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Image from page 458 of "American cookery" (1914)

Identifier: americancookery19unse_4

Title: American cookery

Year: 1914 (1910s)



Publisher: New York [etc.] : Whitney Publications [etc.]

Contributing Library: Boston Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library



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ar of this simple,preventative measure. Hang an ordinary wire hairpin overthe top of the lamp chimney. When thelamp is lighted, the metal hairpin willheat very rapidly, thereby helping toequalize the temperature of the globe. This device has been tried in our house-hold for several months, with surprisingresults; and has saved us many twenty-five cent pieces. h. p. y. How to Prevent Bread and Cakef |*j Tins from Sticking] MY old Southern Cook always usesthis method to keep her cake,bread or any small irregular-shaped tinsfrom sticking. She first rubs the inside of the tinthoroughly with salt, then she puts alayer of salt one inch thick in the bottomof the tin, and places the utensil in a hotoven and bakes it for one hour. If theoven is only moderately hot she leavesthe tin in the oven for three or four hours. She treats all new tins before they areused, but old ones may be prepared in thesame way. Her method is simple and the resultsobtained more than repays her for herlabor. b. w. d.


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Hooray! Do it again. 99 WHO cares about an unexpected spill in the snow? These sturdy littlefolk enjoy the fun of healthful, out-door play in snowy weather as insummer-time. Mother safeguards against cold and hunger by giving them each a steam-ing bowl of Wheatena as their cereal for breakfast. Wheatenaf the roasted,all-wheat cereal, supplies the proper nourishment for a sound foundation ofstrength, and tastes so good, children, and big folks too, never tire of the sweet,nutty flavor. Wheatena is cooked andready to serve in 3 minutes. The quickness and ease with which Wheatena is prepared makes it areal boon to housewives. And Wheatena can be served inmany tasty recipes that are equally delicious for every mealof the day. Wheatena is sold by all grocers. Send for our RecipeBook. Free on request. The Wheatena Company, Wheatena ville, Railway, Xew Jersey



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