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--COOK «KK OSGOOD PIE FOR HUBBY _ When Mrs. John W. Reeves starts to prepare a dessert she has several favorites of her family to choose from. For her husband, she baked her delicious Osgood Pie, while her 17-year-old son, Willis, liked his mother's chocolate puddingr. SEVERAL FAVORITES Reeves Family Likes Dessert By JEANETTE HOLEKAMP The John W. Reeves family has several tavorite desserts which tney would like to share. Reeves live it !K)6 Egan St., and Mr Reeves is a druggist. They have a daughter, Ann Ma rie. a. graduate ot -TSCW who is ru»' working at the Denver General Hospital in Denver, and son. Ebb Willis, who is a freshman at North To please the man of the house, Mrs. Reeves will bake his favorite Ogood Pie. To «uke this pie, Mrs. Reeves u^es: ; 2 cups sugar 4 eggs 1 cup raisins 1 cup chopped nuls 1-2 cup b buUcr o:fc vin 2 tabiespoo:fc vinegar or lemon juice 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg Cream butter and sugar, then add beaten egg yolks, nuts and raisins. Stir in beaten epg whites. Put in pie crust and bake slowly for 40 or 45 minutes at 325 de- · grees. The ingredients are enough for two pics. Mrs. Reeves has had this recipe for 15 or 20 years and was given to Ihe family by a friend.' The pie has a tart flavor, and the egg and cinnamon combine to form a delfcious crust. Seventeen-year-old Ebb Willis likes his mother to fix his favorite pudding which is chocolate and made with vanilla wafers. Mrs. Reeves uses an average sized box of vanilla wafers and: 3 egg yolks 2 cups sugar 2 tablespoons flour 1 1-2 squares of baking chocolate 2 cups milk 1 teaspoon vanilla Beat the egg yolks, add sugar and mix well. Then add melted chocolate. Hour, milk and the rest of the ingredients. Cook until the mixture thickens, not quite as thick as a regular pie tilling. Mrs. Reeves uses a large pyrex pie plate and »uU about half of the vanilla wafers or. the bottom and covers it with half of the chocolate pudding. Then add another layer of the wafers and add the rest of the chocolate. Cover the pudding with meringue, then bake in Th e slow oven until the meringue browns. Salads are popular with the Reeves family. They especially like a fruit salad to eat with chicken or other meats. Mrs. Reeves fixes her own salad dressing to mix with such fruits as a mixture of apples and bananas. 1 egg yolk 1 teaspoon sugar_ 1-4 to 1-2 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons flour 1-4 cup vinegar 1 tablespoon butter 1-2 cup milk Mix all ingredients together except the vinegar and heat. Add vinegar when the mixture is healed to avoid curdling the milk. Heat until as thick as desired. SHE BAKES HOT BISCUITS Mrs. Tomberline Also Makes Her By JASIMINE FRY Mrs. J. H. Tomberline, Jr., of Pilot Point likes to cook and her husband likes to eat. That, she says. Is sufficient reason to take A d the time and. trouble to make thc biscuits. | on j Uict . and mlx wlth an i ec A young matron, Mrs. Tomber- line has been cooking since she | was a tiny child following her; mother around the kitchen. She baked her first cake standing on apple crate so she could reach cabinet top. She likes home-made mayonnaise far better than any commercial type, and finds her recipe always successful. She makes two cups from the following measurements: Mayonnaise 1 egg I 3-4 cups salad on I teaspoon dry mustard

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  1. Denton Record-Chronicle,
  2. 30 Jan 1949, Sun,
  3. Page 24

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