Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
Page 29
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Hashed fir dim Potatoes Are Always Favorite By mm M, BARBER Several ot our aentei, fattier than lute alone* Influence our efijoyffitfit of toed, tt Is not only tit* taste but the odor and often the light which together appeal to out appetites, For Instance, the edcr of bacon cooking in the kitchen may even get a latybones eut of bed, While we classify bacon as a breakfast accompaniment, We often put it to use for other meals. Most of us order it a* a • staple. We* appreciate, the new packings that insure against ran* cldlty and consequent deteriorating of flavor. If these remain unopened in the refrigerator, quality will continue to be of the best, By the way, unlike other t foods, except ham which is also , salty, the freezer should-not be ' used for storage for any length of time. For many purposes, bacon bits are just as good as the long slices. They are Just, the right size to top hamburgers or the Individual pizzas for which' spit English muffins are used. Scalloped potatoes or other vegetables - may be garnished with the bacon bits before baking. Leftover cooked bacon Is delicious In waffle or muffin batter. Bacon also adds flavor to canned baked beans when they are heated In .the oven before they rae served. There are many meat dishes prepared from the less tender cuts which call for bits of bacon and the drippings, to com bin*-with the meat before liquid] is added. . The drippings that accumulate whilt the bacon is sauteed are wonderful to have on hand. Nothing is better than these for frying potatoes, cither cooked or 'raw. Just, remember that it is a good idea to keep the drippings in the refrigerator rather than on top or back of the stove. ' Hashed Brown Potatoes % ciip bacon fat 4 cups finely chopped boiled or baked potatoes Vt teaspoon pepper , Salt . Heat bacon fat in heavy skillet. Add potatoes and pepper and stir constantly over low heat about 5 minutes. Add salt if necessary. Press potatoes -firmly with wooden spoon to form a flat cake and continue cooking over ' low heat until brown underneath and loose from the pan. Shake pan occasionally to prevent stick- Ing, Fold wit^i a pancake turner and turn Opt on hoj platter. Yield: 6 serving*. Easy Baked Bean* For each standard size can baked beans, allow 4 bacon bits. Saute bacon lightly. Cut or crumble and add with the drippings to the beans. Bake in small bean pot or casserole in moderately hot oven (400° F.) about 30 minutes. <© 1958, Genera) Features Corp.) Macaroni And Chicken Is . - j e -' f Camper's Dish By GAVNOR 1IAODOX NBA Food and Market* Editor With- our 12-year-old son and .some of his bunkmatcs at Great Oaks camp in Maine, we paddled across' Lake Saturday for a picnic on the wooded shore, the boys carried the food in their knapsacks and cooked It over a portable gjfill by the water's edge. Simple fare, yes—but it 'seemed rather wonderful to us. Camper's Macaroni and Chicken (Makes 4-8 "serving*) C-ne-nuarter cup chopped green pepper, 1 cup sliced onion, % cup butter or margarine, 2 cans (15% ounces each) macaroni with cheese sauce, 2 carts (5 ounces each) boned chicken or turkey, *& cup diced tomato, % cup grated American cheese. For Outdoor Cooking Place rack of ouwoor grljl about 5 Inches above bed of hot coals.. Melt butter in heavy sWI- let. Cook the pepper and onion until tender but alightty crisp. Add macaroni, chicken, tomato and cheese. Heat, stirring now and then, until bubbly hot. For Moor Cooking Use a large saucepan ot ikttlet and cook top-of-stove. The combination > of foods is moist enough to prevent* worth- ing and needs only an occasional s tlr. Cooking time approximately 15 to 30 minutes. With it we tad frozen fruit pies, milk and coffee, • V » feu Bundle. 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