The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 69
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 69

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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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SWEET POTATO CUPS 2 pounds sweet potatoes or yams 2 tablespoons butter 2 teaspoons grated orange rind % teaspoon salt % cup light or dark raisins Orange Shells Marshmallows Cook sweet potatoes in small amount of boiling water 20 minutes, or until tender. Cool enough to handle. Peel and mash. Add butter, orange rind and salt, and beat until fluffy, adding a little orange juice or milk if potatoes seem dry. Stir in raisins. Heap into orange shells or turn into buttered baking dish. Top with marshmallows. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 20 minutes or until thoroughly heated. Makes 6 servings. Regardless of which variety of ham you choose, bake it in a 325° F. oven. To duplicate the picture-pretty ham shown here, wrap the shank half of a ham in heavy waxed paper. Place it cut side down on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Allow 25 to 27 minutes per pound for baking time. During the last half hour of the baking time, remove wrapper, peel rind, score fat lightly, and glaze with a mixture of 1 cup of brown sugar and Vfe cup of fruit juice. Put the glaze on in several applications so that it browns on gradually and doesn't all run off into the baking pan. Don't scoop up the glaze from the pan to pour over the ham again if you- want your ham to wear a sparkling glaze. The fat in the pan will dull the glisten. For a final holiday touch, garnish the ham with halves of maraschino cherries and surround it on the platter with rosy baked apples nestled in a bit of greenery. OOPS!Ge Mishaps happen! Luckily, there's a sure, quick cure. Just reach for Hi-lex Liquid Bleach . . . the wopderful product that deodorizes and disinfects as it bleaches! Dilute according to directions .. . swish .. . odors disappear . . . stubborn spots and stains quickly vanish. Always ask for Hi-lex . . . with magical ingredient "X". IIUCMII ../wA5/7//y/ ilSWMCTS -Safely! HOMIUIS ...Magically! Start with a mix ... then add KARO SYRUP for NEW QUICK TREATS from your kitchen Your marvelous \ cup ««9« r Label and bu'tter and arrange in gn £* down. Ml *wr% 14 of muiture ev^« 0 J a Vtfid a b^- g or 9-»nch tube P*^ b lla th e ffof S a fl ^fn°uTdSfi» melted SyruP over dough. B"^^^' ssa^BMBg SMpaSSsSs S5£ B KARO l Sy h ru P toV. cu* 50* AMMIVHSAIV IWM-ltS* CCMN MOOUCTS •{FINING COMPANY Try instant pudding and Karo Syrup for the smoothest, best-tasting SUNDAE SAUCE ever! Chocolate: Gradually stir contents of 1 package instant chocolate pudding into 1 cup Karo Syrup, Red LabeL Blend in % cup water. •uH«r*cotch: Gradually stir contents of 1 package instant butterscotch pudding into 1 cup Karo Syrup, Red Label. Blend in two tablespoons water. Not*: For richer sauces, stir in two tablespoon* melted margarine or butter. Each recipe makes 1 1 4 cups. When a recipe calls for corn syrup—that means..!

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