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THE PITTSBURGH PRESS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5. 944 crumbs. The bread should be dry, but not hard.

It Is better not to use crusts. Measure butter and add to Pumpkin Pie Is As Healthful As It Is Qood To Eat Real Tasty Chicken Soup Richer, Better A Cube Makes A PlatefuL 537 I WITHOUT TEAKS I crumbs. Pour scalded milk onto crumbs and butter and let stand until milk Is cooled slightly, from five to ten minutes. Stir in salt and sugar and add beaten eggs. Add1 vinalla and turn into greased bak-1 No mos or teors 3h Cold Weather Is Just Around the Corner And Autumn's Pastry Is Its Herald By JOSEPHINE GIBSON Just around the corner is real cold weather, a fact that reminds us that pumpkin pie season is here again.

The arrival of brisk days always assures this favorite, hearty pie of an enthusiastic welcome at the family table. Pumpkin pie contributes real nourishment to the meal in which it is served. Rich in such healthful foods as milk, eggs, molasses and Wond ing dish or pan, or into individual for eosonmg roosry baking cups. Set in pan of hot rater, having water come up one inch around pan. Bake in a moderate oven of 350 degrees until a knife inserted in center comes out clean.

Do not overbake. The time will be about one hour for a large pan and pumpkin, you can serve this pie. 100K FOI THl j. ife HUE A Gl5gr5 i with the knowledge that It is furnishing a considerable amount of Waste Makes Sugar less lor individual puddings. onion FLAKES Cap Custards 2 cups milk 3 or 3 eggs teaspoon salt teaspoon vanilla run suear WASHINGTON Corncobs, sugarcane bagasse, flax shives, oat hulls, cottonseed hulls, and other farm wastes have all bee found to be satisfactory sources of sugars suitable for the manufacture of such industrial solvents as ethanol furfural, butanol and acetone, by a new process developed.

DEHYDRATED GARDEN FRESH these important foods. We all flinow the value of milk so we need not mention that, but the eggs and molasses you furnish your family when you serve pumpkin pies are among the richest food sources of iron (the mineral most often lacking in the if desired Scald milk. Beat eggs and add salt and sugar to them. Stir in hot milk slowly. Add vanilla and turm into greased custard cups.

Sprinkle tops with grated nutmeg, if desired. Bake as for above bread pudding. MUCH" WITH SEA FOODS in MOON.SHINC Wathlng Fluid is not only ideal laundering but alt tor cleaning refrigerators, uaboardt, vogotablo pant, pantries, and other Serve 40-Fathom Fillets! The simple, easy way to real ocean flavor Kitenan oejuipment perfect for brightening paints, onamol, por. lain, linoleum, tilo, glass and similar surfaces. sura to Jollota direction carefully.

Writ for your frso copy of our handy booklet of helpful houM. hold hint. Gibson diet) and the pumpkin itself is a veritable gold mine of Vitamin A (the same vitamin that makes butter a valuable fat). So if you are a bit low on butter, the Vitamin A supply for the family will be increased when you serve pumpkin pie. This fall canned pumpkin is on the ration list and so are all the other foods that go into the making of delicious pumpkin pie.

Shortening and flour for crust and all the ingredients for the filling are point free, so there are no barriers to the enjoyment of this traditional fall favorite. Another advantage of pumpkin pie in family meals is that, from the standpoint of the cook, it is a time saver. One can of pumpkin (the average No. 2'a can) makes three large pies, so when you make a batch of pumpkin pies you have the desserts ready to help with meals for several days. Pumpkin pies that are baked long and thor and body-building protein, vitamins and minarals.

Boned and waste-free, they're ready to cook. Ration-free! Look for the "40" on the wrapper. PENNSYLVANIA PUMPKIN PIE Decorated with pecan halves. MOON.SHINC CHEMICAL CO. Bldg.

11, Arsenal Terminal it 40th 4. Butler Poh- Pa. mound of whipped cream, with 1 teaspoon honey in center. filling. Bake in a hot oven of 450 degrees F.

for the first 15 minutes. After that reduce temperature to 325 degrees F. and continue baking until custard is firm, about 1 hour or more. To test for doneness, insert a clean knife in the filling. If it comes out clean, without any custard adhering to it, the pie is done.

40-FATHOM FISH. BOSTON rsTiTTi si 1 1 1 1 1 oughly, keep well and do not soak Pumpkin Cake (Another good dessert featuring pumpkin) cup shortening 1 cups sugar 2 eggs, well beaten 2 14 cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powd' 3i teaspoon salt teaspoon cinnamon teaspoon ginger teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup cooked pumpkin 4 cup milk Vi teaspoon soda iiiii.i iiimiiiiinni li'il the crust, so that you need have no hesitancy in making several at a time. There are many versions of this IH1MI IIMIIIIII II lllllll MM MMMMI II iIMm" favorite pie and we give here recipes that vary from the good old-fashioned variety known as Pennsylvania Pumpkin pie, which most of us grew up on, through a number of somewhat similar but less spicy pies, on the modern type, a chiffon pie. Pennsylvania Pumpkin Pie (See illustration) l'i cups cooked or canned pumpkin. 2 eerge.

1 Vi oups milk. 2 tablespoons flour. teaspoon salt. 2 tablespoons bakine molasc. 'i cup granulated sugar.

23 cup brown susrar. teaspoon cinnamon. teaspoon cloves. teaspoon allspice. teaspoon singer.

