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Mrs. Wilsen Tells of
Clever Yeung Loek
Only Tteelve, She Prepares
Tasty Meals and Docs Mar
fating Herself, Even te
Planning What te Buy
EVENING PUBLIC LBDGEA-PHlLADEliHlA. vVEDNESDAY, DECEMBER . 13, 1922
Br MRS. M. A. WILSON
, fttf. u Mr. U. A. VU$en.
P"' riahU reserved
mfl week. I knew .that I hare
I ry Interestlnn story for you. lie
i".i while en n lecture trip te Kansas
Me.. I bnd nr little mis
Elm the bemestic Science clashes of
IK nubile schools te assist me, and
lil.r the lecture we became quite
Simmy, and she told me that she a;
wildly Interested In cooking, and
be hoped te make It her own prefes-
''tVmIe Marlen Carrel lives with her
.Maim! metlwr, at 1330 Ureadwav.
.it does the housekeeping fdr the little
.miliVus cll as attending school
Tkhlle the busy mother Is away at bust-
Of course the thing that Interested
m most In thin child, for she U but
twelve yenrB old, was this: That ehfl
Su.the cooking for her mother and
another little child as well aa for lter
1f snd the feed prepared was appe
mine and nicely cooked, and the place
tVnwit ns a i-In. Marlen does the
marketing, selecting that which she
lies for the mother told me that she
j ..'. neil. In fact, better than Mk
herself could de. it would he hardly
jr te handicap her with Instructions
"vjturallr I was anxious te have
Marlen tell nic what she liked te pro pre
tare for this family of hers te cat, and
this is her menu for a ciay .
Cereal wl'h Raisins and Milk
Rolls and Cocea
1 Reheat of Meat Dish from the day
' Whole Wheat Uread and Butter
Anple Sauce Cookies
Crenm of Celery Soup
fsvery rattles Scalloped Cabbage
Feather Ginger Bread Apple Sauce
Marlen attended the cooking class in
Isr school and is quite an adept nt
coeklnft, se I was mebt anxious te have
her give me her recipes. Tills shy lltle
jnls with all the ceness of nn old
time belle, began the description of her
cooking In this manner:
"When I cook the prunes, I always
add a thin penllng fiem nn orange, and
Then nearly done two medium-size
applet or pared and sliced rry thin.
1 ntlil the apples and three tablespoons
of brown sugar, a pinch of nutmeg nnd
oek the apples like for n sauce. Then
I put them away for brenkfast, lirst
taking out the orange peal.
Hate the butcher cut In small pieces.
one pound, of lean veal without bone.
(Marlen wns she buys the cheapest
cuts and takes out the bones herself.)
Cever with bei'lng water and add
Tire onion, cut it half,
One small carrot, cut in dice,
Three hi anehes of celery, cut in tmall
('our rlrnclv nnd cook for one hour.
New while the meat is cooking, pre
pare the patties ns folews:
Place in mixing bowl
Tire cups of flour,
' One fcnipoeii of salt,
Twe leicl tablespoons of baking
Sift and rub into this flour
One-half cup of geed shortening
Anil ue ene-hnlf cup of water lu
form a dough. Turn en floured pastry
beard, and roll out out one-Inch thick.
Cut with large cup and then mark out
the center with the tmall biscuit cutter;
remote this center with spoon nnd place
this nitty shell en inerted baking pan
snl Like In het even for eighteen mlu
utej. Mr one-half cup of flour,
One teaspoon of sail,
f' One-half teaspoon of pepper,
One-half teaspoon of poultry sea sea
leni'iip tri'' one and one-half cups of
(tinned tomatoes, '
Btlrring te blend In the flour smoothly.
New add this te the cooked meat and
bring quickly te boiling point ; cook for
fifteen minutes. Te serve, place ths
pattj shell en the plate, first splitting
and buttering the pn,lty shells, then lift
mist- bihiuiiiui ei me ineni rairiure,
and cover the lower part of the patty:
place en the top and pour n spoonful of
jravy ever nil.
Place In mixing bowl
I One-half cup of sirup,
1 One-half cup of suyar,
0"C cup of shortening,
One-half cup of water,
Twe teaspoons of cinnamon,
One teaspoon of ginger.
One-half teaspoon of allspice.
Four tablespoons of cocoa,
Ulcnd together and add
Twe cups of flour,
Five level tablespoons of baking
Itent bard te blend. Turn In a well
greased and floured buklnx pan. spread
ing Just about ene Inch thick, llakc
in i mew even ter tiilrty-ilve minutes.
TL' ? cJ?ke , ,s. bn!tpl1 the day before,
while Marlen's mother washes the
MRS. WILSON'S ANSWERS
Mr Dear Mrs. Wilsen Will you
kindly give me recipe for icebox cakf.
and also tell me of substitute for pert
wlne te use In cooking gnir.e.
