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THE FOUR POINTS
|ORANGE AND BANANA PUDDING.--Take one
quart of milk, four eggs, a
teaspoonful of extract of
vanilla, a pinch of salt and
sugar to taste; put the milk to
boil, then add the sugar and
eggs, well beaten, and stir it
until it begins to thicken. After
peeling the oranges and bananas,
cut them in thin slices, put in
dish, and pour custard over them.
|ORANGE CAKE.--Two cups of sugar,
one-half cup of water, two cups
of flour, yolks of five eggs and
whites of three, three heaping
teaspoonsful of baking powder.
Bake in three layers, using round
tins. For filling, take the juice
and pulp of two large oranges,
juice of one lemon, one and
one-half cups of sugar, whites of
two eggs beaten to a stiff froth.
Stir the preparation well
together and spread between the layers.
|ORANGE CREAM.--Grate the peel of
one-third dozen oranges into half
a quart of water, then squeeze in
the juice of the oranges; add to
above the well-beaten yolks of
four eggs; sweeten to your taste;
and after straining it, set it on
the fire, stirring it one way
until it is as thick as cream.
Then put it into your glasses,
cups, or whatever dishes you wish
to serve it in.
|ORANGE PIE.--Take two tablespoonsful of
corn starch, juice and part of
the rind of one orange, one
cupful of hot water with
one-quarter box of gelatine
dissolved in it. Mix and bake in
either one or two pies, and serve
|VARIOUS kinds of oranges are grown in
this country, the most popular of
which in the East are those from
Florida in the
extreme West, California oranges
are in favor. These two varieties
are plentiful from October to
April, after which time we have
the Havana and Sicilian oranges.