Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 15
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PAGE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1968 Throw Burger Bash For National Hamburger Month Sky-High Burgers By GAIL GROSSETTA Citizen Staff Writer Teen-age gourmets and chefs! Raise your voices in praise for it has been decreed, March is National Hamburger Month. How to celebrate? Hurry to the nearest hamburger stand and eat up. Another good way to observe the occasion might be to call up friends and throw a burger bash. In honor of the month here is a recipe for the tallest, wildest hamburger you've ever seen. Sure to impress guests, it will satisfy even the hungriest of them. With three hamburgers and layers of sweet pickle relish and other embellishments, it's so tall it can't be held in the hand and eaten. Provide knives and forks, and let friends figure out what to do, They may pause a moment, but they will devise various methods to tackle Sky-High Burgers and devour them. National Hamburger Month lasts 30 days so you'll need another unusual hamburger recipe. The next one is Stuffed Burgers and is about what you'd expect from the name. Two hamburger patties en- Mrs. Carmack Elected Mrs. Beth Carmack has been elected president of the Tucson Woman's Club. The election took place during Monday's general meeting of the group. Assisting Mrs. Carmack for the 1968-69 club year will be Mrs. Wilbur G. Graf, first vice president; Mrs. Robert N. Hillock, second vice president; Mrs. J. R. Hadd, third vice president; and Mrs. C. H. Schabacker, fourth vice president. Other new officers to be installed May 6 are Mrs. Warren Walker, recording secretary; Mrs. C. F. Weinzapfel, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. John J. Durkin, treasurer. La Leche League Sets Annual Sale The third annual "Stork Stock-Up" is slated Friday, March 15, by La Leche League of Tucson. The 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. sale will be held at the American Baptist Church, 1900 N. Country Club Road. Mrs. Larry Lane is chairman of the event which will feature the sale of baby clothes, infant equipment and maternity wear. Proceeds will be used to help maintain four area libraries of the local La Leche League. At these libraries, books and leaflets on breastfeeding, childbirth and child care are made available to interested mothers and professional workers. Those who wish to donate items for the sale may contact Mrs. William Meyers, 821 E. Camino De Los Padres, or Mrs. Dave Watson, 8042 E. Hayne St. Harry Golden To Be Honored At Reception Harry Golden, this week's S u n d a y Evening Forum speaker, will be honored at an informal reception immediately following the forum. The public is welcome to attend the reception which is slated at the Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. Fred A. Rosen will be host for the evening and Mmes. Rosen and Mrs. Harry Gorodess will be hostesses. 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It's terrific with all that spice and melty cheese inside SKY-HIGH BURGERS IVz pounds ground chuck 1 teaspoon salt % teaspoon celery salt % teaspoon pepper 4 hamburger buns, toasted Catsup Sweet pickle relish (about 1 cup) 4 onion slices 4 tomato slices Mustard 4 small sweet gherkins 1. Mix together chuck, salt, celery salt and pepper. 2. Shape info 12 patties about three inches in diameter (about two ounces each). 3. Pan fry patties to desired doneness. 4. Build up each hamburger by layering in this order: bottom half of bun, spread with catsup; pickle relish; 1 burger; more relish; 1 onion slice; another burger; relish again; 1 tomato slice; the third burger; a last layer of relish; top half of bun, spread with mustard. 5, Garnish with a small sweet gherkin on a wooden pick. Makes four. STUFFED BURGERS 2 pounds ground chuck V/ 2 teaspoons seasoned salt Dash pepper 1 cup sweet fresh cucumber pickles % cup grated Swiss cheese (about two ounces) 8 hamburger buns, split and toasted Mustard 1. Lightly mix beef with seasoned salt and pepper;' divided into 16 parts. 2. Shape into sjxteen %-inch patties. 3. Top eight with pickle slices; sprinkle with cheese. 4. Cover with remaining patties and seal edges. 5. Broil three to four inches from source of heat five minutes per side or until desired doneness. 6. Place in buns, spread with mustard. 7. Serve with additional pickles if desired. Makes 8 burgers. Store Hours 9:30-5:30 T H E Kaibab Shop T U C S O N Cottons From India Bill Atkinson sport* clothes filled with the magic lore of India. Picked, spun, dyed and woven all by hand and sometimes embroidered. Silver buttons glinting on cottons so right For right now. Softly exciting colors of Orange, Blue, Pink and White. Sizes 8-16 Shell: $10 Skirt: $16 Jacket: $32 271 N. 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