To the white of 1 egg, allow 5 tablespoonfuls of powdered 6ugar. Put the sugar into the egg before beating it. Stir briskly in a deep bowl. Flavor to taste.

Boiled Icing

Boil 1 cup of sugar in water enough to cover it. Boil until ropy. When boiling pour on the unbeaten white of an egg and beat rapidly to a froth with a knife.

Boiled Icing

One-half cup of water, 2 cups of sugar. Boil till it strings. Beat in a pan set in cold water till it is cooled. Beat the whites of 2 eggs and stir into the sugar and water.

Frosting - Excellent

To the white of 1 egg add 4 tablespoons of powdered sugar, full. Mix sugar and egg without beating the egg. Beat together till the frosting drops from the spoon, and makes little mountains standing alone.

Icing For Cake

One-fourth pound of sugar to white of 1 egg. Beat the white to a froth. Add sugar and beat until stiff. Never fails.

Soft Frosting Without Eggs

One cup of sugar, 1/4 cup of sweet milk. Boil from 5 to 8 minutes. When it "hairs" it is done. (Take a little on the finger and press it) When it is partially cool add the flavoring. Beat very hard until white. If too thick to spread nicely, add a little milk.

Frosting For Any Cake

When white of 1 egg is beaten, stir in spoonful by spoonful 10 teaspoons of sifted pulverized sugar. Beat thoroughly. Spinkle in 1/8 of a teaspoon of Cream of tartar, add 1/3 of a teaspoon of water, drop by drop, stirring all the while.