Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
26 Jul 1918

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26 Jul 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Postville, Iowa The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Cabinet True dignity la never gained by place and never lost when honors Are withdrawn. Helpful hints and Tive ideas. Sugges three Square feet of Garden for a lettuce bed will Supply the family with Crisp Nice salad All Sam Mer. Head lettuce will take More room but it is Worth the time and trouble. A Row or two of peas will keep one supplied a i with fresh peas if Plant we la a p Overy two weeks from july until Frost comes. 1 the Spatula or flexible knife has usurped the time Honoreta forefinger for scraping out dishes. In our grandmothers Day spatulas were unknown. The fear of spreading disease and a knowledge of germ life has made us nil More careful about using our fingers and hands in food. The Finger Nail with the Best of care will Harbor countless bacteria. This care of food is not being Over fussy but is recognized As a necessity for decent living. The appetizing horseradish is in the dry ingredients in the butter then add the other things and lastly a fourth of a cupful of mild vinegar and a cup of cottage cheese beat until smooth then fold in the Cream. Let us Ever glory in something and strive to retain our admiration for All that would ennoble and our interest in All that and beautify our life. Seasonable Good things. For a hot Day try one of those new and refreshing punches made from whey. After preparing cottage cheese the whey which is Rich in Mineral salts is Wasiw Grok and probably Sam got his lunch at some time horse drawing a Light Wagon ran amuck the other Day. He must have been thinking of that Clover pasture at Home for he galloped Over Asphalt with the irresponsible joyousness of a Colt and was Sll plug around the Corner when an upturns Hoof caught in the harness a a. A off wanted a conf ult a in spa Onul of Salt but you Ain t in my place see fourth of ? 86 a Heese t0 Wimch 8 woman and he la a a Blond hair Courtn of a teaspoonful of soda has been added. Add three fourths of a i. A a try i.,8t a let a Housew be Chat on the Side fourth teaspoonful each of Mace and cloves then fold the Whites pour the mixture Over the cubes of bread and bake like a custard in a moderate oven. A meringue May be put on top if desired. Lemon tapioca a cupful of tapioca in four cupfuls of cold water overnight. Cook with the addition of one fourth of a teaspoonful of Salt in a double boiler until Clear. Do one cupful of sugar the juice of half a Lemon and one and a half Lemons Cut in the thinnest possible slices Mere shavings. Pour into a cold wet Mold and chill. Serve Umno ded with a custard or Cream. Everybody except old Man science knows that the very first aviator was the Broomstick Witch. And those in the secret Are equally aware that she has always been jealous of that cow that jumped Over the Moon for Why the greatest Altitude she has Ever been Able to attain is the cobweb District this Side the sky where the sweeping has to be done but these Are startling times and the first thing that Witch knows she will be Topping the cow record because that is where the Price of brooms is soaring today. A woman bought one and paid a Dollar for it without one word of complaint because the ground is needed or wheat. Another woman an we will Hoove Rize and specialize about the foods we eat a Well eliminate the sugar and reduce the wheat and meat we will Laud Corn Rye and Barley and other wartime foods and economize on fuels and All else the Law includes Caroline Louise Sumner. More about cottage cheese. The modern cold method of preparing cheese is by using one eighth of a Jurt Ket Tablet to a gallon of milk warmed to so degrees then allowed to stand overnight and is then drained through a heavy unbleached Linen cloth to remove the whey. A Small inexpensive thermometer should be used As guessing at the temperature is not always Safe. Let the milk stand in a receptacle in which water is kept at so degrees until the curd is formed. The More junket is used the sooner curd is formed. In Many places skim milk May be bought at a reasonable Price and this makes most satisfactory cheese with junket. On the farm where milk is produced in abundance cottage cheese should be a common dish. To those who object to the sour milk taste the addition of a bit of soda from a fourth to a third of a teaspoonful will neutralize the acid i fact this method is often used in cheese dishes for those who imagine they never could like cottage cheese. A gallon of skim milk Mokes about a Pound and a half of cheese which is a Good substitute for meat As it furnishes As much body building material As the same weight of beef though it is not As Rich in its Energy Supply As meat. The junket Tablet is dissolved in a tablespoonful of cold water then added to the milk. Because the curd is finer in this method of making cheese a heavy cloth is needed for draining. Do not Drain until too dry then mix with Salt Pimento Cream or any seasoning and flavor desired. Cottage cheese two cupfuls of cottage cheese and one cupful of minced pickled beets mix a few chopped pecans and add any desired salad dressing. Another salad combination. Tak one cupful of chopped cabbage and no Ples unpeeled the red peeling adding a bit of Colorio the salad add a half cupful of chopped celery nerve with cottage cheese salad dressing. Cottage cheese salad dressing. Take a half cupful of milk one egg a cupful of sour Cream whipped a teaspoonful of Salt a half teaspoonful of Mustard the same of paprika two Tea spoonfuls of Corn starch end one and a half tablespoonfuls of butter Cook ancient soul with a skin the Brown of tobacco Well cured offered the of fable statement that it was t Wuth a mock a Pound Ana 1untnn-" she a d0u8nt one los to of for seventy five cents an it was so a halt of veal Cut in Small pieces of Choffy that by of a a she " pm Tunner Ronn Twain t nothing but a nubbin in Ter cooking until tender. Add a Small Side it that to that be Law s Bunch of diced celery two hard Cook t adj a son it """s1" in a Buet so Teu water to toughen the de eggs also diced Salt and Pepper  to that makes a Broom last three times As Long. And maybe it wore and a Little grated onion. Prepare a sideways because you let it stand on its own weight instead of lunging it by White sauce using a pint of milk and the handle., four tablespoonfuls each of flour and Las Honey you knows Miff bout brooms to be their own Mother Don t butter cooked together until All is our a Nuh none of Chi e " Horn \ e fus word about Well blended before adding the milk. Nussler Ooms Laker that an in Oler Miff to Relec when Ghumman come season Well with Salt and paprika and la Archi Dow 0.r rond but 1�nine Tell you. We Aln t a nor pour hot Over the prepared meat or uppity to fuse Good advice an i serve with toasted bread. Ino Talent will enable us to do any work without Drudgery but no childishness must tempt us to give it up because it is hard. No work can be Well done by any one who is unwilling to sacrifice ease to its accomplishment. Come to sunday night Tea. In one of us too old t of Ric.  m Welner soak de nex Broom Vevo re eating old Morek but a Ltd ule a a a me a season of Rio ii a. King the life and death rather the a a during and flies. Our Anler. Due to the heat Happy disappointment sad prophecies All unfulfilled bid every pen almost to year we say the fruit crops killed yet somehow there is always fruit. Excusable. That s the first fight that Ever Ninde me run said Broncho Bob. I Aldu t know running was in your it in t. But this time if i had t run fast enough to catch up with i me Pete there would t have been any fight one sided heredity. Faults?"3,01 t 6ll0ve Chu Ren in Erst to tells from Uler m ,8

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