Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea
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Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea

By Marion Harland
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  • Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea.
  • FAMILIAR TALKS. ————————
  • FAMILIAR TALK WITH THE READER. ————————
  • EGGS. ————————
    • Eggs Sur le Plat.
    • Toasted Eggs.
    • Baked Eggs. (No. 1.)
    • Baked Eggs. (No. 2.)
    • Fricasseed Eggs.
    • Egg Cutlets.
    • Stirred Eggs.
    • Scalloped Eggs (Raw).
    • Scalloped Eggs (Hard-boiled).
    • Whirled Eggs.
    • Poached Eggs à la Bonne Femme.
    • Eggs Poached with Mushrooms.
    • Anchovy Toast with Eggs.
    • Forcemeat Eggs.
    • A Hen’s Nest.
    • Omelettes.
  • FISH. ENTRÉES AND RELISHES OF FISH.
    • What to do with Cold Fish.
    • Fried Roes of Cod or Shad.
      • Sauce for the above.
    • Sauce for the above.
    • Roes of Cod or Shad Stewed.
      • Sauce.
    • Sauce.
    • Scalloped Roes.
    • Fish-Balls.
    • Stewed Eels à l’Allemande.
    • Eels Stewed à l’Americain.
    • Fricasseed Eels.
    • Cutlets of Halibut, Cod or Salmon.
    • Cutlets of Cod, Halibut or Salmon à la reine.
    • Baked Cod or Halibut.
    • Baked Salmon with Cream Sauce.
    • Salmon Steaks or Cutlets (fried).
    • Salmon Steaks or Cutlets (broiled).
    • Salmon Cutlets en Papillote.
    • Salmon in a Mould. (Very good.)
      • Sauce for the Above.
    • Sauce for the Above.
    • Stewed Salmon.
      • Or—
    • Or—
    • Mayonnaise of Salmon.
      • For Dressing.
    • For Dressing.
    • Devilled Salmon.
    • Smoked Salmon (Broiled).
    • Salt Cod an maître d’hôtel.
    • Salt Cod with Egg Sauce.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Salt Cod with Cheese.
    • Salt Cod Scalloped.
    • Fricasseed Lobster.
    • Lobster Rissoles.
      • For the Sauce.
    • For the Sauce.
    • Lobster Cutlets
    • Lobster Croquettes.
    • Lobster Pudding.
      • Sauce for Pudding.
    • Sauce for Pudding.
    • Curried Lobster.
    • Devilled Lobster.
    • Stewed Lobster.
    • Scalloped Lobster (No. 1).
    • Scalloped Lobster (No. 2).
    • Crabs
    • Soft Crabs.
    • Turtle Fricassee.
    • Panned Oysters.
    • Fricasseed Oysters.
    • Oysters Boiled in the Shell.
    • Scalloped Oysters (No. 1).
    • Scalloped Oysters (No. 2).
    • Broiled Oysters.
    • Devilled Oysters.
    • Oysters in Batter.
    • Stewed Oysters.
    • Oyster Patés.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Cream Oyster Pie.
  • BREAKFAST. ————————
  • PATÉS. ————————
    • Paté of Sweetbreads.
      • White Sauce for the above.
    • White Sauce for the above.
    • Chicken Patés.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Patés of Fish.
    • Swiss Patés.
    • Stella Paté.
    • Paté of beef and potato.
    • Imitation paté de foie gras.
      • Or,—
    • Or,—
  • CROQUETTES. ————————
    • Chicken Croquettes.
    • Beef Croquettes.
    • Venison or Mutton Croquettes.
      • A Nice Breakfast Dish
      • Or,
    • A Nice Breakfast Dish
    • Or,
    • Fish Croquettes.
    • Croquettes of Lobster or Crab.
    • Croquettes of Game.
    • Veal and Ham Croquettes.
    • Hominy Croquettes.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Cannelon of Veal.
    • Cannelon of Beef
    • A Pretty Breakfast Dish
  • SWEETBREADS. ————————
    • Brown Fricassee of Sweetbreads. (No. 1.)
    • Brown Fricassee. (No. 2.)
