Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 26
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 26

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
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BEST BUYS Roast Beef Leads Roast beef takes over the featured spot among special offerings by supermarkets and neighborhood stores this weekend. Chuck and round roasts are the most widely advertised. But housewives will have ample opportunity for variety of choice among the weekend specials according to the Associated Press. Chicken and ham are widely featured. Other bargains include stewing beef, ground beef, pork loins, leg of lamb, turkey, fish cakes, cod steaks and scallops. In the New York area, chuck roasts range from 39 to 49 cents « pound, round roasts are at 79 cents a pound and rib roasts at 19. "Meat prices generally are higher than a week ago. In various sections of the nation, sirloin steaks are up from 4 to 20 cents a pound, loin pork chops up from 4 to 6 cents and fryeri »p 2 to 4 cents. ! An exception is rib roast which is unchanged to 10 cent* below last week. Sortie'tasty new arrivals hit *he vegetable and fruit markets his week. They include raspberries and black berries from California, onions from Arizona, radishes from Ohio and big Boston type lettuce from Orange County, N.Y. There was a wide variety of "best buys" in vegetables -beans* beets, cabbage, Texas carrots, corn, all types of lettuce, escarole, onions, radishes, green Italian type squash, collards, kale," mustard, turnip .tops, spinach and asparagus. Rated good buys were broccoli, Florida, celery, cucumbers, peppers, endive, rhubarb, potatoes and watercress. On the expensive list are yellow squash, okr«, tomatoes, .parsley and "sweet potatoes. . Best buys among fruits are ·trawberries, which are in big ·imply from New Jersey, and limes. Dairy Products Make Summer Dishes THURSDAY, JUNE 2, I960 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGE 27 A CAKE CAN BE A PIE? The featured Italian No-Bake Cake recipe not only can be made as a cake or a pie but u a tortc, too. Ladyfingeri make the lides for the cake or the crust for a pie. The filling for either is a rich «ocoa mixture. To make a torte, stand the ladyfingers upright. By MARY GERDAN June brings brides, showers, graduations -- and a whole new group of dairy recipes to serve at summer parties. This month is Dairy Month and in honor of the occasion, the American Dairy Assn. has come up with a group of deliriously different recipes, featuring dairy products --milk, butter, cheese, cottage cheese, ice cream and sour cream. For the bridal shower, a Heavenly Fruit Salad, a medley of succulent summer-ripe fruits sauced with rich Creamy Dressing, will delight both the honoree and her guests. Or, for the party that calls only for a pretty dessert, consider this no-bake cake that can be prepared as a pie, too! Ladyfingers make the sides for the cake and they make the crust for the pie. You might decorate the entire top of either with fluffy whipped cream. Shavings of sweet chocolate add a chairming flair to the decorated top, too. WithV the children out of school, breakfast can become more leisurely. Why not add Raspberry Pancakes to the menu? Ripe and delectable berries, picked and frozen at the height of the season, are combined with a pancake mix. Add buttermilk with baking soda for leavening to make the pancakes fluffy. You'll n o t i c e they're thicker but more tender than others you've served. A cheese sauce that will complement almost any vegetable is Sauce Gloria, m a d e ' w i t h shredded Parmesan cheese. And even the weight-watchers can enjoy dairy products. Cottage-Tomato C u p s combine marinated fresh vegetables with cottage-filled tomatoes. ITALIAN "NO-BAKE" CAKE Round cake or pie pan, 8-inch 7 ladyfingers 2 eggs 1 cup confectioners sugar 1 cup (2 sticks) butter y 4 cup cocoa 1 teaspoon rum flavoring 24 vanilla wafers, crushed % cup chopped pecans 1 cup whipping cream 14 cup sugar I square (I or.) sweet chocolate, grated 1. Line pan with aluminum foil, allowing foil to extend over edges. 