed else

or

to

to the

come

little steam

a

bone

SOUP.

sawed,

water;

when

cooker

and

quantity as

cut

is

pressure Mrs. F. J. Hartmnn.

being cooked,

lean

or

run

put cover pounds, being careful

full all into

and

ready glass cans. screw top

land

pour minutes

steam

and

for

on

in water with screw

Uoa^t

serving, then in

pressure lids on

in

cut

of the

some

lightly. until

if

a

to

BEEF."

Pour

on

pepper,

"Mrs. ROAST

cold

with

pieces,cover

off. CANNED

meat, have

let pressure too high run 30 minutes, let steam pressure

not

; hold

over

bone

and

20

to

ering cov-

raised.

js

carefully,have vegetables diced if they again to 20 pounds and hold pressure

steam

45

salt

pressure

to boil water

off

in

meat

before

boiling point

small

boiling,add run

beef

Select

"

ChicJ^en

off.

let off after "

BEEF

minutes

Place

rack

it touches 15

at

or

tight.

.

.

10 minutes. A.

Let

W.

Knott.

a

roaster

oven

that

will

go

water broiiVTi,

gravy, of cooker

in bottom f^ook

pounds. Mrs.

"

added,

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to

pieces

rack,

20

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in

are

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for Cool

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40

or

down

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THE MEN’S STORE

and ICES. Pasteurized Milkand Cream THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

PhoneM25

BOOK

59

SALADS VEGETABLE bunch Cut

SALAD."

radishes, 1

celery, 1 large

seed

and

SALAD, one-half

pieces

^Four

apples, 1 chopped nuts.

"

cup

and

soak

and

in

sugar,

2

salt

and

blend

and

nuts

Dressing: Three eggs, one-fourth spoonfuls salt,

cup

ground

"

Slice

with

i)eanuts,cover

teaspoon salt,1 red fine.

cover

this salad

and

fine,add

halve

mayonnaise

to taste. pepper and grate horse

bananas, and

Mrs.

P.

will

roll in on

serve

Boil

tuce let-

Baughman.

t)eets and

radish.

Mix cold

good vinegar. If put keep several months.

of

Chop mustard

1

chop gether all to-

.

with

/SfALAZ)."

CABBAGE

boiled

quart of beets,2 cups sugar, 1 radish, head cabbage, one-half cup horse-

small black

apples

One

"

Chop cabbage and

jars

and

in

cucumber Mix

cumber, cu-

butter,1 cup milk, added whipped cream Stella Clayhaugh.

"

SALAD.

sized

water.

leaf. BEET

Cut

Beach.

"

SALAD.

medium

with

tablespoons melted

vinegar, one-half cup before serving.

BANANA

Ruth

dressing. level teaspoon mustard, 2 teaspoons 2 tableteaspoon red pepper,

1

one-half

just

Miss

"

APPLE

cucumbar^

peas, 1 large 3 potatoes. pepper,

with pieces,dice potatoes, season red Mix with mayonnaise pepper.

dressing.

small

sifted

can

in small

vegetables

salt,celery

stalk

One

head

of

in

glass

Selected.

"

cabbage

seed, 1 head

very

of

tablespoon celery 2 lowing folboiled and with hard cover chopped fine, eggs, chop Three (1 dressing: tablespoons sugar eggs, 2 table 1 1 if not wanted so salt, sweet), teaspoon spoon three-fourths tablespoon mustard, 1 cup butter, spoon Place and sugar butter, salt,mustard milk, 1 cup butter. Beat eggs w^ell and lastly and stir until smooth. in a bowl milk. until like Cook Pour add cream. over cabbage while

hot.

1

Can

be used

cold.

"

Mrs.

Bahh.

Bicycles, Keysand Accessories. BarschMotorCo.

Go. The Richelieu Store Reinhold-GaDoway Grocery "

60

FRUIT

SALAD,

1

"nanas,

Mix

nuts.

mayonnaise dressing and

with

leaf.

to it 1

cheese, add 1

pepper,

Mix

of salt.

teaspoon

fi’ALAD."

whipped

season cream, in balls the

mould

pepper, meat

each

on

leaf with

1

Take

side and of

spoonful

size of

chicken, To

SALAD." bone

remove

in ice chest of

beaten. Cook

add

1

pint

Then

add

serve

and

mustard

salt,pepper,

until

add

1

cup

it thickens 1

cup

of

of milk

whipped

cup of Stir but^

in bowl

eggs

and

and

^Yllite

nut.

cream

serving.

add

and

grapes, blanched

ready

with Mrs.

halved

mix

in double with

fruits

A. Dunn.

almonds, beaten, Put

and

nuts "

Mrs.

to

chicken

and

of 2 eggs boiler.

well

vinegar.

When

mix

juice, 7 tablespoons,butter

Cook and

1

stir in hot

"

tablespoonfuls,lemon

before

cubes.

cayenne pepper, size of walnut.

cream

1 cup, dates, quartered, 1 cup, Dressing : Whites cup, halved.

whipped

roasted

or

of

stirringconstantly.

SALAD."

hickory

Bolard.

in small

cut

celery. FRUIT

of

lettuce

a

Louise

boiled

gristle,and

Half flour,mustard. teaspoon milk, 1 cup pt vinegar. Butter

ter,sugar,

on

cayenne nut a wal-

finely cut celery, set until serving time. a boiled Dressing : Make 3 eggs, 1 tablespoonful each of sugar, salt,

1 quart

dressing

four

Miss

cold

Take

and

of chicken

Stick

mayonnaise. "

CHICKEN

salt and

or

it

thin

and

walnut.

three

serve

Fauber.

Ahe

cheese

with

a

en unbeat-

two

Mrs.

grated

highly

add

English walnuts. fry in smoking fat.

"

Avith

Bell.

Jesse

Mrs.

and

Form into balls the size of eggs. and Dip in beaten egg, then in crumbs Serve with salad.

CHEESE

lettuce

on

can Choj) one-half pound of Amerienne pint of bread crumbs, dash of cay-

BALLS."

CHEESE

chopped

cup serve

"

ba-

dozen

1

oranges, three-fourths pineapple,

sliced

can

dozen

One

"

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

seeded, one-half sugar, 5 the size

one-half

cup

immediately John

Gray.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE

J.R.FRANK .

.

PHILALETHEAN

THE

iiALAD."

BEAN

61

BOOK

COOK

One

baked

Heinz’s

can

beans,

2

finely chopped cabbage, 3 hard boiled eggs mashed cucumber smooth, 2 tablespoons finely chopped sweet pickles. Mix all,then add beans and enough mayonnaise cups

well.

to moisten

a ALA

FRUIT

boiling water,

Miss

"

D."

2 cups

Cox’s

box

Owe

one-half

sugar,

Gelatine, sliced

can

Qreen. 1

quart

pineapple,

halved

4 lemons, grapes, cup bananas, G peaches, cut into small pieces, 1 cup English walnuts broken, 2 cups celery cut fine. Dissolve gelatine in a little Avarm it and add over water, pour boiling water WTien the juice of the lemons, oranges cool add sugar. and strain all through a cloth. and When it pineapple stir in the and set nuts to fruits, celery, mixing* begins fruit salad Use thoroughly. dressing, preferably,lemon Selected. juice dressing. :j oranges,

seeded

1

3

and

"

FISH lemons

SALAD.

Salmon

"

1

olives

pound

or

cold

fish,

Avhite

walnuts

6, English 12, large pickles 3, fish. Drain fish and remove celery as add of lemons and let stand. When bones, juice ready to add Pour serve nuts, olives,celerj, pickles all cut fine. all well seasoned salad over dressing, mix lightly and

twice

2,

much

as

serve.

SALAD,

MEAT

day

before.

two

be

To

"

Soak

water, add

served box

one-half and

one-half

half

cooled

meat, one-half

cup

add pecan

pieces,1 WTien

cup canned cool this will

1

gelatme

cucumber, diced

green

1

large

bunch

pe]"pers.

dressing.

Three of Let

chicken

or

olives cut

cup

Serv^e

leaves

on

lettuce

Mrs.

tomatoes,

W.

1

hour

colander.

and "

with

Lingham.

and

one

radishes,one-third stand

A.

any

in small

a

"

SALAD."

the

prepare one-half

pressed through

mayonnaise. MIXED

minced

1 dozen

meats,

be solid.

in

spoons teab-"^’]ing cups water, onion 1 salt. juice, pinch

of

cup

tomatoes

day,

one

3

iK^ef extract, 1 teaspoon WTien

Selected

"

one-half

cup finely add mayonnaise

Mrs.

Neeley.

Robuck Furniture New and Second-Hand Goods Store,

Go. The Richelieu Store Reinhold-Galloway Grocery "

THE

PHILALETHEAN

and

one-half

stuffed

cups

olives with

Serve

cups of salted peanuts, one Add 1 dozen of celery, both cut fine.

SALAD."

PEANUT

Two

duck

on

SALAD."

PRUNE

of oil cup lettuce leaves.

fine, also

cut

roast

63

BOOK

COOK

1

and

WoHh

into

dry on towel, prunes, add To 1 pint of prunes

dice. 1

serving.

Serve

wafer.

mix

Just

use.

and

salad

SALAD.

bunches,

beaten

stir in

vinegar

the

other to

fine.

shrimps

One

into wet

cups,

turn

out

stand and

or

not,

with

lettuce mint.

hearts Cover

MINT

in

ice cold

with

French

Hughes.

cooled

single teacloth.

until

Avater

hard.

Lulubel

and

Pour

ened hard-

mayonnaise

Furstenfeld.

{For Lamh)"CMl

then

dressing.

When

and

cress

SALAD

water,

Dan

like). Soak gelatine you stir until gelatine is

"

AND

stir in

box sugar, two-thirds Add one-half teaspoon

as

dressing. LETTUCE

ery can, celof milk or

thick

tomatoes

can

in ice Avater

serve

one

of sugar, salt in double boiler,

When

tomatoes and over pour Strain tomatoes through

dissolved.

cup

milk

fifteen minutes.

spices (unground and

1

Mrs.

gelatinesoaked

all

tablespoons each

eggs, size of egg. Boil well mixed. above

"

pieces

Over

moisten.

Dressing:

3

SALAD.

small

ingredients.

strained, 1 teaspoon salt,1 teaspoon mixed

into

taste.

TOMATO

of

Fisher.

can

fish

te

Monarch

"

cut

cream, and flour, butter

to

the

dressing enough

well

then

serving pick

lightlywith

SHRIMP 2

pound

F,

of

before it

toss

pour

"

1

cucumber and

One

H.

salmon, squeeze juice of lemon, equal amount celery,3 large 1 to’2 pickles, cups English walnuts, chop finely well together. Set in cool place until ready to

it

over

SALAD.

cut

ery,, quarts chopped celfore salad dressing just be-

"Mrs. SALMON

and

2

leaf with

lettuce

on

1

minutes

stones

remove

with

mix

pint chopped nuts,

Selected.

"

for ten

soak

I"ound silver

mayonnaise.

"

add

finelychopped

Miss

Jessie Nutt.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

" Co. Successor to W. D. Garln^on

J.F WARREN ”

SALAD,"

COCOANUT

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

64

BOOK

grated,2 celery chopped,

One-half

cocoanut

apples, pared, cored and chopped, 1 cup 2 tablespoons onions ly chopped, 1 tablespoon parsley -coarsewith and Mix chili 3 cover dressing. chopped, peppers. "Mr.s.

SALAD."

PIMENTO

AND

CUCCMBEU

E. J. Scott.

Slice

cumbers cu-

Open small can of pepdrop into ice water. pers, tuce letdrain and on chop. Wipe cucumbers, arrange Put French with peppers. and cover on dressing. then

"Mrs. SALAD.

CRAB

celery,one-half on

One

"

cup

add

crabs,

can

SALAD."

PICKLE

SWEET

^^1^

14

^^P water, add

weak

ground

cups

in mold.

chopped walnuts, place

add

beans boiled

^

cup

olives

stuffed

pint pickles,two cups

Serve

with

To

one

"

SALAD."

box

marshmallows

English

One

cut

Mix

walnuts.

SALAD.

R. of

can

Grant.

string

pieces,4

hard with

Cover

Mrs.

medium

A. C. Harris. sized

loupe, canta-

in small

with

pieces, 1 cup chopped mayonnaise dressing. "

WHITE

mayonnaise. D.

walnuts.

mayonnaise. CANTALOUPE

Mrs.

in small

cut

English

diced, i/^ cup

eggs

ing boil-

sweet

SALAD."

BEAN

atine, gel-

Knox

vinegar,1

"

STRING

Serve

Lacher.

Walter

hsilf box

One

water, i/^cup

two

fine.

lettuce.

Mrs.

"

chopped

1 cup

English walnuts^chopped

top of sliced tomatoes, garnish with

Nutt

Thos.

Mrs.

C. Harris,

A.

One

large can pineapple,one can one marshnmllows, pound pint cream pecans, pears, of 4 eggs Yolks beaten and Dressing: (whipped). "

one

into

stirred

When

whipped

one-half cool

hot milk. cup add juice of one

cream.

NICHOLS" LATHROP.

"

Cook lemon Mrs.

until and

like add

tard. cus-

to

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PHILALETHEAN

THE

65

BOOK

SALAD."

PINEAPPLE

pint wMpped um pieces,2 medi-

One-half

1 small can pineapple cut in small cream, in small sized apples peeled and cut

chopped English walnuts, juice. sugar, a little lemon cup

PIMENTO

pimento, chopper and add ripe

pound Grind

crackers.

to moisten

mayonnaise

F. O. Anderson,

Mrs,

"

vinegar, heat cup well, 2 eggs, beaten

One

"

tablespoon

E, E. Frasier.

Three-fourths

1 dozen

well. MAYONNAISE.

Mrs.

"

.SfALA/)"

CHEESE

cheese, one can through food

one

pieces, one-half

one-half

and

boiling tablespoons to

I)oint. Beat together 3 1 teaspoon salt, i/^teaspoon paprika, 1 jmgar,

sweet cup spoon and 1 table-

dissolve 1 tablespoon mustard cream, in milk beat with above starch and com

sour

or

Cook

all

together

beat

and

well

until

with

egg

SALAD,"

FROZEN

desired.

thickness beater.

Mrs.

"

M.et 1

Take

mixture. off stove

Anderson.

Fred

tablespoon of butter,add

with 3 of of flour mixed j^olksof 2 eggs, 3 tablesjoons sugar, teaspoon salt,one-third of paprika, little cayenne. Add gradually while stirringtwo-thirds cup of milk, onethird cup of sugar. Stir constantly, cook in double boiler until Let

thick.

get cold, then

cherries

from

Remove add

having put

one-fourth

ai)ple and

each cup bananas.

fire and

beat

two

minutes.

one-half

cup of chopped maraschino 1 tablespoon of lemon juice over them,

sliced pine-

of

pulp, canned orange After stirringthese in

of

and

dressing add tablespoons of

2 heavy whipped cream ice and salt in in Put mold, pack pineapple juice. Mrs. A. R. McGrimmon. hours. eight. Recipe serves

one-half

cup

the 8

for

"

WATER boiled

eggs

of

LILY into

SALAD."

Cut

the

whites

pointed petal-like strips, lettuce

leaves

resemble

of

hard

in arrange the leaves

lily on with mayonnaise lily. Mix the yolks of the eggs dressing and fill the centers of the lilies. Put one or tAvo the petals.Sprinkle yolks through a seive and scatter over French with Selected. dressing. shape

cut

to

of the

"

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Store Co. The Richelieu Grocery Reinhold-Tialloway "

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le

PHILALETHEAN

THE

"

FROZEN

SALAD."

CHEESE

Three

V2 cupful choped nuts, 1 chopped green can pimentos, ^/2cupmayannaise, i/^cup olive

2

tablespoons of paprika. Cream

oil,1

BOOK

COOK

cream

sweet

cheeses, I/2 pepper,

whipped

cream, salt,dash of

scant

teaspoon cheeses chop or grind nuts, spoon, Drain all and off juices after chopping. pimentos. pepper Stir these into creamed cheeses, add salt,paprika, mayonnaise, in mold olive oil and lastlywhipped cream. Place Out and pack in ice and salt for 3 hours until frozen. or lettuce leaf with in any on or Ferve shape desired and Zick. Mrs. Joseph French without dressing. with

"

TOMATO

GREEN

AND

SALAD."

PEPPER

Veel

each over sprinkle some ripe, firm tomatoes, removed all seeds. having finely choped green peppers, all and Pour French lettuce leaf. on serve dressing over hard boiled addition of some crumbed The yolks egg it a pretty dish. L. F. sprinkled over the top makes

and

slice

"

SALAD."

WALDORF

pieces,twice half

pound mayonnaise

that

of

amount

of walnuts diluted

medium

Two

the

celery cut

ground. with

apples

Mix

whipped

^

all

SALAD

One-

same.

together

with

oil

cream.

"Mrs. FRUIT

in

cut

C. H.

DRESSINO."Three

eggs

SmWi.

well

en, beat-

one-half

lemon, before

using

of

top with

a

cup butter,2 tablespoons sugar, juice of one little salt and pepper. Let cook until thick,just

Fa

any

lad

add

whipped all

and

fruits

cream.

equal quantities

make

a

of

cream

on

be

used

apples,celery and ; grapes, combination. good

nuts

lettuce

on

for salad

Place leaf.

some

This

may

Mrs. SALAD

FRUIT

DRESSING."

of 5 eggs, of salt,one-half

juice,yolks teaspoon lemon

juice boiling

whipped

JOHN L

croam.

hot.

One-halt

one-fourth

teaspoon Before

cup sugar, of cinnamon.

serving "

cup

Mrs.

W.

add 0.

T. Knott. on of lemone-half Have 1 cup

of

Redding.

Colo. STIVERS, Attorney-atlaw, Montrose,

To Buy, SeD or Tradesee Christiansoii and Simmons THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

MAYONNAISE 2

oggs, half

67

BOOK

JUICE.-^Three

LEMON

WITH

tablespoon flour, one-

1 small

tablesi)oonssugar,

salt and

a

dash

salt and Heat

the

and

return

of red

the This

the

the

vinegar to boiling and to

the

fire in

over pour boiler double

a

and

eggs.

ingredients till it

cook

teaspoon of butter or salad oil beat well. wanted Strain for through a seive. When salad add more to taste. lemon juice and whip cream Mrs. J. M. Luney, salad will serve twenty-five. done

add

a

"

MAYONNAISE very lightly,one 1 dessert spoon

water,

one-half

butter. Take

DRESSING."

butter, Put

on

teaspoon mustard, one-half cup 2 tablespoons vinegar, 1 cup cream, and flour together. salt, mustard

cup

and

of water

cup

flour, add

fire to cook.

and

rest

When

of

add

DRESSING."

tablespoons sugar, mustard, pinch of ROYAL

1

add

Boil.

SALAD.

"

Take

celery,apples, and cut mayonnaise into which a

some cream

was

dish

previouslymixed.

and

garnish pimento in

sweet

around

the

pint

tablespoon flour, 1 "

Oshorn.

vinegar,

egg,

Mrs.

1

2

teaspoon

Jesse

Bell.

fresh

anges, pineapple, orin cubes or dice,mix with few tablespoonfulsof heavy some

Dish

up

on

a

shallow

salad

Avith

and finely chopped green peppers the color all heaps alternating few a finely chopped pecan Sprinkle

little

border.

in. the center. DATE

and

cream.

Grace

One-halt

salt.

then

to eggs,

water, vinegar

cool "

SALAD

beaten

eggs

1

sugar,

sugar, of one-half

mustard

Three

heaping tablespoon flour,1 teaspoon salt,

Mix

part

sugar,

nuts

.

teasi)Oon of tard, flour,mus-

sugar, to the beaten

add

and

together

pepper

thickens,when and

Mix

pepper.

with

diluted

teaspoon mustard, one-half cup vinegar one-half cup water, juice of 1 lemon, 1 small

PUDDING."

have

been

serve

Avith fruit salad

removed,

"

Halt

pint dates

with

stuff

nut

from

meats.

Selected. which Slice

pits and

dressing. "

Mrs.

Fred

Schermerhorn.

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p,_ ,

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Digitizedby LjOOQIC

and Courteous Senrice ParkadeGeaners Prompt .

68

SHRIMP Two

SALAD. of

cans

meats

cut

bunch

of

"

shrimps

This

recipe will

cans small, celery chopped fine,two

iu

The

cut

up. all covered

and

as

The

rings. soon

salad

be

walnut

of

shrimps

served

the

on

W.

be

to

are

from

Mrs,

"

COOKED

people.

crips mayonnaise dressing.

to

with

ten

small, one eggs sliced,

cut

removed

as

BOOK

cup

boiled

hard

COOK

serve

small, one-half of pimentos

cut

cut green pepper washed in cold water

loaves

PHILALETHEAN

two

one

then

THE

can, lettuce

Cassel.

A,

eggs well paste with a little

MAYONNAISE.."

Yolk^

2

of

8

beaten, tablespoons flour mixed to a water, li/^cups of boiling water, % teaspoon salt,i/^cup Beat all together and c6ok in vinegar, 2 teaspoons sugar. boiler beater double with until it thickens, beat dover 1 pint of olive oil,beat cold add while cooking. When with beater dover as slowly i"our in the oil. Then you with season celery salt to taste, paprika, grated onion and lemon about a juice to taste. This makes quart. "Mrs.

SALAD

RUSSE.

such

potatoes mix

as

and

well.

egg, and anchovies oliA^es.

on

a

with

shallow

cubes. around

wrapped Serve

fresh

some

dish

onions

Bermuda in small

cut

Take

cold

pint

of cold

three

cups

cooked

etables veg-

French

the

top lay

a

dressing.

water

Soak

one-half

of j^ugf^r,

box

one

hour.

Juice

for

four

Selected.

gelatine of

an

of stuffed

Sufficient

of

of

fillets of

dozen

"

"SfALA/)."

white

nutuber

same

with

ornament

the boiled

and On

and

people. FRUIT

CatlingJr.

F. D.

beans, carrots, peas, beets,asparagus tips, sliced in ^mall cubes, and peepers, green

Place

lettuce,sliced

"

.

four

in

one

lemons,

sliced pineapple, onelarge can half pound almonds, blanched, three pints of hot water the including juice from the pineapple poured over soaked Then mold. Serve with gelatine. Boil lemon and sugar. Mrs. D. L. Bun ten. a good mayonnaise dressing. one

"

Bicycles, Keysand Accessories.BarschMotorCo.

MRS. A. W. KNOn, HEMSTITCHINGand PICOIWG 1100

South

SALAD."

BROWNIE or

of

canned

pimento into

naise

pepper, which

a

and

nose

of cloves.

eyes few

and or

one

mold

squares

^^P ^f cream, Worcestershire in ice and

serve

on

lettuce

DRESSING."

w^ith

sauce.

Put

with

leaves Mrs.

One

level

was

cheesp

salt,paprika in small Cut

French

Rodney

"

J. Hcott.

cream

season

mayon

cream

E.

one

salt for 3 hours.

"

SALAD

Beat

14

teaspoon and pack and

SALAD"

CHEESE with

to a cream

with

tablespoons of heavy "

strips

with

cap

Decorate

previouslymixed. FROZEN

place 1/2ripe

leaf

lettuce

On

luOuth,

making

pear,

69

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

216W.

Fhone

St.

First

pail

in small

dressing.

Anderson.

teaspoon

salt, 1

level

to teas})oon mustard, 1/^teaspoon sugar, red pepper taf^te,little onion juice,1 egg, i/^lemon juice,1 teaspoon of Mazola oil very gradually beating inegar. Add cup

continually.

"

SEUG"KINIKIN ….

Mrs.

W.

0.

Redding.

Atorneys-atLaw

PhoneM25

Milkand Cream and ICES.Pasteurized THE

PHILALETHEAN

cup

molasses, %

add

2 well

1 sugar, spoons boiling,2 tea-

One-halt

BREAD."

GINGER

SOFT

71

BOOK

COOK

lard, 1

cup

wat^r, in the water, ginger, cinnamon, and soda, before Just baking 14 teaspoon vanilla,2^4 "*ups flour. cup dissolv^ed

beaten

eggs.

WAFFLES. small

Cook

2

iron

heated

flour well

and

MUFFINS."

Two

thick.

