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About The times. (Portland, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1911)
BUNGALOW FOR MOUNTAIN SITE.
Design 2T, by Glenn L. Saxton. Architect, Minneapolis. M in n .
W IN TER .
VFFLES with maple syrup is a
term to conjure with. Just why
wattles are not seen more often
on the breakfast table it is hard to tell
unless It is because a special iron Is
needed for linking them.
Wattle irons are not expensive. They
are not easy to keep cleau. though, and
uuless thoroughly cleansed after each
baking your wutties will sutler.
When ready to use nave both sides
of the wattle irons hot and well
greased. For this purpose have a spe-
1 cial brush. One of ttie small brushes
sold for painting will do
Dip it in
melted suet and brush over the Irou.
Is moist yet firm In grafti U best.
When cutting the slloi's first butter
und then with a very sharp knife shave
off ns thinly as possible. Then the
'■costs should In* chipped off. If you
'■vatil lour sandwiches in ornamental
-M ■ ii'c a i-ake cutler or shape them
'virli a thin lilnded knife.
Judge Cleeton, of the County Court, has appeared in a new role.
For so long that “ the memory of man runneth not to the contrary,”
it has been the established custom for attorneys, in case of the death
of some foreigner whose estate they chance to represent, to make
their fees so large that the man’s heirs in Europe receive very poor
pickings after the lawyers were through. Jiulge Cleeton is to be com
mended for putting a stop to such unreasonable fees.
For Afternoon Teas.
W h e n s e rve d for iif te rn is in ten the
s n m livic lie * S h o u ld tie p r e tt ily arrang
ed on a dish with a doily beneath
Lamb Sandwiches —Nile sandwiches
are made thus: Mince cold iamb very
fine, moisten with a little cream, add
salt and some chopped watercress.
Spread on thin buttered slices of bread,
cut them into fancy shapes—hearts,
squares, oblongs, ovals, diamonds and
Afternoon Tea Sandwiches.—For aft
ernoon tea sandwiches sprinkle a little
minced fresh mint on the butter Just
before putting the sandwiches togeth
Putting on to Bake.
The easiest way to handle the bat er The mint is especially refreshing. |
ter is to pour it from a pitcher. When
M A R K E T I N G F R U I T IN OHIO .
j tiie batter has been spread on to the
The marketing cod Is Just as lmpor
I iron close it quickly and turn over.
The cakes should be baked until a tant a part of tlie fruit growing busi
ness as any step which precedes it
' golden brown.
When done place on a hot dish and and ts receiving much attention just
serve at once. Cold wattles are an now. In way of solving this problem
the plan that has been evolved by the
PER SPE C T IV E V IE W - FROM A PH O TO G RAPH .
Sweet Milk Waffles.—Take two eggs peach growers in the district adjacent
This large bungalow represents all and two ounces of melted butter. Beat to Port Clinton, O., ts interesting and
the space that would be contained in the yolks of the eggs to a stiff froth, may ¿ie of value to fruit growers else
a good sized two story house. An Im add melted butter, a pinch of salt, one where. Brieiiy, the plan referred to
mense living room in the center, three tea spoon fill of sugar and a larg«» cup Is a disposal of the fruit at auction
large chambers, all of which have fill of sweet milk. Add flour sifte«l Sales, which are held in the home
closets; bathroom is large and light with three teaspoonfuls baking pow markets. While two successful eo-op-
and well arranged.- Dining room and der. Lastly stir in the whites of the erative marketing companies had been I
lu optiration for about twenty years,
pggs beaten stiff
living room are opened together by
Cheap Waffles.—Take one egg, one the auction plan was not inaugurated
sliding doors. Dining room has built-
tablespnonful of sugar, one tablespoon until six years ago. At that time any
in china closet, opening Into kitchen.
ful of butter, one teaspoonful of salt, peach grower not a member of either
There is also a large bay projecting
two teaspoon fuls of baking powder, j company was likely to fall a victim to
on the side o f the «lining room, thus
making a very pleasant room of the two cupfuls of milk, two cupfuls of the coimnis.-i„:i men who often got
flour. Fart water and part milk may these growers to consign their fruit.
