365 luncheon dishes; a luncheon dish for every day in the by Anonymous

By Anonymous

For a really small omelet beat 2 complete eggs and the yokes of 2 extra till an entire spoonful may be taken up. upload three tablespoonfuls of water, ¼ of a teaspoonful of salt, and a splash of pepper, and while good combined become a sizzling omelet pan, during which a tablespoonful of butter has been melted, elevate the sides up conscientiously and allow the raw half run lower than. while all is cooked garnish with parsley.

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Puffs, 50. Pea-pod Soup, 91. 365 Luncheon Dishes, by Anonymous Pease Pudding, 143. Philadelphia Relish, 61. Pickled Oysters, 119. Salmon, 100. Planked Shad, 59. Polish Salad, 137. Potatoes au Gratin, 30. Gruyere, 131. Potato Balls, 23. Border with Meat Filling, 88. Chowder, 116. Cooked in Stock, 62. Croquettes, 110. and Meat Turnovers, 40. and Meat Puff, 51. Puff, 120. Salad, 92. Soufflé, 65. Stew, 24. Potted Beef, 13. Chicken, 96. Purée of Dried Beans, 57. Rhubarb Puffs, 74. Rice and Apples, 99.

2, 140. Sweet Rice Balls, 139. Tapioca Soup, 6. Toad in a Hole, 12. Tomato Croquettes, 9. Croutes, 41. Ice Salad, 76. Jelly Salad, 37. Salad, 103. Timbales, 129. Tongue Toast, 69. Squares, 103. Tripe Baked with Potatoes, 128. Turbot à la Crême, 121. Turkey and Sausage Scallop, 142. Turnip Cream Soup, 140. Valentia Rice, 105. 365 Luncheon Dishes, by Anonymous 56 Veal and Ham Patés, 48. Eggs in a Nest à la Turin, 52. Gumbo, 127. Loaf, 79. Mould, 26. Rissoles, 94. Salad, 112. and Tomato Salad, 68.

Return to a saucepan and cover with fresh water, add 1/2 teaspoonful salt, 1 tablespoonful of sugar. Pare, peel and chop fine 6 apples, add them to the rice and cook until done. Serve as a border for hot or cold slices of pork. --Moulded Chopped Meat. Take any kind of cold meat, chop it very fine. Dissolve 1/2 a box of gelatine in 1/2 a cup of cold water. Slice two hard boiled eggs, wet a mould and lay the slices of egg in the bottom and on the sides, then put in the chopped meat. Dissolve one Anker's Bouillon Capsule in 1 cup of boiling water.

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