The Daily Capital News from Jefferson City, Missouri on January 27, 1961 · Page 14
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The Daily Capital News from Jefferson City, Missouri · Page 14

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Page 14 New Idea for Cold Night Meal Yams Join Round Steak in a Pie A new idea for cold night meals —a "yamburger" pie. The "crust" is made of ground beef and the filling of ma shod Louisiana yams. You'll enjoy it. HAMBURGER PIE (Makes 4 to 6 scrvinps) 1 pound ground beef chuck 1 egg. beaten 1 medium-sized onion, chopped *3 cup chopped green pepper % cup fine dry bread crumbs 1 teaspoon salt \'e teaspoon pepper 2*4 cups mashed cooked Louisiana yams *i teaspoon seasonc-d salt \'s tea<j>oon allspice V< teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese Combine beef, egg. onion, green pepper, bread crumbs, salt and Vs teaspoon pepper: mix well. Press meat mixture on bottom and sides of 9-inch pie plate. Combine yams, seasoned salt, sHspice. l -i teaspoon pepper and 1 tablespoon cheese; mix we!!. Arrange yam! mixture over moat mixture. Top] with remaining 1 tablespoon cheese. Bake in moderate oven i (350 degrees F.t 50 minutes. ; LOUISIANA YAMS WITH PEASJ (Makes 6 servings) ! 2 cans (1 pound each> Louisiana | yams, or 6 medium-sized yams ! 1 package (10 ounces) frozen j peas Salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons chopped chives 1 cup sour cream Cook undrained canned yams over low heat 10 minutes: drain.) If using fresh yams, cook yams,' * * * Top Treat chopped round steak for a delightful "yamburger" pie. Louisiana yams are deliciously combined with "crust" of Tricycle Operator Said Too Reckless STEPHENVILLE, Tex. <AP>Eddie Jones. 3, was described as "a reckless and incompetent tricycle operator" in a 550,000- damage suit in district court Tues-l jday. j j The petition, filed by Homer! Wolfe against Eddie's father, Ed:' Jones, alleges that Wolfe's wife, Bertha, was employed as a maidj in Jones' home when she wasi struck by a tricycle last Aug. 26. ! The petition alleges she suffered: extensive injuries and mental anguish, j "Little Eddie, who was on his' tricycle, gathered a full head of steam and without a warning yell of any nature propelled his tricycle with great force into the, body of Bertha Wolfe while her : back was turned," the petition' charged. ! ! The plaintiff contends that the ! Isenior Jones knew that his son' !"was a reckless and incompetent: '• operator of the tricycle." 1 NEWS, k Her ton Gty, Mo., - Fiifcy, Januity 27, 196! Here Are Some Tips Rippled Corn Chips Go Well With 'Off-Shelf Party Dips GAYNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Assn. covered, in boiling salted water 30 to 35 minutes, or until tender;! Every woman likes to hear abouti drain and peel. Cook peas as di-i new dips to serve before her dinner! reeled on package. Drsin if neces-P 3 ^'- We find the new rippled corn! sary- Combine yams, peas, salt and chips, made of stone ground corn pepper, chives and sour cream; ' a ™* cooked in corn oil, particularly mix well. Cook over low heat, stir-ig^od with dips. They don't crumble ring frequently, to serving temper-jwith heavy dips. ature. j Here are a lew special dips made from ingredients usually found on your own pantry shelf: BACON-CHEESE ZIP DIP (Makes about 1 cup) 1 5-ounce jar cheese spread with bacon 1 envelope garlic salad dressing mix (7/10-ounce) Vt cup (V'i of S-ounce can) tomato sauce Blend all ingredients