Independent from Long Beach, California on March 18, 1976 · Page 93
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 93

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F-] 6--Independenf, Press-Teleoram , March 17, \m Thundiy, Miixhll, \m .Roast-style brisket of beef. CARRY OATMEAL COOKIES TO OFFICE FOR COFFEE BREAK These cookies are good for you 4 to 5-pound beef brisket 3 tablespoons cooking oil 2 caps chopped onion 4 stalks celery (Including leaves), chopped ( green pepper, cut in strips 1 teaspoon paprika 2 beef bouillon cubes, crushed '/» teaspoon freshly milled pepper 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tablespoons fresh dii! leaves or 1 teaspoon dried dill weed 2 bay leaves, broken ID half 2 cups Burgundy or other dry red wine 2 tablespoons vinegar 2 cups (16 ounces each) small whole potatoes or 2 pounds medium potatoes, pared and quartered 1 medium parsnips, cut lengthwise In half Warm cookies are as much a childhood joy as are warm puppies. Aud when the cookies can be nourishing, too, it's a mother's joy to bake them. That's what you'll like about Different Oatmeal Cookies. Whole wheat flour and rolled oats team up to give creditable amounts of B-vitamins and dry milk backs up the protein supplied by the cereal and nuts. And adds a bonus of calcium. Different oatmeal cookies Vi cap shortening V cup brown sugar V cup honey 1 egg I (caspoon vanilla 1 cup whole wheat flour y« teaspoon baking powder Vt teaspoon soda ft teaspoon sail 1 cup quick-cooking rolled oals Vi cup nonfat dry milk powder Vt cop water % cup chopped walnuts Beat shortening, sugar, honey, egg and vanilla till light and fluffy. Mix whole wheat flour with baking powder, soda, salt and quick-cooking oats, blending well. Add to creamed niixlure alternately with the nonfat dry milk powder that has , been dissolved in (he water. Stir in nuts. Drop by rounded lablespoonfuls onto greased cookie sheets; spread to Vi inch thickness. If desired, lop each cookie with a perfect half walnut. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees) 10 to 12 minutes or till lightly browned. Buy the Borden 2-pound dispenser pack and save. 48 slices"' of Bordcn'Amerlcan pasteurized pf oce cheese food. Each individually wrapped to stay fresh and moist. Conveniently packed In the unique Borden slice-dispenser refrigerator carloML Keeps (he slices neatly in the refrigerator. Dispenses them orle at a time. Lets you see when you're running low A great way to make sure you have plenty on hand for burgers, sandwiches and snacks. Now you can realty MVC! Clip this coupon and clip 20C off -^2=, i? : £^.;l: I Brown meat in the oil on both sides in a Dutch oven. Add onion, celery and green pepper and cook till wilted. Sprinkle the meat, fat side up, with the paprika, crushed bouillon cubes, pepper, garlic and dill leaves. Place bay leaves around the meat. Place half of the wilted vegetables underneath the meal, the other half on top. Add wine and vinegar. Cover and cook in a slow oven (325 degrees) for 3 hours or until almost done. Add the carrots, parsnips and potatoes to the liquid around the meat and cook about 30 minutes longer or until meat and vegetables are done. · - R e m o v e f n e a t and' vegetables to serving plat- ter. Measure the cooking liquid and thicken with flour (allowing 2 tablespoons flour for each cup of liquid) for gravy. Carve meat across the grain in thin slices. Garnish with parsley. 10 to 12 servings. SAVE ... on Gold Medal Flour -: GOLD MEDAL i.^, * All-Purpose L'?**'· ! Flour } """""'; GOLD MEDAL Self-Rising Flour (10 Ib. or larger) Whatever the baking, GOLD MEDAL Flour can give you the confidence you need. Because GOLD MEDAL has been a part of baking success for over 90 years. Whether it's bread, cake, cookios, or pies . .. GOLD MEDAL makes you feel like you can do anything. ^M STORE COUPON Save on vour next purchase of 10 Ib. or larger GOLD MEDAL 0 Flour « All-Purpose · Self-Rising On! f o"* cowxxi mjy be rtdewryd c i «· rt« p Mft. «0CeH: A* ivr |*»rd, ·«·»* UH ( pr*Cuc1. tn»cilMI«i will r»i»ni «*ch tavwa you t«KC*fx *or rm handling cfs*r*t. Mai tWt txtjfvti to O*n*rJ MNII, Inc., D«F). ' MhwwwU JSUO lor r*dwnpf ton. Coupon* wlK not b*honor*4 If frvw* prohtbilliw, Ikemin*. or rmrUHrj rhrw coupons. Tht c«munw ffivtl MY *nr **^* U» l*di*td. OoM triv m U.S.A. FRAUD CLAUSE: Any ilkrrnsl lo fKKvni rhll OXOX1 Ot^rVfii litt 90 oa«, el ii.-Hkie'-l itoct. » cover uxwcxn pr»Mfi*ed for i General Mills W8 SavelO^on Real Orange Juice If It isn't in the orange, it's not in Tropicana. When you see the orange and white cartons of Tropicana, pick one up and read it. That guarantee on the label is your assurance that Tropicana is 100% pure. Healthful, refreshing and strictly from the orange. You haven't tasted really good orange juice logoff On any 2 quarts or single half-gallon container of TROPICANA 100% pure, pasteurized 10 orange juice. 1J503184 . Many other brands are made from local water m ixed_ with concentrate. If "rt isn't in the orange, it's not in Tropicana.

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