The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 21, 1960 · Page 11
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Greenville, Mississippi Thursday, July 21, 1960 No. 277 Sausage Roll-Dps Are Real Gobble-Up Snacks If you are looking for something new, different, tasty and n u t r i t i o n s f o r a forthcoming brunch, lunch, bridge parly or cocktail gathering, try t h e s e wheat germ - fortified sausage and/or pizza roll-ups. Half the work is done for you before you start. The sausages are (he precooked kind you'll find in the grocery mart, and the basis of the dough is a packaged biscuit mix. All you adtl to the sausage roll-ups is milk and wheat germ. The wheat cereal, rich in protein, iron, vitamin E and the B vitamins, adds nutritional punch and a subtle nut-like flavor. The pizza roll-ups, highly appe- ing c o c k t a i l hors d'oucvrcs are made from the same basic recipe, except that you add powdered onion and oregano and cat sup. At lunches or bridge affairs the sausage roll-ups can be complemented with a stuffed-torn all vegetable salad and lemonade 01 fmil punch. Helpful Hints Delightful Change Sandwich change: s p r e a sliced bread with i mixture butter and Roquefort cheese when you are using fillings smoked tongue, baked ham luncheon meat. Lois of men like these served with marinated on ion rings. Taste Treat Ever serve dumplings with f r a n k f u r t e r s and sauerkraut? SAUSAGE ROLL-UPS ARE TOPS IN TASTE -- The lowly sausage becomes king for the day when served in these wheat germ-enriched roll- ups. The recipe for the sausage roll-ups is easily converted into pizza roll-ups with the addition of powdered onion and oregano and catsup. NOW! SAVE «· every roll oi 20 exposure 35mm ANSCOCHROME Color Film 1 Nad wry roll of ^ MOVIECHROME-8* Tak« more pictures this cummer thanks to this giant saving on the world's finest 35ram color film--· Anscochrome. Regularly priced al $2.05--now $1.55, HURRY! THE MORE YOU BUY THE MORE YOU SAVE! Now get your summer siijv pty of new Moviechrome-S. It's twice us fast as the film you ore probably using now. TCepulnrly p at S2.85-now $2.35. C. L. .417 Washington Ave. Also Available At Phone 2-0511 SUNFLOWER GIFT SHOP MAIN EDISON STREETS Helpful Hints A new ready mixed milk additive . in imitation strawberry flavor makes a pretty pink bev erage with added vitamin content. [t mixes instantly in cold milk and can also be used for sodas, popsjckles, sauces and cake frosting? ; (Strawberry Quik) A fresh tomato-lima bean combination complements summer barbecues. Melt 2 tablespoons ol butter or margarine in a large shallow pan or skillet. Add 2 peeled tomatoes, cut in eights, 3 Ibs of shelledjima beans, l 1 /^ teaspoon of salt find */ t cup of water. Cover tightly. Cook 20 minutes or un til tender, stirring occasionally. Serves 4. . Honey fruit dressing is espec ially good over cantaloupe and other melons served as salad Nfash 1 large ripe banana in 1/4 cup of honey. Add 1/4 cup o orange juice and salt to laste Blend in l / 2 cup of sieved cottage cheese. For thinner dressing, adc more orange juice. Crunchy salad combines chopped hearts of celery with chopped walnuts or pecan and may onnaise. Serve on leaves of cris] iceberg lettuce. Fresh STEW MEAT Lean and Tender ----- Lb. GROUND BEEF 89 C Pure J Lbs. SWIFTS BABY BEEF STEAKS · Loin · Round · T-Bone Lb, 69 All Good BOLOGNA... 3 LBS .99 ( Unmade Pork SAUSAGE ........ 3 LBS. 79' Red Cross SPAGHETTI 10' SUGAR 5.BS.49' Fresh Meaty NECK BONES.. LB. 15' Delta SYRUP HALF GAL. Large IMONS DOZ. 29' Pet or Comation MILK . fi SMALL 44- OLEO Pack :*. 15' LB Very Meaty Short RIBS *. 19 ( LB J. SHAMOON THI 119 MAN WITH THI UTTll PUCES-- WHIII rou oir ;HI IIP rot 1111 OUR STORE IS OPEN ON SUNDAY 8 A.M. TO It NOON COH. EDISON UNION 12 precooked sausages 2 cups packaged biscuit mix 1-3 cup wheat germ 2-3 cup milk Brown sausages about 3 minutes and drain well on absorbent aper. Mix biscuit mix and wheat germ in a bowl. Add milk and mix into a soft dough. Knead on floured board about 15 strokes. Roll into an oblong 12 x 8 inches, "ut into 2-Ench strips and cut each strip in half. Wrap each sausage with dough. Bake on unglazed brown paper on cookie sheet in hot oven (425 F.) for 12-15 minutes. Makes 12 roll-ups. Pizza Roll-Ups 12 precooked sausages 2-1/4 cups packaged biscuit mix 1-3 cup wheat germ Yi teaspoon powdered oregano 1 teaspoon instant" powdered on- on 2-3 cup milk 3 tablespoons catsup Brown sausages about 3 minutes in hot skillet. Drain well on paper