Independent from Long Beach, California on January 23, 1975 · Page 75
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 75

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, January 23, 1975
Page 75
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..wnwfcv, Jin. B, «» , Jstv. a 1W Mid-winter calls for meat with special flavor flair The festive food of the holidays is out of style to be replaced by something more robust and austere to suit the mood of brisk winter days and tightened budgets. Topping the list of meaty midwinter fare is beef brisket. Cook it the old-fashioned way -- in water to cover spiced with peppercorns and whole cloves. This recipe cooks with celery, onion, and carrot whose juices blend with those of the meat for good broth. Try brisket with horseradish -- plain or mixed with sour cream. Pot roast takes on new taste marinated in spiced cranberry juice then simmered in the marinade backed up with horseradish. You get a rich brown gravy--you'd never guess the secret was cranberry. FOR POT ROASTING, beef chuck arm or blade bone is best Beef short ribs are more old-fashioned fare people hanker for in cool weather. Simmer short ribs-in tomato sauce, molasses, and mustard laced with Worcestershire and clove and serve over noodles. Leftover ham takes on elegant airs ground and baked in a loaf surrounded with glazed canned pear halves. Pear syrup goes into the loaf and into the glaze for meat and fruit. Beef brisket 4 pound fresh beef brisket 2 onions, quartered 3 carrots, chopped t cop chopped celery 1 tablespoon salt 10 whole peppercorns 10 whole cloves Place brisket in Dutch oven; add vegetables and seasonings. Barely cover with water. Cover pot with Different meat loaf Sometimes it's fun to do something different with the same old thing. Take meat loaf, for instance. Meat loaf can be varied by a myriad of spices and other seasonings but you can vary the theme even more by the way you cook it. Instead of baking the meat loaf, put it in a covered pot and cook with sauce and vegetables like pot roast. Results are moist and delicious. Meat loaf roast IVi pounds ground beef Vz cap fine cracker crumbs V: cup chopped onion cup snipped parsley teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper teaspoon oregano cans (8 ounces each) tomato sauce 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon salad oil 6 carrots, pared and cat in 2-inch slices 6 potatoes, pared and halved '/4 pound fresh green beans, cut up, or 1 package (10 ounces) frozen cut green beans Combine b round beef, cracker crumbs, o n i o n , parsley, egg, seasonings and % of one can of tomato sauce with mushrooms. Add oil to Dutch oven; shape meat mixture in loaf about 6 inches long in Dutch oven. Cover and cook over low heat 20 minutes. Spoon off fat. Arrange vegetables around meat and sprinkle with extra salt and pepper. (If frozen beans are used, add last 15 minutes of cooking.) Combine rest of tomato sauce with Worcestershire and pour over meat; cover and simmer 45 minutes or till vegetables are done. R e m o v e meat and vegetables to platter. Skim fat from sauce in pan and serve with meat. Also serve catsup. Makes 6 servings. NO NEED TOADD MEAT So delicious alone it takes the place of meat-to cut your food bills. DUMPtETS DINNER " NewDumplets Dinne: is different. Not a hamburger-stretcher, but specially prepared to be enjoyed "as is," without meat- and for only about 10c a serving. Dumplets Dinner cooks up to a delectable and nourishing combination of tender little enriched macaroni dumplets in a savory chicken flavored sauce. Package directions tell you how to add variety, too, so you can make Dumplets Dinner a week-after-week regular in your meal pianning-and save Next time you shop, look or ask for new Dumplets Dinner-another fine product of American Beauty, the macaroni people. NEW from American Beauty -The Macaroni People lid and simmer 3 to 4 hours or till meat is tender. Slice meat thinly across the grain. If desired, thicken broth for gravy. Serve with p l a i n horseradish or 3 tablespoons horseradish mixed with 1 cup sour cream and salt and pepper to taste. Makes 10 to 12 servings. Cranberry pot roast 4 to 5-pound beef arm or blade pot roast 1 teaspoon mixed pickling spices 1 teaspoon salt '/4 teaspoon pepper 