By Susan Puckett
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In 1952, four years after coming to KMA, Adella became director of women's activities for the Georgie Porgie breakfast cereal company and her program was syndicated. "A list of Adella's favorite recipes would invariably include Soda Cracker Pie, Crystal Pickles and French Chocolate Silk Pie. A funny story was told recently about the Soda Cracker Pie. A radio listener gave a 1984 bride a copy of the recipe. The young woman read the ingredients of the recipe, laughingly declared it was a great joke to suggest she put soda crackers into a dessert, and threw the recipe away!
Add oil, water, and salt. Beat the mixture in the well, then mix all ingredients together until smooth. Place dough on floured surface and knead with heel of hand, giving it a quarter turn and folding it over with each push. Let rest, covered, 10 minutes. Knead again until the dough is smooth and elastic. Divide the dough into two balls and let them rest in a plastic bag about 30 minutes. Roll out according to above recipe. Makes enough pasta for 3 1/2 to 4 dozen ravioli.
Mom always made the soup with four or five diced and boiled potatoes, a large diced onion cooked with the potatoes, and a slice or two of bacon chopped into the boiling potatoes and onions. If we had colds she always added more onion! When the potatoes were tender she drained off the water and added milk, butter, salt, and pepper. Then it was heated and served quite hot. I still use this basic idea but add a cup of diced ham, thicken the broth with a little flour, and add 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese.