The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 1, 1986 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal Wednesday, January 1,1986 Page 14 / Vegetables (Continued from Page 13) Beef and Vegetable Soup % pound lean beef, julienned Ismail clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 (14%-oz. cans) beef broth 3 cups water Vs teaspoon pepper Dash ground cloves Salt to taste Mi cup small macaroni 1 cup frozen cut green beans 1 cup frozen peas 1 cup sliced carrots ¥4 cup dry sherry 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Saute beef and garlic in oil until beef is lightly browned. Add broth, water, pepper, cloves and salt. Bring to boil; simmer, covered, 15 minutes. Add macaroni and cook 5 minutes. Add remaining ingredients; return mixture to boil. Simmer, uncovered, 3 to 5 minutes or until all ingredients are thoroughly heated. Makes 9 cups or 6 (1% cups each) servings. Skewered Vegetable Teriyaki 1 (10-oz.) package cauliflower, frozen, or 2% cups, thawed 1 (10-oz.) package Brussels sprouts, frozen, or 2 cups, thawed 1 (10-oz.) package broccoli spears, frozen, or 2 cups, thawed and cut into 1%-inch pieces 4 teaspoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon catsup 1% teaspoons brown sugar, packed V* teaspoon cornstarch % clove garlic, crushed Vs teaspoon ground ginger Vs teaspoon salt 6 fresh mushrooms, (about V4-lb.) Toasted sesame seeds 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Separate vegetable pieces and drain thoroughly. Combine remaining ingredients except mushrooms and sesame seeds; mix well. Thread all vegetables and mushrooms alternately onto 6 (12-inch) bamboo skewers. Place on large shallow baking pan. Brush generously with soy mixture. Bake at 400 degrees 10 to 12 minutes, brushing twice during baking with the remaining soy mixture. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Serves 6. Broccoli and Turkey on Toast 1% cups Mozzarella cheese, shredded Pepper 4 slices hot toasted bread % pound sliced, hot cooked turkey or chicken 2 (10-oz.) packages broccoli spears, or 4 cups, frozen 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small onion, thinly sliced 1 clove garlic, minced 1% tablespoons flour 1M> cups chicken broth Heat olive oil in saucepan. Add onion and garlic; cook 3 minutes or until soft. Sprinkle with flour; mix well. Add broth; cook and stir over medium heat until thickened and bubbly. Add cheese and pepper and continue cooking until cheese melts; keep warm. Cook broccoli according to package directions, drain. Place broccoli and turkey on toast; top with sauce. Serves 4. Resolution can bring happiness into 1986 Glazed chicken ByGREGMELIKOV "I look forward to your column," writes Claire-Marie J. Richard of Linwood, Mass. "I have a recipe in my collection that appears to be almost dead. "I will need your culinary skills and critique to make this 'Pineapple- Orange Glazed Chicken' a winner. The difficulty is this: One of the ingredients is no longer on the market, namely, frozen concentrated pineapple-orange juice: I would like a substitute or equivalent ingredients." I'm not too ~ fond of glazes, Pilot light but I still '• '• Dear Readers: Happy New Year! Today is the first day of a new year, a chance to start over, to wipe the slate clean. This is the time to make a New Year's resolution, then really work to help it come true. This year make a resolution that will make you happy, not one that will be a chore to do. Get together with family and friends and have a New Year's day feast or watch a football game as I'll be doing. With sharing and caring, with everyone pulling in the same direction, we'll weather any storms ahead and enjoy the calm that inevitably follows. So here's wishing each and every one of you wonderful people good health, happiness, prosperity and the happiest New Year. — Heloise and Staff — Hazel, Joyce, Jackie and Ruth Dear Heloise: Making hamburger patties, meat balls, cookie dough balls, etc. can mean a big mess on your hands, and clean-up problems, especially if the phone rings in the middle. I have found an easy solution. I keep a pair of extra thick rubber gloves, one size too big, to wear when I need to "dig into" my cooking. ; Because they are too big, they slip off easily when the doorbell or telephone rings. When I am done, I clean them while still wearing them, using soap and water just as if I were washing Heloise's hints KING FEATURES All-temperature outfits challenge young students of design CINCINNATI (AP) — Proctor & Gamble, the makers of All- Temperature Cheer, has found a way to promote its product — a contest for young design students. The "Cheer Leaders Awards for Design Excellence" competition challenges students from Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and Ray College of Design in Chicago to make outfits that can be washed in hot, warm and cold water. In keeping with their temperate zones, West Coast students will be asked to design clothes that can be washed in hot water, East Coast students warm and those in the Windy City cold. One winner in each region will receive a $1,500 cash award and, more importantly for the struggling design