The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 19, 1959 · Page 55
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July 19, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 55

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WHIPPED-CREAM WAFFLES Let your guests hake their own wafjlcs. All they'll have to do to create their own jnvorttes is pour the hatter on the baker then sprinkle with one or several of the folloxging: chopped walnuts or buttered roasted almonds, semisweet chocolate pieces, prunes, apricots, dates, or coconut. TO PREPARE: 20 MIN. 1 cu|if« MiflMl fluiir Yi cup fliiftar I Inblr.xiiooii biikiiiK iinwdcr V< loa!*pnon sail Vi nip inrllnl Itiilli'r, rooird 4 CKK voiles, well lirnirn (iiiilii ihirk nnH lemoii-rnlort'd) 1 rup rliilled whippinK cnniiii 4 cgK whilci! 1. Chill a bowl and rotary beater. Preheat waffle baker. It is hot enough for baking when a drop of cold water "sputters" on surface. (Electric waffle bakers usually have indicators to show correct heat.) 2. Sift together into a bowl the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Set aside. 3. Blend butter into beaten egg yolks. 4. Using chilled bowl and beater, beat whipping cream until it stands in peaks when beater is slowly lifted upright. Fold whipped cream into egg-yolk mixture. 5. Make a well in center of dry ingredients and add whipped-cream mixture at one time. Stir only until blended. 6. Using clean beater, beat egg whites until rounded peaks are formed. Gently fold into batter. Pour batter onto center of waffle baker; allow it to spread to within 1 in. of edges. 7. Lower cover and allow waffles to bake according to manufacturer's directions, or until steaming stops (4 to 5 min.). Do not raise cover during baking period. Lift cover and loosen waffle with a fork. Serve immediately with butter or margarine and warm muplc sirup; or sprinkle waffles with confectioners" sugar and top with peach slices or strawberries. About 4 large waffles and drinking places required the permission of the parole board. "I hesitate very much to ask so many privileges, especially so soon after my arrival," Leopold wrote. After consultation with Rabbi Harold Gottesman, the parole authorities agreed that the Caribc was too public. A private seder was arranged for him in the home of a prominent Jewish family. He attended services with Senora Trudy Garcia de Acevedo, a widow he met through Rabbi Gottesman. Although Sefiora Garcia denies any romantic attachment between them—and there probably isn't any—there is a genuine fondness and respect and they correspond regularly. His attendance at Passover services with Mrs. Garcia helped spike rumors that Leopold was being converted to Christianity. During most of his years in prison, his closest friend and advisor was a Catholic priest. And now, of course, a Protestant sect, the Church of the Brethren, has olTered him succor. "No effort has been made to convert me," he emphasized to a friend. Thus it goes with Nathan Leopold. His days and nights are spent in a desperate inner .struggle for redemption and peace. His every movement seems dedicated to evening accounts with his fellow man and his Creator. Until recently he thought a career in medicine would compen.sate society for the crime he had committed against it. But he decided he didn't have enough time. Now he may start a two-year course in social sciences at the University of Puerto Rico if the parole board approves. Today Leopold is a healthier, happier man than he was when he arrived in Puerto Rico. And some of his friends believe he is close to that day when he will be able to look at his fellow man and say: "I have paid my debt." NEW RECIPE IDEA: BURGERS-ON-A-STICK •..always stay juicy, never crumble because of Carnation No other form of milk will do! It takes Carnation - tht> double-rich milk that whips - to hold the ground beef mixture together and keep it moist and tender. Carnation is twice as rich as ordinary milk because it is evaporated to the consistency of cream. It looks like cream, pours like cream, and even whips. That's why it makes tliese burgers stay juicy - and stay on the stick. Use this mixture for a savory meat loaf, too. It's guaranteed perfect, with Carnation! FOR MEN ONLY: Knicr KAISKH I'OILVS l»t ANNUAL (XIOKOIJ T CHAMPIONSHIP. Win with HAH HTIUCK.S. (Jtl .IclnilK HI your fowl .slOI 'f. IVMOIATIO MILjL. I" RECIPE: I "Irom Vonlcniiiil O'OUKI" CARNATION BURGERS ON-A-STICK (MakaH 6 i »>n'l »uii) 2 /3 cup (small can) undiluted CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK 1 egg 1 V2 pounds ground beef V2 cup fine cracker crumbs 1 Vz teaspoons salt i/i teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon dry mustard % cup finely chopped onion 1/2 cup finely chopped green pepper 24 tomato slices or small tomatoes 12 onion slices or. small onions Blond Carnation Milk, vuii, iHKif, cracker crumbH, aalt, |)cp|)er, mustard, onion and ^rcen pcp|)er together ^ until well mixcil. Make 24 Hmall IIHIIH from meat mixture. Thread akowcrs with tomatoes, humhiifKor balls and onion slices. Broil alMiut 6 minutes on each side. '. J

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