Take flour as for making biscuit; add a cupful of yeast sponge, two well beaten eggs, a quart of luke-warm water, and a cupful of sugar. Salt and knead same as light dough and set to rise. When it is ready to make out, roll into thin cakes; place in well buttered pans and let it rise again. Bake to a light brown on top, and when done, spread a cream over it, as follows: White of an egg beaten to stiff froth; add teaspoonful of ground cinnamon, and a tablespoonful of granulated sugar. When this is done, put the bread again in the oven to dry the cream. This is delicious.