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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEM HER 7, 1917.
9 LIBERTY CATERING 9
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
(The following notes were regret
iibly crowded out of last week's issue.)
BEETS WITH SOUR SAI CE
Melt a half tablespoon of butter
and half a tablespoon of wesson oij,
add two tablespoon cornstarch. Tour
in half cup of water in which beats
cooked. Add one-fourth cup each
vinegar and milk, one teaspoon sugar,
half teaspoon salt, and a few grains
of pepper. (From the Boston Cook
Soak two cupfuls of the Bayo or
Kula beans over night. In the morn
ing drain and boil for one hour iu
fresh water. Drain again, and cover
with fresh water and boil until the
beans are very soft. Fry one small
onion well minced, in two tablespoons
of, lard or crisco. When golden
color turn in the beans which have
been salted to taste, and further
seasoned with a bit of a clove of
garlic, and a dash of paprika. Fry or
stew nearly dry. They must be stirr
ed a good deal and mashed if liked.
BAKED BEAN SALAD
Two cups cold baked beans,
Three ripe tomatoes,
Three tablespoons vinegar,
Six tablespoons vinegar oil
One-half teaspoon mustard
One-half teaspoon onion juice.
Make dressing from vinegar,
and seasoning. Heap beans on let
tuce. Garnish with the sliced tomato
Over all pour the dressing.
STEWED KULA BEANS
Wash one pint of Kula beans, cover
with cold water and soak over night.
In the morirng place over the fire
and boil until tender. Add salt and
pepper. While they are cooking, fry
six slices of bacon. As the bacon
browns add it to the beans. In the
fat fry three or four sliced onions
and, (if you have them,) as many
sliced sweet peppers. When tender,
add all to the beans. Stir well and
One cup cold baked or stewed dry
Two tablespoons butter substitute,
Half a cup milk,
Two-thirds a cup chopped or grat
One-half teaspoon salt,
Two drops tobasca,
One-fourth teaspoon paprika.
Press beans though a potato ricer
and sprinkle with seasoning. Put in
an omelet pan with butter substitute
When hot add milk and cheese. Stir
until thoroughly blended. Serve on
slices of toast on a very hot platter.
Banana soup, bean loaf, curried
apples, fresh peas, graham bread,
Bweet potato pie.
Baked apple salad, marcaroni and
cheese, stuiTed peppers, pickled beets,
bran muOins, snow pudding.
Papaia cocktail, creamed crab on
toast, stuffed tomatoes, boiled bana
nas served with lemon and parsley,
date muffins, pineapple sherbet,
Peanut butter soup, baked squab,
Maui mashed potato, egg plant frit
ters, corn bread, guava whip.
Fruit salad, welsh rarebit, c Mi fled
potatoes, fried bananas, cucoanut do
light, nut wafers.
No 1. Banana Soup
Liberty Catering No. 11.
No. 2 Bean Loaf.
Two cup cooked brown bean, one
cup cheese, l1', cup bread crumbs,
salt to taste. Put beans, cheese and
bread crumbs through meal grinder,
shape in loaf and bake in buttered
pan, basting with a little water and
butter. Bake 20 minutes. Serve with
No. 3 Curried Apples
Six apples, 1 cup brown wigar,
lump of butter, 1 tsp. curry powder,
juice of Vi lemon. Peel apples half
way to core, place in pan depth of
apples add a little water, pour over
following syrup. Bake hour in
moderate oven. Syrup mix sugar,
butter, lemon juice and curn y powd
er, boil until well mixed.
No. 4 Graham Bread
One cup white flour, 2 cups, graham
flour, 1 tsp. salt, 1 large tps. soda, lVa
cup sour milk, Vi cup molasses, 1 cup
chopped nuts or raisins. Mix and
bake in baking powder tins 1.1
minutes in slow oven.
No. 5 Sweet Potato Pie
Liberty Catering No. 5
No. 6 Baked Apple Salad
Six small tart apples. 1 cup cubed
marsh mallows, cup chopped pea
nuts, cup mayonnaise. Core apples
and put into baking pans: fill center
with brown sugar and piece of but lei
Bake as usual. Chill. Mix peanuts,
marsh-mallows, and mayonna'fo, (ill
the centers and add a little more
mayonnaise and cubes of jelly.
Garnish with lettuce hearts.
No. 7 Bran Muffiins
Two cups bran, 1 cup flour, 1 cup
m'lk, 1 cup molasses, 1 tsp. soda, 1
tsp. salt, 2 tsp. baking powder, 1 r;:g
No. 8 Snow Pudding
Half ouce of box gelatin (or kon
tin) dissolved in a pt. of warm water,
juice of two lemons and 2 cups
sugar. Set away to cool. When it
th'.ckens stir in the whites of 5 egf.s
beaten stiff and sweetened. Put
away to cool in a mould. Take yolks
1 pt. of milk, rind of a lemon, and a
pinch of salt, and make a boiled
custard, and pour around the moulded
gelatin in serv'ng dish.
No. 9 Stuffed Tomatoes
Six ripe tomatoes, 2 cups soft
bread crumbs, 1V4 tsp. salt, U tsp.
pepper, 2 tsp. butter. Remove slice
from tops of tomatoes and cake out
seeds. Melt butter, and add crumbs
and seasoning, also some of the toma
to pulp. Fill tomatoes place in bak
ng pan, and bake slowly until soft.
No. 10. Date Muffiins
Three cups graham flour, 1 cup
molasses, 2 cups sour milk, 1 tsp
salt, 2 tsp. soda dissolved in moiasses,
1 tsp. soda dissolved in milk, 1 egg,
Ms lb. dates cut up and rolled in flour.
