Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 12, 1940 · 54
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Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · 54

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Pwf 2t Pittshurqh Sun-Tefeqraph Cook Book Wednesday, June 12. J 94 J LUNCHEON FOR TWO llron by Cool,! NEW IRONING BOARD h-.... -'art ,.V i '2v VaW. -v. y i 1 i ' -S3? If the gentleman of the house comes djsliing in hungry, prepare a tray for two wiih prune milk shake and sandwiches. Serve Prune Milk Shake, Cookies, Sandwiches on Ironing Day If you've been busy ironing and haven't much time to cook, I suggest that you make sandwiches and a prune milk shake, and don't forget to make a batch of Toll House Cookies. Place it on a tray and go out on the porch or under a shady tree. Take the gentleman of the house with you, rest, relax and enjoy nutritious food. The unusual combination of chilled prune juice and malted milk is both health and appetite inspiring. Serve with dainty sandwiches filled with egg and ripe olive salad, for a typical western luncheon offering. Milk Shake 1 cup prune juice 2 tablespoons malted milk (dry). 3 cups milk. Have prune juice and milk well chilled. Combine all ingredients and blend with rotary beater or shake well in shaker. Serve in tall glasses. Garnish if desired. Have a new cookie that everybody loves because it is so delicious, so different and so easy to make. With each crisp bite you taste a delicious bit of semi-sweet chocolate and a crunch of rich walnut meat. A perfection combination. Here's a proven recipe that neverq fails. Try it, and treat yourself on ironing day. Toll House Cookies 1 cup butter. i cup brown sugar. ?i cup granulated sugar. 2 eggs, beaten whole. 1 teaspoon soda. 1 teaspoon hot water. 2'i cups flour. 1 teasp-n salt. 1 cup chopped nuts. 2 bars semi-sweet chocolate. 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cut the semi-sweet in pieces the size of a pea. Cream butter and add sugars and beaten egg. Dissolve soda in the hot water and mix alternately with the flour sifted with tlie salt. Lastly add the chopped nuts and the pieces I of semi-sweet chocolate. Flavor with the vanilla and drop half tea spoons on a greased cookie sheet. Makes 100 cookies. Every one will be surprised and delighted to find that the chocolate does not melt. New Ironing Board Made Of Metal We live in the modern steel age. It is not unusual these days to And steel replacing wood in the manufacture and construction of many products, such as ships' hulls, aeroplane fuselages, domestic and office furniture, doors, window casements, etc. All this is in keeping with the modern trend to improve the useability of products and to extend their useful life. In keeping with tins advance in the manufacturing art, the development of an all metal ironing broad comes as a natural consequence. Metal has been used for some period of time In the construction of ironing board legs, but the metalization of the top continued to be overlooked until developmental work was started a year or so ago. As a result of these developments which became rather generally known, practically every important ironing board manufacturer has directed attention more or loses along the same line. Electric Method Southern homemakers call in electricity as a modern laundry aid, because it beats the heat. If you want to beat the summer heat, I advise you to buy one of the new light weight electric irons, weighing only four pounds, Beautifully served and deli-ciously prepared meals are characteristic of the South, famous the world over for its hospitality. And Southern homemakers are in the forefront of the increasing legion of American women who are modernizing their homes by calling upon electricity to do many of their tasks for them. Easy to Use Dingy table linens, all hostesses know, may spoil the most beautifully appointed meal. That is why many women in the South and elsewhere are installing electric laundry equipment, whether they do their own washing and ironing, or have their servants do it for them. In addition to being efficient and economical, modern electric laundry equipment is so simple that even the most inexperienced person can use it. Proud of their fine homes, Southern homemakers in steadily growing numbers are installing electric washers, water heaters, ironers and other laundry equipment to insure clean, spotless clothes, bed linens and table linens. Ironing is easier today than ever before. You iron all but the flat pieces with your hand iron in quick and easy fashion. Every bride needs a good electric iron. Restful Ironer Among the most popular pieces of apparatus being installed at present is the electric ironer, which permits ironing to be done in the restful way, sitting in a comfortable chair. Even the largest of family clothes baskets, filled to over-flowing with sheets, pillowcases, table linen, children's clothes and men's shirts, can be emptied in an hour or so with an ironer. Can you imagine ironing a Madeira tablecloth, three yards long, in 28 minutes? It has been done. Nine handkerchiefs can be ironed at one time in about half a minute. Two or more napkins may be ironed at once. Ironing may be done economic-ally on the electric ironer. too. ive that the last 15 minutes' work may be done on stored heat, with the current turned off. - Cream Pudding 3 cup salad dressing. 3 tablespoons granulated tapioca. a teaspoon salt. 1 cup water. 1-3 cup granulated sugar. 2 tablespoons lemon juics. 2 cups berries. 2'3 cup cubed marshmallows. 2;i cup whipped cream. Cook tapico in salt and water in a double boiler for 15 minutes. Stir frequently. Add sugar and juice. Chill and fold in other ingredients. Chill until serving time and then arrange In plass cups. - " - V M-i i You'll smile and be happy too when you own this brind new 4'j-pound iron jnd the steel ironing board that conies with it. Raspberry Pie Unbaked pie crust. 4 eggs, beaten. li cup thick raspberry jam. J4 cup granulated sugar. V teaspoon grated lemon rind. Va teaspoon salt. 2 cups milk. Mix eggs, jam, sugar, rind, salt and milk. Pour into crust and bake 10 minutes in a moderately slow oven. Lower the heat and bake 40 minutes in a moderately slow oven. The pie is done when the filling quivers. It will thicken when cold so do not over-cook. Camping Please send me Prudence Penny's new leaflet on "Camping." Name Address City I Inclosed a self-addressed stamped envelope for my leaflet. Q TfUN TRANSFORMATIONS BOBS no natural tier npvr btr your wret. Tliy lire mo light in wrixlit ry ran lie worn with lolatt comfort during th hot aummpr month. r.icluive model priced within rex'h of every moi)ett nurse. 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