Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1969 · Page 19
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Try the French Technique For Delicious Roast Pork n,2krt fl T?! U i, leS '? "''I" 6 in llle | met| wd a«: 'he meat b brown- mSfTket. lo take at vynlacp nf it i · . when Urn price I, dWn . It's Cd ln " " eavy csscrole on l °P good to know how to cook'it to I " 1G ra "8c; after browning, perfection. The French have a lhc nieat is roasted covered in way of roasting (hat m;ikes it a slow oven in contrast to the , » . O ·»· -- » uui\\;.? ii juicy, tender to (he fork, and reduces meat shrinkage to ai minimum. This is a good method! to use with any roasting cut of' pork. We chose thrifty rib end! cut for our Casserole Roasted 1 Pork. The important points of this, dry roasting that often shrinks and dries out pork; onion and carrot are cooked with (lie meat to such a degree of tenderness that they can be mashed when the meat is done and used as both flavor and thickener for the sauce; the moist heat develops tenderness and juic ness in the meat. Little things are important i this method, as in all thing French. Monosodium glulamat is used to sprinkle the meat be fore browning to bring out th and wonderful richness of pork flavo and help keep it juicy. A bou quet garni of parsley, bay lea and thjme lied into a cheesecloth "bag" is used to impar savoriness to the meat. Tasters agreed that porl IT'S THE FRENCH WAY - With pork of root vegetables to accompany the pork that makes the most of a thrifty end cut into the oven, cooked to perfection. A heavy gauge covered casserole is required and an array Special Offer on famous CRAIG 212 Portable Tape Recorder Us* it for correspondence, school work, recording programs, etc. Factory Authorized Sale for limited time only! Save 10 CRAIG 212. Regular Price 39.95 Come in for a demonstration today! CROSS STUDIO and CAMERAS S14 16th St. 353-6617 ·oasted by this method is the cst and juiciest (hey ever had asled. They think you'll treasure this recipe to make the most of pork in the market when the price is right. CASSEROLE-ROASTED PORK 1 3-pound rib-end pork roast Monosodium glulamate Vt cup salad oil 1 yellow onion, sliced 1 carrot, sliced 4 parsley sprigs % bay leaf Vi. teaspoon leaf thyme Vt cup chicken broth Sprinkle roast generously on 11 surfaces with monosodium ;lulamate. Heat oil in heavy asserole dish; brown roast on 11 sides. With a baster or spoon, emove all but about 2 table- poons fat from casserole; have meat fatside up. Add onion and arrot. Wrap parsley, bay leaf nd thyme in cheesecloth; add j casserole. Cover; bake in 325 legrees F. over 2 hours or to i meat thermometer reading of 70 degrees F. Baste the roast o or 3 times during the roasting seriod. Remove roast to serv- ng platter; remove and dis- ard herbs. Make sauce by adding chicken iroth to liquid remaining in.cas- erole. Simmer 2 to 3 minutes; kim fat from liquid. Mash vegetables in liquid; boil rapid- y until about 1 cup remains. Pour into heated gravy boat; erve with roast. Yield: 6*serv- ngs. Variation* with Vegetables Peel 12 to 18 each small white mions and small new;.potatoes; Place vegetables around roast Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Alvin V. Garcia of Rl. 2, announce the engagement of their daughter, 1st Lt. Lorraine H. Garcia, USMC, to Capl. Woodson Alexander Sadler, Jr., USMC. Lt. Garcia, a 1967 graduate of Colorado State College, is now stationed at Headquarters Fleet Marine Force Pacific, Camp Smith, Hawaii, as an area analyst in the G-2 section. Capl. Sadler is the son of Maj. and Mrs. W. A. Sadler, USA (Ret.) of Colonial Heights, Va. A 1966 graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., he is now stationed with the First Marine Brigade,. Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe, Hawaii, as the communications officer of Marine Air Control Squadron-2 (MACS-2). He had served in Vietnam as an artillery officer from April, 1967 to May, 1968. A Dec. 20 wedding is planned in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Garcia will be attending the wedding. Thurs., Oct. 23, Iflli!) GKEELEY TRIBUNE Page 19 '· Spain and Portugal are thel The word, "rice," is believed; two leading countries in the to have meant "agriculture" or ' world's production of cork. ("culture" in ancient China. Lt. Lorraine M. Garcia I Get Trim M Stay Trim --\ WITH "World's Easiest Method of Active Exercise" SLIM-GYM' FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION CATHY OLSON 352-0800 in casserole after 1 hour of roasting time; continue .cooking for about 1 hour. Remove both roast and vegetables to serving platter before preparing sauce. With Turnips: Peel and quarter turnips; allow 4 to-6.pieces per person. Place turnips around roast in .casserole after 1 hour of roasting time; con- tine cooking'.for ;abput 1 /hour. Remove turnips and roast to serving, platter.before preparing DEVELOP POISE, SELF-CONFIDENCE ABILITY TO DEAL WITH PEOPLE Become that person you have alwayft wanted to bel HUMAN RELATIONS -- Develops self-confidence, poise and a warm, sparkling, magnetic personality. SOCIAL POISE -- Gracious manners make friends. ART OF DRESS -- A stunning appearance bolsterVyour morale and that of those around you. POSTURE AND GRACEFUL CARRIAGE YOGA EXERCISES -- Better health, keener mind, more energy, figure beauty, CORRECTIVE MAKEUP -- The world reacts to the face it sees. PROFESSIONAL MODELING MORGANTI COURSES are designed to develop .Inner strength of character, self-control and moral purpose. "There lire no homely women, only thnse who do not know how to be attractive." STARTING SOON: Classes for HOMEMAKERS, BUSINESS WOMEN, TEENAGERS -- YOUNG ADULTS -- Register now for Fall classes! For information ulease call 352-1639 or you may wits MORGANTI SCHOOL Route 2, Box 165A -- Grceley Stage "1" turns on the new knit hits Textured acetate knit uncrushables are singing a new fashion tune this season. More spirited. High in good looks. A catchy touch of ribbing echoes from collar and pockets to waistline of a bone or black 3-piecer, $33. Diamonds spark an inrarsia jacket over skirt and contrasting shell, turquoise or brown, $30. Other styles to see in red, celery, purple, peach, navy, camel. S to 18. YOUR FASHION BAR AT EIGHTH AND EIGHTH OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:30

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