The News from Friendswood, Texas on December 22, 1977 · Page 11
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The News from Friendswood, Texas · Page 11

Friendswood, Texas
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Thursday, December 22, 1977
Page 11
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December », 1»77 NEWS Pill YOUR CARPETING IUTIFULLY CLEANED YOUR OWN HOME jj« matttr of a ftw hours, wt can ravlva I original baiuty and freshness. H» UM the famous Von Schradtr i method. No moisture I through to the undtr- 9 to d*mage tht pile or cklng. Th«ra Is no odor, can IM usad tha i day. CARPET CARE. INC. Gltnn HlMJtr 415-1140 15%off Select Coordinate Groups Entire Stock Holiday Apparel Includes All Sweaters [SEASONS Greetings MOM HAMILb MENS STORE 1M S. FRIENDSWOOD 182-1783 FRIENDSWOOD OPEN MON & THUR Till 8 PM awl GYNELLE Miller, (left), and Sharon Wicker, (right), owners of (he Hobblt Hallmark Shoppe In Pearland arc shown here discussing gift ideas with their customers. New Hobbit Hallmark Shoppe Opens In Sherwood Village i The grand opening of the Hobblt Hallmark Shoppe In Sherwood Village was held this past Friday and Saturday. The shop specializes In Hallmark cards and many unique gift Items. Free boxes Hallmark notes were presented to the first 500 customers during the grand opening. The shop first opened Its doors on November 18th. The owners, VISIT US AT THE BOARDWALK 1302 S. FRIENDSWOOD DR. Designers & Planners '"•wes" ^ 713 482-3395 Custom Builders lONSTRUCTION [CONCEPTS I OMPANY IJ482-3395 fMATT REALTY? ~482-3355 By Appointment 482-3381 FRIENDSWOOD RAVEL inc. 482-3491 Let Us Help Vou With Your Travel Arrangc^ents-At No Eitra Charge Gynellc Miller and Sharon Wicker, of Pearland, have been quite busy with organizational detatlii and the Christmas rush. They would like to extend their thanks to all of thclrcustomers for their support and patience during this hectic time. 16522 EL CAMINO REAL Saftwav Shopping Center 4884)166 FASHIONS Ladies Sportswear 10920 FUQUA Kroger Shopping Center 4814481 Microwave Roasting Of Poultry Simple Microwave roasting holiday poultry is as simple as placing It In the oven, turning it over once and covering thinner parts so they don't overcook •• but don't cook the giblets by microwave, advises Mrs. Fredcrica E. Seaman, County Extension Agent-Home Economics. In microwave cooking, all whole birds are turned over once during the cooking period to assure even cooking. Start cooking breast down. To prepare the turkey for cooking, wipe outside with a damp paper towel. Dry and lightly '•^alt Inside cavity. Truss securely with wing tips close to the body by wrapping with string. This prevents the limbs from protruding and touching the oven during cooking. To encourage browning, cover the entire turkey with a heavy layer of unsalted vegetable shortening. It may be sprinkled with paprika. Do not use salt on the exterior of the bird as this Interferes with the microwave cooking. During the first half of the cooking time, use small pieces of aluminum foil to cover the thinner parts of the bird, such as wing tips and end of legs, to prevent overcooking. However, do not use foil if It will touch the oven walls, because It might cause pitting of the walls she cautions. Also, use as little foil as possible since large amounts of metallic properties distort timing and can cause magnetron damage. Foil should be no closer than one Inch from oven walls or top. To keep the microwave oven clean from spatters, cover the bird loosely with wax paper. Be sure to set all birds on something to keep them out of drippings. A homemade device, such as crisscrossed wooden spoons or overturned sauce dishes will work for this. Baste frequently with Juices over the bird and remove excess drippings as soon as they collet in dish. Juices allowed to remain in the dish distort cooking time. For cooking times, check the microwave manufacturer's instruction booklet - or use a meat thermometer to check for doncness. Generally, however, It will take about seven minutes cooking time per pound of turkey, stuffed or unstuffcd. To use a meat thermometer In the meaty Inside part of the breast, taking care not to touch the bone. Be sure and remove the thermometer before returning the turkey to the oven. Temperature of the breast immediately after removal should be about 163 degrees F. After removal from oven, wrap large birds In foil and let stand for 20 to 30 minutes to equalize the temperature, for continued cooking and for firming tissue that will provide ease In carving. To cook any giblets, use a conventional cooking method, because giblets need long, slow cooking to become tender - also, they tend to pop in the microwave oven. As for stuffing, most stuffing recipes are interchangeable and can be adopted quite easily to microwave cooking. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for adapting conventional recipes. BUY IT NOW! Coteman makes your pay mentsfil Spring. There'll never be a bettor tlmt to buy a Celeman fold-down camper, lecauw right now Coloman will mate your payment* 'til Spring) During (hit tpeclal offer, the earileit buyer* an receiving check .for up lo $235. Enough for four monlhi payment*! The earlier you buy, „ . NM.-DK. (3M.(4 (330.13 Iho moro cash you'll rocolvo. You'll novw find a hotter pro- Mflten offor, to why wall? Vol "moro-Mvhigi now 'till ond of Dec. t«b* camptri will "match" Colman't program to You can "double" me amount of tavlngji on the trailer of your choice. 3 yn. financing 10% down. faraftf* $174.11 fltl M Vdtoytof* Otttyikwf (300.44 (1(4.4* »UO.M (131.71 (110.0* $100.93 (03.14 (iJJO (1M.OO BOB'S CAMPERS 6416 TELEPHONE 645-6448 tJi.H (1S.M (J0.1I (40.17 (41 -3 J i i 1 l l The carUcr you buy; the more you save, oojjr OM of hk man; the Kota la St. The Hoacowto Peking run on the Itau-Sibrriao Kailnwd It the longe* ran Jaunty tJut eta be matft without **"il 8 i> Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year from your friends and neighbors BERTHA'S In Observance of the Christmas Holiday, We will be closed Sat, Dec 24 to Mon., Dec 26 482-0808 RESTAURANT

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