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Through the cooperation of the progressive business houses feWUred on this page we are combining a series of Jewish recipes and culinary articles with a listing of pure food products.
: For the various recipes here
; requiring vinegar, you will find
g *gt\ Pure Cider Vinegar the |
' <-i most satisfactory.
AT 'OUR GROCERS
The Perkins-Epeneter I
Pickle Co.
MADE ONLY IN DENVER
by 1
THE MERCHANTS BISCUIT COMPANY
The St Pierre Produce Co.
WHOLESALE
All grades potatoes, onibns,»vegetables, apples
Phone orders promptly attended
1526 Market ' ' Phone Champa 7211
i”mandel H. GIBBONS
ANNOUNCEMENT
Susman's Grocery and tc: Delicatessen
* ! begs to announce the re-establishing of their old store at
1726 Larimer Street
; ’ with a full line of Groceries and Kosher Delicatessen
; Telephone 5561W
This Coupe:: Is Good For 25 Cents
On a quart can nf Kaclu. • >il Auto Polish. Knctun Oil Furilure
Polish. Kurtus Oil FI p 0115,.. If usrtl lxtforc IK'tfliilior C.V, 1022.
At Our Factory 14C1 Welton Street
THE KACTUS OIL PRODUCTS COMPANY
1 _J
j '‘Say It With flowera”
§ $ CENTRAL FLORAL CCMjJ
f li MAX SCHKADSKV A. SI. SlrltAlltFttG it |
I • 955 Fiftrrulli Street St
§ We furnish tlmvers Tor all mansions.
5 Slain 6883 tliaiupa 490 |
Hands Hand Soap
In Powdered Form
Leaves ihc hands with a velvety feeling HSgE32plj
Ank your grwer druggist for fr*« sampl©
1823 WELTON STREET
Telephone Mai. 6440 M “'° W "
11. StWVAKTZ Proprietor
1010-10 41 Or 1... SM "rnrrr Col„r».l»
JEWISH RECIPES
CAKES—GOLD CAKES. I
\ I ;; tablespoons shortening. - j i
• j sugar, l 1 '.* flips I'lilxl Hour, 3 teaspoons
5 baking powder, :i yolks or eggs, eup I
5 milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla. , t
| ; Cream buttfr well, add sugar, nm
» linue heating. atld yolks beaten until- 1 .
5 light with Dover beutt'r. a*l»l lluvoring •
$ mix thoroughly then add milk alter- I
: finitely with Hour find baking powder.
| j mixed. Peat well,* plan* In well greas.,
i ctl anil floured pan,uml bake iu uj
21 moderate oven .*15 t,u 45 minutes. Hake!
- in loaf or - layers,
MOCK ANtiEK FOOD.
jj ! t cup sugar. I'm cups rake Hour. - J
1 teaspoons linking powiler. », eup soften
f ed butter, 1 \ |eas]ioon s.n11 1 j clip fold
? water or milk. 1 teaspoon vanilla.
; white of *J eggs,
■ Sift Hour once, measure, then *dt:
| Hour, sugar, salt, and baking powder .
; together. I times. l’laee in mixing
\ bowl, l’.reak eggs in measuring cup, !
\ till V- full wi lit; softened (not melted
\ butter, fill to top of eup with cohF i
\ writer, add vanilla. Pour this into the
l Hour mixture and beat bard until
: very smooth, turn into small iragreased |:
l angel cake pan 'phice in slow oven, • I
l Let eake raise to top of pan. Increase
I heat and Iraki* until linn. Invert pan, jt
i when cool cut out. Double receipt for j I
? larger eake.
MOCK CAtfAMEL C AKE.
■ i l:ibles|Hmus butter. 1 cup brown.,
r sugar, cup of uu: meats (chopped). (
plain eake batter.
Spread the butter iu large frying',
pan. sprinkle sugar and mils over even- j
j’ly and set aside. "Make any plain eakei
batter, spread iilke butter over the L
1.lifter, nuts and Ink) 4 in the ,
frying pan la n moderate oven. When
done tun onto u cake pin e upside' ,
dowij. . SrpHielent for one large cake. .
DELICATE C OC OAM T CAKK.
m j 1 eup sugar. ' , eup butter substitute, j
3 eggs, w1 1 Itei: kj teaspoon nliuond,
I, Hnvoring, teaspoon lemon flavoring, i 1
; cup milk. teaspoon suit, - cups.’
!et»!;o Hour. 3 teaspoons baking powder,
v . cup cocoa nut.
1 Cream together the sugar and but- •
tor and add the flavoring. Sift to
gether the dry ingredients and add '
them alternately with the milk to the '
M>t tiiixtm/*. ; dd in the ego) whiles. '
beaten stilf. add the coeoanut. stir
wel. IMace in a wel!-oileil pan. sprin
kle with vhredded cocoa nut and a
few elu»piK*d almonds, it' convtjulcnt,
= and baki* for 45 minutes in a mod
j [ i*ratc oven.
