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Boil medium-sized potatoes in their jackets. Cool and then peel. With a teaspoon scoop out a well in the centre, leaving a thin wall of potato. Now trim neatly into shape. Place in a bowl and marinate in French dressing, turning frequently so that each position may be seasoned. Now prepare a filling as follows: One cold boiled beet, cut into tiny dice, One-half cup of cooked peas, One onion, grated, Three tablespoons of finely minced parsley, One-half cup of cold boiled potatoes, cut into tiny dice. Toss the vegetables gently to mix. Season with salt and pepper and reduce four tablespoons of mayonnaise with two tablespoons of vinegar. Fill into the potato cups and place in a nest of crisp lettuce leaves. Garnish with mayonnaise and serve ice cold.


Mash boiled potatoes and then rub through a sieve to remove the lumps. Now add to One quart of prepared potatoes, Three tablespoons of shortening, Two teaspoons of salt, One teaspoon of paprika, Two teaspoons of baking powder, One teaspoon of grated onion, One well-beaten egg, Six tablespoons of milk. Beat thoroughly to mix and then spread in a layer about one inch thick on meat pies. Brush the top with milk and bake in a moderate oven for thirty-five minutes.


Mince fine sufficient bacon to measure four tablespoons after chopping. Place in a frying pan and add two grated onions; brown gently and then add Two cups of mashed potatoes, One teaspoon of salt, One-half teaspoon of pepper. Mix thoroughly and then mold into croquettes. Roll in flour and then dip in beaten egg and roll in fine crumbs. Fry until golden brown in hot fat.


Cook three large potatoes and then peel and mash fine. Measure and place two cups of mashed potatoes in a mixing bowl and add Two cups of flour, One teaspoon of salt, Four teaspoons of baking powder, One egg, Four tablespoons of milk. Mix to a smooth dough and then roll out one-half inch thick and cut and brush the tops with milk. Bake in a hot oven for eighteen minutes.


Select medium-sized potatoes and bake. When ready to serve, split open. Place a piece of butter in each potato and dust with paprika. Use canned asparagus for the salad.


Pare and slice sufficient onions to measure one cupful. Parboil and then drain. Now place four tablespoons of fat in a frying pan and add the onions and one and a half cups of mashed potatoes. Turn constantly until well blended and then form into an omelet shape in a pan, and turn on a warm platter and serve with cream sauce.