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Add flour, mixing until smooth . . Try this instead. Cornhusker Salad Break crisp lettuce into small pieces. Add sliced radishes, cucumbers, a quartered tomato, julienne-cut green pepper, celery, carrots, green onions and ham cut in medium-sized chunks. 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.
Steam water frequently had to be brought up from the mines for washing clothes. All the women strictly adhered to the old-country tradition of maintaining their domestic roles in the home as wives and mothers. Yet in many instances they brought in almost as much money as their husbands. Besides taking in boarders, they often sold dairy products or garden vegetables or performed services for other mining families. For a few extra dollars some would pick up chunks of coal that fell from the loading chute along the railroad tracks.
Stiffly beat the egg whites. Drizzle boiling hot syrup onto the egg whites while you continue to beat at a medium high speed. Flavor with vanilla or your favorite flavoring (I prefer vanilla and almond). For a lovely color, substitute maraschino cherry juice for water. Page 28 Italian Coal Miners When Mary Batteni Sertich was growing up in southern Iowa, having overnight guests rarely meant a visit from an out-of-town relative or friend of the family's. Rather, it meant she, her parents, and five siblings would have to squeeze into their squat four-room house a little tighter to make room for complete strangers, as many as four at a time.
A Cook's Tour of Iowa by Susan Puckett