Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 21
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 21

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 /TWENTY-ONE- Recipe Blends Lima*, Cheese For A Busy Day An easy' recipe is? a • boon, for' a ousy day. Takes little- time-to 'cook, and few .ingredients, so you don't have;to 'run-down to the grocery store. AC-least i'ou ; 'won't.:if you have, large, dry, limas on'the 'shelf ; and' American 1 cheese Iri the refrigerator.. •..;•, 5.'';i:> ._';'. .. :'',.. Thatts-''ali you. heed for "Limas with Cheese." Cook the limas until tender; then stir in the grated cheese; heat slowly just until cheese gets melted, bubbly and good. f '•••'• Limas With Cheese 1& cups large dry limas 4 cups water • • l&teaspoons salt ,1 cup shredded American cheese Combine limas and water. Boil gently 1& to 2 hours. Add more hot water if needed. Season with salt last & hour. . When beans are tender and most of the liquid absorbed, stir in cheese and heat very, very slowly until it melts. Serves. 4 to 6. FRESH FRUITS I and VEGETABLES <4 .•:•,-••'? { California Iceberg < Lettuce 2 : - 33c i ^ •*£,•.-*• \ - , J ... .-:. -. ...;;< . .jpdlifornia ;.-,t: "•• ' l -. -> .".-*•• i).f|p>farigfes^--^" ^- : '/JrVihtiap '.'• .-'• " ':''; f *pple^..^^o g 29c •^ Snow Whit* : •}| Cauliflower ^ ^ 29c •;<•"' • ".•' : . ''"• ' ' • . • "«•" PERSIAN -MELONS, FRESH CUCUMBERS, } BUHERNUT SQUASH, LIMES, AVA.-V" CADOS, SLICING TOMATOES, • BRUSSEL •; : » SPROUTS, ETC... ...... ~~ '::+*: 27c ,4 'js-'.-'All P«Pptrida« . Fornr Products ':< ;;< ^ I I '/<• < < <•' < 4 4 .4 • : -\. 4 t 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 FROZEN FOODS Broccoli Sp«ari Fordhook.Limaf Cauliflewtr , 1 FOR I 55c .rust. .. -. • .-.. . . . Sprouts ....... 2 far 59c siiew;; ". , ' _• Strawberries 2 59c ^ ..... pk g . 19 C Dawiiy Floki ' Waffles Roseport Pies B«f — Chiek«n — Turkty 2for49c 'for Top Quality Meat*— Shop at Carl Mclntyre's . . Meat In Town—Cut the Way You Want It! SWIFT'S PREMIUM— 12 fo 14 Ib. av«rogt HamS who!, or shank half .......... . .......... END CUT— 2'/5 »o 3 Ib. . averag« Pork Loin Roast ............ . ...... ..... YOUNG TENDER Beef Liver ...... , ........................... MEATY SMALL Spare Ribs ................ ....... ..... ... SWIFT'S PREMIUM— ARMOUR'S STAR Lean Ground Beef ......... ......... HOME MADE. PURE All PORK coiing or.lool* .. ........... ....... SMAtl .'• "'" . • . . Cottage Butts .......... . .............. .. LEG OF . Spring Lamb ...... . ........ ..... .... .... Lamb Patties .. ..... . . ....... 2 FOR A REAL TREAT TRY AN IDLE FARM Cornish Game Hen ........ ..... . $1. SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED Bacon ......... -..:...-....•..'.. ....... ..... .... Tht Best Ib. 47C "" 29c IB. 39c ib. 45c ih 49c ib 59c »• 6Sc ib. 69c for 39C .89 EACH . .b. 55c Mr&FUKRfS MIKARIIIE Get Extra Pomd at V 2 Prke with each OM bought at regriar pike a S!' VI *> - GaUen &B. % ^* Q«rters ** ^ t SKRArTS Cheese •'••'** ^ 85c CAPORALE'S Pizza Pies 100 CABIN Syrup, i*.*bom.29c NBC PREMIUM FLAKE Crackers ib ^ 25c CUT-RITE Wax Paper ^ 25c DELSEY TOILET Tissue 4 »"> 45c WE'U HAVE THOSE FAMOUS KOONTZ FARM TURKEYS . (READY FOR THE OVEN) CARlMclNTYRE 436 Cumberland St. Phone PA 4-3480 FOOD MARKET FREi DELIVERY t Plenty Of Color And Flavor One of the delights of modern cooking is that by taking advantage of. the short-cuts offered by packaged foods and prepared mixes you can start your culinary efforts right out at the creative stage. Here, packaged mincemeat and cherry-flavored gelatin have been combined in a dessert rich with harvest-time fruits and nuts, full of the spicy- goodness of "far-away places with strarige^sounding names." Garnished festively with whipped cream and a bright red cherry note, you've a perfect finish to a company meal. Celebration Mold 1 package cherry-flavored gelatin 1 cup moist niincemeat^ 1 cup hot water 1/4 cup broken nuts, 1 cup cold water if desired Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add cold water. Pour 1/3 cup*mixture into 1-quart mold. Chill until firm. Chill remaining gelatin until slightly thickened. Then fold in mincemeat and nuts. Spoon onto firm gelatin in mold. Chill until firm. TJnmold. Garnish with mounds of sweetened whipped cream. Top each'mound with maraschino cherry and mint.leaf. Serves 6. *// desired, 1/2 package (4-112 ounces) condensed mincemeat nay be used. Prepare as directed. CooL Deep Dish Apple Pie 5 to 7 tart apples ; % to 1 cup sugar 2 tablespoons flour- Dash salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vt teaspoon nutmeg 1 recipe double pie crust. 