The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 18, Ed. 1 Monday, January 21, 1957 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ORANGE LEADER MONDAY, JANUARY 21,
Dessert T6 Serve With Heavy Meal
finish off Dinner With frat flavored 'Snow'
New Reody-To-Prepare Food Placed
On Market in '56 To Help Housewife
Circle Meeting Held
In R. F. Vance Home
By CECILY BROWKSTONE
Associated Pres*iFood Editor
Ute Victorian cook book* usual-
ly give reciufet for a puffy dessert
caned^X "foam." "snow." or
Fruit flavored abd made
boost kitchen reigns,
icurean as Well as
witfT egg white?.—with or without
A corn-bread mix
tastically easy-to-prepare' form
By CECILY BROWNSTONE
Associated Press Fobd Editor
; Culinary queens received plenty
of help during 1956. New. foods ap- plastic bag containing the mix may
id the whole year through to be opened and an egg and milk
'must have "eat" well after those
hid-fashiontd. lafge and heavy din-
ner*. - ■
Recently lye seryed such a sweet
on a Sundav dinner menu whose
main offering was a meat roast.
It made a most appealing ending.
With* the Snow cornea a silty- ..
smooth Custard Sauce and to color pppM
, that a rich lyedow we used a | g
: kitchen trick. ,
This recipe for a Snow is mod-
ernized' femon- fla vored 'gelatin is
/ u»Wl 'and the gelat.n and egg
whites are beaten together, in less,
up-to-date rules, gelatin and egg
whites arc beaten separately.
The Snow mav be piled into a
pretty glass bowl and served from
it Or it.mav be put into individual
molds: after jt-has'set. it may bf
• turned out of »be molds and it
will keep its shape. H you have jg/f gj
half-cup nre molds with a smalt srtT back' into- saucepan pinch
. Indentation:m-4h« center, you can <a[^!Stjr over low heat for;Color.
a few minutes. Place over cold' Makes
poured in. With a twist of the
welcomed a new variety of
condensed soup: vegetable beef.
The $mip needs only to be heated
and yet bffgrs the old-fashioned
flavor That takes hours bf prepara-
tion in home kitchens.
Hurry-up cooks who like, more
than salt and pepper id many foods
were' interested in a new Italian-
type seasoning that blends seven
eood nlainwrist< the *>*8 is reclosed and the
vnrietv erf content/' squeezed until the mix-
ture is ready to turn into an alumi-
num foil pan that comes with the
mix. No mixing .bowls, sjioons or
baking pad to wash—and a deli-
cious bread besides.
seasoning mat mentis sever
: majoram, thyme, rosemary
y, sage, oregano and basil
s appeared m concentrated
forrn^ to give
smooth texture. It will cover a
round layer cake, a large loaf
cake or the tops of a couple of
dozen cupcakes. It will also pro-
duce two dups of^caramel sauce
A new cake mix took a bow: a
ORANGEFIELD (Spl) - Mrs.
P. F. Vance was hostess Thursday
When members of the First Bap-
in fan- List J,ane Granger Circle met in
'ier home! Mrs. Lyons GilcreaSe
s in charge of the program per-
iling to the co-operative pro-
grams Yearbooks were distributed
during the business session. These
books were made by Mrs. Vance
and Mrs. Melvin Smith.
Refreshments were served to
those mentioned and i Mrs
Wilson. The WMO. wfll meet at the
Thursday at z p.m. for a
f?oyal S e r v i c e program and
A new frosting mix won
its caramel flavor and monthly business meeting.
dishes prepared by short-order while, hatter, with lemon flakes
cooks the aroma and flavor of
t Cooks , who,,don’t like to crack
hard nuts pounced on a new
after a favorite Victorian
vigorously, gradually add a little!water, stirring occasionally.
cup size cans, with a key device
for opening, and with raxealable
lids. Kitchen artists can Ghoose
Add'among pecans, walnuts, black waF
of the hot mixture to the beaten I vanilla. Stiran turmeric, pinch by-nut?, almonds (in the skin or
lM. this center "cup'' to hold
some' of the Custard Sauce and
spoon more of the sauce around
the Snow When we served the
desserts this way. we unmolded
them on a fiat plate aqd placed
them (with a wide spatula) m
u;-'a:.i‘W blue bowls. The white erf
- the Snow, flecked with pineapple
yellow, and the golden
sauce contrasted _ very
indeed with the china.
Pineapple Snow ■
Ingredients l package (3 ounces)
lemon-flavored gelatm, l
cun verv hot water., canned p.ne-
anple iuice and water to make 1
cup. 2 esg whites. 1 cup; well;,
drained canned crushed pineapple,
Golden Custard Sauce. . .
