Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 21, 1955 · Page 10
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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml)., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, Di.JPA-a.4WM) for » WAiVI Small.Fry Cupcake* Small fry like cupcakes spread Vith peanut butter. Or use peanut butter as a spread for muffins. Don't smooth out a meringue when you are spreading it over a pie filling. Swoops and billows look pretty after the topping is browned! Trim Lettuce Examine a head of lettuce before you store it. If it has any withered leaves, discoloration or indication of decay, be sure to remove these. You can reheat cooked rice by covering it with water, bringing it just to a boil, and draining it well. Eat the Best at the Lowest Prices! OCEAN SPRAY . ' CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 r, 37c BORDEN'S NONE-SUCH MINCEMEAT ";"49c LiBBY'S SMOOTH PUMPKIN PILLSBURY'S PIE CRUST MIX 2 Pk9 ,25c JUST REDUCED! Maxwell House COFFEE ..£ 97c TRIMBLE-S : '•'. ^_ SAUER KRAUT 2 *£?. 27c GREEN GIANT PEAS 2 N :.r37c • l^BW » ^^ »*••»••• ••.•••••**'•*•** KRAFT ^_ MAYONNAISE : fi ,,37c KRAFT v'-.' -:*>-V.'.v ;.:,, . . CHEEZWHIZ U S. N<X i LARGE MARYLAND POTATOES i PASCAL CELERY ^ 2" *-39c FRESH CRANBERRIES 2-" >-39c GOLDEN SWEET POTATOES 4 '- 29c ICEBERG LETTUCE 2'-^29p DELICIOUS APPLES 5 Fresh Dressed from Local Farms Brisket Of Beef With Lima Beans Brisket of beef is a good buy nd plentiful on the markets right; o\v,.sp why not give your family; • boiled dinner'; '' "The nice part about it is that ou can put it on to cook and radically forget about it.: Large dry limas make it hearty nd the onion, celery, carrots and orseradish give it a full-bodied avor. Thicken it a little if you ke, or serve in bowls with the meat sliced'on the side. . Brisket And Beans 4 cups boiling water > 2 pounds brisket of beef . 2 teaspoons salt KRAUT, PORK,W APPLES GET PARTY TREATMENT 8 to 12 Ibi; . ....... Ib; _ HI. 57c : STANDARDS ••••— • «UCTS ... ' ' MORREU'S M CUT HAMS »h«& : Hf '"** CENTER CUT RIB ' ' PORK ROAST CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ROAST nvOTCDC ;,. 0 1 STtno (U ,,? untt SEUCTID URGE . .. •,; • ...-.'•. :-.,.•' ..' - ' J-'' . COUNTRY EGGS^ ^ POTOMAC BRAND . . ..... , CREAMERY BUTTER lb 63c YOUNG ROASTING CHICKENS Our Market Will B« CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY' Open 'til 5 p. m. Tuetday and Wednesday RALPH FRANTZ SUPER MARKET SEIMERVE RIDGELEY, W. VA. FAST-CHECKOUT WE DELIVER , DIAL RE-8-9511 If you're interested in good food and are anxious to please TOUT family with delicious meals, set aside the dates October 15- November'30 as your Kraut, Pork 'n' Apple Dinner Season. Plan to serve these foods frequently while they're plentiful and »ery attractively priced- ' _' You don't have to be a whiz at cooking to turn out a meal that will bring forth raves. It's simply a matter of starting out with the right recipe. This recipe for Skewered Pork'Balls with Sauerkraut, for instance's just one of the many shining examples" of'culinary artistry possible with this popular trio. Ground pork shoulder balls and apple chunks are alternately threaded on skewers