BEEF MOULD Ingredients A pound of boiled or roasted beef A large onion Two small or one large tomato Four ounces of bread crumbs An ounce of mint and celery An egg Salt and pepper Four cloves of garlic Two ounces of butter Method Mince the boiled meat. Cut the mint finely and only a part of celery in. Add this into the meat. Add a beaten egg, bread-crumbs, a teaspoon of salt, half a teaspoon of pepper, half a cup of stock, and four cloves. Mix. Cut into fine ring-tomatoes and onion. Grease the bowl with butter and spread tomatoes and onion into the bottom. Add over them the mixture and press with a knife. Put three lumps of butter on top of it. Cover with the grease paper. If you are using brown paper, spread butter on top of it and then steam. When it gets thick and rough at the top, take it off. It takes 3/4 of an hour to steam. When it cools, take it out from the bowl. This can be served with fine cut green salad. MACARONI & CHEESE Ingredients Four ounces of macaroni Four ounces of cheese Four ounces of milk Two eggs An ounce of butter Salt and pepper Mustard Tomato sauce Method Boil a pint of water with half a teaspoon of salt in it. When the water begins to boil, put macaroni in it and boil for two minutes. Cover the bowl, but keep it open a little. Grease the pie dish with butter. Grate the cheese and beat two eggs into it. Pour the milk slowly into it adding pepper, salt, mustard to make it tasty. Take off your macaroni and cool. Cover the bottom of the pie dish with macaroni and then put a layer of cheese and then spread tomato sauce over it. Repeat this process thrice. This should be kept half an inch down of the pie dish, otherwise while its bubbles it will flow out. Put four lumps of butter on four corners and one in the centre of the dish. Put the dish in an oven. This requires three quarter of an hour to get ready. GUAVA STEW WITH CUSTARD Ingredients Five or six big guavas Four ounces of sugar Two pieces of cinnamon A sour lime Red Cochineal if required, for colouring Two tablespoons of custard powder 10 ounces or half a pint of milk Two ounces of sugar Method Peel the guavas thinly and cut into two. Boil with one big cup of water in a bowl, until the seeds are on the point of coming out. Lower the flame. Let them cool and then with a spoon and knife take out the seeds and put in the same bowl again. Do not throw away the liquid. Add sugar, lime juice and cinnamon and mix into bowl, until they become soft. Heat milk. Mix two level tablespoonfuls of custard powder with a little water and pour into the hot milk. Before this, add sugar into the milk. Keep on stirring. After a little while, when it begins to thicken, take it off. Fruit should be served in a glass dish and custard in a jug. Both separately. When eating, pour custard over the fruit.