Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 12, 1947 · Page 14
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Letters to the Food Editor Helpful Suggestions From Readers - This is an invitation to you, Mrs. Housewife, to tell your neighbors about your favorite recipes or household hints, No doubt you have an original recipe, that has been handed' down as a favorite in your family, or perhaps you have de veloped an easier way to perform a household task. If you have, put it in letter form and address it to the Food Editor, Hamsburg Telegraph, Harnsburg, Penna. Your friends, neighbors and fellow readers will be glad to get your suggestions, and as a little token for your efforts, should it be selected for publication, the Harrisburg Telegraph will forward you a check for $1.00. The procedure is: Letters are selected for publi cation on the basis of originality, interest and merit An award is forwarded for all letters published. Letters should be addressed to the Food Editor, the Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa. The editor reserves the right to edit j fxJ J v - V GBG3EB5 "mif all copy published. This column appears every Thursday in , the food section. Letters must be signed. They are to include original recipes or household hints. There is no limit on the number of times contributors may send in letters. . Be certain that the instructions in your recipes are clear ahd do not abbreviate measurement terms such as teaspoon and table spoon. The following are award win ners this week: To the Food Editor: I am sending you two household hints which I have only recently learned, but have found most ef f ective. Household Hints In order to keep ice tea from becoming cloudy after brewing, pour about one inch of ice water into the pitcher first and then add your tea. This has never failed for me and then, too, it means the tea can be made before using and chilled which saves ice cubes. Manufacturers tell us that in or, der to clean paper curtains and draperies we should wipe them with a damp clqth. However, I have found that after tubbing them with Spic and Span, hanging them carefully to drip and irtaing them with a steam iron, their orig. inal crispness is preserved through many washings. Mrs. Karl M. Richards, - 2207 Walnut Street, Barrisbnrr, Fa. CUH3 'trw ff fl1 ffi fir To the Food Editor: I am sending a recipe Which I feel sure your readers will use often and will be enjoyed each time it is served. It is especially timely now, at the height of the strawberry season, and can be prepared in a few minutes. Strawberry Macaroon uusiara 3 cups halved strawberries 6 macaroons, crumbled l4 cups milk 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1 ess beaten Combine strawberries and crumbled macaroons. Chill. Heat milk in double boiler. Mix sugar, cornstarch and egg. Add to milk. Cook until mixture coats a spoon. ChilL Arrange strawberries in sherbet classes and cover with custara. This may be topped with whipped cream. Mrs. Morton Buttorff, 701 Madison Ave., York, Pa, To the Food Editor: I think your food section is very helnful and interesting. 1 am send ing you my recipe for Devil's d ood Cake which my family asks for repeatedly and which has always turned out just right. Devil's Food Cake 2 cups granulated sugar cup shortening . 3 eggs - ) cup cocoa Vi cup boiling water 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons soda Vt teaspoon salt , teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sweet milk Cream shortening and sugar Add egg yolks and mix well. Add water to cocoa and let cool , while sifting flour, salt and soda together three times. Add cocoa mixture, then add dry ingredients alternately with milk. Fold in egg whites which have been beaten! until stiff, but not dry. Add vanilla and put in two 8 - inch pans. Bake in moderate oven about 350 degrees. Cook and frost Frosting 2 egg whites 1 cup dark Karo syrup ' teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla Combine egg whites, syrup and salt in double boiley. Cook over boiling water beating constantly, or until frosting stands in peaks. Remove from heat, add flavoring and continue beating until, i ing can be spread easily. This makes enough to frost two 8 - inch layer cakes or 14 large cup cakes. Mrs. Hays