The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 48
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 48

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The Palm Beach 5 FOOD section! Post and I Times FAMILY NEWS RECIPES Post & Times, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1968-FN9 Timely Tips On Party Planning I IT manner and a sense of humor do more for party morale than following all the rules to the letter. 9. Kiddie's Corner: It's not only correct but advisable to park young fry with a sitter, friends or relatives for the duration of the affair. If your children are over ten. however, they can be assigned chores ahead of time a good way to provide extra help while keeping them out of mischief. 10. Happy Ending: You can gracefully prod those stragglers who stay on and on and on to leave the premises if you get to your feet when the first guests start to leave and remain standing as a gentle hint. Only as a last resort does a good hostess remind the laggards that "I'm so sorry but it's late and we do have an early appointment in the morning." If you follow these hints on entertaining etiquette, keep your "cool" as a hostess and let the party have a life of its own. chances are it 'll be a ball for everybody including vou. without the absentees and either save their dinner or let them join the others for dessert and coffee. 5. Bar Business: You don't have to be an experienced hostess or lose sleep memorizing a batch of recipes for canapes and drinks to keep guests happy. Consult a party guide, many of which are available at bookstands or liquor stores. 6. Buffet Buffs: Two courses plus a salad are all you need for a buffet meal, of which one should always be hot even in summer. If the rest of the menu's cold, serve hot bread or coffee. 7. The Name of the Game is Maybe: Entertainment is up to you. Some guests love playing games while others prefer to sit around and talk. Try to sense the mood of your party and avoid forcing games on the crowd if they're swinging on their own. 8. Spill the Beans: If you spill the beans or a dry martini on the boss' wife, just carry on without calling undue attention to the mishap. Provide clear-up equipment but avoid profuse apologies. An assured 'y eC rK 4. H Steaming Coffee Goes With Schnecken Tasty Toffee Schnecken Spells Warm Invitation NEW YORK (NAPS) - Do you panic at the mere idea of entertaining? Get stage fright waiting for those first guests to arrive? Chew your fingernails while trying to choose the right food, drinks, "fixings," tableware, time schedule, fun-formulas and go-well-together guests? Throw away the aspirin and relax. These ten timely tips from entertaining expert Charlotte Adams can solve your party problems and help you become the "hostess with the mostest" whether your next gathering is a backyard barbecue, a wedding breakfast, a cocktail bash or that special dinner for the boss. 1. R.S.V.P. Rapport: For any party other than a formal dinner, you can invite guests either via telephone or the mails depending on which is more convenient. 2. Table Setting Tactics: Service plates, matching china and sterling silver once considered essential are no longer required in today's informal entertaining. Stainless steel, if it's shining, and non-matching plates, when necessary, are good enough for any type of festivity, large or small. If you lack after-dinner coffee cups, don't panic. Regular cups are acceptable as long as the brew's first rate. But cloth not paper napkins are still a "must" for every gathering except cocktails and outdoor parties. 3. Introduction-itis: It may be great exercise for your memory but you don't have to introduce every guest to every other guest when your list runs over a dozen. It's far easier on everybody to introduce each newcomer to a few handy friends, then allow them to explore on their own. Crisis: Latecomers: Outwit those chronic latecomers by inviting them to arrive ahead of schedule. If this doesn't work, don't let the rest of the guests starve. Just go ahead Uvl7Y () ) UE.WE! or n PRICES GOOD THUDS.. Nil.. SAT AT YOUR CONVENIENT, FRIENDLY DRUG MUTUAL STORE VO 5 SHAMPOO What better a way to welcome guests than with hot schnecken. baked so easily with an unusual and inviting and crunchy flavor. It comes trom those chocolate-covered English toffee candy bars vou've loved since vou were a child. TOFFEE SCHNECKEN Dough -2 packages active dry yeast a cup luke warm water 1119-1 115 degrees F.I ; Party Beans Combine 1 cup of salad oil, H cup of. vinegar and 1 Vi ounce) envelope of spa-'. ghettl sauce mix. Pour over 2 (1 pound) cans of drained green beans; chill. Just before serving, toss beans with 2 cups of shredded lettuce and 6 slices of crisp, cooked bacon, crumbled. Makes 8 servings. 1 cup lukewarm milk (110-115 degrees F.I "i cup soft butter or margarine 1-3 cup sugar 3 teaspoons salt 1 egg, bea'.en 4 34 to 5 ''4 cups sifted flour Filling 'i cup soft butter or margarine 1-3 cup sugar l-'4 cups chopped chocolate-covered English toffee candy bars (61-'BOZ.bars) xk cup chopped pecans 'a cup light corn syrup Prepare dough. Dissolve yeast in water. Add milk, butter or margarine, sugar, salt, egg and 2 cups flour; beat until smooth. Stir in enough flour to make a stiff dough. Turn onto lightly floured board; knead until smooth and elastic. Cover with plastic film and a towel. Let rest 20 min utes. Make filling while dough is resting. Cream butter or margarine and sugar; stir in chopped toffee and pecans. Punch down dough. Cut into 2 equal parts. Roll each piece of dough into 12 x 9 rectangle. Spread each with an equal amount of filling. Roll up tightly beginning at wide side. Cut each roll in 12 even slices. Grease muffin pans (2-'2 x l-'i inches! and place 1 teaspoon corn syrup in bottom of each pan. Arrange slices in pans. Cover loosely with plastic film. Refrigerate 2 to 24 hours. When ready to bake, remove from refrigerator; uncover and let stand at room temperature while oven is heating, 10 to 15 minutes. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F. ) until done. 20 to 25 minutes. Turn rolls out of pan onto wire rack over waxed paper. Yield; 2 dozen rolls. 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