Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1974 · Page 46
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 46

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 26, 1974
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-- NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, FayetlevUle, Ark., Friday, April Z6, 1971 DESSERTS SPEEDY ORANGE COIlIiLEK Katie Pcrshnll Box 104 Lincoln, Ark. 'A cup sugnr 2 tbsp. cornslarch % cup orange marmalade l'/z cups orange juice 2 tbsp. butter or margarine 2 cups packaged biscuit mix V-i cup sugar 'A Isp. nutaieg 4 Ibsp. butter or margarine % cup orange juice Combine the first 3 ingredients. Stir in the 1'A cups orange juice. Cook and stir over medium heat till thickened and boiling; c o o k 2 minutes. Remove from heat; stir in the 2 tbsp. butter or margarine. Combine biscuit m i x , the second J /i cup sugar, and the nutmeg. Cut in the 4 tablespoons butter till crumbly. Add the 14 cup juice; stir just till dry ingredients nre moistened. Pour hot prnngc sauce into 10 x 6 x l'/z inch baking dish. Top with spoonfuls of biscuit mixture. Bake in moderate oven (350) for 30 minutes. Serve warm. Makes C servings. TOMATO SOUP CAKE Mrs. Grace T.angley fiO-IO Q u i n n St. Bell Gardens, Calif. 90201 a /\ cnp shortening 1 can tomato soup 3 tbsp. baking powder I tsp. cloves'" 1 tsp. baking soda % tsp. salt IV'a cups sugar 1 egg n tsp. nutmeg Hz tsp. cinnamon l'/a cups of nuts 3 cups flour 1 tsp. vanilla Vi cup water Combine crisco, sugar egg blend well. Mix soup, water' baking soda and vanilla, a d d to cnsco mixture then add dry ingredients. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. FROSTING 1 large pkg cream cheese 1 Ib. box powdered sugar 1 tsp. vanilla Blend together t i l l creamy Use large 8x12 baking dish. LOW CHOLESTEROL PASTRY Mrs. Argil Bartholomew Box 85 Grove, Ark. 2 c. flour I tsp. salt % c. Fleischmann's margarine 6 Ibsp. ice water Combine unsifted flour, salt find margarine in a bowl. Add ice water, mix thoroughly. Chill. Makes two 9" pie crusts. CHOCOLATE COP CAKE SURPRISE Laurie A. Stroh 905 E. Lakeside Fayetteville, Ark. Filling: 1 pkg. soft cream cheese (8 02.) 1 egg 1/3 c. sugar Vz tsp. salt 1 sm. pkg. chocolate chips (0 ov..) Mix ull but chips, beating until smooth . Add chips and mix. Set aside. Batter: 3 cups flour 2 cups sugar 1 A cup cocoa (Hersheys unsweetened) % cup liquid oil 2 tsp. baking soda 2 cups water 2 tbsp. vinegar 2 Isp. vanilla Sift all dry ingredients. Add liquids and mix until smooth. Fill cupcake papers % full and top with a heaping teaspoon of filling. B.ake at 350 degrees for 25 min. Makes 2% doz. Frosting: 1 box powdered sugar 1/3 cup cocoa 1/3 cup soft butter or margarine 4 to 5 tbsp. milk Mix well and frost cupcakes after they have cooled. LEMON SQUARES Mrs. Ray Cornwell West Graham St. Prairie Grove, Ark. 1 cup flour ^ cup sugar Vz cup butter or oleo pinch salt Mix together and press into 11x7 inch pan. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Remove and pour on the following mixture. (Sprinkle with 2 cups chopped nuts first, if desired.) 2 eggs, beaten well 1 cup sugar Vt cup lemon juice Bake at 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Sigt powdered sugar on top when done. Cool and cut. JELLO SURPRISE DESSER.T Jalee Eavns Rt. 8 Fayetteville, Ark. 2 small boxes strawberry jello 2 med. bananas '/i c. nuts 1 !g. can crushed pineapple 2 qt. frozen strawberries 1 carton sour cream Mix Jello with 2 c. boiling water. Add frozen strawberries. Slice b a n a n a s and add with nuts and pineapple. Mix well, then fill large bowl h a l f w a y and let chill until jriled. Add a thick layer of sour cream then pour on the other half and chill. PARTY MEAT BALLS Mrs. Joe L. Evans Rt. 3. Box 391 Springdalc, Ark. 2 Ibs. ground round steak 1 cup crushed corn flakes 1/3 