The Miami News from Miami, Florida on November 22, 1938 · 22
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The Miami News from Miami, Florida · 22

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Tuesday, November 22, 1938
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PAGE TWO C THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1938 Hani, Turkey Chosen For Two Menus Complete Bill Of Far Planned For Dinner, Buffet thesa dinner and buffet "spreads": THANKSGIVING DINNER Wafer Chestnut Bisque Olives Roast Certified Turkey Pork Sausage Stuffing Giblet Grav Tender Made Ham Scalloped Sweet Potatoes Brussel Sprouts p. Cranberry Conserve ice-eox kous Heart Lttcue Koquerort pressing Pumpkin Ice Cream Salted Nuts Maple Patties Coffee Tender Made ham takes its' place on the Thanksgiving; table in fine company ofj roast turkey or forms the whole meat course in holiday attire with attractive garnish of fall fruits and vege tables and luscious apple; pie for dessert. Sharing honor with turkey. It has place on holiday menus in ROASTED AND PACKED DAILY ly HILL BROS, INC . . MIAMI, FLA. THANKSGIVING BUFFET SUPPER Cold Meat Platter (Alternate slices of turkey white meat and Tender Made ham, garnished Celery Curls Midget Pickles Bread and Butter Sandwiches (Filled with thin layer of cold turkev stuffing) Mixed Salad Bowl Fresh Fruits Lemon Cup Cakes Coffee Cider 2 cupfuls or more diced cooked turkey 'i to 1 cupful cooked peas Biscuit dough Melt butter, add flour and blend well. Add soup and cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. Add turkey and peas to the mushroom sauce or to the turkey gravy and pour into buttered casserole. Top with small Biscuits, ' inch In thickness, and bake in a hot oven (425 degrees) for IS to 20 minutes, or until the biscuits are richly browned. TURKEY PIE 2 tablespoonfuls butter 3 tablespoonfuls flour 1 medium can cream room soup or 2 cupfuls turkey gravy of mush- Before Buying For Thanksgiving See the Quality TENNESSEE . TURKEYS and Other Poultry at Smith Poult rv 1479 N. V. 7th Ave. Casserole Is iRunner-Up Turkey meat from what's left J after the rounds of the holiday meal goes into this appetixing casserole, a runner-up on the main holiday dish: TURKEY AND MACARONI CASSEROLE (Serve 4) 1 medium can cooked macaroni in cream sauce with cheese 1 cupful diced turkey H cupful cooked peas (left-over) ; cupful rice flakes 1 teaspoonful butter, melted Place macaroni, turkey and peas jin buttered casserole and stir gen-itly with t'ork. Mix rice flakes with butter and sprinkle over top. Bake in a moderate oven (375 de-'grees) for 25 minutes. j COCOA EGGNOG Put into a saucepan two table-' spoons malted smilk, one tab'e-! spoon of sugar, a little salt and two tablespoons of cocoa, gradually adding one cupful of boiling water and stirring constantly. Add one-half cup cream and bring to boiling point. Remove from the fire and pour slowly on one egg that has been beaten until thick and lemon tinted. Turn into three hot cups, sprinkle with nutmeg and serve with small cakes for lunch. 