Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 67
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 67

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AMCANU A*.. nM* r , API* tt, uft-« Bonus Recipes CRANBERRY ICE CREAM % cup sugar 1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 cups cranberry juice cocktail 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin 1 tablespoon water H teaspoon almond extract 2 cups heavy cream, whipped Combine sugar and corn- tUrch, gradually sitr in cranberry juice; then cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until juice bubbles a n d thickens slightly. Soften gelatin in water for 5 minutes, then stir into hot juice until dissolved. Cool, stirring occasionally. Fold in almond extract and whipped cream. Freeze until a l m o s t firm. Turn out into a bowl and beat until fluffy. Refreeze until almost hard; then beat again until fluffy. Pour into freezer container and cover tightly. Freeze until firm. Makes about 2 pints. CHOCOLATE FILLING C tablespoons sugar 214 tablespoons regular flour 'A teaspoon salt 2 squares (2 ounces'! unsweetened chocolate 1 cup milk 1 egg yolk 'A tablespoon butter % teaspoon vanilla In a small bowl stir together sugar, flour and salt. In a 1- iuart saucepan, over low heat, heat chocolate and milk until chocolate melts; with a rotary beater, beat until blended, gradually stir in sugar mixture. Cook, stirring constantly, until thickened; continue cooking, stirring occasionally, until very thick -- about 10 minutes. Beat yolks slightly, vigorously stir in a small amount of chocolate mixture: stir back into saucepan. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, for 2 minutes. Off heat, stir in butter a n d vanilla. Cool. Use as filling for sponge cake roll--enough filling for cake baked in 15 by 10 by 1 inch pan. SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE SAUCE 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons chopped scallions or shallots '/ cup sliced mushrooms. fresh or canned 2 tablespoons flour 1 can (13-14 fl. 02.) College Inn chicken broth 1 egg yolks '/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning, if desired ',4 teaspoon salt APPLEMINCE PIE 1% cups ready to use mincemeat \\k cups finely chopped pared apple (1 very large cooking apple) 2 teaspoons grated orange rind pastry for 2-crust 8-inch pie Mix together mincemeat, apple and orange rind. Line 8-inch pie plate with pastry; add mincemeat mixture; top with pastry strips (1 inch wide) in lattice fashion; seal edges. Bake in preheated 425-degree oven until apple is cooked and pastry la brown -- «bout 31 minutes. Serve hot or reheat. SHERBET SUNDAE 1 medium cantaloupe 2 medium oranges 2 large ripe bananas Superfine granulated sugar Kirsch (domestic or imported), if desired 1 quart orange sherbet Peel the fruit; dice; mix. Add kirscli to taste. Cover and refrigerate. At serving time scoop the sherbet into individual serving dishes and surround with the fruit. Makes t servings. ILSONS jfiewng uWttttwesf ._A*tonsos Since (9)5 DOWNTOWN EMMA AVENUE SPMNGDAIE, ARK. Mien* 751-9291 i? an-* mummm * · ·· · Why Weight? If you're an easy gainer, be firm . . . !· the right places. This is no time to be a "hippie." Slice worrying won't take the pounds off, yw'd better get down to dieting. Yoa'll need a bit of relaxed discipline and a variety of taste tempting lo-cal foods to dissuade you from what's fattening. So let's start with an easy-do Peach/Pineapple Sal- ad Mold. It's two lively flavors and frait sure to keep ye» out of the crackers. The base calls for peach/pineapple cottage cheese by Foremost. The cheese layer is topped with a colorful waldorf-like gelatin mix that's surprising because it's so easy. Apples and celery, peaches and pineapple make this cottage cheese salad very pleasing. H teaspoon pepper In a small skillet, cook scallions in butter until wilted; add mushrooms and continue cooking briefly. Blend in flour, then add chicken broth. Stirring constantly, COOK over medium heat until sauce is smooth and thick- ened; remove from heat. Beat egg yolks, blend a little of the hot mixture into beaten yolki. (hen pour them into sauce. Add seasonings and return to heat. Cook, stirring, about 2 minutes. Serve. Makes approximately 2 cups. '/i MILLION rftESCKIrTION EXrttltNCI COLLIER rexall DRUG 100 W. ffton* Shopper* V»SI«9« PhOM 44J-M4T PLANNING TO REDECORATE? Make Cook Paint Your First Stop For Such Materials As · Wallpaper · Paint · Linoleum · Paneling · Ceramic Tile · Marble Tops · Art Supplies See Your Cook Man Today! Eatf SWe of Square Fayeltavilt* P A I N T LATEX LLPAI Minis* YOBI CHOICE IF TOOLS 10MLON UTEX PAINT Toot of every deKrip'lon for the do-lt-yonn'clfer! ; Caugei, file self, 12" level, 0 pc. saw let, bimmers, icrewdriveri etc. Come · choose those yon need for . home or worlubop now at OUT one low, low price. j Ideal pah* for w«D», eefl- taffc S»e coat of puint coven mo* Job* Rich, fUlf In- iih. Toor choice of white and colon. Here'* your chance to decorate your bone at ipecUl Woolworth aavlngi.

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