The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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r WHETHER you're having Wends in to share a television spectacular, to play a game of Scrabble, or just for an old-fashioned chat, yotiTl want something interesting to serve before they depart. If you're looking for the kind of lunch one can eat in his chair without missing a bit of Lawrence Welk or the Ed Sullivan Show, a three decker toasted sandwich is the kind everyone enjoys along with a cup of steaming coffee, for into it goes cheese, bacon, tomatoes, ripe olives, and relishes, Or you might serve a snack and a mug of hot chocolate. Buffet platters for TV gatherings, bridge parties, and the like are easy on the hostess and fun for the guests. Such a platter might consist of cold turkey and ham cornucopias Blled with zesty potato salad, and colorful whole spiced peaches .... For late evening suppers you might serve blueberry pancakes and sausages — a truly great combination .... Another idea for the late lunch is scrambled eggs served on a toasted English muffin, topped with slices of avocado Or for something that appears tricky, Bar-B-Ouicks are the answer. The Bar-B-Quick is fun to make — you merely cut luncheon meat crosswise in strips and simmer in a sauce made with cider vinegar, butter, brown sugar, tomato paste, and seasonings. Spear each piece of meat with a small skewer. Base your refreshments upon the occasion, upon your guests, and upon your own inclination and you're sure to receive top rating as a TV hostess. Want a good BAKE OLD-FASHIONED PPLESAUCE CAKE! Hug? Yes, it's something to make a husband feel warmly sentimental — a beautiful, spicy- fragrant cake with that old-time homemade goodness! It's moist, fruity, crunchy with nuts — so richly delicious! And everything you bake with Robin Hood Flour is wonderful to eat. It's the one flour you need. You see, Robin Hood is made from \ a variety of choice wheats ... combined with special care and skill to give you best results with one flour for all your baking. Get Robin Hood Flour today and bake this irresistible Old-Fashioned Applesauce Cake. Use Robin Hood in everything you bake. Look for Rabin Hood Homemaktrt' Club ttampt in every, bag of Robin Hood Flour. Save up to 50% on famou* name brand merchandise. Try Rita Martin's ROBIN HOOD Old fashioned Applesauce Cake % cup soft shortening \V* cups granulated sugar 1 cup brown sugar (packed) 9 eggs 1V4 cup thick, unsweetened applesauce Yt cup water 3 cups sifted ROBIN HOOD All-Purpose Flour >/2 tsp. baking powder 1 % tsp. soda 1 >/4 tsp. cinnamon Yt tsp. cloves % tsp, allspice V* tsp. nutmeg 1 % ftp. salt 1 Yt cup* broken walnuts 1 Yt cups cut dates . or raisins (or half of each) CREAM ADD.. $TIR .. BLEND POUR. BAKI . COOL. FROST . shortening, sugars, eggs. . applesauce, mixing well . sifted dry ingredients into mixture alternating with water. , fruit and nuts into batter. (Grind dates mid raisins if desired) . into greased and floured 9 x 13-inch pan. . ip moderate oven (350°) for 55-W minutes, fin pan. , in pan with your favorite Penuche m Caramel Frosting. If desired, leaveun-iced or just sprinkle a bit of powdered sugar over top. Tor special occasions, remove from pan to frost top and sides. NIPPY CHEESE TOASTIES 6 hamburger buns, cut in half % pound sharp cheese % cup stuffed olives % cup green pepper 5-6 servings 1 1 small onion hard cooked egg can tomato soup tablespoon melted butter Grind toge"ther the cheese, olives, green pepper, onion and hard cooked egg. Stir into this mixture Vz can tomato soup and 1 tablespoon melted butter. Cut hamburger buns in half, butter. Spread cheese mixture on cut buns and place under broiler. Broil about 10 minutes or until cheese becomes puffy and slightly brown. /x^Robin Hood Flour BLUEBERRY PANCAKES l /t cups sifted all-purpose flour 5 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp, salt 2 tbsp. sugar >/4 tsp. cinnamon 2 eggs 2 cups milk >/4 cup melted shortening or salad oil 1 cup drained blueberries (fresh, frozen . or canned) SIFT dry ingredients into mixing bowl. COMBJNE . eggs, milk and shortening. ADD . , , . . combined liquids to dry ingredients, stirring just until all flour is moistened, Fold in blueberries. POUR ... ¥4 cup better in rounds on hot ungreasetl griddle. BAKE .... until upper side is bubbly' and puffy- Turn and bake other side. SERVE .... hot with blueberry sauce or maple syrup. YIELD .... 12 to 1§ 4-inch pancakes.

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