TOITV SEED C AKE. i«
j 1 cup poppy seed. 1 *<• cup milk, l'j '
i tips sugar, c. cup butter. - cups ’
! Hour, i! t«*as|HK»ns linking powder. 4
i whites of egg- - , beaten. 1 teaspoon va-;«
I 1 nilla. 1
* (irind floppy seed. heat of the •
j milk, pour over poppy■seed, let stand« I
Jjover night, cream butter and sugar i
5 ! jinil add popy seed mixture. Add (lour *
_ and baking powtli't*. mixed, and lust tliej
a beaten whites. Plitee in a well greas
| , cd spring form and bake In n moil- 1
1 i crate oven 45 minutes. When cold. '
1 cover with choiulnte butter frosting -
3 or with Fudge Frosting.
; IIIl'KOm NTT C AKE.
3j; lVj tup butter, 1 cup sugar, whites j,
1 1 of 3 eggs. i.\ imp milk. 1 1 _• eitps Hour.
j eup chopped hickory, walnuts or ,
' pecan meats. 1 teaspoon cream of tar-jj
ler, 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in. 1
I' teaspoon milk.
11 Cream the butter well with sugar,
r stir in the whites beaten' stiff and!:
COAL!
COAL! ffiXZ COAL!
[3 \Ve also handle other grades of Lignite and Bituminous coals of
Quality and Merit.
I SATISFACTION ASSURED
WM. ROSEN COAL CO.
Phone Main 6073
! &tjuL : i J>uL£u iniiuiiLU qji^auifu. a j?\tu
THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS
| beat mail llfcht and smooth; add milkj(
and Hour, alternately, and continue'
st Irving; add nuts, stir/ them si win- J
kle tin* creuui of tartar over tin* mix
' tun* and lastly silt* i:i Ur* soda dis-!•
•olved in 1 teaspoon milk. Heat again ’
and then place in well but tv-rod and
'slight!/ floured brick' !«•:»r i»an ipui
I bake in a moderate oven.
COCOA CAKK
. j ] cup, sugar. tablespoons butter.] 1
. ! ", tablrspoous cocoa. 1 egg. 1 cup s*mrj*
■ | milk. 1 teaspoon soda, tea spoon bak
l ing powder. 2 cups flour.
* Cfoim butter 71 ml sugar with the
;«aM'oji. add the egg and add Hour mix- •
: !cd wit ii banking powder, alternately, t !
Willi the mifk mixed with the soda. , 1
1 Make in 2 layers hi a moderate ovenj‘
'.and put plain on Chocolate Mutter ’
i Frosting between layers and on top. <
KKVII/S |.'001>.
,\n. 1 Can 1. 1
, | 2 squares eliocotyte — ( 2 or..), •” table-j I
I -pooiis eococu, - tablesbutter, 1
I; egg. j'
‘ Part 2
I ' 1 cup sour or butter milk, - tea- ,
I * spoon .soda, yolk of 1 egg. - seajit cups L 1
. 1 Hour.
Heat and mdC the clioeolute. water
. .Mid .sugar; when dissolve 1. add the]
•! butter. Set aside to cool. Mix but-,
t* nnilk. Mala and the beaten yolk, add 1
the melted chocolate mixture, and then 1
i:he flour, and hake in two layers in a
' moderate oven. r« serving tin* white of
• egg for the frosting. lYe Marshmul- t
j low Icing, cover top und sides with!
•'('lirwolate Icing.
[ No. 2 -I*avt l.
• squares (f’ox.) ehocolate t* tabl*
‘ j spoons sugar, ' i cup water. •clip :
‘ i milk. '
1 <’«>o!» all bigot her, stirring eonstsmt-f
j !y until and smootli. Set aside]
to end; mix following:
] Mart *J.
] cup bu ter, 1 eup granulated j'
I! sugar, 2-:t cup milk, 2 cup-- Hour, Li 1
! teaspoons baking powder. \U teaspoon j
vanilla. 2 eggs.'
Cream butter and sugar, adding a.
little «»f t lie milk, then the beaten
yolks; remainder of tin* mil.: ami flour I 1
sifted with tlie banking powder: thpu
j rho cooked s-Iuk-ii!'-ite mlxtar-v and llav
. oring. laistly eut and fold in whites
of the eggs which have been beaten i
’ very stilT. Make in layers and put lay )>
ers together with plain boiled frosting, j
SPICK CAKK.
' 2 cups sugar. 1 cup butter. eggs. ■
1 cup sour cream. -C eiips flour. tea
• pooiis baking powder teaspoon
jcjieh, cloves, einnamon and ginger, *■&
,|<-np currants or raisins, c» eup walnut
; meals.
Cream the butter and sugar, add the
•! eggs one at time. Mix the flour,
baking powder and >piees adding the
• cream and the flour mixture alternate
. ly. and lastly the raisins and nuts!
' rolled in flour. Make in a moderate!
■ | oven in a well greased dmllow pan. j
MOI.ASSBS I .A YK.lt CAKK.
1 eup sugar. 2 tablespoons butter. 2
] eggs. 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon
,-mla. dissolved in i eup sour milk. 1
■ up New Orleans Molasses, cups
dour. 1 teaspoon doves.
Mix the flour and spices. Cream but
ter and sugar, add eggs and molasses
and the Hour and' milk alternately.]
