Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on November 12, 1980 · Page 42
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2F, SfG?esmon-JouMoJ, SoJem, Ore, Wednsidoy," November 12, 1933 Pears in compote for winter treat I Fresh Western winter pears, available from October through May, add a welcome fresh touch to winter menus. A. nice way to them is in a compote with dates, red ; grapes, canned pineapple chunks and apricot halves. i , WINTER PEAR COMPOTE ; ' v 3 fresh winter pears (d'Anjou, Bosc or Cornice) . 1 can (17 ounces) apricot halves, drained 1 can (8 ounces) pineapple chunks, undrained 1 cup halved, red grapes, seeded if necessary t '2 cup dates, halved I 1 Tablespoon brandy, if desired Core and slice pears. Combine with remaining ingre-. dients. Makes six servings. More poultry recip 0 Continued from Page IF. gether eggs, milk and salt. Pour over sandwiches. Bake in preheated 350F. oven 35 to 40 minutes, or until egg mixture is set. Serve hot. Serves four. Eggs Pizza 'i V SUPER FRESH Fish Fillets i (from Newport) ; JitUmFFEa.... 1.39 lb. I RCCX EASS.... 1.35 lb. ! SAZLECC3 1.35 lb. j U"5CCD 1.65 lb. rZSCi - 1.49lb. OYSTERS t&nvix) Nitwit.... 12.95 UN M FROZEN . (WKi nalUtU) : FREE DELIVERY IN SALEM Phone 363-1 1 77, 9 a.m.- p !aim , H 743-2738, Tumr ; Pears make a winter compote Pacific Kitchen SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MICROWAVE CLASSES Class 1: Nov. 17-18 or Dec. 1-2 CLASS 2: Nov. 24-25 or Dec. 8-9 All classes 7-9pm. $10 par personper class CHILDRENS CLASSES Dec. 6 or 13, 10-12. Fee: $5 Centers of America Please call for reservations 364-7712 . Here's how to whip inflation and conserve energy with Wheatena and Maypo. Just bank the dime, serve a delicious hot cereal on a cold morning, and you're in business. Choose one coupon. I I uTif -A Save on your next purchase of Wheatena hot wheat cereal. MD30D 1DD373 r 1 IWUb Save on your next purchase of Maypo maple-flavored oatmeal. m a a a a m a 3" TO THE GROCER: You are authorized to act as nur agent (or the redemption of this cuuptin provided yu and the consumer have complied with the terms of this offer. We will reimburse you for the coupon face value, plus 7 for handling, provided this coupon has been redeemed by a consumer at the time of purchase of the brand indicated, invoices proving purchase of sufficient slock of the specified product to cover coupons redeemed must be shown upon request. This coupon is non-assignable, non-transferable and may not be reproduced. Consumer must pay any sales tax. Void where, prohibited, taxed or restricted by law. Good only in 1 ll.S. A. Cash value l2t)(. C moons will not he honored if presented through unauthorized third parties. For redemption, mail to Standard Milling Company, P.O. Box 1610, Clinton. Iowa 52734 LIMIT ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE. COUPON GOOD ONLY ON PRODUCT INDICATED-ANY OTHER USE CONSTITUTES FRAUD. COUPON EXPIRES DEC. 31, 1381. STORE COUPON if Citaei Bit f ffmilli Barfa . Natural, Old Fashioned . Goodness in a ConvenientjA Great grandma cooked with buttermilk because she knew it made baked goods great. . , light, even textured and delicious! Now you can keep real buttermilk conveniently in your kitchen. SAC0 CULTURED BUTTERMILK POWDER is a bargain! Easy to use. Easy to store. There's no waste because you use only the amount your reciDe calls for and store the rest for ud to a vear. Trv it todav ...... rf in onp nf vour favorite buttermilk rprines. Or trv nnp nf nurel ! ... . i - - - j Three kitchen tested Buttermilk Sampler recipe-file I card sets are available. To order your setts) send 50 for I each group desired to: Saco Foods, P.O. Box 5461, Madison, Wf 53705. Please specify original recipe set j AD, or new recipe set BD or CD. Total enclosed j t (14 different recipes in each set.) Name '. I Address ' City : .State. .Zip. !13C STORE COUPON Teui!r v$ TO THE DEALER: You are authorized to act as an agent of Saco Foods. Inc. to redeem this coupon for I3 on the purchase of Saco Cultured Buttermilk Powder. Mail to Saco Foods, Inc., Box 5461, Madison, Wisconsin 53705. We will then pay you 13 plus 5 handling. Redemptions not honored through Brokers or other outside agencies. Coupons are non-transferable and void if use is prohibited, taxed, restricted or license is required. Cash redemption value I 20th cent. Sales tax to be paid by consumer. FRAUD CLAUSE: Any other application of this coupon constitutes fraud. Invoices providing purchases within 90 days of sufficient stock to cover coupons presented for redemption must be available upon request. Changes predicted in supermarkets By DEBBIE GUMP Gannett News Service When you go shopping in the 1980s, whether for food or a plane ticket, you may not have to look farther than your closest