The audio is mostly good, except for a rough spot during Mary Lee’s recipe.
Jim thinks this country would be better off if it weren’t so sentimental over holidays. But what holiday might be happening today? Sally’s hints aren’t getting through to Jim, and her typically sunny disposition has a dark cloud shading it.
friends drop-in and Sally is reluctant to admit there’s anything wrong. She tries to defend Jim’s attitude toward things like birthdays. Shouldn’t she expect a little fun and attention on her special day? even the crotchety landlady thinks its a shame that Sally isn’t having anything special done for her. If only Jim would remember her birthday before the day is done.
Jim works late, and at 7 O’clock Sally is alone. She gets a treat from her neighbors. That lifts her spirits. Just how far should she go in defending her forgetful husband? Will he be walking into a fight once he walks through the door? Jim shows he really didn’t forget with a special gift of his own.
Audio gets poor during the Recipe of the Week.
Danish Fruit Pudding
1 envelope Unflavored gelatin
2/3c. Prune juice
1/3 c canned fruit cocktail juice
2/3c cooked, cut up prunes
1/3c canned fruit cocktail
1/3c pet milk
1Tbs lemon juice
Soften unflavored gelatin in the water. Heat to boiling the prune juice, fruit cocktail juice, sugar, and salt. Stir in gelatin, prunes. Add fruit cocktail. Chill until slightly thicker than unbeaten egg whites. Whip chilled pet milk until fluffy. Add lemon juice, and whip until stiff. Fold whipped milk into the gelatin mixture. Pour into quart mold, rinsed with cold water, and chill.
Variation: Use crushed pineapple instead of a fruit cocktail.
Recipe for Happiness.
Keep your face toward the sunshine, and the shadows will fall behind you.