The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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CEREAL dtUNCH ICECREAM SANDWICHES 9 inch square pan 9 teroingi 2K cupt touted riee cereal X cup butter, melted 1 cupthredded coconut, chopped H cup finely chopped nut* I cup /irmly packed light brown sugar I quart vanilla ice cream Combine cereal, melted butter, coconut, nuts and brown sugar and mix well. Spread half of the mixture in the bottom of pan. Top with the vanilla toe cream, spreading it evenly over the cereal mixture. Spread remaining cereal mixture over ice cream. Freeze until firm. Cut in rectangles to serve. ON YOUR NEXT PURCHASE OF ANY SAG OF ftobbi HooCFIeur M MM pwdMM «f ItaMi Hw4 HMT by • cntomjr * yM^7tor?M «r MtaTM^raMTSMj! U*t in My oONr MMMT CMtfiMn fraud. CmlMm imat My My Mto In. H ntttmtt M •M Hill FSIIBISSMW^f} ^^—^ I'M fl*ab« 9tt BlAB^aMMll ^^^^^K^^ ^M^ a^M«^^i^^M MVlA ^ rw ™_— «^^^M^MJ»»^ vw »<^ \B^* c^ WM^MXBMBJ/ prawtMsj r" •••••••••• uH> CWplM to Mr MMMM w MM to RMto MM< HMT. M> M»7. •r «MM •IIMtl ^O 94TS prMr VB TMS U. TO PAMH.V Take this coupon to your grocer and save on the finest flour you ever bought! Discover how Robin Hood's High Protein Richness Gives You Better Baking for Everything! As a new school year starts, Home Ec'ers, like our girls above, are trying out an old or new recipe to serve to old or new friends. What surer way is there to date bait? The simplicity of these date baits will please you even more as the whirl of school activities goes into the football season.• To be sure of those after-the- game dances, gals, try some of these baits a few weeks before on those shy, secret heart-throbs. BARBECUED BEEF STEAK SANDWICHES Cut 2 pounds round steak (X inch thick) into suitable pieces for serving. Dredge with Hour and brown on both sides in hot lard. Shred 2 medium-sized onions and mix with 2 tablespoons vinegar, 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon salt, K teaspoon red pepper (if hot sauce is desired), X cup catsup. 1 teaspoon chili powder, and X cup water. Pour mixture over meat, cover, and sunnier about 2 hours or until tender. Add water to sauce as needed. Serve between toasted buns. Serves 8.

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