grocery store. As the energy crunch inhibits store-to-store driving, national supermarket experts say, the typical grocery store may grow to make room for services ranging from banking to gift shops. As producers try to cut shipping costs and expand production, expect more dehydrated products such as dried champagne or powdered soy sauce. Store officials predict continued growth of low-fat and natural foods, more electronic checkouts and scanners, bigger and remodeled stores but few new ones, more generic games and giveaways. . Restaurants will become smaller, tending towerd ethnic or unusual menus. Here's a look at some of the best guesses from food scientists and nutritionists: ' -Just as hikers pack dried foods to avoid lugging water, producers probably will use more dehydrated foods to cut transportation costs. For example, it's cheaper to ship a packet of dehydrated vinegar across country instead of the whole bottle. ; Dried foods, food scientsts predict, could include martinis, butter, even a high-protein sweetener made from bran. ' Turkey and chickens will weigh up to 30 pounds, with less fat, more muscle and less skin to accomodate the growing demand for leaner meat. Even now a "polyunsaturated cow" fed a mixture of soybean meal mixed with corn and safflower oil to produce meat lower in saturated animal fat - has been developed at the U.S. Animal Research Center in Clay City, Neb. " Fish and seafood will take a larger share of the market as aquaculture - the science of growing marine life in controlled environments becomes more refined. "Greenhouse" shrimp already are a reality, grown in long, narrow troughs alongside tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce at the Environmental Research Lab in Tuscon. The same lab is growing produce in desert sand, Bibb lettuce in Styrofoam boards floating in tanks of water and tomato plants in mid-air with their exposed roots fed by a nutrient mist. Other forecasts made by supermarket exectives in a special '80s edition of the trade newspaper Supermarket News include: Generics finally will become entrenched on super market shelves. Convenience foods will have a boomlet to satisfy the time constraints of two income households. Freezer sections will shrink because of high energy costs. Some experts say box stores small stores with no more than 500 products and a bag-your-own-groceries, no-frills policy will be the store design of the '80s. 6 eggs . '3 cup water ' y2 teaspoon salt V4 teaspoon leaf oregano, crushed Dash pepper 2 Tablespoons butter . '4 cup pizza sauce V2 cup (2 ounces) shredded , Mozzarella cheese Mix eggs, water, salt, oregano and pepper with fork! Heat butter in 10-inch omelet pan or skillet with ovenproof handle until just hot enough to sizzle a drop of water. Pour in egg mixture. Mixture should set at edges at once. With pancake turner, carefully draw cooked portions at edges toward center so uncooked portions flow to bottom. Tilt skillet as necesary to hasten flow of uncooked eggs. Slide pan rapidly back and forth over heat to keep mixture in motion and sliding freely. While top is still moist and creamy-looking, spread with pizza sauce and sprinkle with cheese. Broil until cheese melts. With pancake turner, slide from pan onto serving plate. To serve, cut into wedges. To make handle ovenproof, wrap it with aluminum foil. Serves three. Garden Omelet 4 eggs . yK cup water y2 teaspoon salt Dash pepper 2 Tablespoons butter, divided Mix eggs, water, salt and pepper, with fork. Heat 1 tablespoon butter in omelet pan or 8-inch skillet until just hot enough to sizzle a drop of water. Pour in about y2 cup egg mixture. Mixture should set at edges at once. With pancake turner, carefully draw cooked portions at edges toward center, so uncooked portions flow to bottom. Tilt skillet as necessary so uncooked eggs can flow. - Slide pan rapidly back and forth over heat to keep mixture in motion and sliding freely. While top is still moist and creamy-looking, spoon half of the Garden Filling over half of omelet. With pancake turner fold in half or roll, turning out onto platter with a quick flip of the wrist. Keep warm. Repeat with remaining egg mixture for a second omelet; fill with remaining filling. Garden Filling: '4 cup chopped onion .2 Tablespoons butter - 2 medium tomatoes, peeled and : . chopped ' 1 medium zucchini, sliced . - V4 cup chopped green pepper 2 Tablespoons snipped parsley : iy2 teaspoons seasoned salt In saucepan, cook onion in '2 tablespoons butter over medium heat until tender but not brown, about 4 to 5 minutes. Stir in remaining vegetables, parsley and seasoned, salt. Simmer, uncovered, about 5 minutes or until thick. Apple-Wine Chicken A fresh fryer halves l2 cup butter or margarine, melted 2 teaspoons salt 2 Tablespoons apple