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Sunday, December 6, 1970

Sunday, December 6, 1970


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Some holiday goodies

(Continued from Page 6)
for ourselves, not for you." Ro-
bin said, "because, we need your
help. We have a problem of
great magnitude to solve. And
we need your help in thinking
how to solve it."
"My, my touching. Your gra-
ciousness overwhelms me. I am
at your service, of course. Would
you like me to sign an inden-
ture? What will be my duties?
Would you like me to be your
door stop? Or perhaps a door
mat, to keep the fluff (piglet,
etcetera, pooh, oddments) out of
your honorable abode. Or, if
you wish, I can merely keep
from being underfoot. ust ask,
and it's as good as done. But as
far as my thinking goes, well,
"Why not, Eyeore,"
"You wouldn't understand.
What I think is really of no

concern to you in any case, so
if you would mind your own
mind, we would get along a lot
better I assure you. Now if you
don't mind I'll just sit over in
the corner and enjoy myself."
A"L THIS TIME, Owe had
been paying very ltl t
tention to Eeyore. He had quiet-
ly let go of Eeyore's ear and
paused in Quiet Ponderance.
Now it suddenly seemed very
clear to him the solution to all
Piglet's problems. For, he had an
"Piglet," he said triumphant-
ly, "Your problems are over. I
have the answer." Everyone
crowded around, surprised at
the wise Owl's show of concern.
"You say you can't find hay-
See THE, Page 9

ARD TO make, but good to
eat, blintzes make great
holiday fare. If you can't cook
an omelet or make water boil,
however, better read on. Or else
have your Jewish mother make
you some for Christmas. Thanks
to Judy Sarasohn's mother, you
have this one:
1 cup milk
4 well beaten eggs
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon salt
Just add the milk to the
eggs, and stir in the flour and
salt gradually until the whole
mess is smooth.
Heat a sturdy six inch skillet
and grease it slightly. Pour only
enough of the batter to make a
very thing pancake. Bake on
one side only until it blisters;
then toss it on a broad fried
side up. When a number h a v e
been fried in this manner, place
a rounded tablespoon of desired
filling (see the recipe below) in
the center of each pancake.
Fold over both sides and roll
into envelope shape.
1l lbs. dry cottage cheese
2 beaten yolks
1 tablespoon of melted butter
1 tablespoon of sugar
Beat cheese until it looks

sour cream and jam or fruit
sauce (anytime).
H OME - MADE recipes for
fudge are always in demand
for Christmas. Mrs. Lang's reci-,
pe for delicious, creamy fudge,
prized for generations by the
Lang clan, is now being released
for public consumption. Picture
the faces, glowing with ecstacy
at every mouthful. Your success
as a hostess will be guaranteed
as the compliments mount up.
Combine in a saucepan and
boil 6 minutes, stirring constant-
4% cups sugar
1 cup (tall can evaporated
2 tablespoons butter
A few grains salt
Meanwhile, combine in a
large bowl;
2 packages (6-ounce) semi-
sweet chocolate pieces
3 bars (4-ounce) German
sweet cholcoate
2 jars (8-ounce) marshmallow
Gradually pour boiling sugar
mixture over the chocolate
marshmallow mixture. Beat un-
marshmallow mixture. Beat un-
til chocolate is melted. Stir in 2
teaspoons vanilla and 2 cups
chopped pecans.

are known in the old country).
Here's how:
42 cups flour
2 lb. butter
3 eggs
1/ cups milk
,2 cup sugar and 1 tsp.
1 cake yeast ( oz.)
pinch salt
Melt butter and add 1 cup of
lukewarm millk.
Crumble yeast into % cup of
lukewarm milk and 1 teaspoon
Beat eggs with sugar and salt
and, add to the flour. Also add
the butter and milk liquid.
Place in the icebox over night.
Roll out and sprinkle w i t h
cinnamon, and Csoz.)o
brown sugar, melted butter,
cinnamon, and chopped wal-
nuts or pecans.
Let raise for a little while
and then bake in a moderate
over at about 400-degrees.
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