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without scalding; this is important;
clean and take out the entrails; lay
the fowl on its breast, and with a
small, sharp-pointed knife slit the
back, clear from neck to, rump. Then,
working carefully, run the knife be
tween the flesh and the bones, dis
jointing the wings, the legs and all
the bones without breaking the skin.
This appears difficult, but a little
practice will show you that i is not.
Leave the tips of the wings, as there
is little meat on them, and they are
hard to remove neatly. When this is
properly done, the carcass comes out,
leaving the turkey whole; spread it
out flat, wipe inside and out with a
damp cloth, and rub all over with salt
and pepper. Have a dressing made
of two pounds of veal, and two
pounds of fresh pork, seasoned with
minced herbs, such as parsley, a bay
leaf, thyme, salt and pepper to taste,
adding a little allspice and onion juice
and two eggs beaten with a couple of
wineglasses of tart fruit juice; stir
well. Cut a thin slice of meat from
the inside of the turkey, and put a
layer of the stuffing, with strips of the
liver as alternate layers with the
turkey meat and stuffing. Bring the
carcass into shape and sew it up;
wrap in a clean towel and tie the ends
and middle securely with cord. Put
the turkey bones, with two .pounds of
veal'shank cut up, two chopped car
rots and desired seasoning in two
gallons of cold water, and boil one
hour; then put in the turkey and boil
two hours longer. Then take out of
the broth; let the broth boil two
hours, longer; remove the towel from
the turkey meat, as the meat will
have shrunken in cooking; smooth
out til towel and roll the turkey in
it again, tightly; place on a' marble
slab, or table, put a hea,vy weight on
top, let stand five hours, then put in
the JLcgjbo.unjtil.wantpd. ,Tbe, broth.,
may ,fjp siramca anu-irmue into jeuy,
by the addition of gelatine,, and
served with the fowl.
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if ordered without a pattern. Besides illustrating hundreds of pattorns, this
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Fashion Department, The Commoner, Lincoln, Nebrn.tku.
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M. It. In making chicken salad,
use at least five chickens for serving
thirty, portions. Use large chickens,
or more will bo needed.
L. L. Coffee stains, even when
cream has been used, may be removed
from table linen by rubbing the spots
with pure glycerine and rinsing after
wards in lukewarm water.
Mrs. C. To cut and fold means to
cut the mixture in the bowl through
and through with a spoon, by taking
some of the mixture in the spoon,
turn the spoon completely over and
fold it in the mixture, taking up an
other spoonful in the same way.
Continue until thoroughly mixed.
"Inquirer" Nut meats should be
crushed by rolling or otherwise, be
fore being added to the syrup just be
fore taking from the stove. Do not
need cooking. Molasses, common
brown sugar or white may be used,
and can be pulled as any oth'er
Rebecca M. No molds for shaping
mush. Get a baking powder can, or
a tomato can with one end melted
off, grease well and pour the hot
mush in and leave until cold. The
mush will slip out if the can is set
in hot water, and can bo sliced for
"Young Cook" Three teasnoon-
fuls equal one tablespoonful; four
tablespoonfuls equal one-fourth cup
ful; two tablespoonfuls one ounce;
one cup of solid butter, one-half
pound; two cups of flour,, one-half
pound; nine large eggs, one pound;
one cup of liquid to three cups of
flour for bread; for muffins, two cup
fuls; one cup of liquid to one cup of
flour for batters. Two teaspoonf uls of
salt to four cups of water for bread.
Ella Xi. If the goose iR quite old,
it will.be tough; it can not be baked
or roasted, but must bo stowed, or
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