Any sauce may be made mousseline sauce by adding the whites of an egg, beaten stiff, to the sauce while hot.
For a could mousseline sauce add to any cold sauce one-quarter cup whipped cream.
This Pear Custard Pudding Recipe from the Great Depression works quite well with canned pears.
Ripe Pears Add Freshness to Any Meal
A prominent nutritionist who has made a special study of fall and winter pears says: "The pear add minerals ... especially alkaline ones; it provides bulk; it dilutes the caloric value of an otherwise too concentrated diet. Pears will contribute pectin and uronic acid necessary in overcoming abnormal conditions in the stomach and intestine and help to overcome toxins"
"Pears are adaptable to many food purposes. One never tires of them. They add freshness and zest to any meal!"
Did you know that RIPE pears have a gentle laxative effect upon the system?
For complete satisfaction ... be sure they are ripe.
Fresh pears are preferable but canned pear halves can be substituted in these salad recipes with satisfactory results.
The body of a green pear is hard or very firm. They are good for baking, cooking, stewing, canning, etc. , but not ready for eating fresh or using in salads. The color of a ripe pear usually turns from green to yellow. The body of a ripe pear is tender and yielding. When ripe, pears are best chilled before serving.
These simple rules will insure all your purchases of pears developing superlative eating quality. A rich, tender, deliciously flavored juicy pear - luscious for eating fresh out of hand, with a spoon, pear slicer, or fruit knife, or for making novel salads and for adding to fruit cups, is in itself a tasty treat when these directions are followed.
Pear Turnovers make a dainty, delicious pastry for your Ladies Tea.
Hood River, Oregon
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Meat had to be stretched in the 1930's as much or more than any other food. This recipe was apparently used for sandwiches in the lunches that Great-great-aunt Jess packed everyday for the miners.
There is so much said about nutrition, the necessity of
eating right for good mental and body functions. Most of us know we should be
eating more fruits and vegetables. Most of us know we should choose different
snacks. Do we depend too much on the school cafeteria for proper nutrition for
How in the world did they insure proper nutrition during the Great Depression?