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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                f i I I Maries kitchen By MARIE OFFERMAN Here arc some favorite Gingerbread softened clip granulated sugar cup dark molasses 1 cup buttermilk cups flour salt 1 soda 1 ground ginger I cinnamon In electric mixer combine sugar mul egg and beat Stir in the molasses and butter Sift the dry ingredients together and add to creamed Beat until Grease and Hour a 9inch square Pour in batter and bukc in a 325dcgrcc oven about Makes 9 threeinch square Serve hot with whipped cream or whipped Garnish with com or pumpkin if Gingerbread is also good served with a lemon apple or softened cream Note Soften the cream cheese with a little milk and lemon Beat until Variation For a spicy gingerbread add ground cloves and ground Easy German Fruit Torte 1 yellow cake mix 1 cream softened cup powdered sugar 1 almond flavoring 1 cup whipping whipped Soups Contlnutd from 8 ring constantly remove from In a small combine egg yolks and evaporated Add a small amount of the hot mixture to the evaporated egg mixture stir into remaining hot Serve over cooked rice in individual Makes 12 Freezes Italian Steak Stew pounds boneless beef steak or boneless beef chuck roast 6 allpurpose flour 2 flavor enhancer 3 ground black pepper 5 vegetable oil 1 medium chopped r 10 cups beef broth Italian seasoning 2 medium thinly sliced 3 cups tricolor spiral pasta 1 large red cut into thin 1inch strips 1 large green cut into thin 1inch strips cups sliced celery 2 small sliced thick and halved cup evaporated milk or light evaporated skimmed milk Grated Parmesan optional Cut meat into bitesized pieces roll in a mixture of flavor reserving extra flour In a large brown meat slow ly in hot Sprinkle reserved flour mixture over toss to Add onion and cook until translucent add beef broth and Italian Bring to a cover and cook over low heat for 1 Add carrots and cook for 10 Add red and green celery and zuc chini cook covered for 3 to 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender but not Stir in evaporated heat to but do not Serve sprinkled with Parmesan if Makes 12 Freez ing is not Tips for Soup Lovers Does your crowd eat in ones and twos To store individual serv ings for later spoon the soup or stew into singleserving glass ceramic dishes and Then remove the frozen soup a few sec onds in the microwave or under cold running water does the store in freezer wrap or freezer bag and label with Also note reheating instructions so family mem bers can help The frozen block of soup is shaped to fit the dish and the dish itself isnt tied up in the More on freezing To thaw and place frozen soup in dish and microwave on checking every 2 until Micro wave on 70 percent power until stirring If reheating on range stir over low Cream soup should not be allow ed to Any evaporated milk left in the can Simply pour into an airtight con tainer and refrigerate up to 3 You can use it in scrambled and pancake and waffle Pour a little evaporated milk in your morning coffee instead of American Association I can cherry pie filling Prepare cake mix as directed on package and bukc in two German Tortc pans hut arc well greased and dusted with fine plain bread crumbs or flour the German lone pans arc available at most hard ware While cakes cool on prepare the Combine the softened cream powdered and almond flavoring and mix Fold in whipped Spread half of topping in recessed pan of each Refrigerate or tones until about 2 hours before If let tone remain at room temp erature about 30 Spread pic filling mix over the topping and refrigerate until ready to Makes 20 generous For use other canned pic New Texts January 1991 Extension focus By PATRICIA ANDERSON RASOR County ExMndon White most older adults arc in good the incidence of chronic diseases docs increase with Given the opportunity most ill people Would reverse the undesirable consequences of these dis eases and of aging in Promoters who sell useless and 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