This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Margaret B. Rutherford.
The dish is an aspic, much like Hungarian Kocsonya, but much, much easier to make.
Any broth which is left over should be strained clear & frozen in small containers. You can use it as an excellent soup base, or use it in any recipe calling for chicken broth.
Once these meatballs are made, they can be used in any recipe, or simply cover them with store-bought spaghetti sauce & serve with pasta.
This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Gladys (Blessing) Ney. She died in 2013 at the age of 84. OBITUARY: www.findagrave.com/memorial/113652191/gladys-ney
This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Shirley Dunkelberger. Per Legacy.com, she died in October, 2019, at the age of 83, still living in PEnnsylvania. Her obituary notes that she "enjoyed cooking & baking" as well as having been a girls' basketball coach for a brief period.
During Lent, we take turns preparing light meals for Friday suppers at the Church. These are super easy (they can be baked or fried) & went over well.
This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Mrs. Francis B. Mateer.
This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Mrs. Michael Lattin. (Intersting web tidbit about Mrs. Lettin: In March, 1971, she and her husband both took part in the Spring: Ablaze With Fashion show in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, to benefit the local volunteer fire department. )
This recipe, which is described as "fool proof" (sic), is not actually a spread; it is a condiment/salad.
The recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Helen Moorhead Reed. A little internet sleuthing indicates that Mrs. Reed died in 1978 at the age of 88. She is buried in the Old Graveyard in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by Mrs. T. Morton Boggs. (A little internet research indicates that her husband was a physician and that they were supporters of Canonsburg High School, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, in at least 1948 & 1955. In 1937 she became a founding member of the Ida Couch Beazell Auxiliary at Canonsburg's St. Thomas Episcopal Church.)