Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 21
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., April 4, 1962, Page 22 Eight Ways To Glorify Rice; Try Combinations Add a surprise when you serve rice as an accompaniment to poultry, meat, fish or eggs. And not just for company! When you surprise a family with an imaginative variation of a famil iar dish, a pleasant feeling of warmth and appreciation usually makes itself felt around the table. Hero are ways we use from time to lime to add interest plain steamed rice. You kno\\ your own family! Choose t'ie com binntions you know they'll welcome, 1. Add curry powder '16 suit your family's taste and according lo the strength of the powder) ta the cooked rice along with tin usual amount of butter. Mix lightly but thoroughly with a fork so as not to mash the rice. 2. Rinse currants in hot wafer and drain well. (We empty a package of currants into a jar nnd keep them in the refrigcrr tor to have on hand.) Dice drained canned pirm'cnto. Mix Ihe currants and pimiento with the cook ed rice when vou add bu'ter. 3. Another similar fine combination: treat golden raisins to a hot water rinse and add them to cooked rice with butter - toasted pecans. 4. Are scallions -- or maybe you call them green or spring onions -- in your market? Cut the scallions crosswise in thin slanted pieces, using most of the green tops. Cook the onions lightly in butter in a skillet and add to cooked rice. 5. Chopped chives make another savory addition to plain ric3 anil nowadays they come frozen in neat little containers. 6. Flaked coconut makes another interesting addition to buttered rice. This combination is excellent with creamed ham or hard-cooked eggs. 7. Ever silver or dice preserved or candied ginger and add to cooked buttered rice? If the ginger is syrup - preserved, it needs only to be drained before adding. If it's candied, wash off the sugar in hot water, then dice or silver before adding. The gin ger along with coconut makes a delightful combination lo add to tin 1 rice when it's being served with a curried dish. 8. Grated carrot make a bright addition to rice. Try Dessert Party With Cherry Putts Would you like to have a party that's easy-to-give, simple, and yet something really special? How about a dessert party? -it's a delightful way to "pay hack" obligations, or to enhance a bridge club meeting, or welcome neighborhood newcomers. The dessert party can be either an after it is designed for unhurried small talk and a cosy, relaxed atmosphere. Set your buffet graciously and appropriately around the feature of your menu -- a beautiful cream-filled and flaky puff -- lopped with lots of big, juicy red cherries. And you'd better make enough for seconds, because cher ry puffs are sure to make a big hit with the ladies. l-i; cup butter 1 cup boiling water 1 cup sifted enriched flour 1 4-ounce package vanilla pudding 'i cup heavy cream, whipped '.« teaspoon almond flavoring 1 i\'o. 2 can Cherry Pie Filling Melt butter in boiling water. Add flour and salt, all at once, and stir vigorously. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture forms a ball. Remove from heat; cool slightly. Add eggs, one at a time, beating vigorously after each addition. Drop by large tablespoonsful onto a greased cooky sheet. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees) 45 to 50 minutes. Split puffs and allow to cool. Make pudding as directed on package, using only Hi cups of milk. Cool. Fold in whipped cream and flavoring. Spoon into puffs. Spoon Cherry Pie Filling Makes 8 large puffs. TOPS IN QUALITY! LOW IN PRICE ri nnn PURITY PREMIUM 1UUU CARD WINNER Beth Jackson 2 m H»d g ,, n «., E U r.k. YOU COULD BE THE NEXT BIG MONEY WINNER. 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