SCHMIER KASE OLIVE BARKS(Medical Lore And Invalids Food.) - (Recipes Tried And True)
One gallon of sour milk; scald until crumbly; let drip until whey is
separated from curd; mash fine; salt to suit the taste; add one pint
of rich sour cream; stir till all is thoroughly mixed together.
The old reliable milliner--Jennie Thomas, 121 S. Main.
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