Rice pudding Recipe

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Rice pudding Recipe - These Standard Pure Food Product* I n»ur«...
These Standard Pure Food Product* I n»ur« Wholesome Nutritious Fooko HEALTH r FOODS OF ArpETIZJXO AKD.KOTIITIOUI fOODt C O N T R I B U T E D IT LOCAL fOOP lice and Tart Apple Pn'ddinf . C ··medium-sized-fart apples · 1 cup granulated sugar 1-2 lemon or orango rind liaising 2 cups boiled rice ' 2 tablespoons butter or otter Iff ·^1-4 teaspoon cinnamon t: 2 tablespoons sugar ; . * Paris and core the apples,. place them. in a sauce pan, .cover them i water, and add 1 cup of sugar i' «nd the lemon or orango rind. Cook 'the.apples until, they are nearly .lender, remove them from the sirup, and fill. Ibc. centers . with chopped ' r a i s i n s . - - P u t ' t h e - r i c e - i n a baking 'dish and place the slutted apples on the top of the rice. Boil the sir- up until it is reduced one-half, add the fat just before removing;- i* from iho stove, and pour the sirup over the apples nnd rice. Sprinkle the cinnamon and" the remainin sugar over the top and bake puddiuir for 20. jiiinutee. ' ' ' . ft. rika Mix the OhMN Custard ; cup. grated cheese , i /j cup cream or rich milk "Yolks of 2 eggs A pinch of salt and of pap- ._. cream and the cheese and heat until the cheese is melted. Bemovc v from the fire and add'the yolks of the eggs.. Bake in paper cases or buttered ramekins. Serve hot with ff liquid" sauce; Mrs. C. A. S. Indian Pnddinj Made With Crumbs .1 .cup fin«..crumbs (corn bread oT.whent bread) ] quart skim niilk ]-3 cup sugar ] /i eup molasses 2 tablespoons melted butter or other fat 1/i teaspoon ginger , % teaspoon .cloves ^teaspoon cinnamon ' SCald the crumbs in milk, add the other ingredients, and bake 1 1-2 hours in a slow oven. Mrs. C. R. Cinnamon Crisps 3-4 cup sugar S teaspoons baking powder 1-2'teaspoon salt 1-3 cup butter 1 1-2 cups flour "1 teaspoon cinnamon 1-3 cup condensed milk. Cream butter and sugar; add dry ingredients then milk. Roll thin, cut | in shapes and decorate with nuts. Mrs. R. T. V, Oatmtal Cookie. 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon taking powder 1 tablespoon butter 2 cups oatmeal Cream Cream butter * and sugar, add beaten eggs, and baking powder. Add oatmeal and drop from spoon on butcred pan. Baku in quick oven. · . Jlrs. A. D. E. BISCUIT COMPANY I Cookie. 1V4 cups sugar 3 eggs 1 cup butter Js'utmeg 3 tablespoons sour milk % teaspoon soda Flour Cream bntUr and sugar. Add ttcn eggs. Dissolve soda in sour milk and add nutmeg to taste. Add flour enough to. roll. Bake in quick oven. Mrs. M. C. J. Date Pnddini . 1 cup sugar 2 cjrgs (yolks) 2 'tablespoons flour (scant) 1 teaspoon baking powder. Pinch of salt 1 cup of dates, cut up 1 cup walnut meats, cut up and mixed with the. flour. Mix all ingredients together. AdO the bcaten'whitcs of. the egg last. Put in buttered pie plate and bake in moderate oven for about 20 min. utcs. Servo with whipped cream on top. Mrs. D. A. T. Cream Pudding 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon butter 2 cups flour ] /2 cup sweet milk 11/2 teaspoons baking p o w d e flavor and a little (alt Bake in two layers 1 cup sugar 1 pint milk J ,2 cup flour 2 .eggs (yolks) . Beat white of eggs for top and' brown. Mrs. B. B. S. Hominy Date Pudding 1 Hjup hominy grits 5 cups'milk (skim or whole) 1 teaspoon salt ' ] /s cup'sugar 1 cup chopped seeded dates 1 teaspoon vanilla Add. the salt and hominy grits to the milk and cook .in a double boiler 1 hour. Add ^wecting, dates and vanilla, nnd mix well. Cool before serving Mrs. 0. H. M. A only need. ables energy, almost do mines health. The «alad» diet; rined otherwise w.bere used added eh as the and ng used salads ed The the jether simple served not foods. In tables

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 11 May 1925, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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