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These are less crisp than pastry cheese straws, but very tasty. Potato Puffs March 1927 4 c. hot mashed potato 1 tbsp. melted fat 2 tbsp. milk 1 tsp. salt � tsp. pepper yolks of 2 eggs whites of 2 eggs beaten stiff Mix all but the whites of the eggs in the order given; beat thoroughly, fold in the stiffly beaten whites, pile in a baking dish, and cook for 15 to 20 minutes (at 400°F) until the mixture puffs and is brown on the top. If you are tired of potatoes in the trite forms of fried, baked, or boiled, you will enjoy them in these new designs: Bacon Stuffed Potatoes Put 6 large potatoes in the oven, bake (at 350°F) until done, about 1 hour.
Then take out and roll slightly. Cut a slice from side and scoop out inside into a chopping bowl. Chop in small pieces and to this add 8 slices of bacon which have been previously fried and chopped fine. Add 2 tbsp. butter, and salt and pepper. Mix all together and put back in shells of potatoes. Lay in a pan and put in oven until thoroughly heated through—10 to 15 minutes. Buttered Potatoes Peel and slice as many potatoes as are desired, place in a kettle with boiling water to cover. Cook slowly for about 15 minutes until potatoes are soft but not mushy.
Milk Hoecake You perhaps know that hoecakes were first baked on shining hoes or polished shovels before the open fire by … old slave[s], and to this day it is my belief that an old antebellum … mammy can “beat the world” at cooking such appetizers. —The Farmer’s Wife 2 c. corn meal 1 scant tsp. baking soda 1 scant tsp. salt enough fresh clabber [raw milk that has soured and thickened—an old-fashioned farm product] or buttermilk to make a cakelike batter 1 or more eggs or a little bacon drippings may be added to make a richer mixture In a large bowl, mix all ingredients until just combined.