3 "the shopping center of dade county9 C r - S mm iiiuiii ' "ft ' ""t T " -i - - U -lJi Spice Blends nYl i irfr "liYh" t I !Are Selected iiFor Good Pie Ship's Emblems On Cloth Breath of the sea blows into this modern breakfast corner with nautical table set up... The cloth has red and blue figures on white background... Chair pad and cloth 'made of a washable lacquered pattern especially well suited to small apartments. Homemaker Saved Trouble Of Proportioning Quantities Pumpkin pie Is fine if rightly spiced. Having the right blending prepared by experts relieves the homemaker of extra time it takes to proportion spices for the pie. In the following recipes for pie. Bee Spicer uses Bee brand pump kin pie spice: POD? KIN PIE 1M cups prepared pumpkin 2 tablespoons molasses i cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoons Bee Brand pumpkin pie spice 'i teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon flour 2 eggs (slightly beaten) IVi cups milk Combine the pumpkin and molasses. Sift sugar, pumpkin pie spice, salt and four and mix with pumpkin. Add eggs and milk, pour in unbaked pie shell and bake 10 minutes in a hot oven (450 degrees) until crust is set, then 45 minutes in moderate oven (350 degrees) un til filling is firm. YOUR FEAST SPECIALS TODAY AND WEDNESDAY TENDER PLUMP YOUNG T U KEYS lb. 29c 1- cjOq1-3 I I ' 11 mmi I EXTRA FANCY SELECTED TURKEYS- .... lb. 32c Let Us iloast Your Thanksgiving Turkey Wifft Stuffing. .50c TO U If a TENDtR STRING EHDS TENDERED ROASTING OKICKENS.Ib. 29c HAMS, 5 to 6-lb. Aug... lb. 18c FANCY LONG ISLAND DUCKS BACON lb. 29c YOUHG GEESE MINCE MEAT 19c PURE PORK BALTIMORE STANDARD SAUSAGE MEAT.IS. 27c OYSTERS pint 29c spray CRANBERRY SAUCEf "li DOMESTIC MIAMI SUN CRAPZTSUIT CAVIAR l-oz. jar 10c JUICE, No. 2 can..3 for 13c ROSED ALE oSrrrnu M TS oc, PEACHES... No. 2 can 10c M I ......... db iUI aOC monarch no. can HEINZ PLUM. FIG, DATE FRUIT COCKTAIL.. 2 for 35c DlinniMT Medlbm Can ....29c panct rulk KUUUINb urpc, 4.c pitted DATES... 2 lbs. 29c HEINZ TALL CAN TOMATO moTT MEDIUM CAN JUICE can Sc APPLE SAUCE.2 tor 15c CUSTARD PUCaPKIH lOc" PRODUCE SPECIALS LATE HOWE PIRM CRISP CRANBERRIES 19c LETTUCE ....2 heads 15c BAEING SIZE CEORCIA n01T FOR TUICE SWEET P0TAT0ES.5 lbs. -8c ORANGES peck 15c EATING OR COOKING TORE IMPERIAL . APPLES 10 lbs. 19c GRAPEFRUIT. ..peck 10c YELLOW GREEN STRINGLESS ONIONS 2 lbs. 5c BEANS 2 lbs. 7c CRISP WHITE SNOW WHITE CELERY g::::::r.c.h.K CAULIFLOWER... .2 lbs. 19c MIXED. BEST GRADE DRAKE NUTS lb. 23e ALMOMIS Ib. 28c PAPER SHELL BEST CRADE PECAIVS Ib. l ie HRAZIL NUTS Ib. 25c NO. I ENGLISH ITALIAN WALXUTS lb. 2 tc CllESTt?TS lb. 13c BAKERY SPECIALS PUMPKIN AND MINCE PIE Medium 25c Large SPECIAL! TODAY ICE CREAM OUR OWN MAKE From Pur Cream and Flavors. SUND A Y THROUGH VANILLA CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY I SANITARY FREEZER PACKED 2 pis. Plenty of Fraa Parking THANKSGIVING Full Courw Turkey O in iter II A. M. to I P. M. 50c 7r I . 3D (0a (Sit raw Open Nights Till 9 o'Clock We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities (MM By FRANCES PECK CHeins' Horns Institute) Here is a pie crust to rival the most delectable dainty your grandmother ever turned out of her old wood stove. A fine tender shell lined with a layer of old-fashioned mince meat, covered with tart apple slices and capped with butter-crumb topping. The sort of pie to send your men-folk off in a trail of boyhood memories and reap laurels of praise for your own skill as a cook. .The recipe: MIXCE MEAT AND APPLE CRUMB PIE Mix in bowl 2 cups sitfed all-purpose flour. i teaspoon salt. Add 1-3 cup lard, thoroughly chilled. Cut fat into flour