Cream Soup Flounder au Gratin Veal Cutlets, Brown Gravy Creamed Potatoes Cauliflower Polonaise Radish Salad *Friar’s Omelet Coffee
Friar’s Omelet_—Peel and core 1 pound cooking apples, and boil to pulp with little water and sugar. When nearly, cold add 1 tablespoon Crisco and 1 or 2 well beaten eggs.
Crisco a pudding dish and coat thickly with breadcrumbs. Pour in mixture and cover thickly with more breadcrumbs. Cook in oven for 3/4 of an hour. A little lemon peel can be added if liked.
Gravy Soup Fish Souffle Beef Olives Braised Turnips Carrots Potato Puff Apple and Grapefruit Salad *Coburg Pudding Coffee
Coburg Pudding_—3 cups milk, 1/2 cup rice, 1 cup boiling water, 1 egg, 4 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon powdered cinnamon, 1 tablespoon Crisco, and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Well wash rice, sprinkle it into boiling water and cook gently until all water is absorbed. Heat milk, in double saucepan if possible, add half-cooked rice and boil gently until it is perfectly soft and of thick creamy consistency. Should it become too thick before it is really soft, add more milk. Beat egg, until very light, add half sugar to it. When rice is cooked, whisk egg in at once, a little at a time. Then add salt and piece of Crisco size of walnut. Turn mixture into dish in which it is to be served. Mix rest of sugar with cinnamon. Sprinkle this evenly over top of rice. Put rest of Crisco in small pieces over top of pudding just before it is required. Place pudding in front of fire, or in oven for second or two, when Crisco, etc., will form a delicious sauce over surface of pudding.
Bombay Toast Boiled Halibut, Lobster Sauce Roast Capon Beet and Potato Salad Cheese Ramekins Peach Border Coffee_
_*Bombay Toast_—Fry the required number of croutes in Crisco. When cold spread with paste of pounded chicken and cream. Chop some capers, and lay in a thick line across the chicken paste. On one-half put grated yolk of hard-cooked egg, on the other half put grated white of hard-cooked egg, and serve.
Saint Valentine’s Day.
Cupid Canapes Clam Bouillon Fillets of Fish *Supreme of Chicken Martinique Potatoes Spinach Kumquat and Celery Salad Tutti Fruitti Ice Cream Mints Coffee
Supreme of Chicken_—Remove breast meat from 2 young chickens and trim into shape. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, dip in cream, roll in flour and saute in Crisco until delicately browned. Place in small pan, dot over with Crisco, and bake until tender.
Remove to cutlet-shaped pieces of hot boiled ham (cut very thin), garnish top of each with 3 short stalks of asparagus, seasoned with Crisco, and pour around following sauce: Melt 3-1/2 tablespoons Crisco, add 3-1/2 tablespoons flour, and stir until well blended; then pour on gradually while stirring constantly 1 cup chicken stock and 1/2 cup cream. Bring to boiling point, season with salt and paprika, and add yolk of 1 egg.