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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1943
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE USINOCITRUS FRUITS HELPS WIN ATHOM^ON FOOD FRONT ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT REQUIRED IN RECIPES may be met. cr h . which this may e m e . .Asking her readers to use as much citrus fruit as possible, Mrs. Reeves gives recipes for such things as orange cream custard orange filling for cakes, oyster grapefruit cocktail, orange sauce for ham · 8 V O r a T ' oast ', c ' uiefc ora "S e iTM. grapefruit and shrimp grapefruit and marshmallow fruit salad. An article found in a research journal, relative to the nutrition situation in Great Britain has such close relation to the nutrition setup here In the United States that some of it will be reproduced for you followers o£ this column. Quote: "Comfort for Americans disturbed by the prospect of one cup of coffee a day; at least one meatless day a week and probably restrictions in butter and fats and in .the variety of vegetables was given in a report by the director of Great Britain's director of the bureau of nutrition. "The fourth year of the war has brought Britain down to something like iron rations, with all luxury foods cut out, but the diet of the people from the viewpoint of health is about as good as it was before the war. There are no signs of malnutrition, and child health is now actually better than before the war, while the poor are getting diets much richer in vitamins and minerals. Dramatic changes in the national diet have been brought about with almost complete absence of grumbling. There is no food hoarding; it definitely is not the thing to do, according to universal public opinion. "Britain has won the war on the Ajlhma Mucus Fought Thru Blood , j i t e n whici itsrt clrculatlm thni the ttSoA JiEhf in * wry short time »fttr the fflrrt dow thus Itmchinr the congested SronchiS tubw ·Khert It usuilly qalcfiy htlps llmefy too£ «nd remore thick strantlfnJraiVuj l, thereby uromotlni liter bTnth- .food front partly on lend-lease shipments f r o m America, for which heartfelt gratitude was ex- j pressed to the United States and Canada, and partly through in- 1 creased production of food and milk at home. Men, women and children all work in their gardens and allotments after they have finished their day's work in factories, offices and schools." There is no question but what the United States can meet any situation as well and honestly as any other country. Hoarding is a most selfish, greedy, small and dishonorable' practice a n d certainly not an American trait. Now may I please make an appeal to every one who reads this column to stress as much as you can the use of citrus fruits. The crop of grapefruit is 17 per cent greater .than last season and of tangerines and oranges 7 p e r cent. In view of the 45-million-box crop and the restrictions on tin for processing, consumer markets will help greatly by featuring the fresh fruits. The recipes today will be for the use of grapefruit, oranges and tangerines. Will-you help by trying them? Orange Cream Custard Mix in a double boiler and cook until thickened: 2 egg yolks, beaten 3 ,i cup sugar 2 tablespoons flour 1 cup orange juice 1 cup cream or evaporated milk Salt Add: I tablespoon grated orange rind. Cool and turn into a serving dish over: if, cup orange slices. Chili and cover with a meringue made of: 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten, 4 tablespoons sugar. Decorate with additional orange slices. For the next recipes make your favorite white cake and use: of oney ac " 1 ^ " tlsr " :lor 7- To/ bin «!J ln - so ftt Meodaco from m , a * 0c - *» *""offer protects you. Orange Filling For a 2 Layer Cake 1 egg 6 tablespoons sugar Sketched From Stocki 2S" SATIS HflUl TAILORED SUIT IN FINE 100% WOOL TWILL! Bound to be your favorite suit! Because its smart simplicity can be dressed up or down with accessories, and its superb tailoring enhances your figure! Smart for all year round! In black or navy. Sizes 12 to 20J The Merkcl Co. SALLY'S SALLIES 2% tablespoons cornstarch J /2 cup water H cup orange juice 1 teaspoon grated orange rind 1 tablespoon butter Beat egg, add sugar and cornstarch. Mix well, add water, juice and rind. Cook in a double boiler 15 minutes. Add butter. Cool« before using. Oyster Grapefruit Cocktail i?z grapefruit per serving 4 oysters per serving Salt and paprika to taste Halve the grapefruit and remove the sections and juice. Mix these with the oysters and add salt and paprika. Return to the grapefruit shells which have been emptied o£ all unused pulp and membrane. .Garnish with a sprig of parsley and serve with toasted crackers for a first course at a luncheon or dinner. Orange Sauce for Bam. 114 pounds of ham steak 1 cup water 2 tablespoons flour 2 cups orange juice 2 oranges, sliced . Have the ham cut about %-inch thick. Sear well on both sides in a hot frying pan, then add the cup hot water and let simmer about 30 minutes. If all the water is not cooked away remove the lid and allow it to evaporate. Measure into a sauce pan 2 tablespoons of the fat from the ham, add the flour and