    • White Fricassee of Sweetbreads.
    • Larded Sweetbreads Stewed.
    • Larded Sweetbread—Fried.
    • Broiled Sweetbreads.
    • Roasted Sweetbreads.
    • Sweetbreads Sautés au Vin.
    • KIDNEYS,
    • Fried Kidneys.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Toasted Kidneys.
    • Kidneys Stewed with Wine.
    • Broiled Kidneys.
    • Stewed Kidneys.
    • Kidneys à la Brochette.
  • HASTE OR WASTE? ————————
  • MEATS, INCLUDING POULTRY AND GAME. ————————
    • Calf’s Liver à l’Anglaise.
    • Calf’s Liver au Domino.
    • Ollapodrida of Lamb. (Good.)
    • Calf’s Liver sauté.
    • Fricassee of Calf’s Liver.
    • Calf’s Liver à la mode.
    • Ragoût of Calf’s Head, or Imitation Turtle.
    • Ragoût of Calf’s Head and Mushrooms.
    • A Mould of Calf’s Head.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Calf’s Brains Fried.
      • Or—
    • Or—
    • Calf’s Brains on Toast.
    • Veal Cutlets (Stewed).
    • Mock Pigeons.
    • A Veal Turnover.
    • Meat and Potato Puffs.
    • Scalloped Chicken.
      • Or—
    • Or—
    • Scalloped Beef (Very good).
    • Mince of Veal or Lamb.
    • White Fricassee of Rabbit.
    • Brown Fricassee of Rabbit, or “Jugged Rabbit.”
    • Curried Rabbit.
    • Devilled Rabbit.
    • Devilled Fowl.
    • Salmi of Game.
    • Roast Rabbits.
    • Braised Wild Duck or Grouse.
    • Roast Quails.
    • Fricasseed Chicken à l’Italienne (Fine).
    • Minced Chicken and Eggs.
    • Quenelles.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Rechauffée of Veal and Ham.
    • Roulades of Beef.
    • Roulades of Mutton.
    • Fried Chicken.
    • Chicken Fried Whole.
    • “Smothered” Chicken.
    • Smothered Chicken with Oysters.
    • Fondu of Chicken or other White Meat.
    • Galantine.
    • Jellied Tongue.
    • Game or Poultry in Savory Jelly.
    • A Tongue Jellied Whole.
  • GRAVY. ————————
  • SALADS. ————————
    • Oyster Salad.
    • Cabbage Salad. (Very good.)
    • Lobster Salad—without Oil.
      • Dressing.
    • Dressing.
    • Chicken Salad. (Excellent.)
    • Cream Dressing for Salad.
    • Golden Salad-dressing.
    • Potato Salad Dressing.
  • VARIOUS PREPARATIONS OF CHEESE. ————————
    • Toasted Cheese.
    • Cheese Toasted with Eggs.
    • Cheese with Macaroni.
    • Cheese Fingers.
    • Cheese Biscuits.
    • Cheese fondu. (Delicious.)
    • Cream Cheese. (No. 1.)
    • Cream Cheese. (No. 2.)
    • Cheese Patés.
    • Cheese Sandwiches.
    • Ramakins.
    • Cheese Pudding.
  • POTATOES. ————————
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Fried Potatoes.
    • Scalloped Potatoes.
    • Potatoes à l’Italienne. (Extremely nice.)
    • Potatoes à la Duchesse.
    • Potato Eggs.
  • LUNCHEON. ————————
  • VEGETABLES. ————————
    • Fried Egg Plant.
    • Mock Fried Oysters.
    • Mock Stewed Oysters.
    • Fritters of Canned Corn.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Devilled Tomatoes.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
  • BREAKFAST-ROLLS, MUFFINS, TEA-CAKES, ETC. ————————
    • Corn Cake.
    • Adirondack Corn-Bread.
    • Loaf Corn-Bread. (Excellent.)
    • Corn-Meal Muffins. (Raised.)
    • Corn-Meal Muffins. (Quick.)
    • Chrissie’s Corn-Bread.
    • Southern Batter-Bread or Egg-Bread.
