Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on January 11, 1957 · 24
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, vt T - T T t . 4 Part 2 Page 6 F (Ehtragn Batltf SJrthttitr rricUy. jimry 11. lasr Broiling, with Cinnamon, Makes Grapefruit a Tangy Dessert T t Or, Prepare It in That Style for Breakfast . BY MARY MEADE Juicy, flavorsome grapefruit is in plentiful supply, according to reports from the department of agriculture. Low in cost, high in quality and food value, this citrus fruit is one of the best sources of Vitamin C, besides having a tangy, exhilarating flavor. Grapefruit has become as popular for dinner as dessert, as it is for breakfast. This versatile fruit is delicious plain, with a sprinkling of sugar or honey, or broiled with brown sugar and a dash of cinnamon. If it is to be the dessert, top your broiled, sugared grapefruit halves with some butter and sprinkle with coconut, then return to broil-- cr long enough to brown the coconut Truly taste appeal- ins! Broiled grapefruit halves are a perfect choice for break fast. Here's how to prepare them. BROILED GRAPEFRUIT Four servlngsj 2 larre rrapefruit, cut into . halves " cup brown or white sugar, or honey Dash of cinnamon Loosen grapefruit sections with a sharp knife; remove center core and as much membrane as possible. Add 2 tablespoons sugar or honey to each half, together with a sprinkle of cinnamon. Broil in a shallow pan, 3 or 4 inches from heating unit, until fruit Is slightly brown and thoroly hot. This may take from 10 to 15 minutes. Serve at once. If you serve grapefruit for dessrt, you may want to dress the broiled halves with sherry, muscatel, or port. Be sure to remove the core from the grapefruit and the membranes with it, if possible, so there will be room for your wine. A tablespoonful or two of wine, liqueur, or rum, a sprinkle of sugar, and a few dots of butter will do the trick. A truly different, taste appealing dessert is the following grapefruit cream cake with its zestful filling and fluffy seven minute frosting. GRAPEFRUIT CREAM CAKE Two eight or nine inch layers 3 cup shortening lb cups sugar 1 tablespoonful crated frrape-. fruit rind 1 teaspoon crated lemon rind S ec?s, unbeaten li cup fresh rrapefruit juice i cup water 214 cups sifted all-purpose flour 2'i teaspoons baking powder V? teaspoon salt Cream the' shortening, sug ar, and rinds well. Add eggs one at a time, beating thoroly after each addition. Add juice and water alternately with sifted dry ingredients. Beat batter for Vz minute. Bake in greased, waxed paper lined pans at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or until done. Cool for 10 minutes. Turn out on racks to cool completely, and put layers together with fiMOW.M..l'W'W."e A 1 FBm., - &z&&$r t j yryen lovee this different fruit with the "Zipper Skin." Perfect for lunch boxes, TV snacka, children's parties. :1 V-' Broiled grapefruit is as popular for dessert as it is for a breakfast starter or dinner appetizer. Topped with a sprinkling of sugar or honey, and dotted with butter and a dash of cinnamon, this economical breakfast treat will be welcome on wintry mornings. tribune Photo Menus for Here are Mary Meade's moderate cost menus for the week. Clip them and use them in your daily menu planning. SATURDAY BREAKFAST Stewtd Prunes and Aprlrotf Whole Wheat Waffles Maple Sirup Fried Sausage Links Milk Coffee LUNCH Cream of Tomato Soup Sliced Cucumber and Watercress Filled Sandwiches Applesauce Spiced Cupcakes Milk Tea DINNER Goulash with Dumplings Braised Celery and Tomatoes Lettuce Salad Thousand Island Dressing Russian Rye Bread Butter Cottage