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Favorite Recipes of famous Amateur Chefs that go well with that famous flavor found only in Schlitz
The epicure prefers a beer that is neither sweet nor bitter. Schlitz achieve; the full tang and flavor of true beer without the bitter¬ness of the hops o:- the sweetness of the malt. Its fresh, clean after-taste make3. good food seem better.
RUBE GOLDBERG, cartoonist extraordinary, Creator of Boob McNutt, Mike and Ike and Lala Palooza, known for his screwy type of inventions showing how to accom¬plish simple things in complicated ways. Writes well, plays golf badly.
Corned Beef Hash
Chop lean corned beef ... mix with cut up boiled potatoes ... add chopped onions and plenty of butter and fry.
CAPTAIN ACHMED ABDULLAH, formerly British cavalry officer, polo player, dramatist and author of "The Grand Duke," "Tow," and screen versions ofsuch hits as "Lives of a Bengal Lancer," and "The Thief of Bagdad."
For two people boil five medium sized potatoes in the jacket, peel and slice for frying. In a pan heat a tablespoon of bacon grease and add three strips of bacon, chopped, and one medium sized onion, also chopped. After two minutes of frying, add the sliced potatoes. When the potatoes are turning to a good golden brown color pour over everything three whole beaten eggs. Let the eggs set and fry on one side, then turn this whole cake over and fry also on the other side to a good color. Season with salt and black pepper. FORD MADOX FORD,
one of the most distinguished living writers. His "The March of Literature," recently published, is considered unique among books of general literary history and criticism. Friend of Henry James and collaborator with Joseph Conrad.
Welsh Rarebit (Four Persons) I tablespoon butter; y2 pound old fashioned store, or English Cheddar cheese; Cayenne pepper (optional), mustard, *Worcestershire sauce, to taste; 2 cupful beer; toast (4 slices).
Melt butter in chafing dish or skillet over very slow flame. Or, preferably in bain marie: i.e. double sauce pan with water in lower portion. Add cheese grated or chopped or sliced very thin. When all is well melted add beer, stirring slowly. Before serving add what condiments you please, as above. Plunge slices of toast in melted mixture and turn till they are well impregnated. Some people prefer to pour rarebit on the toast, but the coldness of the toast tends to toughen the cheese.
featured comedy star of the musical hit, "I Married An Angel," and widely recognized as one of the finest amateur chefs in New York. Now in his fifth hit show on Broadway.
Pig's Knuckles in Lentils Soak lentils at least 4 hours. Plunge pig's knuckles into boiling water. Then scrub and rinse in cold water. In large pot, gather together: pig's knuckles, lentils, I carrot, I turnip and 2 leeks. Cover with water and simmer in covered pot until lentils and knuckles are tender. Remove knuckles and debone neatly. Rub lentils and vegetables through a sieve. Add some of broth to thickness desired. Add meat from the knuckles and serve in deep plates. Season with salt and black pepper.
BEN IRVIN BUTLER,
Executive Director of The Society of Amateur Chefs — famous group of gourmets and culinary "hobbyists." Its society boasts some of the foremost men of modern Literature, the Arts and the Theatre.
Roast Saddle of Pork with Prunes
When buying saddle of pork, ask butcher to leave the ribs a little longer than usual. Place saddle meat-side downward into a roast pan. Fill cavity well with prunes. Tie rib bones together as tightly as possible. Place roast into hot —500 degree — oven, placing pan beneath meat to catch drippings. In 20 minutes, reduce heat to 400 degrees. Continue roasting until meat is done (20 minutes per pound). Baste con¬stantly. Prepare gravy from drippings, thickening with potato starch. Serve with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes
widely read humorist, popular satirist of society; originator of the Goop books, nursery classics; author of "The Burgess Nonsense Book," "Two O'Clock Courage," best selling murder mystery, etc.
Baked Potato Skins, or McKeevers
Peel well scrubbed potatoes with little of the white, to avoid starch, into narrow strips . . . about two inches long. Butter and add "Seven Herb Sauce" and bake in a pan until crisp. Dust lightly with celery salt, before serving. Very good as healthful appe¬tizer with beer or with green salad.
creator of famous Patterson Girl, outstanding illus¬trator and designer, formerly of Holly¬wood's Paramount Studios, now employed on work for N. Y. World's Fair.
Rolled Cube Steaks
Buy a cube steak per person. On the cubed side put short strip of bacon, slice of dill pickle. Cut length¬wise and add sprinkle of chopped onion. Roll steak together and fas