2. Cut ladyfingers in half- crosswise; place around sides of pan, cut sides down. Set aside. 3. Beat eggs and sugar 4 minutes, using electric mixer at high speed. 4. Cream butter and cocoa together and add to egg mixture. Blend in rum flavoring, vanilla wafers and pecans. 5. Spread cocoa mixture evenly in pan lined with ladyfingcrs and chill. When ready to serve, whip cream until stiff and blend in sugar. Remove cake from pan end peel off foil. Place on chilled cake plate and garnish top with whipped cream; sprinkle with grated chocolate. Makes 12-16 servings. Variation: Purchase or bake a loaf pound cake. Slice horizontally into 3 slices. Spread cocoa mixture between layers and on top layer: refrigerate until firm. When ready to serve, turn cake on side on chilled cake plate. Frost entire cake with whipped cream and top with grated chocolate. SAUCE GLORIA 1 pkg. cream cheese (8 oz.), softened % cup evaporated milk % teaspoon salt y 2 teaspoon garlic salt % cup shredded Parmesan cheese, divided 1. Cream die cream cheese well in a small saucepan. Gradually beat in evaporated milk. 2. -Heat over very low heat until hot, about 3 to S minutes, stirring occasionally. 3. Stir in seasonings and % cup Parmesan cheese. Makes enough sauce for eight aervings, Serve over baked potato or vegetables such ac oparagus and broccoli. Or mix tauoe with two packages frozen French style preen beans, cooked and drained. Sprinkle with remain- inj; Parmesan cheese, RASPBERRY PANCAKE! '/i teaspoon baking soda 1 cups buttermilk 1 CRK 2 tablespoons melted butter 2 cups pancake mix '/a cup thawed and drained frozen raspberries 1. Dissolve soda in buttermilk; add with unbeaten egg and butter to pancake mix, stirring lightly. 1 Blend in raspberries. 3. Bake on hoi, lightly greased griddle. Serve with choice of accompaniments: butter, raspberry or maple syrup and sour cream. Makes 16 to 18 pancakes. To prepare raspberry eyrup combine 1 10-ounce jar raspberry jelly and juice from frozen raspberries in a saucepan. Boil until mixture is slightly thick. (You should have about 1 cup syrup.) Serve hot. HEAVENLY 24-HOUR SALAD Creamy Dressing 2 eggs 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons orange juice 2 tablespoons vinegar 1 tablespoon butter Dash of salt 2 cups dairy sour cream 1. In a small sauce pan, mix eggs with sugar, orange juice and vinegar. 2. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. 3. Remove from heat and stir in butter and salt. 4. Cool; then fold in sour cream. Chill while preparing fruits. Yield 2% cups. Salad I cup seedless green grapes 1 cup diced banana 1 cup fresh pineapple 1 cup pitted Bing cherries 1 cup diced oranges 1 cup cantaloupe balls 2 plums, sliced 2 cups miniature marsh- mallowi, OR 16 large marshmallows, quartered \. Combine fruits »nd marsh- HEAVENLY 24-HOUR SALAD mallows. Fold in C r « a m y Dressing; spoon carefully into serving bowl. 2. Chill 24 hour* to allow fruit and dressing flavors to blend fully. 