Canned Corn Fritters

Beat two eggs, whites and yolks separately. Stir into the yolks two cups of milk, one cup of canned corn (chopped fine), and seasoning to taste. Thicken with flour in which is sifted one teaspoon of baking-powder, add the beaten whites last, and fry on a hot griddle. (It must be as thin as griddle-cake batter.)

Scrambled Eggs With Asparagus

Six eggs, one tablespoon of butter and two of milk, salt and pepper to taste, green tops of a bunch of asparagus boiled tender. Put butter and milk in frying-pan, add the beaten eggs, stir till thick, add asparagus tops, season and serve.

Scalloped corn is a delicious dish, prepared as any scallop, using cracker or bread crumbs, and moistening with milk.

Boiled Lentils

Wash and boil one cup of lentils till tender; drain in a colander and lay them on buttered toast. Melt a little butter, pour over the lentils, and serve hot.

Baked Lentils

Bake as any baked bean, using butter instead of pork.

A Dainty Way To Serve Eggs

Have ready rounds of toasted bread, or individual dishes, a teaspoon of butter in each. Allow one egg for each slice of bread or dish, beat the white stiff, put it on the bread and in the middle drop the yolk whole. Bake in the oven till the yolk is cooked a little and the white brown.

A Good Supper Dish

Slice (not very thin) common potatoes, and boil till done; turn into a saucepan with finely chopped cheese. Stir till cheese is melted and it looks like creamed potatoes; season to taste.

Hot Slaw

One quart of sliced uncooked cabbage, one egg, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar, salt and pepper to taste. Stir together and steam half an hour. When served, add butter size of an egg.

Stuffed Potatoes

Bake large potatoes till done, cut open - either at the end, saving the top to use as a cover, or the long way - and scoop out the insides. Mix this with butter, a little salt and pepper, some grated cheese, and the yolk of an egg; refill and bake ten minutes.

Escalloped Potatoes

Pare and stand in cold water six large potatoes. Slice and cover bottom of baking-dish; then add a thin layer of sliced onions, a little pepper and salt, and some bits of butter, another layer of potatoes, and so on, till the dish is full. Cover with milk and bake slowly till done, possibly one hour.

Sweet Potatoes (Southern Style)

Boil sweet potatoes till almost tender; pare, slice, and arrange in baking-dish with pieces of butter; sprinkle with sugar, and turn over them a wineglass of sherry; bake till brown.

Baked Sweet Potatoes With Sugar

Boil the potatoes and cut in slices. (Cold ones left over may be used.) Lay in a baking-dish, sprinkling each layer with sugar, and have sugar for the top. Pour over them half a cup of water and bake till transparent.

Potato Puffs

Beat together one cup of cold mashed potatoes, half a cup of milk, one egg, a small piece of butter, seasoning to taste.

When mixed well, bake in a quick oven in one big dish or in gem-pans.