I had a 103 year old patient, Lona Folette, Decatur, AL. She made a lot of Kitchen hand drying towels. She would cut a towel into 2 parts and crochet the ends with a flap and button. You could then hang it on a drawer in your kitchen.She sold these for 5.00 each. She is so alert and keeps her hands busy. Her birthday is February 16 and she will be 103. She lives in an assisted living facility but she is so enjoyable to spend time with. She gave me this recipe and it takes awhile to beat all the eggs but it is so delicious. How wonderful to get to know these real "salt of the earth" type people. She told me about picking gallons of black berries to sell. Each summer she and her husband would can 500 quarts of food. That was when you grew in the summer what you ate in the winter. You killed hogs in the winter and had a smoke house to cure the meat..Awe..those good old days !