    • Batter Bread. (No. 2.)
    • Boiled Mush, to be Eaten with Milk.
    • Oatmeal Porridge (for breakfast).
    • Oatmeal Gruel (For Invalids).
    • Milk Porridge. (Very nice.)
    • Tea Rolls.
    • French Rolls.
    • Plain light Rolls.
    • Rice Crumpets.
    • Hominy Crumpets
    • All-day Rolls.
    • Unity Loaf.
    • Quick Loaf.
    • Excellent Muffins.
    • Brown Biscuit.
    • Minute Biscuit, (brown.)
    • Graham Gems. (No. 1.)
    • Graham Gems. (No. 2.)
    • Graham Gems. (No. 3.)
    • Rusk. (No. 1.)
    • Susie’s Rusk. (No. 2.)
    • Soda Biscuit without Milk.
    • Cream Toast. (Very nice.)
    • GRIDDLE CAKES.
    • Sour Milk Cakes. (Good.)
    • Buttermilk Cakes.
    • Grandma’s Cakes.
    • Rice or Hominy Cakes.
    • Corn-meal Flapjacks.
    • Rice Cakes.
    • Susie’s Flannel Cakes. (Without eggs.)
    • Farina Griddle Cakes.
    • Graham Griddle Cakes.
  • WHAT I KNOW ABOUT EGG-BEATERS. ————————
  • WHIPPED CREAM. ————————
  • FANCY DISHES FOR DESSERT. ————————
    • Jelly Oranges.
    • Glacé Oranges.
    • Ribbon Jelly and Cream.
    • Easter Eggs. (Very pretty.)
    • Turret Cream.
    • Naples Sponge.
    • An Almond Charlotte.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Narcissus Blanc-Mange.
    • Tipsy Trifle.
    • Strawberry Trifle.
    • Créme du Thé. (Good.)
    • Créme du Café.
    • Créme du Chocolat.
    • Chocolate Blanc-Mange.
    • Chocolate Blanc-Mange and Cream.
    • Chocolate Custards (baked).
    • Chocolate Custards (boiled).
    • Rockwork.
    • An Ambushed Trifle.
    • Orange Trifle.
    • Apple Trifle.
    • Lemon Trifle. (Delicious.)
    • Queen of Trifles.
    • Apple Snow. (No. 1.)
    • Apple Snow. (No. 2.)
    • Orange Snow.
    • Lemon Snow.
    • Rice Snow.
    • Summer Snow. (Extremely fine.)
    • Syllabub.
    • Velvet Cream.
    • Macaroon Basket.
    • Jelly Custards.
    • Apple Jelly. (Nice.)
    • Peach Jelly.
    • Strawberry Jelly.
    • Raspberry and Currant Jelly.
    • Lemon Jelly.
    • Orange Jelly.
    • Tutti Frutti Jelly. (Very good.)
    • Wine Jelly.
    • Claret Jelly.
    • Note upon Jellies.
  • PUDDINGS OF VARIOUS KINDS. ————————
    • Rice Pudding with Fruit.
    • Almond Rice Pudding.
    • Southern Rice Pudding.
    • Rice Méringue.
    • Rosie’s Rice Custard.
    • Tapioca Custard Pudding.
    • English Tapioca Pudding.
    • Arrowroot Pudding. (Cold.)
    • Arrowroot Pudding. (Hot.)
    • Sago Pudding.
    • Almond Corn-Starch Pudding.
    • Corn-Meal Fruit Pudding.
    • Corn-Meal Pudding without Eggs.
    • Hasty Pudding.
    • Rice-Flour Hasty Pudding.
    • Farina Pudding.
    • Susie’s Bread Pudding.
    • Fruit Bread Pudding. (Very Fine.)
    • Bread and Raisin Pudding.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Cherry Bread Pudding.
    • Willie’s Favorite. (Very good.)
    • Steamed Bread Pudding.
    • Custard Bread Pudding. (Boiled.)
    • Macaroni and Almond Pudding.
    • Plain Macaroni Pudding.
    • Essex Pudding.
