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ponds with ducks, fruit trees, wheat fields, and many work- ers, the kitchen was stocked with home-made true, farm- to-table fare. Seems the home- made “cottage style” and “cream” cheeses were great fa- vorites to incorporate in bak- ing strudels and other baked treats. Sometimes they chose a

Cheese Filling for the “Little Baskets.” Tat would be pre- pared as follows: Using about 6 oz of cream cheese, mix with ½ cup of granulated sugar, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and 1 tblspn of grated lemon rind.

Pretty platters would

have half Chocolate Nut and half Cheese fillings. Always the big hit of every

holiday gathering was an irre- sistible HUSZAR TORTA, a favorite Viennese Torte/Cake. 2 ½ cups of siſted flour; 1 ½ teaspoons double-acting bak- ing powder; ½ tspn baking soda; ¾ cup unsalted butter; 1 cup granulated sugar; 3 eggs; ½ cup currant jelly; ½ tspn Cinnamon; ½ tspn nutmeg; 1/8th tspn ground cloves; 1 (or more) squares of unsweetened dark chocolate, finely grated; ¾ cup sour cream; ¼ cup fine cherry liqueur or crème de ca- cao; 1 cup heavy sweet cream. 1. Siſt together flour, baking powder, baking soda. Grease a 9 inch tube pan. Set oven to 350 degrees. Use mixer to blend, at medium, butter, sugar, then one egg at a time for the 3 eggs. Mix until “fluffy.”

2. Use fork to “beat” currant jelly in a cup before adding to butter mixture followed by adding cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and grated chocolate. 3. Next add, alternately, the sour cream mixture and flour, until all is blended. 4. Add to the lightly greased tube pan.

Bake about 50 to

60 minutes. Use cake tester to be sure tester comes out clean. Cool at least 10 minutes before turning out on rack to com- plete cooling. 5. About a half hour before serving whip the 1 cup of sweet cream until very stiff. 6. Carefully cut the cake in half cross-wise.

Sprinkle the

cut sides with your choice of cherry liqueur or crème de ca- cao. 7. Spread part of whipped cream between the layers. Use the remaining cream to spread and garnish the whole top. Pretty on a platter with can- died flowers. 8. Yield: about 16 servings. November is our month to say thanks to all our family, friends, neighbors, new acquaintances we hope will remain friends, and to each and all of the won- derfully hard-working folks who generously help us in our everyday lives. You each are what

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Stay well and safe, one and all. See you at the First Annual Holiday Market! ~~Ellie

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