The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 59
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 59

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New General Electric 2-in-l 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 PORTABLE. Lift the lightweight mixer right off its stand. Take it to the range to mix while you cook. Hang up for storage. Handy keyhole slot lets mixer hang an wall like a saucepan. Out of the way but within easy reach. Convenient heel rest. Holds mixer so that the drippings fall back into the bowl instead of onto the work surface. This 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. Tfag/vss k Our Most Important Product GENERAL!! ELECTRIC CLABBER GIRL Thanks to Italy for this taste-teasing tidbit, made even more delightful, lighter, more tender and flavorful, with Clabber Girl. A new and novel idea in quick breads, a new adventure in home-baking. cup milk )« cup tomato paste It cup grated sharp Cheddar cheese (2 ouncti) Crushed oregano Yield: About 70 small; 30 large \i pound"bulk sausage tj cup shortening 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 2H teaspoons Clabber Girl Baking Powder H teaspoon salt Mash sausage in a cold frying pan. Slowly fry sausage, stirring frequently to cook sausage thoroughly'in small pieces. Drain. Sift together flour, Baking Powder, and salt into a mixing bowl. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse corn meal. Add milk. Blend with fork until dry ingredients are just dampened. Knead dough gently, about H minute. Roll out about 'it inch'thick. Cut with 1-4 or 3-inch round cutter. Place rounds on ungreased baking sheet. Slightly pinch up edges of each round. On each round, place in order tomato paste, cheese, sausage, and oregano. Bake in a 450° F. (very hot) oven about 12 minutes. Serve hot. FLAVOR FRESH . . Remember, it's the fresh ingredients in your home- baked lecipe that make things taste better; stay Iresh longer! Guaranteed by Goad Housekeeping CLABBE New delusively Known as the taking Powder with the Balanced Double Action HULMAN AND CO.. TERRE HAUTE

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