■-.Jb This is how they look when you give them PRINCE OF SAVOURIES Made by Una Carter's Champion Recipe HEN you want to make something to please a man there are few things so sure as a really good savoury. Now good savoury recipes aren t easy to get, but you 11 find two first-rate ones in Miss Una Carter s recipe series now being packed with Champion Flour. First, there's Prince of Savouries, one of which the young man above is finding so very enjoyable. This has the advantage of being quite out of the ordinary to look at as well as to taste, and yet very simple to make. Second, there's Sardine Savouries which you can make with ingredients to be found in almost every kitchen § Remember, though, that pastry for 3 simply must be light as a leather and that always using " Champion " Flour. It conNONE of the heavy particles which make [ght in inferior flour and produce sad disppointments on baking day. Ask for 44 Champion " Flour and buy it in its own branded bag. Two Una Carter Recipes in Every Bag E.S./N.R.M.C.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXII, Issue 22196, 24 August 1935, Supplement
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXII, Issue 22196, 24 August 1935, Supplement
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