and basted with a mustard sauce while they are baked. Serve them with a big bowl of 'saoerkrant and you have a meal worth sitting down to. "• In addition to tasting mighty good, kraut is a storehouse of nutrients.. This favorite food is rich in the B vitamins and vitamin C as well as calcium and phoepbotiis which-are so vital to our good health and well being. Sk»w«r*d Pork Balls with Kraut -. . : ... : (Maker6 servings) IW poaod« grwnxJ pork shotiHet % c»P Crndy'packcd brov,-n sugM 1 cup fio« dry bread cromb* Vt teaspoon dry nwetard legg, beatcrj . }^ cup vinegar J4 cup milk ..• . .M cup water • ^ 1 teaspoon salt 1 iNo. 2 can jMilluaot 2 njedium^ized apples •'....' Combine pork, crumbs, egg, .milk and salt; mix well. Shape into small meat balls. Core one apple and cut into large chunks. Alternate pork balls and apple chunks on skewers. Arrange kabobs in large shallow baking pan. Combine sugar, mustard, vinegar and water; mix well. Pour'over kabobs. Bake m moderate oven (SoO?) 1 hour, basting occasionally with vinegar- sugar mixture. . '•,_.• ,. Meanwhile, core, peel and chop remaining apple. Combine kraut and apple and cook over low heat 25 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serve kabobs with kraut mixture. "f% f^ lb 3 9C jCheese-Rice Dish Stretches Budget Rice is occasionally a good substitute for 'potatoes: •' We find "Baked Cheese 'n' Rice" a good accompaniment to frankfurters. Too, it is. even.flavorful enough for a meatless meal if you're stretching the budget until next pay day. .Green pepper and shiny ripe olives"give this casserole color and texture. Baked Cheese 'n' Rice * 3 ,i cup chopped green sweet pepper 1 teaspoon cooking oil 2 cups cooked rice % cup grated American cheese •J/i cup ripe olives Salt J i cup buttered crumbs Saute green pepper in oil. Com bine with rice, cheese, - olives cut into large pieces, and salt to taste. Turn into. casserole and cover with buttered crumbs. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 30 minutes. Serves 3 to 4. Alt Old Standby Your family tired of the sam old carrots-and-green-peas comb nation? .Then try s serving them i a well-seasoned thin cream sauc and; sprinkling . with crumble crisply-cooked bacon. Adapted front the Italian cuisine cold sliced veal served, with dressing'of olive oil, wine vinegar crushed garlic, mashed tuna fis and capers. Wonderful dish for buffet supper table. l'/ 2 cups large dry limas 1 small onion 2 stalks celery 3 carrots' "• 1 teaspoon prepared, horse- • radish. .Pour boiling water over beef. Add salt and limas, and simmer 3 hours. Dice onion, celery and carrot. .-. • • . Add to meat with horseradish. {Cook 1 hour longer or until meat and limas are very tender.' Makes 6 servings. :,.-'. ; Small fry like cupcakes, spread with peanut butter. Or use peanut butter as a spread for muffins. Van Meter's Route 220 - CRESAPTOWN Rockingham or Morrell half or Whole . . ... lb Pur* Pork. Sausage 3 "»$1 Ctnt.r Cut Chuck Roast > b 29c HOME DREST TURKEYS 5 to 13 Lbi. Pound ..... 