2 cups cranberry-juice cocktail 1 tablespoon fat for frying '/4 cup prepared horseradish 1 cup chopped onion Add spices, salt and pepper to cranberry juice; bring to boiling and simmer 5 minutes. Cool to room temperature. Place meat, in shallow baking dish and pour the cranberry marinade over; cover with foil and refrigerate overnight, turning meat now and then. Drain meat. Strain and reserve marinade. Brown pot roast in the 1 tablespoon hot fat. Pour off drippings. Ble.nd '/a cup of the reserved marinade with the horseradish and onion; add to pot roast. Cover and simmer 2'/4 hours or till meat is tender. Remove meat to platter. For gravy, add enough of the reserved marinade to cooking liquid to measure 2 cups. Mix a small amount of cold water with 3 tablespoons flour to make a smooth paste; stir flour mixture into liquid and cook and stir till thick and bubbling. Add salt and pepper to taste. Makes 10 to 12 servings. Tomato short ribs 3 to 4 pounds beef short ribs 1 can (8 ounces or 1 cup) tomato sauce 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce "4 cup molasses Vt cup prepared mustard 1 onion, chopped 1 teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon pepper % teaspoon ground cloves Brown short ribs in Dutch oven in small amount of hot fat. Cover and simmer 1 hour. Pour off drippings. Combine tomato ' sauce, Worcestershire, molasses, mustard, onion, seasonings, and Vz cup water; pour over short ribs; Cover and simmer 1 hour or till tender. FRESH BEEF BRISKET THINLY SLICED IS HOMESPUN AND HE ARTY FARE If you want gravy, pour off cooking liquid and add water to make 2 cups. Blend 3 tablespoons flour with enough cold water to make a smooth paste. Add flour mixture to cooking liquid; cook and stir till thick and bubbling. Serve short ribs plain or on noodles and pour gravy over. Makes 6 to 8 servings. Ham loaf with pears 1 can (1 pound, 13 ounces) pear halves -· 4 cups (2 pounds) ground ham 1 cup fine dry bread crumbs . . V 2 eggs Vz cup finely chopped celery % cup finely chopped onion tablespoon prepared horseradish teaspoon prepared mustard Shape in loaf in shallow baking pan. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees) 45 minutes. Arrange pear halves around loaf. Combine orange marmalade, the 2 tablespoons pear syrup, the vinegar and 1 tablespoon mustard. Spoon over ham,loaf and pear halves; bake 15 minutes or till ham loaf is done, basting 5 or 6 times. Makes 6 servings. 1 1 '/z teaspoon salt '/4 teaspoon pepper Few drops bottled hot pepper sauce % cup orange marmalade 2 tablespoons vinegar · 1 tablespoon prepared mustard Drain pears, reserving V4 cup pear syrup for ham loaf and 2 tablespoons for glaze. To make ham loaf, combine ground ham, bread crumbs, eggs, the Vt cup pear syrup, celery, onion, horseradish, 1 teaspoon mustard, salt, pepper, and hot-pepper sauce. Buy a Steak Sandwich With this coupon we ! ii give you one order of onion rings for \Q(. when you buy one ^ Jack Steak Sandwich. That's a savings of 25?. One ·.'.'.. per customer per visit. Valid tf. all participating Jack-in-the-Box Family Restaurants. This offer is good until February 15, 1975, of four onion rings when you buy a Jack Steak Sandwich SPRING STREET LONG BEACH STORE 6235 E. Spring Street At Palo Verde Avenue "OUR met PROTECTION POLK'T GUARANTEES THESE PRICK TO BE EFFECTIVE FROM WEDNESDAY JANUARY MND THRU TUESDAY JANUARY 2ITH, 1975". , · ji GENT'S WATCH 17-jewels in this handsome, sport- style time piece with sweep second hand, brilliant luminous 3 dial and matching expansion band, GOLDEN WHEEL ASSORTMENT Beautiful gold finished accessories for your home. Your choice of decorative round ashtray on legs, red backed velvet picture frame on a small stand, gold rimmed ashtray, original hand ring holder for organization and beauty, round lipstick holder filled with sparkling blue stones or a gold filled clasping hands hand towel holder. You'll want all these accessories while they last at Lucky low, low price. YOUR CHOICE YD in the 2ox WESTCLOX WALL CLOCKS ,, _ Paul Bunyan size'.'Poclcot ft .l" "\ "' at -"" 01 0 fob. riouvy I .;-^-,)) cna ' n ent ' 8 ln a decorative ^'c^'vy fob. Somonrtumorol dial with flnrnl motif 12-1/2" high, 8-3/4" wide, REG. 12.96 ASA HIOWI !f

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