The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 4, 1965 · Page 41
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 41

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 4, 1965
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A scrumptious crown of Califomia strawberries tops the creamy filling in this dessert tart. ... to keep your appetite Sharp and Cool Family Weekly Cookbook MELANIE DE PROFT Food Editor Glazed Strawberry Tart Pastry for a 1-crust 9-in. tart or pie (your favorite recipe or a prepared mix) Vt cup sugar 3 tablespoons cornstarch teaspoon salt 1 Vt cups milk Vt cup instant nonfat dry milk (not reliquefied) 2 eggs, beaten Vz teaspoon grated lemon peel Vi teaspoon vanilla extract •/4 cup white grape juice 2 pts; ripe strawberries, rinsed, hulled, and thoroughly dried Vt cup currant jelly 1 tablespoon sugar 1. Line tart or pie pan with pastry; bake and set aside on cooling rack to cool completely. 2. Blend the Va cup sugar with the cornstarch and salt in a heavy saucepan; mix well. 3. Combine the nonfat dry milk with the milk and stir into the cornstarch mixture until blended and smooth. Bring mixture to boiling, stirring constantly; boil 2 to 3 min., continuing to stir. 4. Vigorously stir about 3 tablespoons of the hot mixture into the eggs; return to mixture in saucepan. Cook and stir over low heat about 3 min., or until very thick. 5. Remove from heat and stir in the lemon peel and vanilla extract. Cool slightly, then beat in the white grape juice with a rotary beater until blended. 6. Spread the cooled filling in the baked shell and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled. Top with the strawberries; set aside. 7. Heat jelly until melted and continue to cook about 5 min. Spoon over strawberries on the tart filling. Just before serving, sprinkle remaining 1 tablespoon sugar over the tart. One 9-in. tart Crabmeat Sandwich For each sandwich, slice a round poppy seed bun crosswise in half. Spread softened butter or margarine on cut surfaces. Top bottom half with watercress or Bibb lettuce. Spread generously with Crabmeat Filling. Top with other half of bun. Crabmeat Filling 1 6 >/z-oz. can crabmeat, drained and bony tissue removed Vt cup chopped salted almonds '/4 cup grated carrot Vi cup chopped celery 1 hard-cooked egg, chopped 1 teaspoon grated onion Vz teaspoon salt •^ cup mayonnaise Mix all ingredients together lightly but thoroughly; chill. *About cups filling Uf>Bo%: Family Weekly, July U, 1965 HINTS COLLECTED BY MRS. DAN GERBER, MOTHER OF S Do you know anything more enchanting than a ^ baby trying to figure out, what. I the world is all about? But the I wonderment of a baby is more I than a cunning way to delight I your eye and unlock your smiles. I It's an important part of his I her) mental development. For I what is wonderment but curiosity? I And curiosity is one of the great I teachers. It leads to learning through looking, listening, touching, tasting, etc., unfolding untold mysteries for your baby. • j Speaking of a pleasant taste experience, your baby will enjoy the toasted, nutlike flavor of Gerber High Protein Cereal. He'll also get this nutritional goodness: (1) It has a 35% protein content to aid your baby's growth. (2) Like all Gerber Cereals, it's enriched with iron to help build good blood and important B-vitamins to stimulate appetite and aid growth. • All Gerber Cereals are good- tasting. And each and every one has the smooth texture babies like. (That's probably why they're so popular with wee ones.) For you, they stir to dreamy creaminess in seconds... stay that way throughout the serving. • Curiosity corner. Your baby's curiosity should be encourag?^. And it's so easy! You might try these tricks on for size: • Glint 'n' glitter mobiles over the crib, or a bright balloon tied to the playpen help eye movement and understanding. • Sweet-mother talk and soft music are fine for ear training. • Various toys, in different textures and sizes, are good for teaching through touch. • Refreshing sips for sweet little lips. Gerber Strained Fruit Juices are filled with scrumptious, sun- kissed flavor and brimming with vitamin C . (Needed for sound gums and other body tissues.) Each can provides more than the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C for infants. In addition to Orange and Apple Juices, there are 8 heavenly combination juices. Gerber® Baby Foods, Box 72, Fremont, Midi.

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