The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 75
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 75

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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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W F& T2M W SA!' * V " *--*«' * if FRIED f 1LLET OP FLOUNDER Separate Fillet of Flounder and roll in seasoned flour. Fry in small amount of hot fat in heavy skillet 3 to 5 minutes, turning to brown both sides. Garnish with lemon slices and parsley. GoHCaJse Sunshine bright and flavor-froth, this Gold Cake made with fresh egg yplki and Clabber Girl to five it a rich, (olden color, delicious flavor and feathery texture. Frost a* usual or serve with a fruit filling topped with .whipped cream . . . truly a praise inviting effort for the home-baker. . GOLD CAKE Yield: 2—8-inch layers 2 cup* titled cake flour 2H teatpoont Clabber Girl Baking Powder X teatpoon toll H cup tnortening 1 taMupoon grated orange rind 1 teatpoon orange extract 6 <8g yott« ( H rup) >i cup mt/A Orange tettion* 1 cup tugar Sift together flour. Baking Powder, and •alt. Cream together shortening, sugar, orange rind, and orange extract until light and fluffy. Add egg yolk*, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Blend in dry ingredient* alternately with milk, adding dry ingredients first and last. Beat only ur),til smooth after each addition. Pour equal amounts of batter into 2 greased and floured B x IH-inch round layer cake nan*. Bake in a 350° F. (moderate) oven about 26 minutes. Cool thoroughly. Frost with Seven-Minute Frosting. Garnish with orange sections. FLAVOR FRESH ... Rtmtrabw, it's Ik* frtsk ingrsdiints in your komt- baud (•dpi tut mak* things taste btttir; slay frtsnlonffr! Clabber Girl Htm [idudvfly (MVI ii Iks l«Ui| Pa«i«r •ilk Ik* litiMta •wMf aCtiM HUUMAN AND CO.. TERKE HAUTE. INO. General Electric 2-in-T Mixer at a new low price- $ 27 95 * USE IT ON THE STAND. For heavy or long mixing chores use this all-purpose mixer with the stand and revolving 3-quart Pyrex bowl. USE IT AS A PORTAM.E. Lift the lightweight mixer right off its stand. Take it to the range to mix while you cook. Hong up for storage. Handy keyhole slot lets mixer hang on wall like a saucepan. Out of the way but within easy reach. Thit new General Electric 2-in-l Mixer has a powerful motor that will maintain desired speed for any mixing job. Lift it right off the stand for use as a lightweight portable ... it weighs only 3 pounds 2 ounces. The handy selector knob puts 12 mixing speeds at your fingertips. The easy- to-read chart gives suggested settings for every mixing job. Storage is no problem at all. The mixer head hangs on the wall when not in use . . . out of the way but always within easy reach. The compact base stores easily, and the bowl is put away with your other mixing bowls. Look for the G-E All-Purpose Mixer at your General Electric dealer's. He'll be glad to demonstrate it. General Electric Company, Housewares and Radio Receiver Division, Bridgeport 2, Connecticut. 'Manufacturer's recommended retail or Fair Trade price. Convenient hool reft. Holds mixer so that the drippings fall hack into the bowl instead of onto the work surface. Is OvrMost ImforiMt frodvct GENERAL^ ELECTRIC

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