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Yield: 1 Servings

3 2 1/2 oz. each jars of baby
Food: either beef or chicken
1/4 c Dry milk powder
1/4 c Wheat germ

Combine ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Roll into small bails and
place on well-greased cookie sheet. Flatten slightly with a fork.
Bake in preheated 350 oven for 15 minutes or until brown. Cool on
wire racks and STORE IN REFRIGERATOR...also freezes well. Notes:
cream of wheat can be substituted for the wheat germ. Tester's note:
Definitely something to howl about!! Cookies are soft and


Coconut angel food cake
Yield: 1

Cake: -d)
3/4 c Cake flour Frosting:
8 lg Egg whites 1 1/4 c Sugar
1/2 ts Salt 2 lg Egg whites
1/2 ts Cream of tartar 1 ts Orange zest, grated
1 c Superfine sugar 1/4 c Orange juice, strained
1/2 ts Vanilla 1 tb Corn syrup
1/2 ts Almond extract 1 c Coconut, shredded and toaste
1/2 c Coconut, shredded (unsweeten - (unsweetened)

Onto a sheet of wax paper, sift the flour 3 times. In a large bowl with an
electric mixer, beat the egg whites with the salt until they are frothy.
Add the cream of tartar and beat to soft peaks. Beat in 1/2 cup sugar, a
little at a time. Add the vanilla and almond extract, and beat the whites
to stiff peaks. Fold in the remaining 1/2 cup sugar, a little at a time.
Sift the flour over the whites in 4 batches, folding it in gently after
each sifting. Fold in the coconut.

Spoon batter into a 9-inch tube pan, 3 1/2-inches deep. Bake in the middle
of a preheated 275f oven for 1 1/2 hours.

Hang the cake in the pan, upside down, on the neck of a bottle and let it
cool for 90-120 minutes or until cooled completely. Release the cake with
a sharp knife, turn it out on a rack and invert it onto a cake plate.

In a metal bowl, whisk together the sugar, egg whites, zest, juice, corn
syrup, and a pinch of salt. Set the bowl over simmering water, and cook,
whisking, until it registers 140f on a candy thermometer. Remove pan from
heat and whisk the mixture over the hot water for 3 minutes. Remove the
bowl from the water and, with an electric mixer, beat the frosting at high
speed for 7-10 minutes or until it is cool and holds stiff peaks.

Spread top and sides of the cake with the frosting and coat the outside
with the toasted coconut.

a 1977


Yield: 12 Servings

Angel food cake mix
7 oz 7-Up

Follow the directions on the package of angel food cake mix. Moisten
the egg whites with the same quantity of 7-Up as your recipe calls
for water. Do not chill the 7-Up; use it at room temperature.

You're Really Cooking with You're Cooking with 7-Up!, 1957 from
*Cakes Men Like* by Benjamin Darling


Yield: 1 Servings

See dir page

No. 1 can=10 to 12 oz No. 300 can= 14 to 16 oz No. 1 1/2 or No.
303 can=1 lb, 17oz No.2 can=1 lb, 4oz or 1 pint, 2 fluid oz No. 2
1/2 can=1 lb, 12oz to 1 lb, 14oz No. 3 can=3 lbs, 3oz or 1 qt, 14oz
No.10 can=6 lbs, 2oz or 7 lbs, 5 ounces


Yield: 1 Guide

You may prepare any chunk-style or pureed fruit with or without sugar,
using the procedure for preparing each fruit. Pack in half-pint,
preferably, or pint jars and refer to the processing times in Table 1.

Caution: Do not attempt to can vegetables, red meats, or poultry
meats, because proper processing times for pureed foods have not been
determined for home use. Instead, can and store these foods using the
standard processing procedures; puree or blend them at serving time.
Heat the blended foods to boiling, simmer for 10 minutes, cool, and
serve. Store unused portions in the refrigerator and use within 2
days for best quality.

Table 1. Process time for fruit-based baby foods in a boiling-water

Style of Pack: Hot Jar Size: Pints

* 0 - 1,000 ft ........ 20 min * 1,001 - 6,000 ft .... 25 min * Above
6,000 ft ...... 30 min

======================================================= === * USDA
Agriculture Information Bulletin No. 539 (rev. 1994) * Meal-


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