Many Ways for Cooking Eggs

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Many Ways for Cooking Eggs
Mrs. S.T. Rorer (Sarah Tyson Heston)


MANY WAYS FOR COOKING EGGS

By Mrs. S.T. Rorer

Author of Mrs. Rorer's New Cook Book, Philadelphia Cook Book, Bread

and Bread-Making, and other Valuable Works on Cookery.


Contents[edit]

English Drawn Butter, Plain Hollandaise; Anchovy, Bechamel, Tarragon, Horseradish, Cream or White, Brown Butter, Perigueux, Tomato, Paprika, Curry, Italian
To Preserve Eggs, Egging and Crumbing, Shirred Eggs, Mexicana, On a Plate, de Lesseps, Meyerbeer, a la Reine, au Miroir, a la Paysanne, a la Trinidad, Rossini, Baked in Tomato Sauce, a la Martin, a la Valenciennes, Fillets, a la Suisse, with Nut-Brown Butter, Timbales, Coquelicot, Suzette, en Cocotte. Steamed in the Shell, Birds' Nests, Eggs en Panade, Egg Pudding, a la Bonne Femme, To Poach Eggs, Eggs Mirabeau, Norwegian, Prescourt, Courtland, Louisiana, Richmond, Hungarian, Nova Scotia, Lakme, Malikoff, Virginia, Japanese, a la Windsor, Buckingham, Poached on Fried Tomatoes, a la Finnois, a la Gretna, a l'Imperatrice, with Chestnuts, a la Regence, a la Livingstone, Mornay, Zanzibar, Monte Bello, a la Bourbon, Bernaise, a la Rorer, Benedict, To Hard-boil, Creole, Curried, Beauregard, Lafayette, Jefferson, Washington, au Gratin, Deviled, a la Tripe, a l'Aurore, a la Dauphin, a la Bennett, Brouilli, Scalloped, Farci, Balls, Deviled Salad, Japanese Hard, en Marinade, a la Polonnaise, a la Hyde, a la Vinaigrette, a la Russe, Lyonnaise, Croquettes, Chops, Plain Scrambled, Scrambled with Chipped Beef, Scrambled with Lettuce, Scrambled with Shrimps, Scrambled with Fresh Tomatoes, Scrambled with Rice and Tomato, Scrambled with Asparagus Tips, Egg Flip
Omelet with Asparagus Tips, with Green Peas, Havana, with Tomato Sauce, with Oysters, with Sweetbreads, with Tomatoes, with Ham, with Cheese, with Fine Herbs, Spanish, Jardiniere, with Fresh Mushrooms, O'Brien, with Potatoes
Omelet a la Washington, with Rum, Swiss Souffle, a la Duchesse, Souffle


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The author died in 1947, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.