Natalie Talmadge Keaton


Skin half a grapefruit and place in a cocktail glass. Sprinkle with teaspoonful of sugar and cover with loganberry juice. This gains in flavor in proportion to the care with which the grapefruit is prepared because the blend with the loganberry is the secret of its delight.


Marshmallow Sweets

Irene Castle

Boil some sweet potatoes. Mash and mix in a little cream and a good-sized lump of butter. Place in a Pyrex baking-dish and bake until brown. Remove and cover top with marshmallows; put in the oven again and just let them get a rich brown on top.


Corn Pudding

Charlotte Lombard Cobb (Mrs. Ty Cobb)

2 cans corn

2 large green peppers

1 tablespoonful of butter

cupful of sweet milk

teaspoonful of black pepper

Salt to taste

Cut peppers into small pieces and mix with corn and other ingredients; bake in slow oven until firm. Keep stirring.



Recipes courtesy Favorite Recipes of Famous Women by Florence Stratton, New York: Harper and Bros. 1925.