Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 04, 1998, Image 49

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    Cook’s Question
ANSWER —Karen Kinnaine, Shartlesville, wanted a recipe
for Dutch apple cake, a 1950 s recipe from the Gold Medal Flour
sack. Thanks to Stan Kitchen, Dallas, for sending a recipe. He
writes it was bought from Holland so I’m not sure this is what
Karen wanted, but it sounds intriguing.
Dutch Apple Drop Cakes
I'A cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
% teaspoon salt
'A cup sugar
'A cup milk
1 egg
1 teaspoon melted butter
2 large tart apples, chopped
Beat egg until light, add milk and dry ingredients which have
been combined and sifted together. Add melted butter and
chopped apples.
Drop by spoonfuls in hot, deep fat. Fry until
Drain on brown paper
ANSWER Thanks to Josephine Matenus,
sending this Indonesian recipe.
Indonesian Rice Salad
3 cups cooked, cooled, brown rice
A cup raisins
2 scallions, chopped
A cup toasted sesame seeds
A cup thinly sliced water chestnuts
1 cup fresh mung bean sprouts
A cup dry roasted cashews
1 large celery, chopped
Chopped fresh parsley to taste
A cup orange juice
A cup safflower oil
1 tablespoon dark Asian sesame oil
3-4 tablespoons tamari sauce or soy sauce
2 tablespoons dry sherry
Juice of lemon
1-2 cloves garlic, minced
A -1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger root
Salt and pepper to taste
Plum sauce for topping
Combine the salad ingredients in a serving bowl. Combine
the dressing ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk until
blended. Toss together and top wiht plum sauce. Note; to toast
sesame seeds, place them in a dry flat skillet over medium heat
for 2 minutes or place in pie pan and heat in 350 degree oven,
stirring often for 10-15 minutes until golden.
Variations; Add any or all of the following; V 4 cup thinly sliced
bamboo shoots, fresh raw snow peas, fresh pineapple chunks,
toasted unsweetened coconut. Serves 4-6.
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Dallas, for
ANSWER—A reader wanted recipes for bagels. Thanks to
Fran Westfall, New Oxford, for sending a recipe.
4 to 4'A cups flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1 envelope active dry yeast
2'A teaspoons salt
I’/« cups very warm water
2 eggs
2 tablespoons oil
1 egg white beaten with 1 tablespoon water
In large bowl of electric mixer, stir together VA cups flour,
sugar, yeast, and salt; gradually beat in water, eggs, and oil;
beat at medium speed 2 minutes. Add 1 A cup flour and beat at
high speed 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. Stir in 2 or
2'A cups flour. Turn out on lightly flored surface and knead until
smooth and elastic, about 10 minutes (dough should be firm).
Place in ungreased bowl and let stand in warm place away
from draft 20 minutes or until dough begins to rise. Punch
down, divide in half, and let stand 10 minutes. Roll each half in
8-inch square; cut each in eight 1-inch strips; pinch ends
together to form rings. Do not let rise. In large kettle or deep
skillet, bring 2 inches water to boil. Simmer a few bagels at a
time 4 minutes, turning once. Drain well on clean towl. Remove
and place on cookie sheets and brush with egg-white mixture.
Bake in 375 degree oven for 25 mintues or until well browned
and crisp.
Note: Do not oversimmer bagels or they will collapse when
removed from water.
' ANSWER—Thanks to a reader for sending recipes for corn
meal that a reader had requested.
Mush Puppies
1 cup corn meal
1 heaping tablespoon flour
Pinch salt
Mix well then slowly add ’/< cup hot milk more or less to
acquire a medium paste. Drop by tablespoon and fry in hot
bacon or butter shortening. Serve hot with butter, jelly, or
IVj cups corn meal
4 cups water
1 teaspoon salt
Boil water. Mix corn meal with a little cold water before
adding to boiling water. Simmer for half an hour or longer.
Serve warm with milk or cream and brown sugar. Or, put in pan
and cool then slice and fry and serve with eggs and stewed
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 4, 1998-B9
Backwoodsmen 4-H Club
The club raised $5OO for
Camp Victory during a 12-hour
Rock-a-thon. The club held its 4-
H Sunday at Klinesgove United
Methodist Church in Sunbury
Members who participated in
the service were Amanda Raker
- Call to Worship, Jon English -
Unison Prayer, Jen Shipe -
What 4-H Means To Me and
Scripture, The Members -
Special Music, Dan McKinley -
Psalter, Melanie Campbell -
Scripture, Megan Shipe -
Scripture and Mormng Prayer,
Dale Schmid - The Easter
Litany, Megan Shipe - Acolyte,
Mindy Raker and Maura Adams
- Greeters, Jon Adams, Dale
Schmid, Ebba Schmid, Mindy
Raker - Ushers The flowers
were in memory of Bonnie
Esworthy, Chris Boyer and
Calvin Knotts by the
Backwoodsmen 4-H Club.
The club held its Keep Pa
Beautiful Clean-Up. They
picked 26 bags of litter in a 15-
mile area in Rush Township,
Northumberland, County
The club held a pizza and
movie night. It also held a
Petting Zoo at the Geismger
Telethon to raise money for the
Children’s Hospital.
All project leaders have been
meeting at least once a month
Members have been working on
their projects and participating
in activities pertaining to their
Cumberland County
4-H Sheep
On June 6 the Cumberland
County 4-H Sheep Club held its
yearly workshop
Since several members also
show steers, the workshop dealt
with how to prepare your mar
ket steer for show
Donald Nailer was the guest
speaker and fitter A light lunch
was served
The next meeting will be held
July 16 at 7 30 p m in the home
of John Witter
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