same. Kitchen has built-in cupboard,
Since the auction plan has become es
be used instead of all milk.
with entry in rear of same, with
tablished the buyers have been com
broom closet, refrigerator, etc., lead
pelled to buy outright. As fast as the
ing out on the porch. There can be
Spiced Waffles.—Take one and a half
three large chambers finished in the pints of flour, one-half teaspoonful of fruit ts picked It Is sorted Into three ,
third story if desired by the owner, salt, two tablespoonfuls of sugar, three grades and taken In baskets to the
auction station and sold to the highest |
but tills is not figured in at the price tablespoonfuls of butter, one and a !
bidder. Thereupon the grower Is giv
given. This In-use can be built, ex-
half teaspooufuls of baking powder. I en a slip stating the number of bushels
elusive of heating and plumbing, for
four eggs, one-half pint of thin cream, of each grade and the price of each
$f»,100. Slz<*. forty-seven feet wide and thirty-three feet deep over the main one teaspoonful eacii extract cinnamon
und next receives in exchange for this
part. There is a basement under the entire building; lirst story ceiling, ten and vanilla. Rub the butter and sugar
a check on the local bank. There is
feet high; second story to be made eight or eight and a half feet. The first to a white, light cream: add the eggs, no uncertainty about this plan, no de
story is finished throughout, except the chambers, in red oak, birch or Wash one at a time, beating three or four lays, no telegrams stating “ stuff not
ington fir. ( ’llambers are finished in birch or pine to enamel. The walls of minutes between each addition. Sift as represented" or anything of the
the kitchen and bathroom are blocked off in small blocks to represent tile four flour, salt and powder together, which kind. Now and then the grower re
feet six turbos high, painted with two coats o f flat white paint and finished add to the butter, etc., with the vanil ceives less under this plan than he
with two eoats of enamel, making a very serviceable and sanitary wall finish la, cinnamon and thin cream. Mix into would by consigning to reliable houses,
for these rooms.
a smooth batter as for griddleeakes. but he runs uo risk, and the money in
Upon receipt of $1 the publisher o f this puper will supply a copy o f Saxton's flave the waffle iron hot and carefully his pocket on the spot has a good
book of plans entitled “ American Dwellings.” The hook contains 240 new and greased. Four enough batter in to fill sound.
up to «late designs ot cottages, bungalows and residences costing from $1,000 the Iron two-tiiirds full; shut it up and
HOW TO E A T HONEY.
turn it over. When baked siit sugar
LTHOUGH the United States
over them and serve on a napkin.
' yields more honey than any other
country In the world and some
T H E JU IC Y SAUSAGE.
qualities that compare favorably with
N these days, when almost every the famed product of Mount Hymettus,
family has one of the little meat yet honey ts not so generally used for
or vegetable choppers. It Is possi food as it should be.
Design 3W , by Glenn L. Saxton. Architect. Minneapolis, M inn.
| ble to turn out your own sausage meat
Honey Is very nutritive. It supplies
; and to enjoy at moderate price a qual fuel for energy to the body owing to
ity such as can only be bought tn the the carbohydrates which it contains.
j best shops at the highest price.
One then ought to eat honey In winter.
To make sausage meat some of the The sweet element In honey consists
less expensive cuts of pork will do Just o f grape sugar largely.
ns well as the higher priced ones. Fat
Before sugar came tuto use honey
and lean must be mixed I d about the was used for all household sweeten
proportion of one part o f fat to two or ing purposes.
three of lean.
Honey has excellent medicinal prop
The seasoning of sausage Is largely erties, and persons who have weak
' a matter of taste. Some persons like chests or throats would do well to add
! onion Juice, others prefer sug»>. and it to their diet.
some folks like It with uo seusoutng
but salt and pepper. .
An Old Fashioned Recipe.
