Gentleman's Favorite

Miss Anna M. Whitman, Indianapolis, Ind.

Seven eggs beaten separately, one-half cup butter, two cups white sugar, two cups flour, two tablespoons baking powder, two tablespoons water, one-half teaspoon salt; bake in jelly-cake pans in quick oven. The jelly for the cake : One egg, a cup of sugar, three grated apples and one lemon ; stir till it boils and becomes thick, let it cool before putting between the layers.

Impromptu Jelly Cake

Mrs. P. B. Brown.

One cup butter, two cups sugar, three cups flour, four eggs; stir the sugar and butter to a cream, then add the yolks of the eggs, and lastly the beaten whites and flour. Have ready the jelly, made as follows: One grated apple, the grated rind and juice of one lemon, one cup sugar and one egg; boil until it jellies, stirring constantly; cool before using. Bake your cake in jelly-cake pans, or in thin layers, putting the jelly between each layer as in ordinary jelly cake.

Jelly Cake

Mrs. John Edwards.

One and one-half cups of sugar, one-half of butter, one-half of sweet milk, two and one-half of flour, three eggs, whites and yolks beaten separately, and add two teaspoons baking powder.

The Jelly. - One cup of sugar, one egg, grate the rind and use the juice of one lemon, one tablespoon of water, one teaspoon of flour; put your dish in a kettle of boiling water, and let it come to a boil; have your cake ready and put it together.

Apple Jelly Cake

Mrs. W. G. Morgan.

Prepare and grate three large apples, (Greenings preferred,) the juice and rind of a lemon, half a cup of sugar, one egg well beaten; put the ingredients together in a tin basin; simmer until cooked, with constant stirring; set to cool until the cake is ready. Take three eggs, stir whites and yolks separately; to a cup and a half of white sugar, add half a cup sweet milk and a piece of butter the size of an egg; mix butter and sugar together, four cups of flour and three teaspoons of baking powder; divide in four equal parts, and put in baking tins or jelly pans; use the jelly as in other cases while the cake is hot.

Jelly Cake - Made With The Yolks Of Eggs

Mrs. Brown.

One and one-half cups sugar, one-halt cup butter, one-half cup milk, one egg and yolks of four; stir well, then sift in two cups flour and two teaspoons baking powder; bake in five cakes. This makes a delicious cocoanut cake by spreading between, and on the top of the cakes, instead of jelly, a soft frosting, thickly strewn with des-sicated cocoanut, which has been soaked half an hour in warm milk.