The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 23
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**»"*» *r«*."* vt *"»"> ""wi* «**»*• •""*-•*•*«»•* -«>*••* *••••*• «• Anthony, Kan*o», toonion enjoys cooMnff /or friends Official at Kansas State Faff Congratulates Cook on Special Award Congratulations are in order for Mrs. Casper Bife ... and Virgil Miller, Kansas State Fair official, does the honors! Mrs. Rife won three prizes— including the famous Governor's award-inlastfall'sState Fair cooking competition. Mrs. Rife enjoys making special dishes for friends, and enjoys using, Fleischmahn's ^Active Dry Yeast, too. "I like the way it stays fresh for months," she says. '-'That means I can keep a supply handy-readyto use anytime." And now there's a quick new way to cook with Fleisch- mann's Active Dry Yeast just add it to biscuit mix for realltalian pizza crust and lots of other yeast-raised treats. Now it's easy to get the won- derfur flavor that only yeast can give. So if you bake at home get a supply of Fleisch- ^marin's Active Dry Yeast, the fastest and finest there is. And try the new yeast and biscuit mik recipes on the package. Another Fine Product of Stindird Brands Inc. • BrandNam * is a maker's reputation <:aMru»Nc« BRAND NAMES MTlirACTION •RANK NAMES FOUNDATION, toe. 437 riFTM AVINUC. NEW YORK 16'. N. V. a servin {.Compare the cost of Clabber Girl, ounce for ounce, with that of other leading brands .. You'll be surprised I Clabber Girl Is exclusively known asr the-baking powder with the balanced double action ... balanced .for uniformity in both mixing bowl and oven. BALANCED Double Action Me*n» BETTER Baking Recipe on package HEARING IMPROVED . Wonderful relief from years of (afferinK from poor hcftrinx and mlswraWe. ear noteca. caused by catarrh of the bead! THERE'S nothing that whets the appetite more than the aroma of savory meat, a pot of baked beans' or a hearty casserole on a wintry day.:. And on the whole, most dishes of this sort are relatively easy to prepare. ^Take Barbecued Short Ribs for .instance -— there,isn't much last-minute .cooking .fuss ..with these. Like many ".other meats, they ,. are most lender when simmered in a sauce • or Bother liquid several Jhours. All .Morn needs to do is brown the meat, prepare and add a bartiecue sauce, and cook the short rib mixture over low heat.. After several hours of cooking, the short ribs are ready to . be servecTover hot; fluffy rice, accompanied •'-'with chilled, orange, and apple slices and ....,corn meal mufBris. vv '•-,' >•* 4 ' . , You've made beef,stew before, of course,, but have you ever tried- adding, ginger to J give this stew:^an, Oriental-accent? Add^a' few water chestauts, strips of bright green peppers'and bits, of pineapple and your stew v will,don T a new ogress!' - ' 'VpsideDown Ham Loaf is as* much fun to .make as an upsideidown -cake., When simple Elmo Palliative BOMB TREATMENT. This_may be tte anmwjr to your prayer. NOTHING TO WEAR. HerTwe SOME of the symptoms that may likely to with your eatarrhal deaf » ness and ear noises: Mucus dropping in throat. Head feels stopped' up by mucus. Mucus in nose or throat erery *• day. Hear—but don't understand words. Hear better on clear day*--woMeo» rainy days, or with a cold. Ear noises UfcTericketo. beUs, whistles. cllcWwt oc escapin* steam or other*. If your eondt Uon is caused by catarrh of the head, you. too, may enjoy wonderful relief ^%'^ ta w'.^^DtY W Fo| I^O^^^^^COVAHY DEPT. WOI, DAVENrORT, IOWA ,*•<•,; it's baked you turn/the pan upside down on your plattei: and this good-sized .ham loaf slips out,/topped with pineappte; ; ; The handy stnoksdlportiShoulder butt, with its delightful ham^efiavor, provides another key to good 'winter; meals. >For a weekday dinner this cuttisTdelicious when simmered in water until:tender, : then sliced and served with;a choice of^vegetables, For an extra .special dinner br 5 a, Sunday treat, the butt may be.cooked,;thfen;broiled. with a fruit topping a^aLiapp^ sauce. For an economy buy./.you^ can/turn a beef pot roast into Quick Sauerbraten with Raisins, giving it a.sweet spur^saucejwith a flavor .resembling' bld : fashi6ned ; sauerbraten... Two Way Rpu^d Steak K another "money-saver. For this"buy a thick 'piece of round steak and cut !iri half ifor^two .different meat dishes. Use the bonerm piece for a Swiss Steak; cut the 'remaining piece into'individual servings for/.a.second good beef dish: Barbecuedi Round•Steak^ ,' - : : -Hearty meals are needed these(days! QUICK SAUERBRATEN WITH RAISINS 1 tablespoon brown sugar Vfc teaspoon cinnamon Vi teaspoon allspice v 14 teaspoon ground cloves Vi cup raisins •3 to 4 pounds chuck pot roost— Salt, lard 2 medium onions 1 bay leaf '/4 cup water V* cup vinegar ~ > Sprinkle roast with salt; brown in 2 tablespoons hot lard in a Dutch oven or other large, heavy utensil. Top with sliced onions and bay leaf. Combine^water and vinegar and in this dissolve sugar; add seasonings and pour over meat. Cover and cook over low heat until almost tender, about 2 hours, adding more water as needed. Turn meat and top with raisins._ Cover and continue cooking until meat is tender, 30 to 60 minutes. Remove roast to a serving platter, Spoon off most of fat, dilute liquid with water, if necessary,-and thjcken with a flour paste.

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