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THCBKAUEFEW IIOMKS in which the preparation of the Christmas I'udding is nut as regular as the WHmt of Christmas itself, and the notion among the invenile memhers of the family that a rigorous stir at the compound means good fortune during th" coming year, still holds its own. We think our lady readers may like an excellent recipe for a Christmas l'udding, and therefore give the best we knowTake three- quarters of a pound of flour, two large teaspoonfuls of Borwick's Baking Powder, two ounces of bread crumbs, one and a half round. of euet, two ptundB of raisins, one pounds of currants, ten ounces of BBjiur, Iwo canoes of almonds, one pound of mined candied peal, aalfe and npiee to taste. Mix ingredients well } together and add sit epgs well beaten, and three- quarters' of a pint of milk, divrde in two and boi ?'(&! hou»* Am.

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