The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
Page 26
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IN long ago London, doctors and druggists drank coffee at a special coffee house called Garraway's, the sea captains and brokers gathered at Lloyd's, the clergymen at Child's, and the lawyers at 'Nando's. Ever since earliest days people have congregated to drink coffee, and thpugh folks no longer get together at special coffee houses in this country, those who work take a few minutes "coffee break" at their places of business, while women at home get together with a few neighbors every day or so for a chat'over a cup of coffee while they try out something freshly baked from the oven of one or another. While men consume an endless supply of huge railed doughnuts with their coffee, women enjoy trying their luck at making the 'French variety, or the Doughnut Twists with which to surprise friends. Your neighbor who's just moved in across the way would appreciate a cup of coffee with you and some of your Brown Sugar Coffee Ring — a ring made by taking your favorite sweet roll dough, making little balls of dough, rolling in melted butter, then in a mixture of sugar, cinnamon and finely chopped nuts. AVhen baked, you've a coffee companion that's sure to be a hit! Tlie gals who gather with you for & kaffee Match no doubt vie with one another in turning out spicy flavored coffee cakes with mouth-watering toppings How about trying an Almond Maple Coffee Cake oozing with your own maple syrup? Individual nut-studded coffee cakes make a tremendous hit. Even "bake 'n eat" biscuits can become a triumph with a coconut crunch topjiing with sweetened condensed milk, instant coffee, coconut and nuts. If you want a real conversation piece, try Pineapple Turnovers, Raisin Apple Folds or Meringue Spice Bars — the latter a bar, unusual In that it's dipped in meringue made of. brown sugai- and egt; whites and sprinkled with nuts before baking! Here's a parting thought — Africa has cocoa. Africa has coffee. She puts the two together in a mocha drink "merveilletix". Top it with mars'hmal- low or whipped cream and you've a delightfully different beverage to serve with your latest culinary achievement for your neighborhood Coffee Break. BY SUSAN LOWE W ith » n ea ^ bisc " its with a coconut crunch topping made with sweetened condensed milk, instant coffee, coconut and nuts, turn them info a delightful treat to serve with coffee Wins cooking awards for second straight year Governor Williams Presents Award to Detroit Cook at State Fair When Mrs. Leo Miszkiel attended the Michigan State Pair last year she had hopes of winning an award in the cooking competition there. And her hopes more than came true! Mrs. Miszkiel won three awards —and all three were presented by Governor Williams himself. With a husband and three youngsters to cook for, Mrs. Miszkiel naturally likes to do things the handiest way. That's why she uses Fleischraahn's, Active Dry Yeast. "It's fast and easy," she says. "And so convenient, the way it keeps for months in my cupboard." September means yeast- raisedspecialtiesforschoollunch boxes again. And you'll find these specialties easier to make with Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast handy. It keeps for months on your shelf,,. always rises, fast. When you bake at hotae use Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast as-prize-winning cooks do ... it's the very best. And try the new "Yeast-Biz" Main Dishes, There's a recipe on every "Thrifty Three.". Another Flw Prriwl ol Stimtafd B<Md» l«. Sweet roll dough Ms cup melted butter 1 cup brown sugar BROWN SUGAR COFFEE RING Make sweet roll dough using your favorite 1 teaspoon cinnamon l k cup finely chopped nuts, 'A cup raisins with a few anotfier

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