The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

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Thursday, February 12, 1959
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oven-ready in 15 minutes! Recipe on package A GOOD UK AND I'j YOUH IU.ST C.UAKANll'l RICE ROCKEFELLER 1 1 !& teaspoon celery salt 2 teaspoons grated or finely chopped onion teaspoon salt teaspoon cayenne pepper 14 cup melted butter Vi cup dry bread crumbs V4 '/a 3 A cup, uncooked white , ,.. rice , x . 1 teaspoon salt ,. 1% cups water , ;-••-._ 6 slices cooked bacon ,.pint oysters, drained (thaw if frozen); tablespoon lemon ' ' , juice 1 cup finely chopped . . spinach, cooked and - ,. salted ,- ' , METHOD: Put the rice, salt and I 1 /! cups water into a 2-quarf saucepan. Bring to a vigorous boil. Turn the heat down low. Cover with a lid. Simmer over this low heat 14 minutes. Remove the saucepan from the heat but leave the lid on 10 minutes. Spread ^the rice over a greased' shallow baking dish about 8" x 12" x 2". Pour on the U cup water. Crumble the bacon over the'rice. Top with oysters.''Sprinkle with lemon juice. Mix spinach, celery salt, onion, salt and cayenne pepper.- Spread over - oysters; Mix butter and bread crumbs. Sprinkle over spinach. Bake in a preheated 400° F. oven 15 minutes.. Serve immediately garnished with twisted lemon slices. This recipe makes 6 generous servings. QUIKUT Knives V4 Ib. cheese , V4 cup undiluted evaporated milk " , 3 A teaspoon salt Dash of pepper 6 eggs, separated Melt the cheese in the top of a double boiler. Add the milk gradually, stirring constantly until the sauce is smooth. Add the, seasonings.. Remove from heat, . Beat the egg yolks and slowly add the cheese sauce. .F,old"this mixture.into,the stiffly beaten egg whites, Pour jnto a well greased 9-irich skillet, or a shallow oven-proof casserole. Bake'in a very moderate oven, 325° ,"25 to 30 minutes. Cut into pie-shaped^wedges and serve, in special bags of Robin Hood Flour One VEGETABLE KNIFE in every 5 and TO-lb. bag One STEAK KNIFE in every 25-lb. bag Two STEAK KNIVES in every 50-lb. bag Now you can get high quality stainless steel Quikut knives free of extra cost, when you buy Robin Hood Flour! They are at your grocer's now, packed right in specially printed bags of Robin Hood Flour showing a picture of the knife enclosed.These are hollow-ground, razor sharp knives, with blades carefully wrapped for your protection. And remember—specially selected wheats give Robin^Hood Flour higher protein richness. Everything you bake — breads, cakes, pies, cookies — tastes better when you use Robin Hood. Take • advantage of this higher protein richness to give your family better baking and better, nutrition, too! Look for Robin Hood in the special bag at your grocer's now, and get your Quikut knife free of extra cost while the limited supply lasts. Hood. Flour

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