The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 16, 1996 · Page 16
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C2 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1996 FOOD THE SALINA JOURNAL V SUPERMARKET SAMPLER Jalapenos spice up Vienna sausages CAROLYN WYMAN • BONNIE TANDY LEBLANG Uniwrsal Press Carolyn suggests strong chili flavor might help folks with sinus conditions Canned meat Armour Jalapeno Vienna Sausages: 69 cents per 5-ounce can. Bonnie: My first thought upon hearing that Armour had introduced * jalapeno-flavored Vienna sausages was to wonder: What is a Vienna sausage, and who buys them? I know I wouldn't. They're full of fat and sodium, not to mention additives. In fact there are more than 6 grams fat and 150 milligrams sodium in one teenie weenie wiener, or 16 grains fat and 420 milligrams sodium in one serving of 2 1/2 mini-wieners. That's more than in a bag of potato chips or Doritos or in a hot dog. As to what they are and what they're used for: Even * the person on Armour's own toll-free line didn't know. If you feel you must indulge in Vienna sausages, first ask yourself why. If you still want them, at least consider buying Armour's lite ones, with 25 percent less fat and 25 percent less sodium. Carolyn: I guess I need to give you a little lesson on the subject of Vienna sausages, Bonnie. They are extremely mushy mini hot dogs, packed upright in a tiny can like little silo missiles. People buy them for the same reason people buy any canned meat: because it keeps forever in your cupboard and so is extremely convenient. That's the old story. The new one is about these jalapeno pepper-flavored Viennas. For all their convenience, Vienna sausages aren't exactly flavor powerhouses, and so a little jalapeno seemed like a good idea. But Armour put in so much that I was coughing and blowing my nose after only one bite. I recommend them mainly to people with sinus conditions, extremely strong stomachs, or plans to chop these up and scatter them throughout some bland pasta or potato dish (like mac and cheese). Ice cream Starbucks Ice Cream: Italian Roast Coffee, RALPH WEIGH Bonds - Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron THEATRES For MOVIE Selections and SHOWTIMES Call: 825-91O5 We've gone world wide web! www.dickinsonlhcalres.com WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY 6-9 PM 3 Piece Fried Chicken Dinner $925 Includes tossed salad, soup or tomato juice, baked potato, french broad, coffee or tea. MARS RESTAURANT 827-3351 Open 7 Days A Week 712 S. Broadway NEW 10 AM TODAY Universal Press Bonnie asks 'What Is a Vienna sausage and who buys them?' Even the person on Armour's toll-free line couldn't tell her how they're used. Dark Roast Espresso Swirl, Javachip, Gaffe Almond Fudge and Vanilla Mocha Swirl, $3.99 per quart. Bonnie: Starbucks has become synonymous with delicious, aromatic coffee. The introduction of these new coffee-flavored ice creams should also put it in the frozen treats big league. Each flavor has the distinct taste (and often, also the aroma) of Starbucks' brewed coffee. That's probably because they're made with a Starbucks coffee extract containing caffeine equivalent to one-third to one-fifth of a cup of Starbucks brew, depending on the flavor. Dark Roast Espresso Swirl has the most, with 60 milligrams caffeine per V4 -cup serving, or about what's found in a cup of instant coffee or glass of iced tea. That means midnight freezer raiders may be sleepless, even if they don't live in Seattle. All the flavors taste, good — the chocolate- chip filled Javachip should be especially popular with chocolate lovers. But with a range of 220 to 270 calories and 10 to 14 grams fat per 1/2-cup serving, these are not for dieters or fat- watchers who can not limit themselves to just one or two spoonfuls. Carolyn: Seattle-ites may be the experts on great coffee, but nobody knows more about coffee milk and coffee ice cream than Rhode Islanders. In Rhode Island, babies are practically weaned on the cartons of coffee-flavored milk sold in every convenience store and supermarket along with the best-selling coffee ice cream. As a native Rhode Islander, I feel well qualified to pass judgment on these five new Starbucks ice creams. In a word, they are wonderful: as strong in coffee flavor as Starbucks' brew, as creamy and rich ice-cream-wise as Ben & Jerry's, and most generous with add-ins. For instance, the chips in the Javachip are more like chunks. And there are so many delicious chocolate- covered almonds in the Gaffe Almond Fudge that coffee fans might rightly complain that they dominate. Although all are delicious, the Italian Roast, Dark Roast Espresso Swirl and Vanilla Mocha Swirl are hard to distinguish from one another. Were five coffee flavors really necessary? No. But I've personally benefited by having to do so much "testing." • PLUS • CLIO • MEN'S PRIVAT LABEL 14W to 28W SAG HARBOR • COATS NEW SELECTION LADIES & MENS INCLUDING DRESS SHIRTS 2501 Market Place 1 Block South of Magnolia & 9th (AcrssT-rom MldStale Mall) Penonal OPEN 10AM DAILY fSUN UMIUT Treats / Give goblins candy eyes FROM PAGE C1 Chocolate Haystacks 8 squares semisweet baking chocolate 1 cup butterscotch chips 2 cups chow mein noodles 1 cup salted peanuts 1 cup miniature marshmallows In a large microwave-safe bowl, cook chocolate and butterscotch chips on high (100 percent power) for 2 minutes or until chocolate is almost melted, stirring halfway through heating time. Stir until chocolate is completely melted. Stir in noodles, peanuts and marshmallows until completely covered with chocolate mixture. