By Susan Puckett
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Page 18 Sea-Green Jelly Squares 1 cup applesauce 1 cup granulated sugar 1 3-ounce package lime-flavored Jell-O Granulated sugar for dipping In a medium saucepan, combine applesauce, sugar, and Jell-O and bring to a boil, boiling gently for 2 minutes. Pour into a well-buttered 8 x 4 x 3-inch loaf pan. Chill until set. Cut into pieces with a sharp knife dipped in hot water. Dip each piece firmly in granulated sugar. Makes about a dozen pieces. Variations: Replace lime-flavored Jell-O with 1 package raspberry-, cherry-, or strawberry-flavored Jell-O.
They sent me home with an autographed church cookbook and some Christmas ornaments crocheted by one of the ladies. In Kalona I got to meet the county Pork Queen at the annual Iowa chop dinner put on by the local bank. In Des Moines I watched the eager anticipation of state fair contestants as a panel of judges put their cookie and candy specialties to the test. Throughout my travels Iowa citizens opened their homes, frequently offering me, a perfect stranger, overnight lodging. I stayed in farm-houses, country cottages, even a college fraternity house.
Toss with salad dressing of your choice. Page 14 Bernice Currier "By 1927, when Bernice moved with her children to Shenandoah, KMA had been on the air for twenty months. In March of that year, Earl asked Bernice to join the radio staff. Since she was a highly trained concert violinist, much of her early airtime was spent as a musician. As was true with most of the earliest performers, however, she served wherever she was needed. ' She narrated fashion shows (yes, on the radio), gave commercials and had a contest for prune recipes .
A Cook's Tour of Iowa (Bur Oak Book) by Susan Puckett