The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 30, 1997 · Page 22
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D2 .WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30, 1997 FOOD THE SALINA JOURNAL V SUPERMARKET SAMPLER Universal Press Two Kellogg's banana bread waffles offer 2 grams of fiber and 7 grams of fat. Breakfast food doesn't waffle on banana flavor CAROLYN WYMAN • BONNIE TANDY LEBLANG Universal Press Forget the syrup and eat waffles out-of-hand as you would toast What's new on grocers' shelves: Frozen waffles Kellogg's Eggo Banana Bread Waffles: $1.25 to $1.50 per 11- ounce box containing eight frozen waffles. Bonnie: These new Eggo Banana Bread waf- 'fles are a classic example of follow the leader — in this case the banana-flavor- for-breakfast leader. First, .Post introduced Banana Nut Crunch cereal, then Nabisco followed with Banana Nut Bread Instant Multi- grain Hot Cereal, and now here's Kellogg's with Banana Bread Eggo waffles. .". I was pleased to see how natural these were, made with real banana puree that provides 2 grams of fiber per serving. Eat the waffles as you would toast without butter, and you have a moderate fat breakfast with 7 grams per two waffles. If ;you like bananas, I'd suggest giving this "follower" a try. Carolyn: Pop-Tarts, French toast and Dunkin' Donuts have all been made into cereals; cinnamon toast became a waffle, and now, so did banana bread. If you, like me, are already a bit fuzzy-headed in the morning, these new cross-category breakfast foods will make you truly Froot Loopy. This latest product to illustrate the trend also made me happy because Eggo Banana Bread has a strong banana flavor and enough .sweetness to taste good — not without butter, as Bonnie suggests — but without syrup and eaten out of hand like yet another favorite breakfast food — toast. •Spray seasonings Tryson House Flavor Sprays: Garlic, Italian, Oriental, Olive, Buttery Delite, and Mesquite, $3.39 to $3.89 per 6-ounce aerosol can. .', Bonnie: I use nonstick vegetable oil sprays to make cake and "sheet pans and casserole dishes easier to clean after cooking and also to save calories. Making a pan nonstick by spraying it can save hundreds of calories over using butter or oil. But that's not the intended use of these new flavored sprays. These are for seasoning food both before and after cooking. Personally, I think it's an erroneous purpose. Real cooks would never spray these flavored oils on their fresh food; it ruins the taste. I can suggest two possible uses for these, however: the classic pan spraying and flavoring your outdoor grill to keep food from sticking. The Mesquite would be perfect for the latter purpose. Carolyn: I must admit to a less than noble motive in wanting to try these. The idea of flavoring food in the same way as one would apply hair spray or insecticide tickled me. I didn't count on them actually being good, but they are! All but the butter taste real, and you don't have to use half a bottle to get the taste. 1 (I wish I could say the same about most five-hour marinades.) Haul out some plain ingredients and spray, spray, spray. Now that's my idea of cooking. Considering that they're also low in calories and fat, Tryson House Flavor Sprays could become THE convenient dinner additive of the '90s. Juice Ocean Spray Cran-Currant Juice Drink: $3 per 64-ounce bottle. Bonnie: I always enjoy black currants when visiting my sister in Brussels, Belgium, but they're not as easy to find here in the United States. But now you can enjoy their slightly tart taste in a new drink from Ocean Spray. This beverage combines black currants and cranberries — two fruits high in vitamin C. Like all cranberry beverages, this one also contains lots of added sugars, but I can still recommend it on occasion for both its vitamin C and change-of-pace taste. Carolyn: With an unadulterated flavor as rough as blisters on sandpaper, cranberries need to be mixed with other things to produce a drinkable beverage. Currants are the best other thing Ocean Spray has come up with in more than 30 years of juice-blend experimentation. Unlike Cranapple and most of their other cranberry juice blends, currants don't add a new flavor so much as soften and deepen the cranberry one. In other words, this tastes like the cranberry juice God SHOULD have invented. You are cordially invited to a dn^Tea Sp ^ • Thc Sunday, May 4th 12:30pmto5:30pm Sample Goiinm Village Cottage ^SSS {J W & petit fours. 