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USEFUL RECIPES.

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USEFUL RECIPES. BAKED HASTY PUDDING.—Boil two ounces of Hour in a pint of milk, stir until it is thick and stiff, put it in a basin and add half an ounce of butter, a little nutmeg, and sugar sufficient to sweeten. When cold add three well-beaten eggs. Line a pie-dish with thin paste, put a layer of preserve, or of orange marmalade at the bottom. Pour in the mixture, and bake the pudding in a moderate oven for half an hour. It is very good without the paste, and may be baked in a Dutch oven. SWEETBREADS.—Take two or three sweet- breads and wash them, cover them with milk, and let them simmer for twenty minutes. Beat an egg, and draw them through it, and roll in fine breadcrumbs; fry a nice light brown. Have ready a smooth paste of cornflour and add to the milk the sweetbreads were cooked in, boil till it thickens, and pour over the sweetbreads. A little mashed potato with it makes an excel. lently light meal for an invalid. COFFEE CAKE.—One cup of sugar sifted with one and one-fourth cups of flour, one- half teaspoonful of soda, and one teaspoon of cream of tartar. Sift all together. In a cup put one-fourth cup of butter; place on stove till melted. When it boils up break into it two eggs. Quickly remove from, fire and fill cup with milk. Stir into flour, etc. Flavour with almond or vanilla and bake in quick oven. ORANGE ROCK CAKES.—One pound of flour, six ounces of butter, six ounces of sugar, two eggs, grated rind and juice of two oranges, very little milk, and two teaspoon- fuls of baking-powder. Rub the butter into the flour, add sugar, baking-powder, orange I rind and juice. Mix into a stiff paste with the eggs well beaten and a little milk. Place in little rough heaps on a greased bakino- tin and bake about fifteen minutes. b

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