food, attractiveness, nutrition, health, home economics department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
There is no breakfast dish that will start the boy and girl off to school in the morning or the grown folks to work, as well as a cereal cooked in milk and served with whole milk. The whole cereals are best. There are many cereals on the market, and they may be varied from time to time by the additions of different kinds of fruits such as dates, prunes, apples, etc., so there is no need of having the cereals become monotonous. Cooked breakfast cereals are not used as much as they should be
Dolve, Mary A., "The Most Inexpensive Foods Made Attractive" (1923). SDSU Extension Circulars. 174.