The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 7, 1944 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 7, 1944
Page 12
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|2 Thursday, September 7, 1944 igfte gahergHelfr HILLS BROS: COFFEE IN THE GLASS JAR... You get a blend of the finest coffees obtainable . . . roasted to uniform perfection by our exclusive process, *Controlled Roasting. Every vacuum-packed jar you buy has full-bodied, matchless flavor . . . flavor that no other coffee has because no other coffee is roasted the same way. And constant use of Hills Bros. Coffee will convince you that wartime conditions have not caused any change in its wonderful quality. you fay HILLS BROS: COFFEE IN THE RED CARTON... You get the same blend of coffee that goes into the Hills Bros, vacuum-packed glass jars. As our guarantee of this, our registered trade-marks, the familiar "Arab" and "Red Can Brand" appear on both containers. Every pound you buy has that full- bodied, matchless flavor that results from *Controlled Roasting. Since the Wartime Package is not vacuum-packed, buy only one package at a time for freshness' sake. MM, WOMEN, BOYS AND OJRLS are needed in the fields and canneries to help harvest vital food crops, Regular wages for full or part-time work. When your local call comes sign up with your Farm Labor Office or County Agricultural Agent. MMMDIR TO OROCIRSt Paper is scarce! You can help by ttving all empty shipping containers for re-use by suppliers who salvage "empties" or turn them in for waste paper. , Don's Super Market Eighteenth and Baker Streets Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Crisp Green LETTUCE 48 Size Each 10 Val Vita TUNA 7-oz. 24c Trupak Grapefruit Juice 46 0-yc oz. & m Best Foods Mayonnaise Pint 33C NUCOA >b. 25c CRISCO 3 ibs. 68c Libby's Vienna Sausage 4 13 C oz. * & GROCERY DEPARTMENT Fresh Green LIMAS 2 -19' MEAT DEPARTMENT VALUES A Full Line of Fresh and Cured Meats Red Yams FARM SAUSAGE 32 c Ib. CHUCK ROAST 26 c Ib. LINK SAUSAGE 35 c Ib. SALT PORK 23 C Ib. Ivory Snow Oxydol, Duz Ivory Flakes Large 23° IVORY BAR Large... lOc Medium ... 6c Guest.... 5c GLOBE A-l FLOUR Sweet Juice ORANGES Size Hershey's CHOCOLATE SYRUP 16-oz. 4 4 c can . . i X Lynden *gg Noodles and Chicken jar . . «S^S Welch's Grape Juice Per O"7 C pint eC i Carnation MILK 3 ,!29c Van Camp's Pork and Beans 27- oz. \ Ac can . . « " Ohlradelll Sweet Chocolate ib. 32 SOS MAQIC SCOURING PADS C FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Baker's Shredded COCONUT FRIED FILLET OF FLOUNDER— Separate fillet of flounder and roll in seasoned flour. Fry In small amount of hot fat in heavy skillet 3 to 5 minutes, turning to brown both sides. Garnish with lemon slices or parsley. EGGS BENEDICT Broil thin slice of ham or bacon 'or each person to be served and keep warm. Prepare Hollandaise sauce, and keep in double boiler until ready to serve. Toast English muffin halves, or sol't thin rolls, oach one or more eggs per person. I Then put one-half of toasted muffin ' on warmed platn. top with sliced : ham or bacon. Place poached egg ( on ham and cover with Hollandaise i sauce, .servo immediately, garnishing with parsley sprigs. SIMONIZ FOR YOUR FLOORS Gives ' Longer Lasting Beauty *^T ' no RUBBIMC- | SHIHCS MS IT DRIES Pepper Steak Four sweet bell poppers, preen cured, :! large onions, life pounds flank -steak, flour, salt, pepper, 4 tablespoons table 1'at, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. ;rs into r|\i;irters and re- Cut onions into thick l s. Simmer together 5 '2 cups boiling salted steaks info pieces about er i|iiarlers, salt, pepper, niwn in fat in a largo pan. Add \vator in Cut pep) move .seed round slk n INI ut es ii water. Cut si/.c of pcpi flour and heavy Iryi which ve etnbles Add AVorcestershire Helical and serve. were cooked, until sleak is tender, and vegetables. Limos with Wieners Two cups green shelled baby llmas, fi frankfurters cut into cubes. 