The Crisco Factory
Bright, fresh and clean as Crisco itself-this is the impression that come with a look inside the Crisco factory. It is a wholesome sight-the glass-walled, marble-floored, sunlit building, with its spotless appointments, and with employees-men and women alike-dressed all in white.
It is in surroundings like these that Crisco is made-untouched by hand-even the air which enters passes through water sprays to be purified. Everything suggests those qualities of Crisco which appeal to all who demand purity, digestibility and economy. There is no substitute for Crisco as a rich food fat for cooking.
Apple Muffin Recipe
They’ll fairly melt in your mouth. An economical winter treat when eggs are “sky high”.
1 cupful milk
3/4 cup water
2 tablespoonfuls melted Crisco
2 tablespoonfuls sugar
1 teaspoonful salt
2 cupfuls flour
3 teaspoonfuls baking powder
1 cup finely chopped apple
Separate egg and beat the yolk thoroughly. Add milk and water, then the melted Crisco. Sift together the dry ingredients and add to the liquid together with the chopped apple. Beat thoroughly, then fold in the well-beaten white of egg. Put in Criscoed muffin tin and bake in moderate oven for 30 minutes.
Next to the delight of personally visiting the Crisco factory-just read: The Story of Crisco (link below) included in a beautiful cloth bound book of 615 tested recipes by Marion Harris Neil-also a “Calendar Of Dinners”- a dinner menu for every day in the year. Sent to you for five two-cent stamps.