AMCANU A*.. nM* r , API* tt, uft-Â« 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 -- Â«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 * Â· Â·Â· Â· Why Weight? If you're an easy gainer, be firm . . . !Â· 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 yeÂ» 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* VÂ»SIÂ«9Â« PhOM 44J-M4T PLANNING TO REDECORATE? Make Cook Paint Your First Stop For Such Materials As Â· Wallpaper Â· Paint Â· Linoleum Â· Paneling Â· Ceramic Tile Â· Marble Tops Â· 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 Â· choose those yon need for . home or worlubop now at OUT one low, low price. j Ideal pah* for wÂ«DÂ», eefl- taffc SÂ»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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