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January 20, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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ubstituting Foods Keeps Homemakers on Constant Alert 1 Reaches Outpost inday, Weds Saturday cGrath, Alaska, .(U.R)'-- When ittractive, talented and unmar- while'^girl visits' a .wilderness ·ison such as this' backwoods xst, v she can expect to run up imposing number of proposals is very'likely to find herself :ed willy-nilly into matrimony i Miss Lucille Blankton, USO entertainer, o£ Seattle; Wash., recently discovered. : Miss Blankton arrived in McGrath with a USO troupe on Monday. She~was engaged on Friday to L£ William B. Ludiker 1715 Easton {Place), Tulsa, Okla., commanding officer. On Saturday she was married, and that evening she departed with her troupe for othe'r. Alaskan garrisons. ' The men here are convinced that, taken by and . large, something of a record was established. Shortage in Clears .New York, (U,R) -- Army purchases for soldiers overseas, increased production costs and manpower shortages have all contributed to the scarcity of cigai'S for the civilian market, the Qigar Institute of America has announced. Holiday buying, particularly in the lower-priced brackets, indicated ,that civilian requirements can be met only i n : part, and in some areas the shortage is acute, the institute said. CHOOSING FROM SAME GROUP IS IMPORTANT Advertisers used to say "Accept no substitutes." Now everyone' accepts, even searches for' substitutes, and sometimes the substitute is better than the originally intended. With an eye to wise substitution, Mrs. Reeves in her food column this week cautions about keeping in the same general group" for substitutes. and offers a collection of recipte for such dishes as savory lentils, soybeans southern style, oatmeal scrapple, peanut butter pep-up sandwich titling, green b*an salad with bacon dressing, baked apples-in cream, oatmeal apple cake, arid others including 3 recipes for shpmp--French fried, boiled or cooked and shrimp rolls. . . · 1/2 cup quick cooking oatmeal 4 tablespoons shortening 2 egg yolks or 1 egg Vn cup milk Topping . 4 large apples V* teaspoon nutmeg Vt teaspoon cinnamon . 1 cup bj-own sugar 2 tablespoons butter 1 egg 4 tablespoons top milk Sift 1st 4 dry ingredients Consecration of St. John's Next Sunday St. John's Episcopal church will be consecrated Sunday, Feb. 13, Father C. 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STATE PHONE M3 MASON CITY 'Since the point values of rationed foods are subject to change without notice, home-jnakers must be continuously on the alert. There are ways of substituting which we have all learned but there is a point to remember which is often overlooked. That is to be sure in substituting to choose food from general group. For instance, f you have no leafy green vegetables substitute green or yellow vegetables. It is often hard to get fresh spinach, chard, and salad greens but we have canned string beans, asparagus, pea's and, among the yellow vegetables, carrots, sweet potatoes ^and squash; etc: Remember, too, that raw vegetables are a great benefit if citrus fruit or tomatoes are .not plentiful or are high in price. Here . is another suggestion which is important. If you use milk with the cream removed use extra quantities' K of green and yellow vegetables to supply the vitamin A the cream contains. We have talked so much abou meat that you must know the substitutes but keep in mind tha 3 eggs cooked any way you lik or used in combination dishes-equal 1 serving of meat in pro tei'n. Also remember that soybean provide a quality of protein sim ilar to that of meat. My Scotch neighbor cooks lentils which she says are a neglected food. Try her method: Savory Lentils 114 cups dried lentils 2V teaspoons salt * pound diced salt pork Vi cup minced onions '/4 cup diced celery H4 tablespoons" unsifted flour 3 tablespoons vinegar 1% cups hot water V» teaspoon pepper , Wash and pick over lentils. Soak in 1% quarts of water over night. Drain. Add 4fe cups cold water and 1% teaspoons salt. Cover and cook until tender. Drain. Saute pork until crisp and rown. Add onion and celery and cook 5 minutes. Stir in flour. Add vinegar, hot water, 1 teaspoon salt and pepper. Cook until thickened. Add beans and stir together. Soybeans, Southern Style 3 cups cooked or 1 cup dry soy- jeans ',4 cup grated cheese , 2 cups whole kernel., corn i 2 cups canned tomatoes t(\ teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons soy sauce '/· cup buttered crumbs Soak dry beans over night. Simmer beans until soft in a covered kettle. Arrange alternate layers at beans, corn, cheese and tomatoes to which the seasonings have been added, in a greased casserole Cover with crumbs and bake 30 minutes in pre-heated 350 degree oven. Lemon Sponge Puddine 2 tablespoons butter · 4 tablespoons flour Vi teaspoon salt- 5 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon grated rind 3 eggs, separated 1% cups milk - . Vt cup sugar · Cream butter, add sugar, ( flour, salt, lemon juice and rind; Add eaten yolks combined with'the znilk. Fold in stiffly beaten whites, 'our into greased custard cups, et in pan of hot water. Bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees: \ - · · Oatmeal Scrapple 1 pound pork shoulder 2}i teaspoons salt 1 quart water 3 cups uncooked oatmeal % teaspoon pepper- 1 tablespoon minced onion Cook pork, onion and 2.table- spoons salt until meat is'-tender. Remove meat from bone, grind and return to stock. Bring the stock to a boil and gradually add oatmeal. Add Vi teaspoon salt and the pepper. Cover and cook slowly for 30 minutes. Pour into greased loaf pan. Chill. Cut into %-inch slices and try in hot shortening until brown. cake. Add oatmeal. Cut in shortening. Beat egg slightly, add milk and stir into dry ingredients. Press into a greased pyrex baking dish or baking pan. Peel and core apples and cut into 8ths. Arrange in rows on the dough. Mix sugar and spices and sprinkle over apples. Dot with butter. