The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 8, 1976 · Page 62
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 62

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Page 6, Home for the Holidays Advertising Section Cinderella" Pudding In the following recipe for Bourbon sauce. " the liquor can be cooked along with the sugar and bar more butter to evaporate all the alcohol content so children can join the party . . . again a good reason to use 101-proof Wild Turkey whose flavor is rich enough to survive the heat. For adults, use the Bourbon cold as in the recipe. You'll get bread pudding suddenly transformed from plain to fancy. Kentucky Bourbon Sauce Cream 1 cup sugar and one bar butter and cook m double boiler until sugar is dissolved and mixture very hot. With electric mixer whip one eqg at high speed; add butter mixture to egg, beating rapidly to prevent curdling. Let cook, add 2Vj-oz. Wild Turkey. Pour over bread pudding. Cinderella Bread Pudding Soak I loaf stale, crusty bread in 1 quart milk, mix and crush well Add 3 eggs, 2 cups sugar. 2 tblsps. vanilla, 1 cup raisins. Butter inside of a medium-size mold, pour in bread mixture trying to keep raisins from bunching, bake until firm Unmold very carefully when completely cooled. Serves 8. While gourmet cookbooks and trepe pans accumulate in our kitchens, often the simple, homey dishes of the past are forgotten, only dragged out when the budget starts to pinch. Bread pudding is an example, especially since it can be tasteless, too dry or too gloppy. But with the right recipe it can also be delicious and very gala-looking when treated to a fancy mold. A lively Bourbon sauce puts 'spirit' into bread and pound cake desserts, especially when you use a Kentucky Bourbon of excellent quality such as Wild Turkey. The quality of spirits and wines you use in cooking should always be as good as what you drink so that the flavor will be pleasing. Holiday Party Fun, A Cooperative Party friends you want to have a communal party to celebrate the holidays. Explain that admission will be a contribution for the table. Encourage them to prepare their specialties, particularly those that have become a tradition in their families! Prepare to serve buffet style it's easier and makes clean-ups less cumbersome. Stock up on pretty Dixie Livingware paper plates and matching cups and bowls. Dixie's cheerful red and white design is a good choice that fits in well with the holiday spirit. Get ready to enjoy yourself. The work is minimal and the enjoyment great when every one gets together for a communal feast. Some people call it "pot luck," while others think of it as a gourmet feast. But. whatever you choose to call Jt. communal entertaining parties at which each guest brings a favorite culinary dish is taking the country by storm. You and your friends might want to try it this holiday season, too. If all of you join forces for the preparations, the holiday party can be bigger and better than ever. Here's how to go about it: Decide on your theme. Do you want to serve a complete meal or would you rather just have a variety of desserts and punches? Set the date and tell your bac" r sol JSlv Canadian' whisky ; I tm. THIS WHISM IS SIX YEARS 0U v " J .ntlV S 5DRAK 5C I'" - tejLa V-HaV- inmffol -'.o c.il. is"-'"'"" kgm, m .iwhm" .swsfc sua psori' itp Seagram's 0. The Classic Gift. The ttft Classic container, with a bottle of VO. inside, is vours at no extra cost A LOVELY BUFFET TABLE filled with delicious cakes, cookies and the traditional egg nog makes a beautiful centerpiece for your communal teast when enhanced bv Dixie s festive red and white plates and matching cups.

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