Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 2, 1961 · Page 17
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SHOWING! OOD STANDARD TREASURY GREE^EY^TRIBUNE. Ptre 17] · · · · · · * » » » « » · » » » ! · · · · » » · · « * . « « « « · · « ' · · * · » ; « t : a « » « « DICTIONARV'.· STOCK UP NOW SAVE ALL WllfTEIlf Volumes 1. thru 14 Now On SALE 61 Friday and Saturday Last Days for Big SHURFINE Canned Food SALE · 10-lb. GIANT PANCAKE is a : delicious contribution from G«.rman cookery. Made from a lliin baiter, it's.a relative of, the American popover.and Uie. English Yorkshire pudding. ,' . .. : Apple Pancake, A Dessert Contribution of Germany By CECILY BROWNSTONE Aitociittd : Prut -Food Editor A GIANT PANCAKE' comes out of Ihe'.bvenl Filled with fresh applet-cooked in butter, sugar and spice^-it makes a marvelous dessert tor four lucky people; . · Chicago glories in these mammoth pancakes. A well-known, hotel restaurant in that city makes a specialty of them. So does Chicago's Antoinette Pope Schoo of Fancy Cookery, for you'll find a recipe for tlw pancake in "The New Antoinette Pope S c h o o Cookbook" by Antoinette . and Francois Pope (Macmillan). Th following recipe was inspired by the Pope version. GUnt AppW P«nc«kt 1. pound (3 large) iart apples ( tablespoons butter or marga rine ; 'A cup sugar Vi teaspoon cinnamon Vi teaspoon nutmeg 1 large eggs ' 'a cup milk 'A cup sifted flour ·Vi teaspoon salt 1 ' . Pare,quarter and core, apples; t cut into thin slices. In a 10-inch : iron skillet over low heat cook apples with S teaspoons of the butter for about S minutes.' Mi* with the sugar, cinnamon and nut-! meg; cover; cook until tender- er! sp -- about 10 minutes. Turn out of skillet and keep warm. Wjsh and'dry the skillet to have ready .for baking the pancakes; make sure its handle is resistant to oven Heat. '. ' . With '.rotary beater (hand or| electric) beat together the eggs, milk, "flour and salt until' smooth --about 2 minutes. If necessary! work out any small flour lumps with flat side of a wide rubber spatula'drawn, around the sides of the bowl; batter will be thin. Slowly heat the remaining 1 tablespoon butter in the 10-inch skillet until it melts and the pan! it very hot. Pour batter into skillet. · Bake in » hot (4M de- greet) oven for 15 minutei. As ! Cutting Thi«v«ry SARASOTA, Fla. (API--Charles Miller called in a rather unusual complaint to the sheriffs office. Miller said someone went into his pasture and cut the hair off the tail of one of his horses. soon as batter begins to .puff 'up n center (in .about 3 ^minutes) puncture, it -with · a long-handled ork; repeat.as' necessary; Lower heat to moderate' (350 degrees: and bake 10 minutes longer or until golden-brown and. crisp (During .baking -batter will rise along sides of 'skillet forming . a shell.). Loosen pancake sides will a spatula. Spread-apple mixtur over half of pancake; fold ove as for an omelet, remove to serv ing platter. If pancake is too crii to fold, spread apple mixture over entire bottom; cut into quarter in skillet; remove in individua portions. Serve at once. wit extra-fine granulated sugar for sprinkling over the:top: Makes 4| servings. . ' Note: The'apple filling may be repaired ahead and. reheated just jefore the' : pa'nc'oks. Is ready. ' . , ' Cookbook° Net*' . ', . ; _Thc .'New . Antoinette, P o p e School 'Cookbook" is the latest 1961) edition of the'cookbook he Popes first wrote in 1W8 and eviscd in' 1953. The,present edition contains '600' new recipes and the.older recipes have been revised. The book Is a worthwhile collection of bask rules, ncluding many from international cuisine, that can-be used in pre! jaring everyday meals for a fain- ly and special meals for guests. The authors deserve a vote of thanks for the care they have taken in giving detailed recipe directions. Milk Shurfine Sliced or Halves Yellow Cling Peaches another Shurfine FRUIT Cocktail Shurfine Green Beans ca°n 3 . 6 cans"! 00 Shurfine Early Harvest . . . . . PEAS 303 can . . . 0 cans | 00 Shurfine Cranberry Sauce 00 Shurfine SHORTENING 3 - 69c Shurfine Tomato Juice 46 oz. 25c Shurf resh CRACKERS i-ib. 19c Shurfine Pear Halves "a" :4c. n .j 100 UHVEM4ENCE « FOODS Shurfresh Extra Fancy ARMOUR'S STAR B E E F Corn Fed LOCKER BEEF One half. . Lb. Greeley Locker Meat Company Complete Custom Processing: 1115 Seventh Ave. Cheese 2-lb. box 69 Shurfine GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS, 303 can cans I 00 Shurfine SALAD DRESSING . . . . . Quart Many, many more Shurfine Items; on Special during this Sale. Steak Lean, Tender Lb. 45 Boston Style '. ·.. : , · Pork Lean Meaty Spareribs 3 9 C . LB. ' , ' Home Made-Pure'Pork . LB. Lean Tasty IjVclIl O.tiatJ' . , . ^-^-^ ^^BB,. . Cube Steaks 8 9 I SERVE WITH FRESH PORK SHURFINE KRAUT 303 can can* WHOLE CHICKEN ' 3 lb., 6-oz. can 89c Carnation Brentwood EVENTUALLY Everybody cones to Wiiograd's for item M one else has. Why doi't yoN try WINOGRAD'S FIRST? Complete Stocks of . . . . STEEL · PIPE ·SUPPLIES You'll save time and money every time. INOGRAD r Q STEEL 5 SUPPLY lJ Dl VI S I O N 5th St. and 5th Ave. Phone EL 2-6722 Greeliy's Only COMPLETE Sted and Supply Warehoune Ice Cream AH Flavors 39 Big Vi gal. ' Hill* Bros. COFFEE Vine Ripened California Tomatoes 2 it» 25c Ruby Red Grapefruit 3 ib.. 29c Florida Juice ORANGES 2 Big 2-lb. 'can · · · i 13 10-oz. Valley Hi Frozen STRAWBERRIES 5 Acorn Sqoash Each Larg* Six* : Avocados 2-29 OPEN FRIDAY AND SAT. NIGHTS TILL 8:30 For yodr shoppinc eonye«i«D««, .we »r« SNOW WHITE SUPER MARKET WHERE GREELEY SHWS WITH CONFIDENCE Delivery Serrie* Mimday, Tnesday, Thuslay *ztt FrUay Red SU»p« GiTC* OB AU Ouh Ph. Ebj3-1820 Op«n Fri, in4 Ut. Until «!K

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