Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 6, 1969 · Page 21
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 21

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, October 6, 1969
Page 21
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Mon., Oct. 6, 1969JSREELEY TRIBUNE Pag* 21 Now Is the Time To Serve That Different Beef Dish Jewish cookery is probably the most international of the world's cuisines. Since the kettles of the Hebrews have sim mered in every country of the world, Jewish cooking is Irulv a melting pot, Perhaps this accounts for the ready acceptance of new dishes. Particularly popular in modern Jewish homes are a variety of Chinese dishes. Actually there is a basic similarity in these cuisines -- think how alike are egg rolls and blintzes, matzo balls and Chinese boiled dumplings. Perhaps that's why so many Chinese dishes have won a permanent place on Jewish menus. A favorite dish Is Chinese Beef with Peppers and' Tomatoes, a savory mixture of Him strips of steak dipped in soy sauce and sherry mixture and sauteed with green peppers and tomatoes. Despite its exotic appearance, this dish is easy to prepare. It is served with rice or noodles. Peanut oil, lightest of (he common cooking oils, is essential to the success of Chinese cooking. It is also first choice of Kosher cooks. It offers special advantages for frying with its high smoke point, and actually enhances (lie flavor of other foods without imparting any taste of its own. Bnf With Pcppcn and Tomatoes % Cup soy sauce 1 tablespoon water 1 teaspoon sherry IVt teaspoons cornstarch 1' pound flank steak 2 cloves garlc, finely chopped 3 tablespoons peanut oil 2Vi cups coarsely diced green pepper 1 teaspoon salt Vz teaspoon pepper 2 large tomatoes, cut in wedges Combine soy sauce, water and sherry with cornstarch; blend. Cut steak into thin slices; add to soy sauce mixture. Sprinkle willi garlic. Heat peanut oil in skillet. Add peppers and cook over medium heat, stirring con- .stantly, until almost tender. Add beef, salt and pepper; mix well. Cook until meat is tender, about 15 minutes. Stir in tomatoes and continue cooking until lender. Makes 4 to 6 servings. 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C. Pwney Ph. I53-«841 ·ton Hoort! »!«0 to 81301 Op«n Friday Nlghti 'til 8:30 conducled-by experts from Den ver. Rudy Kratzenberg of The Broker, The Hungry Dutchman and The Hungry Farmer will provide the aids for the holiday cook. Schedule for classes in Greeley will be 1:30-3 p.m. each Tuesday, beginning Oct. 7, and continuing on Oct. 14, 21, and 28, and Nov. 4 and 11. Call the Denver soon to make a reservation or stop at the credit ofifce on the third floor. The telephone is 353-2111. Do it; now. Similar courses are being offered between 10:30 a.m. and noon at Englewood, beginning Oct. 6; Northglenn, beginning Oct. 7; and Lakeside beginning Oct. 8. PAMPER YOUR TASTE BUDS! For something different, try beef with Peppers and Tomatoes, sauteed in a wok or .skil- let with peanut oil, the Kosher cooking oil that is also the choice of Chinese cooks. Give your cooking that cosmopolitan flavor. NARCE Changes Meeting Date The date for the regular meeting of the Greeley Chapter of the National Association of Retired Civil Employes, has been set ahead one week to Oct. 13 because of a conflict of dates with the Colorado Federation of NARCE which will be in convention sessions that day in Jefferson City. The mernebrs »re asked lo note that a regular Greeley meeting will then be held on Oct. 13, at 1:30 p.m. at the Blue Flame Room. Several Greeley members are expected to attend the convention. To keep eggs from cracking while boiling, prick each one with a pin before putting them on to boil. To cook cracked eggs, add a teaspoon of salt to the water to prevent eggs from leaking out of the shelfe. Mix one cup of sugar with the juice and grated rlrid'ofu orange and let stand whilt cak is baking. Stir well -and. etrtr freshly baked cake with : ,th« mixture. 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