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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 30

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Cfr-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 Succulent Gifts From The Sea Favored For Florida Entertaining LUNCHEON An alfresco luncheon is a typical way to entertain in the sunshine state. Focal point of Mrs. William Standard's luncheon is pineapple salad. It's served enticingly in a half pineapple boat. the morning, even after a big meal, or Just before dinner. It's like taking a cool drink that lasts a satisfying bit longer. The varied textures of the cold fruit add pleasure too. Mrs. C. Robert Cook of North Palm Beach buys citrus fruit by the half bushel and keeps a fresh supply on hand. She prepares fruited Ice to have ready for her family or as a company dessert, to serve alone or with delicate cookies, or to top a full-course dinner just right. METHOD Cook the spaghe'ti till done, drain. Combine soups with milk, celery, pepper, parsley, sherry, salt and pepper and bring almost to boil. In large oven casserole dish, place layer spaghetti, .half of shrimp, one package crab meat, pour half of sauce over this. Sprinkle half of grated cheese, then repeat for another layer using remaining ingredients. Sprinkle parmesan cheese and cracker crumbs on top. Bake at 350 for approximately 30-40 minutes. Serves about 12. and Shirley Shirley (that's what we said) of Halm Beach Gardens are famous for. "It's s one-dish meal," says Mrs. Shirley who finds that 30 minutes will take care of prep-eration time, and another 30-40 minutes for cooking. Add a green salad, French bread or rolls, and your meal's complete. Shirley invented the recipe herself, starting from a chick-?n and spaghetti recipe that her family used to enjoy. 'Why not seafood?" she asked herself. And the answer came in this tasty casserole dish that combines shrimp, crab and clam flavors gloriously mingled with thin spaghetti and a sauce rich in cheese an i mushrooms. for your next company dinner, try Shirley Shirley's: JX V26 V- , Pla tearb. Fl. Oslrnille. Mass. K I-?? -Y : . B.A Pukiun, Tm.h.' ' . ".. S t-2 . ' -. - Shu. Bl.k.u. AnM. V"'-:' Tfl (jy " LVf 4tHkX "lllh 8 gJ"UUN BEOANO 8ATH BOUTIQUE 1 small can crushed pineapple Fru it Dessert A warm Florida afternoon is the best time In the world to serve fruited ice to visitors who drop by for an informal chat. You might be seated on the screened porch in a comfortable rattan chair with an overhead fan moving the air about. The hibiscus is blooming and the crotons lend their dark shade to the setting, creating some natural coolness. Sunlight filters in through the leaves of the mimosa and the mood is tropically relaxed. Now Is the time for refreshment with a cool, sweet tang. It's already made, because this Is one you can keep frozen and on hand. You can serve it frozen, or you can thaw it slightly while you visit. Making use of fresh Florida oranges and lemons, plus bananas and pineapple, you can serve a dessert that is light enough for any time of day, in .r'tx .'tr.rzm .w, , I lll; featuring fniiioii Jewehij Seafood Supreme 1 Vt lbs. shrimp frozen or fresh 2 packages crab meat chunks frozen ( approx. 6-8 oz. ) 1 can clam chowder 1 can shrimp soup frozen 1 can cream of mushroom soup 2 cups milk 1 Ig. box thin spaghetti 4 T cooking sherry Vt lb. Cheddar cheese grated celery flakes sweet pepper flakes parsley flakes parmesan cheese ritz cracker crumbs SHIFT DRESSES 5.88 7.88 - J9.88 M1.88 AND IP Worth 911 H. Dixie Hwy. Grained Vj c. nuts METHOD Squeeze 2 tablespoons lemon juice over all and sprln kle with 3 tablespoons of sugar. Put Into freezing tray. When ready to serve, remove frozen salad from freezer and let sit 10-15 minutes at room temperature or until It can be sliced. Serves 4. "You can use some pink cherry Juice or food coloring to tint the salad," says Mrs, Standard who does this for company. Adding tiny marsh-mallows or coconut can give an interesting variation to the dish. She has another fruit salad, this one chilled but not frozen, that gets delighted comments from dinner guests, especially because it is served In a half pineapple "boat." Slice a pineapple In half lengthwise, stem, core, leaves and all. Scoop