Ter. Add a little fine sugar and nutmeg. Butter the griddle and turn
the batter on. Let it spread as large as a common dinner plate.
When done on one side, turn it, as a pancake. Have some nice
and spread over quickly.
Roll the cake up, place on a flat dish, sift on
a little powdered sugar and cinnamon, a little butter, if you wish,
and serve hot. Be careful and not make the batter too thin.
=Strawberry Custard.= 1 cup sugar, 1 quart milk, yolks of
5 eggs, white of 1, and vanilla. Let the milk boil, then add eggs and
sugar, and let cool. Crush and strain 1 pint strawberries, 2
tablespoons sugar and whites of 4 eggs, beaten stiff. Place the
custard in glasses, about half full, then fill glasses with
strawberry juice and the whites of eggs, beaten together. =Orange
quart of water,
juice and pulp
of 2 lemons and 1 coffee cup of sugar. When boiling hot, add 4
teaspoons corn starch. Boil fifteen minutes, stirring constan