Put two larger cans of chicken broth into large pot. Bring to boil. Remove mixture from freezer. Wet hands with cold water. Shape mixture into small balls (about one inch in diameter) and carefully drop into boiling chicken broth. Keep wetting hands as you continue to roll the balls. Reduce heat, partially cover pot and simmer for about 45 minutes. You should get about 12 matzah balls from this recipe.
Clare Dundon, Waukesha, sent a recipe and wrote: "The sandwich which Kathy Larson referenced to was listed on the Tastytown menu as the Whitehouse Sandwich. I don't recall from where the title originated."
Dorothy Mereen, Milwaukee, sent a copy of a menu from Gimbels that described the ingredients in a Junior Whitehouse Sandwich. It reads: "Sliced chicken, mushrooms on toast covered with Mornay sauce. Topped with a strip of bacon and a generous amount of Parmesan cheese - then broiled and served piping hot."
4. the walls of the white house gingerbread house get baked for eight hours at a very low temperature. this helps them get super duper sturdy and allows them to remain completely flat and not curvy. otherwise the humidity could make them warp.
5. susie, the white house pastry chef, has been there for 21 years and is a wizard of sugar! the bottom of the white house gingerbread houses are reinforced with a layer of melty sugar that hardens and looks like glass. and all of the trees around the house are also made of sugar. no green frosted ice cream cones in sight.