The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 124, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1956 Page: 3 of 8
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THE CUEEO RECORD.
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Memo On Office Picnic
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No doubt about it, if the next flip of the office calendar shows
a scheduled date for a department or company picnic, someone has
some planning to do.
To please everyone, the food committee will select foods popular
with all and those that require a minimum of preparation or which
can bo purchased ready-to-eat. Sure to win a popular vote will be
CHILI ’BURGERS; perfect for out-of-hand eating. Serve the thick
chili between bakers’ buns, ideal for holding a generous serving.
Chili is not difficult to make for a crowd, particularly if one has a
good quantity recipe that takes the guess work out of the cooking
Round out the menu with potato chips, cole slaw, relishes, soft
drinks and ice cream dixie cups and, if convenient, coffee for those
who may wish it This chili could be made in advance by the com-
mittee, to be reheated at the picnic.
J-4 imp cooking oil or 1 ' ■< teaspoons celery salt
melted shortening 1 Li teaspoons cinnamon
1 cup onion, finely chopped 1 Cj teaspoons mace
? quarts beef, ground } j teaspoon pepper
.6 cups tomato puree I cup prepared mustard
!* cup sugar % cup vinegar ,
3 tablespoons salt 9 cups, cooked kidney beans, drained
3 tablespoons chili powder 48 sandwich buns, sliced
Use two 15-inch skillets, dividing the ingredients evenly between
the skillets as they are added. Put shortening into hot skillets and
add onions and beef, using a fork to break up the meat. Saute until
well browned. Combine tomato puree, sugar, salt, chili powder, celery
salt, cinnamon, mace, pepper, mustard and vinegnr. Mix well. Ilivide
tomato mixture ami kidney beans, add to meat. Heat all ingredients
together in tho skillets and cover, or bake at 350°F. for lo minutes.
To terce: Place hot Chili ’Burger mixture between bun halves. Ixing
standing will reduce number of portions.
Unique Dish -
Oatmeal p-..i;<!.v and ihe
re a natural!
orally frosted with butler icing?
There is nothing more homey
and comforting in the world [
than a tender - crumbed, j
home-made cake gently s.vath
ed in fluffy, butter frosting.
Have you ever made Banana |
nut frosting? There’s
Scottish peuji.o a: V <! Hu.m.u. ___
. , of heautv to crown a cake, its
twosome, since many .Scottish ,, • . , , •. ,__
families use it as a staple at ! »'«* <* „ f,esh,. ba"ana
the breakfast table. | blended with the yellow nch-
That's why the American peo-j^s of butter. Bananas are
pie have coined the term Scotch mashcd a To a l»q-
Pancakes for this delightful dish'11'^ lo makG fbis frosting, so
nsinr oatmeal and ground cook-j,ba* the fresh banana flavor
rd pork. I " ill permeate every bit of
Reba Staggs home economist, I butter and sugar. Try this de-
roinmer.ts that these pancakes lectable frosting on chocolate
a-e a perfect way to use the I cake, spice cake or ginger-
< coked pork lcltovers in the re- (bread to enjoy its best effect.
This hr citbrr a lineh-
en;i or bieukfiast dish. Perhaps
we Americans could take a les-
son from the bonnie laddies and
lassies of Scotland, a hard1
working thrifty group, but al-
ways eager to share what they
SCOTt II PANCAKES
1 i ups cooked oatmeal
2 cups ground cooked pork
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2 rabies poors lard or drippings
BANANA NfT FROSTING
': cup mashed ripe bananas
il to 2 bananas)
'* teaspoon lemon juice
1 4 cup butter or margarine
3'-a cups sifted confectioners
’j cups chopped nuts
Mix together bananas and
lemon juice. Beat butter until
creamy. Add sugar and bana-
nas alternately, a small
amount at a time, heating un-
til frosting is light and fluffy.
Add nuts and mix well.
Makes about 2lx cups frOst-
Combine oatmeal pork. eggs. | ing _ enough to frost top
r „1 -seasonings. Mix thoroughly, | and sides of 8x8x2 . inch cake,
1 ry 1 a ccs. using one tablespoon i^. fops of 1wo 9 . inch layers,
for oa< ii in a small amount of'
laid or drippings. Yield: 6 serv-
or 18 to 20 cupcakes.
ALL FISHING INFORMATION
JUNE SS DAIRY MONTH
For h-tter nutrition . . . .
Delicious variety in meals
serve our healthful dairy'
foods — Homogenired MHk
Cottacc Cheese, Ice Cream
Mellortne, A alley Gold
flutter. Buttermilk. Coffee
Cream. Whipping Cream.
Ruv it at your Grocers or
order It delivered dally.
•03 C. COURT HOUSE
_ AU. IN FAVOR
N B C
v/» 2 1*
1/2 LB. . . .... 670
16 Count Bags----
No. 2 ..
No. 2 ..
Bdlldfid Buffer Frosting Washington — tupi-if you
Flaffers Your Best (ake
Government now has the official
Haven't \ i iratd people information. It has just complet-
rhv . when |>a,d a. compliment: ed the indexing of all government.
‘->h ■ 'lire ji:-t living to but- fishery putilications from the .
t--r r e up"' That's a lot oasi- time the federal government took I
er titan savin. "Don't cover official interest in commercial |
• n with fulsome Flattery', fishing in 1871 to 1954.
' I ut it means the viaip tiling. Topics range from the control i
recording to ri;et,on.ir Any of fungus on pike eggs to how to
one who h is ever lasted a cook shrimp.
plate of new asparagus swim-' The information, contained in'|
rung in melted butter, or a “Circular 56, can he had for
fate. del - fashioned butter (S1'.50 from the government print-1
. ake. knows full well that but- ing office.
t< r giv< > fulsome flattery to - ■ — - 1 - |
! i John Bunyan was in prison
How long sin< e ' au"ve sort-; when he wrote Pilgrim s Pro-1
H a h t. e . made i ake hlv gress.
• — 1/2’s
GOLD MEDAL MACARONI or
VEL BEAUTY BAR SOAP
BRUCE CLEANING WAX
REAL KILL MOTH PROOF
— LIBBY'S FROZEN FOODS —
ORANGE JUICE 6”1
LEMONADE "6 02
— VEGETABLES —
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Towery, R. Kenneth. The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 124, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1956, newspaper, May 31, 1956; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth695331/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.