The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 9, 1976 · Page 110
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 110

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, December 9, 1976
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ArJPERSOfj'S . . . Where You Find QUALITY & SAVIUGSI! FN18-Palm Beach Post and Times, Thursday, December 9, 1976 Cookbook Crop s A Varied Lot FRESH UAH C?iO GROUND GHUGIU. pkc5295 BONELESS PORK ROAST u LB. LEAN CUT CHUCK ROAST PORK STEAKS $ REG. - SMALL PORK RIDS LEAN MEATY nW BEEF SHORT RIDS X CENTER CUT CHUCK STEAKS 8 LOIN END ROAST 5 11 09 U LB. 5 TI 49 U LB. '. PORK LOIN SLICED IHTO CHOPS BONELESS DEEP STEW $ fl 09 U LB. "Egg Cookery" by Lou Seibert (Pappas 101 Productions, paperback $4.95) is by a practiced hand. The author is a home economist who was on Sunset a West Coast magazine that has always had an interesting cookery department and is a cooking teacher. Along with egg-rich recipes for omelets, souffles, quiches, crepes and breads, "Egg Cookery" has ones for hors d'oeuvre, soups, salads, vegetables, torten, cakes and cookies. These delicious offerings are for from-scratch cooks. "The Captain's Cookbook" by Walter Kaprelian (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, $9.95) is a surprise both in its appearance and the source from which its recipes come. Kaprelian, an art director who is a charter boat captain in his spare time, provides a calligraphic text and his line drawings appear on every page, illustrating each step in cooking the dishes. Eight of the recipes are Kaprelian's, the rest come from "charter boat captains and private captains and mates from all coasts of the United States, the Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and Jamaica." There's a photograph and brief description of each of these men. The contributors (or Kaprelian?) have been exact in giving recipe directions for their specialties. "The Unabridged Vegetable Cookbook" by Nika Hazelton (Evans, $14.95) is an extremely readable and usable work on fresh vegetables such an important category of food from the viewpoint of health and zest. This book treats "their history, nutrition, and ways of keeping and preparing them" and includes all the everyday and exotic vegetables and plants botanically classified as fruit but eaten as vegetables available in the United States. Its delightful recipes should enrich a cook's By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor This year food writers have delved into some of our chief categories of food: bread, cheese, eggs, seafood and vegetables. If some of your friends love to cook and enjoy specializing or want to bone up on main fare, the following new cookbooks are perfect to put under the Christmas tree as gifts for them. "Good Bread" by Barbara Joan Hansen (Macmillan, $9.75) is refreshing because the author enjoys her subject and a cook who uses her book is likely to share her pleasure. In her zeal to revive the fine art of baking with yeast, she has gone back to the old-fashioned "sponge method" of making bread: she votes it an easy and efficient way to produce a loaf "that is especially light and fine in texture." Other bread-stuffs are not neglected: there are such recipes as one for the French toast that was served in the Union Pacific and Santa Fe dining cars, for the Bunuelos de Molde of Mexico and for the steamed brown bread of New England. Such ethnic yeast breads as German Stollen, Norwegian Yulekage and a Polish sweet bread with a walnut filling are also here. "The World of Cheese". by Evan Jones (Knopf, $12.50) is designed to satisfy Americans' new-found interest in this marvelous food. The author pursues his subject so thoroughly and delightfully that a cheese-lover should find it the wisest of guides. Besides the splendid information and lore the book offers about the vast variety of cheeses in this world, there are other practical aids how to make cheese, where to buy it via mail order, tips on serving and dozens of worthwhile recipes that range from soups to ECONOMY BSAHD , SLICED DACOtl . 59 COUNTRY STYLE RIDS $ 19 U LB. SUNNYLAND WHOLE SMOKED I? inW PORK SHOULDER PICI0 ip&P 6 0Z. PKGS. He1 fnW $ BEEF SMOKED I REG. or THICK avvvwyVVWA iywvvVvVvVV SAUSAGE BOLOGNA llSS Like It used to bel No Pro-Packaged Fresh Meat at Ed Anderson's Old Fashioned Meat Markets. 3921-lOth Ave., rli drttz Ars' A 5083 Lake Worth Rd-North llMlW & LAKE WORTH LAKE WORTH All Al ITV HRATC 964-0611 0A7 HAQO WUHEll I I IVllSH I J All PRICES EFFECTIVE 7U 'UtO THURS., DEC. Mi THRU Open Monday thru Saturday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M Closed Sunday WED D" ,srtl s w 4k 1 W3!lnl 5 Mrs n U n InnECSnl Now you can slice n MIIUU I, Mr. fit' (iroci-r: Am'iit International, Inc. I will nilwm this coupon for 10? plua 5 for liamllinK if you m-uive and handle it more m strictly in accordance with the terms of i tins offer and if, iiwn request, you sule mit evidence thereof alisfuctory Ui : tender ! Accent International. Inc. Ootinon may I not be assigned or transferred. Customer i must pay any sales tax. Void where pro- nibilen, taxed or resumed oy law. iiorxi only in U.S.A., its territories anil pos- ; sessions. Cash value l20c For redemp- s tion of properly received and handled juicy steak. coupon, mail to: Accent international, Inc., Iiox 1313, Clinton, IA 52734 : n i oupon expires iviarcn ol. i Ji i. I FROM THE ACCENT til i i nt dk'i i inliii tri v f tf 11 r intuit bAUAAtbK i wfi i-r. - U An 8-oz. jar of Taster's Choice" Freeze-Dried Coffee makes 120 (6-oz.) cups of coffee. That's as much coffee as you'd get from two pounds of ground roast (following recommended serving directions of the leading national brands). And since you make Taster's Choice by the cup, you never end up throwing half a pot down the drain. So the next time you're comparing who gives you what for your money, remember: It's not how much it costs a pound. It's how little it costs a cup. (And looking at it that way, 50 cents off is a lot of cups on us.) 1 Ik-.. ! jf k,rtt f 111 MM 21006? STORE COUPON 5 Eftci 50 j. 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