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Margaret's Own Cake

Margaret's Own Cake

Margaret's mother named this cake for her, because she liked it so much to make it and to eat it. It is a very nice cake for little girls.

5 eggs.
1 cup granulated sugar.
1 cup of flour.
1 pinch of salt.
1/2 teaspoonful of lemon-juice, or vanilla.

Separate the eggs, and beat the yolks very light and foamy; then put in the sugar which you have sifted, a little at a time, and the flour in the same way, but put them in in turn, first sugar, then flour, and so on. Then put in the flavoring, and last fold in the whites of the eggs, beaten very stiff.

Bake in a buttered pan.






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Little Cook-Book: Pies
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