49c U.S. Branded Beef! Round, T-Bone or •• Sirloin STEAK. ID, U. S. No. 1 Grade 'A' POTATOES 15 98c 'S 39c Fresh lb. box Cranberries 25c Jtiicy Florida Oranges „« 29c Staymon Winesap,or Stark't Delicious APPLES 1 Me Sweet POTATOES 3, b ,25c MorrellY Bulk MINCEMEAT 29c , b Libby's PUMPKIN Kingnur OLEO 5 lb , $ 1.00 ROBIN HOOD FLOUR ***• '2.09 Bog 3Sc Coupon with •och bog Armour's MILK I OPEN UNTIL 8 P.. M. WED., FRIDAY, SATURDAY Carl Mclntyre's Food Market Frelh Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ' 'Cranberries •••• ' b toi< 19c Potatoes • — 1° ">• b °« 59c Cabbage ••."•••• 3 lb> 15c Colifornio Iceberg Lettuce .>. ......... 2 w«. 35c lorg« Calif. PaJcol • Celery ......... ..... •• ^- 2Sc Stokelys Frozen Foods Brussel Sprouts ^- 30c Asp' gus Spears p^- 49c ... \ pk». > 91 f* ,.,,.) . . • I «* Mixed V«9elabl«t ... Gr»«n Peo« Chopptd Broccoli .Oov/ny FlaU Waffles ... ...... 2 ,-'•»- 35c Famous Koontz Farm DOUBLE TIIDtf TVQ FRESH BREASTED • UnUt 10 KILLED 6 to 16 CQ* 16 pounds 4 Qp pounds vvC |b. and up TvV lb. Capons - Ducks - Roasting Chickens All Fresh Dressed—None Frozen OYSTERS Spare Ribs i. 39c Oceon Sproy _ — Cranberry Sauce • 2 ««« 37c Cheese Whiz - • n>- i- 49c Beech Nut Coffee lb 97c !i bb> '' s *, M. •••'•'», • ^O*» Sauer Kraut 2 i«.-««» 4»c Del Monti- , _ <9T Pumpkin - 2 i«- «« 37C P.ppiridflt Form ...,'.. ... -^ Seasoned Stuffing pk9 2/c R«odv To Mix ' • • _ Y festive it holiday t meals Me COR MICK EXTRA SPECIAL! Grand Dukt Brand Red Caviar CROSSE 4 BLACKWILL Minct Meat .. can 39c Plum Pudding . con 47c 'Htr4 Sauct 6-ci j«r 45c Fruit C<kt 2 lb.c«n $2.49 CABlMclNTYRE 436 Cumberland St. Phone PA 4-3480 FOOD MARKET nit onivin SOUTH-END MARKET treats for your feast! Fresh Killed - Home Drest Home Drest Roost CHICKENS L | Dh '35c H T39c OYSTERS Standards •• »n Selects Large Head Lettuce 2,., 35c TURKEYS 16 Ibs. and up 47* LB. Toll Gate Fruit Market PRESENTS Red Delicious - Rome Beauty Golden Delicious - Staymen Winesap APPLES bushel -00 Guaranteed FRESH COUNTRY EGGS 3 dozen '1.35 Florida Juicy Up to 15 Ibi. lb. 55c •S± GRAPE FRUIT 8 Ib. bag 59c NEW JERSEY SWEET POTATOES 3 lbl 25c CALIF. PASCAL CELERY large bunch Large Calif. CELERY 2 „ 45c Home Cured HAMS (10.to 12 Ibi.) . 43c , b Home Drest PORK STEAK 35c .b ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE 2'',T33c Grantsville Eggs r : A 55c 65c 69c STOKELY'S FINEST FROZEN FOODS Gr*>n P«a< ....... P.ai i Carrett ... Chopptd Broccoli .. Slictd S|rawb«rri*l. Fordheok limat ... Cauliflower 2,,,57c FANCY ENGLISH APPLES WALNUTS Popular Vari«ti»i , N«w Cr»p 3, k ,25c 49c, k Fresh Brains 2 lbl 29c Prime Rib Roast Beef..... 49c G"OUNO Hamburger (3 , b , T .00 n. 35c I1 ^ D Chestnuts , k 19c New Turnips 4 ib,25c Seedless Grapefruit 4 ,„ 25c Sauce 2c M ,43c I Fresh CRANBERRIES 2 1-lb. boxes 45c 2, k .29c PREMIER CRANBERRY Non-Such Mince Meat L r 53c i« 6xHT °* Brown Sugar 2 L,29c W« Hivt PUnry of DUCKS «nd GIISI A Complete Selection of FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CHOCOLATES, NUTS and HARD CANDIES OPEN 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Oiily— CLOSID THANKSGIVINC DAY SOUTH-END SELF SERVICE 412 VIROINIA AVE. • FRK DELIVERY • TEL. PA 4-32M A New Lint of TOYS How In Our Main luilding Toll Gate Fruit Market Rout. 40 W«»tr>«t LiVal. OPIN IVIRY DAT MOM f A. M. UNTIL f p. M, i

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