AMAN8A8 TMM, r.yeHevlBe. Art.. FrilMT. DESSERTS POPCORN P1B Dorothy Seamster 1104 East 14th St. Tulsa, Oklahoma Pepctri Cnat 1 pan (S oz.) pops-in-a-pan popcorn K cup light corn syrup 1 tablespoon butter Fop the popcorn, following (directions on the container. Cool it then crush it into small piece* ty putting in Â» bag or between wax paper and rolling with, a rolling pin. Put crushed popcorn in a bowl. Mix syrup- and butter together; cook to soft ball stage, (test in cold water or with candy thermometer T- 240 degrees.) Pour the syrup mixture over the popcorn stirring with a greased wooden spoon. Butter your fingers, then press the popcorn mixture firmly against bottom and sides of a 9 inch p i e plate. Refrigerate for 'A hour until the crust is set. Cherry FUltag 1 envelope gelatine 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons orange juice 2 cans (1 Ib. 5 oz.) cherry pie filling 1 drop red cake coloring 1 cup frozen whipped topping ,i teaspoon vanilla extract Mix gelatine with lemon and orange juice. Let stand for five minutes. Place over low heat: stir until gelatine is dissolved. Put one drop red cake coloring in the cherry filling. Combine the gelatine mixture with the cherry pie filling, folding gently so not to mash cherries. Pour into popcorn crust. Stir the vanilla into the whipped topping. Drop spoonfuls of the topping in the center of the cherry filling. Refrigerate until ready to ierve. Serves six or eight. HEAVENLY HALO MOLD M;iry Tipling R. R. 1 Pea Ridge. Ark. 1 Ib. can crushed pineapple 2 3 oz. pkgs, lemon gelatin 3 cups miniature marshmallows 2',i cups boiling water 1 cup heavy cream, whipped I loaf angel food cake (7x4x3 inch) cut in Vz inch cubes Drain pineapple, reserving 1 cup syrup. Dissolve gelatin and marshmallows in boiling water add reserved syrup. Chill until almost thickened. Whip: fold in pineapple, whipped cream and cake cubes. Pour into 10-inch tube pan or 3 quart ring mold. Chill until firm: umold on serving plate. Garnish with frosted grapes, grated orange rind and lemon leaves, if desired. 12 to 14 servings. SWEET POTATO PIE Mrs. D. H. Baugh . Morrow, Ark. 1 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 'Â· Â»A teaspoon cloves ' % teaspoon nutmeg J /4 teaspoon salt Z eggs 1% cups Carnation milk or cows cream Hi cups boiled peeled sweet potatoes beaten with electric mixer Blend sugar, spices and salt together. Beat eggs with milk or cream and combine with sugar, spices a n d sweet potatoes until smooth. Heat in sauce pan until almost boiling and pour into unbaked crust. Bake at 425 degrees 15 min- utes, reduce heat to 350 degrees, continue baking until knife comes out clean. (Delicious served with Â· whipped .cream). HASTY COBBLER Mrs. J. E. Monk Rt. 1. Box 31 Decatur, Ark. 'A cup sugar Vi cup thin cream or evaporated milk, undiluted 'A cup flour 1 tsp. baking powder Make thin batter of the above ingredients and pour in deep pan over a generous amount of butter. Do not spread batter. Pour sweetened fruit with extra amount of juice in middle of batter (1 qt. of berries or other fruit). Bake in hot oven, 450 degrees, until done. Canned berries or cherries have an extra amount of juice and make an excellent fruit for this. Rhubarb is also good. Any fruit may be used with extra juice added. batter wiU be stiff. Add apples, nuts and raisins. Bake in greased and floured pan (9x13) at 350 degrees for about 50 minutes. When cake is done and while still hot, brush with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar mixed together. SCRIPTURE CAKE Eileen Darlington R. R. 6 Fayetteville. Ark. 2 this. 1st Samuel-14:25 season to taste 2nd Chronicles-9:9 6 Jeremiah-17:ll 1 pinch of Leviticus-2:13 VA cups Judges-4:10 2 tsp. Amos-4:5 414 cups 1st King's-4:22 ]'/i cups Judges-5:25 2 cups Jeremiah-6:20 2 cups 1st Samuel-30:12 2 cups Mahom3:12 1 cup Numbers-17:8 Follow Solomon's prescription for making a good boy, using Proverbs-23:14 and you shall have a good cake. Bake in 375 degree oven for 50 or 60 minutes until done. Use tubular cake pan. APPLE COFFEE CAKE Mrs. Joe Carlisle 1740 Valley St. Burbank, Calif. 4 cups chopped apples 2 eggs (slightly beaten) 1% cups sugar 'A cup oil 2 tsp. vanilla 2 cups flour (sifted) 2 tsp. soda 2 tap. cinnamon 14 tsp. salt 1 cup nuts 1 cip raisins Sift all dry ingredients, add oil, eggs and vanilla. Mix well. In The KAPAKAI ROOM at 44 Different Cantonese - Polynetian - Japanese Dishe* Hiway 112 N. 442-2222 Open 5 P.M. - 9:30 P.M. Closed Monday Counting Calories? Count Produced and Processed in N.W. Arkansas SEWING . . . today's popular recipe for fun and thrift . . . Half the fun lies in the doing when you stitch up a wardrobe of fashions yourself. 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