1 pint milk, 1 greated cocoanut, 3 eggs yolks, 1 cup sugar.
3 tablespoons sugar.
white 3 eggs.
Mix cocoanut with well beaten yolks and cup of sugar; stir in the milk, filling the pan even full and bake. Put over top meringue made of whites of eggs and three tablespoons sugar. Brown quickly.
1 pint milk.
1 cup sugar.
3 tablespoons flour.
small piece butter.
Beat sugar, flour and egg yolks together. After the milk has come to a boil add the mixture, salt and butter. After it has cooled, place in baked crust and sprinkle over it a little nutmeg. Place meringue over top and brown in oven.
White House Cook Book.
4 tablespoons sugar, pinch salt.
nutmeg or vanilla, 1 quart milk.
Beat together until very light egg yolks and sugar; flavor with nutmeg or vanilla; then add beaten whites, salt and, lastly, a quart of milk; mix well and pour into tins lined with paste. Bake until firm.
1 small cup sugar.
2 tablespoons flour.
1 small tablespoon butter, 1 cup hot water.
pinch of salt.
4 tablespoons sugar.
Mix together sugar, butter, flour, juice and one half grated yellow rind of lemon, egg yolks, salt and hot water; cook until thick. Put in baked crust; cover with whites of eggs beaten stiff with four tablespoons sugar. Brown quickly and serve cold.
Mrs. J. S. Day.
3 mangoes, rather green.
4 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons flour.
1 teaspoon vinegar, 1 teaspoon spices, 1 teaspoon butter.
Pare and slice fine mangoes, add sugar, flour, vinegar, spices and butter. Bake with two crusts.
8 green mangoes.
1-1/2 cups sugar (or more).
Peel and boil mangoes until tender; pour off water; slice mango from seed. Mix with plenty of sugar, at least a cup and a half; add spice and fill into crust; cover and bake.
Mrs. W. S. Harris.
1 can Heinz mince meat, 1/2 can S & W apples.
1/4, box raisins, 1/8 pound citron.
MINCE PIE A LA MODE
Serve mince pie with vanilla ice cream on top of each piece.
1 cup sugar.
1/2 cup butter.
1 cup cream.
Beat butter and sugar to a cream; add beaten yolks, then grated pineapple and cream, and lastly the beaten whites whipped in lightly. Bake with under crust only.
1/2 pound prunes, 1/2 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon lemon juice, white 2 eggs cinnamon.
Soak, stew and stone prunes. Sweeten and flavor with lemon juice; add a little cinnamon. Line the pan with good paste, fill with prunes and bake until done. Draw the pie to the mouth of the oven and spread with a meringue made with well beaten white of eggs and one spoon of sugar. Brown.
Mrs. Momer Stuntz.
1/2 cup sugar.
2 tablespoons stewed pumpkin.
1/2 pint rich milk, salt, cinnamon or nutmeg.
Stew pumpkin, cut into small pieces, in half pint of water, and when soft mash fine with potato masher; let the water dry away, watching closely to prevent scorching or burning. For each pie take one well beaten egg, half cup sugar, two tablespoons pumpkin, half pint rich milk, little salt; stir well together, and season with nutmeg or cinnamon; bake with under crust in hot oven. Some steam pumpkin instead of stewing.
Mrs. Charles H. Smith.
1 cup pumpkin or squash, 1/2 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon molasses.
2 cups milk.
1 large teaspoon flour.
pinch salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon.
Mix well pumpkin or squash with sugar, molasses, beaten eggs, flour, salt, cinnamon and about two cups of milk; place in crust and bake.
1 cup seeded raisins.
1 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon cornstarch.
1 cup water juice, 1/2 lemon pinch salt.
Boil all together five minutes; put in crust and bake.
1 heaping tablespoon flour.
1 teacup sugar.
1 tablespoon sharp vinegar, 1 teacup cold water nutmeg.
Beat well together egg, flour and sugar; add vinegar and water; flavor with nutmeg and bake with two crusts.