122 East Second in Ellsworth (913) 472-4005 The Oldest Wood Frame House In Ellsworth i, Shop for Graduation & Mother's Day! I IK, . Fine Gifts & Collectibles - Wonderful Things For Giving & Keeping! ,* She'll love our long lasting CLASSICS! SAVlT'50** r Rockers THE QUALITY you've been looking for! Shop around and compare. You'll see the difference. Lamps 15% OFF 15% OFF desks FOREVER OAK • Htuttknfui CWt Fumitun & Accents • l-SOO-864-4429 823-9729 619 E. Crawford • Elmore Center Monday-Friday 10-6 Sal. 10-4 off 1 V CANNED GOODS Ivana Trump touts canned foods By The Associated Press NEW YORK — What better way to make canned foods fashionable than to hire Ivana Trump and former supermodel Carol Alt and stage a mock fashion show at the ultrafashionable Fashion Cafe? Alt catwalked down a runway holding a platter of Spicy Black- Eyed Pea and Jicama Salad. (The recipe was delicious, but it wasn't hers. It was from cookbook author Nathalie Dupree.) Celebrity chefs and cookbook authors also vamped down the runway, holding various dishes they had created. "We want to raise the image of canned foods to the same pedestal as fresh or frozen foods," said Robert Fatzinger of the American Iron and Steel Institute in Washington, B.C. The event was designed to convey that idea that "if it's OK for a celebrity, it's OK for me," he said. Both Ivana and Alt were incredibly polished and both were dressed in black, their short skirts showing off their gorgeous gams. Both praised canned foods. Dishes created by several well-, known chefs and cookbook authors using canned foods included Apricot and Almond Tart (pastry chef Nick Malgieri of New York), Spiced Pumpkin Soup (chef Kenneth Oringer of Boston) and Pasta with Artichokes and Olives (cookbook author Melanie Bernard). B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP "People Helping People" Ron Schmitz R.Ph. /ft 'tfou. Don' 24 Hour Answering 827-4455 601 E. Iron Salina Each year, EF Foundation lor Foreign Study brings hundreds of foreign exchange students from Asia, South America and Europe to spend a semester or academic year In the U.S. Won't you open your home as a host family to one of these young adventurers? It's like visiting another country without ever leaving home. All students are fully Insured and bring their own spending money; host families provide room, board and a caring environment. For more information, call: Patricia Quinn 913-823-8631 -B-IPf-E-S-S-I-Q-N-H-L •rvc. Nearly Me® Mastectomy Products Call Ginger today for more details, 1331 Armory Road, Salina, 825-4400 or 1-800-572-6177 June 5-8, '97 4 days $ 356° :oo H4NWBAL, MO. 3 dinners 3 breakfasts Step back in time to Mark Twain 's Mississippi River town and experience the excitement, romance, and spirit of adventure of America's history. Highlights: • Outdoor Theatre "Reflections of Mark Twain" • Mark Twain Museum • Mark Twain Cave • Meet Tom & Becky A Delightful & Relaxing Tour Call or write for more information on this & upcoming tours l'-800-364-2320, P.O. Box 135 ^ Yoder, Kansas • Molly Brown Dinner Show • Dinner Cruise on Mississippi • Twainland Express • Mansion Tour eritaae -ft ouse Bed Breakfast 913-825-8811 860 S. Santa Fe • Salina, Ks. Mother's & Father's Day Gift Certificates W Wedding & Anniversary Getaway Business Accommodations W Full Breakfast Pumice Powers Out Lime and Pusff when strong acid cleaners fail Rubs out toil*) rings Grooves itself to clean grill grids. Removes ugly stains, scab, <arboniied grease, •van unwanted paint, without harm to hard , metals, porcelain, ceramit cleans f jj^ <on|r0ttf masonr y and other hard surfaces. ovens. Ladyfc Aid*®ii a 100% pur* pumice bar • Cleans sinks, tubs and showers through abrasive action. • Removes "black bottom" from kettles and skillets. • Restores tools, pool* and barbecues. In your favorite Supermarket H MANUFACTURER COUPON | OFFER EXPIRES 12/31/97 I- •— -| SAVE 00 CONSUMER: Print your