The Madisons of Montpelier Chapter
Charter Number 412
Organized in Orange, VA, 23 Sep 2003
Anne Hoffman Winn (Mrs. John W.), Organizing President
Use Angel Food Cake Mix; so simple to make and much less expensive.
6 cups whipped topping
2 envelopes of knox type plain gelatin
4 tbsp. cold water
1 cup boiling water
1 #2 can (large) crushed pineapple undrained
1 c. sugar
1 1/3 c. shredded coconut
3 Tbsp. Lemon Juice
Soften gelatin in cold water.
Add cold water and mix well and until melted.
Add sugar, pineapple, lemon juice; stir well and let set until syrupy.
Fold 4 c. whipped topping and cake which has been cut into small
pieces into gelatin/pineapple mixture.
Pour into 12 X 9 pan and chill overnight in refrigerator.
Spread remaining 2 cups whipped topping on top and sprinkle coconut over.
4 cooked and drained squash
1 c sour cream
1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
1 large grated carrot
1 small diced onion
Salt & Pepper to taste
1 8oz. pkg. herb dressing mis
1/2 c melted margarine
Press 1/2 half of the dressing mixture into large sprayed casserole. Spoon mixture on top of dressing mixture. Sprinkle remaining dressing mixture over top. Bank at 350 for 20-25 minutes, or until squash in hot and browned, tenting, if necessary
Birthday Celebration of James Madison - Madison Cemetery, Montpelier
Members of The Madisons of Montpelier Chapter recently marked the graves of War of 1812 Veterans at the Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery in Crimora, Virginia on 4 November 2014. Veterans graves that were marked were: John Barger 1794 - 1845; Michael Coiner 1790 - 1864; Jacob Coyner 1789-1874; John Koiner 1792-1852; Philip Koiner 1776-1849; and Gabriel Stickley 1791-1856.
Prior to the marking, Nancy Sorrells gave a presentation on "Augusta County and the Forgotten War of 1812". American Legion Post 340 presented colors and played taps.
Left to right- Diane Bradshaw, Courtenay Stanley, Luvenia Rogers, Brenda Graves, Constance Paradiso and Pam Curtin. Courtenay was representing the Montpelier DAR chapter and Luvenia was representing the Albemarle DAR chapter. Not pictured is Sharon Steo.
Apple Dapple Cake
1 ½ cups oil
2 cups sugar
3 cups flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 ½ tsp soda
2 tsp. vanilla
3 cups apples, peeled and chopped
½ cup raisins
½ to 1cup nuts, your choice
Prepare tube pan by greasing with shorting and dusting with flour.
Set oven at 350 degrees.
Whisk or beat eggs until well mixed, add oil and mix.
Mix dry ingredients and stir in gradually, alternating with apples
Stir in vanilla, raisins and nuts.
Pour into pan: bake at 350 degrees 1 hour and 15 minutes or until cake pulls from sides of pan; (make sure cake is totally baked before removing from oven).
1/3 stick butter or margarine melted
Whisk in enough powdered sugar until desired consistency for glaze.
Add 2 tsp. vanilla
Recipe from Anne H. Winn’s mother; Birdine Moyers Hoffman
Copied 5 November 2013
Combine in large bowl:
1 large head about 1 ½ lbs broccoli
1/3 cup red or sweet onion or 5 spring onions chopped
6 slices bacon cooked, crumbled and reserved
Dressing: Mix together:
1 c. mayonnaise
2 Tbsp. vinegar
Pour over vegetables, combine and refrigerate at least 2-3 hours.
Before serving, add crumbled bacon and mix all together gently.
Meetings: Four times a year - 1st Saturday of March; 1st Tuesday of May; 3rd Saturday of September; 1st Tuesday of November.
The National Society
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