The Chicago Clinic; And Pan-Therapeutic Journal Volume 23

The Chicago Clinic; And Pan-Therapeutic Journal Volume 23

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...and bake _ in the oven. Let the water be shallow in the pan that it may not run into the custard. i jellies made from gelatin are good and more often used, and the directions on the wrappers are the best to follow. Scraped beef balls may be served raw or cooked. Scrape the beef with silver spoon, crosswise of the grain. Make balls the size of a large walnut; dip in egg; fry rare, on hot buttered pan. If served raw, pepper and salt and spread on buttered toast. Plain puddings, desserts and ices, ice creams, etc., need no explanation as they are very common to all and are made by the simplest recipes. To make the gruels have the water boiling hot, salt and add enough cereal, slowly, to make of a thick, creamy consistency. Strain and serve with cream and sugar. Barley gruel needs to be cooked about thirty minutes. I trust the practical cook may draw enough from this article to prepare several meals for her patient, that he or she may enjoy them, and at the same time "derive strength and nourishmeng Most of the dishes mentioned are ones made in every home; the important thing is knowing what to give. (Continued in October number.) "n "I '1 STERILIZATION OF CRIMINALS. Official records show that mentally defective individuals have increased more than twice as rapidly in the last thirty years as has the total population. I 'We cannot deny our duty to care for these unfortunates, neither can they deny-our right to control their propagation--especially where a method is used which does not detract from them physically. It has been aptly said that the higher aim of philanthrophy is to prevent rather than to relieve or support a given condition. ' Fortunately the laity and profession are recognizing the necessity for controlling more

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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236985532
  • 9781236985538