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Nourishment and Luxury

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Nourishment and Luxury can both be obtained at a low cost by using Cunants in one of the many forms in which they are so agreeable to the palate. Everybody likes Christmas pudding, mince pie, Eccles cake, and Currant bread. But those are only a few of the delicious pre- parations in which Currants play a leading part. Bear in mind that it is the Currants which provide the flavour and the nutri- ment in all those good things. You can extend your knowledge of cookery, and pro- vide a sweet course which will charm all who sit at table, by the use of the simple recipes contained in that most, useful little Currant recipe book, which your own grocer will give you quite free of charge. They are all good and cheap. a start with this one-fo-day, Currant Tatties. I oz. cornflour, 4 oz. currants, I lemon, 4 oz. castor sugar, oz. butter, short-crust paste. MKTHOIT.—Line some patty pans with thinly rolled out short-crust paste, provid- ing paste covers for each. Mix the corn- flour with a gill of cold water, stir in the grated rind and juice of lemon, the currants and the sugar, cook all together for five minutes, stirring all the time, and add the butter; mix well, fill the paste-lined patty pans with the preparation, wet the edges of the paste, put on the covers, brush over with sweet milk and bake for about twenty minutes.

FARM, FIELD AND GARDEN,

WORK ON ALLOTMENTS.

THE GARDEN IN WINTER.

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THE FLOWER GARDEN.

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