Small box of powdered milk
Largest box of Nestle's Quik
Lg. jar of Cremora or similar cream substitute
1 lb. box of confectioner's sugar
Using a very large pan or bowl, mix all together thoroughly. Store in an air-tight container and use generously to make delicious cocoa from hot water.
All human history attests
That happiness for man -the hungry sinner-
Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner!
15 lbs.tomatoes fully ripe, peeled and coarsely chopped
2 c. celery, chopped
3 lg. onions, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced or mashed
1 green pepper, chopped
1 bunch parsley, chopped
1/4 c. sugar
2 T. salt
3/4 tsp. black pepper
2 tsp. prepared horseradish
1/3 c. lemon juice
Several dashes Worchestershire sauce
Combine first six ingredients in stainless steel kettle and bring to boil over medium heat. Boil gently, stirring often, for about 20 minutes. In covered blender jar, whirl tomato mixture a little at a time until smooth. Press through wire strainer, discarding pulp. Stir in seasonings, taste, and adjust seasoning. Chill well before serving. To freeze, pour into freezer containers, leaving 1-2 inches expansion room, and freeze. Defrost in refrigerator and shake well before serving.
2 fifths light rum
1 pint lemon juice
1 pint strong tea
2 fifths water
3/4 c. sugar
Mix hot tea, lemon juice and sugar the day before serving. Chill. At serving time, combine tea mixture, rum and water. Pour over large block of ice. We often serve this at our Fall Potluck.
Makes 40 (4 oz.) cups.
Slices of toast, nicely browned, without a symptom of burning. Enough boiling water to cover them. Cover closely, and let them steep until cold. Strain the water, sweeten to taste, and put a piece of ice in each glassful.
One egg, one tablespoonful and one half glass of cold water, one glass of sherry, sugar and grated nutmeg to taste. Beat the egg, mixing with it a tablespoonful of cold water; make the wine and water hot, but not boiling; pour it on the egg, stirring all the time. Add sufficient lump-sugar to sweeten the mixture, and a little grated nutmeg; put all into a very clean saucepan, set it on a gentle fire, and stir the contents one way until they thicken, but do not allow them to boil. Serve in a glass with sippets of toasted bread or plain crisp biscuits. When the egg is not warmed, the mixture will be found easier of digestion, but it is not so pleasant a drink.
Break the bark into bits, pour boiling water over it, cover and let it infuse until cold. Sweeten, ice, and take for summer disorders, or add lemon juice and drink for a bad cold.