Breakfast

Cherries and Cream (1527)

Semolina (192) Shirred Eggs, Costa Rica

Broiled Weakfish (927) Mutton with Curry

Fried Sweet Potatoes (116)

Kiimmel Cakes

1689. Shirred Eggs, Costa Rica

Peel and press three very sound bananas through a wire sieve into a small saucepan, adding a half gill milk and one gill cream, juice of a quarter lemon, half ounce butter, two saltspoons salt, half saltspoon cayenne pepper and half saltspoon grated nutmeg. Mix well with wooden spoon for one minute, then let boil five minutes and divide equally in six shirred-egg dishes. Carefully crack two fresh eggs inter each dish, season with -half teaspoon salt and two saltspoons white pepper, equally divided, set in oven three minutes, remove and serve.

1690. Mutton With Curry

Cut the meat from the leg of mutton left over from yesterday in half-inch-square pieces. Heat one tablespoon butter in a saucepan, add one finely sliced onion and brown three minutes, then add one tablespoon flour; stir well, moisten with three-quarters of a pint of broth (No. 701), and mix until it comes to a boil. Add the mutton with half teaspoon salt, three saltspoons white pepper, a teaspoon curry powder, half teaspoon freshly chopped parsley and a half bean finely chopped garlic. Mix well, cover pan and let cook for thirty-five minutes, pour in a teaspoon vinegar, mix well and serve.

1691. Kummel Cakes

Prepare a griddle-cake preparation (No. 136), and one teaspoon kummel seeds,and proceed to make the cakes inexactly the same manner.

Luncheon

Chicken Broth (578) Frogs Legs, Finnoise

Broiled Squabs with Bacon

Griddle Sweet Potatoes (820)

Glazed Omelette with Rum (1291)

1692. Frogs' Legs, Finnoise

Cut off the feet up to the first joint from one and a half pounds fresh frogs' legs. Heat a tablespoon butter in a frying pan, add one finely chopped seedless green pepper, lightly brown three minutes and add the legs. Season with a level teaspoon salt, a saltspoon cayenne, a saltspoon grated nutmeg, and fry eight minutes, lightly tossing meanwhile. Pour in a half gill white wine and let reduce five minutes; add two gills tomato sauce (No. 16), half a teaspoon freshly chopped parsley and mix well; cook ten minutes; gradually add half an ounce good butter in little bits, continually mixing while adding it, pour in a deep dish and serve.

1693. Broiled Squabs With Bacon

Cut off the head and feet at the first joints of six tender, fat squabs. Split open through back without separating, draw, remove breast bone of each, wrap in a coarse towel and neatly flatten with a cleaver. Mix on a plate a teaspoon salt, half teaspoon white pepper and a tablespoon oil, then repeatedly roll birds in seasoning. Arrange on a double broiler, broil six minutes on each side, remove, and dress on a hot dish over six freshly prepared pieces of toast. Broil six thin slices bacon two minutes on each side, arrange over squabs, decorate with a little watercress and serve.