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ENctOY EITECTRIC COOKING
AT ITS DEITICIOUS BEST
with the Westinghouse Automeal
Please don't look upon the Automeal as something to be used only on rare
occasions. It's a practical, everyday cooking device. . . keep it conveniently
placed on a table or cabinet, ready for use at all times. The more you use
it, the n-rore satisfaction and value it will give you. It cooks an entire meal
at one time, automatically-hence the name "Automeal."
Probably the greatest joy will be that of preparing complete, delicious
meals in a cool, clean kitchen-with hours of freedom for other things you've
been wanting to do. But do not miss the delight and pleasure it offers for
entertaining-for buffet suppers, midnight snacks, porch parties, and for
carrying hot meals along on picnics.
Last, but not least:you'll find the Automeal a real money saver. Due to
the continual self-basting action of the aluminum lid, meats preserve all
their rich, natural juices and full flavor-become thoroughly done without
drying out, Shrinkage is reduced to a minimum, and even the inexpensive
cuts become deliciously tender, So you save money two ways-enough to
make the Automeal practically pay for itself.
In the following pages, we have tried to tell you how to get the most use
and cooking enjoyment from your Westinghouse Automeal-and to suggest
many ways to please your family and delight your guests.
Mrs. Julia Kiene, Director
Ilorne Econornics Department
Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg, Co.
COOKS COMPITETE DEITICIOUS MEAIJS
a1l
at one time!
You'll save time, work and money by
preparing a complete meal in one operation with the Automeal. Just put your
meat, potatoes, vegetable and hot dessert in the Automeal
and set the
automatic heat control dial. No rvatching, no worrying, until your entire meal
is done to perfection, ready to serve.
Dinner l'or Eieht-Or More
It
uses
little more current than a modern
electric iron.
For roasting, it's the last rvord. Turkey, chicken, ham, beef, lamb, pork or
other meats all preserve their rich
flavor and natural juices. No "drying
out"-thanks to the self -basting lid.
Roasts Perfectly-Saves Money
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Rolls, bread, pies, cakes, cookies, biscuits . . . all bake perfectly in the Automeal. Accurate, automatic heat control
assures uniform results-no guessing.
Keeps the kitchen cool, saves heating
up a large oven.
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Bakes Perfectly-Cool, Clean
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Take
It on
Picnics
What's more delicious than a piping
hot meal out of doors? Prepare a delicious baked ham or roast chicken din-
ner in the Automeal, carry it right along
with you in the car, and enjoy it at your
favorite picnic spot-a treat de luxe.
Planning a church supper, or enter-
taining a large group for
luncheon?
Large quantities of food are easily cooked
Cooks For Large Groups
in the Automeal bakecl beans for thirty,
for instance. And you can serve right
from the Automeal-another timesaving
feature.
Canning fruit is another practical,
moneysaving use
for the Automeal. It
easily holds tu.elve pint jars of fruit
and the automatic heat control insures
perfect results.
Ideal for Canning
IIT's popuIrAR FoR BUFFET supPERs!
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. AND WITH THE BROILER-GRID
Tempting Broiler Meals
"M-m-m."
Delicious Broiled Steaks
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ned ltggs, Hae, PoBtoes
. what a treat for hungrY
husbands and healthy youngsters. Big
juicy, tender steaks broiled to a turn,
and surrounded with plenty of mush'
rooms. If they tire of steaks, which they
seldom do, you can tempt them equally
well with broiled chops, ham or fish.
The Westinghouse Broiler-Grid broils
them all to mouth-watering perfection.
You can have a complete, delicious
broiler meal in twenty to thirty minutes,
using precooked vegetables or fruits.
And for those breakfast appetitesgolden brown griddle cakes with crisp
sausages, or a whole gridful of sizzling
bacon and fried eggs. The Broiler-Grid
gives fast, even frying-provides ample
cooking surface for six eggs or six griddle
cakes at one time,
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The Broiler-Grid can help with your party
or luncheon, too. You can prepare a whole
trayful of tempting tidbits .
cocktail sausages, olives wrapped in bacon strips, antl
other dainties. Or if you want to get right
down to good old-fashioned food, the Broiler-
Makes Tasty Appetizers
Grid rvill turn out plenty of grilled hamburgers
and toasted buns for the whole party.
For breakfast or luncheon, you can toast six
slices of bread or six sandwiches at one time
with the Broiler-Grid. In other words, it's
a mighty useful cooking servant to have around
noon or night.
-morning,
Torsts Ilread.
Sandw'icires
I"NING ON THOSE BREAKFAST APPETITES!
HOW TO USE
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the signal light will qlow indicatine
the current is on, and the lighT
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rvill remain on until the Automial
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AUTOMEAI,
1. Attach the cord to tl.re terninals
at the end of the Automeal, and connect to any rvall outlet. Never connecl to a ceiling light socket.
reaches the correct temperature.
q. When light shuts off, place food
in the Automeal. The light will flash
on and off at interval.- du.ing ihe
cooking period, as the curre-nt is
turned on and off to maintain proper
temperature.
+. When thr-ough cooking, turn the
heat control dial to "off" position.
NOTtr; The heat control dial of the
Automeal has been so designed that
the same _ tenperature setiings recomnrended for your range recipes can
be made on thii dial.
CAUTIO--N: In shipping, a prorective cardboard packing sirip is-placed
betwee,n the large inset pan arid the
rvell of the Auromeal. BE SURE to
remove this before using the Auto-
2. Now set the heat control dial to
the correct temperatul-e given in the
cn.l(ing instructions. Inrmetliately
meal.
