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Among the happy recollections of my childhood, luncheon Ham Toast stands out temptingly clear. It was my mother's own, and I give it in preference to several others that occur to me. Most cordially yours,
Boil a quarter of a pound of lean ham; chop it very fine; beat into it the yolks of three eggs, half an ounce of butter and two tablespoonfuls of cream; add a little cayenne; stir it briskly over the fire until it thickens; spread on hot toast; garnish with curled parsley.
From MRS. GEORGE HUXWORTH, of Arizona, Alternate Lady Manager.
Dampen the meal, put it in a thin cloth and steam for thirty minutes. Keeps its flavor much better than when boiled.
From MRS. FRANCES E. HALE, of Wyoming, Lady Manager.
Take half a loaf of Boston brown bread; break in small pieces; put in an oatmeal kettle and cover with milk; boil to a smooth paste, about the