Method: Add gelatin and sa t to
verv hot water: stir until gelatin
dissolves. Add the 1 cup mixed
pineapple juice and water. Chti
until slightly thickened. Place bowl
firmly in larger-ibowl of ice and
vatef Add egg whites and whip
with rotary beater (hand or elec-
tric) until fluffy and thick. (Vol-
M should be a? least tripled.)
in drained pineapple. Pour
about 3 1/4
is a golden
blanched). A similar can of salted
nuts contains a mixture of pecans,
cashews, almonds and filbert* or
Refrigerated cookies came in rolls,
In several flavors, ready to be
sliced and baked.
hard nuts pounced on a new group Devotees of piecrusts made from
of vacuum-packed nutmeats. These graham crackers were enchanted
come in convenient one-and-two- by packaged graham - cradker
bs that i
come in bag* with
inner liners and
waxed-paper inner liners and tin,
tie foldover tops. Each bag holi
enough crumbs for three nine-irf
pies. - 3*
Small fry reveled over pink
lemonade. The lemonade is
frozen concentsate that is colored
Today We Greet
Very best wishes fpr a Happy*
Wrthday Monday to: ■'
Betty Nell Futch
W. H. Juergens
KuStmyreTo Go To
State Bar Meeting
with pure fruit juices.A
Good old canned baked beans got
new flavor from bacon and tomato
sauce that has a smoky taste.
A new set of graduated measur-
ing dups made lots of women say
“Why didn’t I think of this?’’, The
cups have , long handles so-Hhey
can be easily lifted from the range
when butter and chocolate are
heated in them.
Even buttermint*. pleasant end-
ing for a meal, are up to new
tricks. Now they’re Chocolate fla-
vored, with a light-and-alry tex-
ture, and available in food* chains.
Reducers took heart. News came
mom the UrS. Department of Agri-
culture that peanuts may lose
some of their calories.
For Mrs. Carl Breaux
VINTON (Spl) - Mrs. Carl
Breaux was honored, Friday eve-
Harold ning at a surprise Housewarming
party in her home on Loree St.
Hostesses were Mrs. Robert
Grauke >of Vinton and Mrs. Rqbert
Duncan of Orange.
Nancy Sutton presided at the
punch service. The serving table
Was centered with an arrangement
of , yellow gladioli and chrysanthe-
mums and greenery. The doth
was green and white. Cake and
punch were served to 25 guests,
' Orange Atty.. Frank W. Hust-
myre, member of the State Bar
of Texas board of directors, Will
attend a meeting of the group
Friday and Saturday at Corpus
MERRY BLUE BIRDS
Bingo games provided entertain-
Hustmyre is the board mepiber
representing the 2nd Congressional
District. HwAvas elected to the poli-
cy-making board by lawyers'of the
district in 1955 for a- three-year
term. -' *
The agenda for the meeting to
be held at the Driscoll Hotel in-
cludes a progress report of. the
legislative program now before the
55th Texas Legislature, and nom-
inations for 1957-58 officers to head
the 12,000-member legal organlza-
legal education program and the
public information program of the
tion. Other reports will include the
The Nueces County Bar Assn
tull ■ ■ ■
will8 honor visiting directors and
ment list week when the Merry their wives with a buffet supper
Blue Birds met in the home of; Friday evening at Corpus Christi’s.
their leader, Mrs. A. P. Kowalik.1 distinctive Privateers Country
Those present were Susan Steidley,: Club.
Anna Mae Duchamp, Carla Neal,] ——-—
Karen Swartzmiller, Susie Bass, In 1955 a record number of
Sherry Robbins, Debra Denmark heavy - construction companies —
andXarejn Denmark. 8.000 of them—each writing $100.-
\.....■"-000 of more worth of new busi-
The number of sheep In the ness, i pushed lieavy-construction
United States has dropped by volume in this country up to a.total
about 45 percent since 1942. tef $11,900,1)00,000.
w iwditi uml
Style-conscious, modern-thinking Mrs. U. S. A. of 1957 dreams of high
fashion in clothes and the leisure to enjoy wearing them to social and other gatherings.
into large bowl (about
or into individual molds Chill until
firm Unmold, or serve from bowl
with Golden Custard Sauce. Makes
s to 12 servings.
Note: Cover and refrigerate any
leftover desserts, they jrtH *!an^
up well for I Or 2 daysr If a No. 2
can (1 pound and 4 ounces) Of
crushed pineapple Ls w**d. there
will be about t, cup of the drain-
er pineapple left oyer.
Golden Custard Sauce
Ingredients It* tablespoons
cornstarch. 1/4 cup suCUOj cups
milk, salt 2 egg yolks,11 teaspoon
Method: .Put cornsUrch and
wear, in a saucepan (about .
au,m): add a little of the milk
and stir until smooth. Snr in re-
maining milk and a dash- of salt.
Cookand «ir **f**$Z£g,
moderately low heat until bubbly
and thickened Beat eee yolte
stirring constantly and
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, cotton—starch stiffly. ,
Seed 25 cents to cotes for this
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 18, Ed. 1 Monday, January 21, 1957, newspaper, January 21, 1957; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556919/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.