The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 55
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Breads & Cakes. «* BUTTER CREAM FROSTING Ann* Virgiaia Uv WestGotambia s s C- butter or margarine ** tsp, safe 1 Ib i;4>a c. ) uaaafled CQofecti«XT"* sugar 2 egg yolks unbeaten 1 tsp vamB» 2 Tbsp tapprox. > milk or one wfjok «*g Cream batter ur.til soft. Add sal; and part of sugar gradually blending after eacfc addition Then add egg yo&s and vanilla, blend **U. Add remaining sugar alternately with milk. until at right consistency to spread, beating after cacft addition until smooth. Makes 2H caps. C. \RKOT C Dot Rrackie IU C oil 2 c sugar 2 c. raw gratrd carrot I c coconut 2 c chopped nut* 1 tsp »i* 2 tsp. baiiftg soia t tsp cuaiamor. 2 tsp vanilla 1 xrnail car, crushed pirwappi* 2 c flow Mix m oofer BaJtc at sse for 40 to JO B3 mates Maxes cake RAISIN CAKE Mrs. J. V. Frccfrart "Furnished by Sirs. Ira Compfcn Frank to For 10" tube pan boil cup of water (enough to have 2 cups juice left or add to tfais amount.) Drain raisins, saving juice. Allow juice te cool 10 or 15 minutes, then add 2 tsp. soda. Add to raisins: %i c. oU Vjr tap. cloves 1 tsp. salt 2 c. sugar ',i tags nutmeg 1 tap. cinnamon Stir well, then adc alternate)}. 4 c. flour 2 c. raisin juice with 1 tsp. coda Bake in greased tube pan (or an hour or until cake pulls away from sides of pan. Dry if overcooked. BUTTERMILK CAKE Mrs. J. V. CompCon Frerpert "Fsarnisbed by H«kn Compton's mother. Mrs Christian " 1 c. Crisco 3 c. cake flour H tsp. soda '•* tsp salt •^ tap. vanilla 2 c. sugar «*** 1 c. buttermilk >*> tsp lemon extract 4 drops almond extract Cream sugar and Crisco. add eggs, previously beaten with a spoon. Add eggs in three or four portions, using mixer. Don't beat too much Add extracts. Sift together. In several portions, add dry and liquid ingredients, flour first and last. Bake in greased tube pan at 350 degrees for an hour. LAYER JK1.LY CAKE Pittr VoUbaom Brareria "Pretty !pr Christ mas. this nine layer cake came to rnt Iron; my grandmother. Mrs M E .Spinneckc !: originally wa» baked back m «h« 1«60'» " I c butter 2 l j c. i 1 ? c. miJk 3 up baking powder 4 c flour Oream butter, sugar and eg£> until smooth Alternately add milk and dry ingredients Do not beat a long time Spread in right -inch cake tins very, very thin. Should be nine of these layers in this recipe. Bake each on* lft-15 minutes in a 373 degree oven. Coo!; then stack with any nice jelly On top spread thin »ith jelly and sprinkle with granulated sugar Offer for a Special Gift! SPEED CUE EM \ AUTOMATIC WASHER Model $ DA «12« 249 N, ELECTRIC DRYER \ as Model DE6231 176 'Happy rfofidoy' J *•»»*• 1 1 Up v - r££* 2 e all i e 21 OK CJ>?. prr- Appi*- {nw: {iihr< •.a-tsUa. J>3wi, stir unttj bt«wi< iy SpOOft fiOLSt IftlO Add rrrnatrnng n's to os5 mtxtur«> Stir *j to ij strokes until «*>!$• blended Pour jr.'o prrpartrf pars Rakp 23, to 35 minutes unUi toothpick inserted in middle ctwws out ciean Prick hot every half inch with tang-'sned fork Glair ot^zt: H c sugar H c dairy sowr cream «-4 c. chopped nuts Combine in small saucepan Stir constantly over medium heat until mixture is very light and foamy Pour slowly over hot cake. Sprinkle with nuts Serve cake warm or cold. Refrigerate any leftovers MONKEY BREAD Mr*. Mac (Lnora) Martin BrazorU "This is just like eating popcorn The more you eat, the more you want." two-thirds clip sugar OPEN M mm z Mfr *l*o honor . • KonkAmcrieani • Moitvr Chorg*] Diners Club • American Express Cart* Menehe • Shopper Charge SHOI'IMNG J n' 1 . PIT t ion STOHK HOIKS: Mwi.