Beat

well

and

stiff batter.

well

MOUNTAIN

softened

three-fourths

cup Cream

powder.

baking powder the first mixture all used.

Bake

and

granulated

whites

tAvo-thirds

dough.

and

sugar

Let

and

brush

tops

Mrs.

till

oven

one-third

DOZEN

cup

nice

a

rounded

up one-half

cup

thick

UP-TO-DATE MOST.

ALL

SHOE WORK

SHOP

to

bread

until

sponge,

cup of sugar, make soft a

rolls and

brown.

let raise and

Remove

in one-third

George Meyers.

Mrs.

BISCUITS."

Two

and

one-

buttermilk,one-half one-half

tablespoon Crisco,mix inch

egg, sift flour to

L. J. Hole.

dissolved

sugar

bake

and "

THE

into

teaspoon baking powder,

one

roll out

GOOD

flour, 1 scjint

light

flour

"

cups

soda, one

with

in hot

egg

hour.

two-thirds stiff,

water.

ONE half

of

quart

beaten

shortening. cup raise twice then make

bake

beaten

one-half

Add

again cup

eggs

sugar,

flour, 3 teaspoons baking

pans

One

"

cup 1

together, add part part of milk and continue

then

in buttered

ROLLS.

of three

Coffin.

One-tonvth

"

LIGHT

pans.

J. E.

of

flour

and

till

unsifted

muffin

in hot

cup

milk, 2 cups butter, add

one

tablespoon sugar,

MUFFINS."

butter, one-fourth

Bryant.

beaten,

flour

"Mrs. TWIN

J.

Louisa

eggs

bake

beaten, teaspoon

greased.

pint sour milk, one teaspoon soda, one one tablespoon lard, stir in graham quite

1

make

to

"

GRAHAM

well

pint sour milk, 2 eggs tablespoonfuls sugar,

tablespoons butter,

in waffle

VanWeaver

Dan

Mrs.

"

One

"

teaspoon soda,

salt,2

cup

Mrs.

WHERE

GUARANTEED.

teaspoon teaspoon salt,

in the in

usual

quick

Barney YOUR W.

Webber.

$ BUYS

T. UTT,

way,

oven.

Prop.

THE

Store Go. The Richelieu Grocery Reinhold-GaDoway "

LOAF

T00U8 A

Much

care

Before

tin,

your

begin.

you

of

2 cups

To

to

must

you

butter

So

make, take,

loaf

good Togus

add

meal

corn

milk, light slight

of sweet

2 cups the make

To To The

soda

Use

one

Bread:

Brown

Boston

Improved

"

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

72

cup

one

of

flour.

of sour.

1 cup

loaf

don’t

teaspoon, a-heap salt,to the old rule keep.

For So

never

At

a

Fill Of

flinch

you

large ^^pinch” teaspoon full round fresh ginger well ground very

a

treacle

Take

a

With

the

two-thirds

whole

well

of

beaten

a

cup

up

Fill

t^o-thirdsof your tin With the batter poured in. the

Fit

cover

cold

Put Into Over For

at

test

Served

water

right

in

a

cheery table surely be able

your

will

To

be

large bucket that you must quickly tuck it a hot stove keep it a hopping without three mortal hours stopping

Then You

tight

on

it will not

Or

this bread 200

years

POPOVEBS."Fnt

of world in

into

a

Boston

renown

Town.

"Mrs,

H.

mixing

bowl

D.

Collinp.

1 cup

milk, 1 a large

salt,with into large bubbles and whip the egg beater smooth 2 large tablespoons of the batter Put as cream. set them into each hot pan and immediately in the lower of the oven. corner They will be puffy balls of crispness cup

flour, 1

in 30

unbeaten

minutes.

greased

before

Be

egg and mixture

sure

putting

and

dust

a

have

of

pans

hot

Jind

well

in batter.

JOHN L STIVERS, Attorney-atLaw, Montrose/Colo.

USE PRIDE OF MONTKOSE FLOUR THE

PHILALETHEAN

tF

BOOK

COOK

milk, 1 teaspoon meal, onesoda^ pinch salt,1 cup graham flour,1 cup corn half cup white shortening,oneflour, 1 teaspoon melted BREAD.

BBOWN

half few

O. molasses.

cup K. minutes

in the

milk, two-thirds 1

One

a

Lathrop.

milk, 1 cup sweet cup graham flour,

sour

cup

bake

molasses, 1

ci^)corn even

one-half

greased

meal, 1 cup white flour,2 even teaspoons soda, raisins, teaspoon baking powder, two-thirds cup in 3 hours Steam nuts, pinch of salt. cup two-thirds

cans

PARKER scalded

make

one-half

to

bread.

cup

fold

in

one-third In

sugar of soda

make Let

one-half

till

batter.

teaspoonful flour

cooled

hour a

full.

together

and

cup

cups

one

and

add

MILK

Beat

one

1

HOT

soaked flour

Add cup

one

butter,

salt, one-half Mix

nutmeg.

milk,

sweet

water.

in

enough

like you for would light down its size,work and roll out

about

with

biscuit

minutes

20

CAKES

in hot

oven.

Mrs. SIX

FOR

egg until the yolk and white of sour milk, beat again, add

and

cutter, butter "

SOUR

Parker.

yeast cake,

teaspoonful of

1

bake

Three

morning

one-half

thick, cut

Erena

warm

and

sponge rise double

inch

lukewarm, the

Mrs.

"

ROLLii."

HOUSE

and

one-half to

J. V.

^Mrs. "

then

and

3 hours

Steam

brown

cup

sour

cup

oven.

BREAD.

BBOWN

1

One

"

Roy

Utt.

PEOPLE."

well

mixed, add one-half teaspoonful teaspoonful of baking soda after are

quart salt,then add 1 small in one-half first stirring the soda water ; teacup of warm stir all together thoroughly and add flour until the batter thickens to proper consistency. Cook on hot griddle. The be varied above meal instead can of flour. by using corn

of

"W. WAFFLES. milk 1

or

teaspoon

eggs,

Three

baking powder,

salt,grease

waffle

sweet

butter, 1 quart flour, teaspoon soda, 2 well beaten

1

irons

with

beef "

THE MORITZ ROOMS

Redding.

milk, ^/^cup

sour cups water, 2 tablespoons melted "

0.

drippings. Mrs. E. L. Hayes.

445 Main St.

MODERN

BUSY BEE HOME MADE CANDIES-As goodas they 74

WAFFLES."

PHILALETHEAN

THE

.

COOK

BOOK

quart of sifted flour three teaspoonfulsof baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt,1 of sugar, all thoroughly sifted together, add 1 tablespoon of melted butter,6 well beaten eggs and a pint of sweet milk, cook in waffle iron heated and well greased. Vnt

into

1

Mr^.

"

APPLE 2

milk,

FRITTERS."

One

cup

sugar,

2

batter

eggs,

sugar.

CAKE."T^o

Ada

Mrs.

"

BREAD

heaping

BREAD. in

1

it is

mix foamy, then tablespoon each lard, sugar

and

SALT

RISING

of fresli milk

batter, set

if it rises risen

boiling hot, stir

it will

j)ut in

rise ill

a

in

a

warm

be

few

place overnight.

In the

slices of

Irish

raw

A-ery short time if it has risen When

kept sift

pint

to make

morning

If it has

top.

potatoes and

warm one

knead.

to

meal

on

quart,

Fillebrown.

corn

full of cracks

1

three-fourths

enough

solved dis-

let it sit

flour

Thomas Heat

in

cakes

water,

salt and

BREAD."

Leisy.

sugar,

warm

Mrs.

"

tablespoon-

1

yeast

teaspoon

with

bread

light

R. A.

Mrs.

Fleishman

with

water

warm

of

cups

"

Two

"

Chapin..

Funk

powder,

cinnamon.

ground

DAY

thin

sweet cup flour for stiff

cup sugar, one-half of sifted flour, Icup

1 and one-half of brown sponge, cups of melted shortening,3 eggs, 2 cups of raisins,2 teaspoonfuls of baking

until

1

teaspoons baking powder, Pare, core and halve good cooking apples,dip in and and with Serve cream fry like doughnuts.

batter.

ful of

L, Bunten,

D.

gallon

and

at

not

it will perature. tem-

even

of flour

in 2

in 3 Put gallon crock. tablespoons of sugar, pinch of Make into a thick soda, 1 tea.spoon of salt and sponge. batter with equal parts of warm water in and milk. Put

place and

a

warm

a

little

flour

more

to make

it will rise in about

salt,lard into

the

loaves.

Let

a small egg rise to double "

The HurstModern Rooms, A.

M.

hour.

size of

bake.

MRS.

an

HURST,

.

Mrs.

Then and

add

enough

in size and

F. H.

Posey.

Hot and ColdWater Proprietor.

Phoiie334

Hake themand ANY KIND YOU WlSft THE

PHILALETHEAN

BREAD."

GRAHAM lard

cup

and

One

one

nulk, one-half

sour

raisins,3^

cup

Scald

of

1 cup

teaspoon

one

sugar,

cup

graham

cups

Lucas.

Mabel

"

BREAD."

SPOON

pint

half

butter,one-

salt,1 teaspoon soda, flour, bake 1 hour.

75

BOOK

COOK

with

meal

com

1

boiling water, break in 2 eggs. Tavo teaspoons baking milk sweet or teasi)oon salt,1 cup powder, one-fourth If 1 butter. 1 use tablespoon lard, tablespoon cream, 30 minutes. Bake 20 less or cream shortening. cup

.

Mrs.

"

NUT wheat 4

BREAD.

Trio

"

flour, two-thirds

cups

cup

sugar,

teaspoons baking powder,

20 minutes

in pan

to

1 cup

raise.

chopped Mrs.

BREAD.

one-half

egg,

oven.

Fauber.

cup sugar, 1 and egg, one-half one-half teaspoon salt, 4 cups

One

"

Abe

cups

Lei stand

nuts.

in slow

1 hour

Bake

Wonder

graham flour, 2 1 teasi)oon salt,1

"

NUT

S. B.

milk, flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder, rounding full,1 cup English walnuts chopped, not ground, or any other nuts will do. Beat eggs well, add sugar and beat, add milk and salt,then two cups flour and two spoons baking powder, then nuts and rest of flour and baking powder. Let rise 20

cup. sweet

minutes

and

bake

about

hour.

an

CREAM

BISCUITS

Harold

Mrs.

"

TWO."

FOR

For

Shellhorn. 2

people

use

spoon flour, 1 full teaspoon baking powder, half teasalt. Mix thoroughly and add 3 tablespoonscream, 8 tablespoons milk, then thaii mix all well, but no more Osborn. and cut for baking. Mrs. E, L. necessary 1

pint

of

"

CINNAMON into out

ROLLS."

the

pans

take

half

inch

thick.

with well about

out

When

dough

Spread

putting

enough

well

with

for

white

1 loaf

and

bread roll

butter, then thickly

down Now well. sprinkle suc:ar, patting the sugar with cinnamon and roll well like jelly cake. Slice an

light bake

inch 15

thick or

and

put in pans

to raise.

When

very

20 minutes.

SEUG"KINIKIN ….

Atorneys-at’Law

VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAND THEATERS ^

76

BAKING

PHILALETHEAN

THE

POWDER

BISCUIT."

COOK

One

BOOK

pint flour,one

of teaspoon baking powder, pinch of salt,dessert spoon soft dough to roll. lard, mix well. Sufficient milk to make Mrs. E. L. Oshorn. in quick OA^en 1 5 minutes. Bake "

MUFFINS,

Beat

then

1

egg, into which

"

milk, 2 cups of flour of baking powder, pinch of of melted butter, bake

add

MUFFINS."

one-fourth

level

cup

and

in

three-fourths

cup

of

milk.

sweet

minutes.

"

STICKS."

BREAD

teaspoons

hot

a

Eric

oven.

Anderson.

one-fourth

beaten

1 egg

teaspoon baking powder

in

Mrs.

sweet

spoons last 2 table-

add

minutes

Cream

sugar

2 level

salt,then 20

of

1 cup

is mixed

"

SWEET

add

butter, cup light,sift 3

2

flour cups Bake in gem

add

and

25

pans

J. C. Mathews.

Mrs.

One

quart graham flour, 1 pint Avhite,1 tablespoon salt,2 tablespoons sugar, butter size of egg, add into stiff dough that enough milk to make looks spongy and will roll into sticks without extra flour, in

bake

moderate

a

thin

as

of melted

parts and pat as

pat Cut

witli the

out

before.

Cover

before.

as

as

and

again Continue

with

suet, fold

hands

the

this

a over

almost

to

with

W.

Johnson.

light bread

Enough possible,cover

butter

Ada

"

BOOKS."

LITTLE roll out

oven.

mixture with the

with

1

loaf,

of

equal edges even thinness

same

mixture,

until

for

fold

have you inches by

over

6

and

layers.

3 inches. sharp knife into pieces 2 should be cut Each that the folded so piece edge instead of the outer form the inch 3 side of edges biscuit,thus has leaves thin as forming the book and when as opened After before cutting allow to raise 15 minutes paper. baking. Mrs. King. "

PARKER

milk,

2

sugar, moderate

HOUSE

ROLLS."

One

quart flour, 1 pint

tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoon lard, 1 tablespoon salt to taste, 1 cake in compressed yeast. Bake "Mrs.

oven.

NICHOLS" LATHROP .

.

.

Chas.

T. Baker.

THE MEN’S STORE

USE PRIDE OF MONTKOSE FLOUR THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

PUMPKIN

BREAD."

it is stewed

jlnd

yeast, dissolve all

together

Het

in

in

in loaves

bake

about

knead

and

bread.

small

loaves.

This

fold

OA

er

and

YEA^T

^

minutes

in

burns

more

bread

make

then

moderately

a

easily than large or six

three Mrs,

light

time

MonelL

T. W,

quarts of fl"ur, 1 teasi)oon salt, pint milk, 14 teacup yeast, ^ teacup

and

hole

a

lard

let the

melt

in center

salt and

and

milk

add

mixing overnight. rise

Let

second

Two

1

and

without

ten

recipe will

iSOLLAS."

in sugar

mould.

and

bread.

WTien

night.

this the

Do

"

14 teacup sugar, lard, Boil milk deep dish, make stand

let rise.

over

white

than

little stiffer let rise

Pumpkin

white

put

a

and

hour

one

oven..

TEA

size of small

place

make

heated

egg, 1 cake compressed Mix Salt to taste. little tepid water.

a

and

warm

a

quart of pumpkin after cups .tepid water, 1^2 cups

One

strained, 3

of butter

lump

sugar,

77

BOOK

again until when light bake

.STARTER,"

it,sift flour put in yeast. morning

dinner.

half hour.

into Then

it is cooled.

after In the

after

One

in

Roll

large potato

and

out, cut,

Kemhle.

Kaf^

"

mix

Let

boiled

with

1 1 quart water, one-half and add skin, mash sugar, cup tablespoon salt,1 cake of dry yeast. Let stand 24 hours. IMien Mrs, Neely, ready take half for bread. "

BROWN

large cup

cup X. O.

1 teaspoon

BREAD,"

graham flour, 1 molasses, 2 cups salt and

steam

large cup white flour, 1 large cup corn meal, one-half buttermilk, 1 teaspoon soda,

One

3 hours.

"

Mrs,

Strang.

Nichols Shoesand Furnishings " Lathrop. Clothing,

Store Co. The Richelieu Reinhold-rialloway Grocery "

THE

COOK

PHILALgTHEAN

flour, 1

si)oon lemon. add bake cream, done

sprinkle

sweet

cup Stir

cream,

unbaked

cocoanut

in

crust

butter

PIE."

CUSTARD

size

One

cup

1 cup

com

starch

of 2 eggs, 1 grated lemon, mix all whites milk and last the well beaten

well, add

hickory nut,

sweet

Stir well

1

heaping teaspoon

and

bake

in

in slow

crust

one

CREAM

PIE.

dissolved

in

pint milk,

One

"

cold

corn

together one-half

1 tablespoon flour, yolks of 2 eggs, put into sugar, Cook starch and add all to the boilingmilk. til uncom

cup the

thick. orange

Remove

baked.

of the eggs

and

sweet

and

PIE.

cream,, three-fourths and

cream

bake.

in the

"

oven.

butter

Lump

sugar 1 teasix)on vanilla.

When

cup

done

add

a

t

well

in

Put

"

Two

cups

raw

shaved "

PIE.

the

Mrs.

cup butter flour,

and

cocoanut

and

Jesse

oven

browTi

or

into

and

small

thoroughly.

with

fill

with

Cover

all

Mix

sifted

the

above.

frosting made and put 3 tablespoons powdered sugar be with made a top crust. may

twenty-fiveminutes. to

Starns.

rhubarb, cut in inch pieces, of 2 raisins, yolks eggs

pieces, juice and rind of 1 lemon. with Line a pie tin puff paste and and

add

Then

pie crust

seeded and chopped cup stirred into I cup of sugar, 2 tablespoons flour mixed with the raisins^1 tablespoon butter cut

of the 3 whites

I

egg,

together.

little

1

Bake

teaspoon

Zickefoose.

size of Mix

brown. FRENCH

Mrs.

"

tablesi)oons flour.

2

add

and

stove

has been into the pie crust, which pour whites Cover the top with the beaten

brown

CREAM

the

from

and

extract

previously

in

Smith.

Oeo.

tablespoon

1

Blend

milk.

of eggs.

oven.

Mrs.

"

starch

lump

1

sugar,

flour,yolks

or

When

oven.

J. C. Mathews.

Mrs.

"

LEMON

hot

let brown.

and

top

over

1 tea-

together,then

flour

and

spoons table-

2 sugar, size of egg,

of

cup butter

butter, sugar

in

79

Two-Uiirds

P/^."

BUTTER

BOOK

"

Mrs.

the

Joe

R. Brown.

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Colo. Attorney-atLaw,

PINKSTAFF

BROS. SHOP

BARBER

CHERRY

tablespoon

sugar,

top

PIE."

tiiblespoon flour.

1

in moderate

bake

I*ut

in

and

uncooked

i"iecrust E.

" .

APPLE

CAKE."

Sift

together rub

and

sweet

rolled.

Roll

inch

one-half

to

thick

2

cups in spoon tableegg

and be

can

less and

or

cup

L. M.

heaping teaspoon baking powder, beaten butter, add pinch of salt,a well milk dough that enough to dampen to a

flour

line

a

straight sides. Pill this with pared apples. Arrange in orderly rows. Sprinkle dried currants and and rind of lemon a grated erous genof sugar. all amount cinnamon, Sprinkle over Mrs. Htrang hot or cold and with cream if desired. tin that

large pie

has

sliced

and

Avith

serve

"

for top,, one 2 cups

butter, vanilla.

lemon,

and

1

tvo

1

put and

grated

boiler

rind

whites

si)read over

tablespoon

the

flour,

add

and

eggs, 1 cup sugar, starch, beat yolks of eggs dissolved

starch

corn

a

pint

PIE

in

a

of

boiling water, the juice Add crust previously bak’cd. 2 tablespoons of sugar,

till thick.

cook

of

lemon, put on of eggs stiff,add to to])and return

the

to

oven "

MINCE

Davis.

Two

corn

stir into

with

flavor

Dixie

"

large tablespoon

double

cups

PIE."

till creamy, water, then

in

eggs reserving cup sugar, one-half

Three

pies.

CUSTARD

and sugar little cold

the

one-half

cream,

Makes

LEMON

PIE."

DAVIS

JEFFERfiON whites

Beat

over

two

oven.

GERMAN

1

cut

cherries, add 1 cups into small pieces,sift

Pit

butter

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

80

MEAT."Thvee

boAvls

bro^Ti.

Alice

Caley.

chopped meat, 5 raisins,2 boAvls

ch()])pedapple, 1 bowl suet, 2 bowls 2 currants, 1 bowl vinegar, 1 bowl cider, 3 bowls sugar, black Avalnuts, one-half pound citron, 2 tablespoons cups 2 cinnamon, tablespoons nutmeg, 1 tablespoon cloves, 1 Moisture tablespoon salt, 1 tablespoon black pepper. from the beef stock. until heated taken Cook ding through, adsuet after taking from mix fire and thoroughly. bowls

"

Mrs.

Marshal

RainbowGarage, AutoRepairing

Masters.

E. Phone

H.

WEBB

Montrose

101

Store Co." The Richelieu Reinhold-Tianoway Grocery THE

PHILALETHEAN

LEMON I

PIE.

One

"

starch

in

until

clear. of

yolk before

After

removing juice and

add

putting

mixture

PINEAPPLE

with

1

PIE

lemon,

from

fire,stir

rind

of 1 lemon.

1 cup

small

One

"

Mrs.

"

PUMPKIN

PIE."

milk, 1 cup sugar, 2 I teaspoon nutmeg or put Avhites in last, folded pies. PUMPKIN then

PIE."

let it stew

on

W.

crust

Grose.

Baker.

John

Mrs.

thicken

separately, 2 ger, pumpkin, 1 teaspoon gincups and mix all together cinnamon, two in before baking. Makes

Three

cups

Bake P.

boiling water, on top. "

beaten

in the

grated pineapple,

can

sugar, 1 cup of egg white

boil

and

mixture

above

in.

starch.*Use

corn

up

water, put in the

cold

1 egg,

juice of

boiling water, 1 cup sugar, a heaping tablespoon corn

cup

Stir

toa"?[)oonbirttor.

^

BOOK

COOK

beaten

eggs

Cook

the

Callaway.

J. W.

Mrs.

"

thoroughly,

pumpkin

of the range until the moisture If coarse brown. or stringy run

the back

drys out and it is dark To one through a seive or a colander. cup of pulp add one tablespoon of cooking molasses, 1 teaspoon salt,threefourths and teaspoon each of vanilla, cinnamon ginger, three-fourths

of sugar, two and cup well beaten Bake egg.

milk,

and

good

wholesome

crust

done

brown

Avarm

or

one

and

for to

beautiful

a

PIE."

finely mashed, butter, .*]beaten eggs,

One

2 cui)s sugar,

pint milk, yolks. Slice 1

over

them.

PIE. 2

Make

"

a

cream, lemon or Mrs.

custard

tablespoons flour, i^

bananas WTien

in baked cold

serve

crust

with

Callaway.

sugar pour

Mrs.

J.

cup

nutmeg.

in double cup and

to, pota-

one-half

Joe

whipped "

Serve

steamed

,

BANANA

hue.

oughly thor-

J. L. Atkinson.

1 cup

"

until

or

pound

with

flavor

a

golden

Mrs.

"

POTATO

sweet cups lined with plate

minutes

thirty

cold.

SWEET

one-half in

boiler and

hot

of

2 egg

qustard

cream.

Guy Buily.

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Colo. Attorney-atLaw,

The DAILY ENTERPRISE IS EVERYBOOrS PAPER "82

PHILALETHEAN

THE

VIRGINIA

pounds beef, 2 i)oundsraisins,1 pound

MEAT."

MINCE

BOOK

COOK

Two

pounds suet,2 pounds currants, 2 Sultana citron, 4 pounds raisins, 2 apples, 2 pounds lemon pounds sugar, li^ pounds candied peel,2 nutmegs, one-fourth ounce cinnamon, onecloves,one-half ounce fourth 1 home-made of ounce sherry or wine, quart mace, 1 quart brandy, 1 teaspoon salt,the juice and rind of 2 till tender and Simmer meat lemons, 2 oranges. chop fine. Chop apples and suet, stone raisins, shred citron. Mix all dry ingredients together, then add juice of lemons and in Pack stone jar and pour on brandy. oranges. Thin with wine cider. This tha used or was a recipe by Mardown in the Custis Washington and has come family through Mary Custis. Mrs,

"

YANKEE Avith

PIE."

butter, then Grate

deep. Dot

over

batter

Robert

with

one

teaspoon

1 to 3 inches

pan

slice in pan it nutmeg

over

with

Take

apples or

deep, dredge

make

it 2 inches

spice if

preferred.

little sugar. Then make a a and one-half of 1 2 pint milk, ing heapeggs, the apples and baking powder, pour over butter

and

Mrs.

"

third

to

other

bake. LEMON

T. L. Hutton.

and Mrs.

E. Lee

PIE.

One

"

flour, 1 teaspoon butter, 3

and

J.

one-fourth

Redding.