Make in a moderate oven in two layers. J,
i Kro<i with boiled ieing. add 1 eup oi ,
chopped i i i-ins.
Me not tyrannical and cruel toward,«
: hey inferiors. —Talmud.
jCANTORS MOVE TO PRESERVE
TRADITIONAL HEBREW Ml SIC. |
'I'lu* lhut official convention of till*
| Jewish Ministers anti Cantors’ Asso
1 elation cf America, at the Hotel Aster,
New York, discuss- l plans for the pre
servation of traditional Hebrew music
and urged that tt musical center should
jin* established with that end in view,
i one resolution util lined that the tradi
tional liturgy should he introduced in
ynagognes wliere tin* art of cantorshlp
D losing its native betiuty and holiness.
It was further urged that «t lioine
should l e established for aged and dis
abled cantors, and that there should
{ be closer relations between cantors and
i i congrcgitjtions. Dr. Samuel Ituchler
-jWUH elected ucriuuncnt cliairinau of tlie
conference, j Musical America.
Mrs. Cllrenco I. do Sola of Montreal,
Can., lias I»ceu decorated by the Ser
bian consul ou ladiaif of the Serbian
,|{ed Cross Organization in recognition
i of her services during the war.
Dr. Morris Ilcrzstcin, a Sail Fran
. dseo physician, is tin* donor of a statue
rof General Pershing _In heroic size
. wiiiclt was unveiled in Holden Gate
, Park on Armistice November 31.
It was designed by Haig 1’utigun.
' j Prof. Albert A. Micliclson, of the Uni
ljver>ity of Chicago. the noted physicist,
was one of three Americans given the
honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at
the formal opening of tin* student year
''of tiie iTniversity of Paris last week.
Miss Vera Strasser. a young .Jewess,
i - he Ur*t woman who lias been invit«m|
• by tlie French Philosophic Society to
Iisture at tlie Sorttonne. Fails.
. Three hundred . immigrants were
landed at the JalTa Imrhor last week:
llie large t liuniher to arrive in a single
I j day sine** tin* restriction on immigra-
M (ion.
Tin* archives of the Chovcvp Zion
S. i. tv of Odc-sn. containing thousands
'of !»•{*- r. and documents have been de
1 iposi:« • i ihe Heiirew National Librury.
! | Dr. !nii >Vh:iitzlor, the famous
.'.lewis:. i»*«r and playwriglit, who is
s at piisci.; hi a leisure tour through
i .Moldavia : ".ola-ni.a. was obliged to
discoutinm ■ 1 'ding a. Teplitz itl eon
. sequence of mi':-S» in'tic disturhanccs.
Yesterday it w:i announced Unit Su
preme t'ourt .Inst lee Samuel (Ireen
hnutil, now a inemiier of the ''appellate
trihuiial of New York, resign I
from tin* bench at the end of this year. :
| He will then have completed twenty-]
lone years of service in his present ofllce i
j a sutliciently long period to qualify liim i
las an ottieial referee of the Supreme j
’'Court for the remainder of ids life, j
I Mr. Greetibntim lias always been an!
active communal worker and for many I
yearn now has been president of the
; KducatIonal Alliance.
I
j Isaac IlusiU, professor in the ini- j
versity of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Jacob
Hoschaudcr of tlie Dropsie College.!
; both of Philadelphia, are at tin* present
lime vi-itiug lecturers on Jewish philo- j
'soph.v and tin* study of the Bible* re-1
: >peet ively at the Jewish Theological j
Seminary.
; Last Sunday dedicatory exercises ,
[were holdmt tlie new buildings of the
Hebrew Institute of Borough Park in;
| Brooklyn. This school accommodates ,
(eight hundred hoys and girls who re-1
; ceive instruction in Hebrew and i
Judaism.
We Serve Pure Milk
&/}0
Windsor Farm Daily Co.
1847 Blake Street
Phone Main 5136
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I Cozy Bread!
$ 'V
With the
Flavor Baked in
Ask Your Grocer
$
| All kinds of fresh and smoked FISH received daily. jj
ARAPAHOE FISH and \
I POULTRY MARKET \
I \
Z 15th and Arapahoe j
I I Convenient to all cars. Free Delivery. Tel. Main 893-Brancb 1. f
!
—C ATER I NO— ———
I WEDDINGS BANQUETS
BIRTHDAYS PARTIES
QUALITY AND CLEANLINESS
IS THE SECRET.
i MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Best Candy and Ice Cream
rurnAAAAAT
i! Try Sells .
• For a Lunch or a Dinner
• ; The most delicious fried chicken in town or n tender juicy steuk. J
3 * We are famious for our Sandwiches and Coffee —Prices .
■ 3 moderate 3
3 SELLS, 1618 Champa Street ;
JUST A REMINDER
Winter is coming and we will soon have storms.
| Ford Tops recovered .$lO Larger <»rb priced accordingly
$ Let ns repair your Hirtu .replace the
broken OelluloiU fc» you w}\\ Ik; prepared.
HIRSH AUTO CO.
: 1826 Wcllon Street Phone Champa 5972-W ;
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