Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 19
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 19

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
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.Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1955 NINETEEN Peac1i:Mint Cocktail Recipe Because : : of< its • delicious fresh minty flavor,"', peach mint'"cocktail can be enjoyed either'-'as a first- course starter or dessert Vending'.'''• Golden, sunny-flavored" canned cling peaches are diced arid served well chilled .in an orange-mint sauce. • • :•: .•'•; •'.' '.Peach ftiint Cocktail j 6 cannedicling 'peach halves. \z cup syrup from peaches . 2Vi tablespoon^ chopped fresh ? minf'leaves.;/..' :^ % cup orange'rjuice 3 tablespoons lemon juice • Drain peaches and dice. Heat tyrup to boiling and add 2 tablespoons mint leaves. CooL Strain, add • orange and lemon juices and-.pour. over diced peaches.' Garnish . with" ..remainder of mint. Serve very cold. Serves six. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food-.Editor NEW LOOK FOR MEAT LOAF J And it's "achieved a simple way. Pimierito-stuffed olives, are sliced and arranged on the bottom of a Treat Old Favorite A New Way Vary Omelets With Chicken the green-olive slices garnish yourjjT • ^ moot TI,O,. are p re tty as can be;•*•"• l/ei meat. They with their pimiento-red centers. for the tiipe in the oven doesn't IU di: BAKED-IN OLIVE GARNISH gives an loaf real glamor and tastes delicious. greased favorite like meat im their -bright color one bit. We Ever serve a chicken-liver omelet? Make your omelet as usual; used the largest size of olives for j but before doing so dice lour chic- our loaf and the big meaty slices looked and tasted elegant. ... , .-. . ..= kenjiyers and cook them m a lit- tie butter or margarine with a la- Fruits ? Nuls Used In Apple Candy walnuts and lemon juice. Pour .into eg g s b e f or c storing, square pan to a depth of about I; inch. Chill thoroughly. Cut into squares. Combine con-j| fectioner's sugar and cornstarch; roll squares in this mixture. This meat ioaf uses packagedjblespoon or so of chopped onion, se ^ quick-cooking rice cereal as aisalt and pepper. Just before turn"filler." Try the recipe if you likejhig the omelet out of the skillet, a compact loaf that slices beauti-;sprinkle it with the chicken-liver fully. We served the loaf withimixture. You can buy chicken liv- creamed green peas, a salad and.ers at a chicken-parts market or, rolls. But it is equally good with i you can buy them frozen and pack-i creamed potatoes and snap beans.!aged. If you like, you .can bake potatoes in their skins along with the meat Broiler ^ c . oaf, then peel and dice the pota- cooked ham or luncheon meat are crm - toes and join them with a cream jput Qn skett .. ers gnd broiled along | saTu , ce ' c *u i f v !„«„ ,„ Iwith drained canned peaches. Both sl&7 mo"le ef £> am ""- P-** - basted with j „ »,„ ^S . «;.».» -fia sauce made bv simmering a cupi-"""" r"-^—- ainTti"t^sMhKe^N thepeach syrup with /coupleW Coo, lightlv wtih soft butter or marga-i? f . tablespoons of lime or lemon! thiough food . !rine." Heat ^the slices under theP"' ce and a dash of nutmeg. , - u, P - fpa "' P" 1 .! 116 " 1 '"ibroiler, turning once, until they! . straight rows if you cherish a neatj^ -We think this^' r s P a( | es Teen-agers who love to make their own candy will find this nesv apple recipe easy to follow. Buy new apples, fresh in flavor, fresh from the orchards. They are heaped high on the fruit counters now. Save the recipe for Christmas, too. Then make several batches! Topping for a ham loaf: wash for Christmas giving. A good des-iand slice an impeded orange; good with nuts Sprinkle the slices with sugar and iveet tidbit with' arran "e on top of the loaf about the after-dinner coffee. a half hour before the meat, isj Apple Candy ready ' 8 medium apples Vz cup cold water 2 cups light brown sugar, firmly packed 2 envelopes unflavored gelatine 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 tablespoon lemon juice Milk absorbs odors readily; 80 do eggs. Keep refrigerated milk and eggs covered. Never wash Piedmont Coffee in Vacuum Pack Cam Vi cup confectioner's sugar 1 tablespoon cornstarch Core and pare apples: cut in until tender; put mill or sieve. Add isugar. Cook over low heat until ithick (about "i' hour), stirring look; or let your. fancy dictate the - li -- Bake in moderate (330 1 often. : TEA i SPict H£E"lfCJf£S-Depl. 0. », Cincinnnli I, Ohio DISTRIBUTED BY PIEDMONT GROCERY CO. gn^ hot L but "nil N^ 665 ' oven ^ hours : loaf ut ^ , , . , Soften gelatine in remaining *•«!, When the loaf comes out of the " oven and is turned out of the pan. Ivnnrspifi • • ibe browned :on top. Loosen sidesjcup cold water: add to hot apple] renme'for the loaf calls for! vvith knife and tu f n out on platter.!mixture;, stir until dissolved. Chill £> MINO recipe for the loat calls /or^^ g servjngs juntil slightly thickened: stir SUg3T NOW! IN EVERY LARGE SIZE BLUE DETERGENT SUPER SUDS You get the tingling taste of five prize apple varieties—' grown for flavor in Lucky Leaf?s own orchards. Spell daily processed to se"al in all the flavor from all the apples—give you the tastiest apple sauce ever! Packed for yoii in both tin and glass. Try Lucky If of App/« Ju/ct | Ltof fnsfonf fruif ;• fillings, too DETERGENT PER PACKAGE than any v'milorly packaged brand. Use Blue Detergent Super Suds — for the Cleanest, Whitest Wash You've Ever • Seen ... and without a bluing 1 BUY A so* TODAYS dry mustard and marjoram; but chili powder and oregano may be substituted. A half cup of medium-;! fine grated carrots may also be; added to the meat mixture. I Be sure to observe recipe dH rections about packing the^meati mixture down well in the pan in] which it is baked so there will be| no air holes when you slice and serve it. Olive Meat Loaf Ingredients:-Stuffed green olives, 1 pound chopped beef, % pound chopped pork, ¥> cup quick-cooking granulated rice cereal, 1 egg, Vt\ cup minced onion, iV-i teaspoons] salt, .-Vi teaspoon pepper,.% teaspoon dried, crushed marjoram, '/; cup tomato juice. Method: Grease. bottom andj sides of medium-sized loaf pan — about 8 by 4 by 3 inches. 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