The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 4, 1997 · Page 294
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 294

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"ir'T" m w m l4FN THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1997 N FOSTER'S PRIME MEATgj A "GOOD FOOD" STORE! mmmrn BOAR'S HEAD 49V Perdue $149siRLOIN J STFAK , STEAK BOLOGNA 199 ib. (boneless) Convection oven cooks jiood faster I j j Q: Could you give me some jiformation on convection ovens? 1 And another question, how much i cream do you get out of a gallon of milk? Peggy, Jupiter A: Convection ovens have the ; same kind of heating element as regular ovens. But there is a difference: In the convection oven, a CHICKEN LEG QUARTERS ROTISSERIE CHICKEN $4.00ea. Chicken Breast 1.29 lb. Ground Sirloin mffmt .'1.99 lb. GIFT CERTIFICATES Special prices in effect 124 -1210 ORDER EARLY I rA-w Boar's Head Party Trays Gift Baskets Thurs. Spinach &Feta Stuffed Chicken Fresh Turkeys Prime Rib & Filets Mon. Chicken Almandine Tues. Oriental Beef & Broccoli Wed. Chicken a la King (menu changes weekly) Fit Crab Cakes Sat. Beef Stew Sun. Smoked Ribs & Roastss REAL ITALIAN COOKING : : MOM & POP IN THE KITCHEN COME OVER ANP CHECK IT OUT, IF YOU P0 NOT I BELIEVE IT, YOU WILL I BECOME A BELIEVER f The most authentic Italian food in Palm Beach County T0SCANA RE5WRANT 12139 U.S. HWY m N.P3, FL 33403 CALL FOR RESERVATION 561-622-2535 EARLY BIRD MENU AVAILABLE FROM 5:00 TO 6:00 P.M. 1 The very best of freshly cut meats and poultry at competitive prices j 335 W. Indiantown Rd., Jupiter - 747-3151 sD . Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm l L7V built-in fan circulates the heated air throughout the oven cavity, unlike the conventional oven where the compartment radiates heat throughout. This difference in heat Al I ; unoiam ' Rahman Kitchen Counselor SOME PLACE n S r ''Prff 50Up!"sALAD VkV Q!? Zr BAR & - r fUl lfJl POTATO rvf mA AAfMV Open for Lunch VnV1 4 11:30 AM ? Days 1301 Tenth Street rifi I g j 4 Lake Park, FL 33403 JjMMVfflt I , A I I. 842-0616 1 I8 $-- VExcept Holidays 1 New Earig Pinner Hour beginning 11-13-9? 3 PM-6 PM Where mama's in the kitchen" iMMMi transfer gives ii convection ov- ens some advantages. Foods, es-jpecially meat and poultry, cook -about 25 percent faster and also Snore evenly. And since fan-forced rieat circulation eliminates any hot lpots, you don't need to change "-Jhe position of pans during cooking. To convert regular-oven reci- t'es, here is a rough guideline: , ower temperature 25 and cut ! taking time 25 percent for roasting poultry, meat, fish, etc. For .stakes, cookies and other baked goods, reduce heat 50 but keep . time the same. For best results, however, consult the guide book that came with your particular oven. As for your second question, jou can't get cream at home out of today's homogenized milk. It j ust won't clot up on top as it did with fresh, unhomogenized milk. ( Q: I would like to cut down on f.eggs. Is there a substitute when a J take recipe calls for whole eggs? Anonymous 'j A: A generally acceptable sub-S'stitute for each whole egg is two jigg whites. Almost all the fat, H ."including saturated fat, as well as j cholesterol are contained in the yolk of the egg, so this switching j' should eliminate most of the un-i desirable aspect of eggs for diet-kers and heart patients. The reduction in fat may make the cake drier, however. Adding about Vz cup of apple sauce or prune puree should improve the results. Another option may be to ' add back some fat in a more ac-fSieptable form such as canola oil, hich has no cholesterol. It is tff ery low in the "bad" saturated J-fat and very high in the "good" monounsaturated fat. t Q: Can you give me a recipe 3or making kumquat preserves? JXhanks. Several readers t A: Here is a recipe for kum- quat preserve and a variation for marmalade. Kumquat preserves 1 quart kumquats : 2 cups sugar 3 cups water PERU For mlVQWAtiO CAHT0CC10 for our fodhf fawrwtytyAyow. edmfor hmkor timer mftmiwf'vfty Hmw laws Homccookcd Dinners Till 0:00! On The BouIeTord Dinner Specials Celebrate the holidays Italian-style .