Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 16, 1961 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
Page 10
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[TiuHi, Nor. It,-mi' GREELEY'raiBUKE P«« 11 PINEAPPLE SPONGE --'An nirv [real tor guests who visit during the Thanksgiving holi- day weekend, 1 Serve a tight Sponge Dessert To Guests On Holiday Weekend By CECILY BROWNSTOKE Pr*» Food Editor After the pumpkin and mince pies are relished at Thanksgiving dinner, you may, enjoy having on hand a large, airy, fruit-flavored dessert to ; serve to guests over the holiday weekend. Here it is -- pineapple sponge with custard sauce, lovely to look at, pleasant to taste. AVe made this dessert in one of the comparatively new large copper-colored aluminum molds that divides so easily and neatly into 18 serving portions. Don't worry about turning out the dessert from a large mold. After the sponge has set, run a knife arounc the edge of the mold and place il In hot water for a few seconds another CONVENIENCE FOODS Then pi aft your serving plate firmly over the top. With one land on top of the plate, and the other at the bottom of the mold, invert; lift off the mold. Just one caution; make'sure ,the-plate is well centered,' and stays that way. This dessert is made with egj whites, so you can use the yolks in a made-from-scratch custarc lance to serve with the sponge Or you can take the easy way am use'a couple of packages of in slant vanilla-flavored pudding mix adding enough milk for sauce con sistency. For texture contrast you may sprinkle the top of thi sauce with toasted slivered al monds. Unmoltfcd, the pineapple sponge looks beautiful "as is." But you want to garnish it, place slice of pineapple or a cluster o grapes in the center. P!n«appl* J cans (1 pound each) crushed. pineapple · Orange juke FOK THE BEST Radio and Television Repairs CALL EL 2-2113 . Western Television .Specialists ALL WORK GUARANTEED · packages (3 ounces each) pineapple gelatin quart boiling water egg whites i cup sugar cup Tokay grapes (halved seeded) Turn pineapple into a straine iver a deep bowl to drain tlior ughly -- this takes considerahl ime. Add enough orange juice ' he drained pineapple syrup make 2 cups; pour over pineappl ;elatin; add boiling water; at until slightly thickened. Beat eg whites, until foamy. Beat in suga: 1 tablespoon, at a time;, conlinu o beat until meringue form soft peaks, Add slightly thickene geiatjn;' beaj'gently until blendei ?old iri drained .pineapple an grapes. Turn'into 3',iKJuart mold chill until set. Unmold. Serv vith custard, sauce, garni shed wil oasled almond* if desired. New Gospel Stations NEW YORK (API-Construe lion of two 100,000-wntt (ran milters to beam Christian pr grams to most ot Africa, t Middle East' and 'southern Inc is under-way, reports the Radi Visual andfMass Communicatii Committee=ef the National Cou oil of Churches.,^More than billion people,'''many of who have never heard the Christ! message, will be in range of t "Voice of the Gospel" station when . completed in 1963. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT Ai erry Goodnef hows Slides of {ire raftCarrier Color Vtlidej of : .»«riouj phases Ntvy career · iboird the rcraft carter, Shangri La, were town by Terry Goodner fen' the m »t the recent meeting of the U Salle Lknu Club/it the ons. Clubhouse. Goodner is the no of Mr. and Mn. ·Ejirl Goodof southwest .of La Salle. His (her is t member of the La Salle Lions. One'cruise was of particular in- crest. ThLs was a tour Oi the editerranean i area and various ports of call. Wayne Norman made a report the La Salle United Fund 1 drive, ating that M per cent of the c ad been reached' with «7 per ··ent of the cards turned in. A light bulb sale, which the club iad-planned tg_ hold this month, as postponed''until February. A discussion.'wa;' held between erry Brummer, principal oi.Val- ey High School, arid G. H. Beat; superintendent, of .La Salle *hools, on "Teaching Machines." ach declared -tnesF.-'machines ·ere the coming thing'for modern nstrudioh in public schools. Hostesses for the'turkey dinner ·ere Lionesses 'Blanche Beattio, Freed*. Reeve, Leona Fisher and fargarrt Morris. They were as- isted in serving by yat juggins rid Gay Anderson, Rainbow Girls. ! MONTGOMERY WARD SIS Tenth St. Ph. .EU 3-0204 Start Hourtl Mile Vi Murphy Tells Editors of Jail , rermonCbn tempt DAIiAS,. Tex. '(API-Reporter i Murphy told newspaper editors Wednesday about circumstances eading,to her 30-day slay in the Denver (Colo.) County jail on a 1 contempt of court citation. Mrs, Murphy, of the Longmont, Colo., Daily Times-Call, was jailed or refusing to reveal a news source to the Colorado Supreme Court. She was one of the speakers at .he convention of Associated Press] Managing Editors Association. Toward, Understanding ERLANGER, Ky. (API--Forty- five Protestant clergymen attended a three-day retreat' at .the Marydale .Retreat House.of the Covingioh, ky!,"Roman" Catholic Diocese. The Rev. Thows F. Midd«ndorft, Marydale director, said the retreat was planned "to break down prejudices and bring about a better spirit of understanding." STOLL S Food Market /^25\ u ».·.. North llth Avenue [·**Sk\ MOi'iara Ivjjgji// Stamps Op * n Mon " Wed " Fr! " and Sal " 9:0 ° AM-8:00 PM - ^ZizP " Tues., and Thurs., 9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. Cudahy Puritan BACON Thlpk Slie* 2 RIVERSIDE 4-SQUARE GUARANTEE 1, A*«M rMd iMiordi lor *. 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