Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 112
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 112

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 4, 1959
Page 112
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.3 o « -D Why Not Have a Pancake Party? hultM^Ml, t0 M a f mc ° ka PartY-^11 you can eat oi the kind you like best-- butterrmlk, blueberry or honey buckwheats, and your favorite lopping too! By Mildred K. Flanary Independent, Press-Telegram Home Economic* E 'Wl/HEN y° u sa y, "Come on ** to our house" after the show or the basketball game; pancakes can quickly solve the problem of what to serve a hungry crowd. In far less 'time . than it takes to rustle up a batch of sandwiches, you can plug in the griddle and stir up a pitcher of pancake batter. If the man of the house is handy with flapjacks, why not let him preside at the griddle while you fry bacon or sausages and make coffee! If there's time, to plan ahead,. " arrangements, can be'."a' bit'-; more elaborate, but needn't in-' ' volve a lot of work. It might be fun, for instance, to 1 offer several kinds of pancakes so guests can sample some of each or pick the one they like best. Mixes make all the favorite flavors --.buttermilk, blueberry, and buckwheat -- and" take only minutes to prepare GIVE YOUR GUESTS a choice of toppings, too -- hot maple syrup, jam, brown sugar, real comb honey for the honey buckwheats, and whipped cream for those who like it on blueberry pancakes. Bacon, ham or sausage -- or all three -- plus plenty of hot coffee -- complete the menu; ·_· "Arrange :.the . pancake party makings buffet style -- efficient as well as pretty (an extra^ griddle .borrowed from a neighbor will speed the supply Pork Chops and Cfearri ©ravy '. 4 lafge.'thick pork chops . . " · · · · · · · · · . - . · .1 cup milk or light cream ' ·-.,' · '; * .;.' - '· Salt and pepper to taste ' '1 %-cup flour ' . . ' . · ' " . T, teaspoon paprika'' .-V-'.. ·.';.·- . ' , ; ' ".. ^tablespoons bacph.fatH": ? . ' · · · · ' - -'· % teaspoon celery salt % teaspoon season-all % teaspoon garlic salt 1 pod garlic, chopped % cup water Mix flour and seasonings together. Marinate chops in flour well on both sides. Save remaining flour. Brown chops in fat on both sides, then cover and let steam for about 30 minutes Remove cover, add balance of flour and brown. Mix with fat Pour or cream over chops. Add water. Let simmer another S Unt ' 1 graVy ' S thiCk ' SerV W ' mashod POt^oes. SEBVJ3 WITH: Chilled Grapefruit, Mashed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes, Poppy Seed Rolls, Tart Jelly,' Winter Pear Salad, Lemon Snow. HOME BREAKFAST NOOKS and TABLES CUSTOM BUILT I Finest heavyweight plastic. I I Removable seats. (Easy to J I clean). Also recover nooks. | f Free cstimatci. Phone GE 8-8513 | QUALITY NOOK C0.« V 2810 E. Anaheim Editor . of hot cakes when it's time for seconds). Then when the guests arrive, pass 'a tray of fresh fruit, and from there on the party will run itself. P.S. Teenagers like pancakes, too. They'd love a "do-it-yourself" pancake party in the kitchen. Following are some Pancake Pointers you'll want to keep handy: For Extra-Special Pancakes, Add to Batten Bits of fried bacon, ham or sausage. Whole kernel corn. Chopped nut meats. Chocolate chips. Wild rice (cooked). Pieces of canned tuna, chicken or turkey. Good Toppings Breakfast: Cranberry saiice Hot, spiced apple sauce Sour cream and marmalade Cream cheese and fresh or frozen strawberries Comb honey Jelly or jam Main dish: Creamed chipped beef Chicken or turkey ala king (with chopped pimiento and green pepper) Cheese sauce with asparagus Creamed mushrooms or eggs "Dill sauce Dessert: Orange or lemon sauce Whipped cream and fruit (pineapple, cherries, berries) -Hot fudge sauce . Thickened fruit juice Baking Tips Pancakes will be more tender if-you do not. overheat the..batter; leave small lumps. For pancakes of uniform size, use' small measuring cup for pouring 'batter, jjnto^ griddle. One-fourth"Clip" of batter makes. pne 4',2-inch.pancake. Griddle is right temperature if drops of water "dance",when sprinkled on .it,. .: Pancakes can be baked ahead '. and kept warm on a platter in a slow,oven. '· ' . .. · . ,- ... even if you shopped BLIND-FOLDED at Iowa Pork Shops... you couWn'f moire a bad selection.' Our meals are always fresh, lender, well-frimmec/. From lop (o bollom, you ore assured of crisp, pick-o'-lhe-crop produce . . . and, you ore bound lo pick a lop qualify brand l,om our Iremendous varie/ies of low-priced groceries/ No mailer whaf foods you buy. you save double because we give famous %«H" GREEN STAMPS of NO exfra cosf ol Iowa Pork Shops! LIBBY'S FROZEN BCYSENBERRY PIE Luscious, f r e s h - f r u i t flavor! Ready to bake. LARGE 24-OZ. SIZE OSCAR MAYER'S SMOKIE LINKS Fully c o o k e d , s l o w s m o k e d ! Just heat! 12-OUNCE PKG. 53 LARGE EASTERN PORK CHOPS Where . . . but IOWA PORK SHOPS could you gel such moof.y corn-fed chops so tender and juicy . . . so low ii Bartlett Pears ^£^5 ** $| ScoUissue c tSsh T ::'i etR :r"3 ^35c Tomato Sauce Fo L p T ium 4 ^ 29c P O R K C H O P S C -P 79JL. --Araaitional It (cat UatiieA Sliced Bacon '°^ ASTp g RuKAs ,t HT ? ps 59,1 rIKoI ^JUALI1 T ^J j |D. U-I A |;U,.J. C^ojaL-c SLICED FRESH CO= naiiouT oieaKS NORTHERN HSH Oyib. .usl one w e e d con h o v e a s e l l e r smoother comoloxiori C A B B A G E KERN'S PRESERVES 29 C Apricot Peach or Apricot-Pineapple I2-D2. JAR lna.6 for Ljour (/J$iidaet! DEI MONTE · r- STEWED TOMATOES O "cTM PICTSWEET FROZEN ' _ . ^\ i-- r-N GREEN BEANS X 3 £ 59 C SKIPPY VITAMIN-RICH c " DOG FOOD s s ;i Jcl 1 PRICES GOOD MONDAY Ihru Wednesday Jan. 5, 6, 7, 1959 Visit fhe new store In COMPTON at 1940 BULLIS ROAD! __ ,, QUANTITY / » I _ RIGHTS C RESERVED

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