Mix egg yolks, pumpkin, flour and salt. Add molasses, sugar and milk. Stir in seasoning, and lastly fold in beaten egg whites. Pour into unbaked pie shell and bake in a Pumpkin Chiffon Pie 1 baked 9" pie shell 1 envelope plain gelatin (1 tablespoon) 4 tablespoons cold water 1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed 3 eggs, separated cup bottled milk of H. cup evap orated milk and 'i cup water 1 14 cups canned pumpkin 2 teaspoons cinnamon teaspoon ginger teaspoon allspice Ji teaspoon 6alt 3 tablespoons granulated susar 6S Cream the shortening and sugar together.

Add the well beaten eggs. Sift the flour, measure, resift with baking powder, salt, and spices added. Add this alternately with the cooked pumpkin which has been mixed with the milk and soda. If desired, cup chopped nut meats may be combined with the flour and spices before adding the pumpkin. Bake in a 350 degree F.

oven for 50 to 55 minutes for a loaf cake and 35 minutes for layers, or until done in either case. Feature Fresh Fruits Vegetables Soak gelatin in the water for 5 minutes. Combine the brown sugar, You'll be delighted with the quality of the Fruit and Vegetables you receive here at Triangle. Everything is just as you want it and the prices are in line with good quality merchandise always. egg yolks, miiK, pumpnin, cinna mon, ginger, allspice and salt in top of a double boiler and cook over boiling water, stirring constantly U.

S. No. I Size A MAINE POTATOES 50 $1-98 until thickened about 10 minutes. Remove, and add gelatin, stirring until thoroughly dissolved. Chill until mixture begins to set.

Beat the egg whites until quite stiff; Maine Katahadin variety. These potatoes are fancy table stock, two inch minimum size. Properly stored in a dry place they will keep from 45 to 60 days. Buy a bag now. i gradually add the granulated sugar while continuing to beat until stiff.

39c FANCY YELLOW ONIONS 10 V. S. No. Grade QUESTION Will you please give recipes for Bread Pudding- and Individual Custards? Mrs. J.

R. Bread Pudding 2 cups milk, scalded 1 cup soft bread crumbs or cubed dry bread 2 tablespoons butter 2 eggs, or 3 egf yolks teaspoon salt -H cup sugar teaspoon vanilla This amount serves four. Prepare Fold this meringue into the pumpkin mixture, pour into the baked hot oven of 450 degrees F. for about 10 minutes, until crust is set, then reduce heat to a slow oven of 325 degrees F. and bake for about Hi Makes one 10-inch pie.

Double the recipe to make three 9-inch pies. Decorate after baking "or during last half hour of baking with halves of pecans. 'Caramel Pecan Pumpkin Pie 2 'J cups pumpkin i cup cream 2 slightly beaten eggs 1 cup ugrar 1 tablespoon flour i teaspoon salt teaspoon cinnamon teaspoon nutmeg i teaspoon allspice 2 teaspoon lemon extract. Vi teaspoon vanilla extract tablespoon melted butter 1 unbaked pastry shell 3 cup pecans 'i cup butter 1 cup brown sugar Mix pumpkin, cream and eggs. Die shell and chill until set.

Makes one 9-inch pie. CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE JUMBO PASCAL CELERY DANISH SEED CABBAGE 2 head, 25c 2 25c 50 1.49 10c A Good Topping For Pumpkin Pie Top each serving with a small FIRM, GREEN PEPPERS I 3 29c APPLES RED DELICIOUS It has to be EXTRA GOOD "eat" as good as any apple you've A lunch box suggestion. They're sweet flavored and tasted in a long, long time. to be the choice of Blend the sugar, flour, salt, and spices and add to the pumpkin mixture, stirring well. Add ex 3 out of 4 tracts and melted butter and pour into an unbaked pastry shell.

Bake WASHINGTON TABLE PEARS 2 29c CALIFORNIA TABLE GRAPES 2 29c HONEY DEW MELONS 35c in hot oven of 425 degrees F. about Trust women fn tU. i 10 minutes; reduce heat to moder ce, prune juT- e- i instance, ate (350 degrees until filling is juice made from Preler. New Pack SWEET PEAS firm, or about 40 minutes. Cover filling with pecans which have been mixed with the cup butter and 1 cup brown sugar.

Place 2 No. 2 OCC Can, 15-oz. IQC Bottle 'it 25c ord-A cerum something for lax.ue effect under broiler until slightly car amelized. Makes one 9-inch pie. Rich Pumpkin Pie Recipe for one crust enrch yottrcootonq wtth mWKcS ctefaous MARGARINE DEMEMBER ffilSI Just two ounces of Oiuraselti will ffffffl Vfyff2ZCf provide one-half of your djily requirement of Vitamin A plus nearly two-thirds your daily requirement of Vitamin D.

Chumgold Margarine is the finer margarine the margarine smart women prefer for the tabic and for all cooking Flavorful as can be new 1944 pack. LIBBY'S PICKLES Look to Llbby lor perfection. PEANUT BUTTER Makes delicious sandwiches. Home-Style Radiant Ray frffljED 2 cups pumpkin, steamed or baked and mashed 1 cup light brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon (ringer 2 eggs, slightly beaten teaspoon salt 1 '4 cups milk cup cream 2 tablespoons melted butter 'It2 ee iraarl' "JUNKET RENNET POWDER isrO Make pastry for one crust, fit it into an 8-inch pan. Flute edge Look for This Sign of QUALITY FOODS On The Window of Your Neighborhood Grocer Heat oven to 450 degrees F.

Prepare pumpkin, forcing it through a strainer of there seem to be lumps in it. Add brown 2 25c Pkg. 10C JUNKET ABUTS sugar, spices and salt, mixing them GOLDEN BANTAM in well. Beat eggs, add to pumpkin, WHOLE KERNEL CORN wis? wm mrwixmm mmamne stir in milk, cream and melted butter. Ranger Joe Honey Wheat 2 Packages, 23c Post's 40 Bran Ffafces 2 29c can a -mm i 2 Place shell near stove.


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