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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 9 (January 1, 1930)

Two Good Recipes

Two Good Recipes

(1) Golden Cakes.—Easy to make and inexpensive.

6ozs. flour.

3ozs. sugar.

2ozs. butter.

1 teaspoon baking powder.

1 tablespoon marmalade.

1 egg.

1 tablespoon milk.

Beat butter and sugar to a cream; add egg and milk well beaten; then marmalade, and finally the flour and baking powder. Mix well and bake in paper covers in a quick oven for 10 minutes or a little longer.

The above mixture makes about 16 cakes. Take a piece off the top of each cake and fill with whipped cream.

(2) Tea Cakes.

2 breakfast cups flour.

1 tea cup sugar.

½lb. of butter or good dripping.

2 teaspoons baking powder.

Pinch of salt.

1 egg.

½ tea cup milk.

Rub butter into flour—add sugar, baking powder and salt. Mix well. Beat egg with milk and add to dry ingredients—as for scones. Roll out and cut into shapes. Bake in oven as for scones.

Which?—“Fifty years of happy married life! How have you managed it?” “Well, for one thing, son, I've always admitted I was wrong.”

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