THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. J
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
K KI COFFEK
Tin- preferred method of making
iced toffee is to pour hot coffee of
double strength (twice the usual pro
portion of coffee in tall glasses. If
the ice supply is limited, . strong cof
fee may he cooled and served with
just enough ice to maintain guests
whose preferences are unknown.
Fruit sugar (finely granulated and
either plain or whipped cream are
served with iced coffee, a few drops
of vanilla added to the whipped
cream improves the flavor for some
un the corners to form a bag; tie
securely with a string, leaving space l
for the coffee grounds to swell. Im
merse the bag in the boiling water,
bring back to boiling, and boil three
minutes. Remove the bag. and the
coffee is ready to serve.
Refuses Medical Aid for Son
SAl.TK FOR MEAT
Try serving horseradish sauce on
short ribs of beef, baked ham or a
pot roast. Add two tablespoons of
prepared, horseradish, one tablespoon
of chopped parsley and a fourth of :i
teaspoon of Worchestershire to each
cup of cream sauce. The combina
tion is very tasty.
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In making apple sauce, slice your
apples, cook them in a little water
until they are soft, then add the su
gar. If you add the sugar at firt
you may need to put more later and
the apples are likely to become hard.
COOKING WITH MILK
Milk scorches easily, so heat it in
a double boiler or warm it over low
heat in a pan set on an asbestos mat.
To help keep the milk from sticking
to the sides rinse the pan in cold
water before heating.
TO LOOSEN ICE Tim S
Never use a sharp instrument to
loosen the ice trays in your refrigera
tor; you might puncture the coils.
Take a dull instrument and use it as
n wedge under the rim. When you
replace the traps, wipe them with
a cloth. It's the freezing of the ex
cess water that, makes', trays stick.
COFFEE FOK A CROWD
- lb. medium ground coffee (ZVi
4 quarts of boiling water.
Heat 4 quarts of water to boiling.
Put the cotl'ee in a howl or saucepan;
stir in enough cold water to moisten
the coffee thoroughly. Place the wet
coffee in the center of an eighteen
inch square of double cheesecloth
which has been freshly boiled; gather
MAPLE NET REFRIERATOR CAKE
1 cup milk.
1 cup maple syrup.
hn teaspoon soda.
I Vis tablespoons gelatin.
15 tablespoons cold water.
1 cup whipping cream.
cup blanched toasted almonds.
Lady finger or sponge cake.
Place milk and syrup over low
flame. Drop in unbeaten egg yolks
and soda; stir until thoroughly mixed.
Cook, stirring continually until gela
tin coats the spoon. Soak gelatin in
cold water five minutes. Pour on
hot mixture, and stir until dissolved.
Cool, fold in stiffly beaten egg whites
and set aside until thick like molass
es; then fold in stiffly beaten cream
anil finely chopped nuts. Line bottom
and sides of pan . with split lady fin
gers, or sponge cake cut in one-inch
The Rev. IVlnstead and wife pray at bedside
Refusing medical aid for their afflicted son, Carl, 7, who is suffering:
from a serious bone infection, the Rev. James Winstead and wife of
Woodward, Okla., resort to prayer In an effort to heal him. The
case has attracted attention of authorities who are considering legal
action to force the Pentecostal church pastor to allow treatment
for the boy whom he claims has "been touched by God" and will
recover through faith.
1 hen weighing about four pounds.
1 box spaghetti.
1 can mushrooms.
V2 bunch celery.
2 green peppers.
;j tablespoons of butter.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Steam hen until tender. Cook
spaghetti in boiling, salted water until
tender. Melt butter and saute chop
ped peppers ten minutes. Add diced
celery and cook five minutes, not
letting them brown. Add mushrooms,
cook five minutes and combine with
spaghetti and diced meat from the
aouDle boiler and
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Composition Books, 140 pages . . . . 5c
strips. Turn in mixture and cover
top with remaining lady fingers, or
strips of cake. -Pla.ee in refrigera
tor for twelve to twenty-four hours.
COFFEE CARAMEL ICE CREAM
1 cup milk.
2 tablespoons ground coffee.
M; cup caramolized sugar.
.'! egg yolks, slightly beaten,
lis cup sugar.
1 1 teaspoon sal! .
2 cups cream. .
1 teaspoon vanilla.
Scald milk with coffee am
caramelized sugar and egg
mixed with salt and sugar. Cook until
mixture' thickens, stirring constantly.
Strain and cool. Acid cream and
vanilla and freeze.
served with a pot or pitcher of scalded
milk. If the milk is beaten with an
egg beater just before pouring into
the. pitcher, a film will not form on
the surface. The coffee and the
milk are poured into the cup in what
ever proportions the consumer desires.
CAFE AU LA IT
The French method of serving
breakfast coffee calls for an acid cof
fee with a dark roast. The coffee is
S medium size .carrots.'
cup brown sugar or honey.'
4 tablespoons water.
1 tablespoon' butter.
Wash, scrape and' cut carrots in
halves. Cook in boiling water until
tender. Drain. .Make syrup of sugar
or honev and water. Place butter
in frying pan and when melted add
carrots. Pour over syrup, and cook
gently ISO minutes or until thorough
Novelty Pencils, each .
Crayons (large box)
Scripto Pencils. Note Books . Rulers Eerasers Ink
Dictionaries Tablets Tooth Paste Tooth Brushes
Combs Boy's Overalls Pants and SJiirts.
1 Large Package . . . 20c
1 10c Package ..... . lc
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GET T0UI FULl SET
FOR ONLY 10 COUPONS FROM
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Salad Dressing .
16 oz. can . . 17c
Pork & Beans
1 lb. can, 4 for 16c
LIBBY'S DEL MONTE or DOLES
Pineapple : I! No.2 can 15c
DELMAR Oleo 2 lbs. 25c
4 no. 2 cans
CRISCO 3 lb. can 57c
Sweet Potatoes 6 lbs. 25c
SILVER CUP . ',r:..
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WrrCL 3 lb. bag . . . , . . . . . .45c
BEEF ROAST 15c
B. BACON 37c
BEEF STEW T3Ac
PORKR OAST 1 9 c
Ctt Santo, 2 lbs. 29c
VU11CCJ.F.G. Special, lb. bag ..aJ
Plain or Self Rising
Roll Call, 24 lbs .63c!
ukon's Best, 24 lbs. . 90c
FWtac No. Hall .
reauieb n0 w can
Appie rauce, imi. can .. ror .'.icf
Tomato Juice. No-. 2 can. :i Tor i',
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JELLO, AH Flavors
1-2 pt. Hi
1-2-lb. -box 101
1 lb. box 15
Pet or Carnation s Large r20d
Gold Medal ""d
Sweet Mixed PICKLES, qt. . 23
APPLE JELLY, 2 lb. jar . . .3
BULK VINEGAR, per gal. . . . . M
KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES Or
PostToasties 3 for 20
NBC ff 2 23c
BANANAS, Golden Rioe, 4 lbs. . . J
-Rarhn Fat Back' I)cr lb- ' 'r
DaCOIl streaked, ner lb. i
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Native and Western Meat
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