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Milk Toast

Put one pint of milk on in a double boiler and let it heat. 

Melt one tablespoonful of butter, and when it bubbles stir in one small tablespoonful of corn-starch, and when these are rubbed smooth, put in one-third of the milk. Cook and stir till even, without lumps, and then put in the rest of the milk and stir well; add half a teaspoonful of salt, and put on the back of the stove.

Make six slices of toast; put one slice in the dish and put a spoonful of the white sauce over it, then put in another and another spoonful, and so on till all are in, and pour the sauce that is left over all.

If you want this extra nice, do not take quite so much butter, and use a pint of cream instead of the milk.








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Margaret's Cook Book

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