The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1965 · Page 12
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MINCEMEAT UPSIDE DOWN CAKE i cups ready-touse Mincemeat I box cake mix OR 1 recipe 2-egg cake Spread mincemeat in bottom of well-greased 9x9x2-inch baking dish. Prepare cake mix according to your own method or directions on box. Pour over mincemeat. Bake in moderate oven (350° F.) 55 to 60 minutes or until done. Remove from pan immediately. Serve warm with hard sauce or cold with whipped cream. Makes 9 servings. PRALINE QUICK-COOKIES These are a surprise with the flavor of Old New Orleans and so easy it's hard to believe they could be so good! % cup (half stick) butter or margarine V* cup finely chopped California walnut* W cup brown sugar 24 graAam crackers Melt butter and sugar together over water. Add walnuts. When well blended, spread mixture lightly on graham crackers. For an easy uniform method, hold cracker over double boiler and use rubber or plastic scraper for spreading. Place closely together on cooky sheet and bake 8 minutes in moderate 350° oven. Cut while hot into dozens of little cookies. SOUP-KETTLE SUPPER (Using canned vegetables) cups (ISMt ounces) canned french-ttyle green beans, drained 3 cup* (16-ounces) canned tomatoet 1 to 2 teaspoons salt 46 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley 8 strips (te pound) bacon 1 •cup diced cooked ham or beef IVi cups (lOWt-ounce can) condensed beef broth 2 cups water IVs cups packaged precooked rice J% cup* (17 ounces) canned sweet whole kernel corn Fry bacon in large heavy saucepan until crisp. Remove all but about 2 tablespoons of the drippings. Crumble bacon. Add ham. Saute until slightly browned. Add remaining ingredients except parsley. Bring to a boil. Cover, remove from heat, and let stand 5 minutes. Add parsley just before serving. (If chowder becomes too thick, add a little water.) Makes 8 to 10 servings. completely 900], gently BY MARION LATZKO HAT do you think of when you think of Mother's Day? Breakfast in bed? Little gifts carefully and painstakingly tied with clumsy tittle fingers? Flowers? Loving attention? Dinner out? It's meant to be a special day for Mother, so cooking chores are often tightened in some way. Wouldn't it be fun having Mother's Day everyday? Then there would be more time for special "fun things'' of life—time for doing the "extras" for your family and yourself. Modern science has been trying to allow Mothers and all cooks that extra time. Tests are being conducted in laboratories all over the country to make modem cooking easier— precooking, prepackaging, freezing, dehydrating and canning. The grocer's shelves are bursting with new, easy-to-cook products to tighten your work. With these new products, new recipes are constantly emerging. A very quick, pretty way for making an unusual cookie and ice cream treat is Cookie Petal Ice Cream Cups. This is sure to be a hit with all ages because it combines three dessert favorites; ice cream, cookies and sundaes. Your creative imagination can concoct many kinds of sundaes with available cookie doughs from your freezer. Any refrigerator cookie dough will do this job. Another quickie that's especially good with fresh fruits is Praline Quick-Cookies. The ingredients are usually in your cupboard. Be sure to use a double boiler to melt your butter and sugar.or your mixture may scorch and your sugar crystallize. If you tike mincemeat, the Mincemeat Upside Down Cake, served with hard sauce or whipped cream is a quick treat. Soup usually requires long hours of cooking, but when canned, dehydrated, or frozen vegetables and broth are used, the long hours aren't necessary. Ready mixes are a help too. Soup-Kettle Supper gives you an idea to start with. Then let your imagination take over! There are many quick meals that are so nutritious and pretty. Today it isn't necessary to spend hours and hours in the kitchen. Look over your grocer's shelves. Put your imagination in full gear and try making every day Mother's Day I SHRIMP PATIO SALAD IVt cups packaged precooked rice I teaspoon grated onion fa teaspoon salt Doth of pepper JW cup* boiling water 2 cups (about t pound fresh) cooked shrimp 44 cup mayonnaise 1 cup thinly sliced avocado to cup chopped dill pickle 1 can flJW ounces) green peat, drained Add packaged pre-cooked rice and salt to boiling water in saucepan. Mix just to moisten all rice. Cover, remove from heat and let stand 5 minutes. Then uncover and let cool to room temperature. About 1 hour before serving, combine mayonnaise, pickle, onion, and pepper in a bowl. Stir in the shrimp, avocado, and peas. Then add the rice and mix lightly with a fork. Chill. Serve on crisp salad greens. Garnish with tomato wedges and additional avocado slices, if desired. Makes 6 servings. You test drive a car before you buy it. Why not test a washer? With Speed Queen, it's easy. 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