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes, then reduce heat to 350 degrees. About 10 minutes before apples are tender, heat the egg slightly, add the top milk and pour over the apples. Total baking time about 45 minutes. Praline Cookies 3 tablespoons butter 1 cup brown sugar V* teaspoon salt · 1 egg. well beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup pecan meats 2 tablespoons flour Melt butter, add remaining ingredients and mix well. Drop V teaspoonful for each cookie on well'greased cookie sheet-4 or 5 inches apart. Bake at 3SO degrees for 10 minutes. Cool 5 minutes, hen use a wide spatula to loosen ooKies around edge before removing from pan. Cool on wire tor of St. John's, announces. The Rt. Rev. Frank A. McElwain, D. D. x dean of the Seabury-Western seminary, Evanston, 111., and retired bishop of Minnesota, will be the consecrator. The church and guild hall were ThBTKUy. J»n. It, IMt 11 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE dedicated Nov. 16, 1930, by the retired bishop o£ Iowa, the Rt Rev. Harry S. Longley, D. D., now residing in Charleston, W. Va. The consecrator, Bishop Mc- Elvvain, is not unknown to the parishioners at St. John's, having served here on various occasions wm'le holding a professorship at Faribault, Minn. father Whitehead is preparing a class to be presented {or the Sacrament of Confirmation on the date of the consecration of the church. This class is meeting each Thursday evening at 7:30 in the conference room of the guild hall. Boiled or Cooked Shrimp Wash shrimp in cold water, drop in boiling salted water-- 2 teaspoons salt to a quart of water- end simmer until shell turns pink, about 10 or 15 minutes. Drain and cover with cold water to chill, 889 Vets' Cases Handled Salem, Ore., (U.R) -- The , state War Veterans' Service committee has handled 889 claims of Oregon's ex-service men of World War II, Gov. Earl Snell says. All state-law provided benefits are available also, to wives, mothers, children and other dependents ol the service men and women, regardless of whether the military family member still is connected Peanut Butter "Pep-Up" Sandwich Filling To sufficient peanut butter for 4 or 5 sandwiches, add Vi cup honey and 1 cake compressei yeast. This makes an excellcn sandwich and is rich in come o the important vitamins. Green Bean S»l*d With Bacon Dressing % cup chopped crisp, bacon · 1/3 cup French dressing 1 teaspoon grated onion Pour over 3 cups diced, cooked or canned green beans and 1 cup diced celery. Chill and serve on crisp lettuce leaves. ,' Baked Applet In Cream Peel and core 12 medium sized spur apples, roll in 3 tablespoons melted butter, then in sugar and cinnamon and lastly in crumbi. Place the prepared apples In hallow baking dish. Fill centers with sugar and cinnamon, add bits if butter and bake in a 400 degree oven. When the apples have aked about 20 minutes, add % cup cream and continue to bake until apples are. cooked. Oatmeal Apple Cake l',4 cups flour ! ,i teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar \ 2 teaspoons baking powder rack. Do not 'stack. Makes 30 cookies. French Fried Shrimp Best'Ever Mix 2 cups milk with 1 egg. Add Hi pounds cooked shrimp and soak for 3 minutes. Mix equal parts flour and corn meal or bread crumbs, season with salt and pepper; dip shrimp in this and fry in deep fat until brown. drain. Remove shells and black line running along back which is intestine. Prepare as desired. Shrimp Rolls Combine 1 cup well seasoned white sauce with Ife cups cooked shrimp. Heat 6 rolls, cut open, scooping out some of the center 'and fill with the creamed shrimp. Fish Loaf 2 cups flaked, cooked fish 1/3 cup soft bread crumbs V* cup melted butter or other fat y teaspoon salt Pepper to taste 2 tablespoons minced parsley 2 eggs, well beaten ' Lemon slices Combine fish, crumbs, butter, seasonings and parsley and blend.' Fold in eggs. Place in greased loaf pan and set in a pan containing a little water. Cover and bake. with the armed forces, the governor commented. POI4TICAI. ADVERTISEMENT Protect aad tat abraMd rihaaMBMm t^B with Mexunft* the f!l|aFF "ooti" 1 *- nwdicaud pow- II Mill · Jer. Alao r«lian burning, A N N O Y S itchim, of irriuted itia. FRIDAY Economy Efficiency and City- Manager form of Government Colors that Hint of SPRING- Adorable Under-Coat Prints! Navy or black dm MS . . . white lingerie trimming*. Gay prints in crepes and Jerseys. Abo.twiHi in Spring colors. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL USE OUR cJLa.ua.wau. Plan U Select Yew Spring Outfit New soft tuits m al gayest eofoft--4!Uc.., scarlet . . . gold . . . aqua . . . green . 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