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Saturday, December 1
Lancaster Society 6 meets at the
Church of the Brethren to en
tertain family and friends.
Christmas filmstrips to be
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Members of Lancaster Society 34
met on Nov. 19 at the home of Pat
Wood. A demonstration on lace net
darning was given by Solanco
Glass and Mirror after Which each
member made an ornament.
Corresponding secretary Marcia
Harnish and treasurer Joetta
Wolgemuth were installed as of
ficers. Other officers were in
stalled at the County Convention.
Cathy Smith won the chance off.
The next meeting will be on Dec. 17
at the home of Cathy Smith. The
program will be a Christmas
party. Secret pals will be revealed
and new ones will be drawn.
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shown covered dish meal.
Lancaster Society 5 meets for a
program on “Exercising with
Lancaster Society 1 meets for a
talent program and a |4 gift
Lancaster Society 12 meets at 6:30
at the Millersville Lions Club
for a covered dish Christmas
Sunday, December 2
Lancaster Society 28 meets to tour
Tuesday, December 4
Lancaster Society 23 will meet for
a Christmas party and to ex
change small gifts.
Lancaster Society 35 meets for a
Christmas party. Bring a $lO
gift for your secret pal. The
meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Kendy
Rohrer, 508 Georgetown Road,
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WEST CHESTER It’s ironic.
More meals are being eaten out
side the home than ever before at a
time when more men and women -
are interested in cooking
creatively. Maybe people have
more energy to whip up souffles,
stir fry fresh vegetables or concoct
Thursday, December 6
Lancaster Society 17 meets at 6:30
p.m. for a Christmas party at
Friday, December 7
Lancaster Society 14 meets at
Meadow Hills Dining House.
Saturday, December 8
Lancaster Society 7 will meet for a
Christmas program with local
Lancaster Society 2 meets for a fun
and games program and cookie
exchange—bring one dozen.
Lancaster Society 13 meets for a
Christmas party at 6 p.m. at the
Ronks Fireball. Convention
delegates will be named.
Lancaster Society 25 meets at the
Wengers at 6:30 p.m. for a
covered dish family Christmas
party. Program will be by
Happy Hours Men Chorus.
Gin a cookbook this Christmas
a complicated casserole when
they’re in the kitchen three or four
nights a week instead of seven.
Whatever the reason, cookbooks
are being published and purchased
at an amazing rate. Cocking for
one or two, cooking for a crowd,
vegetarian cooking, ethnic
cooking, cooking for babies or even
for the football team are but a few
topics you’ll find in today’s
If you think a cookbook might be
just the gift for someone on your
list, Extension specialists at the
Pennsylvania State University
suggest you ask these questions to
help you choose the right one.
•What are the individual’s
current cooking habits? Don’t give
a gourmet cookbook to a meat and
potatoes cook. By the same token,
a book of recipes requiring lots of
convenience ingredients won’t be
appreciated by cooks who pride
themselves on using only fresh
•Does the cook have a piece of
equipment such as a microwave
oven, a food processor or a wok
that isn’t used very often? Con
sider giving a cookbook that
focuses on the techniques of using
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•Is the person on a special diet?
Avoid the quick-answer lad diet
bocks and ask your county Ex
tensitoi home economist or local
dietician for a recommendation.
•What qualifications does the
author of the cookbook have?
Books written by teachers from
well known cooking schools,
reputable food writers and home
economists as well as books
sponsored by major magazines are
usually well done.
•Does each receipe in the book
give the yield or number of ser
•Are the cooking time and
temperature clearly stated? “Cook
until done,’’ for example, is only
useful if some criteria for doneness
•Are directions clear and
complete? Read through a few
recipes at random and see if you
can visualize putting the
•Finally, do the recipes call for
ingredients that are generally
available in the cook’s locale? An
exotic cookbook is of little use if the
spices and condiments called for
are available only by mail order.