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto wax paper-lined tray. Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm. Store in airtight container in refrigerator. Makes about 2V4 dozen. Gobblin' Goblins: Before refrigerating, decorate each haystack with miniature candy- coated semisweet chocolate candies for baking to create goblin eyes. Trick or Treat Pops 6 medium ripe bananas 8 squares semisweet baking chocolate 1 A cup butter or margarine Multicolored sprinkles, finely chopped nuts or toasted sweetened flaked coconut (optional) Cut bananas in half crosswise. Insert wooden stick into cut end of each banana half. Place on tray, cover and freeze 3 hours or until firm. In a medium microwave-safe bowl, melt chocolate and butter, on high (100 percent power) for 1 % minutes to 2 minutes or until chocolate is almost melted, stirring halfway through heating time. Stir until chocolate is completely melted. Pour chocolate mixture into a tall narrow glass. Dip frozen bananas into chocolate mixture to evenly coat. Immediately roll in sprinkles, if desired. Place on wax paper-lined tray. Serve immediately. Store leftover pops, covered, in freezer. Makes 12 pops. BUFFALO MEAT Buffalo jerky for HALLOWEEN TREATS IT MEATS. Salina, KS (East of checkered water tower on Scanlan at the Airport) (913) 823-7474 600-435-6328 The Salina Presbyterian Manor 2601 East Crawford, Salina Annual Good Samaritan Soup Supper Friday, October 18,1996 • 5 to 7 pm Serving In Two Dining Rooms • Carry-Out Also Available! Adults: $5.00 Advance $6.00 At The Door Children 10 & Under $3.00 Drawings For: Crafts & Baked Goods Corporate Sponsors... BANKlV • A three^tey cruise to the Bahamas for two people (airfare included) • A comforter donated by Silver Needles Quitters 1 An antique caned chair donated by Dr. Ncal Jenkins Ttafa to Uniglobe-KiVMies Travel Agency and Nema Daily Gibson's Pharmacy & Optical 321 South Broadway • Salina, KS 9:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Monday-Saturday 825-0524 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY AT SALINA £ OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION DATE Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 MICROSOFT OFFICE Intro to MS Windows Intro to MS Word Intro to MS Access (Database) Intro to Excel (Spreadsheets) Intermediate MS Word Intermediate MS Access (Database) Intermediate MS Excel (Spreadsheets) Intro to MS Windows INTERNET Web Page Creation Internet for Teachers Intro to Internet Oct. 19 Oct. 26 and Nov. 23 Nov. 16 Oct. 21-Dec. 11 (2 credit hours) Intro to Internet DESKTOP PUBLISHING Nov. 2; Dec. 7 Intro to Pagemaker Nov. 9; Dec. 14 Intermediate Pagemaker NETWORK Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 (1 credit hour) Intro to Network All non-credit courses $45. All non-credit classes 9 am-1 pm Call: KSU Salina, Office of Continuing Education, 913-826-2633 Milestones Anniversaries are published in the Sunday edition. The deadline is noon Thursday. Forms are available at The Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, detailing all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Photographs (of couples married 50 years or more) should be black and white glossy prints. Photos are returned if an address is provided. Call 913-827-6363 or 1-800827-6363 to request a form. $4495* $ 44 59 95 Complete Rx Reading or Complete Rx Round or Flat Distance Lenses Top Bifocals • Choose from hundreds of frames on display including metal, rimless and designer! • Never an extra charge for plastic solid-colored sun tints or oversized lenses! • One year conditional warranty on frames! • We can fill your doctor's prescription, make repairs and adjust your frames. 'Prescriptions limited to plastic lenses up to and including (+) or (-) 8.00 sphere, on up to a -3.00 cylinder, with adds no higher than +3.00 in bifocals. Never A Sale, Always The Lowest Prices! A Special Invitation... Coming UP IN TOMORROW'S JOURNAL • DIABETES: Hays student performs balancing act / Page C1 FAJLt OPEN HOUSE October 14th-19th REGISTER TO WIN A FALL CUSTOM DOOR WREATH DESIGNS by 20% Discount on purchases from our present stock during Fall Open House. (Fresh Flowers and Wire Service Excluded) 528 Kenwood Park Dr. 2 Blocks South of Bicentennial Center onn i-mot Mon.-Fri. 8-6 827-5581 Sat . 8.4 Salina Annual Fall Seminar on Enhancing Your Beauty & Body Dr. Robert G. Clark of The Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center will discuss examples of what can be achieved through the art of plastic surgery Seminar In Salina Saturday, October 19 Aesthetic :i< 'Breast Augmentation and Breast Reduction ....... 9:30 am !_---- ^^^^^^v Liposuction and Tummy Tucks ........................ 10:15am P I "1 Ci If ^^^^^^^^^ Complexion Problems, I IU)U\ ^^^•^T Skin Care and Chemical Peels .......................... 10:45 am C 1 1 mp ri I ^^^M*" Face and Neck Lift> E y elids and Brow Lift ...... 1 1 : 1 5 am / ll -I r^ Laser Wrinkle Removal and Skin Smoothing .. 1 1 :45 am Nose Surgery and Nasal Refinement ............... 12:15 pm Limited Seating. Please Call for Reservations & Seminar Location | Call (316) 652-9333 or 1(800) 833-8608 Wichita. Kansas For additional information or to request a complimentary brochure, call our office today. P. A,

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