The Story of Crisco eBook

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mold, beat eggs and sugar together till mixed well, then add milk and flavoring.  Pour all into prepared mold, cover with piece of Criscoed paper; have stewpan with an inch of boiling water in it; put saucer or something flat in bottom of it, set pudding tin on this, and cover pan with lid.  Let steam slowly for at least 1 hour.  It must not boil, but be set on part of stove where it will keep hot without boiling.  Turn out and serve hot or cold.

Vegetarian

April 29

Cream of Salsify Soup Nut Sausage, Brown Sauce Grilled Sweet Potatoes *Sour German Cabbage Apple and Prune Tart Coffee

Sour German Cabbage_—­2 quarts chopped cabbage, 2 tablespoons Crisco, 1/2 cup vinegar, salt and pepper to taste.

Soak cabbage in cold water for 1 hour; drain; place it in an uncovered kettle of boiling salted water, cook 20 minutes; drain and return to kettle.  Add vinegar, bring cabbage to boiling-point and cook 5 minutes.  Add Crisco, salt and pepper to taste.

April 30

Pepper Pot Mutton Cutlets, Tomato Sauce New Potatoes Lima Beans Sliced Tomato Salad Cheese Fingers Violet Mousse Coffee_

_*Pepper Pot_—­A small knuckle of veal, 1 pound cooked tripe, 1 onion, 2 medium-sized potatoes, 1 bunch pot herbs, 1 cup Crisco, 3 quarts cold water.

Wash veal and pot herbs and slice onion, put them with water, in soup kettle, on back of stove, where they will come gradually to boiling point.  Allow to simmer 4 hours or more.  Strain and set away to cool.  This must be done day before it is wanted.  When cold, skim off every particle of fat, add to it potatoes, cut in small cubes, tripe, cut in 1/2 inch squares, bay leaf, few sprigs parsley chopped fine, and meat cut from knuckle, rejecting every bit of fat and gristle.  Put them on to boil just long enough before dinner to cook potatoes; when boiling season to taste with salt and red pepper.  Thicken soup with one teaspoon each flour and cornstarch mixed smooth with little water.  Mix Crisco with 1 cup flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt and little pepper, and enough cold water to make dough stiff enough to roll out, cut in small squares and boil in soup 1/2 hour.

May 1

Beef Soup Noodles Roast Beef Yorkshire Pudding Browned Potatoes *Canned Corn Pudding Spinach and Egg Salad Strawberry Sherbet Coffee

Canned Corn Pudding—­_1 can corn, 1 cup hot milk, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon Crisco, 1 tablespoon flour, and 1 egg.

Melt Crisco; mix well with flour; add the milk gradually, then the seasoning and corn, and last of all beaten egg.  Pour into Criscoed baking dish and bake in moderate oven for 1/2 hour.

May 2

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