ALEXANDRA TEA CAKES
Beat tv.o eggs well in a largo boy 1 and add oyto table, pconful of yeost to them. "Wsiin half 0 Pi 1 '! ot r.vAk a,:d tioz ot luiier. a:icl j.our this i:-to the cig mix- are. Stu m J'.ib flour and lloz -ngar. Beat all together " into r, h-lu ciciigh, .md set this to rise (oi- half an lufur. JJivit c the mixtuie into =mall cakes, and bake lot about 20 minut.es m a moderate oven.
CELERY SOUP. Ce'ciy soup is so gt ?ra.iy pouular tint a rec pc for it v. ill be Eoil thiee or iovr large licacU of ce'e-y, with an onion and th'-eei ..irgc potato '3. rnni tenJer. Dram t'l-cm, and pass all thiougli a, sieve. Dilute the pulp ki the right consistency with enual 1-a.ts of mi.k and ivi'ter :n winch the vcge^'jles v.rre boiled nntl ioz of butter rol'ed in fiour, season -with white pepper and salt, boil up, and scive. Ha;'d dice of ine-cl UieaJ with the B oup.
SMALL SIEAK PUDDINGS. Half a pound of flour. Soz ot buet, a pinch of saL, Jib of ste:!.;. a little chopped o:non. "Mx tho four, chopped siiet, :u,d the 'alt. add e.-eaigh water to make a fhff paste, divide into tsLice parti or v picferred. hna a small ba=m; cut ill"? meat up aiU dmde into thiee pai-ts a -Id a little pepper, salt, flojir, anul water. Tic into cioths, and boil m hoxtr.
One pound of flour. Soz lard, cold water to nirc .Divide the iard into four eqnal poitions, lub one- portion into the fLour, and nnx to a stiff paste with cold v.aler. Roll into a, iont; rtnp, place one of tae three remaining portions of laid m tmail lumps all over, fold the pastry into thiee, turn the open edges towards you, 101 l out again, proceed' in the san:e liK-iiiiiisr until all the lard has been uscci If possible, allow the ijustry to filard m a cool place for 15 minutes after t&ch lolling.
Lay a, puff un-ste on a round tin, a,nd -olace a strip of paiSte nil round :t as icr an oidinary jam tart Spread an the nvde ?. la\cr of apD> lnarrualade a quarter of an inch thick. Peel and core tome apples, cub them m slices a qu&rtcr of an inch thick, disposs all the.:>e slico-g over the maimakide, *trew sugar over, and take in a quick oven till the apples aie v good co.cur.
One pound of coid boJirc"( potatoes, 2oz butter, iwo raw eags. one gill of creani &r milk, pepper Mid salt. Rub the potatoes through a wire oievc*. warm, the but tec till it i® just oily, a>id add to it the potatoes, beat them till they ai9 fiothy, then add the cieam or miik. Season the mixture well. Heap it up r.eatly in a. buttered piedish. Bake it m a sharp oven till it is well browned and hjrht and puffy. Serve at once.
Half a pound of (Sold beef, one onion, l'.oz brtter, one giil stock, ioz fiflur, a. little salt, y pper, o-.ie egg, andl breadcrumbs. Put the i< cat thiougii a mincer, chop the on^oii very fine, put the butter and onion m a small enamelled pan to brown. Care miuit be taken not to burn the onion, or the whole will be spcilc-d. When brown, add' the Hour, which must also brown. iStir with a wooden spcosi. then add the btock, and! stir ovor the fire until the lvixture leaves the si'les of the saucepan. 'I hen acM to the meal, which has been seasoned with the pepppv, salt. Mix thoroughly, form into egg-slipped balls. Erus'h over with e^,g, and place in the Ijieadciumbs, hj m Lo.iluig fat in a. flying basket. Put on pajper to did in. Stive very hot. Garnish with parsley and potato chips.
Quaitcr of a pom.d of IjuUoi, Ub flour, Goz 'iigar. thp yolk ot two oc;gs, the white of ore. orco tesspoonful of b'i'nii'j; powder. Mix torctLer, io!l out. and cut liito rounds. Bake m a moderate o\en.
Pjccuro ns much lean --t^.^k aa is leqnired to
The special Gakdkit Fertiliser made tip by Kimmo and Blair -will be found to give excellent results when used for Flowers and Vegetables; also for Pot Plants, in and out of greenhouse. It is put up in 71b bags, at Is 6d each. Ask jour storekeeper fox it.
Milt vein- paity, and have it cut irto thin I -limi- L'< ti ,s on a L^.iid aid s^iink^ cic'i | piece Ailh a 1 itt c mixed spice, pepper, and •-.iM i\t t' 1c rm\ of each '•tup lay a piece of fai baton ilioa toll cth up ?nd) Lc with a aun- to ic---iib!o a tinned bnd. Slice up I <-!'> or iroie cnicns to taste. Irv in dnppi'-y , til ." i older h>ow. Mit in the racjl, ancKoui \iith >-tock. -iii'i'^ to the boil, thon diaw to j *
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HOME INTERESTS., Otago Witness, Issue 2627, 20 July 1904
HOME INTERESTS. Otago Witness, Issue 2627, 20 July 1904
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