1 cup white sifted sugar.
Knead well together without any wetting. After it is thoroughly worked and kneaded, roll out to half an inch thickness and put it on a paper in a dripping-pan, and bake slowly until done and crisp. It is customary to put a few carawav seeds and bits of orange peel on top.
Mrs. M. T. Hurford, Brownsville, Pa.
4 cups flour. 2/3 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon butter.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
Dip in cold water tor an instant, then put into a hot oven for 10 minutes.
Very dry bread or biscuit are very nice for breakfast if steamed a few minutes.
Mrs. Z. B. Glynn, East Boston, Mass.
Put bread crumbs into a saucepan with cream or milk; salt and pepper. When the bread has absorbed the cream, break in as many eggs as will suffice for the meal, and fry as omelet.