-Fri, ?W, «jn-fi Sal.-AlI Day •I'ALM ( ENTER I'llONK Ki9-.|:i2 ANGI.ET()N. TEXAS, > c. scalded milk 1 tsp salt two-thirds c shortening 1 c. mashrd potatoes 2 sticks margarine 1 yeast cake, dissolved in '7 c warm water 5 c, sifted flour Cream together sugar and shortening, add eggs, mashed potatoes, milk and yeast (dissolved in water), salt, and flour. Mix well, turn onto well-floured board and knead till smooth. Grease well a large mixing bowl, place dough in bowl and turn over (so that it is well-greased on top) cover with cloth, let rise to double in bulk. Divide and roll out into rectangular shape, cut into strips i'/j by 3 inches; melt margarine. Let cool slightly. Dip each piece into margarine, place in tube pan in a brick like manner pattern, 3 layers deep. Let rise and bake in 375 degree oven about -15 minutes. A regular baking pan may be used, but make only two layers. (It is nicer if baked in stem pan). ISALADS a i VEGETABLES! RA14-S rrva reh ro A U<*w* crushed corn { Put tame o! th*> a large shrnaltow. moWing with Ux- roirxis Roii «.»ch ball in crw»J»rd com flakrs I'lacr on a haktn£ pjn and bake «( 350 «irer<rps unti! marshmaiiow* start to swell Remove from pan and serve "G«t your kids U> help — they will en)oy it " SWEKTANOSOl'R BtJWTtKYE Julia Mar Hal! Angtrton 2 No. 2 cans blackrye peas, drained 2 c cooked diced carrot*. dram«tl 1 medium onion chopped 1 medium green pepper chopped 1 small jar chopped pimiento. drained i < c. sugar 3 » c vinegar two-thirds c wihid oil C o m b i n c and marinate overnight Makes 10-12 servings SCALLOPED CORN Mrs. \Vaynr Huntsman 'Clule "This is nn old Dutch recipe from Michigan," 1 can cream style corn }'? c. crushed crackers : c. milk '•4 c. butter 3 eggs salt and pepper to taste '» c. cheese (diced). Crush crackers in large casserole dish. Add all other ingredients except eggs. Beat eggs well and add to casserole, mix well. Bake at 400 or 425 degrees for 45 minutes or until thick and crusty on top. SWKKT POTATO PONfc MoUir II 'Sjcns i ; i C S-UjtAf ; Tb»p i c coJrf with bultrr, pourtng rrmaitwirr in mixturr Cook *lflr«ly !u STRAWBEttRV JKLI.O SALAt) Kcrt* Dissolve two packages sJrawbrrry Jrllo in {wo cup* boilmg water Add two 10-ouncf package. « froien strawberries Ssir until thawed Add one can crushed pinrapple, ti ounce size. two large Hartana* diced and one hiiK cup pocarts Pour into bowl and chill BAKED CORN Mrs. Jamr» Johnujn Kreeport 1 can cream corn 2 Thsp margarine i melted over low heatt salt and pepper 2 Tbsp. flour Make a paste of margarine and Hour Add 1 c milk stir unti! i! becomes a thick sauce and pour in com. Beat in 1 egg. Pour into baking dish, Crumble crackers over top. Hake at 275 or 300 degrees till golden brown, Serves four to six people. (or Teens for Young Juniors for Ladies has moderate priced, high fashions in trusted brands. DONNKENXY-MAVERICK SHIP & StlOUK-UITTO TAKE TOO-XTHOVERT

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