Something to do with the pimientoes that came in Mr. Giannini's olives...
Mash a pimiento cream cheese, moisten with cream and force through a pastry bag and tup on unsweetened wafer crackers. If a pimiento cream cheese is not obtainable add one tablespoon finely chopped canned pimiento and a few grains of salt to one large cream cheese.
To be eaten with the correct fork, of course, at Mrs. Mellon's home.
Clean one pint of oysters and drain off all the liquor possible. Put oysters in chafing dish or omelet pan on very low fire and as liquor flows from oysters, remove with a spoon and so continue until oysters are plump. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and add two tablespoons of butter. Serve with oyster crackers.
For entertaining at Mrs. Mellon's home post December 7, 1941.
To be spread on toast or crackers.
Scoop out centers of 2-inch lengths of cucumbers and fill with mixture of the following:
1 cup flaked fish
Chill and serve garnished with ripe olives.
6 slices bread
Cut 2-inch rounds from bread and toast lightly on one side. Spread with butter on untoasted side. Mix cheese, baking powder, salt and beaten egg yolk; fold in stiffly beaten egg white. Spread thickly over buttered side of bread and place close together on cookie sheet. Place under preheated boiler until puffed and light brown. Makes 6 puffs.