Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 58
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mats. **.. f*««f. at. mt_ DESSERTS VERY BERttY IEMON CAKE Mrs. Paul Flowers 1129 So. College 1'ayettcville. Ark. 1 can (15 oz.) blueberries m heavy syrup or 1 cup blueberries 1 package (17 oz.) Pillsbury lemon batter cake mix 1 carton (8 ot.) plain yogurt or dairy sour cream 4 eggs powdered sugar Reserve blueberry syrup. Drain blueberries reserve 1 cup syrup for sauce. Rinse blueberries, drain well. In larger mixing bowl combine dry cake mix, -yogurt and eggs. Blend 1 minute at low s p e e d . Beat 2 minutes at medium speed scraping sides of Ixml occasionally, carefully fold in well d r a i n e d blueberries. Pour batter into a generously greased and lightly floured 10 inch tube pan. B a k e at :!5i d e g r e e s for 35 to 45 minutes until top springs back when touched lightly in center. Cool cake 15 minutes before removing from pan. Cool completely. Sprinkle w i t h powdered sugar. Serve with sauce and if desired w i t h whipped cream. Blueberry Sauce '·i cup sugar 1 tablespoon cornstarcli In small sauce pan combine suiiar with cornstarch. Gradu- a l l y stir in liquid from blue- hcrrics. (add water to make 1 cup if necessary). Bring to a boil over medium heat. S t i r constantly until thick and clear. AUNT MILDRED'S DELIGHT Mollie Haley Wilson 204 No. Kast Street Fayetteville, Ark. 1 stick butter ,4 cup light brown sugar, tightly packed 1 cup flour 1 cup chopped pecans Mix like pastry. Spread Hat in 13 x 9'/j x 2 inch pan. Press with hand, and cook for 15 minutes at 375 degrees. Take out and stir with spoon. Let cool. Save 1 cup for top. Press remaining into pan. Pack layer of ice cream \ inch thick over that. Sprinkle the 1 cup saved crumb topping over the t o p . Freeze. S e r v e with warm chocolate sauce (preferably Helen Corbitt.'s). DATE PIE Helen M. Taylor 610 N. Olive Fayetteville Ark. 12 dates cut up crackers rolled and mixed well with dates cup nut meats egg whites cup sugar tsp. baking powder 12 K tap. ranilU Combine dates, cracker* »nd nut meats. Beat tU ,«ff. add to tint thrM Then add sugar, btktaC Powdjf and yanilla. Put i » W t l J greased » inch pie pan a It 4 bake 30 minutes at 350 dejreesv Serve cold. PRUNE PIE Mrs. Ray Coston . 438 Spruce Street Fayetteville. Ark. 1 package dried prune* Z eggs 1 cup sugar . 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup evaporated milk Cook the prunes until tender and then cool. Beat the eggs lightly and add the sugar, vanilla, and milk. Stir in from 1M to. 2 cups chopped prunes and. if it seems a little thick, add a little prune juice. Pour in an unbaked 9 or 10 inch pie shell and bake at about 375 degrees for about 40 or 5* minutes or until a knife inserted halfway between the center and outside of the filling comes out clean. Cool. Doing Your Own Thin PECAN DELIGHTS Mrs D. W. Dimaway St. Kt. 2 Box 94 lilkins. Ark. ·J. eggs, beaten 1 cup (packed) brown suft.'ir '.;-. cup butter, melted 1 tsp. vanilla \i -iip flour ] cup pecans, chopped Combine eggs, sugar a n d n u l l e r : mix well. Add vanilla and flour: stir. Add nuts. Spoon into 12 greased and floured m u f f i n tins. Bake 25 minutes at 3.i() degrees. Yield: 12 servings. (For a quick, marvelous top- pin:!, use German Chocolate icing mix. or your own recipe for German Chocolate c a k e icing). "Doing your own thin" simply means dieting »s you like it. . .taking off without stren- ·OHS fads or unhealthly starvation diets. It's serving your family a luncheo* they'll love . . .while yon lose. This is one take off that's not a pul on. Doing your own thin is for those who know what's happening. And what's happening is that die! foods are n« longer dull and «iappetfei*g. Here's a classic example. A Peach/Pineapple Salad made with tomatoes and peach/pineapple cottage cheese by Foremost. Bits ol peaches a n d pineapple Rive delicious flavor to cottage cheese while the tomato "basket" a d d i color and appeal. Serving t h e salad in a sherbet dish gives even a* extra lift in appear- NorthwMt Arkansas' Larg«*t Collection of QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN 'S STOR In VlVn HILLS SWEDISH APPLE CAKE IVi cups white sugar 1 cup shortening 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla Vi teaspoon salt l',i cup sifted flour just a little nutmeg % teaspoon cinnamon '.i teaspoon soda Add sifted mixture to blended ingredients then add 3 cups chopped apples. Put on large pan. Bake 25 min. at 350. GET THE HANG OF WALLPAPER DAVIS PATNT STORE We invite you to shop our store for those unusual and hard to find Wall Coverings. You are welcome to "borrow" from our lending library which is stocked with over 40 books of the latest patterns and designs We have over 250 patterns in stock. Many patterns reduced up to 50% in price. You will find patterns you seek at prices you like. A CONSOLE CAN BE GRAND IF IT'S WURLITZER Wurlitzer is the eoas*le made with all the care aad craftsmanship you'd expect from a very (raid grand. This is why Wurlitzer It M right for the borne that must have music. For Wurlitzer, It's the design and construction that assures pleasure aid fine performance for years to come. Let's talk it »ier soon. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL BIRGE VINYL FABRIOUE PRE-PASTED DO-IT-YOURSELF WALLCLOTH i Davis i \Paint...hi Know, Don't/ DAVIS PAINT STORE DOWNTOWN SPRINGDAIE Emma Avenue PhoM 751-4744 We Know Our Pianos Inside Out GUISINGER MUSIC HOUSE Southwest Corner of Square Downtown Fayetteville MyL

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