1 cup boiling water, H teaspoon poultry seasoning, salt and pepper, 1 onion, minced. Place all ingredients in stewpan; cook together 15 minutes until tender. Boil down rapidly until almost dry. Serve without sauce. But serve with a mojst vegetable, such as stewed tomatoes. Lima beans combine delightfully with mushrooms served in a cream cause: or with thin slices of onions sauted in margarine to a delicate brown. » Recipes Aid in Planning, Preparing Easy Dinner Sunday dinner clops not have to take hours to proparp. These two i-pc-ipf." will ]>rove the point de- Ik'iously. Fricassee of Veal Hearts Tw> veal hearts, salt and pepper, flour, 4 tablespoons fortified mar- parlnp, 1 teaspoon pickling spices, I onion, minced; 1 cup boiling water, \4 cup sherry or 2 tablespoons mild vliiPKnr, 1 cup cooked green beans. Slice veal hearts. Salt, pepper and roll in flour. Melt margarine In large heavy frying pan and brown the slices. Tie the pic F kling spices In a little piece of cheesecloth. Add spices, minced onion and boilinK water to veal. Cover tightly and simmer '£ hour, then add sherry or vinegar, remove spice bag and add the green beans which have been cooked quickly and are still a beautiful green. If necessary, reheat and serve at once. Peach Cohbler Kith biscuit dough, ',i to 1 cup sugar, ''H teaspoon mace, 2 tablespoons fortified margarine, or other table fat, \i c peaches, sliced. Make the rich biscuit dough bf sifting together 1 cup of flour, l^ traspoons each of baking powder and sugar, >i teaspoon salt. Mix In 3 tablespoons fortified margarine and then arid milk to make a soft but not sticky dough. Roll out or pat to U-inch strips—the remainder will be used to top the cobbler. Procedure: Arrange the sliced peaches in layers in a medium-sized, not-too-deep casserole or baking dish: over each layer sprinkle some of the sugar and mace and dot with margarine. Also add short pieces of the strips of rich dough. Pour water over top. Cover with prepared dough. Bake in. quick oven (375 degrees F.) about 4!i minutes, until, the peaches are cooked and the top crust is baked and browned. THRIFTY COOK The cook who is thrifty with her canning sugar will give special consideration to fruit butters in home preserving. Many late-season fruits are Ideal for butter—peaches, apricots, plums, quinces, apples and grapes. MENU SOT! llthei... Tea Garden English- style Marmalade of imported Seville orange peel, fa ngy, bitter flavor... or clear, golden Tea Garden Marmalade with tht bittersweet flavor of California oranges. AHI NDANT APPLES Now is the time for housewives to collect favorite apple recipes and have them on hand in the kitchen, suggests the United States Department of Agriculture. All states are due for good sized apple crops this fall. Supplies of apples are generally expected to be considerably larger than last year. October promises to be the big apple month. CHURNED WITH NIMH PASTEURIZED SKIM MILK FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY Meat Department FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES RIPE PEARS .b.10c By the Lug, 8e Ib. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY iWE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE: § BLUE DAMSON PLUMS 2 ib,. 25c FAMOUS LUNCH MEAT Kintueky Wonder BEANS 2.b,.25c Grapefruit Eaoh 2C BEST FOODS—FRESH NUCOA Mb, Carton Delicatessen Dept. C. M. C. IMITATION BLACK PEPPER Mb. 4*OZt Carton ALTA—FRESH COFFEE -Ib WOODBURY FACIAL SOAP , 3b r :?;23c GOLDEN BANTAM CORN 2 l.r 15C BEST FOODS REAL MAYONNAISE. P j. n l32c Oregon's Finest AMERICAN CHEDDAR Purchases UnlJmitid FRESH OROUND PEANUT BUTTER ,„. 27 s Crmiehy Nut, Ib., 28e I Hoffman's "B«H«r Mild" KOSHER STYLE SALAMI C FOOD CITY BECK'S BAKERY THE WONDER SOAP Large Box START THAT FRUIT CAKE NOW FOR THAT SOMEONE OVERSEAS We have ju*t received a large chip, ment of GLAZED FRUITS Lemon and Orange Peel, Citron, Cher- rfee, Harlequin Mix Liquor Department BAKER'S DE LUXE DUTCH PROCESS COCOA C.Vt'Sn 18C 1612 Eighteenth FRUIT CAKE Order Now for Your Overseas Mailing OXYDOL Larft Box I. S. C. Oold Midi) Bur Full Gallons; One-half S 4 S7 Gallons.,.. JL VAI BROS. RESIRVI HANDY ' " Old 3t MARIMBA MUM A Fine Imported Rum 4-S uart . POOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—POOD CITY—POOD CITY—POOD CITY—POOD CITY

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