The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 18, 1957
Page 30
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BY SUSAN LOWE J *l«^It* p^ticel! It's SEE THE HOTPOINT RANGE THAT CALLS YOU WITH MUSIC WHEN THE ROAST IS DONE! 0 ,> to > « , once were in it, to do something venturesome with it. We love to bake ramethmg special in the line of bread and rolls * 65 ^ ° f breads We - fnduI 8 e ^ ' ' ' *?** C ° ffee ^ ke ' cin " amon bt ™ us anviinh n- 1 "? 5 '****?* tnm t0 *** breadso * >"* » just anything in bread baking keeps us happy " ' wh^Sn^ 6113 ? *?? *" ^"^y-'po^y coming up with a S<% which can be made either with yeast or as a quick bread. Another de- e might be a Hot Cross Loaf an innovation toLce the place of tie Hot Cross Buns we re accustomed to make at this reason of the year own h° m ^ ff u lnd j a TV*'* timeI J r after - Ea *ter suggestion for using your own homemade bread to help use up some of those hard-cooked eggs tht ffl dren have colored for Easter by serving Curried Eggs in Toast Rounl, spoonml as thevl in? ?' ""^ rf ' to ?. and se ™"g ^ a selection of cSmentf as they do in India, such as grated orange, coconut, chutney and chopped nuts. Then too, you can use your bread for making Toast Cups which you'll fill at times with chicken a la king creamed chipped beef, or with seafood. At other times' youll use them (sprinkled first with cinnamon and sugar) as cups for Fruited Cream Tartlets with a custard falling, topped with fruit of any sort and garnished with pecans or walnuts. They're simple as A-B"-C to make Simply roll bread slices to % inch thickness with rolling pm; trim off crusts; brush with melted butter; press into muffin tins, bake in moderate oven until browned x «A ^ Ve '^ e a " familiar w ' th *at poem of Robert Bums: A Mans a Man for a' That" ... well, a woman's a woman when she gets her hands into bread making! SWEET CINNAMON BUNS «w lilting strains of "Tenderly" automatically tell you when your meats are cooked-the way • you want them—tenderly! A musical dinner call—how practical! And, of course «s another Hotpoint exclusive. The automatic Meat Thermometer guards the cooking of your roast—triggers the tuneful signal when it's rare, medium, well-done, as you prefer. But that's only one of the amazing automatic features that make this Hotpoint the most automatic range ever designed. Automatic top-range cooking—guarding both time and temperature—features the Hotpoint Custom Cooker and Server, the most versatile cooking utensil ever provided. Every mnt automatically timed. Automatic cooking in both ovens. Super-Made Controls for complete «ase and accuracy of operation. All-porcelain finish— and the new silver-grey oven interiors mean much easier cleaning. See why you live better electrically with a Hotpoint Range. OF COURSE rrs A % cup milk ] /4 cup sugar J /4 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons shortening % cup warm, not hot, water (lukewarm for compressed yeast) 2 tablespoons sugar 2 pkgs. or cakes yeast, active dry or compressed 3 eggs, beaten 6 cups sifted flour to h-A/r in Sugar > salt and shortening. Cool tive -d^T £?«f Measure water (warm, not hot, for active dry yeast; lukewarm for comnressed 'v*>acM Q ^ "«§ s: a-- Self-basting Rota-Grill Ribs, chicken, juicy shish kebab are so simple on the revolving rotisserie barbecue. Gives foods that wonderful outdoor flavor 2S-cup Automatic Coffee-Perk. First time a truly big coffee-maker has been part of a range. Makes iVi gallons of coffee at once. | , '""' navor - ' «ons of coffee at once. HeclrteRanges.lleWgeratore.Art^^ ^^ FoodFreezers.AirCond.t.oners-Te.ev.s.on.HOTPO.NTCO. ,ADivision of ^^mc^^^'^^^ • tear or loss througb leaching. Thats because the i Order it, tod« y .

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