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Page Fourteen

Sunday, December 6, 1970

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Sunday, December 6, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MAYNARD ST. KITCHEN
Some amazing holiday goodies

Oatmeal Toll
House Cookies
HEN THE Fitzgerald family
comes home for Christmas
from all parts of the country,
Mrs. Fitzgerald always fixes her
family's favorite chocolate chip
cookies. So good are they, that.
Sara even eats the dough raw
sometimes ! Here's the best
known secret recipe:
1 cup shortening

% cup brown sugar
r cup white sugar
2 unbeaten eggs
1 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon soda
2 cups quick oatmeal
1 cup cropped nutmeats
1 package sweet chocolate bits
1 teaspoon vanilla
Cream shortening, white and
brown sugar, eggs and vanilla.
Sift dry ingredients together
and add to mixture.
Add rest of ingredients, stir-

ring well. Can be chilled over-
night or baked immediately.
Drop by teaspoonsful o n t o
greased cookie sheet. Bake at
350 degrees for 10 to 12 min-
utes.
Eggnog
THE HOLIDAY season isn't
complete without eggnog.
But you have to be sober to
make it well because the pro-
cess is time-consuming and dif-

ficult. It's also expensive. But
it's fun:
36 eggs
1 gallon of thick whipping
cream
1'? lbs. of sugar
1 pint of whiskey
1 pint of rum
1 pint of gin
1 pint of brandy
Break eggs and separate eggs
and yolks. You should have 36
whites, 36 yolks and at least
72 shells.
Whip whites of eggs and yolks
of eggs separately until very
light.
Divide the sugar, putting half
with the whites and the rest
with the yolks. Then beat until
very light. Then combine the
sugar yolks and sugar whites.
Beat thoroughly (or until light).
Add whiskey to cook eggs.
Whip the cream and add it
gradually to the mixture. Mean-
while, add the gin, rum and
brandy at intervals.
If the finished, beaten pro-

duct is too thick, thin with
sweet milk. Add sugar if needed.
Beat, of. course until smooth,
velvety, drinkable.
Famous Relish
P OB BIER learned this when
- he was in third grade, and
in spite of its simplicity, people
keep asking him for the recipe.
The vagueness of the measure-
ments corresponds with t he
vagueness of his memories of
third grade:
2.lb. bag of cranberries
3 or so oranges
some walnuts
raisens, if you like
Pick the rotten cranberries
out and wash the rest. Cut the
oranges into sections, leaving
the peels on.
Run the cranberries, orange
sections, shelled nuts and op-
tional, raisens through a meat-
grinder. See that the relish is
mixed evenly, cover, and put
in the refrigerator,

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