G.

cup

one-

sugar,

boiling Avater, i^ teaspoon salt, 1 eggs, grated rind and juice of 1 lemon. Mix flour and salt,add boilingwater, well beaten sugar, and one teayolks of eggs, grated rind and juice of lemon cup

spoonful butter. and

beaten

stiff,14 juice.

cover

ENGLISH

Cook with

crust

lemoti

cup

cup

well

in double

meringue powdered

sugar Mrs. "

WALNUT

PIE."

One

tablespoon butter, 2 egg milk, like fudge, then beat to a cream. in baked

of

made

1

Put

boiler.

shell

and

Add

meringue

on "

whites

and

1

of

eggs

teaspoonful

G. 0. Earnest.

cup

yolks,

Fill baked

sugar,

1 cup

nuts.

flavoringand

1

cUp Cook nuts.

top.

Mrs.

W.

II.

Fleming.

For the BestJob PrintiHg go to THE ENTERPRISE

Co. The Richeliea Store Reinhold-rialloway Grocery "

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

83

BOOK

the stiffly large pie, take 2 beaten whites of 2 eggs and add gradually to the whites tablespoonsof fine granulated sugar, beating hard all the time until, it is quite stiff several minutes. Spread this the pie or pudding and to the dish to the oven return on color a delicate brown. Mrs. R. A. Leisy.

MERINGUE."

For

one

"

"

LEMON small

RAISIN

yolks of lemon, then

Beat

li^ cui)s cream, and and cream, add eggs, sugar stir well while the juice and

the whites and

crust

of the

2 eggs and in moderate oven.

bake

COCOANUT fourths

cup

1

sugar,

pint boiling sugar, flour, salt in double and

until

on

top and

ORAPE

PIE.

egg,

1

English

"

butter, add

add

thick, then

One

about

Beat

crust.

and

one-half

and SOUR

bake

and

cup whites

e^gs, cook cocoa-

and

C. L. Brosh.

ripe

cups

butter

tablespon flour, 14 walnut

salt,1

Mix

^^

the

Mrs.

"

three-

eggs, pinch of

boilingwater

brown.

"

Two

into

Pour

flour, a spoon butter size of a nut.

baked

into

pour

spread

1

boiler

mixing juice.

C. L. Brosh.

Mrs.

large

and and

grated rind

raisins.

add

PIE."

CUSTARD

water

nut

1 eggs, 1 cup sugar, 1 lemon. raisins and

Three

sweet

cup

Beat of

PIE."

grai)es, size of

cream, ^^P gether all toMix three-fourths cup sugar. Brosh. Mrs. L. C. crust. in double and

"

PIE."

MILK

One

and

one-half

sugar, ter, yolks, 1 heai)ing tablespoon flour,4 tablespoons but-

4 egg

cups

spoon milk (large), 1 teateaspoons vinegar, 1 cup sour cinnamon, Yo teaspoon cloves, 14 pound raisns. Cook until thick and adding pie crusts put in baked whites and 4 level of 4 egg meringue made tablespoons BroAvn lightly. For two pies. sugar. Mrs. E. B. Johnson, Idaho.

2

"

REAL

PIE.

CREAM

whites and

"

One

of .2 eggs, whip both very flavor to taste. Put in a baked

cooled

and

JOHN L

serA^e

at

once.

Avhipping

cup stiff.

"

Add

crust

Mrs.

cream,

^

cup sugar which has been

Elmer

Eipper.

Cok Montrose. STIVERS, Attorney-atLaw, .

Digitized by LjOOQIC

Go. The Richelieu Store Reinhold-GaDoway Grocery "

cut

in inch

rhubarb

BOOK

and

Peel

plate with crust. pieces,place on plate as

/VA"

RHUBARB

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

84

Cover

you would with outer

even aj)ples. Do not heap in center, have crust. Sprinkle 1 cup sugar and scant cup flour Also sprinkle with nutmeg toj) and dot with butter.

ciiuiamon.

with

()ver

RHUBARB cubes

top

Mrs.

"

A,

for

boilingwater Mix

pie.

a

and

quick

or

oven.

in

rhubarb

Cover

20

in

small

dish

with

rhubarb

slice

and

let steam

of 2 eggs

in

bake

Hawkyardj Olathe^ Colo.

T,

PIE."Vael

enough

and

crust

over

minutes.

a

off water.

Pour

tablespoons of cup sugar, 2 stir in rhubarb. and butter

with yolks 4 tablespoons melted flour, I*our into a pie pan lined Beat moderately hot oven.

1

with

rich

whites

and

pastry

in

bake

of eggs and put on top. Mrs. J. W. Page. "

and

ENGLISH

WALNUT

1/^cup

to

and

sugar

juice

juice,the

a

chopped cup and with pastry ])late and

sugar

and

two

bake

a

PIE

CRUST.

the

when

add

two

eggs,

two

PIE."

ONE

much.

"

teaspoons

sugar.

butter, add

1 egg

Avith

milk.

spread half and sugar.

with

deep pie

fillingwith tablespoons to oA^en

J. E. Deno.

flour,1

cup

level

spoon baking powder, i/^ teaheaping tablespoons lard,

cold

Mrs.

Do

water.

work

Christ ianson.

B.

B.

not

One

flour, baking powder, teaspoon salt, Mix and rub in 2 heaping tabl^poons Mix weU beaten. to a rather soft dough

melted

bake.

orange

a

of

Price’s

3 teaspoons

sweet

One

SHORTCAKE."

STRAWBERRY 2

Mrs.

eggs lemon

one

Return

nuts. "

starcli, pinch tablespoon corn salt, sift together; two four or five tablesj)oons very too

Line

baked-

rich brown. FOR

of

half

tablespoons chopped

2

tablespoon

rind

walnuts.

of

of

yolks

1

grated

English

whites

of

made

Beat

Add

cream.

half

and

14

meringue

PIE."

When

quart

one-half

Divide

in two

parts.

butter, then cool

lay

half

second

separate and "

Roll

Mrs.

lay

half

and

on

first

in berries

Ray

and

Brat fain.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

RealEstate^ Insurance..Christianson Loans,

and

,

PHILALETHEAN

THE

COOK

BRANBURY roll

stoned

raisins

of one,

1 cup

paste, turn

85

BOOK

TARTS."

for little turii-over

as

Make

pies.

Make

sugar, 1 rolled and over pinch

2 lemons Mix

keep together. Four

Elizabeth

then

milk, and to

stir

sugar,

constantly

vanilla a

a

add

little milk

delicate

to

the

flour

to the

and

till thick

beaten

yolks

beaten

enough.

whites

and

brown.

SEUG"KINIKIN

.

.

.

separate, 1^

sugar and flour of eggs before beating, yolks to the boiling Add

put "

Schnur.

chocolate,butter

3 tablespoons flour, 14 ^^P cups sugar, size of egg, milk enough for two pies. Mix

together, add

of 1 cup the rind

spread on fingers to

your M.

beaten

eggs

and and

together with "

PIE."

dressing

a

cracker.

paste and

rich

good

a

choped fine,juice of

CHOCOLATE

Simmons

Mrs.

on

a

little sugar

top. BroVn Karl

Orme.

Atorneys-atLaw

Co. The Ridielien Store Reinh9ld-(ialloway Grocery "

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

87

BOOK

CANDY EVERTON

TAFFY.

Add 9

1

it out

cold

Nuts

paper. before

buttered

squares. be added may

pouring

DELIGHT."

beaten

stir into

flavoring.

until

Beat

sta{2:e.

partly-

paraffin the

pan

Smith.

T,

hard

in

sugar

into

off

and of 2 eggs, add nuts into to enough put deep plates.

Mahelle

cold cup three-fourths

box

Knox Boil

water.

of

cup and add

bowl

Holland.

Lucas

one-half

three-fourths

hairs, then

Take

water.

whites

stiff

in

syrup

com

cup

tablespoons water, boil

5

MARSHMALL0W8."S6sik

granulated

Grace

OnehsiU

"

ard

square

into

"

granulated sugar, about stirring until it gets

fire and

WTien

.

HEAVENLY 2 cups without

the crack

by sprinkling over

out.

pan. sauce-

simmered

it has

cool.

to

pans Wrap each

in

butter

ounces

After broiTi sufjar. until reached it has test it

into

into

score

3

pound

10 minutes

or

Turn

"IAqM

atine gel-

2

cups until it

water

gelatine. Beat until thick as mush. with Cover an a platter well with the on powdered platter and sugar, pour spread thin, Then cover top li^ith powdered sugar. When cool cut into squares and roll in powdered sugar. a

pour egg beater

deep

Mrs.

"

MEXICAN

PENOCHE."T^o

1/^pound the

glucose,

thermometer

Take

off

of

or

fire,add

CHOCOLATE

teacups

piece

of butter

chocolate.

becomes

of paper

to

240

gar, su-

by

try it in water.

you

.

teaspoons of salt and 2 pounds in well) then put on Avax pecans

CARAMELS." of white

F.

"

One

Spalding.

W.

cupful

molasses

dissolve

fire and add over sugar, size of egg and one-fourth of pound grated Boil until small quantitiesdropped into iced

2

water

when

like

paper

and

wax

penoche

Cook

water.

Tripler,

2

(stir salt and drop cakes.

pecans

pounds

2 quarts

stiff

a

J. W.

to

quite firm, then

cool.

into

pour "

John

greased squares D.

Robuck.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Montrose. Attomey-atLaw,

DANDRUFF

FOR

BEST

MANGE

GLOVER’S

NUT

CANDY. 1

sugar,

and syrup sugar, creani in cold water, remove

flavoringand and

until

it will harden

from

stove

stir in

and

Pour into creamy. before it is quite cold.

STB

strips 14 cold

i^ch

boil

water,

wide

and

water

AW

H."

and

3

let stand

constantly

of 4

reel

tins

buttered

L. J. Hole.

long,

hours, drain and I14 hours, changing

24

for

and

nuts

in

cut

oranges,

inches

4

or

dropped

when

"Mrs. ORANGE

Cook

teaspoons flavoring.

stir until

in squares

cut

granulatpounds ed pint cream, 2 pounds

li^

syrup, (hulled) 2

BOOK

COOK

three

or

cups

corn

cup walnuts

English

Six

"

HAIR

SHOP

PHILALETHEAN

THE

88

FALLING

and

BARBER

FBROS.

PINKSTAF

with

cover

fresh

add the

water

20

off water and add minutes, pour li/^cups of thick sugar, and 2 tablespoons of water, boil until very without 2 forks and with the straws burning. Remove toss lightlythrough granulated Mrs. A. E. Guy. sugar. every

"

PERSUADERS." each

of seeded

Vnt

the through chopper dates and moisten raisins,nuts, figs,

few

drops of lemon juice or vanilla. blended. Sprinkle the moulding board a

to

sugar

less,cut until

on

confectioner’s

sticking. Roll about i^ inch thick or rounds, sprinkle thick with granulated tin boxes between layers of waxed paper

prevent

ready

in to

Alma

serve.

BRITTLE"

RICE

PUFFED

y2

cups brown sugar, until hard, cover tom botpour syrup Holland.

"

SCOTCH."

BUTTER

one-half

pint

sugar,

will

iharden in

One

water.

pint

butter.

pound

I*our

Boil

"

CHIPS.

"

honey,

together tin "

Miss

and

one

until cut

it in

Dewey.

One

cup brown sugar, 1 cup pinch of soda, cook until it

molasses, 1 teaspoon butter, hardens, pull and dip in sAveetened

chocolate. "

das. AHwsoii-GATES

strained

buttered

on

CHOCOLATE

Busey.

Two

14 ^^P butter, cook cup of water with and of pan rice, cocoanut peanuts, Mabel and cool, cut in squares. Lucas

squares.

well

in small

pack

sugar,

cup with

until

Knead with

1

Stella

Clayhaugh.

TIRES ‘^’^T^Z =^,^"

Digitized by LjOOQIC

THE DAILY ENTERPRISE CARRIES LATEST NEWS THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

COCOANUT size of

an

sugar;

2

beat

partly

CARAMELf^,"!

to a

cold

into

cut

Boil

squares.

COLLEGE

sugar,

one

14

corn

cup before

FUDGE."

adding to mixture, and get cold, then beat

out

desired

and

One

y^ cup sugar, butter size of four

syrup,

flavor

FONDANT.

to

all

(some

walnuts.

until

creamy. Mrs. C.

milk,

Melt

ter but-

soft

ball.

forms

Candies.

Cream

rich

or

cream

until

"

granulate

cup

cook

taste.

For

"

stiff

pans, and when Mrs. J, O, West.

"

brown

cup

3 lbs. Avhite

into shallow

Pour

)

cream.

grated fine; slowly until

the

butter

pint milk;

cocoanut

lemon.

teaspoons

SMITH

Set

1 small

egg;

them

8?

BOOK

Add

Larson.

8.

and

Three

"

if

nuts

one-half

pounds of granulated sugar, li/^pints of w^ater, 1 tle, tartar, mix all together in a granite kettea"?poon cream solved, set in a pan is disstove until sugar on boiling water then kettle and from w^ater remove place over brisk fire. After boiling about 15 minutes try in cold w^ater, when

finger it

once

When

it

begins

out

Divide

dough.

on

Two

"

buttered

to

fire and

as

desired.

Mrs.

Oscar

granulated mixed, ly^ bars boil hard

Let

beat

to

cool

j^late. WTien

1 cup

sour

CREAM

size of walnut. Just Pour

until

Mrs.

Three it

chocolate.

out

move Reinto

a

squares. Abe Fauher. brown

cups forms

sugar,

in water, butter just I teaspoon vanilla,take off and beat hard before add enough 1^ pound

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cream.

vigorously. chopped nuts.

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cups

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cut

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THE

DATE

LOAF,

3

"

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

BOOK

of cup ball,have 1

granulated sugar, cups boil until it forms soft

milk, put on and chopped and seeded 1 package of dates and while this is still hot put in dates and beat till dates are all dissolved, then 1 cup add to it and nuts, wet towel, pour this on shape into long loaf. Put on jdatter and slice. Freda Thompson, sweet

"

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molasses,

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1 cup

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sugar

boiler

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double

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granulated

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2 ounces

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the

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into

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beat

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a

buttered

pan.

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vanilla

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"

DATES."

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them,

have

cheese

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around

nice

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large

walnut

dates, with

meat

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LOAF.

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cuj) of honey, into another pan and

14

cold

beat

aside

set

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sugar, soft

cool.

to

on

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mold

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water; cup then ball, i)our 1

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1 cu]) corn sugar, water, pinch of salt. Second

cup into

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hardens Into

when

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on

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dropped

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cup until

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strings

cool

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tested

cool

enough

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tie

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sugar, Avithout

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into

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Alice

"

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cup

ounce

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when

brittle

till cool

enough

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to

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in thin

and

in small

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and

is much

sugar balls

creamy

pound

of into

form

PASTE."

raisins, one loaf, slice

One

pound into

thin

may than

of

in loaf and

be added

fondant.

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T. Freeman.

pound

of

walnuts,

figs,gririd together

POP

Mrs.

dip

in

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CORN."

slice

if desired.

ordinary

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sugar. HONEY

pulling. Tripler.

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"

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in water,

tried

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beat

potatoes

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syrup, melted

for

"Mrs. POTATO

dish when

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corn

tablespoon vinegar,1

stirring. greased pans

brittle

and

i/^cup of chopped nuts. lightly with tips of very

it

fingers. VELVET

tartar.

in

work

handle,

into

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hard

one

sugar,

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very

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water.

pans Greene,

granulated

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14 teaspoon

water,

sized

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boil until

and

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and

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of 3 eggs, (^ook in cold water.

chopj.ed

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1 cup

pan,

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brown

3 pan three-fourths

paper.

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one

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cup

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"

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Colo. Attorney-atLaw,

make themand ANY KIND YOU WISH. THE

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ball in cold

nuts Add water, then beat until creamy. and lemon desired, also 14 teasi)oon each of vanilla when cool. Spread on dish, cut in squares "

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Mrs.

Beulah

if tracts. ex-

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one-third

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one-half

and

lasses, shortening, 1 cup mo1 cup buttermilk, 3 eggs, 1 teaspoon each ginger, spoons cloves, cinnamon, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 2 heaping teaFoda, pinch Fait, 1 cup chopped raising, flour to Smith. roll easily. Mrs. Howard

cups

and

siijfar, one

cups

"

BROWNIE

14

COOKIES."

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2

Beat

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sugar, melted

cup

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butter

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flour, 1

inch

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an

120 minutes

take

fbblong pieces while

in cake

hot.

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COOKIES."

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Bell.

S. U.

1/2

of brovTi sugar,

1 cup

14 in

Crease

oven.

Mrs.

"

8

butter, ^2 ^^P sweet li^ cups flour,2 of chocolate, ^ teaspoon vanilla, 1 cup of nuts, squares spoon y^.teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 egg, 1 teaMrs. E. P. Johnson. cinnamon, 14 teaspoon salt. cup

milk

of melted

"

COOKIES. in which

"

dissolve 1

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1

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roll out. COOKIES."

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3

shortening, 1 cup sour seed to taste, flour to

PUFFS."

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water, sauce

and

four

eggs,

One

1 cup

half

flour.

Jesse

light, 2 cups 1 teaspoon cream, soft dough. make a

Mrs.

Harry Dtmbar.

Put

Drop by spoonfuls into buttered One pint whipped Filling:

powdered

sugar,

butter

pan.

and

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add

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add 30

eggs. minutes.

two-thirds cream, teaspoon vanilla. "

MRS.

boiling

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As as soon boiling point is reached pan. fire and from stir vigorously. Remove

one-half

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beaten

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"

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to

flour

.

.

CREAM sugar,

Mrs.

"

cream, melted

cup

teaspoon ginger,

1

nutn.eg,

sour

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Joe

R.

cup

Broton.

Hot and ColdWater .

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Go. The Richelieu Store Grocery Reinhold-GaDoway "

96

THE

COOKIES. and

milk,

lard

mixed,

cups

4 eggs,

one

COOK

BOOK

sugar, two-thirds cup one-third and cups

ter butsour

1

teaspoon salt,2 heaping teaspoons soda, y^ ^^^" stiff enough to roll out. Sprinkle with sugar bake in quick oven. Grandma Oage. Mix

meg.

and

"

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2 coffee

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PUFFS." and

water

sifting,then at

one

a

bake

about

oj)en

on

while

take

time

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boilingbeat

off the

without

25

stove

in

fill with

COOKIES."

in 1 cup of flour after

in 1

cup Stir cool.

and

Two

^^^len

oven,

whipped

1 cup

in 3 eggs, quickly,and

in tins

moderate

"

FILLED

butter

cup

beating. Drop

minutes

side, and

one-half

cool

cream.

Mrs.

W.

cups

sugar,

F.

Crowley. II/2 cups three

shortening (butter or lard) milk, eggs, two roll flour to salt, heaping teasi"oons baking powder, Roll thin. well. Pilling: One cup ground raisins,one water two tablespoons of flour, cup sugar, one-third cup until thick. Place cook a teaspoon full on each cookie, in quick oven, and add nuts cookie Bake another on top. Mrs. J. R. Johnson. in fillingif desired. sweet

"

COOKIES."

FILLED

beaten

Credm

butter

1/2cup pinch

a egg and and 1 of soda

with

1

of

spoons salt,2 teasifted with 2i/^cups of tartar cream Mix flour sweet milk. of flour, 14 cup all,adding more cookie if needed nice smooth to make a dough. Pilling: 2 and 1 cup Cook heaping 14 cup water, teaspoons sugar of ground raisins,figs or dates. flour and a heaping cup Roll cookies thin, place in pan^ then drop a spoonful of the each. Wet the fillingin place edge with water, them cookie the another on edge together on top, press that do burn. not bake and they taking care

of sugar,

a

well

"

Mrs.

J. C. Mathews.

1 cup butter cups sugar, well lasses, beaten, % cup mo(worked to cream), add 3 eggs dissolved in little cold soda 1 teaspoon a water, 1

FRUIT

cup

COOKIES."

raisins,seeded of all kinds

and of

iy2

chopped ; spices. Plour

1 cup

of currants, 1 teaspoon

to roll.

"

Mrs.

Kyle.

Montrose. Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Attorney-atLaw,

The place to haveclothes cleaned" ParkadeCleaners THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

GINGER

DROPS."

3 eggs, mola^sses, 1 teaspoon soda

1

!

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1

lard,

cup

1

teaspoon cinnamon,

cup

57

1

sugar

cup

1

teaspoon ginger, a boiling water, a cup pinch of salt,3 clips of flour and drop by spoonfuls on a floured Chocolate frosting for drops : 2 cups sugar, pan. three-fourths cup of milk, 1 tablespoon butter, 2 squares Bakers

dissolved

chocolate.

Boil

in

of

mixture

until

threads

cookies. GINGER

SNAPS."

frost

and

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Alpha

"

lard large cup butter and cups mixed, 1 coffee cup of sugar, 1 teacup of molasses, 2 teaof cold water, 1 tablespoon of ginger, 1 tablespoon 1 teaspoon cloves, 1 teaspoon of soda of cinnamon, solved disin hot water, flour for rather Roll stiff dough. Bake out thin and quickly. sug^ir cakes. 1

OR

HERMITS white

three-fourths

sugar,

enough

in moderate

soda,

sugar, in the tumble

pan,

two

soft

teaspoon

buttered

on

Mrs.

2 eggs

dissolved

in

eggs,

one

tartar,

Roll

dough.

thin

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of hot

dough. COOKIES."

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sugar,

flour.

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Beat

salt,one from

a

cup

of

teaspoon

Mrs.

eggs, nuts, nine

"

a

1 cup

of

same

sprinkle Don’t

let

Selected.

lard, two

ger, teaspoon ginhalf teaspoon

Flour

two

and

and

melted

water.

and

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the

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tin

finger.

1

cup

cups cinnamon,

light,add

very

of

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J. W.

pint molasses, one teaspoons baking powder, one and four

sugar,

soda

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Beat

COOKIES."

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cups

middle size of your or get too bro^Ti.

the

cut

one-half

spoon separately,^ teaboiling water, 1 cup seeded raisins,flour

"

i^ teaspoon sugar, make flour to a stiff

with

butter,

1

oven.

FINGERS."

LADY

and

eggs one-half

stiff batter.

make

One

beaten

walnuts, li^

X)ound English to

in

dissolved

soda

white

cup

teaspoon vanilla,4

1

bake

ROCKS."

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Mrs.

"

P. add

to

make

C. Clark. one

of

cup

teaspoonfulls-of

bake; Miss

Edwyl

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Redding.

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101

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98

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

BOOK

lard, 1/2cup’ soft bro^vn 1 V2 sugar, 1 cup molasses, 1 cup boiling water and spoons teaspoons soda, 1 teaspoon cinnamon cloves, 2 teaginger, flour enough for thin dough. Roll 1^4 inch bake in moderate ing. thick, oven. Spread with boiled frostOINOER

CREAMS"

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butter,14

cup

MOTHER’S

COOKIES."

lard, 14 cup butter, y^ soda, two eggs or vanilla.

Roll.

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Mrs.

"

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in

milk,

one

of three

eggs, bake

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shapes

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Mrs.

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spoon teaspoon tea-

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beaten, 1 nilla, teaspoon va-

2i^ cups rolled oats not cooked, 1 butter size of an teaspoon baking powder, from teaspoon well apart on greased pan, bake 1

Drop or

10

in hot

minutes

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oven.

crumbling.

in pan H. H. Mrs.

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OATMEAL

butter

egg. five

to

vent pre-

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sugar,

cup

cool

to

eggs,

lard

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nice

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eggs

sugar,

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sugar, or

cream

yolks

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H.

cup

brown. OATMEAL

cup

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mixed, 214 cups (dry), teaspoon cinnamon, y^nwXv^veg and % teasi)oon with level teaspoon salt, 1/2^^? ^^^ water soda, 1 cup Mix raisins. w^ell together and drop on greased pan in flour, 1

cup

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small

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cakes.

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2

powder,

in moderate

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juice enough

of

y2 one

to

oven.

"

Mrs.

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Ada

Deisher.

shortening, 1 cup 1 teaspoon baking

cup

orange,

roll.

Mrs.

W.

0.

Redding.

COOKIES."

