I am truly enjoying reading every scrap in this box of recipes. Today I will share excerpts from a magazine page clipped out. I have no idea of the age, except that it is pre-zip code (1962) The illustration looks to be Ward & June Cleaver-esque.
Cook's Corner appears to be a column in the American Family magazine. I wanted to share some of the fun helpful hints on the column.
Boil orange and lemon rinds in water for a short time and use the liquid in iced tea, lemonade, and fruit drinks. It costs nothing amd helps make a fine thirst quencher
Next time you make a single crust pie, try this with the left-over dough: Roll out flat; cover lightly with layer of crumbled cookies or cake; fikkiw wutg kayer of grated apple, sprinkling of raisins, a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, on teaspoon sugar, 1/4 of a grated lemon rind. !/3 cup chopped nuts may be added if desired. Roll up dough, pinching eacg end closed; pierce in several placed with a fork, and bake along with your pie. Delicious served as a dessert, or with that morning cup of coffee.
I put a lollipop in the center of each popcorn ball when I make them. It gives the ball a handle for easier eating and it's a nice surprise for the consumer.
For something different- a delightful flavoring is obtained by placing a geranium leaf in the bottom of a cake tain and pouring the cake batter over it.