jelly . lA cup white wine Coupon expires Dec. 31, 1983 13C r l v n (1l '' Enjoy healthy savings on Sunlitef the 100 Sunflower oil. Sunlite contains no cholesterol, and is higher in polyunsaturates than corn oil. And Sunlite gives a deliciously light, non-greasy taste to your fried foods , and garden fresh salads. For deliciously light meals and healthy savings get Sunlite. . STORE COUPON I i 1 si?JjV7 Lj On 32 or 48 oz. size SUNLITE'100 Sunflower Oil TO GROCER: This coupon will be redeemed tor lace value plus 7( handling if used in accordance with the oiler stated hereon Invoice(s) satisfactorily proving to Hunt-Wesson Foods, inc.. that you have purchased sufficient stock to cover coupons presented for redemption must be shown on request. Coupon is void it taxed, prohibited or restricted by law. Cash value 1100C. Valid only in U S A This coupon is not assignable or transferable Mail coupon to Hunt-Wesson Foods. Inc . P.O. Box 1470. Clinton, Iowa 52734 1980 Hunt-Wesson Foods Inc A ' Norton Simon. Inc. Co. COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 3a 1981. Ofler limited to one coupon per purchase. n f j 1 1 1 1 kji mi Oil . V m I mm i . Tra-MWMnmm.nl, I unit I I mi - a Brush chicken halves thoroughly with melted butter or margarine. Sprinkle with salt. Mash apple jelly with a fork then stir in wine gradually. Brush this mixture on both sides of the chicken halves. Place the chicken, skin side down, in a broiler pan. Place in oven as far away from heating element as possible. Broil for 30 minutes then turn skin side up and continue broiling until chicken is evenly browned and cooked, approximately 20 minutes longer. Baste occasionally with the pan drippings. Yields four to eight servings. Zesty Cream Chicken Vfi to 3 pounds fresh fryer parts 1 cup sour cream teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon celery salt 1 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon lemon juice : 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 14 teaspoon pepper 1 cup dry bread or cracker crumbs - xh cup grated, toasted, blanched almonds Combine sour cream, salt, celery salt,-paprika, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce and pepper. Dip chicken into this mixture. Spread remaining cream mix- ture in bottom of 13 x 9-inch shallow baking dish. Shake chicken pieces in a bag containing combined crumbs and al-. monds. Arrange chicken in a single layer, skin side up, in baking dish. Bake uncovered at 375F about 1 hour or until chicken is fork tender and surface is crusty brown. Yields four to five servings. ; Quiche O'Brien 1 (9-inch) unbaked pie shell .' 6 eggs, beaten 1 can (13 ounces) evaporated milk 8 ounces process American cheese, cubed ' 1 Tablespoon instant minced onion '4 teaspoon seasoned salt 14 cup chopped green pepper s 2 Tablespoons chopped pimiento Brush inside of pie shell with small amount of beaten eggs. Prick bottom and sides with fork. If using a pie plate, bake shell in preheated 425F oven 5 minutes, or until light golden brown. If using a metal pie pan, bake shell at 450F. Set pie shell aside. Reduce oven temperature to 350F for pie plate, 375F for metal pie pan. In large saucepan, heat evaporated milk, cheese, onion and salt together, stirring frequently, until cheese melts. Gradually beat eggs into hot cheese-milk mixture. Stir in green pepper and pimiento. With pie shell on oven rack, carefully pour egg mixture into shell. Bake in preheated oven 30 to 35 minutes, or until knife inserted near center comes out clean. Let stand 5 minutes before serving. Regal Chicken 4 fresh fryer halves 1 teaspoon salt ' cup butter or margarine, melted ' 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce ' 1 teaspoon curry powder 1 teaspoon oregano , ' teaspoon dry mustard '2 teaspoon garlic powder teaspoon paprika 2 or 3 dashes Tabasco 13 cup dry Sherry . Season chicken halves on both sides with salt. Place halves skin side down in shallow baking pan. Blend remaining ingredients and brush halves generously with this sauce. Bake in 350F oven - turning and - basting halves with pan drippings several times. Bake until chicken is fork tender and drumstick twists easily out of thigh joint, approximately 1 to l'2 hours. Temperature may be increased during last 15 minutes to crisp the chicken, if desired. Garnish with spiced peaches and parsley. ', j ; Yields four to eight servings. CI!&Ii&Zm iZay ClNtIai 27000 loon W P'WeWwftHHM BWWIBWMPIBiB PeWkCsIWB fftH&l m mmmmmm ItMiMMj ttasEKsJ .Ws Glazed chicken For a rosy glaze on the roast.-chicken tonight, heat a can of fruit cocktail with a small jar of currant ' jelly and a cinnamon stick. Spoon over chicken just be-pre serving. LLH9W If -.-erv. r. v :'1,.r.iVl Italian styla!

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