    • Boiled Apple Pudding.
    • Baked Apple Pudding.
    • Apple Batter Pudding.
    • Peach Batter Pudding.
    • Peach Léche Créma.
    • Ristori Puffs.
    • Jam Puffs.
    • Cottage Puffs.
    • Lemon Puffs.
    • Vanilla Cream Puffs.
    • Coffee Cream Puffs.
    • Chocolate Cream Puffs.
    • Corn-Meal Puffs.
    • White Puffs (Very nice).
    • White Pudding.
    • Rusk Pudding.
    • Fig Pudding.
    • Fig Custard Pudding.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Marrow Sponge Pudding.
    • Plain Sponge-Cake Pudding.
    • Cocoanut Sponge pudding.
    • Fruit Sponge-Cake Pudding (Boiled).
    • Fruit Sponge-Cake Pudding (Baked).
    • Orange Pudding.
    • Derry Pudding.
    • Boiled Lemon Pudding.
    • Wayne Pudding (Good).
    • Almond Sponge Pudding.
    • Boston Lemon Pudding.
    • Boston Orange Pudding.
    • Lemon Pudding.
    • Queen’s Pudding.
    • Orange Custard Pudding.
    • Rock Custard Pudding.
    • A Plain Boiled Pudding. (No. 1.)
    • Plain Boiled Pudding. (No. 2.)
    • Jelly Puddings.
    • Farmer’s Plum Pudding.
    • Nursery Plum Pudding.
    • Cocoanut Pudding.
    • Impromptu Christmas Pudding. (Very fine.)
    • Lemon Soufflé Pudding.
    • Léche Créma Soufflé.
    • Cherry Soufflé Pudding.
    • Sponge-Cake Soufflé Pudding.
    • Apple Soufflé Pudding.
    • Rice Soufflé Pudding.
    • Arrowroot Soufflé Pudding.
    • A very Delicate Soufflé.
    • Batter Pudding. (Very nice.)
    • Apple and Batter Pudding. (Very good.)
    • Pudding-dishes.
    • Fritters.
    • Bell Fritters.
    • Rusk Fritters.
    • Light Fritters.
    • Currant Fritters. (Very nice.)
    • Lemon Fritters.
    • Apple Fritters.
    • Rice Fritters.
    • Corn-Meal Fritters.
    • Peach Fritters. (With Yeast.)
    • Potato Fritters.
    • Cream Fritters. (Very nice.)
    • Roll Fritters, or Imitation Doughnuts.
    • Sponge-Cake Fritters.
    • Curd Fritters.
  • CONCERNING ALLOWANCES. (Confidential—with John.)
  • RIPE FRUIT. ————————
    • Frosted Peaches.
    • Frosted and Glacé Oranges.
    • Tropical Snow.
    • Cocoanut Frost on Custard.
    • Stewed Apples.
    • Baked Pears.
    • Apples and Jelly.
    • Boiled Chestnuts.
    • Walnuts and Hickory Nuts.
    • Melons.
  • CAKES OF ALL KINDS.
    • Nellie’s Cup Cake.
    • Carolina Cake (without Eggs.)
    • White Cake.
    • Chocolate Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Apple Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Orange Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Charlotte Polonaise Cake. (Very fine.)
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • A Charlotte Cachée Cake.
    • Fanny’s Cake.
      • Almond Icing.
    • Almond Icing.
    • Mother’s Cup Cake.
    • Raisin Cake.
    • Neapolitan Cake. (Yellow, pink, white and brown.)
      • Yellow.
      • Pink and White.
      • Brown.
      • Filling.
    • Yellow.
    • Pink and White.
    • Brown.
    • Filling.
    • Orleans Cake.
    • Morris Cake.
    • Mont Blanc Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Cream Rose Cake. (Very pretty.)
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Sultana Cake.
    • My Lady’s Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Cocoanut and Almond Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Cocoanut Sponge Cake.
    • Richer Cocoanut Cake.
    • Coffee Cake.
    • Molasses Fruit Cake.
    • Unity Cake.
    • Brown Cake.
    • Myrtle’s Cake.
    • Risen Seed Cake.