cook, stirring until lightly browned. Add the orange and cook, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes. Take up the ham on a hot platter, pour the sauce around it and garnish with the sliced oranges and parsley or water cress. Grapefruit Pie 1 cup sugar 4 tablespoons cornstarch }g teaspoon salt '/i cup water 1 cup grapefruit juice 1 tablespoon butter 2 eggs, beaten Meringue 2 egg whites 6 tablespoons powered sugar 2 tablespoons grapefruit juice Mix thoroughly the sugar, salt nd cornstarch. Add the water and juice and cook slowly until thickened, stirring constantly. Let cook about 5 minutes. Add the butter and beaten egg 'yolks and remove from the fire. Beat well and let stand until cold. Turn into a baked pie shell and cover with the meringue made by beating the egg whites stiff, beating in the powdered sugar slowly and then adding the grapefruit juice. Plsce in a slow oven, 300 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes to bake the meringue. Orange Toast '/I cup orange juice 1 teaspoon grated orange rind ','3 cup sugar / 6 slices buttered toast Mix orange juice, rind and sugar. Spread on hot buttered toast and put in hot oven or broiler to brown. Serve at once. Quick Orange Jam 2 cups orange juice and pulp 1 lemon, juice and pulp Hi cups sugar Boil quickly about 10 minutes or until syrupy and clear. Very good served warm on hot biscuits or waffles. Grapefruit and Shrimp Salad 1 cup grapefruit sections free from membrane and cut in pieces I cup cleaned shrimp 'i cup diced sweet pickles ¥* cups finely diced celery ·Ti cup French dressing Toss the ingredients together lightly and chill. Serve on crisp lettuce. This salad may bo varied by substituting 1 cup crab meat tor the shrimp. Grilled Grapefruit Prepare half a grapefruit in the usual manner, removing the seeds. Sprinkling with 2 tablespoons brown sugar, bake in the oven until the sugar melts and the top of the grapefruit is well browned. Before serving put 1 teaspoon tart red jelly in the center of each half. Easy Dessert. Take the juice from I large can pineapple, juice of 3 oranges and juice ot 1 lemon. Put on to boil and thicken with 2 teaspoons cornstarch, dissolved in a little cold water. Have ready the whites o£ 2 eggs beaten stiff, with V- cup sugar. Pour the thickened juice over the beaten whites and put in molds. Serve on sliced pineapple with a sprinkling of chopped nuts on top. Marshmalloiv Fruit Salad 1 orange H grapefruit 6 marshmallows 2 slices pineapple % cup broken nutmeats 2 tangerines Lettuce Sweet Fruit Dressing Cut marshmallows in pieces. Peel the orange and grapefruit and remove all white membrane. Cut peeled fruit in dice. Mix diced fruit. Peel tangerines and remove seeds without 'breaking sections. Sweet Fruit Dressing Mix i,z cup mayonnaise, 3 teaspoons powdered sugar. ',! cup whipped cream or evaporated milk and 2 teaspoons grapefruit juice. Beat until smooth and fluffy. Mix dressing lightly with mixed, diced fruit and .marshmallows. Arrange individual salads on lettuce leaves and garnish with sections of tangerines. H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Home-Made Soups Instant coffee, soluble cofCee, liquid coffee concentrates, coffee extracts are not rationed, so the housewife can use them if she can find any in the market. Main Dish Soups Vegetable Chowder, Serving 4 4 tablespoons bacon fat 1/3 cup chopped onions 1/3 cup diced celery 1 cup cooked peas 2/3 cup diced cooked carrots 1 teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon black pepper 4 tablespoons flour 4 cups milk 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Melt fat in frying pan, add and simmer 5 minutes the onions and celery. Add peas, carrots, salt, pepper and flour. Blend thoroughly and add rest of ingredients. Simmer 10 minutes. Stir frequently. Split Pea Soup (Serving 6) 1 ham bone ; 1 ',·· cups split peas 6 cups water 3 /4 cup chopped onions *·: cup diced celery 3/3 cup sliced raw carrots Vi teaspoon paprika 2 cups milk Simmer covered 1'i hours the bone, peas, water and seasonings. Add more water if the soup boils down to 2 cups or so. Add milk, cook until steaming. Discard bone and serve soup in hot plates or bowls. Manhattan Chowder (Serving 5 or 6} % pound chopped salt pork 1/3 cup chopped onions Vz cup diced celery 1 crushed bay leaf J /i teaspoon powdered cloves V4 teaspoon salt V-i teaspoon chili powder 3 ,i teaspoon paprika 'A teaspoon sugar 4 cups tomatoes 1 cup corn 2 tablespoons butler 2 tablespoons minced parsley Heat pork in pan, add and simmer 5 minutes onions and celery. Add bay leaf, cloves, chili powder, paprika, salt, sugar and tomatoes. Simmer covered an hour. Add rest of ingredients and boil 2 minutes. ENLISTS IN NAVY CLARKSVILLE--Dean Busching, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Busching of Clarksville, has enlisted in the ground forces of the air corps and he will soon be assigned to a university or college in the midwest for the study of meteorology. After a six months' course he will go to some air base for further study and training, and at the conclusion, if successful, he will be commissioned a second lieutenant. 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