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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 5, 1969

Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 5, 1969

ENJOY, ENJOY
Dishes that are good to look

at and good to eat

when its cold outside and hot
chocolate is nearby, try this
recipe for Schnecken (as they
are known in tthe std coun-
try). Here's hoss:
41,z cups flour
' lb. butter
:1 eggs
1'> cups milk
?cup :ugar and l tsp.
1 cake yeast (!'_xoz.)
pinch of salt
Melt buttcr ancd add 1 cupc of
tukewarmc milk.
Crumbhle yeast into a coo of
lukewsarmn milk and 1 teaspsooni
Beat c,->s>swithtSarand salt
sal and add to the flour. Also
add thc bolter ajod milk biquid.
Ptacc in the iccbox over night.
Roll out and 'prinkle with
broswn sugar, melted butter,
cinnanmon and chsopped walnots
or pecans.
Let raise for a little while
and then bake in a moderate
oven at about 4ee-degrees.
Pot e Pai nakes
(Latkes)
A ND THEN thaere are always
potato pancakes o potato
latkes . .. which ever language
you prefer. You should at least

triple the recipe or you wIll
tnever have enough for two good
caters!t
2 medium sized potatoes
1 egg Awell-beaten
2 tablespoon flour
pincb of pepper
pinch of baking powder,
Steaspoon salt
melted fat
Grate tihe potatoes on a fite
irater. Add tegg, salt, pepper,
bakincg powder and floor. Stir
lightly and then drop the pan-
cakes frotm a spoon into hot fat
is a skillet.
Saole toa deept golden bressh
on bth sides.
Makes C-8 panckes.
Pancakes moust be cooked im-
tnediately after preparing be-
cause potato mixtore darkens
lihe longecr it stands.
Aitd, woo\'t Are they good.,
PAUL CAMELET
MASTER TAILOR
tor Men and Women
ilteration' and remodicr
at cialties in shorteninq ladies
coats, stacks, and skirts.
No longer with Camelet Bros.
in business for himself
1103 S. University
abase the drug store
663-4381

'I~he leatn, lore;;, cut-oult look is alccented by a maiX scarf. Available at Palr-
ap)hernlti.t
DateI( tut ibrCead(1 Bake 50tittesiil' it350-diegree ? 3 cup sugar

I)ATE A ND ttlut bread ihas
alwsay's becn a holiday favo-
rite'
11lb. dates tent up)
s(01)upraisins
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup boiling waler
Poor te otiecuoi of boiling
ster otver above ittgredients
atnd let cool.
Beat 2 eggs ticotie ctui
br'owss'ttgtur awsd 2 cuolt tflIotur.
Acid 1 cup of coped niuts.
Com~binte boithtmixtures.

licle mixture still fill ltree
very wseil buotsered mtediumt± sized
Plaign (ookies
P LAIN COOKIES are tihe kin±d
tihat catt be sprinkled withc
ahmost atcy type of contfection-
er: delighit. !Jintmties, or little
ntonpareils or eseti chott'olate0
Cicipst!!t
1 cup sbortening
1 teaspoon salt
1 tables'poon v'anilla

212 cups of sifted flour
Concbine sicorteninog, salt, anid
vatcilla. Add sugar, beaten eggs
atnd blentd. Add flour. Mix well.
Droipott greased baking sheet.
Let statsd for a fewv minutes,
risen flattetn willh glass covered
with dantp clothc. Bake 8-10 min-
utes in 875-desgree oven untcil
thte edges are brownt. Eat.
STICKY BUNS are afavorite
aitytioce of thte yea r. But

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NEW YORK OU
A CHEtRFUL, JOtFUtL
tLISSFUttY IRRVERENT
Al TODAY"f 'THE
MU i c tt Y.lT,-ltEW
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