The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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WESTERN STYLE BARBECUE CHICKEN 2 frying chickens, cut in quarters Fat Flour 1 cup chopped onions 2 tablespoons vinegar 2 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce teaspoon red pepper teaspoon black pepper teaspoon chili powder cup catsup cup water cup chopped green pepper Wash chicken quarters and dry. Roll in flour to coat well. Shake off excess flour. Melt % cup shortening in a skillet. Brown chicken pieces on both sides in hot fat. Combine onions and remaining ingredients. Pour over chicken. Cover and ccok slowly 30 to 40 minutes or until tender. Remove cover and cook an additional 10 minutes. MAN-SIZED SANDWICHES 1 cup ripe olives 14 cups grated American cheese 'n cup mayonnaise & teaspoon grated onion Vt teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 6 round French rolls Butter Tomatoes Cut olives in.small pieces. Blend with cheese, mayonnaise, onion and Worcestershire sauce. Make 2 cuts part way through each roll from top to bottom, and spread cut edges lightly with butter, then thickly with cheese-olive mixture. Cut tomatoes in halves and then into thin slices. Put a half slice in each cut. Place rolls on baking sheet. Bake in moderately hot oven (375 degrees F.) about 15 minutes. Serve at once. Makes 6 rolls. Hat 25OO cooking award* in her intereiting coUtction Kewonee Woman Takes Trip to Oregon and Wins Cooking Awards While There Whether she's in her own kitchen or half way across the country, Mrs. Roman Wilke certainly turns out prize-winning dishes! Last fall she won 1^6 awards at the Heart of Illinois Fair and the Knox County and Sandwich Fairs—all in her home state. Then on a trip to Oregon Mrs. Wilke entered cooking competition there and won 28 more awards. It's lucky for a traveler like Mrs. Wilke that she can buy Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast in any part of the country because, says Mrs. Wilke, "I just wouldn't use any other kind. It's so fresh and lively—always rises fast every single time." You hear words like these from prize-winning cooks all over the country. And when top cooks praise Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast you know it's good! In fact Fleischmann's is guaranteed fresher and faster rising or double your money back. And it's easier to serve yeast-raised specialties with this dry yeast handy — it keeps for months. When you bake at home use the best — Fleischmann's ActiveDry Yeast. */$**/ A New Continuing Premium Program for Robin Hood Flour Users on Famous Brand Name Merchandise Now, in every bag of Robin Hood Flour you'll find Robin Hood Homemakers' Club stamps that will bring you wonderful articles for your home and family at discounts up to 50% ! Illustrated are some of the more than 150 items offered — nationally advertised merchandise with such famous names as Westinghouse, Proctor, Argus, Cory, Dprmeyer! You can order without long waiting, without saving quantities of stamps. In fact, many items require no more stamps than the number packed in just one bag of Robin Hood Flour. So do all your baking with Robin Hood Flour and join the Robin Hood Homemakers' Club. Full particulars, together with stamps, are in every Robin Hood bag. For' a short time, at your grocer's, you'll also find a Robin Hood Homemakers' Club catalog packed with each bag. Or you dim get one by writing to Robin Hood Homemakers' Club, New Prague, Minnesota. Robin Hood One fibvr -for //// ybttr

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