-.Call soon to arrange your personal and office holiday functions. Come listen to "Charlie at the piano bar from 7 to 10 every Thursday through Saturday Fresh Vegetables Teriyaki Stir Fry Over Rice (Side Dish Not Included) 7.95 Liver and Onions Fresh Young Beef Lwer Cooked to perfection & Smothered in Golden Brown Onions & Mushrooms 6.95 12 Roasted Chicken with Homemade Stuffing 7.95 12 Barbecue Chicken .7.95 Fresh Young Roasted Turkey Platter Homemade Gravy and Stuffing .....8.99 Braised Brisket of Beef Natural Gravy i .8.99 Homemade Stuffed Cabbage with Raisin Sauce i .7.99 Broiled Chicken Breast Smothered with Oniors & Mushrooms ...8.99 Chicken Marsala Sauteed Young Chicken Breast Prepared in a Mushroom & Fine Marsala Wine Sauce ....8.99 12 oz. Chopped Sirloin Steak with Topped Onions & Mushrooms 8.99 Kosher Knockwurst with Sow Kiaut 1 Baked Beam . 8.99 Catch of the Day Market Price Broiled Filet of Sole .9.99 Baked Stuffed Rounder A Speaal Old Family Crabmeat Stuffing ,10.99 1030 US HWY 1, North Palm Beach (561) 62S-9960 hi JVi cups light corn syrup OR honey n i a- i t t rrepare Kumquats Dy wasning -- Jt A N C R I L I All our dinners include: Soup, House Salad, Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Baked Beans, Homemade Desserts and Choice of one Side Dish. Side Dishes: Mashed Potatoes, Potato Pancake, Baked Potato, Baked Beans, French Fries, Pasta, Applesauce, Rice, Potato Salad, & Cole Slaw. V Champagne Sunday Order Now f Brunch Buiret For All Your 'unday 12 Noon to 2PM HOLIDAY Pwioroughly and cutting a Va-inch JSdice in each one to prevent crackling when cooking. 'tgr Cover with water in large ket-Mle and simmer for 10 minutes. pDrain. In another large kettle, boil kugar with 3 cups fresh water for i3 minutes. Add drained kumquats and bring to boil again. Cool and kjet aside overnight in the refrig-i erator. The next day, add Vi cup corn syrup and bring to boil again. Cool, and refrigerate overnight, i Repeat the corn syrup boil two Ignore days. (Three separate additions of corn syrup, total.) I On the fourth day, divide ifcumquats into sterilized canning JJars and seal. Process in boiling 'vater bath for 10 minutes. I j For marmalade: Combine 2 'cups thinly sliced kumquats, 3 $ups thinly sliced oranges, VA quarts water and xh cup lemon 'juice. Boil until peels are tender. ! Measure and add 1 cup sugar J (or each cup fruit mixture. Boil Rapidly to gelling point, stirring occasionally. Ladle into sterilized jars and process in boiling water I bath for 10 minutes. y u i CATERING ! Any DSnncr A delectable array oj tantalizing treats to tempthvilr palate. I 121797. I mmm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mmm $ The 18.95 Carving Station esfatiraiit Catering Available. Omelettes & Waffles Made to order Homemade Breads, . Muffins, Croissants Bagels and Gourmet Deli "Benedict to Beef Selection of Entrees Garden Square Shoppes, (Publix Shopping Center) Corner of Military Tr. & PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (561) 776-8700 Fax (561) 776-1254 Open 7 Days Mon.-Sat. 6:30am-8:00pm Sun. 7:00am-8:00pm The uihTER Quick! Where's dinner? Do you have a strategy that gets you through the dinner crunch? An ingredient, recipe or method that saves precious time or energy? Send us the details in a short note. We'll print some of them in Food & Dining. Write to: Crunch Time, Palm Beach Post Food Dept., P.O. Box 24696, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4696. LOWEST AIR FARES The Palm Beach Post keeps you posted! Beach Resort Complimentary Valet Parking Each Sunday, you'll find the lowest air fares from West Palm Beach to major U.S. and international cities in the Travel section. JlR l'.ilmltaufi Jhst 'jyim n mwwuiiMif .Reservations 745-7120. 5 North Al A at Indiantown Road, Jupiter

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