Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 14, 1976 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

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Delight Your Family With A Farmland Tender-eating Ham From Safeway... The Ham You Select Is Bound To Be Delicious As Well As A Striking Centerpiece For Your Easter Table. Happy Easter... and Good Eating! SKINLESS Shank I Portion I TURKEYS WEEKDAYS 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. •SUNDAYS 9 A.M.to 9 P.M. Safeway Ginned Hams Canned Hams S B$ $5 49 Curemaster Hams $g98 BONELESS ROAST or Boneless Top or Bottom Round, or Large End Standing Rib Roast Expertly Aged Beef Roasts USDA CHOICE Hormel Boneless ... Ib. 5-lb. . Can MpfltC Safeway Brand, Pickleloaf, 8-ozi lYIGilla Beef Bologna or Olive loaf . Pkt Canned Hams &L* a H4 29 Sliced Cervelot us* .'ft $ 1 29 Polish Sausage ssr ,, $1 ° 9 Boneless Hams FRANKS ,\. gy Greet for Breakfast *2 98 Chunk Bologna Chuck Steak Pork Roasts In Assorted Sizes of Packages Ib. ..,,. $044 I fimh Rnfictc stioii|ilerci "' ^lm LUIIIU lAUUala USDA Choice Grade * s '< / i, TT • w,^^ Mb. Package | • ^ »• ^WH»^*» f ^w -^^r HTT 8-oz. Package Pork Sausage SH,*- •> $ 1 49 Cornish Hens as E «,*l 39 Cooked Crab Dw ;r ess ., $ 1 29 Turkey Roast SSL ,„. 57 e GRADE A FRYERS TfettYour Whole, Ib. COTTAGE JEIL-O GELATIN DESSERT CRA For Salads; Desserts... So Many Ways To Serve And In Your Favorite Fruit Flavors 84k* flea,. 45' 3-oz. Package OLD ? MILWAUKEE PABST BLUE RIBBON 12 Pk. 12 Pk. GiOSfO URGE t ;< CREAM t* Creamy Flaw \< DOLE Mellow/ Sweet Bananas For Snacks, Or Enjoy Them On Breakfast Cereal Fresh Carrots sy!?.....2i 39c • mmwm^&mmy ^mmm^^mm ASPARA6US s : s Delicious Served In Cheese Sauce ^ Louisiana Yams Fresh Tomatoes Salad Lettuce Navel Oranges Graefruits atermelon .,„«» ssa . Crisp Celery ±r !% 29c Green Cabbage st, ........... J5c Slicing Cucumbers E , th 29c Sweet Corn SS? 6..88c r reSn DrOCCOIIcke«e sauce IbOVC Green Onions K 2.^, 29c Orange Drink !,:r! Si 89c Waldorf Dates SSS. !%79c © Copyriebt 1960, Safewiy Stores, Inc. ,: 29c 49c 29c 6i 99c 5, 88c 15c 4 to 6 Blooms GOT aura PlHEftPPLE SHADY BUTTER SALAD -.**• • - • or NuMade Brand Shop at Safeway... d And Hove A Happy Easter Quart MRS. WRIGHT'S BROWN N SERVE ROLLS Package of 12 Sales In Retail Quantities Only KNOW YOUR FOOD Safeway . . . Your Variety Headquarters Safeway Will Be Closed \ \ Will Be Closed \ { From Noon to 3 P.M. { { on Good Friday \ ALKA-SELTZER Compare Safeway's Low Price Package of 25 Assorted Scents 28-oz. Bottle REGULAR*! "VALUE... CONTROL TOP PANTY HOSE WITH COUPON BELOW Suatan or Coffee... in Lane, Medium or Small Sizes Pair VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON ^ SAFEWAY PANTYHOSE: SAFEWAY BRAND Limit one pair SaveoOc and one coupon """ ""* per family n . Good to 4-20-76 , Pdlf 99' HOW MUCH MEAT TO BUY? Learning to estimate the number of servings various cuts of meat will provide comes only from experience. ..but the learning does pay off! Pieces of a single cut of meat may vary in the amount of gristle, fat and bone they contain so the exact amount to buy often must be determined at the meat counter. This is one of the reasons it's important to buy meat at a store that close-trims its meats. You'll get more meat and less waste for your money. Here are some guidelines that can help you estimate: If average amounts of waste are assumed and 3 ounces of cooked lean meat is counted as one serving, a pound of meat will provide— 3 to 4 servings of cuts with little or no fot or bone: flank steak, boneless loin steaks, ground meat, round steak, lean stew meat, boned roast with little fat, liver, center cut of ham, veal cutlets, fish steaks and fillets. 2 to 3 servings of cuts with a medium amount of bone: most roasts, some chops and steaks, ham, poultry, dressed fish. 1 to 2 servings of cuts with much bone, gristle or fat: lamb, pork, or veal rib chops, plate and breast of lamb or veal, spareribs, shank, short ribs, chicken wings and backs. You may want to serve more than 3 ounces or less than that amount depending on how much each person wants or the size of pieces, such as chicken parts, chops or steaks. Source of material: University of California Extension; USDA Home and Garden Bulletin No. 183

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