The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

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Two unusual relish treatments that go well with meat and vegetable combinations are soft dried figs stuffed with cubes of sharp cheese and pitted ripe olives threaded on thin carrot sticks. HORNS OF PLENTY 1 tablespoon instant minced onion or, 3 tablespoons finely chopped raw onion 2 tablespoons broth 1 tablespoon chopped pimtento K teaspoon garlic powder or, 1 crushed clone garlic 2 tablespoons sweet pickle relish 2 tablespoons wine vinegar 3 tablespoons salad oil Ji teaspoon salt K teaspoon sugar 1 or 2 (No. 303) cans blue lake green beans Sliced baked ham or turkey Spiced peaches Measure instant minced onion into broth. Combine all ingredients except green beahs, ham and spiced peaches. Drain beans; combine with marinade and let stand several hours. When ready to serve, roll ham or turkey into cornucopias; hold together with toothpicks, if necessary. Fill each cornucopia with beans. Serve as salad or entree with hot or cold spiced peaches. Makes 6 to 12 servings. PEACHES JUBILEE IN A CRUST 8 cup sifted all-purpose four • , fi cup soft butter 6 sugar-cubes Lemon or orange extract 1 (No, 2£) can cling peach slices Pastry (basis 1 cup four) 1 tablespoon four % cup brown sugar (packed) Drain peaches thoroughly. Lane a 9-inch pan with pastry and rub 1 tablespoon flour in bottom. Turn peaches into pan. Blend sugar, flour and butter together until crumbly. Sprinkle over peaches. Bake in hot oven (425 degrees F.) 25 to 35 minutes, until pastry is well browned and topping crisp and browned, Arrange sugar cubes in circle on top of warm pie. Drizzle lemon or orange extract over sugar and ignite cubes. Serve at once. *•> tDuring certain convention periods, all available Ch> cage hotel rooms an frequently taken. The Hamilton guarantees (with advance notice) reservations anytime of the year to you, the preferred guest. Ask for your "Preferred Guest Card", today ... at ne obligation. ^ FREE TV a*w$ HOTEL Prtttrrtd by aittii i» CHICAGO IN KANSAS COT IfftTNE MUMIVI MOTEL 100% AIR-CONDITIONED Gold Ribbon Winner at Wisconsin State Fair gives you her recipe for Dealer's Choice Rolls "I'm a real recipe doodler," says Mrs. Franklin Gauer of Milwaukee, who won the new Gold Ribbon for yeast baking at the Wisconsin State Fair. "And my 'Dealer's Choice Rolls' can be made into twists, cloverleafs, whatever you like. Just be sure you use Fleischmann's . Active Dry Yeast—the kind we prize- winning cooks use. It's so fresh and fast rising your baking's bound to come out perfect!" Doalor's Choieo Rolls 2 packages Fteischmann's Active Dry Yeast V4 cup warm, not hot, water Vi cup milk Dissolve yeast in warm water. Scald milk, stir in sugar, salt and shortening. Cool to lukewarm. Stir in lykewarm milk mixture. Add beaten eggs and 3 cups flour. Beat until smooth. Add additional flour. Turn out on board and knead lightly. Place in greased bowl. Cover and let rise until doubled in bulk. Punch down and let rise again. Turn out on floured board and roll out about % inch thick. Cut into rounds with 2>/i- inch cooky cutter. Crease each round with dull edge of knife to one side of center. Brush lightly ANOTMIR FINt PRODUCT OF STANDARD RRANDS INCORPORATED f Vi cup sugar 1 Vi teaspopns salt V4 cup shortening 2 eggs, beaten , 5 cups sifted flour with melted margarine or butter. Fold larger side over smaller so edges just meet. Place close together in greased and floured pan. Cover and let rise until light, about .30 minutes. Bake in moderately hot oven (375°F.) about 20 to 25 minutes. Known brands are known values A Brand Name u a maker's reputation CONttDKNCB BRAND NAMES MAND NAMES FOUNDATION, INC. • 4)7 FIFTH AVENUE, NFAV YORK 16. N. Y. KANSAS CITY MO I BUSINESSMEN, <Hf* .EXECUTIVES, 0 FAMILIES During certain Convention periods, all available Kansas City hotel rooms are frequently taken. You can be assured of comfortable accommodations in Kansas City, by writ* ing for your FREE "Preferred Guest Card" from the Bellerive Hotel, today. The Bellerive—preferred by the family, and business executives for convenience and courteous hospitality «t sensible rates—guarantees (with advance notice) reservations anytime of the year to you, the preferred guest. Ask for your "Preferred Guest Card**, today ... at no obligation. Free Radio * television set in every Room. HaSI BntLLKRIVE 214 EMI Armour at Warwick Boulevard IN CMICAOO ITS 1MI HAMILTON MOTH II S. Dearborn Strati

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