The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 64
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 64

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
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exciting versions of dairy dishes CHEESE-BAKED EGGS For each serving allow 2 eggs. 2 tablespoons rich milk or cream, 1 tablespoon butter, 3 to 4 tablespoons shredded American Cheddar cheese, natural or process, seasonings as desired. Into well-buttered individual baking dishes or a large baking platter, pour the milk or cream. Carefully break in the eggs. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and paprika, dot with butter and top with shredded cheese. (You may like to add a bit of Worcestershire sauce and a drop or two of Tobasco sauce to the milk or cream.) Note: If you want to make them extra hearty, first arrange in the bottom of each dish a layer of corned beef hash, a thin slice of or some chopped ham or luncheon meat, leftover creamed chicken or chopped and seasoned cooked chicken livers. Arrange baking dishes on cookie sheet. Bake in a moderate oven 15 to 18 minutes or until of desired firmness. June just around the comer, we're about to observe Dairy Festival Month, a month in which banks, business, industry, and the press join with housewives and farmers in celebrating with gala parades, giant milk bars, stunts ranging from "glass-of-milk-a-day" contests to milking contests in which even the governors of states compete for milking honors. But while governors and the public pay tribute to the dairy industry in this way, we housewives have our own way of celebrating the occasion — with exciting new versions of dairy dishes! Dairy foods not only have a way of circling the clock from breakfast through the late evening snack but they also fit into every course in a meal from appetizer to dessert. You can start the day off with a flourish with dairy dishes — take Cheese-Baked Eggs, for example. For lunch or dinner, dishes made with Blue Cheese prove a sensation — among the new ideas for a main dish is a Souffle Ring of Macaroni and Blue Cheese! And though it's not new, nothing creates such magic as sour cream does with Swedish Meat Balls. Cottage cheese is one of the most versatile of dairy products ... an aroma reminiscent of bread baking in the old-fashioned kitchen spreads through the house when Cottage Cheese Pinwhcct Rolls are baked ... Cottage Cheese Apricot Salad leads a double life for it can be served in the traditional salad spot on the menu or it may come along as a dessert . . . No-Bake Cheese Cake, a fluffy pineapple refrigerator cheese cake, is another tempting way of using cottage cheese which turns into a dessert that will bring compliments a-plenty. Actually there are glamorous desserts without end made primarily with dairy products that fall within the category of "Desserts that Call for Company" : Angel Surprise Cake is one ... a quick easy frozen Orange Pie that struts cereal and whipped cream another . . . then there's a spicy variation of a Walnut Butter Cake, pretty as a picture and with nutmcats in the batter, that satisfies the desire for a new dessert. Johnny's on the spot! But spots don't really worry Johnny 'cause Mom keeps Hi-lex handy. She knows a Hi-lex dilution is the easy way to soak out stubborn spots and stains. She knows, too, the easy way to have whiter, brighter washes is to add Hi-lex to the wash water . . . one cup per tubful. Try it. MIAOUS ..Instantly! MM*ICTS...&fe/y/ ...Magically! Cleveland ,4?~'~5% Conveniently located in the ^5*5=5* heart of downtown Clave- j£>l_ land—just minutes away from •nJXr^ •verything. 800 beautifully decorated, spacious rooms and suites— each with private bath and radio. Si» outstanding restaurants and bars. Excellent facilities for Conventions and Special Events. Garage open 'round the •clock. Ho/A ClndmltMoit Superior Aveme tad East Satk Street MOMMT •>, JOVC« COTTAGE CHEESE PINWHEEL ROLLS dozen rolls 375° preheated oven 20-25 minutes V4 package of cake yeast (active or compressed) cup warm not hot water 2V4 cups sifted flour FILLING: 3 tablespoons melted butter % cup firmly packed brown sugar Vt cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt >,£ cup butter 1 12-oz. carton cream style cottage cheese 1 egg, beaten Vfe teaspoon vanilla l /z teaspoon almond extract % cup chopped nuts Measure water into mixing bowl. (Cool to lukewarm for compressed yeast. Sprinkle or crumble in yeast. Stir until dissolved. Sift flour, sugar, and salt together into a mixing bowl. Cut in butter until the mixture re- sembles fine meal. Add cottage cheese, egg, and dissolved yeast and mix well. (If necessary add more flour to make a dough that can be handled.) Roll out on a lightly floured board to a 14 inch square. Combine all of the filling ingredients and spread on the dough. Roll up like a jelly roll and cut into 18 slices. Place on a greased baking sheet and let rise for IVt hours or until doubled in bulk. Bake in a 375" preheated oven for 20-25 minutes.

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