Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1955 ELEVEN Palm Desert OrangeBread A good storage food, Palm Desert Orange Bread, can be made in advance. When covered tightly, you can freeze or refrigerate until serving it. Try this spicy bread with mid- afternoon coffee, or serve it at a brunch. It has excellent flavor and texture. • Palm Desert Orange Bread 1 medium orange J ,2 cup dates, finely cut % cup walnuts, coarsely chopped 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine Vi cup fresh orange juice 1 cup brown sugar 1 egg. slightly beaten 2 cups ; sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon baking powder '•2 teaspoon salt Cut whole, unpeeled orange intc 6 to 8 sections and put through food, chopper. Add to dates, walnuts, butter, orange juice, sugar and beaten egg. Sift dry ingredients: add to fruit mixture, stir lightly just until ingredients are blended. -Pour into greased loaf pan (9x5 inches) and bake at 350 degrees for 60 to 70 minutes. Cool thoroughly before slicing. Makes one loaf. Ravioli: Classic Italian Dish By CECILY BROWNSTOXE Associated Press Food Editor ••"Want to try a classic dish from the Italian cuisine? Then fill small squares of homemade pasta with a divine three-cheese filling. A filling so tempting that you want to eat it by the spoonful as soon as you mix it! If your kitchen equipment boasts two rolling pins, the short thick kind and the long thin variety, choose the latter for rolling out the dough. The narrow old-fashioned roller — the sort our mothers always used for noodle dough — will 3 -. Everything For Your, FRUIT CAKE Red,jBr«en and Plain Pineapple, •'. .Red and Green Cherries, Citron, Orange and lemon Peel, Mixed Fruits an Blacli Walnuts, figs, Dates, White Seeded and. Seedless Raisins, Currants, etc. el, Diced f ncf ft eh,'. Stokely's Finest FROZEN FOODS CHOPPED. BROCCOLI GREEN " PEAS .. PEAS,'and CARROTS MIXED 'VEGETABLES DOWNY FLAKE Waffles .:. 2 Pi's 41c BEEF-.... CHICKEN TURKEY 2 pkgs 35C Roseport Frozen Pies J4<>89c Brussels Sprouts 2 pkgs 59c Sliced Strawberries 2 pkgs 59c Campbell's Frozen CAN 3Ic OYSTER STEW SHRIMP'SOUP . TURTLE SOUP . FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES U.S.; No. 1 'MAINE' ••'" Potatoes YELLOW Onions ..... •• a-ib. P i 05 iic bag I9c Carrots •-•••••• 2 »>"° *>*>> 33c ' io.ib. 39c WINESAP Wb. Plastic bag 29 C EXTRA FANCY— PURPLE TOP ' . Turnips ............. ..... 2 »>. 25c For the Best Meals Always Buy Top Quality - Meat — Shop Carl's For the Best ' Your Money Can Buy! SWIFT'S PREMIUM or ARMOUR'S STAR Roast of Beef B ° ntd ° nd R ° iied ib 73c SWIFT'S PREMIUM or ARMOUR'S STAR Standing Rib Roast "> 63c ARMOUR'S STAR YOUNG Beaf Liver * 45c ARMOUR'S STAR or SWIFT'S PREMIUM Lean Ground Beef fc 49c OUR OWN HOME MADE Pure Pork Sausage b 58c If ,you like sausage on th« lean side—fry eurs. In' Casing or Loose WEEK-END SPECIALS Sun Valley Oleo in quarters Ib 25c •PEPPERIDGE Hard Crust Club Rolls, pkg of 6 ... 27c THOMAS . . English Muffins, pkg of 4- . 18c SUNSHINE CHOCOLATE CHIP ; Cocoanut Cookies, full Ib baq. ..... 49c HEINZ '•' " ' Chili Sauce ......;.... 12-oz btl 33c SWIFT'S NEMIUM ... Sandwich Steak in gravy . . 13-oz can 49c Not Less Than 7 Steak* in Can IMPORTED CROSSE and BLACKWELLS ... Mushroom Sauce 6-oz btl 45c Caporale's Pizza Pie ..;... 59c CRISCO 3 ., b can 89c 10c COUPON ON EACH CAN GAINES DOG I Biscuits 6 Varieties In a Box |Frisky Dog Meal ' ..- b« 63c CARL MCINTYRE FOOD MARKET 436 Cumberland St. Phone PA 4-3480 fittt DELIVERY A THREE-CHEESE filling makes ravioli special mound, with finger-tips. Cut into 1'/2-inch squares with pastry wheel. Place ravioli on rack and allow to stand (uncovered' 1 hour to dry. Drop ravioli one by one into 8 quarts of rapidly boiling salted water: cook until tender — 10 to 15 minutes. Remove with slotted spoon and place in colander to finish draining. Serve at once with hot tomato sauce and sprinkle with "•4 cup grated Parmesan cheese remaining from Three-Cheese Filling. Makes about 48 ravioli. THREE-CHEESE FILLING (For Ravioli) Ingredients: 2 cups cream-style cottage cheese. % cup grated Romano cheese, 3 packages (Hi ounces each) grated Parmesan cheese, cup fine dry bread crumbs. 1 tablespoon minced parsley, 2 eggs salt, pepper. Method: Mix together the cottage cheese, grated Romano and three- quarters of (he grated Parmesan. (The three packages' of grated Parmesan called for will make about 1 cup packed down; there will be about W cup remaining to be sprin- kled on the ravioli after they are" cooked.) Add bread crumbs, parsley and eggs: mix thoroughly. Ad<£ salt and pepper to taste. Use as filling for ravioli. Note: The small- packages of grated Parmesan cheese called for come in transparent plastic wrapping; the cheese may also be bought in 3-ounce jars. M e , .,„ Picnic Hams „ „ 8M Home Cured Hams ,,o,o ,2 Choice Beef Steak PORK LOIN Sliced Bacon Pork Steak ,„ 32c 1 43c 69c \ Rib End Ib 2$e S Loin End Ib 39c J Center Cut Ib 59e Mb pkg 9c (home drest) ...... .^ Ib FRESH GROUND Hamburger (1 Ib 35c) 3 , b < 1.00 SERVE RAVIOLI with a delicate tomato sauce. help you make your pasta thin. And the thinner the dough, the more tender those outer double edges of the ravioli. We had been /warned about the possibility of the little filled squares coming apart during' the boiling period. But we used our pastry wheel — as the recipe directs — to cut out the squares, and we' had no trouble in this department. Nowadays Romano and Parmesan cheese are widely available, and so it is easy to join them with cream-style cottage cheese for the delectable filling. Get acquainted with the two Italian cheeses, if you don't already know them; they give narvellous flavor lo so many dishes. RAVIOLI Ingredients: 2 eggs, 1 cup warm water, 2 tablespoons butter cr mar- You cant fell Mrs. from the high-priced garine (melted). 1 teaspoon salt, SVi cups sifted flour, Three-Cheese Filling, 2'cups hot tomato sauce. Method: Put 1 egg and 1-egg yolk in a large mixing bowl; reserve remaining egg while. Beat whole egg- and egg yolk enough to combine yolks .and while; slir in water, melled bulter and salt. Beat in flour a lillle at a lime. On a well-floured board or pastry cloth, with well-floured hands, knead dough gently until, smooth. Lei stand covered with a warm bowl about 10 minutes ?l room lempsra- lure. Cut dough in half. On well- floured board 1 or paslry cloth, roll each half very thin into large matching rectangles. Beat reserv- ;d egg white until stiff: brush one rectangle with beaten egg white. 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