using two knives or the tips of fingers. Do this lightly and deftly so fat does not melt into flour. When flour and fat particles ' are about size of navy beans, add gradually 4 tablespoons water Blended with - 1 teaspoon pure olive oil. Mix just enough to make a smooth dough. Chill for an hour if possible. Then divide dough In half, place one nail on siignuy I loured molding surface, pat pastry lightly, then roll out to i inch thickness, and a little larger than pie pan. Fold sheet of pastry in half and place in nine-inch pie pan, then unfold pastry. Press lightly to fit pan and trim edges. Combine 2 cups sliced, apples 1-3 cup sugar If apples are tart more sugar may be needed). Arrange apples over mince meat. Combine 1-2 cup sifted" all-purpose flour 1-3 cup sugar: Work in 4 tablespoons butter, well chilled. Sprinkle crumb mixture over apples. Bake in a hot oven 450 degrees 10 minutes, then reduce temperature and continue baking in, a moderate oven 375 degrees 30 minutes. Serve warm. These spices are also assorted for gingerbread. The recipe: GINGERBREAD 3 tablespoons butter 1.4 run cramilatpri cupnr 1 egg (beaten) ri cup dark molasses l?i cups pastry flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 4 teaspoon soda H teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons Bee Brand pumpkin pie spice H cup boiling water Cream the butter and sugar together thoroughly. Add the egg and molasses. Sift and add dry ingredients. Add boiling water. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees) for 20 to 25 minutes. Serve hot with whipped cream or a mixture of whipped cream and cream cheese. Reputation Is Sustained For Two Favorites ' Oatmeal cookies and muffins are well known favorites and these two recipes should uphold their reputation: OATMEAL, COOKIES 1 cup sugar i cup molasses 1 cup melted shortening 2 eggs H cup milk 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon cloves Va teaspoon soda 2 cups flour 2 cups oats 1 cup chopped raisins Mix ingredients in order given. Before adding, sift the soda and spices with flour. Drop by tea- spoonfuls on greased pans and; bake in a moderate oven (375-400 degrees) about seven minutes. OATMEAL MUFFINS 2 cups rolled oats 1H cups hot milk i cup melted shortening 1-3 cup brown sugar 1 egg, well beaten 1 cup flour teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons baking powder Pour the hot milk over the rolled oats and let stand until cold. Add the shortening, brown sugar, beaten egg, and the flour mixed and sitfed with the baking powder and salt. Turn into greased muffin pans and bake in a moderately hot oven (375 degrees) for 20 to 25 minutes. This recipe makes 12 to 16 muffins. Here's Reminder Of Rhubarb Pie Among fall specialties for pie, rhubarb is a favorite and not to be overlooked when lining up special- s ties. This recipe turns out tempt- y ing filling: RHUBARB MERINGUE PIE 1 1-3 cups 11 can) sweetened eon densed milk 2V4 tablespoons lemon juice 2 eggs, separated 1 cup freshly stewed rhubarb 2 tablespoons granulated sugar Baked pie shell, 9-inch Blend sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice and egg yolks. . Fold in rhubarb which has been drained. Pour into baked pie shell. Cover with meringue made by beating egg whites until stiff and adding sugar. Bake in moderate oven 10 minutes or until brown. Chill before serving.