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REPLIES. WELSH IIABBIT. (Query Iso. 156.) Toast the bread on both sides then toast the cheese on one side, lay it on the toast, and with a hot iron brown the other side. It may be rubbed over with mustard. This is a Welsh rabbit." COUNTRY COUSIN may also like a recipe for English rabbit :-Toast; a slice of bread on both sides, lay it on a plate before the fire, pour a glass of red wine over it, and let it soak the wine up; then cut some cheese up very thin, lay it very thickly over the bread, and put it in a tin oven before the lire, and it will be toasted and browned presently. Serve it very hot. Wrexham. GWENVXEN GWYNEDD. Talíe hair a pound of either Parmesan, Gorgonzola, or Cheshire cheese, grated or erviii-ibled; and put about two tablespoonfuls ] of beer into an enamelled frying-pan. When the beer is hot, add the cheese, with a little pepper, and stir it quickly until it is all of one thickness. Then pour it over some well buttered toast aud serve very hot. This is enough for six persons. N'et, A. CEITIIOG JIU(IHES, ApPLE BUTTER. (Query No. 157.) Nioe apple butter is excellent with cold meat. Use tart apples, and to three pocks, after they are peeled and quartered, allow Olbs. of brown sugar and two gallons of water. Let the water come to a boil, and then add the sugar when it is dissolved put in the apples. Stir them constantly with a large wooden spoon. After they are soft, let them simmer until they are thick and do not seem watery, If you wish to add any spices you may do so. Cinnamon, nutnug, and a little ginger are liked by some people. ALICE. To CUT GLASS. (Query No. 158.) Dip a piece of worsted (such as stockings are mended with) into a little methylated: spirits, then tie it exactly where you want the glass cut, set fire to it, and just as the flattie is going out dip the glass into cold water, and it will separate neatly at the tied part. MRS. IIKLPFUL. If glass be held under water, and a strong, sharp pair of gcissors be used, it can be cut to any shape or design required. A black line should first of all be drawn 0:1 the glass to indicate the direction it is to be cut; then,' with the left hand, it should be plunged deep into the clear water to allow of the operation being seen distinctly. That is an effective method of treating common glass. Another plan is to dip a worsted thread into spirit? of turpentine, And tie it close round the glass whence it is illtendd to be cut; then set lire to the thread, and while it is burning plunge the glass into the cold water, or well wet the thread with it. The glass will break easily in the direotion of the thread. J'LUMBKR. Cardiff.

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