students, free media exposure. jumped on the challenge the weekend after I received the request. I recalled the glazed duck I almost prepared years ago — it burned. I usually only glaze ham, but I was game. The only ingredient I had to buy was an eight-ounce can of crushed pineapple. I used some orange juice from the carton that I drink daily. I reduced the amount of water in Claire-Marie's recipe, but not the sherry. For a thicker glaze, stir in a little cornstarch before heating up the pineapple, juices, sherry and water. I used chicken breast quarters, but you can use the parts of your choice. I also kept an eye on the dish while basting. It did not burn. My family enjoyed the chicken. Pineapple-Orange Glazed Chicken 3 pounds cut-up chicken Seasoned salt to taste 4 tablespoons butter, melted % cup canned crushed pineapple and juice % cup unsweetened orange juice Vz cup dry sherry Vt cup water Sprinkle chicken with seasoned salt. Line shallow baking pan with butter. Place chicken skin-side- down and bake in 400-degree oven 20 minutes until li ghtiy browned. Turn chicken skin side up. Heat pineapple, orange juice, sherry and water, occasionally stirring, and pour over chicken. Bake at 350 degrees 30 minutes, occasionally basting, until tender and nicely glazed. Serves 4. Call or mail your news tip to The Salina Journal; up to $45 in cash awarded weekly. SILK BLOUSES * % OFF Winter Coats Wool, camel hair, cashmere, all weather Dresses Daytime and party Purses Leather and ultra suede Lingerie Robes, gowns and pajamas Sportswear Blazers, pants, skirts, sweaters, blouses Selected ULTMSUEDE PIECES •% OFF CASHMERE SWEATERS 70 OFF 30 % OFF 30 to 50 % OFF Cricket Shop •Blouses •Sweaters •Slacks •Dresses Reduced 30 to 50 % Daily 9:30-5:30 Thurs. 9:30-8:00 Sat. 9:30-5:00 GIFT ITEMS % OFF DOWNTOWN SALINA my own hands. Then back into a plastic bag they go until next time. — B.Collins Dear Heloise: Even though I am an old man, I enjoy reading your column. I just read about the woman who cut her hand on a sharp can lid in the trash bag. I have a simple solution to that problem. When you open a can, don't cut the lid all the way, leave a tongue about an inch wide. After emptying the contents, cut the bottom out the same as the top (leaving a tongue that lines up with the first lid), then turn both lids into the can and stomp the can flat. This way the lids are harmless and also you end up with a whole lot less trash to dispose of. — Grampa Mitchell Thanks Grampa, you're welcome to drop in on this column any time with another "old time hint" that still rings true. — Heloise (Write to Heloise in care of Hints from Heloise, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017.) 4 The Golden Goat pays 15 C a pound for aluminum. 24 hours/day on west parking lot. 901 W.Crawford 827-36O1 6O5 E. Crawford 827-36O8 LOW MEAT PRICES GROCERY ITEMS Lb. 15 69 Boneless Chuck POT ROAST Boneless English Cut ARM ROAST Lb. "" T Arm «; 4 SWISS STEAK Lb. I Family Pack Jt ^ og GROUND CHUCK Lb . • Smoked «t j| 79 PORK CHOPS Lb. 1 Farmland f\ f% <K PORK SAUSAGE Lb.Pkg. 9O OHSE $ 4 39 POLISH SAUSAGE Lb. I Seltz All Meat ••) f\ g WIENERS izoz.Pkg. / Sf /NOL/R DEL/- Folger's Bounce — Unscent./Reg. FABRIC SOFTENER ( Bold Club calendar ANY LARGE PIZZA S 2°° off CHOPPED HAM LD. $ 1" COLE SLAW tb. 89° Fresh FRUITS & VEGETABLES Thursday Chapter 7 DOES of the Kansas Association of Public Employees (RAPE), 7:30 p.m. meeting, Planters Bank Community Room, Salina. Topic: "Pertinent Upcoming Legislative Issues" by Sen. Ben Vidriksen. All people who are employed by the state or enrolled in the KPER's retirement system and who live in Dickinson, Ottawa, Ellsworth or Saline counties are invited. For more information, call Patti Fiedler, 8233150; Charles Tedder, 263-4022, or Nellie Wood, 827-2180. Steps and Traditions Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m. meeting, 205 E. South. New Beginnings Group of AA, 12:05 p.m. meeting, 205 E. South. Praying Hands Al-Anon, 9:30 a.m. 12-step meeting, Bel Air Southern Baptist Church, 1100 W. Cloud (basement). Thursday Nighters Al-Anon, 8 p.m. meeting, Christ Cathedral, 138 S. Eighth. For more information, call 827-4433. Salina Masonic Lodge No. 60, 7 p.m. conferring of degrees, Masonic Temple. All Masonic luncheon, noon, Masonic Temple. TOPS Kan., 125: 6:30 p.m. weigh- in, Bel Air Southern Baptist Church, 1100 W. Cloud; 695: 7 p.m. meeting, 255 N. 10th. For more information, call 827-8681. Will Power Diet Club, 6:15 p.m. meeting, the First Christian Church, 201 S. Eighth, New members welcome. For more information, call 827-2830. Overeaters Anonymous, 7:30 p.m. meeting, white house behind Trade Winds Motel, 1700 N. Ninth. IOOF Lodge 28, 8 p.m. meeting, IOOF Hall, 401 E. Walnut. Parents and Children Together, 7:30-9 p.m. meeting, Memorial Hall. Babysitting provided during meeting. Salina Sunflower Chorus Chapter of SPEBSQSA, Inc., 7:45 p.m. meeting, Salvation Army Community Center, 1137 N. Santa Fe. Oolden Ripe BANANAS Pascal CELERY 2189* 3% $ 1.00 Jonathan APPLES 3 - 79* COFFEE Asst. Grinds 1# 4V }-nt./R.g. $ 4 69 40 Ct. I $ •! 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