PRUNE

y2 cup butter, 1 cup sugar, 3 cinnamon, 1 teaspoon nutmeg, ^ cup eggs, 1 teaspoon 1 sour teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 milk, (cooked and seeds removed. cup prunes "

FANCIES."

SCOTCH thirds

cup

cocoanut,

teasi)oon salt,one-third butter.

One

one-third

teaspoon

Mrs,

E.

V. Pence.

twoegg, 1/2 cup sugar, rolled oats, one-third cup

vanilla,two-thirds "

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spoon table-

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PHILALETHEAN

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sugar,

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thicken

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COOKIES."

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sour

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milk, chopped well

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and

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on

"Mrs. SUGAR or

lard, 2

COOKIES." eggs,

salt,2

teaspoon nutmeg. sprinkle with sugar, WINTER

1 cup

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one sugar, soft make

cups to

"

molasses,

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Edna

cup

1

Roll thin,

dough.

1

3 eggs,

butter

teasi)oon soda,

Mrs.

quickly.

1 cup

cream,

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SPICE

broA^Ti sugar, 1 cup in 1/2cup ^^t

sour

C. Clark.

P.

King.

lard,

3 teaspoons

1

soda

cup dissolved

namon teaspoon each of cloves,cinlittle nutmeg, mix and allspice, a very stiff. The above be mixed in the fall,set in a cool place and may baked from needed. It will keep until spring,the last as dough being found better than the first.

water,

1

Mrs.

"

DOUGHNUTS."

CHOCOLATE creamy,

add

one

cup

H.

J. Culver.

till eggs light and fluffy.

Beat

two

sugar and beat until melted butter, 1^ teaspoon

salt,two tablespoon teaspoon cinnamon, two teaspoons baking powder, one well Mix tablespoons or two squares of melted chocolate. flour and add one milk, three cups flour; more cup sweet Roll 14 inch thick, cut in shape and fry in hot to handle. Add

one

grea.se.

Mrs.

"

H.

W.

Wolfing.

II/2 cups sugar, II/2 cups egg, to VA teaspoons soda, nutmeg buttermilk, 14 ^^^P butter, be flour enough to make Add flavor. dough soft as can DOUGHNUTS."

1

handled.

"

Mrs.

J. H.

Carkhuff.

DOUGHNUTS."

iy2 cups sugar, 2 eggs, 1 buttermilk mjishcMl iiotatoes, i/4pint of coffee or cui" sour milk, 1 big teaspoon of soda, Uy teasi)oon salt,3 table in enough flour to roll out Work lard. melted sT)(X)ns POTATO

like

biscuits.

"

Mrs.

Geo.

Smith.

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose, Attorney-atLaw,

VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAND THEATERS 100

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THE

POTATO

hot,

DOUGHNUTS."

2

BOOK

COOK

mashed

cups

potatoes,

4

tablespoons shortening, 3 cups sugar, 4 eggs, 5 teaspoons of baking jmwder, 3 cups milk, salt,nutmeg, flour

enough ening, sugar

flour

sifted

to

and with

stiffen. eggs,

Make

add

baking powder.

cup

MILK

sweet

of

milk, Cook

in

DOUGHNUTS."

II/2 cups cream, flour to make soda,

2 sugar, stiff a

and

milk,

Cream

cup sugar, then little nutmeg and

1 a

in

flour

add

3 well

cinnamon, soft

make

a enough powder is to have making good doughnuts enough to roll and have the lard very

to

3

together

of

"

nutmeg,

Franklin.

milk, 1 spoon rounding teasour

eggs,

dough,

boiling lard.

cups

Mrs.

and

H.

W,

2

"

DOUGHNUTS."

potatoes, short

salt

Mrs.

"

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of

cream

a

then

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Glenn

to

taste.

Corey.

tablespoons

beaten

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1

ter butcup

teaspoons baking dough. The secret the dough just soft 3

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hot.

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101

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Middlemen’s

almost

entirely.

only Dependable Merchandise. in Vast Quantities. /

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at

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We

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One

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to

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We

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Waste

We

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‘Premiums."

,

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REMEMBER"

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operating in

every

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effect

we

our

time

business

purchase

you

DEPARTMENT

MONTROSE,

C.

PENNEY

CO.,

in

A

and buying merchandise saving you participate

is the

at

our

stores.

IN

STORES

1921

COLORADO

NATION

WIDE

INSTITUTION

MRS. A. W. KNOn, HEMSTITCHINGand PICOTING 1100 THE

South

First

St.

PHILALETHEAN

ing

to shake

off

cooking making.

where

sure

in in cake

last

to

require

from

30

earthen cups

;

dish,

; other

the

an

those

15

20

to

in

than

egg utensils

thick

needed.

In

Thin

thicker

be

spoon; and tins

loaves-

others.

minutes;

cake

cakes

Thin

baking.

should

Cakes

beater

baking as ficient low, but suf-

on

baked

ment depart-

no

the

rather

quicker

wooden

a

be

entire

burn

from

teaspoon

are

will

with

depends

the

than

minutes.

bowl a

as

Thiere is

8.

fire should

oven

bake 40

to

flour. much

throughout

molasses

should

ISJ

BOOK

excess

The

hotter

a

with

f^ake cakes

COOK

216W.

Fhoo"

"

ones

mixed

in

cake

earthen

or

an

measuring

two

serve ob-

cake

making

following order in putting materials together: butter the and together, add First, always cream sugar ing yolks of eggs and beat, then add milk, and flour with bakpowder in it,then the whites of eggs, and last of all the

the

flavoring. ANGEL

scant

7

of 12 eggs

whites

add

till

in moderate

half

sugar, teaspoon each

Put

1

raisins

orate

oven.

1%

^

cups

add onts.

apple and

nuts,

the sugar,

add

sauce, 1

1

egg

and

O. M.

Mrs.

HOT

chopped

cup

vanilla.

other

gether toone-

salt. and

sauce

Pricketh

butter, 1 cup soda, 1 teaspoon

of

cup

teaspoon

add and

cup

teaspoon

cloves, 1

teaspoon

sweetened raisins

flour, 1

Fetz.

2 cups of flour and 45 minutes in mod-

Bake

flour.

nilla. va-

bake

Cream

i)orkfat,and

add

CAKE"y2

SAUCE

CAKE."

of

1

"

APPLE egg,

with

dusted

Mrs,

"

cloves, nutmeg sour apple

cinnamon, into

1 of

and

flour, etc., and

or

cup all together and

Mix

well.

of

soda

teaspoon

1 cup

1

of tartar

SAUCE butter

1 cup

1 cup

1 minute

Beat

oven.

APPLE

JANE’S

AUNT

com

warm.

in sugar,

stiff,fold

40 minutes

beat

and

heaping teasi"oon cream

1

Beat about

fresh

1 sugar, cups starch (sifted

one-half

and

One

"

flour, 1 heaping tablespoon

cup

times)

then

FOOD.

thick

dates, Cream

sugar, mon,^ cinna-

strained 1

the

cup

of

butter,

ingredients, "

Miss

Edwyl Reddmg.

Keysand Accessories. BarschMotor Co. Bicycles,

Go." The Richeliea Store Grocery ReUwId-Ganoway 104

BLUEBERRY

CAKE."

Two

sour

add

milk, 5 eggs, berries,then

well

beaten.

three

butter

and^ugar,

the

milk.

Then

One-half

teaspoon

CAKE."

flour,

cup

cup butter cinnamon.

and

One-half

and

added

brown

Bake

last.

cups half

STONE

Mrs.

cup milk When cold

egg. moderate

add

to

cake

the

2 cups

One

Baker’s

other

OA/T^"

light milk, 2

cup

cup Boil

chocolate

mixture

and

Two-thirds

one-

and

1 in

bake

Holland.

Lucas

Mabelle

"

SUGAR

little hot

Lampman.

soda.

teasjioon

oven.

BURNT

Oscar

cup

eggs, and one-fourth

a

immediately.

butter, one-half

1

cup

in

CAKE’."

2

cups

raisins.

One-half egg. One-fourth spoon tea-

One

FRONT

one-half

sugar,

flour,

one-half

nutmeg.

"

BROWN

one-half

and

teasi)oon soda, mixed

cloves,one-half water

One

cup sugar, lard mixed.

one

8. N. Hitchcock.

Mrs.

"

eggs makes this

of

filling. One-half

white

SPONGE

One

teaspoons

soda, 10 tablespoons

Mix nutmeg. flour, spices,soda,

layers.

yeast-

cups mon, cinna-

one-half

Use

BREAD

2

sugar,

cups flour,2

blueberries,1 cup butter,3 cups 2 teaspoons allspice, 2 teaspoons

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

butter,ly^ flour,heaping teaspoon baking powder, cup

cups sugar, and flavor 2 eggs, 4 teaspoons burnt sugar, 1 cup of water To burn to taste. put 1 cup of sugar in pan and sugar, When add thoroughly brown keep stirringuntil melted. a

little

stir well

boiling water,

and

"

CAKE."y2

COCOA

yolks

sugar, 1

teaspoon

tablespoons and

butter

milk,

flour

whites

of

desired.

of 3 eggs, vanilla,2

sugar,

and the

add

Chumbly.’

snowdrift, 1

cup

milk, li^ cups flour, cup sweet level teaspoons baking powder, 6 flour

and

yolks

Bake

baking powder,

of

eggs, last,fold

vanilla,and eggs.

or

Miss

fire.

%

Sift

cocoa.

butter

cup

from

remove

in

two

well

"

beaten,

in the

layers Mrs.

cream

or

beaten

well in

R- O.

a

then

loaf

By

as

am.

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Colo. Attomey-atLaw,

USE PRIDE OF MONTROSE FLOUR THE

PHILALETHEAN

BROWN

COOK

CAKE,"

loT

BOOK

butter, 1 cup sugar, one-fourth chocolate. Mix together 3 egg yolks, 1 cup teas])oon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon cloves,three-fourths cold water, 2 powder, 1% cups cup teaspoons baking flour.

Add

beaten

Oneliaif

whites

and

cup

in slow

bake

Mrs.

"

CARAMEL with

CAKE."

Beat

A.

oven.

Wachter.

G.

of butter cup 2 add yolks of eggs and and beat 5 minutes, add 3 one-half

of sugar to a cream of water, 2 cu])s of flour 1 teaspoon teaspoons caramel syrup,

11/4cu])s

1 cup

of

flour, beat again and baking powder and well

vanilla,one-half cup carefully 2 teaspoons of

stir in beaten

whites

Caramel

of 2 eggs. in sugar

and granulated pan fire until sugar melts and finally becomes liquid one-half and throws off intense smoke. Have ready cup water. from fire and in boiling water, remove put pan Stir rapidly and then boil until you have a syrup. Bottle syrup: stir over

and

Put

jmt away

one-half

for

CHOCOLATE

cup

use.

Mrs.

"

Fauber.

cup butter, 2 one-third cups

CAKE."OueliSLU

NUT

Abe

4 eggs, 1 cup milk, two and sugar, flour, three-fourths cup nuts, 4 teaspoons baking 2 squares Baker’s chocolate, one-half teaspoon

cups

butter then one-eighth teaspoon salt- Cream Beat of and cream yolks again. sugar eggs and cup

of sugar

then

add

to

sugar

Lite, then add a little milk and Add baking powder and salt in whites last the stifflybeaten and marshmallow use frosting. CIDER

CAKE.

One

"

cup

butter.

and

Put

little flour

a

the

flour, then

of eggs. Mrs. "

1

add

cup other

add

in chocoat

a

time.

the

nuts

the

cake

With

Jesse

one-half

sugar,

powder, vanilla,

O’Neil.

cup soda.

butter,

Flour beaten, large cup cider,1 teaspoon thick 1 it as of as sufficient to make pound cake, cup desired. in if Harriet J. Culver. flour raisins dredged 1 ogc: Avoll

"

CREAM cups eggs,

CAKE.

"

One

cup

cream,

one

cup

sugar,

1^^

flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, whites of 4 Miss one-half Engteright. cup milk, flavoring.

sifted

"

Nichols "Lathrop- HighGradeNeckwearforMen

OeanedlikeNew Dresses

PHILALETHEAN

THE

IOC

COCOANUT cup crisco flour ; then

sift in 1

fold

Bake

in two

Double

recipe for icing, then

with

medium

cocoanut, place the entire

the

Sift then

cup the

crisco. Then

11/2cups 3

milk,

or

one-half

yolks which

of

the

cover

whole

one-half

teaspoons baking 1 cup milk, and

with

the

to

cup in it,then

teaspoon with

milk

sour

add

Wilson.

C.

cream

and

one

butter,

cup

has

soda

one-half

whites

the

a

cocoanut.

add

the

in water cup warm been dissolved, 2 cups

has

chocolate

one-half

in which of

Beat

and one-half sugar well beaten, one-half

of 4 eggs, one-half cake

of flour

cake

flour

CAKE."

FOOD

cups

1/2

with

sugar

"

DEVIUS

,

3 level cups

measure

cocoanut

BOOK

COOK

alternately into the creamed 1 tespoon vanilla oughly. beat thorand Add in lightly 3 stifflybeaten egg whites. sized pans, and let cool before icing. three large layers. Cover one layer with freshly grated sprinkle thickly other layer on and put icing over top,

Then

cake.

Cream

i/^teiispoonsalt and

liquid and

and

sugar

butter.

or

Take

powder. stir this

CAKE."

ParkadeOeaners

"

.

been

teaspoon

sifted,

soda

solved dis-

of 2 eggs beaten stiff. Mrs. C. L. Flower. "

FOOD

DEVIUS

one-fourth

with nsugar one-fourth cup sour brow

teaspoon fourth

sour

of

soda,

milk

butter, bake

cream, then

in 2

three-fourths instead

1

of light cup butter and 1 egg, add first dissolvingin it 1

tejispoon vanilla, one

flour,and

is used

Cream cup

or

stir in 1

cups sifted in dissolved cream

CAKE"

of

layers

or

2 squares

milk,

Baker’s

boiling

cup

half

use

in loaf

in

and

one-

late, chocoIf

water.

the

quantity

moderate

oven.

1 square Baker’s chocolate Filling: Dissolve grated in dish, place in boiling water, whip whites of 2 eggs to stiff 1 cup over froth, pour one-half cup boiling water lated granuuntil it and cook melted turn hairs, sugar sugar mixture and beaten until is into cool, slowly whip eggs chocolate and whip until a smooth add the melted frothy 1 teaspoon vanilla. then whip in one-half This or cream, will be sufficient for top and filling. Mrs. C. B. Cheney. "

Keysand Accessories. BarschMotorCo. Bicycles,

Go. The Riclieliea Store Reinhold-Galloway Grocery "

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

FEATHER

2^/2cups

lO?"

BOOK

butter, I14

CAKE."%cvii^

cups

sugar,

flour,2 teasi)oonfulsbaking i)owder,y^’^^P

^^’

Sift flour once and then measure ter, 4 eggs. ; add baking butter and sugar, then powder and sift three times ; cream add the yolks, which have been beaten to a stiff froth,add half cup of the flour, then the water, then the rest of the flour,with the stifflybeaten whites alternately.

DEVIL’S brown half

FOOD 1 cup

sugar,

CAKE." white

One

sugar,

butter,

cup

1 cup

Wilson,

Mary

"

sweet

1

cup one-

cream,

molasses, 4 cups flour, 4 eggs, white ani^ yolks beaten separately, one-half cup grated chocolate, stirred into one-half tar, of tarcup boiling water, 1 teaspoon cream one-half teaspoon soda, 1 teasi)oon each of allspice, cloves,cinnamon, one-half nutmeg, 2 cups chopped raisins, one-fourth pound citron,1 cup chopped nuts. cup

DEVWS

FOOD

scant

sugar cups uns\^eetened squares 214 cups flour vanillaBeat

mid

floured

a

Sift milk

Bake

about

oven.

2

2 cujxs nut

in

Put

separated,

2

2nd

gar. cup of suMelt chocolate

a

beaten

until

stiff.

well

greased

and

three-fourths "

CAKE."

DATE

butter,2

flour,baking powder to mixture, add voring. fla-

in whites

thorough beating.

pan-

moderate

fold

and

the

mixtures.

cold, add salt; add alternately with cut

them

to

to the mixture.

all

cup

3

Add of eggs. combine the two

Then Give

(Prise). "1/2 (confectioners),4 eggs

yolks

Then when

CAKE

chocolate, teaspoons baking powder, 1 1 (Swansdown), teaspoon cup milk, add one butter, gradually. sugar, cup

Cream

the

L. Forte.

E.

Mrs.

"

Mrs.

of

Carl

hour

an

in

a

B. Anderson.

pounds

dates, 2 pounds English

meats),

1 cup

1 cup

flour, teaspoonfuls vanilla. Sift flour and baking powder together, put over walnuts, mix then put sugar on dates and together. Beat eggs and Stir mixture. until well mixed. and vanilla put over

walnuts, (or 4 eggs,

Bake

one

2

teaspoons baking powder,

hour.

sugar,

2

"

Mrs.

C.

Hopper^

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Montrose, Attorney-atLaw,

CaD at AmericanRarberShop.PmkstaffBros., Props. 10^^

FRUIT

CAKE.

butter,10

One

"

pound

brown

pound

1

sugar,

raisins,1

currants, 2

2

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

pounds pounds eggs, l)ound figs and dates (or 1 box raisins,figsand dates run through, meat chopper) 1 teaspoon each kind of spice,1 coffee, 1 teaspoon soda brandy, one-half cup cold cup 1 (level), cup chopped nuts (if desired), 4i/^cups flour.

Brandy

be

may

DARK

omitted

is

preferred.

CHOCOLATE

2 rounded

CAKE."

One

brown

cup one-half

of

tablespoons

Fenlon.

Mrs.

"

butter, milk, 2 level

gar, su-

melted

cup of

flour, 1 2 eggs but not separately, beaten one-half cup hot water with 1 teaspoon of soda, 1 teaspoon and vanilla. Cream butter add then milk, sugar, eggs, flour and vanilla last the and baking powder, chocolate, in extremely slow hot water and soda. Bake oven. (*hocolate,two-thirds cup teaspoon baking powder,

of

cups

Grace

"

JELLY

ROLL.

of cups spoon 1 table-

one-third

and

one

eggs,

flour, i/^teaspoon baking powder, yolks of eggs with sugar and water till one-third stir in about of the beaten whites, has been sifted the baking the flour in which

11/2cups

sugar,

Beat

water.

foiuiiy,then fold

then

6

"

Tripler.

in

Flavor

powder.

in flat pan, has which

Spread

the

when

done

been cake

the tea towel.

in the

turn

thickly

Serve

with

while

cake

until

water, cook

it

on

out

of hot

1^2 cups threads;

a

tea

Bake towel water.

roll and

Mrs.

"

whites.

out

jelly,then

fresh.

CAKE."

wrap C. Alder son*

in

1/2 cup sugar, good sized eggs,

cane

11

I14 cups, i/^pint of SwansdoA^-n of tartar ; sift cake flour, 1 heaping teaspoonf ul of cream the of tartar Beat flour and cream together four times. whites until they are dry and stiff,then pour the egg ten minutes, cooked over some them, beating them sugar the flour and 1 teaspoon of vanilla,then then add cream the Boat of tartar. yolks of nine eggs until they are the cake to add in. lemon by folding them color, then Mrs. J. Simpson. for Angel Food. the same Bake as whites

should

the

of the

rest

previously wrung

KLONDIKE of cold

fold

and

measure

"

THE

UP-TO-DATE MOST.

ALL

SHOE WORK

SHOP

WHERE

GUARANTEED.

YOUR W.

$ BUYS

T. UTT,

Prop.

THE

Co. The Richeliea Reinhold-rialloway Store Grocery "

PHILALETHEAN

THE

FRUIT

COOK

CAKE."

BOOK

1(39

pound butter, 1 dozen eggs, 2 nuts I)ounds currants, 3 pounds raisins,1 pound English wal1 teaspoon allspice,1 teaspoon chopped, 1 pound citron’, cinnamon, 1 teaspoon cloves, 1 teaspoon mace, 1 cup molasses, 1 teaspoon soda in a little boiling water, 1 quart broATied flour, 1 pound brown sugar. One

Mrs.

"

FAVORIITE

T. C. Penaluna.

CAKE."^itt

one thoroughly cup 1^2 cups of flour,2 teaspoons baking powder, i^ sugar, teaspoon salt,add 14 cup Crisco, and work in same as pie Beat 2 eggs and add gradually 1 cup of milkcrust. Any desired This be cake served flavoring. a pudding as may or

with

eaten

LADY

BALTIMORE

2

sugar,

cups

vJV^ cups of

whipped

6 eggs,

pastry

very 3 times

with

the

flour

Add

the

vanilla, then

eggs

which

3

square and 1 cup

shallow of water

been

milk,

H.

Wolfing.

W.

Two-thirdn

ter, but-

cup

one-half

teaspoon vanilla, teaspoons baking powder, whites ed, butter, add gradually the sugar, sift-

until

have

Mrs.

"

CAKE."

cup flour, 2 the

cream

beating

1

cream.

creamy. and add and

cut

beaten

pans. into

Sift the

alternately with fold

in

sauce

the

stiff and

very

Put

Filling: a

baking

heat

pan,

3

powder the

of

the

Bake

in

whites

dry. cups

milk.

of

gradually

sugar to the

will stirring syrup thread from the spoon, pour sjTup gradually on the beaten whites and beat until the right consistency to of 3 eggs spread. Flavor, then add 1 cup of chopped seeded raisins, 1 cup chopped nuts and 5 chopped figs. Put between ers layis the with This the and and cover on icingtop top Wismade has been the cake which so popular by Owen

boiling point

tor’s

and

boil

without

story.

until

"

R.

Mrs.

A.

Nickell.

CAKE."

21/2 cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, V2 cup butter, II/2 cups sugar, whites of fresh pineor apple ^ eggs, % cup liquid (use juice from canned diluted one-half with water, ) Filling : Beat i/4cup white 1 2 the of and adding grated pineapple egg, cups of PINEAPPLE

l)owdered sugar.

"

Mrs.

Laurant.

.

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Law, Montrose, Attorney-at

Go. The Richelieu Store Reinhold-Galloway Grocery "

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

ORANOE

CAKE,

BOOK

Beat

"

111

one

egg

light,add

very

one

and milk sweet and beat more, add one sugar cup pinch of salt,add grated rind of half orange, 2 cups flour sifted with 2 teaspoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons

cup

tins. butter, beat again and bake in two shallow Filling: 1 cup sugar, juice of orange, grated rind of ^ juice of ^ lemon, 1 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon orange, with 2 level tableBoil butter. all together. Thicken melted

cornstarch

si)oons until

thick,spread

sliced

with

wet

and

warm

Mrs,

oranges.

PORK

CAKE,

Boil

of water-

spoons

while

cake

on

two

decorate

with

Howell.

John

fine, pour one-half this 1 pint boiling water, over pound figs,1 pound citron, 1 pound currants, pound raisins,one-fourth 2 cups dark sugar, 1 cup baking molasses, 1 pound English blespoon Mix walnuts. stiff,1 tatogether flour enough to make soda

One

"

in

dissolved

pork chopped

pound

a

little hot

Mrs.

"

CAKE,"

POTATO

Two

water.

1

sugar,

cups cake

E.

Price.

H.

butter,

cup

1

chocolate, 4 eggs, 1 cup. milk, one-half chopped walnuts, 2 cups flour,2 teasi)ponsbaking powder, mon, 1 teaspoon cloves, 1 teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon cinnaMrs, R. L, Townsend. mashed 1 cup potatoes.

cup

sweet

"

SCRIPTURE First

Kings

clause)

CAKE"

Four

and

one-half

4 :22 ; one

cups 30 :12 ; 2 cups of Nahum tablespoons of First Second

2:12, 1/2 cup

teaspoons

of Amos

a

cup

sour

CAKE.

melted, teaspoon

milk, one

of

Judges

Judges

"

Three

4:19

"

of

pinch

of

(last clause)

; 2

a

prescriptionfor Mrs,

Geo.

Smith.