in a bowl. Serve as a dip for triple rippled corn chips. HEARTY PARTY DIP (Makes about 1 cup) '•2 of a lOVi-ounce can cream of mushroom soup (~-i cup) 1 4V->-ounce can deviled ham ',•2 teaspoon instant minced onion M; teaspoon parsley flakes & teaspoon curry powder Blend all ingredients in a bowl. I Serve as a dip for triple rippled! corn chips. N'ote: Curry powder; may be increased to 1 teaspoon ifj stronger curry flavor is desired. ANCHOVY DIP (Makes about 1 cup) 1 2-ounce tube anchovy paste 1 5-ounce jar chive cheese spread Vi cup (Vi of 8-ounce can) tomato sauce 1 teaspoon parsley flakes. Measure all ingredients into a bowl. Beat with a fork to blend. Serve as a dip for triple rippled corn chips. Mayor to Be Freed On Parole in March TALLAHASSEE, Fla. AP) — The former mayor of Warner Robins, Ga., who won re-election while in federal prison here, will be released on parole March 31. Kemp A. Harrison. 49, won a second four-year term as mayor of the middle Georgia city in a November election despite the fact he had started serving a federal sentence of a year and a day for bank fraud conspiracy. A state court denied efforts to oust him. but Harrison resigned Jan. 16 giving poor health as the; reason. i High Winds Prevent Freighter Launching BALTIMORE (AP)—High winds! prevented the launching Tuesday of the first freighter christened by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, wife of the vice president. The ship, SS Solon Turman, remained in its ways after being hit with the bottle of champagne. Officials said it would be too dangerous to send the S10-million| ship into the water because of; winds at 25 miles an hour atj Bethlehem's Sparrows Point shipyard. Open Thurs., Frl. & Sat. 'Til 8 P. M. — Open Weekdays 'Til 6 P. M. — Closed Sundays Chuck 500 Jefferson PORK NECK BONES ... Ib. 19c Fully Cooked WHOLE HAMS Ib. 45c Sliced BACON Thrift or Columbia FRESH GROUND Pork Tenderloin, Ib. Beef Cube Steak, Ib. ^^^^M^^MV^^^ 79 Beef Rib Steak . !b. Pork Cutlets . . Ib. Whole Fresh Ice Pack«d Ib. Temple's ORANGE SHERBET or FROZEN DESSERT 1 39' BANANAS 10 STRAWBERRIES 5—10 Oz. Pkgs. S|00 Temple's Fresh BREAD 2 16-Oz. Loaves SWEET-EATIN* Mix or Match SALE CHOO-CHOO-CHOOSE YOUR SWEET-EATIN' FAVORITES Choose any corr.binztion of thesa ready-sweetened cereals ALL STARS • SUGAR SMACKS SUGARPOPS.COCOAKRISPIESl SUGAR FROSTED FLAKES ANY PACKAGE 29 ea ^ — - ' ' • i —•^••^^MHV White Potatoes I Royal Gelatin 50 29c Volumt No. 1—Only 29c — Volumei 2-25 only 99c Each A-G SUPER MARKET CORNER E. DUNKLIN AND CLARK AVE. OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 P. M.; SAT. TIL 6 P. M OPEN EVENINGS..TIL 8jQO..P,!M^SATUHDAYS 'TIL 6 P.M.-CLOSED SUNDAYS BUY ALL YOU WANT AT LEE'S! NO LIMITS OH PURCHASES OR CASH SAVINGS! TENDER BEEF CHUCK ROAST Center Cuis A'Q TvJ C BOILING BEEF perfect for soup only19 e lb. Tender BEEF Boneless BEEF Lean, Tender RIB STEAKS STEW MEAT ARM ROAST ib. Ib. Ib. Bacon 2 Armour's Star PICNIC HAMS SHURFRESH BISCUITS . . 3 25 FLAVORKIST GRAHAM CRACKERS IB. 29 FLUFFO 3 69 C | MIRACLE-WHIP SALAD DRESSING POPCORN SUGAR KRAFT GRAPE JELLY ~ 3 KLEENEX FACIAL TISSUES .. A 4 for 400 y| Boxes Count mMi for Maxwell House INSTANT COFFEE... 6-Oz. Maxwell House Vac-Pak ICE CREAM Coffee 2- $ 1 29 HEAD LETTUCE /' Half Gallon Large 2-Doz. Size 2 25 ISc Each Red or While POTATOES BANANAS L B 10 A-G TOMATOES 4 in Carton PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE AT LEES!

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