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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1973)
Fruit, feminism combine for orange pie
In 1873, Catherine Bcccher. teamina un with her famous
sister Harriet Beecher Stowe, produced a compendium of
knowledge called The Housekeeper's Manual.
It clearly was women's destiny to reform her fellow man.
The Women's Christian Temperance Union, affectionately
called the WCTU, was founded in 1874 and resolved not only
to kill John Barleycorn hut to bring back moral fiber into
America thiouyh a healthy diet.
by working 100 acres in Fresno, Cat. And two women had
, established a Women's Fruit Preserving Union in Pasadena.
These were but incidental remarks. The book's purpose was
to substitute fruit temptations for the more dangerous ones of
the bottle, and Poole succeeded admirably.
Some of her most intriguing recipes were those concerning
oranges, of which the following is my favorite. I have updated
the formula somewhat, but in essence it is Poole's own
Orange cream pie
14 cup hot water
1 cup sugar
5 Tbsp. cornstarch
A r.oukbuok was dedicated to "the women of the WCTU,
who with their noble leader, Frances Willard, are working for
the uplifting of humanity." The book, Fruits and How to Use
Them, was one of the best stressing wholesome cooking.
The author, Hester Poole, managed to combine fruit and
feminism in an interesting way.
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produced 6,000 boxes of raisins and 45 tons of dried apricots
Baked 9 in. pie shell
3 eggs, separated
1 cup fresh orange juice
3 tsp. lemon juice
Combine all ingredients except the eggs in the top of a
double boiler. Cook for 5 to 8 min. or until smooth. Beat egg
yolks slightly and dilute gradually with some of the hot
When eggs are well diluted and all danger of curdling past,
add them to the double boiler mix, then cook and stir for
about 5 min. Cull the custard, then pour into the pie shell.
Top with fresh or canned orange segments. If fresh, remove
Cover with a merinque made from the beaten enci whitps a
pinch of salt, and 6 Tbsp. sugar. Bake in a preheated 375
degree oven until lightly browned.
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space in some interim courses
is still available
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Raffle offers $300 prize
Offering a prize of a S300
deduction from second
semester tuition payments, the
Student Veterans Organization
(SVO) will hold a raffle Dec. 5
to raise funds for the Help
American Vietnam Veterans
through Education (HAVE)
The raffle is open to all
students, with tickets selling
for Si per person. Tickets will
be on sale now through Dec. 4.
Funds for the raffle are
provided by the Financial Aids
veterans, providing loans at 3
per cent interest for a
maximum of one year with no
consigner, according to Rich
Henderson, chairman of the
SVO hopes to make about
$2,500 from the raffle to
support the HAVE program,
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All those persons who have records or
money remaining with ASUN from the
old record store, please pick them up in
the ASUN office, 334 Union by
November 1. Any remaining after that
date will become property of ASUN.
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