Was there a sale on quotation marks?
in the Oct. 17, 1973 edition of The Portsmouth (Ohio) Times. It helps explain the technique a bit more clearly, but the basic idea is this: in the baking dish, melt the margarine; then pour the batter in; then the fruit over the batter; and then bake.
“Granite pan” probably refers to the speckled porcelain enamel finish that goes on steel or aluminum pans to grant them some non-stick qualities. I remember seeing granite roasting pans in my mother’s kitchen.
From the box of L.S. from Joplin, Missouri.
“Ten Minute Pie”
Melt: 1/3 to 1/2 stick of oleo in baking dish or granite pan.
“Mix 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp. baking powder, 2/3 cup milk.”
Pour over oleo. “Do not mix.” Then over this pour 303 can of peaches or cherry or any other fruit you like. Bake in 350 deg. oven for near 1 hour.
Mar. 12, ’71