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January 20, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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- . 1 C MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 20 H 1937 NINE WAFFLE IRON TURNS THE TRICK ON MANY OCCASIONS .L. :·· I '£';· YOU WANT TO BRING SUNSHINE TO A "SHUT-IN?" THAT'S EASY IP YOU-SEND FLOWERS FOR DOLLAR'DAYS Thursday, Friday and Saturday LARGE PRIMROSE PLANTS Beautifully Decorated $1.00 each SEE OUR SHOP WINDOW DOWNTOWN KEMBLE'S "GREENHOUSE Main Office 1205 South Federal PHONE 55 Jeanette Beyer Gives ^ New Recipes and Menus Globe-Gazette-Food Expert Finds Cakes With Tucks Servable at All Times It takes a waffle iron to put a crimp in tilings' and Jeanette Beyer, Globe-Gazette food specialist, has many suggestions for uses for this invaluable piece of household equipment. It may be kept busy from breakfast time to midnight, if you're ingenious, and you could probably use it as a bed warmer, loo, one of these cold nights. Miss Beyer not only gives recipe.-; for the plain, common, garden variety of waffle, but also for more e.xolic erea lions and suggests other foods to combine with them. Downtown Shop 7 West State St. PHONE 418 der, or you do not treat it correct- Even with the best of recipes and best of intentions, one may Profit By Using the Classified Ads go astray in waffle making, if the iron is not in good working or- turers advise greasing a new elcc- Occasional Pieces of ASI Kinds \ Floor Samples -- Yearly Clean Up Here is Your Opportunity to Make Worthwhile Savings For Yourself Every Suite Carries Chapman's Regular Guarantee. Buy Now and Save! Buy Now For Spring Delivery FREE STORAGE . FREE DELIVERY Phone 200 For evening or Sunday Appointment ic waffle iron before using it for ie first time. An unsalted cook- ig fat or oil is best for this pur- ose. Have the Griddle Hot. The iron should be preheated r 5 or 10 minutes so that the riddle is hot enough to sizzle hen the batter touches it. A riddle thermometer will register rom 275 to 300 degrees F. Keen Griddle Clean. Do not wash an electric griddle ut scrape off bits o£ baiter that lay have cooked on and brush way the crumbs. When the met- 1 becomes badly discolored from ontinued use, scour it with baling soda mixed to a paste with old water, using a small stiff wire irush to get into all the crevices if the iron. Grease lightly again jefore using. In addition to these suggestions, he batter should be thick enough. This is difficult to describe, and a eeipe is not always correct due o the difference in the thickening lower of different flours. A lib- ral amount of shortening is also an aid. Of course waffles are done at he table as eaten, pouring the batter from a big pitcher or j u g onto the iron. A good iron can seep ? with six eaters if a head start is allowed on the baidng. If there are more people than this it s best to use two irons, one at each end of the table. Often a neighbor is glad to loan her iron [or special occasions, and then have the use of yours when she is entertaining large groups. When waffles are to form the main part of the meal, if they are preceded by an appetiser or a fruit cup, it gives the hostess time to get her baking started, and the guests something to do while the first few waffles are getting under way. . As for waffle combinations-you can't go wrong with sausages, and maple syrup or sorghum. A pitcher of melted butter saves a lot of time in spreading. And one friend makes a perfectly delicious maple butter, in which the maple sugar or syrup is beaten into creamed butler, and the two are For the President \Vlll Install Thursday. GARNER -- The Rebekah and Odd Fellow lodges will hold joint installation Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Maddick of Kanawha, district deputy grand master and district deputy president, respectively, with members of the drill team from Kanawha, will install. Miss Velva Carothers and John T. Galchell will head the lodges this year. ·--o-- Visits at Marslialllown. THOMPSON--Mrs. A. G. Hcd- dle left Tuesday for Marshalltown to visit for some time with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stewart. Kilith Grcnccn, New York society girl, is busy bcatinfr eggs for Ihc co-operative birthday cake for the president's Birth- clay ball at the Waldorf- Astoria. iicious dessert and unusual too: 3 eggs 1 cup milk Vi cup sugar ! /z teaspoon salt. 1-3 to ',2 cup melted shortening 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder Combine the ingredients by adding the sifted dry ingredients to the milk, egg yolks and melted fat. Beat the egg whites until they form peaks and fold into the batter. These waffles should be baked as soon after mixing as possible. Otherwise, it they must stand more than half an hour, the served together, soft and creamy. Maple Butter. Melt Va pound maple sugar with 2 tablespoons boiling water in a double boiler. When melted, beat slowly into V 2 pound butter. One cup of maple syrup may be used .in place of the sugar. Honey Butler. Honey and butter served together make another wonderful combination on waffles. The honey and butter may be melted and poured from a pitcher, or the honey creamed into the butler and served soft with spoon and bowl. "Waffle Breakfast. Fruit Juice Cereal Waffles Maple Butter Sausage Coffee . Waffle Jjunchcnn. Tomato Juice Cocktail Crisp Bacon Waffles Head Lettuce With French Dressing Charleston Pie Charleston Pic. 6 tablespoons flour 1 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 squares chocolate 2 cups milk. 2 egg yolks 2 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon vanilla ',4 cup pecans 2 egg whites 4 tablespoons sugar 1 baked pie shell Mix flour, sugar, salt and cut chocolate together. Add milk and beaten egg yolks. Cook over hot water or low fire until thick enough to coat a spoon, stirring constantly. Add butter and vanilla and mix well. Remove from fire and pour into baked pie shell. Sprinkle with broken nuts. Cover top with meringue made by beating 2 egg whites until stiff and adding 4 tablespoons sugar, hcnting u n t i l smooth and glossy. Spread over top of pie and hake in mrwlernlr oven, IS to 20 minutes u n t i l meringue is a delicate brown. W a f f l e Supper Chilled G r a p e f r u i t Potato Chips Waffles Creamed Chicken Spiced Pineapple Rings Cranberry Mallow Chicltcn a la Kinp. 3 tablespoons butter or chicken fat 5 tablespoons flour 1 cup chicken stock baking powder should be increased. Pineapple Sauce. 1 cup crushed pineapple '/2 .cup sugar 1 tablespoon flour 1 tablespoon lemon juice To the hot pineapple add (he sugar and flour which have been sifted together. Cook until thick. Beat in the lemon juice. Serve hot or cold. Cakes With Tucks In Them. If Santa came to your house and left a waffle iron, send him a note of gratitude for a handy piece of equipment, for now you can have cakes with tucks in them every day. It used to be Sunday mornings or Sunday nights when waffles appeared, but so many uses have been discovered for this iron, that it may produce a piece tie resistance or dessert for each day in the week. And if you're not up to mixing a batter, just lay plain slices of Scrambled Eggs bread between the hot irons. It makes the cutest checkerboard toast you ever saw. The same CMII be done with t h i n halves of rolls, and these arc very smart to go under creamed chicken or lima. You may even win a husband with your waffle iron, as our mothers were said to have done with their chafing dishes in the cay nineties. And Alice Foote Mac- Douaall is reputed to have, won her fortune with delicious w a f f l e s and coffee. Here is her recipe. I think you'll find it excellent: WAFFLES By Alice Foote MacDoiiRall 1. Separate 4 eggs. Beat egg yolks well. Sift 3 cups flour with 4 teaspoons baking powder and V4 teaspoon salt. 2. Add alternately the sifted dry ingredients and 2 cups of milk. Mix well. 3. Add % cup butter, melted, then fold in s t i f f l y beaten whites of 4 cgHS. Mix only Inn* eno'"h for blending thoroughly. Too much beating mnkos (ho w a f f l e s touch. 4. W a f f l o iron should hn healed 10 minutes. Nn prensinc Is nrres- sary with an elcclric iron. A gas- heated iron is grnascd well before baking each w a f f l e and Is turned once during the baking. Pour about 4 tablespoons of the batter into the iron. Bake about 2 minutes. This makes about 8 waffles. Fritters From Amana -- M a n y Thanks! Dear Jeanette Beyer: 1 was employed by the Amana sociely as secretary and bookkeeper for two years and many time.'; during that period, I enjoyed the famous "Amana Fritters." Here is their recipe: A cup flour % cup milk 2 eggs, separator) 14 teaspoon sugar Vs teaspoon salt Sift together flour and salt, add m i l k and egg yolks. Beat well. Beal the whites u n t i l s t i f f . Add cup cream or evaporated milk 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon salt Paprika 2 cups diced cooked chicken 1 cup chopped mushrooms 2 tablespoons chopped pimicnto 2 egg yolks, if desired Make a sauce of the butler, flour, stock and milk. Season. Add (he chicken, mushrooms, pl- miento and lemon juice. Heat for 5 minutes and add the beaten cfe yolks to which has been added 2 tahlcstioons cold water. Conk slowly for 2 m i n u t e s , v For Dessert. But waffles may appear for dessert too. and if your supper is an informal groun of a few friends. waffles may form the main part of the meal with a protein dish, and then continue waffles with a sweet for the dessert. But be certain all the guests like waffles! Very good for a dessert waffle are these made with black walnuts and served with powdered sugar or maple syrup: Black Walnut Waffles Make the plain waffles, adding 1 cup of broken walnut meats the last thing. Bake as for the nlain waffles. Pecans may also be used. Waffle Shortenlirs. A crisp sweet w a f f l e , topped with pineapple or strawberries and whipped cream,'makes a de- F I MOST SEN sugar slowly and beat again until almost dry. Fold into f i r s t mixture. Fry in deep hot f a t until golden brown. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve immediately. Very truly, Mrs. Margaret Fleming, Oxford Junction. i These arc taken from our stock and wci;c formerly sold at S-l.DO lo $7.90, some were even higher. Be here curly and you will ho amazed at the values. All colors and si/.es. About one-half of this lot are brand new, and in the new spring shades. The rest are from regular stock and sold up to §10 and even higher. All S'ood si/cs and color assortment. Beautiful New Shades IN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE For the Miss, Ladv and Hard Lo Fil. A wonderful lot lo choose from, every lype mid style, for K!! occasions. NEW MERCHANDISE Regular $2 and 53 Values. Your Choice EVERY BETTER DRESS COAT in Our Stack Triced for Immediate Sale al Honored at Shower. WHITTEMORE -- A miscellaneous " shower was held in the Academy hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Pear! Higley, who will be married to Michael Besch in SI. Michael's church Wednesday. Mrs. Tony Schmitt, Jr., won first in bridge and Mrs. Mary Schillz of B a n c r o f t won the consolation prize. Miss Irene Mueller was hi£h in 500. The door pri'/o was awarded to Mrs. Ervin Kriert- cres of SI. Joe. The bride received many gifts. There were about 250 guests present. Closing Out Every Coat in Our Stock in Sport coats in a fine assortment of materials and sixes. All wool--fully lined and interlined. Sold regularly from S).fn to S12.f)0. FUR TRIMMED Seal, iHancluirian Wolf, French Beaver and other fine trims In fine silk lined frarmenls. Remarkable values--less than one-half what you will pay next year, heavily interlined. Black, brown and green, good sizes. 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVK.

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