Hurley, 508 Chestnut St., Mt. Holly Springs, Fa, To the Food Editor: l have been reading your recipes and houshold hints every week and decided that some of your readers . might enjoy my method of dressing up hamburg, Hamburg Steaks ' 2 pounds hamburger ' - 1 tablespoon salt . Vi teaspoon pepper 1 small onion - 1 small onion of garlic 1 egg Mix ingredients with hamburger and roll into patties about - inch thick. Roll - n flour and fry until brown. Leaving about 2 tablespoons of fat in frying pan. add to this: 1 heaping tablespoon flour Salt and pepper Let this mixture brown well and to it add: 2Vz cups milk 1 bottle chili sauce After this sauce has thickened. place hamburger patties in sauce and bake in a 350 degrees oven for 45 minutes. Mrs. Ellen Guido, 713 North Sixth street, Harrisburg, Pa. To the Food Editor: Here is a dish which is certain to win favor with those who like variation in the serving of sea food. Shrimps in Peppers 2 cups cooked shrimps, - fresh or canned 1 tablespoon butter teaspoon mustard dash of pepper, nutmeg and celery seed 1 egg Vz cup bread crumbs 6 green peppers Prepare shrimps as directed. Cut off tops of peppers and clean. Soak peppers in cold water for one - half hour. Cream butter by hpn ents welL i Finally, stir In the shrimp. Drain peppers and fill withi prepared stuffing. Bake in hotl oven for twenty minutes. Mrs. William H. Sehreffler. 31S West Main street, Elisabeth ville, Pa. To the food editor: I've tried many different redoes for lemon meringue pie. This is my nvonie one. Lemon Meringue Pie 1 cup sugar - 4 tablespoons flour 1 cup water v 3 eggs separated ' Dash of salt 1 lemon grated rind and juice 1 tablespoon maganne 1 baked pie shell Combine sugar and flour. Add a little of the water. Mix smooth. Add beaten egg yolks and remainder of water. Cook over hot water stirring constantly until thick. Cover and cook an additional ten minutes. Remove from heat. , Add salt, grated lemon rind, juice and margarine. Mix well and cool slightly. Pour into baked (9 - mch pastry shell). Make a meringue of beaten egg whites and 6 tablespoons sugar, Swirl on pie. Bake in moderate, slow oven 325 degrees for 20 min, utes. Serves six. . Mrs. Eva Klouser 338 River St Millersburr, Pa. ' - To the food editor: '. : Here is a recipe which is tops in our family. . Stuffed Green Peppers 4 large peppers 1 pound hamburg 2 small onions " Salt and pepper to taste 2 tomatoes Wash DepDers. cut in half and seed. Mix hamburg,. onions and salt and pepper. Shape hamburg in small cakes and place in pep pers. Put a slice of tomato on top, Arrange peppers in a pan with small amount of water and bake until brown. ,. Mrs. Frances Thompson . Paxtonia, R. D. 3 , Harrisburg, Pa. tinued to win favor in our family lor many years. Old Fashioned Spice Cake 2 cups cake flour 2 tablespoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt V teaspoon nutmeg Vt teaspoon ground cloves V teaspoon allspice . cup raisins HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH. Harrisburg.. Pi, Thursday, June 12, 1947 15 Vi cup shortening 1 cup sugar - 1 cup milk 1 egg Sift flour.. Sift together with other dry ingredients. Add raisins. Cream sugar and shortening with one teaspoon milk. Add egg and mix well. Add sifted dry ingredients alternately with remaining milk. Bake 20 to 40 minutes In loaf pan at 350 degrees. Can be topped (Continued on Pace 17, CoL 1) k FANCY mix with seasoning and egg. the crumbs, mixing ... . Add ffl "i:MtSiiU!f H nIL I - spi iw - sss - " 1 HERE is your opportunity to add brightness and color to your bathroom and kitchen. Just put your can of Bab - 0 in this attractive, gay holder made of gleaming plastic. Then keep it in the handiest place. You'll save stepsadd real beauty to the room. HOW IT WORKS You just remove rubber closure from bottom of holder. Then slip in the can of Bab - O. Place the snug - fitting rubber bottom closure back in place. ' And because the base is rubber, this holder won't leave rust rings. The holder fits the can of Bab - 0 . exactly. And Bab - 0 sprinkles out the open top in the usual way. You have a handsome, colorful package that harmonizes perfectly with the color scheme of your bathroom and kitchen. It's attractive! Ornamental! HERE'S ALL YOU DO . Just go to your grocer. He will