Seasonable Menus and Recipes Public Deposited

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  • The daily preparation of meals is an important end extremely interesting home problem, a fact which is not wholly appreciated by the average house keeper. The importance of the provision of food. is wall. shown in the words of Mrs. Ellen H. Richards, "The prosperity of a nation depends upon the health and morals of its citizens, and the health and morals of a people depend mainly upon the food they eat, and the homes they live in. Strong men and women cannot be raised on insufficient food: good tempered, temperate highly moral men cannot be expected. from a race which eats badly cooked food irritating to the digestive organs and unsatisfactory to the appetite. Wholesome and palatable food is the first step in good morals and is conducive to ability and business, skill in trade and healthy tone in literature". In planning the following menus, great care has been taken to make them practical for a family of ierege size and of moderate circumstances, living either in the city or country. As a rule, one meal during the week, in addition to the Sunday dinner is a little more elaborate than others, in case of guests or for variety. Monday's meals are planned in view of the fact that the weekly washing is usually done on that day, and, as Tuesday is ironing day the menus are suggested accordingly. Saturday probably is cleaning and baking day so the meals are a little heavier.
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