name and address here before redeeming this coupon at your favorite store. Receive by mail a second coupon good for ONI Pill BAH OF LADY'S AIDI* RETAILER: One coupon per purchase ol product indicated. Consumer to pay "" *"* any sales lax Cash value 1/201. UNITED STATES PUMICE CO. reimburses of LADY'S AIDE* you for the (ace value plus handling, if submitted in compliance with U.S.PuiTlic* U.S. Pumice's Coupon Redemption Policy. For free copy and/or coupon Scaurlna Bar I redemption, send to: USPU/Universal, Box 222510, Hollywood, Florida 33022. ~" t " "•¥ •«" | Call Avonne for an Appointment Avonne' Salon B2B-27B1 216 W. Minneapolis • Salina SUNFLOWER HOME CARE 645 E. Iron / Suite F / SaJina, KS 913-825-9220 /1-800-826-0786 • Skilled Nursing • TLC Services • Home Health Aide • Physical Therapy/ Occupational Therapy Your health is what we do. For your health in May Luncheon: Thursday, May 1,11:30 to 1 p.m., Heritage Hall, Bicentennial Center, Lunch will be served. Topic: Quackery and Home Remedies Speaker: John H. Renner, MD, a family physician, president of the non-profit Consumer Health Information Research Institute, and author of several books, including "How to Stay Well Without Going Broke." Cost: $5.50 per person ($5 for Seniors Advantage members). Registration Required. Call 452-7600 by Tuesday, April 29. May Health IMp Destination: Lowback, Texas. Salina Regional Physical Therapist Tom Knoll will give tips on keeping your low back healthy. Thursday, May 8, 8:30 to 10 a.m., third floor of the Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth. Call 452-7272 to register. National Senior Health & Fitness Day Salina Seniors will get to participate in a national health & fitness day on May 28 in Sunset Park. Activities are from 8:00 until 11:00 am. Seniors may participate in blood pressure screenings, speed walk competition, horseshoe contest, line dancing, and other activities. Seniors may order their special red/white/blue logo T-shirt for $6.00 by calling 452-7272. I11II11E0MMUMTY March of Dimes WalkAmerica Sunday, May 4, 2 p.m., Jerry Ivey Park. 10K walk with shorter route option. Registration starts at noon. Salina Regional is a local sponsor of this fundraiser. All proceeds go to research and prevention of birth defects. Call 452-6824 or 825-7476 for'a walk packet or more information. Magic School Bus Live! Salina Regional is working with Smoky Hills Public Television to bring this live tour of the children's program "Magic School Bus" to Central Mall on Sunday, May 4, at 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Free! Anxiety Screening Wednesday, May 7,4 to 8 p.m., Central Mall. Professionals from Salina Regional, Hotline and Central Kansas Mental Health Center will provide the screening, as part of National Anxiety Screening Day. Free! SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, May 3 through Thursday, May 8, in the former Sears store, 510 S. Santa Fe. Items accepted through May 3 (NOT refrigerators, air conditioners or tires). Especially needed: large paper grocery bags. REDUCTION WITHOUT MEDICATION May 7,14,21 and 28,7 to 8 p.m. Shashi Sharma, MD, teaches class participants how to relieve stress through deep breathing and meditation. Cost: $20 or $18 for Partners or Seniors Advantage Members. Call 452-7600 to register. Helpful for the established and newly diagnosed diabetics. Ongoing classes through the year, covering various topics. Free! To register, call 452-7600. American Heart Association class. May 20,7 to 10 p.m. The fee is $20. Call 452-7600 to register. - Lamaze and Infant Care Classes - next session starts May 6 - Lamaze Refresher - next class starts June 23 - Breastfeeding - May 19 - Brothers and Sisters Class - May 1 or May 19 - Caesarean Childbirth Class - June 2 For more information call 452-7600 Stroke Support Group For stroke survivors and caregivers, 1;30 p.m., fourth Wednesdays, Penn Campus. 452-6364 Huffers & Puffers Pulmonary support group, first Friday, 2 p.m., Penn Campus Conference room 3.452-6689 Cardiac Support Group Second and fourth Thursdays, 6:30 p,m., Santa Fe Heartland Room. 452.7588. Salina Regional Health Center

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