No. 11 Pineapple Sherbet
One large pine, 3 cits, water, loz.
gelatin, 4 lemons, 3 eggs, whites, 3
No. 12 Peanut Butter Soup
Five large cups milk, 2 tsp. peanut
butter, 1 tbsp. grated onion, salt and
pepper. Heat milk, add enough flour
to thicken like cream, add peanut
butter moistened with milk, season,
and serve wilh croutons or cheese
No. 13 Maui Mashed Potatoes
Make mashed potato, beat until
foamy, add chopped parsley and serve
with a sprlnklng of grated cheese on
No. 14 Corn Bread
One cup while flour, t cup com
meal, 1 cup milk, 1 egg, 1 tsp. salt, l
shortening, 2 small tbc.p. baking
powder, 1 large tbsp. sugar.
No. 15 Guava Whip
Four tbsp. sugar, 1 cup uava pulp,
white 1 egg. Press giwa pulp thro
net, beat wh:te of eg;;. Add sugar
and heat with egg white. Serve in
sherbet glasses. Cream mav be add
ed No. 1B Welsh Rarebit
Oiv tbsp. butter, 1 cup grated
cheese, i cup milk, 1 tsp. tomato
catsup. Melt butter in double boiler,
add cheese and milk, and stir till
creamy. Add pinch of cayenne pep
per, salt and catsup. Serve hot on
thin toast or crackers.
No. 17 Cocoanut Delight
"?4 cup sugar, 3 tbsp. cornstarch, 2
cups milk, 3 eggs whites, 1 cup
shredded cocoanut, ' ts. vanilla.
Mix sugar with cornstarch, add milk
and cook in double boiler ten minutes
Pour over the beaten whites and beat
well. Let it stand awhile, then beat
in 1 cup cocoanut (shredded)add vanil
la and turn into mould. Serve with
custard made wilh the yolks of the
eggs or cream.
No. 18 Nut Wafers
Beat 2 eggs well. Add 1 cup brown
sugar, cup nut meats, chopped fine,
2 tsp. flour. Drop in small teaspoon
fuls on buttered tins, and bake brown
in slow oven.
AT THE THEATER
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"A Roadside Impressario"
"A Roadside Impresairo" once more
introduces George Beban upon the
screen in the dual role of author and
fta. It is a Pallas-Paramount pro
lu.-ii.vi, directed by Dcrald Crisp,
who has presided over all of Mr. Be
ban's recent pictures.
Mr. Beban is Giuseppe Franchini,
an Italian fisherman who becomes
separated from his wife and little
daughter by accident. They depart
for America, and Giuseppe, with his
pet and companion, Bruno, the trained
bear, starts out to find them.
After years of wandering he and
Bruno arrive in Monterey, where
Slade, proprietor of a roadhouse, is
endeavoring to ruin the-reputation of
Vnton, candidate for mayor. Slade
lias induced Lizzie Cosgrove, a worth
less woman, to compromise Winlon.
Bruno, the bear, escapes from his
master and wrecks the apiary of a
wealthy family, the Vandergrifts, for
which he is placed in jail. Giuseppe,
heartbroken, gets work as a dishwash
er in Slade's bin to earn money to get
his pet out of jail.
While at the roadhouse he stumbles
upon the evidence of Slade's duplicity.
He takes it to Vandergrift, where he
meets the latter's beautiful young
adopted daughter, fiancee of young
Winton. Slade is driven out of towrn,
and it. then develops that Giuseppe
had saved Vandorgrift's life many
years ago and that the wealthy
American had adopted his child in re
cognition of his indebtedness.
Giuseppe is about to take the girl
into his arms when he realizes that it
would mean social ruin for her to be
known as the daughter of an Italian
beggar, and he unselfishly turns his
back upon her. The closing scenes
show Giuseppe and h's faithful Bruno
trudging over the hillside in search
George Walsh in "High Finance."
Preston Piatt is a young spend
thrift. When threatened with being
disinherited by his father ho gets a
job as a valet with a family which is
On the trip he falls in love with
Patricia West, the niece of a wealthy
broker, who just to show she could
take care of herself, hired out as a
secretary in this same family.
Just to show his dad that he had
some business ability Preston salts
an old copper mine which had been
abandoned as exhausted. He starts a
run on "Freebooter Copper Stock"
and sells the mine to his father for
With the fortune in his pocket he
starts off to marry the little secretary,
who proved to be the niece of hie
father's business rival.
"The Heir of the Ages"
"The Heir of the Ages," a Pallas
Paramount picture starring House Pe
ters, has two d'istinct phases, one
which concerns only the caveman era
and the other pertaining to present
day conditions in a western mining
The first part, in the nature of a
prologue, shows all the characters In
the caveman era and pictures the
strong man making love after his own
peculiar and somewhat violet fashion,
doing battle with his rivals or nocha
lantly clubbing the weaker, who dar
ed oppose him. When he has sub
dued both his enemies and the fair
object of his affections he realizes
that his younger and weaker brother
is also enamored of the same fair
Knowing that the weak brother
cannot capture a maiden through his
own rfTorts and sure of h's own abili
ty to secure another beauty, the cave
man turns over the object of his affec
tions to his brother.
The main part of the story shows
the same characters in a present day
setting, a western mining town, 'n
which the big brother is again the
strong man and the younger brother
once more the careless and utterly
The sacrifice which Hugh Tayne is
called upon to make in behalf of his
brother Is quite different in this new
sett'ng, but the character. I
the same impulses which l
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a fascinating story with ndistim v,i
novel treatment and a su-pr'slng fiiJiV
ing, which quite takes wuy one's '
breath In its unique allurr.
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