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Catholic Recipe: Winter Sports Party for Young People

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Young people from 14 to 18 don't need to be catered to — they can become very efficient cooks if left to their own devices. They have their own ideas as to what to serve. Once it was hamburgers, then pizzas, now pancakes. What next?

If they need a good recipe, give them one — then hands off. But it must be clearly understood that clean-up as well as cooking is part of the agreement and that your kitchen must be returned to you in shining order at the party's end.

After an afternoon or evening of skating or tobogganing, appetites are sharp and demanding. A big bowl of Cereal Snacks (see recipe) and mugs of Tomato Eggnog or Glogg — American style (see recipes) will take the edge off without spoiling a later meal.

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Cereal Snacks (see recipe) Tomato Eggnog (see recipe) American Style Glogg (see recipe)

Recipe Source: Cook's Blessings, The by Demetria Taylor, Random House, New York, 1965
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