1

flour, one-half cups one-half teaspoon cloves.

one-half

cinnamon,

17 :8 ; 2

one-half cup sugar, soda, one-half cup butter

eggs,

teaspoon

Samuel

taste

17 :11 ;

Solomons

23 :14.

one-half

and

6:20;

4 :5 ; follow

good boy

SPICE

cups

of cups 5 :25 (last

2

9 :9 ; 6 of Jeremiah

Chronicles

Leviticus

making

one-half

of First cups 3 :12 ; 1 cup of Numbers to Samuel 14:25; season

Jeremiah

; 2

and

"

Mrs.

nutmeg,

1

Gilbert.

Colo. JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose, Attorney-atLaw,

USE PRIDE OF MONTROSE FLOUR 112

PHILALETHEAN

THE

SPICE

CA/CJ^." N. O.

1 cup

sugar,, half teaspoon

about

and

with

filling: and

nut

flour. Bake cups and date filling

Stir

together

1 cup

chopped Let

water.

the upon blended.

and

eggs

the

teaspoon baking powder in 3 layers. Put together

well

raisins.

raisin

or

Raisin

filling.

whites

beaten

2

of

1^ cups sugar threads, do not stir. raisins,stirring and beating until boil until

CAKE.

it

Four

"

eggs

spoons to 3 table-

Put

Mrs,

"

SPICE

cup

water, 2 eggs, onemolasses, and cinnamon a little cloves, allspice, cold

1 cup

each

21^

butter, one-half

cup

teaspoon soda, one-half

1

nutmeg,

One-half

BOOK

COOK

eggs,

A,

Pour

well

J. Andersjon.

one-fourth

butter,

cup

sugar, 1 teaspoon cup li^ teaspoons cinnamon, oneteaspoon baking powder, half teaspoon mace, 1 teaspoon cloves, one-half teaspoon allspice,one-half teaspoon vanilla, 1 cup currantsthree-fourths

cup

jelly,1

.milk, 1

C. C. Dole.

"Mrs. CAKE."

SPONGE

the

Beat

yolks

of

four

gether to-

eggs

and 2 tablespoonfulsof level cup of sugar cold water, pinch of salt and any desired flavoring. Beat of add of the four eggs until dry and the whites cream with

tartar

1

the

about

with

the

beaten

flour

and

fold

folding 45

into

all at the

one

well "

mix pea, then this mixture blended.

Add

time-

other

% cup Separate rind

Add

mixture.

1 hour.

COFFEE

together 1

Bake

Eric

Mrs.

6 eggs,

gradually.

to

into

minutes.

of 1 lemon.

rind

minutes

30

CAKE."

sugar sifted flour

garden

yolks. together until

SPONGE

juice and

a

Sift

about

oven

size of

of cup erate in mod-

Anderson.

sugar, 1 cup flour, ding eggs, beat yolks ad-

juice of lemon stifflybeaten whites

and

and

Bjtke

in slow Miss

"

CAKE."

Ruth

oven

last, from

Beach.

yeast, I14 milk, 7 tablespoons lard, 1 sugar, 2 eggs, 1 cup sour cups tablespoon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon oioda,one-half box raisins (flour them), mix flour until Ada W. Johnson. quite stiff. YEAST

OF

Two

cups

"

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LadiesShampooing and Massaging^’^bIrber shop

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

SUNl^HIXE small

yolks of 5 granulated sugar sifted, i/^ teaspoon one-third cake teaspoonful flour, cup

cup

extriict,1

orange of

cream

tartar, scant;

and set times, measure the yolks in small bowl beat yolks very light; of tartar

cream

the whites

to

and

7

eggs,

then

])an and

pinch of salt. aside. Separate

Sift

the

and beat

whip

until

not

WHITE

until

remove

WEDDING

2 cups

sweet

cocoanut, extract,

li teaspoons

a

folded

5

flour

putting

mixing bowl; add

then

foam

dry and stiff. in, then yolks

Add and

sugar fold in,

very lightly. invert the done in

AVhen

cool. of butter

cup

whites; ly^

(" egg

teasi)oon lemon

1

the

eggs,

in

to

CAKE."l

milk;

the

whites

whites

and

do

of

a

carefully fold f 1-avoringand lastly the flour in ungreased angel food pan.

Bake

1

Whiter

CAKE." 1

eg^s,

113^

BOOK

extract,

baking powder,

1

stitute, sub-

or

cups

ded shredmond al-

teaspoon

of sugar,

2 cups

candied ci])

i)ineai)ple, 3^4 cups flour, 14 ^^P chopped almonds, chop})ed citron,1 cup thick pear preserves, (^reani I level teas])()onsalt,1 teaspoon orange extract, and together the sugar butter, add the milk, the extract, the grated cocoanut and tlie chopj/cd nut meats. Dredge 1 cup

the fruits Avith part of the

flour

sift

salt, then

halving i;ow(I(r

whii)i)edegg aboilt

Avhit("s.

hour,

one

then

and

in

Bake in

a

hotter

in

fold

loaf

a

in the other

add

and

in

a

until

oven

the

slow

l)art,

stiffly for

oven

done.

pound butter, 10 1 pound flour, 1 teacup of molasses, eggs, 1 pound sugar, spoons 1 tea^^poon soda, :" vvine glasses brandy, 2 heaping tablemegs, one-half of cinnamon, teaspoon of cloves, 4 nutcut and raisins seeded 4 pounds of fine,one and one-half Weigh pounds currants, cme-half pound citron. not Flour dried in. but it is fruit after to put ready brown, w eigh after drying. Flour fruit with extract flour Mix and butter broTVTi sugar. dark medium freely, u^e Then little a add and flour, yolks well beatensugar then the .^oda mohiKres Avhites, in), (with brandy, spice, of the flour, then the fruit,bake then the rest slowly for CHOICE

at

least

THE

four

WEDDING

hours.

UP-TO-DATE MOST.

CAKE."

ALL

One

"

SHOE WORK

SHOP GUARANTEED.

WHERE

Mrs.

Joe

YOUR W.

K.

Brown.

$ BUYS

T. UTT,

Prop.

THE

Store Co. The Richeliea Grocery Reiniiold-rialloway "

THE

114

SOUR

CREAM

(*ui"; flour

2

with

sifted with

jellyand of

sift

cup

together; soda, boiling water; baking powder flour ; salt ; mix.

i"owdered

CAKE." 1

time, powder,

flour 2 eggs

sifted

One

cup with

folded

in.

cup

milk,

in 3

Bake

WHITE one-half si)oon

CAKE’

One

"

butter, baking powder, cup

and

sugar, water

6. F.

water, cup one-half corn cup

well

add

Sift the and

flour

1

of

4

eggs,

rounding starch, 2 then

sift 3 times.

beat

hard. "

once, Cream

Bake

40

Mrs.

Ed

tea-

cups

ure, meas-

butter flour

whites, flavoring,then

beaten

alternatelyand

Merrill.

whites

sugar,

a

ing of bak-

teaspoons layers.

one-half

flour, 1 teaspoon vanilla. add baking powder and

cup

spoons tea-

one-half

sugar,

Mrs.

"

2

tablespoonful at

a

level

two

tea-

Tobm.

B.

Mrs.

"

(creamed),

2 cups

the

over

1

baking spread stead jelly,this in-

After

sugar

1

cream

sour

boateu

2

eggs,

LAYER

butter

BOOK

COOK

8Ugar;

icing.

WHITE cup

CAKE."l

cups; dissolved in

s])oon

PHILALETHEAN

minutes. Davis.

butter, scant cup of milk, teaspoons baking powder, sugar, 3 tablesjioonssweet 2 cups sifted flour. Add Cream 7 eggs beaten stiffly. then dissolve butter 20 and for baking minutes, sugar Mrs. FH. in milk and add flour. Posey. I)owder WHITE

CAKE."OneAiaU

cup 2

"

LAYER

WHITE

CAKE." one-half

with sugar, creamed and one-half two cups with sifted the powder

and

One cup

flour, 2

one-half

butter,1 cup small

cups

sweet

teaspoons

flour,whites

of 4 eggs with banana

of

milk, baking

beaten

stiff

vor filling. Flalayers Boiled vanilla. with frosting: 1 cup granulated spoon teacup hot water, 1 egg white, one-sixth sugar, one-third and 1 Boil cream tartar, teaspoon flavoring. sugar thread. till form without water a stirring they together and

Beat

put

in last.

white

of

the

Bake

egg,

in

add

cream

over them, beating Avhile syrup beat till thick. and

of tartar

doing "

so.

Mrs.

and Add

Hugo

pour

hot

flavoring

Selig.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

THE DAILY ENTERPRISEHUSTLES The LOCAL NEWS THE

PHILALETHEAN

WHITE with

a

COOK

CAKE.

scant

i^

"

cup of Swansdown

21/2cups

BOOK

Cream

Oisco,

115

well add

cake

li^

1 cup

cups of of milk

flour, measured

cane

sugar

slowly, add before

ing; sift-

and teaspoonful each of lemon vanilla, % add i/^cup more of milk in which teasiK"onfulof salt,now 3 rounding teaspoons of baking powder has been dissolved. The whites of 5 large or 6 small till dry, and eggs beaten 1

folded

scant

in last.

VARIETY

"Mrs.

T. W.

Tilleryi.

cup butter, II/2cups sugar, 1/2 of 3 eggs, whites eggs, 2 cups cake mon, baking powder, 1 teaspoonful cinna-

CAKE."y2

milk, yolks of 4 flour, 2 teaspoonfuls ^ teaspoonful cloves,^/^cup chopped seeded raisins, Mix in usual i/2teasi)oonful nutmeg. order, omitting the of the mixture add the spices and apices; to one-third raisins ; bake shallow in three square pans ; put together in layers with plain icing, the dark layer in the center.

cup

WHITE cream,

Sift

NUT

gradually several

powder.

times Add

CAKE." beat

Beat

in the

2 cups flour

butter

flour to

one-half

and

butter

1 2 and

cup

butter

to

large cup of sugar. ing level teaspoons baksugar.

Then

add

milk, 1 cup chopped nuts dusted cup sweet whites of 4 eggs. the stifflybeaten vor Fla^ith flour, and Mrs* Woodhouse. with vanilla. three-fourths

"

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‘"

COOK

BOOK

yolks

beaten

PHILALETHEAN

THE

116

PUDDINGS PUDDING."

ALMOND to

a

cream,

add

in

boiling

water

in

pours

one-half

Beat

with

Serve

once,

adding

at

like

sherry

and

one-half

cui)s sugar.

cold

add

cup

one

Claret

Make

Mrs,

"

DUMPLINGS."

CHERRY one-half milk

butter, one-half

cup

water,

or

sugar,

cream,

yolks

cook

until

one-half 2

of

Mix

dash into

hard

of nutmeg,.

Mrs.

cup

lemon

pudding bake

sauce.

in

one-half

whip

of 2

of

add Joe

until

pint,

into

pan.

oven "

Mrs.

it

eggs,

III.

table-

in

flavor

1

well

Nelle

of

cup

and

Lee.

tender, enough well

and

flavor

beaten

thick

a

until Fred

one-half

two

sweeten

one

with

and

R. Brown.

sugar

juice to

Cover

moderate

cup

boiler

sugar,

and

cream

Cook

and

one

cups

one-half

whites

powdered

1

Two

"

make

to

put dough and with

a

PUDDING."

sweet

Taylor, Delavan,

"

add

er, togeth-

cup

in double

add

"

Boil

1

creamed,

Tut

cup

into

well

minutes,

APPLE

and

One

beaten

Sauce:

fire.

from

a

Allen

SYRUP."

for five

apples

Mrs.

whiskey.

LEMON Avater

then

"

usod.

Jirown.

R.

sugar,

hour.

cuj) butter

"

be

cherries,3 teaspoons Pill greased cups half

flour.

cream,

SAUCE.

(i) butter.

with

eggs,

when

cups

flavoring.

a

HARD

si)oons

cups

Joe

one

and

can

eggs

cup

one-half

three-fourths

foamy lightly.

beaten

take

2

in

steam

brown

and

one

baking powder full and

Two

water,

syrup

claret

2 cups

"

wine

dry

a

cup

thick

a

to

like custard.

unless

One

else

it almost

till it thickens

sauce:

wine

claret

set

one

some

Heat

teasi)oon lemon

1

is used.

wine.

beater

egg

2

while

constantly

cuj) Maderia

boiling.

and

egg

ciij) granulated sugar,

scant

stir

and

scant

one

One

brown.

egg

shortcake Serve

Sckermrrhorn.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attomey-atUw, Montrose,

USE PRIDE OF MONTROSE FLOUR THE

PHILALETHEAN

chopped dates, bake

Three

1 cup

three-fourths

in well

Put

nuts.

in slow

hour

cream.

CREAM."

One

,one-half cup of cold juice of 1 lemon, 1

pint

1

of

3 cups

sugar,

and

whipped

P,

of

package

cup

1 cup

pan,

with

W.

Mrs,

water, cup

greased

Serve

oven. "

BAVARIAN

light,1

beaten

eggs

tea8i)Oon baking powder,

tablespoon flour,1

1

J 17

BOOK

PUDDING."

ANGEL sugar,

COOK

Crose.

gelatine apple, grated pineKnox

en Soft-

cream.

Scald pineapple with sugar, gelatine in water. stir and add gelatine and lemon juice. Set in ice water until it begins to add thicken. Then cream whipped slowly. WTien chilled enough to hold its shape, turn into the

moulds. BANANA

CREAM."

one-half

cup

white

of 1 egg

and

spoon

beat

beaten

all till

cream,

2

tablesi)oonsof

of vanilla.

in water

and

IMace

on

ice and

cream.

PUDDING."

bread cup 8

1 cup

crumbs, sugar,

eggs;

a

little

cream

grated and

crumbs, cherries, nuts, in a lightly covered steam Serve

meats,

pecan

sugar

for 3 hours.

Tv.o

Christine

with

a

stoned

cuj) sugar,

pan

The HurstModern Rooms, MRS.

A.

M.

HURST,

grated

of eggs;

pudding mould of the following :

or

1

"

1 teaspoon

whipped Strang.

whites

and

tablespoon flour, butter size 2 cups boiling water, 1 cup cherry juice. Mix it and flour, pour over boiling Avater sugar juice. If desired, add a little nutmeg. One

or

cherries,1 ,one-halfcup butter, yolks of eggs, bre^d

made

sauce

heaping whipped

dried

1 cup

rind

buttered

with

cups

butter, add lemon

of

scant

rind

lemon

1 cup

serve "

CHERRY

1

added

box^

wooden

Add

be

may

ice

with

mash

3

add

and in

hour

fluffy.

cocoanut

pieces

lemon

and

light

teaspoon gelatine dissolved

and

G. Brown.

small

in

cut

one-half

stand

not

Jas.

one-half

juice of

Let

sugar.

and

Peel

with

bananas, sprinkle Add

Mrs.

"

Alice

Fetz

of the

walnut, butter,

and

fruit

Dollis.

Hot and ColdWater .

Proprietor.

Go^" The RkhelieaStore Grocery Reinhold-Galloway

ONE

Starch).

Scald

"

stir into

it

mixed

to

(^ook

for

a

of

imdding

of

paste with

cold

milk

minutes the

Sei-ve

minutes,

five

dish,

bake

20

hot

makes

of 4 eggs,

for

meringue.

Return

1

sugar

into

cups.

Stand

oven.

Bake

put the is,firm ATien

in

pan

in center. done

stand

4

Xo

Mrn.

in pan until

one-half

fine, 1

suet

cup

milk,

sour

half

pound

of

they

cold.

warm

six hours.

beaten

water.

Serve

Mix

hot

2

or

4

quarts of fresh

OR

the

set,that

will become

watery.

in cups. E.

L. Osborn.

crackers

rolled

dates

cup

white

cup

then

are

Mrs.

soda

custard

boilingwater,

fine,

chopped J

sugar,

teaspoon strain or

cold

soda

cup

dissolved

constantly hard

CLOTTED

milk

12

J.

in cool

and milk place sauce on stove, watch pan when boiling point, remove cold, skim off the original recipe for Devonshire used over "

Mrs.

in

for four

CREAM."

hours

onea

to

sauce.

"Mrs. DEVONSHIRE

This

light,2 tablespoonsbrandy, and

with

sloAvly.

Dutcher.

Put

Serve

fine, 1

grated, one-half

nutmeg,

little

Fifteen

figs chopped chopped fine, 1

2 eggs

that

cover

C.

A.

the custards

or

until

PUDDING."

oven.

Ughtly, add one-half milk, one-eighthnutmeg

"

FIG

and

brown

is dissolved.

longer

away

the

from

eggs

quart of

granulated sugar, grated, stir until the 5 custard

buttered

whipp^^ cream. delicioiis prdding.

very

Beat

cup

cup

without

or

CUSTARD."

into

and

oven

perfectly

one-half

turn

jellyor jam

"

CUP

until

Remove

the

to

inexpensive but

an

of

layer

a

salt,

teaspoon

with

then

minutes.

cold, with

or

beaten

yolks

top with

one-half

and

been

has

that

starch

corn

stirring constantly

cook

the

Clover with

cup

Add

sugar,

quart

double

in

milk

of

one-half

15

smooth.

1

{Com boiler,then

PUDDINGS."

FAVORITE

MY

OF

119

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

Bell, st^nd

Let

place.

close cream.

H.

C.

Then

until This

the is

plum pudding J. Cornish.

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Colo. Attorney^tLaw,

and Simmons To Bay,SeD or Trade see Chrisdansoii 720" PUDDING."

DATE

of

separately,1

beaten

3 eggs

flour,

walnuts

or

of

1 cup

pecans,

scant

with

Lulubel

"

SAUCE

FRENCH

IM)und egg

butter.

teaspoon

Beat

together

stiff.

Stir

vanilla.

Set

beaten

occasionally

One

"

until

in

coffee

cup

until

very

it is smooth

GRAHAM

CRACKER

crackers, 1

full

half

cup

sugar,

1

Bake

in

double

boiler

desired.

Sauce

flavor

sugar,

egg,

to taste.

GRAHAM

1

Small

Sauce: size of

an

Boil

well

few

a

ground

nuts,

1

cup

20

minutes.

or

I

melt,

ring stir-

cream

Brown. dozen

size of half

one-

nutmeg.

or

hour.

ham gra-

egg,

Add

fruit

One

as

nutmeg, and

small

and

of

on

cup

of I

of

with

little

a

salt. sauce.

meg. little nut-

boiling water.

1 cup

C. E. Adams.

Mrs.

dates,

1

tablespoon flour, 1 salt,3

small

flour, butter

1 egg,

ground

cup

raisins, 1

with

serve

lemon,

jmur

sugar,

Serve

fourth

a

teaspoon

"

One

one-half

and

teaspoon cloves, 1

hours

baking i)owder, pinch Bake

small

minutes.

"

wine

R.

molasses, one sweet milk, 1 cup

one-half

together

HOKY’POKY.

1

as

cup

sugar,

juice of

egg,

Work

one-half cup

Joe

cinnamon

one-fourth

cinnamon, and

let

thick

PUDDING."

graham flour, one-half melted butter, one-half cup egg, small teaspoon soda, 1 two

add

"

cups

Steam

sherry

One

butter

three-fourths

one-fourth

light,then

Mrs,

teaspoon

FRUIT

teasi)oon

Furstenfclt.

tablesi)oonbutter, 1 cup puberize^d Mrs. Sophie E. Brown.

One

:

0.

PUDDING."

pint milk,

Serve

steam.

and

"

little

a

or

and

teakettle

over

add

sugar,

of

glass

one

either

meats

and

chopi"eddates

(3 teaspoons), bake 20 minutes whipi)ed cream. Very good.

Avater

tablespoon

1

nut

cup

people :

8

serves

sugar,

cup

vanilla, 1

teasi"oon of

1

pudding

Date

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

eggs

cup

of

spoon table-

lightly beaten.

Avhipped cream. "

Stella

Clayhaugh.

THE ENTERPRISEJOB SHOP PRINTED THIS BOOK

Go. The Richelieu Store Grocery Remhold-Galloway ^

PHILALETHEAN

THE

COOK

iiiarshiuallows

chopped

sweeten

marshmallows,

cream.

Do

8

10

or

enough

cook

until

milk,

buttered

it

salt

Wet

G

1

taste, cinnamon

or

to

dish

and

bake

stirringfrequently.

three

It should

hours

1

of

pint

Two

milk,

sweet

cup

of in

dredged

one-half

a

the

PUDDING."

and

until

1

i)ound

of dried

cup

or

Cream

into

snow

one-half

flake

pound

sugar

thoroughly, add

1 cup

of

rich

mixture

of

a

place

on

fold

butter

proper

which and

gradually

small

yolks

of 3 eggs

dish

Serve

with

prepared pound

one

while

and

bake

whipped

as

of

whites.

follows

:

pulverisSed

beating constantly

is necessary

"

pieces one-half

pudding is

lish Eng-

and

stifflybeaten

consistency.

using.

Wilson.

pound

into

the

minutes.

sauce,

This

cream.

ice before

15

J. F.

crumbs

in the

buttered

a

for

oven

bread this add

To

llien lig’it,

dates

with

Serve

one-half

Cut

one-half

mixture

moderate

cream

of sugar,

cup

butter, 1 good

Mrs.

"

with

beat

a

when

Woodhouse.

hours.

three

8team

l"ound pulverized ^ugar. I*our

oven,

custard

Mrs.

of melted

cup

little flour.

DATE

mix

and

rich

a

flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, one-half and one-half one siilt, chopped nuts cups

walnuts and

moderate

one-half

eggs,

sauce.

NUT

in

a

into

sifted

teaspoon

egg

in

and

quart

Pour

ginger.

be like

1

molasses,

cup

"

PUDDING."

meal

milk

of hot

to 1 cup

done.

NUT

serve

tablespoons corn

moisten, add thickens, then add to

will Sherman.

Ed

Mrs.

and

whipped

to

This

pineapple. "

milk

add

and

nuts

of

PUDDING."

with

of

chop

very

fine

pineapples

Cut

people.

INDIAN

until

V[hip cream

taste.

juice

use

can

cream.

to

quarter

not

One

of

fine, 1 pint

light and

121

pineapple, one-half ,oiie-fourthpound English walnuts

FOOD."

HEAVEN’S

pound

BOOK

in order

Flavor Mrs.

to

S. I.

to taste

make and

Shafer.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

SHERBETS E D.KOSE-MaoDfacturerofICECREAM, PHILALETHEAN

THE

122

ORANGE

PUDDlNa."

of

2

sugar,

1

lemon

and

butter, mix

well

whites

of 2 eggs Set

top.

over

brown

of

juice

of

lump

2

cups

oranges,

small

and

2

in the

color.

and

oven

few

a

Serve

cold.

PUDDING."

3

without

if used

thick.

whites

3 eggs,

1

Pour

over

place

will

Mrs.

Helen

until

tender,

to suit

sweeten a

PUDDING."

of

cup

English

T^ith

serve

and

stones

over

for

as

until

light,add

Mix

"

PUDDING." as

One

pieces, and

of 2 eggs

eight

minutes,

Cheatum.

of 2 eggs

prunes,

20 minutes.

Serve

spread

over

the

top.

cold

This

MOST.

ALL

SHOE

with

will

WORK

SHOP

of

and

sugar

with

one-

softened

WHERE

GUARANTEED.

sugar,

steweil

prunes

into small

1 cup

Mrs.

E. Smith.

W.

of

eggs

serve "

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add

cream

if you

have

of

ras]"

IMy Hunter.

oranges,

3

lemons,

3

apricots,3 cups of sugar, 3 cups the bananas, apricots,juice of the

and

little at

fmit

Three

finish

of

can

Take

water.

oranges

CREAM."

solved dis-

freeze

then

glass

gar su-

remove

cool,then

berry jelly. FRUIT

add

been

has

smooth,

flavoring and

pink

a

20

gelatine which

water,

frozen

desired

let cook

the

and

cream

partly

freezing.

milk

a

the it.

crush

time sugar

as

through you

and

a

need

strainer,adding

it to

one-half "Stella

cup

help to

1

run

the

pint

of

Claybaiigh.

Nichols "Lathrop. HighGradeNeckwearforMen

RRChriBti^isoii

T.L.Simmon8,M208

Montrose LandCo. THE

182

MELON."

WATER

FROZEN

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

The

frozen

BOOK

on mel-

water

by scraping large spoonfuls from a very ripe melon, picking the seeds out and sugaring. These are laid is added; it is tJien in a freezer and a little sherry wine is made

ice for

in salt and

packed

five hours

before

SHERBET."

