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Twenty-Five Cent Dinners for Families of Six

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=--Where bread is made with baking powderthe following rules should be closely observed: if any shortening beused, it should be rubbed into the flour before it is wet; _cold_ wateror sweet milk should always be used to wet it, and the dough should bekneaded immediately, and only long enough to thoroughly mix it and formit in the desired shape; it should then be placed in a well-heated ovenand baked quickly--otherwise the carbonic acid gas will escape beforethe expanded cells are fixed in the br...ead, and thus the lightness of theloaf will be impaired.
=Breakfast Rolls. =--Mix well by sifting together half a pound of flour, (cost two cents, ) a heaping teaspoonful of baking powder, a levelteaspoonful of salt, and a heaping teaspoonful of sugar, (cost onecent;) rub into a little of the above one ounce of lard, (cost onecent, ) mix it with the rest of the flour, and quickly wet it up withenough cold milk to enable you to roll it out about half an inch thick, (cost two cents;) cut out the dough with a tin shape or with a sharpknife, in the form of diamonds, lightly wet the top with water, anddouble them half over.


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