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s LARDER.

KEEP SPICES

TURPENTINE

FOR BEES' STINGS.

TO REMOVE VARNISH,

IN JAM-MAKING,

NETTLE BEER.

TO POLISH MARBLE.

DOMESTIC RECIPES.

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DOMESTIC RECIPES. PARSLEY TELLY.—Take a panful of fresh parslsy, perfectly washed and picked; nearly cover it with water; let it boil for half an hour pour it then through the jolly bag to every pint of juice add one pound of sugar and the juice of a lemon to each two pounds. Boil like other jellies. BUTTER BISCUITs.-HaIf a pint of milk, tw( ounces of butter, one and a half pounds of flour, tw( ounces of sugar. Warm the butter and milk mix the flour and sugar together, add the milk and butter, and knead until quite tough roll out and cut into biscuits prickle over and bake half an ounce of carraway seeds may be added if liked. FEATIIRK CAKE.—One tablespoonful of butter, one teacupftd of sugar,one and a half teacupfuls of flour, half a teacupful oi milk, two eggs, and one tea- spoonful of baking-powder. Beat butter and sugm together and a littlA of the milk add flour and baking-powder, a little at a time lastly the eggs, beaten very well, and the remainder of the milk. Bake in a hot oven. WHIPPED CREAM.-TaIce one quart of thick sweet cream, one day old, put in a basin or earthen dish; and set in a pan of cracked ice, beat with an egg beater. When it gets thick on top, skim off, and put in a separate dish beat again, skimming off the top as it gets thick when it is all thick, sweeten and flavour to taste. Serve in sherbet glasses. Serve with cake. ROMAN PIE.—Line a pie-dish wit:1 short paste, then fill with layers of nicely boiled macaroni, then slices of cooked veal or other white meat, grated Parmesan cheese, a little cayenne pepper, salt, and finely chopped onion. Pour in sufficient milk or cream to moisten the whole. Cover with short crust and bake thoroughly. Serve when cold, turn out of the pie-dish. The remain of a boiled fowl also make up well in this pie. NICE TEA CAKE.—A quarter of a pound of butter, ten ounces of flour, two teaspoonfuls of baking- powder, two ounces of fine sugar, one ounce of pee], two eggs, four ounces of sultana raisins, half a gill of milk, lemon sauce. Put the butter in among the flour, and baking-powder, sugar, peel, finely-shred raisins. Beat yolks and milk together,and stir among the flour, etc. Beat the whites to a stiff froth, add lightly, put into a well-greased tin, and bake for about an hour and a half in a good oven. PUttS BUNS.—One pound of flour, three ounces of butter, six ounces of sugar, one egg, half an ounce of cream of tartar, one teacupful of milk, quarter of an ounce of baking-soda, one ounce of popi or fruit. Rub the butter among the flour, and add all the dry ingredients. Beat up the egg very well, and reserve a little of it, then add the milk, and pour all in among the flour, etc.; have an oven-shelf well greased, put the mixture out in spoonfuls, brush ovoi the top with the egg dust some rough sugar over them, and bake in a good oven. BRAIN PATTIES are a decided delicacy, and will prove a good supper dish. Take some calf's brains which have been boiled, add a hard-boiled egg, -chopped small. Flavour with a little chopped pars- ley, a suspicion of lemon peel, a small .pinch of powdered mace, pepper, and salt. Moisten with cream or a little white sauce. Make some puff-paste, line half-a-dozen patty-tins with it, and fill with the mixture; moisten the eggs with water,and cover wi n paste. Brush the patties over with the yolk of j minn+L, a quick oven for ten or fifteen wo]I of beef°'and> beaTth ^lice f<)lu' pounds of lean raw Sprinkle 6pice, pepper and m\t to "a/d™ ptaeh oi cayenne. Leave the meat in n Pvi spice, and turn it once or twice Then •/ • jl, an.l M Tb pap-r over the top „( «„ saucer, and cook in a slow oven tor six hours. I.oi- the meat stand iutne jar till cold, then pound it to a paste, using a little gravy m the process, and add- ing more seasoning if necessary. Place the meat in small jars, aud run a little melted butter over it. This will keep for some time in a cool place, and when served may be cut, out, in thin delicate slices, with a very sharp knife.

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NORMA NORTON'S Y0Y7: OB. AN…

CHAPTER XLII.

CHAPTER XLIII,\^.^

TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AT BARRY.

NEW PARK FOR PENARTH.

COOLING, REFRESHING, INVIGORATING.…

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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