Poor Man's Stroganoff: “We had a cook there that had worked at Frederick & Nelson’s lunch counter in Bellevue. She brought that recipe with her,” recalls Mabel. “We sampled it with our regulars and they liked it so much it became our specialty. People came all the way from Bellevue just to have that dish.” Mabel kept it going until 1962 when a developer, expecting business to boom during the Seattle World’s Fair, bought the cafe.
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On Sundays, Clara's family would eat a "Depression breakfast," which included sugar cookies and coffee. To make the cookies, beat three eggs in a bowl and mix them with three-fourths cup of sugar. Add about one and a half cups of flour and mix well until you can't see the flour anymore. Then, add a pinch of salt. Next, sprinkle some flour on a cutting board, roll the flour on the board and cut them up. Put them on a an ungreased pan to place in the oven. Cook on 350 degrees until brown.