FRUIT

One

much

water

sugar

to

fruit

as

juice the

Freeze

sweeten.

juice,raspberry Use as juice. enou^ pulverized

add

same

ICE.

Juice

"

teaspoon together,when

with

vanilla. of

pint

Freeze

pint of

the sugar

and

Then

milk

add

lemons and

and

lemon

and

stir until in

audi

measure.

teaspoon

lemon.

Bring that

Stir and cups

and

has boil

been a

"

each

beat

until

cool.

the

pint

allow

Serve

15 minutes.

chill,then

A. Fauber.

in

pint

1

pint

add

Bishop. seive

in one-half

RainbowGarage, AntoRepairmg

the

cup

very

ice.

of

water, onejuice of 1 root tablespoon arrow-

and 1

of

and

peaches through

extract

when

1

freezer

Edith

"

Press

moistened

beat

sugar,

Add

Place

hours.

almond

one-

ture Plac^ the hot mix-

syrup.

boiling point,

moment.

chipped

milk,

thoroughly without place on stove syrup,

maple

the

and

four

bitter to

Redding.

and

Mrs.

1

eggs

again thoroughly.

To

fourth

of

cup

PUREE.

PEACH

add

O.

freezer "

4

Beat

thicken

let stand

and

pack

one

the

freeze.

and

of water

beat

and

cream

cream

eggs

pan

a

and

quart of new lemons, 1 pint of light and let stand

into

BISQUE."

separating,add

season

snow

W.

sugar,

milk,

One

until

sugar

MAPLE

of

juiceof 3

cream,

Byam.,

juice and

of

quart

Mrs.

"

O.

lemon

consistency of

to

SHERBET."

put

in 1

put

R.

2 cups

Heat

whipped.

cream

LEMON half

chilled

cream.

Mra.

lemons,

of vanilla.

one-fourth sugar

of 2

ice

as "

LEMON

Brawn.

lemon

cup and

Joe

of currant

cup

pineapple, one-half

and

serving.

Mrs.

"

cold "

cold

in sherbet Selected.

E. Phone

water.

H.

WEBB

Montrose

101

Co." The Richeliea Store Reinlwld-Galloway Grocery ‘

THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

three-fourths

cupful

until

it

cleaves

until

thoroughly

the

maple

been

stiff.

and

salt for 3 hours.

whipped

syrup, knife.

add

one

into

Turn

1

slowly

on

stiff.

Mould,

pack

in

salt

add

and

pint

and

SHERBET." and

orange

2

lemons), adding juice.

wait

ice

and

lemon. third

Stir box

15

minutes

the

whip

in salt and

Mrs.

it 1

constantly

until

gelatinewith strain

and from

1

quart

until

beaten

three

let stand

Alpha Itolte,

sugar,

2

Taylor,Dalavan,

pound sugar

one-half

it into cream,

ice for 2 hours.

Eva

Shred

to

of

pour

quarts milk, (usually 4 oranges begins to freeze before

cups

sherbet

MOUSSE."

pineapple, add

maple

hot

juice mixed

until "

PINEAPPLE sized

Three lemon

cup

cream

"

MILK

in ice

pack

slightlyand

eggs

hours.

1

1

that

cream

L, Bunten,

D,

eggs,

beat pint thick cream, Cool and maple syrup.

syrup,

Mrs.

Four

of

and

mold

beat

cold

When

pint

a "

PARFAIT."

of 4 eggs, add cook in a double

yolks

a

from

light, then

has

MAPLE

of

m

f

PARFAIT."Beat

MAPLE

boiler

BOOK

dissolved,cover cold

cup

pineapple. turn

1

into

water,

Stir well. mould

"

good

and, juice of 1

sugar is

grate

or

III.

Dr.

and

one-

soak Add

pack

Christie.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Montrose, Attorney-atLaw,

and ICES. Pasteurized Milkand Cream THE

PHILALETHEAN

STEAM

COOK

^

BOOK

CANNING.

l3"

raspberries,strawberries,

For

"

cherries, peaches,

sweet

PhoneM25

dewberries,

pears,

small

any

or

fruit.

Bring to quart water. boil. Have fruit, drain well quart jars sterilized,wash ened and pack jars full of fruit, then fill with boiling sweetScrew lid with new rubbers water. tight,place ^ars in tub or any vessel large enough to hold. Pour boiling Take

half

water

four

one

cup

to

way

to

sugar

of

top

and

let set Mrs.

"

with

three

or

twenty-four hours. J. H. Simpson. CANNED."

PUDDING

CARROT

STEAMED

well

jars, cover

of blanket

thicknesses

one

Three

grated carrots, three-fourths suet, one-half cup cups threecup raisins, sugar, one-half cup currants, one-fourth fourths teaspoon teaspoon salt,one cup flour, on^-half teaspoonful ground baking powder, one cinnamon, onehalf teaspoonful ground nutmeg, one-half teaspoonful cups

and

lids and

clamp

let

and

water

lids

with

steam

minutes.

jars within

Pill Mason

cloves.

ground

set

just covering Before

away. to

come

boil.

a

with

Serve

hard

CORN." Cut

in cold

add

one

and

seal.

When

opened

and

boil.

Drain

and

water.

cup

salt and

Ross

corn

cob

on

and

water.

cups

wash

season

two

hours.

Then in hot

place

through

in twenty

sauce.

from

tAvo

of top

serving

Mrs.

Cook

put

inches

It will heat

"

CANNED

for

two

through with

C.

McCafferty.

cob

until

nine

to

Boil

cups

ten two

or

one

tender, corn

minutes waters

cream. "

Mrs.

J.

Guy Baily.

W^Yi squash, cut in halves, SQUASH." seeds and until thoroughly place s:quash in oven bers Scrape out squash and pack into jars, put on rub-

CANNED remove

done.

and

Put

squash and lids are tight. as

that

lids.

in boiler boil

with

three

water

hours. "

Mrs.

the Take

same

out

ture temperaand

see

E. R. Hartman.

Bicycles, Keysand Accessories.BarschMotorCo.

Go."The Richeliett Store Grocery Reiiiiold-(ialloway 136

CANNED

THE

PORK

AND

PHILALETHEAN

BE

COOK

AN8."

Cook

until done. together in usual manner been thoroughly sterilized place first

beans have a

I

the

of

bring to lids on tight. with

Serve

beans

pork and jars that and

then

bers jar is filled. Place ruber, jar but do not seal tightly. Place jars in boilscrewboiling point. After boiling15 minutes

liberal amount on

Into

BOOK

Sterilize

tomato

until

pork

the

hour

one

and

sauce.

"

CARROTS."

CANNED

45

minutes

Mrs.

G, W.

Gather

longer. Clark. from

carrots

young

clean, place them in jar firmly. without rubber ; Add cold w ater enough to place lid on jar. Cook for four place in boiler with cold w^ater to cover wash

garden,

hours

scrape

until tender.

or

boiling

and

seal.

and

w^ater

stove, fill up jar w ith

from

Remove

in

Keep

dark

place.

Mrs.

"

C. A. ReideL

CHICKEN."

for immediate as Fre])are chicken use by frying, stewing or roasting according to fowl and taste of individual. the age of the Partially three-fourths then until done, pack immediately cook, say it. (It into hot glass jars,pour hot fryings or broth over

CANNED

is not seal bath.

soak

in cold

over

it.

cold

water

w^ater

to rim

cover

table Boil

or

with four

"

one-half

jar.

cold

w

meats

drain

Put

of any

ater

in

pour

can

Roast

above

be meat

in economy "

with

Mrs.

Chas.

used or

jars)"

into

sections, wdth

cover

lid lid.

clamped Boil

Alder

turkey

for

son.

for left

jars,add Chas.

Be

boilingwater

jars,then

Mrs.

"

kind.

in boiler.

; then

one-inch

This

Pack

B. F. LaBarr,

cut

or

into boiler

hours.

seasoning. hours

Pick

Pack

TURKEY."

Mrs.

{Economy

hour,

an

of

with

CANNED

turkey

minutes.

five minutes.

Boil

and

liquid.) Then place immediately in hot water

is fresh.

cauliflower

the

three

with

CAULIFLOWER."

sure

and

chicken

the

cover

reasonably tight and Sterilize for ninety

VANNED

on

to

necessary

as

over

for

gravy.

Alderson.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Montrose. Attorney-atLaw,

To Buy,SeD or Tradesee Christiaiison and Simmons PHILALETHEAN

THE

COOK

CAN

TO

one

vegetablesand until

salt,

of

one

cup

Put

them

One

lon gal-

vinegar. Prepare

into the

just below

the water

see

GREENS."

AND

at once.

can

you

of

cup

can

137

PEAS

BEANS,

of water,

BOOK

the

ture mix-

water

vegetables.

twenty minutes, put into jars and seal. This cans off the four opening to use draw quarts. When

Boil

for

about

in fresh

cook

liquid and boiling.

"

tomatoes, and

them

nice

perfect in shape

as

at

too prepare many skins and coi’es in

If peas, drain Mrs. W. A.

WHOLE."

TOMATOES

CANNING firm

water.

time.

one

the

usual

Greene. smooth

Select

Do

possible.

as

Scald

and

not the.

remove

careful

being dripping

way,

and

after

once

to

keep

or whole, place in roaster, pan or a sufficient preferably aluminum granite. When tity quanand for one two or quarts is prepared, place in oven bake Be sure using no water. twenty to thirty minutes they are well heated but do not cook too long or they will fall to pieces. Seal imnuediatelyafter filling. "

GREEN

CANNED into

inch

salt

to

BEANS."

Mrs.

JiemoYe

wash

and

J. W.

Archer.

Have

strings,snap jars cleaned

and

lids

carefully. lengths beans as solidlyas. possible in them. thoroughly and pack and add Fill jars with sterilized water one teaspoonful Place

each

quart. absolutely tight. Be

sure

Place

with

boil

boiler,cover

in

slowly

cool.

Do

removing ‘

break

the seal

from

put in juice. Then boiler for two

three

sterilized

place

for three

hours,

on

then

Clean

corn

as

rubbers

lids

Let

and stand

until

G.

for

until

seal

of water

and

E,

O^Neill.

cooking,cut

it draws

its

off own

lightly and boil in next day and boil

tightly. Dora

The HurstModem Rooms, A.

Mrs.

jars, pound

Mrs.

MRS.

inches

startingto boil, and let by trying to tighten lids after "

hours.

seal

after

boiler. COjF?^."

and

get jars as tightas possible.

about

hours

CANNED

and

and

for three

not

rubbers

on

M.

HURST,

Wamhsganz,

Olathe.

Hot and ColdWater Proprietor.

VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAND THEATERS

CANNED.

BEANS."

into

desired

length,wash

cold

water,

up

PHILALETHEAN

THE

138

to the neck

time

the then

boil

of the

jars with

cold

start

to

on

three

screw

tight..

cooled that

BEEF."

will

fit

inches

thick.

ready

for

place

use.

piece of

a

quart

jar

Clean

the

Cover

that

see

R.

E.

Mrs.

lids

and all

are

Hartman. is

beef

that

old.

Cut

the beef

ly thoroughin

been the

pieces

one-half

and

sterilized neck

then

top and a teaspoon of salt to a tablespoonful to each half gallon jar. the jar carefully; place on cap and

suet

a

on

edge of Put jars into

clamp. in it.

and

in boiler

fresh

three

or

three

back

Place

days the jar nicely, and about one Pack in the jars which have Pack closely up to near

two

or

Take

from

hours, boiling water, place on

"

CANNED

boil

to

and

out

Fill boiler

Counting

water.

continue

tight.

take

boiler.

into

jars with

lids

on

hours,

more

"

boil

fill up

and

and

and

put

they

remove

rubbers

beans, string and break pack in jars. Pill jars with

Qather

lids and

screw

BOOK

COOK

with

as

the boiler

on

water

warm

fitted board as

jars

can

with

holes

stand

out with-

with to breaking and cover tight lid. Bring water the boilingpoint and boil constantly three hours for quart jars and four hours for half-gallon jars. Meat with bone may

be

until

it will

and

canned

pour

in

the

same

liquid from

the

clamps. Boil caps and and half-gallons one and from

Economy cap taken

and

stove

loose from

jars a

let but

water

the

from

come

by roasting with

way

cool

Mason

little while

the stove.

THE MORITZ ROOMS

bone, then put in jars,add salt roasting pan over it,then place in tight boiler, quarts one hour one-half

hours.

gradually. jars may be

This used

Remove is

boiler

given by leaving

for the

as boiling aiid tightening as soon Mrs. A .H. Griffiths. "

445 Main St.

MODERN

139

QUICKMEAL PORCELAIN

ENAMEL

RANGES

are

the

Range woman

most

satisfactory

made. who

Ask uses

one.

THE LATHROP HARDWARE COMPANY

‘*’*

Radium

Ore

WiUmartli

the

140

Store Go."The Richelieu Reiiihold-"ial]oway Grocery PHILALETHEAN

THE

141

BOOK

COOK

SANDWICHES

chop make

to

not

thick

a

little and

mix

SANDWICHES."

with

slices of bread

buttered mushroom

catsup

chocolate

of

grated

1

teaspoon

of 1 egg.

begins

Spread

Melt

and

little sugar

thin

SANDWICHES."

the

butter.

and

slices and

Put

layer

sprinklewith

of

CHEESE

cayenne

with

Season

sweet

Selected.

and

pepper

Sixteen

(easily done stir

fine with over

softened

Wth

AND

marshmalloAvs,

moderately and

ALLOW

white

bread.

and

4

cut

hot to

spread.

the

They

together. Trotter.

Chop

pecans.

marshmallows

until

mix

peppers

SANDWICHED"

tablespoons

water

red

JR. G.

PECAN

scissors.)Put

one-half

cream,

salt and

"Mrs. MARSHM

Onehiili

sweet

can

very

between

pepper.

SANDWICHES."

pint cottage cheese, one-fourth cup olives one-half dozen chopped fine,

finelycut.

bread.

cheese

grated

salt and

white

Selected.

"

COTTAGE

1 egg.

white* bread

Slice

thin

of

white "

CHEESE

add

and

yolk

the

slices of buttered

thin

on

tablespoons

cream

fold in the beaten

thicken,then

to

2

of hot

little

a

Selected.

"

tablespoon

in 1

vanilla, a

till it

juice.

SANDWICHES."

between

beans

the

over

pour

beans

the

Kajsh

dressing. Spread

and

onion

or

CHOCOLATE

Stir

French

a

F. L, Ross,

Mrs.

"

enough

stir in

and

mayonnaise

Use

almonds

the

Blanch

paste.

BEAN

BAKED a

fine.

too

be creamed.

always

SANDWICHES,"

ALMOND and

should

foF sandwiches

Butter

in two

in

small a

marshmallows

should "

Mrs.

double are

not

Abe

nuts

pieces er boil-

ciently suffi-

melt.

Use

Fauber.

JOHN L STIVERS, Cok Montrose. Attomey-atLaw,

ONIONS. Phone246;Res.372J FRUIT, POTATOES, THE

PHILALETHEAN

bread

lettuce

white

or

leaf

wuth

bread

Slice

and

fourth

of

pound of

pint

PASTE

and

pepper

oz.

milk and mustard, add seasoning. Put in

oiled

fry

butter, 1 oz. flour,one-fourth meg, dust of nutteaspoon dry mustard, to taste. Melt butter, stir in flour

cheese,1

then

Then

butter

the

over

slices of bread

Serve

very

Bake

size.

same

in 3

Mrs.

of white Trim

and

off

all

cheese

over

ready

crusts, cut off first

wheat

each

in two

serve.

Slice

as

butter.

SANDWICHES."

PICNIC

fine,2

boiled

ham,

cut

mixed

with

booked

stalks

H.

Qrind

celery, 1

to

bottom.

part

erously gen-

form

two

cloth

Cut

Mrs.

"

the

each

bread.

ordinary

again.

lengthwise

then

top, Spread

the

bread

loaf

put together alternatelyso as in a again. Wrap damp (not wet) to

Neilson.

SANDWICHES."

and

loaves

run

paste, paste.

with

James

of whole

loaf

cold

when

the

spread

LAYER

BUTTER

and

using

fat and

equal parts, cutting one-fourth pound

Cream

jars

"

AND

loaf

a

small

mUk

stiff add

If too

When

top.

in hot

cheese.

hot.

BREAD

One-

SANDWICHES."

FOR

milk, one-half

salt and

put

Frank.

J. R.

Mrs.

"

CHEESE

bread,

nut

and butter slices, cut diagonally.

in thin

mayonnaise

143

.

SANDWICHES."

ASSORTED brown

BOOK

COOK

until

each

slice

F. Stewart.

20c hard

worth

of

boiled

egg,

dressing. Dressing: 1 cup vinegar, heat vinegar and stir while adding 1 lump butter, sugar to taste, 2 beaten eggs, pinch of salt and one-half te;ispoon mustard. thin slices of bread. Sj^read between Mrs.

"

CLUB^SANDWICHES." than riace

for

ordinary

an

between

bacon, turkey, and

mixed

with

the

Slice

sandwich,

Clarence

bread trim

a

and

Gould.

little thicker toast

brown,

toasted

chicken

ham. bread, pieces of cold lettuce and tomatoes chopped fine

mayonnaise.

"

Mrs.

John

Ketchem.

The Most Expert Printers Work at THE ENTERPRISE

Co." The Richelieu Store Remhold-Galloway Grocery ^

144

nillNGS

FROSTINGS AND FILLING."

BANANA half cup

bananas

gelatine which Stir

has

constantly

should

be

fine.

chopped until

gelatine froth, add

stiff

add

in one-half

thickened, then

one-

one-half

bananas,

6

this

To

dissolved

been

box

fonrtli

One

pint cream, one-half cup water, to a powdered sugar, whip creain and

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

gar su-

the

slowly

of water.

cup

cake

The

use.

cold. ,

CANARY

FROSTING."

light,add

CARAMEL

cool

ICING.

and

beat

until

to

a

of cream,

teaspoon

beat

size of walnut

butter Mix

froth, add

whites

one

to

tejusi"ooncream

butter

smooth

size of walnut FILLING.

FIG seeded simmer

with

raisins

chopped

slowly

FRUIT

until

FILLING.

a

pound as

and

Melt

1

i"ieceof chocolate*.

Herrington. Beat

powdered in pan

Baker’s

sugar,

piece of

chocolate.

figs,one-half pint

sugar,

1

pound pint iailk,

marmalade.

One

"

1

of two

COOKED."

2 cups

square

fine,add

thick

ball,let

sugar

in pan

Geo.

NOT

paste.

One

"

brown

Collins.

Baker’s

Mrs.

FROSTING, stiff froth, mix

to

Melt

square "

of 2 eggs

E.

powdered

stiff.

together. CHOCOLATE

1

until

of

voring fla-

orange.

Beai^ the whites

2 cups

T^ith

soft

Miss

"

the

2 cups

till make

Cook

FROSTING."

stiff

juice of

sugar,

creamy.

CHOCOLATE eggs

milk.

cup

very

egg

s["read. For

can

little

a

One

"

condensed

1 cup

sugar,

and

grated peel

whole

the

till you

pulverized sugar little

a

Boat

cup

stewed

prunes,

whites

of 4 eggs,

to taste. Chop prunes or rub through sugar strainer,add the beaten whites and sugar. Spread half on Put 1 layer of cake. second on of the layer and remainder

filling,whipped may

be

used

cream

instead

on

top

of

that.

Any

other

fruit

of prunes.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attomey-atUw, Montrose,

REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE

J.R.FRANK .

THE

.

ICING." 1 cup

Whiten

145

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

beaten

of 2 eggs

until

with one-half water sugar beat till stiff and flavor.

eggs,

ROYAL pour

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it

into

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lemon

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stiff

to a

froth,boil

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whites

of

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juice, stir slightly. stirringwell, when

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frosting.

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stiff,add

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of 1 egg

15 minutes. Selected.

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en beat-

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Mrs.

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cup

Jesse

cream

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rich

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cold

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and

nuts

flavoring. "

cup

ORANGE

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orange

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cup

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sugar,

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little

flour,a grated orange rind, one-half teaspoon 1 Mix in order butter, egg slightly beaten. given. Cook in double boiler,stirring constantly until it is as thick as mush.

When

cold

it is roadv

for

use.

THE DAILY ENTERPRISE COVERS THE NEWS HELD

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milk,

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1

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over

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well

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in cold

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pound

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spread. "

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in

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water, I egg, powder, one teaspoon

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with

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remove

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one-half

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COOK

beat

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sugar

it threads of four

one-

from

eggs, and

constantly

till the

well. "

Mrs.

Frank

Teachout.

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.Chriitianson RealEstate, Insurance. Loans, THE

PHILALETHEAN

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together ,then

one-fourth

one-half

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a

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boiler

and

set

for six minutes.

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beat

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of egg,

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white with one cup sugar till it threads from spoon. of four

eggs

constantly till

well.

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and the

one

cup

and

water stove

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cup

one

egg,

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from

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sugar

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of

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together yolks

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butter,one

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brown

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beat

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added.

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be

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the

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for

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is

flour

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before

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brown

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fine

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is added.

liquid

must

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at

stock

rich, clear

preparation.

great simple sauces

one

of stock

value

the very

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materials

must

of

understand

cannot

meats, fish,etc. Any stock pot in keeping a

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habit

the

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148

butter

and

must

chestnut, stirring

a

constantly. DRAWN 1

BUTTER,"

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tablespoon flour, 1 cup

small

sauce

add

smooth, taste

not

all

water

raw,

through

eggs

this

BREAD

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"

pour the

one-half

adding

of lemon

to

flour, stir until

thoroughly or chopped hard

with

sauce

SAUCE, and

water, put in

slowly, cook

it is delicious

CAPER the

hot

over

pan

heaping tablespoon butter, Melt butter in boilingwater.

of

it does

boiled

eggs

fish.

over

same

above, omitting

as

of capers

cup

until

and

spoon table-

1

juice. SAUCE,"

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fine

bread

tablespoon butter, 2 tablespoons chopped

crumbs, I onion, one-half

teaspoon salt, one-half

one

boil the

bread

Add coarse

Pour

crumbs

butter,

bread the

crumbs

sauce

over

cup

saltspoon and

onion

salt and

crumbs

in

around

a

pepper,

in the

milk

pint milk; fifteen

utes. min-

pepper.

Fry

small

cup

tablespoon

butter

until

brown.

roast

duck

and

sprinkle

the

of

broATi

all.

The HurstModern Rooms, MRS.

A.

M.

HURST,

Hot and ColdWater Proprietor.

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149

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tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoon lemon add juice, 1 sprig chopped parsley, one-half teaspoon salt,one-eighth teaspoon pepper. Spread fried or broiled one-half fish. Use on tablespoon lemon is used with potato balls. the sauce juice when BUTTER."

PARSLEY

SAUCE."

H0LLANDAI8E one-half

3

Cream

small

of four

butter,yolks

cup

gar, tablespoons vine-

Fonr

raw

eggs,

one-

teaspoon white pepper, oneteaspoon salt,one-fourth third cup of boiling water, put vinegar in granite bowl and tea kettle,bring to a scald, add over butter, pepper salt,let it cool a little then add yolks of eggs one by one, half

them

blending mass

becomes

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is

fillets

thick

delicious

a

steak

or

of

and

1

to

seiye and

teaspoon

TOMATO

Make

just

before

all kinds

with

serve

until

the

using. of

fish

vegetables.

some

in

or

time

all the

cream.

SAUCE."

broth

through

like sauce

and

TOMATO

pint

Stir

thoroughly.

Stew

their

own

to

season

quart of juice until 1

taste

with

sugar.

Mrs.

1

soft, run pepi"er

Brown.

strained pint stirred and tomato, one-half pint of stock, 3 tablespoons of butter, 2 spoon tablespoons of flour,1 slice of onion, 1 of carrots, 1 tea-

stir

SAUCE."

very

salt, red "

in

tomatoes

ion salt,one-half teaspoon pepper ; cook the butter, onand carrot together for 10 minutes, add the flour anc! until frothy, then add stock stirring until smooth,

then

add

strain

tomato,

and

until

SAUCE

pepper.

FOR

FISH."

when

a

Simmer

10

Fnt

tablespoons

minutes,

melted

add

two

2 slices of

1

sauce

becomes

stir 3 minutes and

and

frying pan, onion, 1 of stir 3 4 minutes, bayleaf, sprig parsley, or carrot, add heaping tablespoon of flour, stirringconstantly

pork

1 of

in

salt

serve.

BROWN of

One

pepper

dark

longer.

brown.

Add

Add

cupful

tablespoon of lemon

of stock

and

juice,salt

to taste.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atUw, Montrose,

and ICES. Pasteurized Milkand Cream THE

PHILALETHEAN

MIl^T

chopped mint, add a

mint,

fine

with

six

few

SAUCE.

adding just a dash

COOK

BOOK

"Use

the

2

tablespoonfulscider

hours

before

161

serving

of

and

vinegar. to

leaves

young

tablespoons of pepper

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sugar

mint of

three

mixing

should

be made

full flavor

of

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to

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salt.

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THE

PHILAL"THEAN

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BEVERAGES COFFEE."

FRENCH

then

add

and

add

CHERRY boil

add

boiled

2 and

pound

cup

whipped

then

off, and

drain.

To

pounds powdered of juice.

1

Baily.

water.

of mixture 2 cups

or

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and

with

gallon

sugar

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water

again

cover

c^ps

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spoon, tea-

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water, 314

cream.

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mash

one-half 1

to

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well

sugar

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WINE."

until

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water.

with

ing milk, serve

coffee,one-fourth

cup cold

egg, one-fourth

salt,1 minutes

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of

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COCKTAIL."

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;

double

new

finelycrushed, the from

one

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lemon

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grapes

and

one

banana.

halves sugar

and

in

2

seed

halves

lengthwise. Then cut and lemon juice and

one-fourth

and

one-fourth with

Peel

sugar.

fruit

grape walnut

thoroughly

and

BOUILLON."

Mrs.

juice (about boiler

and

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to

come

1

with

cup

sugar.

shaved

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until out

in

with Cu-

meats

in

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pieces.

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strained

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oranges) put juice in steaming point. Do not let

tablespoons to the juice,cook

of

scrai^e half

juice.

small

arrowroot

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fire, add glasses

let

2

water.

1 dozen

One

with

in 6 cocktail

arrange "

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and

lengthwise, cut in thin slices, sprinkle add

pulp

poun"]

a

each

of

serving mix

the

ice

sprinkle with of

cupful English prepared ingredients separately.

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contains

sprinkle

and

oranges

dinners

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pieces,drain

sprinkle in

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cocktail.

the

from

pulp

juice.

Malaga

other

fruit cut

grape

sugar.

begin luncheon glasses,one of which To

4

it boil.

tablespoons cold

thick, remove to

double

get cold.

from

the

Sherbet

ice.

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Attorney-atLaw, Colo.

ftpays to have your work done byParkadeCleaners THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

COFFEE. When

conies

set where

it is

water.

and

One

"

153

BOOK

coffee

tablespoon to

until

warm

Mrs.

"

GRAPE

COCKTAIL."

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the

grape

fruit

the

white

remains,

that

gives the

each

to

the

bitter

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either

will

top

on

be

maraschino

a

sufficient

MINT

for

JULEP.

"

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that

care

of of

none

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cherry.

10

persons.

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quart

ice and

shaved

fine

fruit

grai)e

Edith

"

well

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syrup.

sugar

spoonful of

a

pulp

part and the fiber the liquid in glasses,add of bananas, a teaspoon of

slices

sugar

Aater

white

Place

few

just prior to serving

place

fiber,taking

taste.

Joe

Separate

it is the

for

pulp, a

some

maraschino and

from

of cold

put in dash ready to use.

boil

a

boiling

1 cup

to

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of water, 2 cups

juice,juice of

I cup

of

8

boilingwater, 12 sprigs of fresh mint. utes. 20 minand by boilingquart of water syrup sugar ter. Separate mint in pieces and add to the boilingwa-

strawberry juice,1

lemons, 1^

Make

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add

bowl

punch with

cups

and

to

fresh

of orange

cup

chill

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leaves

and

let stand Add

syrup. and mint

in

warm

whole

tall glasses partly filled with

strawberries.

ice.

crushed

Miss

"

ORANGE of

PUNCH." with

water

minutes. strain aside

the. it

After

; add

cool.

to

ice and

the

PUNCH

FOR

of

1 dozen

water

boil

take

from

to

comes

3 oranges

ready

except ice.

to

and

water.

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cans

1 dozen

Juice

the

1

and

of shaved

Edith

Clark.

Mrs.

D.

lemons,

1 bottle

to

5

stand

pint

bananas, "

pint for

fire and

of 2 dozen

pineapple,sweeten

1

orange

2 lemons

add

serve

1

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sugar

grated yellow

oranges,

cherries,2

pound

of

WTien

quart of

1

rind

juice of

1

juice

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in

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taste,a

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pintsugar,

add

1

one

tablespoon

water

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it.

whites

kettle to

until

in

ice

makes

let

2

strawberry bowl

punch

quarts.

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and

add

mixtun* pour W. L. White.

taric tar-

ounces

and

essence

in

COCOA.

when

in two-thirds

syrup

to

makes

adds

cream

about

12

PUNCH."

Mrs.

Two

six oranges, juice of six boiled 10 minutes in water

juice of

fruit.

over

Add

10

PUNCH

lemons, pulp 1

bottle from

Serve

cherries.

and

juice

J. R.

does

not

of cracked

Mrs.

FOR

20

of 2

dozen

Frank.

pineapples,

three

to dissolve.

pounds

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punch

cocoa,

whipped

but

grated

lemons,

"

ORANGE

add

cups. "

PINEAPPLE

pint

one

with

richness

to

of cold

Wilson.

milk,

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taste.

2

Use

with

cocoa

time.

delightful

a

James

1 quart

cream, to

is

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the

glass

a

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tablespoons

sweeten

canned

This

taste.

11

pint canned

and

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cream.

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boil

of

of soda.

14 teaspoon

of eggs

stirringall cold, bottle.

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water.

the whites

Add

drink.

summer

ice.

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raspberry.

or

one-half

and

4 minutes

Boil

of this

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water.

sugar,

and Mrs.

"

Two

to a boil.

come

stiff froth.

tablespoons

pour

anges, or-

pineapple

is dissolved.

sugar

of

can

one

CREAM

and

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sugar

3

acid, 3 pounds granulated sugar, 2 quarts water, sired. of 3 eggs, 1 tablespoon sassafras or any flavor deinto a porcelain the acid, sugar and water Put a

bring

shredded

can

one

and

lemons

1 quart boiling strong tea, pour any let stand until cold, then strain and add

juice. Add large piece of

SODA

3

of

fruit

This

of

pulp

let stand

it and

over

juice of

the

To

juice and

the

to

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

164

of

pounds Cool

and

ice.

B. E. Hitchcock.

PEOPLE."

Juice

of

8

pounds of pounds cracked toothpicks to lift the oranges,

3

cherries,10

bowl

with

Mrs.

"

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.

.

B.

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Hitchcock.

THE MEN’S STORE

Phone334

make themand ANY KIND YOU WISH. PHILALETHEAN

THE

MONTROSE

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165

BOOK

COOK

Twelve

PUNCH."

FRUIT seeds

removed), pineapple. Put

(sliced),1 quart with cover a jar and tablespoons of sugar

all in grated canned 1 gallon of warm water, add a few and after covering with plate,let stand

put through and or

sweeten

Maraschino

DELICATE

colander

with

box

crushed

Mrs,

marshmallows. with fruit

or

nuts

Main

Chip

with

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1

in

with

the

sors scis-

pint whipped sherbet

glasses

top.

on

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vanilla.

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635

then

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FOR

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The

hours;

or

DAINTY

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cream.

for 15

seive,add juice of 30 lemons to taste,add 1^^ quarts of fresh strawberries cherries and 1 quart of grape juice. a

"

one

oranges

12 bananas

Mrs.

H.

J.

Baird, Delta.

Hospital and

Surgical

NURSES Phone

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PHILALETHEAN

THE

COOK

BOOK

PICKLES AND PRESERVES MIXED

PICKLES."

SWEET

1

y2 gallon cucumbers, cabbage, sweet

quart

little

1 quart

onions,

pint sliced

1

corn,

matoes, 11/2gallons greon togalquart string beans, 1 lon

quart lima beans, 1 celery, 1 pint cbopped 1

gallon cauliflower, 5 pints sugar, 4 pints inebeed, 2 tablespoon celery seed, 1 teaspoon mustard

carrots, ^ 1

gar,

tablespoonsmixed

spices,1 teaspoon

s])o6n turmeric. and

salt and

corn

in weak

drain

all

and

tomatoes

together

20

Mrs.

oz.

Cook

seed.

camena

cracker

dust

instead

of water

and

be

kept

and

as

be

taken

used and

in

put

water

one

cup to

come

a

of

vinegar

in water

and

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pour add

2

L

it may

portion

beans

may

added

as

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](^t

morning wipe dry

them

over

that

cucumbers

the

In

a

enough

all in suet

low,

desired

the

following:

of

salt,one cup of of mustard, one teaspoon of sacharin, let boil and over pickles and seal while pour one

"

CHILI

Cook

very

ozs.

peppers

add

then

2

Patena, ^

add

then

When

night.

over

hot.

and

down

needed.

glass jars and

gallon

one

sugar, this

simmer

dissolved

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sage,,

chili

taste.

to

PICKLES."

in cold

stand

To

Salt

"

CUCUMBER

oz.

hours,

two

wished.

one

and

Mendenliull.

H.

thirty minutes,

thicken.

to

off

meat

for

stirring continually

and

H.

pounds beef, ground, % ground, % oz. garlic,1 oz.

chili pepper,

pieces

minutes.

5

"

in

cucumbers

night. Cook beans, but not done. separately

over

"

CHILI.

1 table-

pepper,

carrots

salt water

Cook

dry.

Cut

black

SAUCE.

cup

Mrs.

H.

W.

Heiselmarf.

6

large ripe tomatoes, 3 green peppers, spoons onions, all chopped fine,1 tablespoon salt,2 table11/^cups vinegar. Boil all until thick, bottle sugar,

cork.

"

"

Mrs.

Wm.

L.

White.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attomey-atUw, Montrose,

B. R

ChriBtiaiMoii

THE

PHILALETHEAN

GREEN 6

COOK

167

lbs. sUced

15

Sprinkle with

onions.

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BOOK

PICKLES."

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large

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of

1 cup

toes, toma-

let

salt,and

night, drain, add 1 quart vinegar and 1 Boil 15 minutes, drain off vinegar and water, water. 2 quarts of vinegar,6 cups sugar, 1 teaspoon ginger,1 stand

add spoon tea-

spoon teaspoon red pepper, 1 teaspoon 1 tableground cloves, 1 teaspoon ground allspice, Boil ground cinnamon, 1 tablespoon celery seed. Mrs. M. C. Ahernathy. minutes.

whole

20

cup

over

mustard

seed, ^

"

quart chopped cabbage,. 1 quart chopped boiled beets, 2 cups sugar, 1 tablespoon salt, 1 (not too y2 teaspoon red pepper teaspoon black pepper, with vinegar strong), 1 teacup grated horseradish, cover simmer until heated and through. Can and seal. PICKLES"

BEET

1

Mrs.

"

MUSTARD

onions,

1

beans, 2

in

small

quart small

pieces, 6

pieces.

PICKLES"

or

quarts

cucumbers, head

large

1

in salt water

little white

quart

young

of cauliflower

cut

seed

remove

peppers,

green Soak

1

2

L. White.

Wm.

for 24

and

hours.

string in small

in small

cut

until

Cook

der ten-

spoons dressing of 6 teamustard, 1 teaspoon turmeric, 1 cup flour, 2 cups Mix to a paste with a little cold vinegar. Add sugar. drained 3 quarts. Pour over enough hot vinegar to make pickles,heat thoroughly and seal. same

water

and

drain.

Make

pickling

a

"

BEET

RELISH."

2

Mrs. blanched

quarts

Ada

Nichols. and

peeled

whole cabbage, beets, 31/^cups sugar, mixed spices (cinnamon, cloves and allspice)1^ cups minero red peppers, cider vinegar, one-third 3 tablespoons cup salt. Tut cabbage, beets and through peppers shredded

1 cup

in pan Place of vinegar, chopper. Tie spices in cheesecloth, salt,let simmer Remove tender. spice bag and seal. food

"

Mrs.

1 oz.

sugar

and

until

beets

J. R.

Brown.

salt. are

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red

black, and

or

fruit,5 pounds stick cinnamon^ and

after

boil

until

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the

quart best cloves, heat

few

nice

in

skimming

put tender, being hot. They do

the

careful

10

on,

the

cherries,add

"Mrs.

ounces

vinegar

spice.

do

they

require much

not

and

sugar

of

pounds

vinegar, 2

cider

that

cherries,

large

stems

1

sugar, a

leave

159

Select

PICKLES."

CHERRY either

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

not

Let

break.

cooking. W.

White.

L.

toes, quart sUced green toma1 quart small white onion sliced,1 quart pared and sliced cucumbers, 2 tablespoons salt,4 sliced bell pepi)ers. Let stand over night in earthen jar, drain and add onehalf ounce 1 teaspoon celery seed, one-half ounce allspice, 1 pound brown tard, pepper, sugar, 2 tablespoons ground musall and when cold seal scalding vinegar over pour

PICKLES."

FRENCH

One

down.

CHICAGO fine

and

HOT.

drained

chopped 2 cups

sugar,

seed,

1 quart

one-half

salt,2

vinegar, 1

grated

PICKLES."

3 heads

mustard

1 oz.

sugar,

night.

Boil

that

have

one-half Add

cup 1

of

washed

peppers, mustard

spoon horseradish,1 teaChas. Cage.

sliced,2 quarts; tomatoes, large green peppers, tard, couliflower,2 ozs. ground mus4 blespoons seed, tablespoons flour,6 taCncnmheTB 6

turmeric, put vegetables all all together one-half hour.

CHERRIES." been

red

Mrs.

"

SALTED

2

white

ounces

"

2 qts. green

over

cup

peppers,

pepper.

qts.onions, gallon vinegar, % lb. white

brine

cup

A. E. Smith.

peck ripe tomatoes, chopped ions, chopped celery,6 large on-

2 cups

green

MUSTARD

I

One

"

dry, fine,2 large

cayenne

2

Rose

"

Fill

but

vinegar

and

tablespoon of

not

Jfrs. H.

pint jar stemmed, pour

finish salt and

a

in weak

Oshorn.

with

cherries

over

cherries

fillingthe jar

with

ter. wa-

seal. "

Dime

Daivs,

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atLaw, Montrose,

H D.ROSE-Hamif actnrerofICECREAM,SHERBETS

1 small

add

can,

cloves, 1

to

heated a

cover.

and

through to

syrup

put

if

them

over

and

cover

the

not

FRUIT."

one-third

Mrs.

PICKLES."

TOMATO

put through

tomatoes

boil down

and each

of

3 hours.

cinnamon,

Add

cloves

hour.

large

and

off

spices, 1

pint

half

onions.

cook

Pour

mixed one

PICKLE."

cucumbers,

drain

cinnamon, Boil

and

Qreen

Let

stand

Wonder.

4

pounds and

mace

Mrs.

S. H.

tomatoes,

6 green

dozen;

seal.

green brown

quart vinegar,1

"

CHOPPED

8. B.

add

1

minutes.

6

Fetz.

Bight pounds

grinder,

meat

of

top

fruit until tender. cloves, steam spicestogether 15 minutes, put in jars and

OBEEN

green

Alice

stick

ounce

"

sugar

to

of

ounce

and

sugar

make

or

pounds pounds fruit,31/2,

pint good vinegar, one-half

1

sugar,

Seven

if

until

heat

come "

quart several

water

cherries

jar. SPICED

add

strong,

juice does

1

cinnamon,

of

of

vinegar very I*ut in boiler, juice raises over

tablespoon

needed

1 stick

of sugar,

cup

in

cherries

CHEBBIES."Pnt

PICKLED

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

160

peppers,

spoon tea-

boil

15

Bell.

peck;

one

head

bage, cab-

night in cup of salt, in weak solution 1 of vinegar and water and vinegar, half box put on 1 quart ounce mustard celery seed, 1 ounce seed, over

sugar.

"

MUSTABD

PICKLE."

Mrs.

L. L. Bahb.

One

quart large cucumbers pared quart cucumbers, 1 quart small onions, 2 quarts small tomatoes, 1 quart cauliflower, 6 green peppers cut in small pieces. Put all in weak brine scald next in and drain. over night, day same Dressing and

to pour

sugar,

cut

in

pieces,1

small

pickles: 2 quarts cider vinegar, 1 cup tablespoon turmeric, 2 tablespoons flour,

over

1

mustard

and

cook

until

MRS.

A.

M.

HURST,

fi tablespoons

thick. Mrs.

"

The HurstModern Rooms,

brown

.

S. N.

Hitchcock.

Hot and ColdWater Proprietor.

and ICES. Pasteurized Milkand Cream PHILALETHEAN

THE

COOK

PICKLE.

OIL

161

BOOK

Slice

"

do

but

peel 2

not

put in layer of cucumbers, then stand

hours.

3 2

onions, half

Pour

off 1

seed, 2

Mrs.

"

CHOPPED

PICKLE"

red

celery, 1 salt water .;eed if half

and

1 green

drain

and

desired,2 whole

cup

mango

for 8

head

hours,

tablespoons ground

white

mustard

seed,

and

Neely.

cabbage,

onions, 1

same

bunch

all in weak nasturtium

handful

add

tard mus-

bottles

scald

pepper,

horseradish,

1

3

add

black

T. F.

sized

4 medium

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green

small

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mustard

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bers, cucum-

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white

amount

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of salt and

layer

that

water

quarts vinegar,

cup

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one-

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each

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nutmeg, cloves, ginger and cinnamon, 2 heaping teaspoons salt,sugar enough to make rather sweet, 1 quart vinegar. Scald all together until boiling and all is tender, seal, or will keep all winter in cool place if left unsealed. "

WATER and

red

of

rinds

or

two

with

equal

with

a

to 3

cinnamon before

parts of

alum

has

stand

vinegar

For

again.

of sugar,

add Boil

bags.

put

in rinds

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whole

and

pounds,

CHILI

half

SAUCE."

salt,1

cup

cup

sugar,

1

])er, 1

teaspoon ground teaspoon mustard, 2 medium

fine.

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cayenne,

and

mash

tomatoes,

thick.

add

to

on

small can

you

1

use

day

a

quart of

cloves,allspiceand to

suit

let boil "

MEXICAN

quantities

until

syrup

down

rind

in which

water

fork, rinse

off

off green

over

and

dissolved.

pints

VsLve

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night or thoroughly rinse, put

been

in small

taking

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Then

place.

Jess

jar alternating small

a

little salt.

cool

of

pierce vinegar

PICKLE."

part, place in in

boil with

piece

MELON

Mrs.

little

a

Mrs.

John

Uvpe

longer. Cray.

vinegar, 1

cloves,1 teaspoon onions

spices "Mrs.

15

tomatoes,

2 cups

sized

Just

taste.

and H.

spoon tea-

pep-

chopped boil

until

Osborn.

To GetItNicely Printed Take ItTo The Enterprise "

Store Go." The Richelieu Grocery Reiihold-Galloway

and

wipe cucumbers

and

Wsi"li

PICKLES."

PLAIN

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

162

too

strong

of cup of salt,1 cup of sugar, one-half cup cucumbers. mustard, dissolve well and pour over

ground Eeady

For

place in jar. add

to

vinegar

of

gallon

every

not

one

in

use

think

three

it adds

days

in each

horseradish

brown

of

mustard,

a

little

the

until

all

peppers,

turmeric then

dozen

Two one-half

pour

of

medium

CHILI

Mix

in the

green

Mustard

coarse.

SAUGE."Veel

worth with

Mrs.

over

boil

pickle and

cucumbers, 2

cabbage,

"

5 cents

and and

Harry

2

and

tablespoons flour hot the vinegar sized

to taste.

grated

quarts vinegar

Put

medium

head

chopped

2

and

of

C. Monell.

Helen

little salt.

boil 3 minutes.

tender.

2

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3 sticks

or

Mrs.

"

with

vinegar,

and

onions, seed

3 cents

2

put

jar.

sugar

cold

paste

to

PICKLE."

SPANISH

pounds

flavor

the

to

Some

keep indefinitely.

will

and

t dozen J

red

celery

Dunbar.

slice 18

and

large tomatoes, onions, chop vinegar, 6 small red chopped fine, 4 tablespoonssugar, 2 tablespoons peppers Boil salt, 1 tablespoon ginger, 2 tablespoons cinnamon. add

separately4

hour,

one

4 cups

seal hot.

SPANISH

Mrs.

"

RELISH."

Herbert

heads

Two

Reeves.

cabbage, 1 peck large onions, 6

large cucumbers, 12 sweet Chop all fine,salt and let stand over peppers. night. In the morning drain and add 4 ounces ground mustard, 1 cup flour, one-half ounce turmeric, 214 pounds 1 brown Boil gallon vinegar. vinegar and sugar, sugar, all and boil together, add 1 ounce over celery seed, 2 pour

green

tomatoes,

ounces

mustard

12

seed.

When

all is done "

CHILI

SAUCE.

chopped fine, 6 4

"

onions

tablespoons salt, 1 allspice,4 cups

Mrs.

bottle.

Parker

Lupher.

Ripe tomatoes, 24; 4 large peppers chopped fine, 4 tablespoons sugar, spoon tablespoon ground cloves, 1 tableBoil three hours. vinegar. "

Mrs.

H.

Osborn.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-at Law, Montrose.

MRS. A. W. KNOn, HEMSTITCHINGand nCOTING 1100 THE

South

St.

First

PHILALETHEAN

216W.

PlMMne

163"

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BOOK

COOK

PRESERVES JELLY."

CRANBERRY

pint granulated sugar, soft, rub through GRAPE a

1 cup, cold

water.

and

pour

seive

a

butter."

little water

the

Put

boil until

and

quart cranberries,1

One

into molds.

in

grapes

soft.

very

til gently un-

Stew

a

in

Put

"E.

M.

kettle

with

bag, hang

a

clear

nice drain, squeeze a little. The juice makes jelly. Turn the pulp into a colander press through Boil until fourths pound pulp to 1 pound sugar. to

Mrs.

"

MARMALADE."

ORANGE

lemons, 10 pounds skins.

scrub on

hard

a

pieces that

seeds

and

Pour

one-half

for with

the

Then

back

trying

that

colander.

a

3 hours. the

gallon

water

through

add

of the

stove

little in

a

this makes

about

and

blanched stewed

in

enough the

place of

thin.

one

of water

put

the

has

been

fruit

The

water

on

sugar

and

cook

or

till the Put

saucer.

hold Set

nuts

them

in

Christiansen

or

gently

more

on

grapes

walnuts,

1 cup

thin, 6 figs jellyor gelatine

lemon of

together,

then

mould

with

fill up

dish

firm.

"Mrs.

B.B.

cook

T. J. Black.

bottom

ice until

strain

sliced

and a

soak

and

California

English

pared

another.

jellies. Test by glasses. I think

Mrs.

pound

Make

the

lemon

it and

hour

in "

into

on

mixture

One

on

all the

seeds

an

away

and

preserving kettle

a

the

glasses.

fruit and

gelatine.

in

and

away

bowl

standing

halves,1 cup

jellyto

each

over

6

oranges,

Throw

ends, save bowl, the fruit

JELLY." cut

very

thick.

thoroughly sharp knife

the

almonds, 2 oranges and then shredded.

and

with

a

15

ORIENTAL seeded

from

dozen

three-

Dalton.

Carrie

fruit

a

slice very

into

Then

the

fruit,take

come

put them

hours.

36

the

board,

thick

Wash

sugar.

Dry

wood

One

"

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T. L.

8. H.

Bell.

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164

PHILALETHEAN

THE

ORANGE

MARMALADE."

then

oranges,

until

waters

last water

grinder and

add

and

water

1

PLUM

rind

is almost

pint sugar

boil two

rind

Fare

off white

peel

COOK

scald

and

clear.

to

1

twelve

separate pulp through Add

pint pulp. Mrs.

"

CONSERVE

off in

Put

hours.

