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THE MODERN HOME-MAKER
Written for Women of the Pacific Northwest
‘ By AIMEE M. LEWIS
L A Wuhmton Preal Won Dem
Your Holiday Cookies
There are many fine old cookie
recipes which are brought out each
year for use at this holiday season.
No matter how many new ones
have been tried during the year.
the old favorites are always in de
mand at this time.
Each nationality has its special
holiday treats. This department
would be very happy to publish re
celpesofthiskndsothatmany
could enjoy the special old tme fa
vorites of each group. Won’t you
please send them in?
Pfeffer-Nusse or
Pepper Nuts
One old favorite which always
makes its appearance at this time of
the year is Pffefler-Nusse, or Pep
per Nuts.
Ipoundflour
lpoundsugar
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2 oz. candied lemon peel. cut fine
1 nutmeg, ground
1 tbsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. cloves .
1 tsp. baking powder
Beat eggs and sugar together,
add spices and baking powder and
heat thoroughly. Add flour, mix
and knead on a board. Shape the
dough into nan balls and bake in
slow oven on buttered tins.
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“uncle"!
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lundnnamon
Impchoppedalmondl
lcnpcitmn
4thsp. chocolate
2m.molaasea(orlcuporange
marmalade)
2mtcupsflour
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Beat eggs. add brown sugar and
mix well. Add molasses or mann
alade, then spices, chocolate and
flour and baking powder. Mix in the
almonds and citron which have been
mixed with some of the flour.
Spread in buttered square pans and
like in a moderate oven until done.
host with floating made as fol
lows:
1 cupsugar
2 tbsp. chocolate
3‘ tsp. vanilla
3‘ cup water
3011 until 11: threads. Pour over
cookies. When 0001, cut in squares.
Crescents
2/3 cup sugar
4 ounces butter
1% cup grated almonds
4 cups flour
m: well shape into crescents.
Bake in moderate oven. Roll into
powdered sugar. , ‘
I STRANGE BUT TRUE ll
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_ HEAT CONSERVATION :
A properly insulated roof keeps the heat
out in summer and the heat in during the
winter months. Insulation will actually pay ‘
for itself in fuel saved as well as provide you I
even comfort in the meantime. See us for the
latest developments in insulating materials.
STANDARD LUMBER CO.
W. J. SKINNER, Manager
Anise Seed Cookies
3 eggs, beaten with egg heater 5
minutes, add 1 cup granulated sué
gar and beat 10 minutes. Add 1%
cup flour and anise seed or onto
flavor. Beat 10 minutes longer. Drop
by teaspoonful on buttered pan far
enough apart so cookies do not
touch, and let stand over night”
Bake in moderate oven until very
light brown. These are very delic
ious, and when made correctly, the
bottom layer is chewy and the top
is a crisp shell. '
Christmas Cookies
2 cups brown sugar
1,5 cup syrup or honey
34 cup butter
1 tsp. cinnamon
1,5 tsp. cloves
1,5 tsp. nutmeg
2 oz. citron, put through food
chopper.
21,5 cup flour
1 tbsp. baking powder
1 egg i
Juice and rind of 1 lemon ‘
2 tbsp. mm: 1
3 Add sugar to syrup and cook un
til sugar is dissolved. Add butter
and let cool. Add spices to flour.;
Mix all ingredients together and. if
necessary. just enough more flour
to handle. Roll 1,5 inch thick and
shape with kindergarten cookie
cutters. Bake in greased pans in
moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for
8 to 10 minutes.
Holiday Cookies
These cookies were best sellers at
a holiday bamar. They are very
crisp and crunchy, and easy to
make. 1
1 cup shortening
1 cup brown sugar
1,5 cup granulated sugar
2 cups rolled oats
-1 cup corn flakes
1 cup coconut
2 eggs, slightly beaten
ltsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
3% tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. soda
ya tsp. salt
Cream shortening and sugar.
Add eggs. Add rolled oats, corn
flakes and coconut, then flour sifted
with baking powder, soda and salt.
Add vanlla. Mix well. (I found the
hands the best method of handling.) ‘
Place 1 tsp. of mixture on greased
cookie sheets, flatten each with a
work. Bake in moderate oven at
350 degrees F. until done—l 2 to 15
minutes.
A Vegetable Tip
An excellent way to serve canned
peas or string beans is to brown 1
tbsp. of chopped onion in 1 tbsp.
butter. Add 1 can of sliced mush
rooms to peas or beans. Let sun-1
mer until ready to serve. Just be
fore serving add $5 cup cream. Heat‘
well.
a“)? Take a tip from Santa! Get her
A NEW ELECTRIC RANGE!
SEE _ANYIDEALER IN ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
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at your nearest Padfic Power & Light Company office" .
Honours NEW DOROIIS‘I‘IR!
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS
Always at Your Service
@5311}; Hother wants a gift this
rfgpjfi Christmas that will make
1;.151'3/5 her life better every day in
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. the year. She wants a new
electric range! And no wonder!
The new electric ranges give you
clean, instant heat at the snap of the
switch. Automatic oven heat control
does your oven watching. Insulation
keeps oven heat inside. Bnt teas are
just a few of the matehless conven
iences electric cooking 03011. See
them all in the new models at dealers
or in our nearest nice.
ECONOMICAL!
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-1 ing, too! Pacific Power & Light Con
‘ pany‘s ratesarenowlowerthanthcy've
ever been—among the lowest in the
‘ entire United States!
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made here in Kennewick: cherries, raisins!“
citron, nuts, currents—all good, clean inad
ients. Our fruit cakes are popular because the!
are so good. Try one.
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KEN N EWICK BAKERY
FRUIT CAKES!
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