Grandmother's Sausage Meat.—Use
six pounds of lean fresh pork and three
' pounds o f fat. Take twelve teaspoon-
fills o f powdered sage, six teaspoon-
| fuls of black pepper, six teaspoonful*
of salt, two teaspoonfuls o f powdered
mace, two teaspoonfuls o f powdered
I cloves, one grated nutmeg. Mix the
i spices together and then add to ttie
pork. Run the meat and spices togeth
er through the chopper, mixing them
! so that the sausage will be well sea
soned. For keeping pack the ni»>nt In
a stone Jar and run over It a crust of
melted lard or wax
When ready to
cook form the sausage meat into small
cakes and fry In their own fat.
PER8PFCTTYE VIEW FROM A PH O TO G RAPH
Ily halving or quartering the quantl-
! ty of the Ingredients you enn make a
smaller amount of sausage meat
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Honey Caramels.—Pour half a pound
j of honey Into a saucepan. Add half a
pound of sugar, a tablespoonful of
cream und a dessertspoonful of cold
water. Mix and stir. After an hour
put on a moderate fire and cook, stir
ring until It Is stiff enough to pull.
Pour on buttered pans. When cool pull
and cut Into small pieces.
Honey Puff.—For this pudding take
three ounces o f honey, four ounces of
breadcrumbs, a small lemon, three
eggs, half a teaspoonful o f ginger, half
a cupful of milk, one ounce of butter
I and one tahlespoonful of cornstarch.
ElIlHT EMM'll I’ l,AN.
S F t'O M » FLOOR PI.AN.
Mix the honey and breadcrumbs tu a
llcr« It a lions« that has Iveon built a numlx'r of times, and every one who basin. Cook the starch for ten min
utes tn the milk und add It to the
has built after Ibis pinn Is pleased with the result.
This plan him a centra I hall, with stairway In the rear, combination up above. When well mixed add the rind
from the kitchen. Living room lu front connected with the hall by column of half a grated lemon, the ginger and
archway. 1’licrc Is a llbmry In the rear o f the llvlmt room, with large open the yolks of two eggs. Beat up the
fireplace. Fireplace worked out ao that It take« care of the kitchen heating mixture for some minutes, butter a
Plant, also fireplace, thus making a saving of |75 to $123 for an extra chim pudding dish and add the remainder
ney. The dining room 1« well nrnngiAt; lias built-in sideboard. t>e»med cell of butter to the mixture Whisk the
ing and the sides of watuaeotlng. This room Is connected with a kltohett by a I whites of eggs to a stiff froth and part
Itullt In cupboards In the pantry and built-in cupboards In ly fill the mold and steam from one
Roar entry, with «mall porch In rear
ttaleouy above same. and a half to one and three-quarters
This also lias grade door built In the rear There Is a splendid plaKza across of an hour. Serve hot with sauce or
the front and round the dining room side. Stvoml story contains four good [ sirup.
chamlsrs, bnl. nv both front ami roar, large closet space, linen closet and
good sized bail) l'hefe Is a full basement; first story, nine feet; second story,
eight feet six Inches. Sire o f house Is thirty-two feet wide and twenty-eight
fret deep over main part. First story finished In red oak or bits'h throughout;
second story pine to paint, with birch doors. Cost to build, exclusive o f heat
ing and plumbing. $3.:wn
S AN D W IC H ES .
HE making o f sandwiches ta an
art. So many persons are con
tent to call two thick slices of
buttered bread Interline«) with a slice
of bam. tongue, chicken, etc . n sand
Cpon receipt of $1 tbs publisher of ihls paper will supply a copy o f Saxton » | wlch that It seems some missionary
bock of plans entitled " America n,! »well I tigs." The book contains 24»' new and work reully ought to be done along this
up 'o itate designs of cottages, bungalows and retkteucos coating from $U*>' | line.
For the making of sandwiches spe
cial bread should be used. A kind that
do more than supply every demand; they
anticipate every demand of every user
of the writing machine.
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