INDtrX AND CON,IPLETE COOKING CHARTS AT BACK OF BOOK
SEE FOOD COOKING WITHOUT ITIFTING IJID
The nerv "LOOK-IN LID" is an
exclusive
Westinghouse feature.
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heat-proof glass panel in top
of aluminum lid mal<csfood plainly
visible while it's cooking. Thii
it unnecessary to rerirove lid
to "peek"_at food, ttrrt *asiing
heat and lettinq valuable flavorl
makes
To remove slass for
clealing, loosin screw
and turn catch until
glass lifts out.
laden moisturg eicape. Class panel
easily removable for cteaning (see
cut).
The aluminurn lid itself has no air
spage to collect food particles or
moisture, and is easily Cleaned.
USE "ITID-HOIJDER" WHEN I.,ID IS REMOVED
When inserting or removing dishes,
and lid is taken off, it is easily and
conveniently supported by the new
LID-FIOLDER. Just hook
Above-lid supported
in horizontal Dosrtion
Right-wire holder
attached to each
Automeal handle.
the
edge of the lid under the wire
holder attached to handles at each
end of Automeal. It will be held
firmly in place in either sid.ewise or
lengthzuise position, until ready to
replace on top of Automeal.
tIF YOU IHAVE THE OVENWARE DISH SET
Ir..= ctk,rful ovenlvare dishes
are
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serving,
=uitable for cooking,
:.::i:erator storage. Care must
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: -..<:n not to set these dishes
-. :: :;.r c,pen flane. Do not place
, ,:.;-.e. in a rvet sink, against cold
: handle rvith a *'et towel.
- :,lace cold food in a hot dish.
Lrre same as
ashed the
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:.: : ,king utensil.
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any
IF YOU HAVE THE GIIASBAKE DISH SET
- ::: .i: r,f oven glass dishes mal<es it
: -- . t r Prepare meat, twO vegc: -. :nJ a tlesserl in amPle qualr: : : i serving 8 people. Care must be
:.1: . ptet:eni sudden cooling u[
- . .'. hile hor. NEVEI{ use these
. , - .. ,'t". an open flan're, or hanclle
- ::.hes rvith a rvet torvel. NEVEI{
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sink or against cold mctal.
R place colcl f ood in a hot
. -\irrals adcl boiling rvater to
- rhat has been seared,
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YOU CAN AIJSO USE STANDARD UTENSII,S
-i ,;- ugh the ovenware and Glasbake
-:..re. illustrated on this page are de.::::=j to use all available sPace, the
.-- .n:ular shaPe of the Automeal
....',les ]'ou to use stanclarcl cooking
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desired. Use an uncovered
:.,:. : -: meat and covered Pans for the
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Standard pie pans and
l.<'.' -heets maY also be used.
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HOW TO INSERT AND REMOVE DISHES
-: - :i.ridv rvire rack with the cross
' - , ..i enables You to quickly and
- : .:.rt or l-emovc dishes f rom the
r' I --:'.:a1. It also serves as a baking
-- - =-. The rack should be used rvhen- '. =-' .e or more dishes
... t.e'd lor cooking.
. ..:=iLr lol'eredinto
::,f lr -meel b1'grasP-
,:-: ::-: end cross bars.
'.1. :.-r croking is com-
- -:e:. nlerel-v lift out
::-: :eck and Place it
:: :..' i.e on -\utomeal'
Above-how dishes are lowered into
Automeal.
Left-proper
crosswise position of
rack for loading or unloading dishes.
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HOW TO USE AND REMOVE THE INSET PAN
This inset pan should be in the Automeal for all preheating and cooking,
except when roasting a large turkey.
(See turkey recipe). Recessing prevents
grease and moisture from lid from running down outside the Automeal. To
remove inset pan for cleaning, place
fingers under extended portion of rim,
and pull upward. It may then be taken
Right-rounded
to the sink and washed the same
any other kitchen utensil.
cor-
as
ners make cleaning easy.
WHERE TO ATTACH AND USE YOUR AUTOMEAIJ
Attach the cord to the terminals at end
of the Automeal, and connect to any
wall outlet. NEVER CONNECT TO
A CEILING LIGHT SOCKtrT.
We suggest you provide some table or
cabinet on which your Automeal can be
left connected ready for use at all times.
The table pictured with the Automeal
(left) is a very practical one, and may
be obtained from your dealer. The
two shelves are convenient for storing
the broiler and dishes.
Although you will probably use the
Automeal most frequently in the kitchen, it is easily portable, so clo not miss
the delight and pleasure it offers for
entertaining-buffet dinners, midnight
snacks, porch parties and Sunday night
suppers. And for picnics, food will keep
hot for several hours if the Automeal
is wrapped in a blanket or other heavy
covering.
HOw TO SET ADiIUST.O.MATIC HEAT CONTROIJ
Turn dial until the desired
cooking
temperature is directly opposite the
pointer and the light glows through it
(Figure 1). When the light flashes out
indication that the exact
temperature is reached. THIS LIGHT
it is an
FLASHES OFF AND ON INTERMITTENTLY THROUGHOUT THE
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COOKING PERIOD. Current is being
used only when the light is on. When
through cooking, turn dial to "off"
position. (Figure 2)' This makes it
unnecessary to disconnect cord.
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Figure 2
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