cup dried parsley flakes 2 eggs 2 tbsp. soy sauce W tsp. black pepper 1/3 cup catsup 2 tsp. instant minced onion. Mix all together. Form into small meat balls. Put one layer thick into large sauce pan. Cook sauce in sauce pan on top of stove until well mixed. · 1 Ib. can cranberry sauce 1 13-oz. bottle chili sauce 2 tbsp. brown sugar 1 tbsp. lemon juice Pour over meat balls and bake at 350 degrees for Vs. hr. CHEESE CAKE Mrs. Elizabeth Dollarhide 50(i East Maple Fayettcville, Ark. 1 3oz pkg. lemon jello 1 c. boiling water 1 13 oz. can evaporated milk (must be very cold) 2 tsp. real lemon juice 1 c. sugar 1 8-oz. pkg. cream cheese 1 tbsp. vanilla 1 graham cracker crust for bottom of a 8"x6'/4" pan. Dissolve 1 pkg. lemon jello in 1 c. boiling water and cool. Whip 1 tall can evaporated milk (milk must he very cold or it will not whip). Add 2 tsp. real lemon juice. Cream a cup of sugar with 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese; add 1 tbsp. vanilla. Add to milk. and then add coot lemon jello. Place mixture in bottom of pan which contains graham cracker crust. Place in freezer or refrigerator. MAPLE-PUMPKIN PIE Mrs. Robert C. Bigger 2202 Wedington Drive Fayetteville, Ark. 3 eggs, slightly beaten s /2 cup sugar 'A cup maple or maple- flavored syrup T /2 teaspoon cinnamon ! /2 teaspoon ginger V* teaspoon salt 3 cups canned pumpkin 1 cup light cream I (9 inch) unbaked pie shell Vi cup chopped walnuts Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Make filling. In large bowl combine eggs, sugar, maple syrup, spices, salt, pumpkin and light cream. Beat with rotary beater until smooth. Pour filling into unbaked pie shell. Place, on lowest rack of oven. Bake 55 to CO minutes, or until filling is set in center when pie is gently shaken. Let cool slightly. Sprinkle chopped walnuts over top. Serve pie slightly warm or cold. C'mon neighbor do yourself a favor... Try a loaf of HOLSUM bread CATHEDRA!, WINDOW COOKIES Mrs. D. L. Manker Rt. 2 Fayetteville. Ark. 1 12 oz. pkg. chocolate chips Vi stick butter or oleo 2 well beaten eggs V4 c. ground nuts (if desired) 1 lO'/z oz. pkg. colored miniature marshmallows Slowly melt butter and chocolate chips. Remove from heat and add eggs and nuts - mixing well. Cool. Mix in marshmallows. Sprinkle powdered sugar on three pieces of wax paper. Divide mixture and make three rolls - adding sugar to the top and use on hands as sticky mixture. Chill several hours or overnight Slice. OLD FASHIONED JAM CAKE Betty Andrews 2025 Wedington Fayetteville. Ark. 1 c. butter 2 c. sugar 3 egg yolks 2 eggs 1 c. blackberry jam (with seeds) 1 tsp. soda 3 c. flour 1 tap. nutmeg cloves, allspice 2 tsp. cinnamon I c. buttermilk 1 c. chopped pecans 1 c. raisins Cream butter and sugar. Beat in eggs. Add jam. Sift soda. flour and spices. Add to creamed mixture alternately with buttermilk. Add pecans and raisins. Pour into a greased-floured Bundt pan. Bake 1'A hrs. at 350 degrees. After cake is cool, glaze with a powdered sugar glaze. YIELDS If your goal Is Income,.. now is the time to look at 8% government- guaranteed bonds. How much surplus savings do you have locked up? If it's yielding the usual rates... you might increase your income from that money by 40%, 50% or morel If that sounds good to you ... read our new booklet: "8 Reasons Why Government-Guaranteed Bonds Make Sense Today." For your free copy, just call A. G. Edwards or mail the coupon. It might yield a lot more than just interesting facts about bonds. A.G. Edwards " InvntirwiiU Sine* 1607------ / am Interested In timing i higher Interest on my money. Pltttt ttna ma your bookltl "0 Ptisons Why Gownmtnl- Gvirantitd Bonds Mtkt Stnit Ttxliy." ADDflESS CITY. STATE. -ZIP. TELEPHONE . Mtll to: Northwest Arkansas Plaza FayeltevUle, Ark. 7JS701 521-2200

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