The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1956 · Page 42
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Uur|«*'» Stwil C'utalojt FREE. W. AUK BUIffE CO. ISO lurpc* Bldg., Clint**, !•*>• Mfci-M/toffi* i •Y MAN SCOn JANUARY .brings a new calendar with pages studded with red letter days that promise color and spice added to our daily life. These holidays tall singly some months, in others they come in pairs, but in February we find three occasions for a party. It may not be a big party — possibly you'll just invite another coyple in to celebrate the day, but in any event you'll want appropriate refreshments for the occasion. You can be both romantic and patriotic in this short month for cupid's arrows dart through air filled with birthdays of illustrious men. There are so many interesting affairs one can plan in February: Lincoln Luncheons, Valentine Teas, Mount Vernon Buffets at which one might feature Railsplitter Rolls, Log Cabin Hamburgers, Cupid Sandwiches, Hatchet Cookies. For Valentine's Day you might choose a Valentine Salad Mold so full of whipped cream, pineapple, bananas, maraschino cherries t and nutmeats that it is partified enough to be used as a dessert if you desire. Or you might like a Valentine's Cake which can be made on short order out of a cake mix if necessary. Bake in a square cake pan, cover with chocolate frosting, then trace a lacy white heart on top and decorate with clusters of candles. If you're having friends in on the evening of Lincoln's birthday, gather them round the fireplace and let them settle back to enjoy a tempting snack in the form of Lincoln Log Loaf, a loaf of sweet pickle relish and bologna which goes well with steaming cups of hot cocoa on a cold wintry night. For the day set aside to honor the Father of Our Country, you'll want a cherry dessert or something with cherry decor, possibly Washington's French Banana Dessert Pancakes or a Cottage Cheese Cherry Pie. February may be a short month, but it adds mid-winter color and spice to our daily life. Gather your friends round the fireplace and settle back with them to enjoy a tempting snack you've all ready and waiting in the refrigerator. Lincoln'* Log Loaf — a festive loqf of cream cheese, sweet pickle relish and bologna does the trick. It's ever so easy to make too. Serve with a tray of relishes, hot buttered rolls and steaming cups of cocoa. LINCOLN LOG LOAF (Makes 6 servings) 1 teaspoon light cream or top milk 3 tablespoons sweet pickle relish 2 8-ounce packages of cream cheese Vb cup sweet pickle relish 1 pound bologna sliced Vs -inch thick (about 2 inches in diameter) i K ^ hip ® ounces c / e1am cheese until light and fluffy. Fold in >,b cup pickle relish. Spread a spoonful of cheese-relish mixture on a bologna slice. Place another bologna slice on top and spread it with pickle mixture. Repeat this procedure until all bologna has been used. Lay pile lengthwise on serving platter. Whip remaining 8 ounces cream cheese with cream until light and fluffy. Cover roll evenly with plain cream cheese. Garnish with pickle relish and pickle-pimiento flower. Chill in refrigerator several hours or overnight. To serve, slice roll diagonally

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