The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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IY SUSAN lOWt HAWAIIAN DROP COOKIES Yield: 4'A dozen—2 M-inch diameter cookies X fraipoon mniUa extract X teaipoon almond extract X cup well-drained, crutned pineapple H cup finely chopped, thredded coconut you can depend — on the cleanest wash you can depend — on lint-free garments you can depend — on hot water savings 2 cupi lifted all purpose flour 2 teatpoont Clabber Girl Baking Powder H teaspoon tall H cup thorlen ing 1 M cup« lugar 1 *U Sift together flour, Baking Powder. and salt. Cream shortening, sugar, and extracts thoroughly. Beat in egg until mixture is fluffy. Blend in pineapple and dry ingredients. Drop by teaspoonfuls on ungreased cooky sheet 3 inches apart. Sprinkle with coconut. Bake in a 325" F, (slow) oven about 20 minutes. Cookies are better stored for 24 hours. Remember, It's the fresh Ingredients In your home-baked recipe that make your things taste better; stay fresh longer. 'Clabbrr Girl is now known exclusively as the baking, powder with the balanced double action. , -MAN AND INDIANA Turns bring you quick, safe relief., .because (hey neutralize only (he excess stomach acid... do not over-alkalize your stomach or upset your digestion. you can depend — on soap savings you can depend — on gentle washing you can depend — on low-cost upkeep you can depend — on long-life service- It's America's most dependable automatic. This Model 91 Speed Queen is America's most dependable WRINGER Washer. It has a sparkling, bowl-shaped Stainless Steel Tub guaranteed for a lifetime— a massive, self-adjusting aluminum wringer—an automatic Timer clock—'and many other exclusive Speed Queen features. See these superior washers at your Speed Queen dealer — or write to SPEED QUEEN, A Division of McGraw-Edison Co., Ripon, Wis. 91 A\BOUT the time spring fryers and broilers are ready, we Americans develop a terrifld yearning for chicken in all its forms. But America cannot take the credit for originating an appetite for chicken as this adventurous bird came out of Asia's jungles centuries ago to cast its lot with mankind and to become'a favorite dish. The cooks of every nation have a flair for giving chicken dishes a subtle flavor, characteristic of their own cooking customs . . . The Chinese use pineapple cubes in their Chicken Cantonese .. . Australians serve chicken in casserole style adding nutmeg, mace, grated rind of lemon, then placing rashers of bacon on top. Tourists who have made a cook's tour of sunny Italy return singing praises of Polio Pranza or Cacciatore which Italians relish when cooked with ripe olives or pinenuts ... In France, frugal cooks in provincial cottages and master chefs in Paris or Lyons alike combine sauces and seasoning with loving care to make prosaic food ambrosial — their chicken served Hunter's Style is a gourmet's'delight. . . Hungary has Chicken Paprika. Great Britain may possibly be credited with having created the Chicken Pie but their Chicken Pie is unique in that it incorporates hard cooked eggs and is spiced with ginger . . . The food of the German people is rich, filling and varied — with them a popular dish is Frika- seete Hcnne or Fricasseed Chicken in which onion, pepper-corn,' cloves and a tip of bayleaf are combined with egg yolks and cream in making the gravy. In the Scandinavian countries chicken is molded in aspic in Norway ... in Denmark roast chicken is stuffed with parsley . . . and in Sweden, Chicken Fricassee is made with Almond Gravy. In Mexico red peppers, sesame seed and chocolate are combined in a siveet but fiery sauce that is poured over stewed chicken. Well, to each his own — back here in our own country probably Southern fried chicken rates first in favor, although Chicken in the Basket is certainly a close contender. Fricasseed . . . roasted . . . barbecued . . . en casserole — all are favorites. For something a bit out of the ordinary, try a Pinwheel Chicken Casserole with baking powder biscuit dough rolled out, sprinkled with chopped parsley, and rolled up jelly-roll fashion, then cut and baked on top of the chicken casserole . . . Chicken Filling in Parmesan Cream Puffs (made like cream puffs but with % cup grated Parmesan Cheese added) has striking appeal . . . Pressed Chicken is always popular for a church affair . .. Hot Chicken Salad is perfect for a club gathering. It's no wonder chicken is a favorite dish in any language of the world today! POLLO CACCIATORE (Chicken Hunter's Style) ready-to-cook chicken, 3& 2Ms to 3 Ibs. disjointed cup olive oil, scant l teaspoon paprika 1 finely sliced onion Vt cups canned tomatoes or 8 medium tomatoes clove-garlic teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper . Dry chicken. Cook gently in hot olive oil until well browned. Sprinkle with paprika to aid browning. Turn occasionally to brown evenly. Spoon off 2 or 3 tablespoons of ptf Add onions, tomatoes, garlic, salt and pep- P K F ' i C £ y t r il * hi }y and simmer until chicken is tender, about % hour. If sauce is watery, remove chicken and simmer sauce for several minutes to thicken it. Return chicken to sauce. Remove garlic. Serves 5 4w *!?*? : Flo " r> brown and cook giblets and neck with the chicken. If desired, before serving, cut neck in 3 sections and slice gizzard, heart and liver meat into thin slices and serve all m the sauce.

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