Harrison, Grace Clergue / Allied cookery : British, French, Italian, Belgian, Russian / arranged by Grace Clergue Harrison and Gertrude Clergue, to aid the war sufferers in the devastated districts of France; introduction by Hon. Raoul Dandurand ; prefaced by Stephen Leacock and Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Vegetables, pp. 81-83 PDF (531.2 KB)
Vegetables POTATO CAKES (Russian) peel and grate 6 raw potatoes, season with salt and pepper, i egg. Mix all together. Drop onto a well-buttered griddle, spoonsful of the mixture, leaving space between to flatten them; continue to add a little butter to the griddle. Cook a golden brown on both sides. Arrange in a crown on a dish with a sprig of parsley in the centre. PETITS POIS Jry some finely shredded onion in about a tablespoonful of oil, with salt, pepper, and a sprig of tarragon. Lay the heart and best leaves of a head of lettuce at the bottom of a stew-pan with a quart of very young peas. Add a pint of stock. Stew gently. A little sugar is always an improve- ment to peas. STRING BEANS Cut off the ends of the string beans, slice them in three parts, cook them until three quarters done, 6 81
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