hand you as many as you want of these lovely holders right over his counter. Get one for your bathroom, another for your kitchen. Extra ones as wonderful gifts. Supply lirnited! Act fast! Holders are available only within the city of Harrisburg l)W iff forts my DAiH) Can Save The. Work! Grooso it to Mum for 90 of your daily scouring. Bab - O was created specifically to dissolve grease. With grease dissolved, dirt wipe off easily, thoroughly. You're through in record time. Try Bab - O on your pots and pans, porcelain and , onamelware. See why 4 million women have switched to grease - dissolving Bab - O. Get 2 cans; one for your kitchen, one for your bathroom. y mm m MM ., ,... ItAK UUI THIS AD NOW - As a Reminder to Get Your Bab - O Can Holders at - Your Crocor's Today. To the Food Editor: If you want your family to beg for more, try serving them this dessert. Lemon Sponge Pie 1 cup sugar dash of salt 1 tablespoon flour - 3 eggs separated ' grated rind of 1 lemon juice of 2 lemons 1 tablespoon melted butter ' 1 cup hot milk ftastry shell Combine sugar, salt and flour, Add to egg yolks 'and beat until light. Add lemon rind, juice and butter. Gradually stir in milk, Fold in egg whites, beaten until stiff. Turn into pastry - lined pie pan. Bake in moderately slow oven 325 degrees until pie is firm. Mrs. Edward Shroy, 263 Pine Street, Middletown, Pa, To the Food Editor: Here are three household hints which may prove helpful to your readers. Household Hints To keep dough from adhering to your rolling pin, wrap the pin with a piece of waxed paper. Wire coat - hangers make nice flower and plant holders. Bend them into the desired shape and use for ivy, etc. The addition of a little borax to starch will prevent the iron from sticking when ironing. Mrs. Frank Shields, Route 3, Newville, Pa. To the Food Editor: Here are two household hints which are both practical and eas ily done. Household Hints To hasten the freezing of ice cubes and prevent the tray from adhering to the unit, moisten the palm of hand, sprinkle with salt and then rubpalm over bottom of tray. To measure shortening easily and accurately, put water in measuring cup leaving the re quired space for shortening. The addition of the shortening will raise the water to the top of the cup. In other words, to measure Vi cup of shortening, fill up full of water and add shortening until water reaches the top. Mrs. William P. Eisenhauer, 31 Olmsted Drive, Middletown, Pa, Tn the Pniul Hriltnr - - w - 1 i. Here is a delicious quick din - r ner which can be prepared on very short notice. ninn. Im a nick 1 tablespoon of lard, melt in pan ana aaa: 1 pound of hamburg 1 onion, diced 1 green pepper, diced . 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper 'After browning - this mixture, place in bowl and cover with one beaten egg. Open one small can of tomatoes and 1 can of creamed corn. Place in casserole as follows: One layer hamburg mixture, one layer tomatoes, one layer creamed corn, repeating until all mgred' ients are used. Sprinkle top with buttered bread crumbs. Bake in 350 degree oven for one half hour, s Mrs. J. D. Bott, ' 414 St. Paul St., York, Pa. To the Food Editor: Here is a salad recipe which makes a most tempting disb. on a warm day. Vitamin - ABC Salad 2 to 4 sliced oranges cup peanut butter 1 cup shredded carrots 16 cooked prunes 1 tablespoon carnation milk Salad dressing Salad greens ' Peel and slice oranges. Mix peanut butter and carrots to gether with enough salad dress ing to moisten. Remove pits from prunes and stuff with peanut but ter mixture. ' .. ' Arrange sliced oranges on a nest of salad greens and top with stuffed prunes. Serves 4. Mrs. Ruth Carroll, 3764 Derry Si, Paxtang, Pa. To the Food Editor: This is a recipe which has con - ilcmo Meats Satisfy Thrco I Jays - - 1 U. 8. Grading. All our Btef and Lamb are U. 8. Government graded, the only official grades. 2 PROPERLY TRIMMED. This Is nothing new In our markets. It has always been our practice to rmove excess fat and bone. 3 PRICED RIGHT. You alwsys get lowest possible prices, in addition to U. 8. Graded Meat, properly trimmed. s3c Picnic Style Fresh Shouldoirs Short Shank Smoked Picnics Freshly Ground Hamburger lb 37c Skinless Frankfurts . 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