Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 53
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WOKTHWMTT AMCAMIM max nnttnmt. Ant a, im-n Fireplace Feasting With Steaks Care mem wtth BO room partitions enjoyed meat cocked ·ver *· ipe« lire in Ikelr llv- tog ourten and now tkere Is · trend toward m»re of tkte type feasting! Today's fireplace cookery eqaipment may be found ta tke kitchen, t k e family room, tke living r«on, the patio *r tke backyard. Tke occasion makes no difference. It's frequently in ep- eration for breakfast, loncb, dinner or naek time. Ham, Iwt dogs, bacon, pork chops, beet steaks, tambwgers, sparerlbs, popcorn or Bursh- mallows -- a grin U tke fireplace ls a fan ckotee for cooking them. A few reminders make the grilling easy. Shape heavy dnty alnmnam foil to form a shallow pan for placing wider the grin. This will catch the askes aid any drippings, making it easier to keep the fireplace clean. Use enongh briqnets to keep t k e beat at a moderate rather thai hot temperatnre at the snrfaee of tke food. It win cook more mnlformly, and meat cooked at a moderate temperatnre will lose fewer drippings and be racre jnlcy. A moderate temperature also mean less taming and l e s s watcking daring grilling. A bit of experimenting will toon skow kow kot tke fire shonld be. TENNESSEE STACK CAKE Elaine Crowder Collins 1300 Rolling Hills Drive Fayetteville, Ark. Cake 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 egg Vz cup soft shortening 'A cup buttermilk 1 cup sugar '/2 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla Sift the d r y ingredients together. Cream the shortening and sugar until light and fluffy. Add sifted dry ingredients, the egg, buttermilk and vanilla. Work into a stiff dough. Divide into seven equal portions. Roll each portion out to S or 9 inches in diameter. Make cure each portion is exactly the same size. Bake on wax paper placed on a flat cookie sheet about 5 minutes or until golden brown in a 450 degree F. oven. Cool slightly and remove wax paper from cake. Filling pound dried apples cup brown sugar cup white sugar teaspoons cinnamon teaspoon ground cloves teaspoon ground allspice Rehydrate trie dried apples and cook until very tender in a rninumum of water or apple juice. Mash the apples and add the sugars and spices. B l e n d thoroughly. Place Approximately % cup of filling on each of six of the layers of cake saving one layer for the top. Assemble the layers as for a torte. The Tennessee Stack Cake is at its best when allowed to ripen overnight tightly covered. Alternate Filling 2 S ounce packages of dehydrated apples 1 cup dehydrated applcbutter 1 tablespoon Pumpkin Pie Spice % cup brown sugar '4 cup white sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon a pinch of nutmeg Proceed as above. 1 1 Vt 2 '/i ',4 BANANA PIE Mrs. Patricia George Rt. 1 Box 137 Elkins, Ark. 1 cup sugar (cook) 5 tablsps. flour 1V4 cups water 3 tablsps. butter 2 egg yolks 1 Up. vanilla 2 bananas Cook sugar, flour, and water till thick. Then put in the egg yolks, butter, and vanilla. When cool fold in the bananas, and whip the egg whites till stiff, then fold in. It is real good. If too m u c h flour put in mort water. Vt 4 20 1 r/2 4 2V4 1 DESSERTS FRUIT CAKE Lucille Jones Prairie Grove, Ark. 2 cups sugar Ib. olco eggs slices orange candy Ib. dates cups nuts cups flour cups butter milk tsp. soda Dice orange slices and dates. Run nuts through grinder. Take one cup flour, put each nuts, candy and dates in separate dishes. Use flour to cover each. Mix oleo and sugar well, then one egg beat until all eggs are used. Mix flour and soda together. Mix buttermilk then flour until all mixed then stir in the first hand full of each until all is mixed. Use a 10 inch tube pan. Bake at 300 de- frees for three hours. Glaze 1 cup light corn syrup 1 cup dark corn syrup 1 cup orange juice Mix. Bring to a boil then cool. Spread on cake by spoonsful until all is used. BUTTERMILK CAKE Louella Reed 410 East McCormick Prairie Grove, Ark. 3 cups sugar 3 cups flour 6 eggs 1 cup Crisco shortening 1 cup buttermilk K Up. soda 'A tsp. salt 1 tsp. lemon flavoring Beat egg yolks, sugar, and fat all together until creamy. Add buttermilk and flour, beat all together. Add soda, salt and flavoring, beat about 20 minutes with electric beater. Fold in beaten egg whites. Bake in greased 10 inch cake pan at 325 degrees for Vk hr. mashed bananas. Sift flour, baking powder and salt together, add alternately with sour mixture. Beat egg whites with soda until stiff, fold into mixture, blend in vanilla. Bake at 375 degrees 30 or 40 minutes. Northwest Arkaiues' Largest Collection of QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN STOR In VIVI1 HILLS BANANA CAKE Mrs. Violet Bowling 518 S. College Ave. Fayetteville, Ark. 'A cup shortening VA cups sugar 2 eggs, separated 1 cup bananas 1 Up. baking powder 1 Up. soda % Up. salt % cup sour milk 2 cups sifted flour Cream s h o r t e n i n g sugar, add egg yolks and and WHY SWEAT IT? WE FIX SUNDAY DINNER Seven Doys A Week COLONEL SANDERS 1 RECIPE BURGER BROIL 514 N. College Phone 442-5481 Quality Quality Quality (it costs so little) · 12 diagonal picture . . . Lightweight Super Compact Molded Cabinet 4 Colors Perfect for Porch, Patio, Den, Bedroom ENTERPRISE 2333 N. College 44J-I575 HANDCRAFTED PORTABLE TV See It Now

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