E. P. W.
Line an oblong or Munrt meld with
wnx paper nnd place where It will cool.
Jnew place in tnuccpan:
Three-quarters cup of milk,
Otic-half cup of sugar.
One-half cup of coco,
One-half teaspoon of cinnamon,
ielks of two eggs.
Twe level tablespoons of cornstarch.
Stir te dissolve nnd bring te boiling
point, cook eer het water for five
minutes, then add :
Twe tablespoons of melted butter,
Twe tcaspoeni of vanilla.
New place n thin layer of sliced
spenge enku in tjie meld and ppread
with the thoceluto mixture, then second
layer of cake: repeat with the 1111 and
cake until the meld is full. Place Jn
icebox te chill, turn from the meld
and serve, garnished with whipped
cream forced through the nastrv rnc.
using the rose-shape tube.
Yeu may add a sprinkling of finely
Cheniied llllts. mnrHlin.nlliiu-. nut In tint.
bits, preserved ginger mKcd with ma
raschino cherries for variety in this
lhe candled fruits may be placed
ever the filling before placing en the
second layer of cake. Alse, Tidy fin
gers may be used In place of the sponge
cake if desired.
Yeu may use a tart current jelly In
place of the pert wine. Jmt melt the
jelly and kcp In warm place for twelve
heurn before using.
Grnne lulee. T,ni?nn horn? Illt..n nn.l
the Juice drained from canned cherrlea
and raspberries may be used also.
My dear Mrs. Wilsen Please give
recipe for fixing wild ducks. Seme
folks say that they have flshv taste.
Hew can this be overcome? MRS. J.
Wild ducks In many localities feed
en the fish near the shore ; te over
come this, pick ducks free from feath
ers, split down the bnck nnd draw, then
wash well in plenty of cold water. S'ew
place in large kcttle and add
Three-quartets cup of vinegar,
Twe onions, sliced,
Lump of weed charcoal.
Steam for fifteen minutes after the
water reaches boiling point.
If you nre Intending te keep the ducks
n day or two prepare as directed and
place inside the duck two onions sliced
nnd a large lump of charcoal. This in
done before bteanilng. Cook in the
same manner as for chicken or tame
Adventures With a Purse
THIS is by way of being the day ei
the individualist, nnd everv ene bns
discovered she has a personality, and
proclaims herself te be just a bit dif
ferent. But it Is the things done, the
actions no matter hew small, which
really indicate hew creat an indivi
dualist n person may be. All of which
means that if jeu arc en the eternal
hunt, even nt this late day. for Christ
mas cards which are really different,
listen te this. Hand-painted Trench
"Neel" cardt, piquant ladies with a
saucy tilt of the head te convey for you
the greetings of the season. These are
fifteen cents. And then thcre are
Viennese cards, hand-painted, tee.
smart -leek lug cards derldedly different
and only twenty-five cents.
And just by way of variety. I saw
soma handkerchiefs made of a very flne
quality of pongee. Threads had been
drawn nnd replaced by colored ones,
which criss-cressed just like the ether
ones you hnvc seen in store windows.
Then, another kind had plain-colored
borders, red. blue, pink, green nnd
still ethers had gay checkered borders
with flowers embroidered in the corner
of the handkerchief. They are priced
at thirty-five and forty cents, and are
rr nimes nt uttnnn mtilr Wemana Tjje
hPI.l. .7i, vOiiimit snnn or Main inei
rUilur. u. ,.." , .i
ttnrtn in neura ei u mm n. (
77iwg3 you'll Leve te Make
JIM ' a
A Helder teKecp Your Ironing Heard
Yeu will want te make one of these
ironing beard holders for yourself and
perhaps give one or two as Christmas
gifts. Cut two strips of cretonne or
heavy denim four Indies longer than
your beard and four inches wider. Bind
nil of the edges of both strips. Jein
the left-hand edges of both pieces. Over
cast all the edges. Decorate the top
piece, if it is of plain material. Stitch
snapa along the open edges. Tack the
upper edge of the under strip nnd the
bottom edges of both strips te the in
ner side of your closet deer. Then
screw a heavy strip of painted weed
ever the bottom edges. Place your
beard in the bag (it will rest en the
strip of weed), and clese the snaps.
The holder will keep It handy nnd clean.
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Envelope Chemise of linfiette, flesh and tfhitt, $2.25
Bleemers of Wtte and glove silk,
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Baby's Wrapper, Blanket and Cap of crepa da china.
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Hand-embroidered percale Pillow Cases, $3.50 te
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CTnrittmat lvvu ? -I 1 r .11
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