2 tablespoons margarine Pare apples and slice thin. Mix sugar, flour, salt, spices; add to apples. Fill 9-inch deep pie pan. Dot with butter. Adjust top crust. Bake in hot oven (400°F.) 50 minutes. If apples aren't tart, add 1 tablespoon lemon juice. To make cheese-clove roll-ups cut slices of American cheese diagonally. Roll each triangle into a cone; fasten with a whole, clove. Top each slice of pie ' with a roll-up. For New Cooks ! Note to new cooks: Pastry shells must always be pricked well with a fork before baking in a hot (450 degrees) oven for twelve to fifteen minutes. Hot cooked noodles taste won derful mixed with garlic-flavored ive oil and Parmesan cheese. On Robin Hood Flour With Coupon From Bag Good on Your Next Purchase— 8* ^rom a 2-lb. Bag . . .10* from a 5-lb. Bag .-.. IS^rom a 10-lb^;Bag . . . 25* from a 25-lb. Bag -Thifl offer is get you. to discover for yourself how much, better Robin Hood is for all your baking! Go to your grocer; now and buy Robin Hood Flour. With every bag you will get a coupon which you may use in part 'payment the nexfytime you buy this wonderful flour. ; ',-' When you use Robin Hood you will find that you get the best results with one flour for all your baking. This is because Robin Hood i» milled from a blend of only the very choicest wheats. ••'••-.•,••. ;. . Try this great flour and. get the most, fiavorsome ^^^«^'P*«!^.^-"v^ lightest, fluffiest ' : «V«' > »^'He»-J^;^oIe family tell you how. all your;" baking i« ,wHen you use Robin Hood Flour. Next -time you are at your grocer's ask for Robin Hood, Get better baking and save yourself money, too! Art now! fhi$ offer jgood^fof ' : d limited time only! L«*k for tWi tfftM bug of y*«r fr*c*r'i n*«. If you 4o itot Robin Hood Flour Molasses Cooky ?ruit-Flavored If you want something a little different in the way of a fruity 'ooky, you'll like this one called Favorite Molasses Cookies."-. The flavor comes from tender, weet-chopped prunes, ginger and molasses. Just the thing for school unch boxes and fall menus. Favorite Molasses Cookies 4i cup cooked prunes % cup shortening *4' cup sugar H cup light molasses ^ cups sifted all-purpose flour! % teaspoon ginger l teaspoon salt % teaspoon soda Vi cup water . Remove pits from prunes and! chop. Cream together shortening, sugar and molasses. Sift flour vith ginger, salt and soda. Stir rito creamed mixture alternately vith water. Stir in prunes. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto a greased cooky sheet Bake in a moderately hot oven (375 degrees' Tahrenheit) 12 to 15 minutes.! Makes about 40 cookies. Sandwich For Lunch Sandwiches for lunch? Mash six hard-cooked eggs with a small-size can of deviled ham; add-salt, pepper, prepared mustard and. a little mayonnaise. .Use as a sandwich filling with lettuce or sliced cucumber. Heat Leftover Rice Here's a satisfactory way to but cooked leftover rice. Put it in a saucepan and cover it with boiling water; bring quickly to a boil. Drain and return to saucepan; dry a few minutes, shaking the pan, over low heat. An Easy to Serve FAVORITE ^Seafood Home Drest PORK STEAK 39c Ib. PORK LOIN RIB END . LOIN END . PICNIC HAMS (6-8 Ibs.) 33c ,„ Iceberg Lettuce 2 heads 33c Calif. Celery 2 heads 39c Fresh Ground HAMBURGER 35c Ib. 3 Ibs, $1.00 CHOICE BEEFSTEAK Round, Cubed or Swiss T°' 69c regular ib. HOME MADE PUDDING Bulk or Stuffed 3 Ibs. 1.00' lb. MRS. FILBERT'S OLEO Solid .......... lb.45c Quarters .. Ib. 49c SOUTH-END SELF SERVICE MKT 412 Virginia Are. * Free Delivery * Dial PA 4-3260 MRS. RIKKTS No coupon needed! You get regular stock! Nothing tastes fresher or spreads smoother! pound at when you buy a pound at price Only a woman could make it taste so goorf and spread so smo-o-ofh? Run-don'rwalk-to your store! This sale on Mrs. Filbert's is sensational! You don't need a coupon! It's not a special pack! It's all fresh, regular stock! It's a woman's recipe - Mrs. Filbert's own famous recipe. Don't miss your chance to try it. Taste how much sweeter, fresher than any other spread at any price! 15,000 units of Vitamin A in every pound for extra energy. Spread it! Spreads smoother than other spread, even ice cold! ^ DON'T FORGET! Coupons goodfo^ valuable premiums on every Mrs* Filbert's package! » Buy as many pounds as you like! But DON'T WAIT! This is regular? fresh stock in this big Vi Price Salcg It's the Mrs. Filbert's Margarine you love. Folks will storm the stores for it while the offer lasts! HUKKY! Mrs. M. V. Filbert BUY NOW-WHILE OFFER LASTS!

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