Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1957 · Page 36
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g. 157 C REELEY TRIBUNE Pi»e 19 Bean 'n Franks for 4th FOR AN OLD FASHIONED FOURTH try picnicking at horn, with i big ciittroli of b«ktd bttns tepptd eif with onion rings ind frinlu. By CECILY BROWNSTONE AisKiittd Prtu Food Editor If you're picknicking at home en Independence Diy you may want to serve tome traditional American foods. How about a bic casserole of baked beans topped with onion rings and franks? Or crumb gingerbread with lemon sauee? This gingerbread is offered at a well- known chain of- restaurants that specializes in American dishes. You can try our version of it; or if you are short on time, you can bake gingerbread from a mil and terve it with vanilla ice cream and fudfc sauce. CRUMB GINGERBREAD Ingredients: 2V« cups sifted flour, *i cup sugar, *« teaspoon nutmeg, 3Mi teaspoons cinnamon, M teaspoon salt, W cup butter or margarine, 1 cup old fashioned molasses, 1 cup water, Iteaspoon baking soda, Lemon Sauce, whipped cream cheese. Method: Sift together flour, sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon and salt. Add butler; cut in with two knives or pastry blender tn resemble coarse meal. Mix molasses, water and baking soda. Alternate crumbs and liquid in a greased 8 by 8 by 2 inch square pan, beginning and ending with crumbs. Stir gently only 2 or 3 times with a fork. Bake in a moderate 3iO degrees) oven 1 hour. Cut cake inU, squares in pan; remove and top each square with Lemon Sauce and whipped cream cheese. Makes 9 servings. LEMON" SAUCE Ingredients: 2 tablespoons cornstarch, V4 cup sugar, H teaspoon salt, 2 cups boiling water, 1 tablespoon grated lemond rind, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, V* cup butter or margarine. Method: -Mix together corn- Duck's Dilemma ROCKPORT, Tex. (fi -- Kelley McGlamery caught a duck on a trotline. The bird flew into a hook on the line which was left out of water when the tide went out. McGlam- cry freed* the duck, which wasn't badly hurt. starch, sugar and salt in 1-quart saucepan. Gradually stir in boiling water. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture boils and is thickened and clear. Remove from heat; stir in grated lemon rind, lemon juice and butter. Ser\e warm. Makes 214 cups. Tobacco Shares Drop Again Wed. NEW YORK II*--Tobacco shares declined, oils rose and Du Pont erased a loss Wednesday as the stock market slid off irregularly on the tightest volume in seven weeks. Turnover fell below the two million share level for the first time since Apirl 16 as 1.910,000 shares were traded compared with 2,200,000 Tuesday, It was the market's t h i r d straight day of mild correction since the surprise advances on two sessions last wee)c split by the Memorial Day holiday. The tobaccos, which reacted only slightly yesterday to the latest report of the American Cancer Society, were sold at lower prices on opening blocks Wednesday, an unusual performance, for these issues. Wall Street sources said they apparently were affected by more widespread publication of the society's report linking cigarette smoking not only with lung cancer but with heart disease and premature death from other causes. But the declines in tobaccos were kept within bounds of a point Oils resumed their advances, which have become almost rou- Line for this favored division. Affiliates of Gulf Oil boosted prices for crude in the Middle East. Further evidence of tighter credit was seen in the raise of commercial paper rates putting them again in the highest level since the early 30's. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks declined 40 cents to J1S3.20. Of the 13 most active stocks, declines and advances were even at 7 tach, with one unchanged. TRASHMASTER ROD WEEDER'S "CAN-DO" IS A MATCH FOR YOUR FARMING "KNOW-HOW" Calkins TRASHMASTER Americi't only rod* tillage tool with Straight- Lint Drlvi and the patented, center-drive boot. 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