The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 41
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 41

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, November 23, 1975
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SS& Pies & Desserts. DELUXE PECAN PIE Mr*. Defer* M*MH Freeport 1 stick or >.•» packet erf pic crust mix 3 Tbsp chopped nut* OU)-FASHIONK1> PUMPKIN PIK Mr*. Drbra M»»on Frwport 1 stick or ! v packet of pic crust mix 1 c. sugar '-3 tap. tail 2 Tbsp. butter, melted '* c. dark corn syrup ><3 c. whipping cream j tsp. vanilla "*4 c, brandy 1 c. pecan halves Heat oven to 375 degrees. Prepare pastry for *-inch, one-crust pie BH directed on package, except stir in chopped nut* before adding water. In small bowl, beat eggs, sugar, gait, butter, syrup and cream. Stir in vanilla, brandy and pecans. Pour into pastry -lined pie pan. Bake 40 to 50 minutes or until filling is set and pastry is golden brown. Cool Makes 10 to 12 acrvingfi 1 can 1 1C oz > pumpkin *4 c sugar '? tsp «*l! 1 Up cinnamon 4 tsp ginger '^ tsp. clove* 1 can U3 07. i evaporated whole or skim milk (one and two-thirds c ' or light cream whipped cream Heat oven to 425 degrees Prepare pa»tr>' for 9-inch pie. Ileat egg* slightly with rotary beater, beat in remaining ingredient* Pour into pastry -lined pit- pan Bake 15 minute* Reduce oven to 350 degree* Bake A'> minutes longer or until knife inserted center and edge come*, out clean Cool Top wi'.h whipped cream Shoes for Men ttRAZOSPOKT VILLAGE 2H4I4I DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON »7-t»l l.KMON CHKSS PIK Mr*. J. J.SpllIrr Jr. Braroria Place in a large bowl 2 c. sugar 1 Tbsp flour I Tbsp yellow corn meal Mix with a fork or pastry blender Then add; 4 unbeaten eggs ',« c. melted margarine '4 c. milk '4 c. lemon juice Grated rinds of lemons. Add to above mixture and blend well. Pour into unbaked shell and bake at 325 degrees for approximately 40 minutes or until done. Test it as you would a custard pic. K<;CMM; IMF. Janrt KrnU Brarori* 1-9 inch baked *Jwli 3 Tbsp cold water '« c sugar 't Up w<!! : i tap almond rxtrnr* 1 envelope Knox I' i- pr'-|>.irr-<1 1 c whipped cream 2 t.sp \ .milU i or rum Soften gelatin in cold water Warm •*ggn'»R over direct !<:-. heat Stir \r. Kt'latjn until r(t?ii|)letel\ dissolved OulJ i/fid/ [mrtmlh wf Ifi'-n t«.'at until smooth Into stiffly whipped cream, beat sugar. salt and flavorings Fold into eggnog mixture Four into baked shell and chill 2 to •) hours (ianush with grated nutmeg, almonds or red and green cherries benl-fige nx>kbfx>k PKKSIMMONPI'I>1)1\(; Mr*. J.J.Spllier. Jr. Itra/urin "When grandmother made this she did not use uur modern measurein'-nts This was from m> grandmother's cooktxxik as early as 1VKK) when she first came to Texas." 1 c persimmon irublx-d through a sieve or in it blender" 1 c sugar Butter alxnit the size of an eggiuipprox. one-third cup 1 'T c. sw«ft milk I tsp (heaping' baking powder '-.• tsp soda dissolved in 't c buttermilk '-.• Up. cinnamon 1 c. all-purpose flour Mix as you would for brownies. Pour into a prepared sheet cake pan Hake in a 375 degree oven Top with whipped cream, delicious hot or cold CHF.F.SF. CIU'ST FCWOF.F.P \1MM.K IMF Mrv John I'nttrkrr Jonr* ( rrrk i It) >?rat«l yellow cherw • about '••! c shortening tx-ttrr to uso imtter or margarine^ 'i tsp sail 7 T)»p in- water Sift dry ingredients ond cut with vlinrtening until meah Mix m chersr lightly Aiid *iiler gradually, making a stiff dinjgh i More or less water may IK- added • Roll out on board Place in derp cavserole diih c.r pie pans Hrush Ixittom crust with oil \ery lightly, lop rruM with oil or egg white This makes the crust crisp and nicely brown Makes '.' nine inch crusts Boys A Girls CLOTHING and accessories WHERE? at Always a Large Selection. Always Major Brands. Always Ready to Help You 1 Gift Wrapping Free

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