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  2. RECIPES.

    Brown Potato Sauce.—One onion, 1 large potato, 1 pint of [?] teaspoonful of finely shopped parsley, ½ teaspoonful of mixed herbs or a few celery seeds ½ oz. of bacon fat (rendered down), ...

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  4. THE KITCHEN.

    Turnip Savory.—Required: A small swode turnip, 1 Spanish onion, 1 oz. margarine, a cupful of milk, a tablespoonful of flour, pepper, salt, squares of hot toast or a pound of hot mashed ...

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  5. RICE.

    To Boil Rice.—Have a quart of water boiling rapidly. Add a level teaspoonful of salt. Wash a cupful of rice carefully, and add it, a little at a time, slowly so that the boiling does not ...

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  6. GENERAL HINTS.

    Unravelled Knitting Wool.—Wool that has been knitted up and is then unravelled is knotty and difficult to use again. Place it in a steamer over boiling water, and allow to get thoroughly moist. ...

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  7. BOTTLE CAP REMOVER.

    This simple bottle cap remover is made of sheet metal stamped as shown. To use it the operator inserts the point, turns it through a quarter circle, and removes the cap without ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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