Sift half a pound or a pint of flour. Beat seven eggs very light, and stir them gradually into a. quart of rich milk. Then add by degrees the flour, so as to make a thin batter. Mix it very smooth, pressing out all the lumps with the back of a spoon. Set the frying-pan over the fixe, and when it is hot, grease it with a spoonful of lard. Then put in a ladle full of the batter, and fry it of a light Drown, turning it with care to prevent its breaking. Make each pancake large enough to cover the bottom of a dessert plate; greasing the pan every time. Send them to table hot, accompanied by powdered sugar and nutmeg mixed in a small glass bowl. Have wine with them also.