Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY DECEMBER.8, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE ELEVEN Two Course Dinners as Set Florth by British Government Combinations of Meals, Soups, and Desserts Which Will Give (lie Most Nourishment at the Least That are, Wholesome and Inexpensive. SATJN HATS AGAIN IN VOGUE-FASHION'S LATEST DICTATES Herewith arc morn recipes'.'fromI the British Government's "Official pamphlet in They1 are taken in 'conjunction, with the One-Course Dinners printed in Jasl 8tw Weekly make up -fwo- Dinners. Next ad- ditional recipes will ftc printed. THE one-course dinners with !-slight .modification and addi- tlon be served as two-course I dinners (TvMch aro preferable aacon- jrenerally more The fol- lowliig- oombinationa are recommend- :ed. A -pound loaf of bread should be Hei-ved with each dinner. In oomo Infftonwea'-bread'and cheese may preferred as a aecowl course: i, or bean soup. Boiled pudding (as treacle, jsun, or cur- rant .2. Potato and onion soup. Plain coke pudding 3, Scotch barley broth1. Ginger pudding. 4, Irlsli stew. Baited or oteomed jam roll, curra.nl pastry, or apple roll. 5, Stewed meat yrlth dumplings. Bice and raisins. 6. Shepherd's or cottage pic. Rice, sago, or other milk, pudding. 7. Meat and potato pie with pastry onist. Stewed fruit. 8. Savoury butter. Fruit pie. '9. Meat and vegetable pudding with potato. Rice or cornflour mould with fruit. 10. Boiled bacon or pork, pease pudding, and cabbage.. .Fruit salad. i 11. Boiled rabbit, With rice and onion sauce. Apple charlotte. 12. Cheese with boilcd.or baked po- tatoes and salad. Dates or bananas. 13. Yorkshire cheese pudding, fruit. 14, Cheese and potato .pie; FtMH (summer) pudding or stewed fruit, IB. Savoury rlce'ond cheese. Steam- ed fruit puddinff. Recipes for the preparation of these two-course dinners have: already given except in the case of the .following second courses: 1 Plain Cake. Pudding Ib, flow, 14 lb- U Ib teaspoonful bakjnr powder, teaspoonful salt, Ib. fruit (sultanas or currantftj. Milk tu mis- the fat into the flour, add all tho dry and mis with milk to a dropping consistency. Pour Into a greased tin or pie dish and bako In a hot oven for hour. Ginger Pudding Sweet Pudding: 34 Ib. Hour, Vi Ib. soaked bread or bread crumbe, fl ozs. auet, Ya Ib. treaclo, ft oz. Rlnjfeiv 3 ozs: augar; 1 teospoon- 'ul baking powder, pinch yf salt, Vi Mnt milk. Sauce: 1 pint water, i OB. corn- flour, 1 os. sugar, flavoring as de- slrcfl. Mix the flour. Jnffor, baking nnd aalt. add the fluct finely (shopped, and tho aodkod bread wall drained. Melt the syrup by slightly -warming it, mix it with the milk, and add these to dry Ingredients. Mix till thoroughly, and pliice in a greased tin or basin. Cover with a plate or greassfl paper and stsam ror twj. hours. Turn the pudding1 out and serve hot with sweet sauce. Sauce: Mix the cornflour to u smooth paste wltliallttje of ijie wa- ter Boil tlie rost of the water. Stir in the cornflour. Boil up- Cooit for about It minutes, sweeten, flavor, and servo- Bftked Jam Roll Ib. (i ozs. Iftrd j dripping, t teaspooiiful powder, Vi tRHSpoonfu! salt, V.- ip-: jam, water (to the flour, powder, and salt, rub in tho fat, artd cold water to make tt rtl out and spread with Jam j raieins, and put -age. about I pint of and basin in the pan o roll UP llvhtly. Bake la a hot oven, currant pastry replace 3 ozs. of sugar and 3 ozs. of currants, mixing these with the dry ingredients. Divide the pastry into squares instead of making a roll. Apple Roll Ib. Clour, 1 tea- lObnful baking- powder, 6 ozs. suet, Ib. apples, 2% OZB. sugar, salt, cloves, cold -water (to the flour, powder. Finely chop and add the; suet, mix with water to a stiff paste. Roll out and cover the centre with sliced apples. Sprinkle with sugar, .and add a few cloves. mosBter. the edge of the pastry ana roll up. Roll in a greased paper and ateam for at least 2 hours _ Baked Rice lu. rice; 2 ors rat- sins, water, salt. the rice, clean the cook for about 1 hour. Turn oil to 0 hot dish and serve with sugar. The raisins may be omitted and the rice served with treacle, sugar, or Jam. Milk Pudding pints milk (milk and water with a little fat if insufficient 6 oza. rice or other grain, 4 ozs. sugar, flavoring- Boiled: It a double saucepan is available put boiling wa- [n the lower pan. Put the milk, Sati) EflfMY P his pure-bred Clydes- Brandon, Man., Dec. Young horseman at Grisdale, a successful ureeder, a lairs, Iqi horses last nlghr through potson- ing About an hour after the animals had been fed" ten were 'taken sick and all but two died during the night. Mr. Young has .nor can lie give any clue as to possible causes. RALPH CONNOR TO- CONDUCT. CAMPAIGN FOR NEW RECRUITS Montreal, Major G. .W.. Gor- don (Ralph' Connor) has arrived in- England from the front, and will tly sail for Canada, where he will uct a special recruiting campaign, rice, sugar, and flavoring into the: upper pan and cooU until Soft and j Teamy.