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Homemaker!
Brick
Most homemakers I find wish
to find ways to help save foods
necessary for starving folks—and
welcome any new ideas. Two ways
to help are using the plentiful
raw foods and the substitutes for
wheat flour. _ _ __
, This article will deal with the‘
plentiful raw food—carrots and
the use of eggs as a substitute
thickening agent for flour. ‘
Most of this month's plentiful
carrot supply will be small young
bunch carrots, time savers for the
busy homemaker, because small
carrots not only cook quickly, but
are especially well suited to ser
ving raw. And large or small, raw
or cooked, carrots are rich in the
carotene from which the body
makes vitamin A. 7 J A
Most green plants retain their
carotene in their leaves—where
its yellow pigment is hidden by
the green of the chlorophyll. But
some plants transfer part of their
carotene to their roots, and so
become yellow vegetables Hence
the decorative golden color of the
carrot. So rich are carrots in car-
T——————-—e YOU ARE INVITED
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Republicon Candidate for
Benlon County Assessor
Solicits Your Support at the
Primaries -- July 9
Paid Advertisement
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The Lutheran Hour
By DR. WALTER A. MAYER
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otene that even the name “carot
ene” is taken from them.
To add crisp texture to a meal;
serve raw grated carrots or slen-l
der carrot strips cut lengthwise,
say home economists of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture. For
salad bowl contrast, combine raw
carrots with shredded cabbage or
chopped celery, onion, or green
pepper.
Cooked carrots may be season
ed with good-flavored meat or
poultry drippings. The vitamin A
value of carrots is not afletced
by cooking. But to make the most
of the flavor and other food val
ues, home economists suggest
these rules for boiling:
Boil young tender carrots in
their skins If carrots are peeled
at all, make scrapings no more
than skin deep.
Start the carrots off in already
boiling salted water. For young
‘carrots use just enough water to
mover.
Keep the kettle covered. This
:speeds cooking and saves flavor
3and food values.
I Cook only until tender.
Eggs for Flour ‘
Eggs, now in seasonal abund
ance, may be used in various ways
in cooking to spare flour. Wher
ever egg is used, it adds color and
richness as well as mineral and
protein value to the dish. The fol
lowing are possible ways to use
egg in place of flour
In Soup: Instead of the maca-
I‘
roni, spaghetti or rice, usually
served in thin soup to give it some
“substance” take a tip from Chi
nese cooks and use eg strands.
Just before the saup is ready to
serve and while it is still simmer
ing, pour in beaten egg gradually.
The egg cooks in attractive yel
low strands immediately on com
ing in contact with the hot soup.
Serve at once. .
For Thickening: Any cook who}
has ever made custard knows the‘
thickening ability of the egg. Egg‘
may be used also to thicken some;
gravies and sauces in which flour‘
is ordinarily used. Two precau
tions must be taken, however, to
prevent egg from curdling rather
than thickening. The first is to
cook at low heat—simmering tem
peratures preferred. The second is
to pour a little of the hot mixture
into the beaten egg first, and then
add this mixure o the rest of the
hot liquid -
. For example, a clear,“ slightly
thick gravy for chicken stew may
be made by adding a little of the
hot chicken broth to well-beaten
egg and then stirring the mixture
into the remainder of the broth.
Never hold the gravy over direct
heat after egg is added.
An unsweetened soft custard—
;milk thickened with egg and sea
;soned with salt, and possibly also
lwith grated onion, cheese or herbs
-—makes an appetizing sauce for
ifresh vegetables in place of white
sauce. Even in white sauce, egg
‘may be used to spare part of the
flour. Make a thin sauce, then add
a small quantity of the hot sauce
to beaten egg, and stir the mixture
into the rest of he sauce. Heat a
few minutes in the double boiler
over simmering water before ser
ving.
Still another place where eg
may be used to thicken sauce is
in “boiled” salad dressing, popular
these days because it uses less fat
or oil than some other dressings.
For Binding: Although a thick
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SUMONS FOR I'UBLICATION IN i
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN NO. 26;
THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE!
STATE OF WASHINGTON FOB BIN
TON COUNTY.
Benton County. a municipal corporation.
Plaintiff. vs. Lyle Davis. Annie Royson.
Robert S. Walker. Bert C. Hutchinson.
Blanche 1... Crites. Wm. L. Booth. Thomas
W. Kennedy. Thomas Kennedy. W. .1.
Armstrong. A. L. James. Damaris Abro
ham.l..l..l.ove.C.A.Breasler.J.l..
Croasan. City of Prosser. Innicipal Cor
poration. City of Prosser. as trustees of
all Local Improvement Districts therein.
names of all owners appearing on the rolh
and all persons unknown. if anf. having
orclaimingtohaveaninterest nandto
the real property hereinafter described.
Defendants.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: To
the above named defendants and each of
them including all persons unknown. if
any. having or claiming to have an in
terest or estate in and to the hereinafter
described real property situated in Ben
ton County. Washington.
Youandeaehofyouaruherehynotified
that Benton County. a municipal comers
tion of the State of WW
holder of Certificate of cy
numbering 688 and 684. issued on the 6th
dayoflay.lm.hythe'l‘reasurerof
Benton County. State of Washington. for
the amount of Forty Seven Dolhrs and
29/100 cents (847.2!) the same being the
amount then due and Waxes
for the years 1088 and 1940. with
penalty. interests and costs thereon unionl
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Non-partisan Candidate for Judge of the
Superior Court for Adams, Franklin and
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