Egg Lemonade

1 egg

2 tablespoons powdered sugar

2 tablespoons Sunkist lemon juice

2 tablespoons crushed ice 1/4 cup cold water

Beat egg and powdered sugar; add water and lemon juice, and strain over crushed ice.

Mint Cup

3 Sunkist lemons 1 bunch mint

1/2 cup sugar syrup 1/2 cup water

1 pint ginger ale

Remove leaves from two-thirds of the sprigs of mint and bruise with the ringers; add Sunkist lemon juice and syrup, and let stand one-half hour. Strain over piece of ice, and add ginger ale. Garnish with tips from remaining sprigs of mint.

Grape Juice Punch

To Mint Cup (see above), add one cup grape juice and one Sunkist lemon, cut in very thin slices.

Afternoon Tea

3 teaspoons tea

Sunkist lemon slices

Cloves

Orange loaf-sugar

2 cups boiling water Candied cherries Sunkist orange marmalade Sunkist lemon loaf-sugar

Iced Tea

Iced Tea.

Have water freshly boiling, and pour over tea in a scalded teapot, or over teaball, or perforated double teaspoon, in china cup. Let stand only long enough to become the right strength, but never more than five minutes. With orange pekoe tea, less than one minute infusion is sufficient. Serve at once with thin slices of Sunkist lemon, a clove, a cherry, and sugar, to taste; or, sweeten with Sunkist orange marmalade, or orange or lemon loaf-sugar.

Lemon Albumen

1 egg white

1/2 cup cold water

Sunkist lemon juice

Stir white of egg and water with silver fork, or cut with knife and fork, until albumen is completely dissolved; add lemon juice, to make palatable; strain, and use in sickness, as ordered.

Iced Tea

4 teaspoons tea

2 cups boiling water

Sunkist lemons

Pour boiling water over tea; let stand five minutes, and strain into glasses half full of crushed ice. Allow one or two slices of Sunkist lemon and sugar, to taste, for each glass; or, add one teaspoon Sunkist lemon juice to each glass, and place slice of lemon on edge of glass.

Lemon Whey

1/2 cup milk

4 teaspoons Sunkist lemon juice

Add lemon juice to milk, and let stand five minutes; strain through a double thickness of cheesecloth. The Whey is used by invalids when milk cannot be taken.

The curds can be seasoned with salt, paprika, and butter, and used as a sandwich filling.

Orange Egg-Nog

l egg

1 tablespoon sugar

1/8 teaspoon salt

Juice of 1 Sunkist orange

Juice of 1/2 Sunkist lemon

1/4 cup crushed ice

Beat white of egg until stiff; add, gradually, one-half the sugar and salt, and one-half the Sunkist orange juice. To yolk of egg add remaining sugar and fruit juices, and beat until thick. Put ice in glass; pour in first mixture; then gently fold in second mixture, and serve.