The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1968 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

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Tuesday, February 6, 1968
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CHICKEN ON SUNDAY by Betty Stem Farm and Home Food Consultant Sunday, Monday or any day of the week,today's inexpensive chicken can make a delicious meal. Serve it with a flair for Sunday; try Chicken Crunch for an easy meal during the week. What a nice company meal chicken can be! With the low prices of today you can buy just breast meat and try Chicken Cordon Bleu for a really new way of serving chicken. So if you're used to having chicken only on Sunday it's time to change your habits. If a recipe calls for chicken stock or broth, you can dissolve a chicken bouillon cube or a teaspoon of chicken-flavored paste or crystals in % cup water. For a richer flavor anytime, add one or two bouillon cubes to a stewing chicken. This addition makes delicious gravy. CHICKEN FRICASSEE Stewing chicken (about 5 1 teaspoon monosodium pounds) glutamate 2 stalks celery, chopped Water 1 onion, chopped Salt and pepper 1 carrot, diced Wash a cut-up stewing chicken. Put in heavy pot, add celery, onion, carrot, monosodium glutamate and enough water to almost cover chicken. Cover pot tightly and simmer until chicken is tender, 2 to 3 hours. Skim off excess fat from broth and season with salt and pepper. Chicken pieces may be left "as is" or skinned and cut into bite-sized pieces. Thicken broth to suit your taste with a flour and water paste (not too thick, please!). Serve with New England Dumplings to 4-6. New England Dumplings ~ 1 egg, well beaten 2 tablespoons margarine, 'A teaspoon salt melted '/4 teaspoon nutmeg 60 premium saltine crackers Few grains pepper (about), finely rolled 1 cup milk, scalded (3 cups crumbs) Combine egg, salt, nutmeg, and pepper; stir in milk and margarine. Blend in cracker crumbs, using more or less crumbs, so that dough may be formed into small firm balls. Drop into boiling Chicken Fricassee, cover and simmer about 12 minutes. Yields 20 dumplings. We changed the name to protec the innocent We changed our name from NABISCO Sugar Honey Graham Crackers to HONEI MAID Graham Crackers so you'd have no trouble finding the grahams made with pure, golden honey and real graham flour. " - _^ « Wwm&H^m f ^^~*»L*~^I i_u__ - * y^^jJ IniJIffl HONEY MAID Graham Crackers are the very same light, wholesome and delicious NABISCO Sugar Honey Graham that you've loved for so long. Isn't it easier to remember the name HONEY MAID for the graham crackers made with pure honey?,,.By NABISCO, Look for this new package at your grocer's

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