The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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If* • •V*. JSimmer;butt. jn :water to •3I'V cover .until tender, about 45 . minutes''per; pound. e Cut , into eight slices. '(Use rest of f butt for Sandwiches or' for- dicing,and scrambling ^ with CMS'.) Lay slices in a. ,,large, shallow parir Mix tp- ; getter,;'brown' sugar, vine, gar;, mustard." .Cut pine-, apple -, slices-'in half, and ,:place^ one /piece -on each slice;of*meat.-Spoon sauce , over joieajL and fruit and - /broil ,3 inches from heat un-' ; : til, glazed, 5^tb 10 minutes; basting once, or twice! ^Garnish with maraschino cherries. 8 servings. '. • ' ' GLAZED BONELESS BUTT **> i ' . 1 smoked boneless butt . (about 2 pounds) •• , Vi cup brown sugar, firmly packed , ,3 tablespoons vinegar 2 , teaspoons prepared • mustard , 7 4 slices pineapple easy does it Recipe on package 1 \ *" * ** *" "* ^ / ;V->,>^*;V The most important thing about It's the balance of Ingredients In baking powder that governs its leavening action. Only when theoeare scientifically balanced can you be aure of uniform action in the mixing bowl plus that final rlae to light and fluffy texture In the oven .. . That'* the mtory of Clabber Gir|'» balanced double action.' ' V ' Breakfast, tot Lunch for kauy-up Bmnehl Here's the kind of old-time Buttermilk Pancakes Grandma > used to whip up! Golden, tender and fluffy... rich in old-fashioned buttermilk goodness! When you use Robin Hood Flour you can expect perfectly wonderful results with all your baking. Bread, biscuits, cakes, pies ... everything bakes \ip to perfection* That's because Robin Hood is made irom a variety of choice wheats ,.. combined with special care and, skill to give you _ best results with one flour for all your baking. Try it next time you bake. BUTTERMILK PANCAKE S Try Rita Martin's ROBIN HOOD -I I I Buttewilk Look for Robin Hood Homemaken' Club stamps In every bag of Robin Hood Flour. Save up to SOX %n famous name brand merchandise. 2 cups sifted ROBIN HOOD Ail-Purpose Flour V4 cup sugar 2 eggs • 1 ftp. soda 2y 4 cups buttermilk or sour milk 1 tsp. salt i/| cup melted shortening or salad oil SIFT ..... dry ingredients together into bowl. ADD eggs, buttermilk and shortening. •EAT with rotary beater until smooth. POUR.... Ji-cup batter into rounds on hot griddle. (Grease griddle lightly for first pancakes only.) BAKE .... until puffy and bubbly. Turn and bake other side. SERVE.... hot with butter and maple syrup. VIEUD .... 14—6' pancakes. Sitne fine fiber fa Flour ew

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