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Cherry Pudding
A nice pudding can be made by boiling one-half pint of rice half an hour in five times as much water, and pouring it boiling hot into one pint of wheat meal. Mix thoroughly, and place it in small spoonfuls in a nappy — a round earthen dish with flat bottom and sloping sides— interlaying it with a pint of cherries. Steam half or three-quarters of an hour. Serve warm, trimming it with melted sugar, or sweetened cherry-juice, or some other sweet sauce. This recipe can be used for such other small fruits in their season as will bear cooking enough to do the wheat-meal. Half an hour is the least that will answer for that purpose ; three- quarters of an hour is better.