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CORNER W.00k ;1) Bloesser of the Week. 1 retch A1 ride and also at Gem have three 3, and :hosen raised '1pc. Mrs, AI Bloesser LIGHT AS A FEATttER RAISED DOUGHNUTS (Makes about 20) 3 cup milk 1/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup or 1/2 stick margarine 1/4 cup warm water 1 package yeast I egg (beaten) 31, cups unsifted flour (about) Scald milk, stir in sugar, salt and margarine. Cool to luke- warm. Measure warm water into large warm mixing bowl Sprin- kle in yeast and stir until dis- solved. Add lukewarm milk mix- tin'e, egg and haft of flour. Beat until smooth. Stir inenough additional flour to make a soft dough. Knead until soft andelas- tic on lightly floured board, (about 10 minutes). Place in greased bowl, turning togrease all sides. Cover, let rise until double in bulk (about one hour). Punch down. Roll out to about one-half inch thick. Cut with 21:z inch cutter. Place on greased baking sheets. Cover, let rise until double in bulk (about one hour). Handle doughnuts as little as possible to prevent failing. Fry in deep fat (375 degrees) for two to three minutes or until brown on both des. Drain on absorbent paper. While warm,, dip in glaze or cinnamon-sugar. GLAZE Blend together 2 cups sifted mO.wdered sugar, one-third cup lk and 1 teaspoonvanilla. Dip warm doughnuts into glaze. Drain on rack set over waxed paper or platter to catch icing to reuse. CINNAMON-SUGAR Combine 1/ cup sugar and 2 teaspoons cinnamon. Dip warm doughnuts in mixture. nicest HOOVER DIAL-A-MATIC UPRIGHT or CANISTER $ i o Hardware and Furniture 111 So. Central Ave. - Phone: 482 - 1402 -k Recipes . Features ' Good Eating ReciPes Stra00,berry Time Is Pie Time It's that time of )'ear again. The happy time when California strawberries are available in quantity. Fortunately, thegrow- ers have been extending the sea- son a bit each year so we'll have many months in which to enjoy the highly prized fruit, One of the best ways is when these extra large and extra flavorful strawberries are put, uncooked, into a pie. The Cali- fornia Strawberry Advisory Board asked willing home eco- nomists to develop some new recipe s for attractive, delicious pies. And here they are. Strawberry Apricot Jam Pie is easy as one-two-three. One: a glaze made of apricot pre- serves. Two: fresh whole Cal- ifornia strawberries. And three: whipped cream. Poops there's four -- a baked pie shell, which you can buy if you like when in too big a hurry to make your own. The other pie is a longtime favorite with pie bakers. And pie eaters. It's the classic S'rawberry Rhubarb Pie. This version is an uncomplicated one, thickened with convenient quick - cooking tapioca. A bonus recipe for a double crust pas- try i s provided. STRAWBERRY APRICOT JAM PIE One-third cup apricot preserves 2 pints fresh strawberries 9-inch baked pie shell Sweetened whipping cream Beat preserves in small saucepan until fairly uniform in consistency; melt over low heat. (If necessary, stir a lit- tle apricot liqueur or water into preserves to thin mixture to glaze consistency.) Arrange strawberries attractively in cooled pie shell. Spoon apricot glaze over strawberries. Pipe whipped cream around the edge of pie. (Whipped cream may be flavored with apricot liqueur, ff desired.) STRAWBERRY RHUBARB PIE (Makes 9-inch pie) 11/2 pints fresh California strawberries, halved 2 cuds sliced fresh rhubarb (2 to 3 medium stalks) P/2 cups granulated sugar 5 to 6 tablespoons quick cod- ing tapioca+ Unbaked pastry for 2-crust 9- inch pie+ + Milk Sugar Mix strawberries anti the rhu- barb with 11/ cups sugar and the tapioca+, let stand while making pastry. Divide the pastry in half. On lightly floured surface, roll out one portion 1l/2 inches larger than inverted 9-inch pie plate. Easy Miniature Pizzas Score Party Success MINIATURE PIZZAS 2 pounds ground beef 1 teaspoon salt 2 cans (8 ounces each)refrig- orated biscuits 2 cans (8 ounces each) pizza sauce 12 ounces shredded mozzarella cheese 1 can (4t/2 ounces) slieedmush- rooms, drained Lightly brown ground beef in frying - pan. Drain on absorb- ent paper. Sprinkle salt on meat, Roll out biscuits on lightly flour- ed board into circles 4 to 5 inches in diameter. Place on baking sheet. Spread about 1 tablespoon pizza sauce on each biscuit circle. Top with shred- ded cheese, browned beef and sliced mushrooms. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 10 to 12 minutes. Yield: 5 to 6 serv- ings, 4 pizzas each. II ...... :.. :: Chocolates When you present Pongburn'$ beautifully packaged chocolates, Fit into plate and trim crust even with edge. Fill with fruit mixture. Roll out remaining pastry; lift onto pie. Trim the crust [-inch beyond the edge of pie plate. Fold top crust under bottom crust; seal together to make a standing rim and flute edge. Cut vents in top crust. Brush crust with milk and sprin- kle with sugar. Bake in 400 degree oven about 60 to 70 minutes, or until fill- ing bubbles in the center. Check pie occasionally for browning after 30 minutes of baking and cover edges with foil, if neces- sary. If pie begins to bubble over, place foil beneath pie. Cool thoroughly before cutting. (+If strawberries are verY juicy, use the larger amount of tapioca.) (+ +You may have afavorite recipe, or you may use Standard Pastry for Double Crust 9-inch Pie, recipe given below.) STANDARD PASTRY FOR DOUBLE CRUST' 9-1NCH PIE 2 cups sifted all-purpose fkmr 1 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup solid all-vegetable short- ening 1/ cup water Combine flour and salt in bowl. Cut in shortening until uniform but coarse. Sprinkle with water; toss with fork and press into a ball. 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