    • Citron Cake.
    • Rich Almond Cake.
    • A Charlotte à la Parisienne.
    • Jeanie’s Fruit Cake.
    • Pompton Cake.
    • May’s Cake.
    • Fred’s Favorite.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Corn-Starch Cup Cake.
    • “One, two, three” Cup Cake.
    • Snow-Drift Cake.
      • Filling.
    • Filling.
    • Newark Cake.
    • Wine Cake.
    • Fruit and Nut Cake.
    • Unity Gingerbread.
    • Richmond Gingerbread.
    • Eggless Gingerbread.
    • Sugar Gingerbread.
    • Half-Cup Gingerbread.
    • Currant Cake.
    • Cocoanut Cakes. (Small.)
    • Rose Drop Cakes. (Cocoanut.)
    • Variegated Cakes.
    • Snow-Drops.
    • Rich Drop Cakes.
    • Kellogg Cookies.
    • Bertie’s Cookies.
    • Seed Cookies.
    • Montrose Cookies.
    • Aunt Molly’s Cookies.
    • Lemon Macaroons.
    • Lemon Cookies.
    • Carraway Cookies.
    • Small Almond Cakes.
    • Cream Cakes. (Pretty and good.)
    • Custard Cakes.
    • Queen Cakes.
    • Small Citron Cakes.
    • Seed Wafers.
    • Ginger Cookies.
    • Ginger Snaps. (Large quantity.)
    • Fried Jumbles.
    • Genuine Scotch Short Bread. (Very fine.)
  • TEA. ————————
  • BEVERAGES. ————————
    • Tea à la Russe.
      • Or,
    • Or,
    • Cold Tea.
    • Iced Tea à la Russe.
    • Tea Milk-punch.
    • A “Cozy” for a Teapot.
    • Coffee with Whipped Cream.
    • Frothed Café au Lait.
    • Frothed Chocolate. (Very good.)
    • Milled Chocolate.
    • Soyer’s Café au Lait.
    • White Lemonade.
    • Claret Cup.
    • Very Fine Porteree.
    • Ginger Cordial.
    • Milk-Punch. (Hot.)
    • Mulled Ale.
    • Mulled Wine.
    • A Summer Drink. (Very good.)
    • Rum Milk-Punch.
    • Clear Punch.
    • Currant and Raspberry Shrub.
    • Strawberry Shrub.
    • Lemon Shrub.
    • Curaçoa.
    • Noyau.
    • Rose Syrup.
    • Orange Cream.
    • Vanilla Liqueur.
  • FLAVORING EXTRACTS. ————————
    • Lemon.
    • Orange.
    • Vanilla.
    • Bitter Almond.
  • PRESERVED FRUITS, CANDIES, ETC. ————————
    • Apple Marmalade.
    • Pear and Quince Marmalade.
    • Orange Marmalade.
    • Dundee Orange Marmalade.
    • Candied Cherries.
    • Glacé Cherries.
    • Candied Lemon-Peel.
    • Maple Syrup.
    • Cranberries.
    • Peanut Candy. (Very nice.)
    • Dotty Dimple’s Vinegar Candy.
    • Lemon-Cream Candy.
    • Chocolate Caramels.
    • Marbled Cream Candy. (Good.)
    • Chocolate Cream Drops.
    • Sugar Candy.
  • THE SCRAP-BAG. ————————
    • For Sudden Hoarseness.
    • Another,
    • For Sore Throat.
    • For a Cough.
    • For Cholera Symptoms,
    • Mustard Plasters.
    • For Nausea.
    • For Chapped Hands and Lips.
    • For Sore Eyes.
    • Mixture for Cleaning Black Cloth, or Worsted Dresses.
    • Cleansing Cream.
    • To Clean Marble.
    • Pumpkin Flour.
    • Another Treasure.
    • Seymour Pudding.
    • Strawberry Shortcake.
    • Welsh Rarebit.
  • PARTING WORDS. ————————
  • PRACTICAL—OR UTOPIAN?
    • PART I.
    • PART II.
  • INDEX ————————
    • FOOTNOTES:
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