out the center of each half to form a boat and put in refrigerator to chill. Cut up fresh pineapple in a bowl and sprinkle with yt c. sugar. Let this sit while you prepare: 1 diced banana, c. seedless green grapes, peeled If desired, 2 fresh peaches, c. berries (raspberries or blackberries), c. cherries. Mix all fruit together and scoop Into pineapple boats. Chill for Vi hour before servings Use Vi pineapple per person but the same amount of fruit (with the additional pineapple) will serve four. of THE NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS NOW ON DISPLAY Margie's Recipe 3 oranges, cut up in bite-size pieces 3 bananas, tut up in bite-size pieces 1 - 15oz. can of crushed pineapple 3 eggs 3 c. water 3 c. sugar juice of several lemons to taste (2-6) METHOD Mix all ingredients and fill freezer tray. Freeze, stirring two or three times while freezing. Serve frozen, or icy, thawing 15 minutes before serving. Serves 12-15. Another specially Cook recipe is broiled fresh shrimp which Margie Cook likes to prepare this way: Melt three-fourths stick of butter In broiler pan and add '4 teaspoon of garlic powder. (She uses a portable broiler so as not to heat the oven.) Broil shrimp for three or four minutes on : each side. Top with chopped READY TO BAKE -Mrs. Lee Shirley of Palm Beach Gardens has finished all the work for her dinner party. Now she Just puts her special "Seafood Supreme" In the oven to blend the flavors of Nhrliup, dull mid Hutu In it lusiiotia, spnghrttl t'HMrol(i, There l to l' ny fur piomU, M T Ski v I y vX'' v" Hashion Boca Raton : Royal Palm Plaza : 399-7963 9i30TOS.30MON.THRU (AT. Lumlerhill, Fla. : Lauderhill Mall -: 587-3506 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Beside the sea, with sand in your shoes and salt spray in your hair, the sound of sea gulls still ringing in your ears, your taste seems naturally to turn to seafoods. You might dash indoors for a fast fish fry. On the other hand, and quite calmly, you might dress in your dlning-out duds and be hostess or guest at the kind of seafood buffet party that Lee & WIG BOUTIQUE LIMITED TIME ONLY FALLS-WIGLETS-WIGS NOW AT PRE SEASON PRICES. AND ... LET US RECONDITION THOSE TIRED ONESI 832-7579 137 BRADLEY PI. In Lake A. $770 B. $375 C. $SOO D. $500 E. $550 HtKVEY BI.DK j -jj In Ft. Lauderdale In Boca and 24S0 E. Commercial Blvd it: ' Raton - 493 N.E. 20th St. St. Armands Key. Sarasota ' WHEN YOU PACK FOR YOUR FLORIDA VACATION SOMETHING! . . . and replace it at Palm Beach Mall. It's the newest and largest shopping center in the Southeast-a million square feet all under one roof, and completely climate-controlled. You'll have 87 different, notable stores to shop in. Palm Beach Mall has everything you'll need for a perfoct holiday. ..and then some I Send for our informative brochure. parsley and serve hot. Simple and ready in minutes, this makes a praise-winning seafood treat when out-of-town guests come to visit. Salad Meld A combination of fruits melded with sour cream and mixed with nuts, all frozen and sliced, can be a richer version of the fruit treat above. Mrs. William (Gloria) Standard has been praising this frozen fruit salad since she was 12 years old. At that time she attended a dairy clinic with her mother, and this particular salad was used as a demonstration dish. Samples were passed around. Mother liked what she tasted, and so did little Gloria. The recipe has been a family favorite ever since, and now BUI and Gloria's own two daughters consider the day a success when Mom makes frozen fruit salad or dessert. So does company. Here's bow Gloria Standard does It: Combine -Vt pint sour cream 1 banana diced 10 cherries (maraschino or fresh) Belts Sell PARIS (WNS) Last year Yves St. Laurent adapted men's belts to fit the ladles and made them so ornamental that they included everything from bicycle chains to anchor chains. Now the French couturier reports that men are buying more of the belts than women. "In the old days women wore men's clothes, but now the swing Is the other way," said a St. Laurent salesman. The new best-seller with both sexes is the Survival Belt that holds cigarettes, lighter, perfume, make-up, pills, candy bar and drinking flask. 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