3. Garnish with fruits and sprigs of mint, if desired. Makes 8 servings. Two cups of dairy sour cream, or more, depending upon desired creaminess, u s e d right from the carton can be used in place of the Creamy Dressing. NOTE: Extra Creamy Dressing may be covered and stored in refrigerator several weeks. COTTAr-S-TOMATO CUPS fi large tomatoes Onion salt i/ 2 cup cooked, out green beans 1/2 cup cooked, ahredded carrots Yt cup chopped eelery % tablespoon garlic wlad dressing 1% cups cottage «heest Salad greens 1. Peel tomatoea, H detired; cut slices from top and *coo| out tenters (save for stewing, casseroles, soup, etc.). Sprinkle with onion fait, invert and refrigerate. 2. Marinate beans, earroU and celery in garlic i a 1 a d dressing 1-2 houri. 3, Line each tomato cup with 14 cup cottage cheest; Ml with marinated vegetables. 4. Serve on Mlad green. M»k« (lervingc. Sears Summer Sale SAVINGS! Save Now on our most popular Fabric Oxford Women's and Children's cushion arch JEEPERS Long Wearing! Better Fitting! Machine Washable! Mom, teens 'and lots will love Jeepers*... «ur funtime, fashionable cotton oxfords. Designed for extra comfort with heel-to-toe sponge rubber insoles and cushion arch to support every step. The cotton army duck uppers are drirf lined for longer wear. Women's sizes 4% to 9 in white, rtd, navy or black. Children's with protective rubber toe caps in sizes 5 to 4, red or navy. All have slip-resistant rubber soles. Buy a Trhole wardrobe *C Jeepers* BOW ... pay later. ·'Charge it" on Sea» iwohing CHARGE ACCOUNT O66 S KEGULAKLY S I 299 teJ 2PAffiSFOR*5 SHOP MON. * ML NIGHTS "FAMILY NIGHTS" TlL 9 EMHIE KAISER'S BROADWAY AT COUNTRY CLUB Market Phone EA 5-IEW lilcery 6A 5-I2W We receive (he rifht to Limit Quantities *Stte£ictkm ffltttinteed or your money FOOD FOE THOUGHT JUNE BRIDES . .. everyone honori them, and IROAD- WAY VILLAGE IAKERY helpt m H* small way to make their wedding day a thing of beauty! IROAD- WAY VILLAGE BAKERY WEDDINS CAKES h a v e graced this important event for quite · few years . . . . Inquire in «ur BAKERY DEPT. regarding the ordering of Wedding Ceket end the Petit Fours for your reception; 44m M one thing you cen do AHEAD ef time «nd forget. BROADWAY VILLAGE BAKERY won't forget, and on the big day will deliver thii delectable confection to your door, or wherever you dictate. BROADWAY V I L L A G E MARKET hat the finest imported and domestic Champagne* . . . Ixtra Dry, Brut »neJ the popular Rose, for toasting the bride a n d groom on THEIR DAY . . . And if there is to be a wedding f e a s t , BROADWAY VILLAE MARKfT ean provide the choicest of Meats; the rarest of foods for thif ence-in-a-liffttwne- occasion. Ue* +» ItOADWAY VII- ·iM.4*At». TUCSON ftafo W.S.D.A. CHOICE CUBE STEAKS Something ntno hnn been added to our large tlnck of fine premium noffeet! "Chock Full 0' Nut*" -- the heavenly cojfne... Try it! Thursday and Friday Chocolate CHIFFON CAKE 98* lb. Lean, Boneless BEEF STEW Smoked PORK CHOPS S.D.A. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST m i Certified BACON HormeP* Old Smoke House Bacon -B. V. Feature* Choice Meal Only -Cut a* You Prefer! Imperial Valley JUMBO Cantaloupes ib.9* Green, Crisp Cucumbers 2 "'· 29* Black Beauty A ama^ft EGG PLANT : 2' ta 29 39 Large California BING CHERRIES lb. Jumbo Royal Apricots, Burmosa Plums, Fresh Raspberries, New Crop Red Cardinal Grapes. Stouffer's SPINACH SOUFFLE 12 et 1*K. 45' Birds Eye Italian GREEN BEANS MimteMaU A MIPWWT SECTIONS 2 60' -90* Heaped with fluffy mint frottlng! RASPBERRY Saturday Only Cherry Streusel COFFEE CAKE Healthful BLUEBERRY MUFFINS SPAGHETTI French APPLE SLICES FRISKIES DOG FOOD 4 - 49* Sunshine Banana COOKIES 37' 14 etc. Monarch FRUIT COCKTAIL Beech-Nut COFFEE Regular or Drip Grin* SeOffi fe S A W W M e nram rtutv ivrmivu

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