towels. Mix biscuit mix, wheat germ, and oregano. Combine milk, onion, and catsup and let stand 5 minutes. Add to dry ingredients and mix into a soft dough. Knead on floured board for 15 strokes. Roll dough into an oblong 12 x 8 inches. Cul into 2-inch strips and cut each strip in hall, Wrap each sausage with dough. Bake on ungJazec brown paper on cookie sheet in hot oven (425 F.) for 12-15 minutes. Makes 12. For cocktails, cut each sausage in half, ant cut dough En 1-inch strips. Makes 24 cocktail roll-ups. Ring-A-Rosy Hot Dogs Are Worth A Try When you serve this round hot dog, you'll leave friends saying: "What will they think of next?" The "Ring-a-Rosy Hot Dog," a rare treat which is being introduced by the National Hot Month Council. Served on a hamburger ·ou can fill the doughnut-like hole in the center of the round ict dog with condiments, tasty cheese, spicy sauces, crushed pineapple or sauerkraut. Ring-A-Rosy Hot Dogs Rings - 2 Ib. hot logs 2 packages hamburger buns Rosy sauce % cup cider vinegar l /4 cup water !-'/£ teaspoon celery seed 1-VS teaspoon mustard seed J /j teaspoon saU 4-\i teaspoons sugar Dash tabasco 2 medium onions, chopped 6 firm, ripe tomatoes, cut up I green pepper, chopped 1 cucumber, chopped Combine vinegar, water, and seasonings. Boil 12 minutes. Pourjl over chopped vegetables. Cool. Slash hot dogs horizontally 'I eight times being careful not to-1 cut through bottom. Form into a ring and fasten with a tooth pick. Cook hot dogs on broiler or charcoal grill. Toast buns. Remove tooth picks and place franks bun. Spoon generous sen-ing |j of Rosy sauce into hole in center, jj Serve immediately. Makes sandwiches. Frozen Peas Sparkle In Baked Salad Refreshingly different is this use of leftover roast chickcr 01 turkey in a hot baked salad. The usual mayonnaise, celery, and die ed poultry mixture is not only baked, but livened with the spring sweetness of frozen green peas, then lopped with hread cubes ant grated cheese before baking. Serve Baked Chicken Salad from a big casserole for a buffet supper men will enjoy, or as iniliv idual hot salads in smart little overcd ramekins uncheon. for a ladies' poos, cooked Crunchy sliced almonds, minced onion ami scarlet pimienlo give extra llavor Find color to the bak- id salad. For sophisticated palates, lemon juice provides still 'urther accent, but to preserve the newly-shelled glowing green color of the frocn peas, omit the lemon juice, which tends to dim it. Either way, the peas keep the vine-fresh taste which distinguishes the frozen variety. Daked Chicken Salad With Frozen Peas (6 servings) 2 cups cooked chicken, cubed % cup salted sliced almond* (optional) 2 tablespoons green pepper, diced 1 tablespoon grated onion 2 tablespoons pimienlo, diced 2 tablespoons temon juice '/ 3 teaspoon salt 3 /t cups mayonnaise 1 cup grated American Checsa 2 slices bread, cut in l / t · Inch cubes Combine all ingredients through- ly except bread and cheese. Turn into a buttered l'/£ or 2-quart casserole. Sprinkle with cheese and bread cubes. Bake at 354 F. for cubs celery, sliced L 10-ounch package frozen green DREAM OF COLOR MAKE YOUR HOME Paint with Polyvinyl Lalcx Rubberized Paint 64 colors of the year to select from For Plastcr-Sheetrock- Wallpaper-Wood-Walls And Ceilings No Paint Odor Dries in 15 Minutes Easy to Apply With Brush or Roller A UNITED PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOSE THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY DISTRIBUTED BY STATE CASH WHOLESALE 337 North Street Phone ED 2-0322 VALUES! WE HAVE LOTS V LOTS OF VALUES! CATSU Fresh Selected OYSTERS 1 Pint $109 Jar P Del ~ I 4 0 z . 2JC-C DIPC Monte. - ^Bottles^J iViWE Long Grain 3 B. b , 39 Zestee DELTA SYRUP "r 49' GRAPE JELLY 2*^49 TOMATO SAUCE3c±29 c SARDINES E ^ 2£135 Showboat PORK BEANS CAN 10' Delta Grown Lucky Instant COFFEE F R Y E R S Whole Swift Premium awiii rremium ^^ ^^ ALL MEAT BOLOGNA»»- ^39 Skinless WEINERS Cello Jumbo Size Home Grown TOMATO CRlSPYTETTUC Jumbo Head For KENTUCKY WONDER POLE BEANS Lb. B Folger's c C o f f e e Pound Can SILVER SKIN PEAS Lb. LUCKY FOOD S T O R E CORNER ALEXANDER KENTUCKY Store Hours-Sun, to Frl. 8 A.M.-9 P.M. - Sal. 8 A.M.-10 P.M. WE RESERVE THE RIGIfl TO I.TMTT QUANTITIES AT THESE PRICES C O M P A N Y N O . 2 C O R N E R N, B R O A D W A Y H E L S O N Open Week Day 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-lO p.m. Sun. 8 a.m.-i! PRICES GOOD THURSDAY TUP.U SUNDAY - JULY 21 - 24 XI

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