Three Servings

Wash two tablespoonfuls of pearled sago until the water is clear; drain, cover it with a pint of cold milk and let it soak over night in a cold place, or for at least two hours. Put it in a double boiler and cook until the sago is clear, about a half hour. Take from the fire and add a pint of clarified beef tea, a half teaspoonful of salt, or celery salt if you have it. Return the mixture to the fire, and when scalding hot stir in the well-beaten yolks of two eggs; take quickly from the fire and stand it aside to cool. At serving time heat the desired quantity over hot water, stirring constantly. Excellent for nursing mothers and invalids.