- Thanksgiving Special Price Good All Week tmj Wktrt duality 4 PriM Ml TURKEYS Wefek for price HENS Z for $1.2 DUCKS .. lb. c SOFT BONE ROASTERS Ib. 10c BEST MONET CAN UVt LARGE RED AND ROCK HENS Ib. 21c Truck ( PMltry ! All lit Frttk If CLARK & SOX 2091 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-3473 JEWELRY THEFT REPORTED Jewelry valued at $300 was stolen from the apartment of H. H. Milligan, 2128 S. W. Fifth at, between Nov. 15 and 19, while he was out of town, he reported to police today. YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE THE 110-POUND LIVE TURKEY AT SPALDING'S 7TH AYE. FISH & POULTRY MKT. 6122 N. W. 7th Av. (who have served you choice poultry for risri) WE OFFER TOU FOR THANKSGIVING CHOICEST SELECTED TURKEYS ROASTERS DUCKS HENS FRYERS FACT EGGS AT ALL TIMES f o!"!SP 'J i J i i n i nj si i z i Little River's Largest Independent Market Low Prices THE FINEST NORTHWEST GRAIN FED, 8 to 20-LB. AVG. 3 LB. Til KEYS DUCKS Fancy Long Island lb. 23c FRESH PORK HAMS lb. 22c 29c Pare Pork Soeioqe Ib. MISSOURI SHIPPED POULTRY Fancy Fowl, Ib. gg Roasting vSif Chickens . . Ib. feUu EATMORE CRANBERRIES, lb. 190 CRISP, TENDER BFNDLE CELERY HEARTS.. 150 CHESTNUTS, lb. 12ht CABBAGE or RUTABAGAS lb. 3C NANCY HALL SWEETS . ... 5 lbs. 190 INDIAN RIVER ORANGES peck 25c MINCE MEAT 12U NONE-SUCH Package TIME ... 2 for 19c LIBBY'S ALL GREEN ASPARAGUS No. 2 can 25c No. 1 can 15c IJOLL i Ocean-Spray CRANBERRY BUTTER . . Ib. 25c SAUCE... can lie Crosse & Blackweli's FAMOUS FOODS KIM AND BRAN I V MINCE MEAT 1- Ib. jar 25C 2- lb. jar 45C DATE 4k NIT BREAD, Can 2lz PI. I M Mr PUDDING 31c T.4R4.K BOTTLE CATSUP.... 15c WRTED IB. 4R PRESERVES . 25c ORANGE. I-LB. JAR MARMALADE, 23c STOKELY'S FINEST PUMPKIN No. 2 Can 8c Ho. 2 ; Can 10c DrnnUCO Libby's Rosedale I bHUULU L -- 10c 3 Quantity Rigbts Reserved m r!Tj m L'm m jets r .n Cranberry Sauce Minot's 2 Cans IwC 668 TV. W. 62nd STREET Thanksgiving Specials Pumpkin Van Camp'i Fancy No. 2y2 Can 2 for 19c t Shipped Texas Dressed Finest Quality ) I O 1 S s. HENAs,;rs,T,0MS Lb. yoJ(Q FRESHSMALL SIZE N, Vork PORK HAMS . . lb. 23c DUCKS Ib. 22c FRESH BALTIMORE SHIPPED MISSOURI DRESSED OYSTERS : pt. 25c j ROASTERS Ib. 27c Shipped Missouri Dressed . .. IIEFJS suggestions MINCE MEAT Any L OK home made' style Old Time 2 pkgs. I7c Siz I Da ZvC DICC PUMPKIN or JK, None Such P1 SSc r ICO MINCE, Each 03C Sausage Meat HEinz puddings our ow il 01 Fruit Cake 2 2.89c PuPdLL-FIG-I,ATElft Make D. IIC Can 29C DELICIOtS FRCIT AND ' OTMSD KUl Cake I B 3t 2 I C THRIFT STEAKS MINCE MEAT SIRLOIN or CLUB chocolate-cobbed ! , Lb. 25c cherries: :i" i9c 2" 25c ' " MUSSELMAVS ft Ban w t n ir fanct large sti art LAMP "OAST pECflns ih i7C applesauce SHOULDER rCUHIIO ID. lib No M9 Ik lylrt Uan OC BEEF ROAST m"UTS " g pickles CHUCK Jonathan SWEET MIXED b. 18c 1 flPPLES' 5 lbs- l9c 1 21 IIIc FANCY CAPE COD CRANBERRIES Ib. 19c KRISP STALK CELERY each 5c LARGE KRISP HEADS LETTUCE 2 for 15c FANCY SNOWHITE CAULIFLOWER Ib. 10c FANCY TENDER GREEN BROCCOLI EK 16c CANADIAN RUTABAGAS Ib. 3c GEORGIA YAMS 10 lbs. 15s PEAS Libby's Fancy 't Tender Sweet mm Med. Cans I9c CORN uiJ!aJ-2aSI7o LIBBY'S BARTLETT PEARS .... No. 2 can 16c TRAPPEYS CANDIED YAMS 2 for 25c LIBBY'S FANCY' TOMATO JUICE K 5c CELL'S sf'Z pkg. 10c GUARANTEED QUALITY SALAD DRESSING . . . qt. 17c

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