BOOK

2 cups

Stewart.

MARMALADE."

OR

Three

3 oranges plums, three pounds pounds chopped sugar, with peeling ground in mincing machine, 1 pouni English walnuts ons. chopped, 1 pound seeded raisins,juice of 2 lemall

Cook

ingredients together until jelly. This same conserve

to

thicken

of

chopped apples

or

delicious

makes

JELLY.

CURRANT

Mrs.

Cook

water.

through

until

cook

in

time

put

flat pan so sugar in the

the

juice and

minutes

boil pour

of

cup

it

large

the

Let

each

5

minutes, immediately

add

the

(do

the

into

PEACH the

peel peaches

of sugar

pound

boil until

to

tender

a

and

before. of

pound seal.

"

sugar,

6 oranges,

RASPBERRY

pints sugar.

black Cook

to

same

scorch)

and

.

boil 3

W.

Catlin.

fitone

with

fruit.

The

sugar next

and

using a morning

A. (J. McClanahan.

large

peaches,

4

nuts.

Mrs.

"

APRICOT,

let

not

H.

Bghteen 1 cup

the

At

sugar

Cover

Mrs.

use

juice on

PRESERVES."

CONSERVE."

PEACH

pounds

night

and

glasses.

"Mrs. SOUTHERN

night

over

juice

hard.

to heat

oven

Cornish.

strain

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cook

pie.

sparingly with

the

juice.

can

Isabel

then

Measure

bag.

with

currants

white,

turn

cloth

for

of sugar

cup

they

cheese

a

Cover

"

juice begins equal parts

for mince

meat

"

the

Paul

MARMALADE."

J. Dunn. Three

raspberries,5 pints peeled apricots, 4 pints to

consistency

of marmalade. "

Mrs.

H.

J. Price.

JOHN L STIVERS,Attorney-atLaw, Colo. Montrose,

forPrices Call RugsGeaned; THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

a

to a or

boil until

and

syrup

merely

platter,cover 5 days, then

with

1

can

pieces.

Let

sugar,

and

from out

put

Mrs.

"

AND

Nuts

over

may

night, then

cook

allow

and

and

pour

Geo.

Thorniley.

equal fruit

on

for 4

in sunshine

SERVES. PRE-

ORANGE

1

stand

berries stove

gallon apricotsadd an pineapple and 6 oranges,

To

seal.

Take

PINEAPPLE

APRICOT,

add

Then

glass and

seal.

Kake

PRESERVES."

hairs.

through.

warm

"

165

BOOK

STRAWBERRY

SUNSHINE

ParkadeCleaners

.

of

measure

cut

slowly

in

small

until

der ten-

be added. "

NICHOLS " LATHROP.

Mrs.

J. A. Dunn.

forMen HighGradeShirts

PhoneM25

Milkand Cream and ICES. Pasteurized

juice until as

and

freshly boiled

6

cream,

browned

the whites then

of the eggs

put the yolks CURRIED

boiled

in halves.

cut

1

Fry

in 1

cups

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in eggs

and

EGGS,

COLORADO

5 eggs,

of stock

milk

or

or

toast,

fine strainer. 6

from

hard

chopped onion tablespoons of flour and Pour

on

; add

cream

warm.

serve

put

teaspoon

tablespoon butter, add two one-half tablespoon curry powder. half

the

over

shells

the

nemove

this

Into

Pour

through

top, press

on

EGGS."

eggs,

fine.

chopped

season

cream,

flour.

butter, 1 teaspoon

salt,pepper,

the

Heat

dried

pieces well

6

eggs,

toast.

pint rich

One-half

TOAST."

ON

Marshall

Mrs.

"

EGGS

thoroughly

with

colored.

pickled blood beet Cut lengthwise and

relish.

a

or

in

and

boiled

hard

eggs

them

put

become

the whites

CREAMED milk

shells

the

removing

serve

the

EGG8."Hsie

PICKLED after

167

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

STYLE"

salt and

Mrs.

"

and

one

One

pepper. West,

J. G.

crumbs

bread

cup

one-

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beat

hot

very

in mixture.

pour

minutes.

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at

DROPPED at

a

time

once.

OR

into

a

Season

cup,

stir with

Mrs.

"

POACHED let

and

H.

EGGS."

slip gently

into

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some on

water

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top.

place

dice

on

over

white of toast.

in

eggs soup Avards The

the

of

egg,

is firm

shape. Eggs may or sauce stock, tomato the toast over poured may

meat

be or

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that

take

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minced

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with

in

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on

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may

poached

milk, they

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keep

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of

pan

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one

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a

fork

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a

or

is afterare

melted

served. or

any

Batchelder.

THE DAILY ENTERPRISECOVERS THE NEWS HELD

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TIMBALES."Bresk

EGG

add slightly, of paprika

Stand

let stand

until

and Sauce

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:

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EGG

of water, and

pepper

a

5

together. Make set over boiling of

toast

softened

place

on

sauce

and

water

stir and

hot

a

then

as

:

and

teasi"oon salt

a

Selected, and

5 table-

slightly,add

to

keep hot,

shallow

a

cook

when

pan,

until

soft

now

and

GOLDEN

ROD."

table-

put

2

hot

turn

in

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creamy.

slightly by dipping quickly in it first platter and pour over the egg and cheese, and serve

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tablespoon f loui*, pint milk, stirring

"Mrs. EGGS

hot

a

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beat

bowl,

oven

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1

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in

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egg

on

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into

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spoonfuls

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salt,dash

in hot

made

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add

HERKIMER."

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5 eggs

and

out

pepper.

toast, break

well

Turn

beat

and

cups

water, place

cream

a

thickens, then

it

of white

dash

them

timbale

tablespoon butter, add

1

fire until

in hot

bowl

a

teaspoon

greased

in center.

set

thoroughly, then

mixing over

fill cups

around

pour

cream,

pepper,

or

full.

fourths and

gillrich

1

in

6 eggs one-half

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

168

hot

water,

the at

cream

orice.

J. E. Kirk.

Three

hard

cooked

tablespoon butter, 1 tablespoon flour, 1 cup sweet milk, one-half teaspoon salt,one-eighth teaspoon pepper, eggs,

1

4 slices toast.

milk

thin

Make

white

using butter,flour,

sauce,

and

seasoning. Separate yolks Chop whites, add to sauce, pour over with crumbed yolks.

from

"

few knead as

EGG

NOODLES."

grains

of

20

paper,

then water

cut

salt,enough

minutes let stand into

To

until

20 minutes

until

or

flour

to

elastic.

covered

ribbons

3 eggs

with

toast

threads.

tender, then

and

Elizabeth

of eggs.

sprinkle Young.

slightlybeaten add a make a stiff dough and

Roll a

whites

cloth Cook add

into

sheet

one-half in

as

hour

thin and

boiling salted

to hot

soup.

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VISITTHE EMPRESS AND DREAMLAND THEATERS PHILALETHEAN

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pan, with

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salt and

fire,and the

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stove

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or

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fried

ing fry-

season

the

after

of the

back If

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same

the

the

on

pan

in the

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pepper.

169

tablespoon butter

a

brown.

not

the

minute, put use

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fat

ham

or

of fat is sufficient

tablespoon

for 6 eggs.

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amount

boil; but the

boiling

let them

water

to

steam

until

covered.

yolk entirely

in

Drop perfect eggs do

cover;

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allow

not

toast.

on

Mrs.

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white

of egg

"

desired pan

GARNISHING."

FOR

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and

a

place

fanciful this in

a

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sufficientlyhardened, set fancy shapes with cutters.

aside

whites

boilingwater.

to

cool

the a

EGGS."naxe

shells and

bowl

pepper, the

add

cut

some

across.

mustard

pickles;season

whites

and

and

serve

Remove

and

let stand

minutes

4

minutes,

longer.

FRENCH with one

OMELET."

then

to a

pour

J.

of butter

one

melted

cup in

a

as

C. Davis.

and

of

fill Re-

paste.

dressing

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boiling water off

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on

eggs

let stand Jas.

i

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boiling milk

it, pour

this

on

of bread

of six eggs

well

six whites

cut

hot

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tablespoon

one

cup

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with

Mrs.

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mayonnaise

relish.

into

boiled,remove the yolks into

vinegar, mix

with

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no

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is

flat

a

stamp

Mrs.

in halves

little mustard

a

and

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of

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strainer

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and

in

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a

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the

add

milk

spider,butter and

and

size of Double

cover.

beat.

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beat

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salt, dash

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fine, 6

chopped

eggs,

black

add

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salt

Mrs.

very

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whites

halves wheat

smoking

shreds, fat and

together. then serve

again at

when

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this in egg

in

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in

flour,

hot

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slowly

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1

15

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NICHOLS " LATHROP .

together press in

wheat. "

.

salt.

done.

Rub

once.

.

teaspoon

teaspoon

Sophie

pepper.

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the

minutes, yolks (carefully mash)

out

with

the

of

omelet, cook

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pepper.

and

1

1

tablespoon ham tablespoon melted

lengthwise, take Fill

milk,

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in

platter "

of

Osborn.

baking powder

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warm

sauce

yolks

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again.

egg.

of

whole.

beaten, 1 cup baking powder,

and

slices

over

pour

the

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eggs

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even

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"

4

white

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heaping teaspoon saltspoon of

sauce

over

or

one-half

platter.

on

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Lingham.

Toast

1

butter,

salt

C.

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triangles.

teaspoon

the

fine.

butter

for

minutes.

30

eggs

teaspoon

Nice

one

moisten

and

Harriet

whites

small 1

milk,

one-fourth

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into

3

the

chop

cut

of

cup

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and

yolks

bread

this.

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mustard

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at

with

smooth

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cut

hard,

very

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salt, a Fill

vinegar.

12

yolks.

add

egg,

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6 eggs

hot.

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slightly cooked.

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of

piece

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171

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5 minutes.

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3

4

or

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other

OMELET."

and

into

make

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white

a

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stifflybeaten whites and cook lightly. Set off the

to

be

warm

let them

this in

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of

and

or

oven

a

add

a

and

then

the

melted

meat,

layer the

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ramekin

add

press

them

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the

Mrs.

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Henry.

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little flour.

celery seed, and

its

little of

a

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one

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take

Mary

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insure

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in cool

0.

4 lbs.

or

all of the

add

hours

bake

liquidand

gelatine

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eggs.

and

whites, pouring

for several

and

out

bowl

a

beaten

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down

little

still

while

cover

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broth

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without

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over

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chicken

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chopped

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a

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tart

sugar

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can

of the

and

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8 eggs boiled hard, separate, season and whites. Put half of meat into

butter

cover

hard, take and lay in

Mrs.

putting in

WITH

season

meat,

being firm ; 6 or chop both yolks

it

into

butter

cool before

MEAT

ground

over

lastly fold in well greased pan a to dry few minutes

"

beef,grind

separately

sauce,

brown. PRESSED

one-

over

1

the

casserole

a

or

tablespoon of butter,cinnamon them there so apples very soft,mash

add

lumps,

no

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hot Beat

welL

OMELET."

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taste.

will

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Lampman,

while

"

APPLE

AND

one-half

eggs,

in

pan

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milk, salt and pepper

Pour

turn

more

pour

tablespoon butter

of omelet.

top

EGG

and

Oscar

cup

sauce.

over

4 minutes.

or

one

crumbs, mixing yolks into white

stale bread

eggs.

Take

tablespoon flour,1

fat,one

off and

Mrs.

"

BREAD

boiling water

Pour

when "Mrs.

it

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per, pep-

boils,pour

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"

yolks separately,mix and

beat

whites

when

delicious

a

hot

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the

beaten This

done.

when

turn

skillet

a

in, adding Mrs.

"

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TOMATOES."

WITH

Three

they

are

per.

Put

in

butter the

of tomato

cupful

until

and

usual

a

season light and creamy, well greased frying pan,

the

fried tomatoes

pint stuffed

olives,1

grinder, season to form

loaf.

a

lettuce

One

"

pound minutes

salt and

Cut

EOOS

of eggs

are

and

season

eggs

all

AND

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on

add

and

nice

over

and

and

this salt

and To

the

bake

a

twenty

Mrs.

well

buttered

each

in moderate

served

pan

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boil

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four

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salt.

firm.

meat

E. J. Scott.

hot.

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inch

about

pepper

through

water, let stand

and

meat

into

one-half

BEEF."

skillet

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cut

and

with

are

hot

frying

and

in

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eggs,

CHIPPED

"

baking tin and break Sprinkle with pepper until

boiled

of

fork

a

Lou

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set.

of asparagus,

minutes.

with

})ep-

sweet cream enough pepper, and serve with mayonnaise

AND

have

drain,

ASPARAOUS heads

remainder

"

chipped beef, pour and

eggs

hard meats.

iiisquares

add

leaf.

number until

nut

cup

with

SCRAMBLED of

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salt and

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"

LOAF.

with

scramble

and

manner.

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on

all

pour

salt and

milk,

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eggs,

not

of

cup

omelet.

SCRAMBLED

or

odIb

lid and

with

last, cover

makes

add

yolks

with

flour

taste, stir all together.

and

butter

then

and

whites

the

beat

eggs,

tablespoon of

one

smooth,

suit

to

pepper with

until

4

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

172

person. oven

hot. Alvah

Dix.

JOHN L STIVERS, Colo. Attorney-atlaw, Montrose,

ftpays to haveyour work donebyParkadeGeaners THE

PHILALETHEAN

GOLDEN

ROD

butter.

minutes, chop the

dressing

then

hot

milk Make

and

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dressing adding

CROQUETTES. one-half

chopped,

cream^

cup

and

Christie. boiled

hard

one-half

pour

seive

little salt.

a

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"

20

eggs and

yolks through "Dr.

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6

of toast

squares

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together

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over

spoon X table-

milk,

mixed

size of egg,

them.

over

pint heated

One

the whites.

the toast

on

EGG."

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173

BOOK

starch, butter

corn

drawn

COOK

cup

eggs, crumbs

bread

(good measure), 1 teaspoon butter, 1 teaspoon chopped onion, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley, 1 saltspoon salt,onehalf saltspoon pepper. Cook the cream and pour it,while the crumbs and hot, over butter, and stir till smooth. Add the salt, pepper, onion, parsley and eggs and beat stand in a cool place until thoroughly. Let the mixture into stiff,then mould croquettes and roll in fine bread crumbs. Beat a raw a tablespoon of water, dip egg with the croquettes into this,roll again in crumbs and fry in

deep

hot

fat.

EGGS

WITH

medium

sized

BAKED brown

three in

6

eggs,

cracker

crumbs,

season

butter.

Bake

and

break

until

ONIONS."

eggs

pepper,

whites

eggs, Into

the

fold

in the

Mrs.

middle it

seasoned. Serve

beaten

the

begins

of it. to a

cream,

hot

over

set, add cake

to

and

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a

the

to

a

nice

1

cup

pepper this mixture

good

Mrs,

cream,

lump fire,do

and Horace

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salt,then into a frying of butter

a

well

yellow.

creamy and

with

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of butter.

thick

a

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eggs,

peas

turner

it is brown.

B.

tablespoon

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buttered

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thick

whites.

already

in the

salt, 1

stir the

A.

Six

stiff,yolks

very

yolks

pan

When

of peas,

can

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set.

are

OMELET."

VEGETABLE

L. Culver.

onions, place in a bake dish sprinkle with grated cheese and with paprika and salt and bits of

"

1

Gladys

"

not

drained fold

it

stir. and over.

Cooper.

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175

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COOK

CHEESE CHEESE."

DUTCH stove rises seive Put

the

make

to

the

onto

too

the

cheese

consistency

MONKEY."

in

crumbs

a

beaten

milk

and

butter

in small

Soak

of sweet

cup

tablespoon of broken

of

lloll

putty,

pieces.

a

small

sl

of stale

cup

Stir until

dish.

Add

Mrs,

"

MACARONI into

minutes.

Drain

layer

of

crumbs. the

brown

CHEESE."

AND

macaroni

over

pieces,add well

and

1

whole

of

cup

top

on

CHEESE

teaspoon in well

put

and

cream

1

dish

on

CUSTARD"

Six

tablespoonsbutter, 4 eggs, 1 starch stirred into it,salt and eggs very light and pour upon pinch

cheese.

of soda. Beat

in

well

quick Serve

after

While

Bake

in which Mabel

and

pour fifteen

oven

at once

soup

or

as

a

before

cracker

and

pour

half

hour,

cooked.

Hayes.

tablespoonsgrated cheese, milk,

cup

1

tablespoon

to taste. pepper them the heated

add

warm

top

dish

bake

layer of on

pound l)oiJ 20

and

buttered

milk.

or

serve

2

butter

crumbs,

one-half salt

"

brown.

or

WoodhotOiC.

Break

macaroni, layer of cheese and Place little pieces of butter

well

Bake

grated

creese

melted.

1

Melt

minutes.

10

for

bread

of

cap

salt, dash of cayenne teaspoon egg, % pepper. Until brown breakfast A toast. and serve on good

Bake

a

milk

sour

balls. ENGLISH

a

of

pan

a

hot, let it scald until the whey to the top (do not boil). Place a clean cloth over and whey and curd into it leaving to drain. pour and butter into dish adding salt and enough sweet it is not

where

cream

into

Put

corn

the

Beat

milk, with

butter,salt,pepper

into

greased

minutes

or

separate

course

dessert

custard

until with

and cups.

high bread

and and

course.

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BOOK

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PHILALETHEAN

THE

176 ,

flour, shcai:ening, rich pie crust, salt to Gutter and lard enough to make strips. grated cheese, cut into narrow taste, 1 scant cup STRAWS."

CHEESE

Bake

in rather

with

quick

Two

cups

until

oven

salad.

STRAWS."

1 scant size

of

salt into

the

so

inches

long, put

soft butter

in the

work this

work

cheese,

ed, gratbutter

flour, baking

Sift

salt.

i)an, then

small

thoroughly, then hands

of

of cheese

cup

baking powder,

1 teaspoon

pinch

a

egg,

and

powder

flour,

cup

small

coffee

One

Dollis.

Alice

"

CHEESE

Serve

brown.

delicate

a

the

with

well

lumps. Add very little cold water just enough to make it hold together. Turn on board and roll thin as pie crust. in very narrow Cut strips4 or 5 there

are

sprinkle with oven

that

as

little

in buttered little salt

brown.

pale

a

water

a

Be

will

possible

as

no

steak,

one-half

one-half

cup

and

cook 20

cup

and

with

flour

used.

tablespoon of steak

the

to taste.

eggs

and

all the

RAREBIT."

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Three

cheese,butter

cheese with until

ROUND

in small

cream

done.

and

in small

butter

and

a

pound

as

T. J. Black.

AND

through chopper, macaroni, meat, onions, crumbs

and

Bake

Mrs.

Serve

Jack 2

sweet

salt and

pepper

add

to cheese. on

Gates.

cups

eggs,

pieces,melt,

remainder

hour.

one

size of egg,

add

in

pieces ter boiling wa-

onions

"

1

rolling and

macaroni

casserole, put in seasoning,tomatoes, cheese, bread of butter all mixed together well.

cream,

in

Mrs.

"

Break

pepper. one

WELSH

moderately hot getting too much a

CHEESE

minutes, drain, put

butter

about

pan,

square

package macaroni, one pound round grated cheese, one-half can tomatoes, crumbs, 3 tablespoons butter, 2 small

bread

onions, salt

in

bake

more

WITH

shallow

any

careful

be

must

One-half

"

and

require

MACARONI STEAK.

pan,

butter,beat Cook

stirring

crackers. "

Delia

Meredith,

JOHN L STIVERS, Montrose. Colo. Attorney-atLaw,

Call forPrices RugsCleaned; THE

PHILALETHEAN

COOK

CHEESE

melted

stir in 1

two-thirds

cup Serve

pepper.

of hot

on

toast.

Mrs.

"

CHEESE."

SPANISH

with

Season

cream.

after

put

in

mustard, salt and A. N. Blessing.

until

Resit

pan,

blended

when

and

spoon 1 tea-

boiler

into

cheese

pound flour

tablespoon

double

in

Put

one-half

butter,break

ITT*

BOOK

TOAST."

ON

ParkadeCleaners

.

almost

boiling,

milk, butter size of walnut, one-fourth pound grated cheese, one-half teaspoon salt, (one teaspoon with 1 large ground mustard, 14 teaspoon paprika mixed starch), enough milk to moisten well,stir tablespoon com minutes and into hot mixture on a few stove, let simmer lunch. for toasted crackers. Takes serve on place of meat Mrs. C. M. Thompson.

1^

rich

cups

"

crumbs

in 2 scant

whipped

ter, butlight, add 2 small tablespoons melted and salt, one-half pound stale cheese, grated

into

Pour

crumbs

cups

very

pepper fine.

cracker 1 cup dry fine Beat into this 3 eggs, of rich milk.

FONDU."Soeik

CHEESE

top.

on

buttered Bake

baking

one-half

dish

and

scatter

Serve

hour.

"

BAKED

POTATOES

WITH

cracker

immediately.

Mary

CHEESE."

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large

tablespoons grated cheese, potatoes, egg well Bake beaten, one teaspoon salt,milk to moisten. potatoes from cut in forty-fiveminutes, remove lengthwise oven, meat and mash, add salt,cheese,egg and halves,remove butter in small milk. Add spoon pieces using about one teato each in hot oven. potato ; refill shells and brown White of egg may be used for top. four

one

"Mrs.

CHEESE

BALLS.

"

One-half

cup

H.

P. Steel.

cracker

crumbs, 1 grated cheese,

teaspoon butter, 14 teaspoon mustard, 1 cup I egg, Rub ^^ teaspoon salt, few grains red pepper. and crumbs cheese add together, butter, seasoning and drain and egg well beaten, shape in balls and fry in crisco, serve.

"

Mrs.

Bay Brooks.

To Buy, Sellor Tradesee Christiansen and Sinunons

and Massaghg Ladies ShMBpooiig

CHEESE spoon cheese.

Beat melt

until

ter, cook over

the

Three

cheese

shape

with of

a

beaten,

1 tea-

cup

brown

other

and

on

side, add

one

bake

in

CARROTS."

cheese,

fold

one

fifteen minutes.

oven

Mrs.

"

CHEESE

well

eggs

y^ cup grated milk, ^ cup cream, milk and and salt add thoroughly, eggs tablespoon butter in frying pan, pour in bat-

salt, i^

cream,

side

OMELET."

BOOK

COOK

PHILALETHEAN

THE

178

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one

John

Metcalf. pimento

pound

mayonnaise to form a soft ball. Roll carrot and place a spray of parsley in "

Elimheth

into

the

end.

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PHILALETHEAN

COOK

BOOK

179

LEFT-OVERS HINTS Add

bread

crumbs

griddle cake

rice to

boiled

cold

or

batter. Use

com

cold

Make

Left also

serve

dress

with

carrots

or

and

of cake

the

FRITTERS."

level

Two

cooked

cold

cups

ter to fritAdd chopped cooked ham. batter and drop by spoonfuls into plenty of smoking and fat. Drain on Fry until nicely browned. paper Fritter batter: hot. Two eggs, well beaten, oneone-half

cup

milk, one-half baking powder,

level

cup

PIE.

COTTAGE

one-half

Take

meat, finely adding chopped and dish baking put in layer

of the

of

or

with

and

pepper

to

taste.

onion mashed

meat,

stock

nicely

over

salt.

Bake

browned

and

in

oven

serve

until

LOAF.

VEAL

fat,one-half salt and

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other

hominy,

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balls

over

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hot

into

in fritters.

fruits

cocoanut.

remainder

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of dried

rice

boiled

and

sauce

leftovers

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all

ground veal, 1 lb. fresh pork crumbs, 2 eggs well beaten and together and bake one and one-

hours, basting occasionally.

"

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J. J. Ross.

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ham

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peeled apricots,one

10

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in kettle

all

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cook

and Mrs.

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cold

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tablespoon butter, bufter and sugar as for cake, stir In yolks of 2 eggs, add good sized grated apples, dissolve 2 tablespoons PIE.

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the

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whites

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vanilla,bake

of eggs

to

1 crust.

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vanilla

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water

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bananas.

small

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cup

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pan.

medium

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sugar. the

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potatoes to

mixture

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Olathe.

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Mrs.

and

sized

brown

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divide

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put

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