An old-fashioned Creole Apple Dumpling, much to the taste of little children, is made by dropping the Dumplings into the boiling water without wrapping them in cloths. After they have boiled an hour, beat one Large kitchenspoonful of butter and two of sugar to a thick cream, and stir into the water with the Dumplings. Add one cup of seeded raisins and the grated zest of one orange. Let all boil twenty minutes longer. Put the Dumplings into a dish, pour the sauce over, and serve hot or cold.