Pudding Chocolate Marshmallow Sauce Milk Coffee SUNDAY BREAKFAST Grapefruit Juice Cheese Omelet Crisp Bacon Danish Twist Milk Coffee DINNER Loin of Pork Roast Dressing Baked Potatoes Brown Gravy Glazed Onions with Almonds Molded Gelatin Avocado Salad Mayonnaise Dressing Dinner Rolls Butter Frozen Pudding Milk Coffe SUPPER Crab Gumbo Fluffy Rice Roquefort Cheese Stuffed Celery Bread Butter Sliced Bananas with Cream Fruit Bars fFavorlte recipe tomorrow Milk Tea MONDAY BREAKFAST Hot Tomato Juice Cooked Oatmeal with Raisins Cinnamon Toast Cocoa Coffe LUNCH Chill Con Carna Russian Rye Bread Butter Baked Custard Fruit Squares Milk Tea DINNER Broiled Liver and Bacon grapefruit cream filling. Frost with seven minute icing. GRAPEFRUIT CREAM FILLING For two-lajser cakej 1 cup sugar 4 cup cornstarch Vi teaspoon salt 1 cup fresh grapefruit Juice 2 tablespoons butter 2 ezz yolks, slightly beaten Vt teaspoon grated lemon rind 1 tablespoon grated grapefruit rind Combine sugar, cornstarch, and salt in saucepan. Add juice and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until very thick. Add butter, then stir a little of the hot mixture into the eggs. Turn the eggs into the rest of the mixture and stir over low heat about 2 minutes. Cool and fill cake. TUBVhE 30WG FAST ' ' 4 7 ' f ft K 1 Seven Days Hash Brown Potatoes Escallnped Eggplant Corn Relish Brown and Serve Rolls Tapioca Chocolate Pudding Favorite recipe Sundav Milk Coffee TUESDAY BREAKFAST Grapefruit Halves Ready to Eat Cereal ' Poached Eggs on Buttered Toast Milk Coffee LUNCH Egg Pot Pie Favorite recipe Monday Bread Butter Sweet Pickle Relish Orange Sherbet Vanilla Wafers Milk Tea DINNER Creamed Dried Beef Baked Potatoes Mashed Yellow Turnips Celery Olives Kidney Bean Salad French Dressing Whole Wheat Bread Butter Favorite recipe Tuesday Fruit Gelatin Whipped 'Cream Milk Coffee WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST Tangerines Cooked Cereal with Dates Whole Wheat Popovcrs Marmalade Crisp Bacon Cocoa Coffee LUNCH Hot Vegetable Juice Cocktail Fruit Filled French Toast Cottage Cheese on Lettuce Chocolate Eclairs Milk Tea , DINNER Apple Ham Casserole Baked Sweet. Potatoes Creamed Spinach Herb Buttered French Bread Chef's Salad Roquefort Cheese Dressing Pecan Pie Milk Coffee THURSDAY BREAKFAST Applesauce Ready to Eat Cereal Scrambled Eggs Fried Sausage Patties Toasted Buttered Scones Cocoa t Coffee LUNCH Oxtail Soup Crackers Favorite recipe Jan. 16 Pineapple Slices Frosted Hot Milk Sponge Cake Milk Tea DINNER Stewed Chicken with Dumplings, Carrots, Peas Mashed Potatoes Celery Pickled Beets Salted Bread Sticks Butter Apricot Charlotte Milk Coffee FRIDAY BREAKFAST Grapefruit and Orange Juice Peanut Butter Waffles Sirup Cocoa Coffee LUNCH Oyster Stew Crackers Cole Slaw Fruit Compote Sponge Cake Milk Tea DINNER Baked Macaroni and Cheese with Tomatoes Harvard Beets Buttered Asparagus Peach Halves on Lettuce Mayonnaise Dressing . Hard Rolls Butter Currant Crumb Cake Favorite recipe Jan. 17 Milk Coffee Get your fill of fun, flavor and Vitamin CI IT'S FLORIDA TANGERINE TI M E help yourself to the world's most festive fruit! So easy to eat, so rich in flavor, and such a good-for-you way to satisfy your sweet tooth. Get some Tangerines today! FLORIDA Here's Danish Coffee Cake with a Twist Appearing below is a recipe for Danish coffee cake made in a pretzel shaped twist filled with raisins. It would be an ideal accompaniment for a hospitable pot of coffee with friends or neighbors. Additional recipes you will need in following Mary Meade's menus for the week also are given below. Clip them and use them in your daily meal planning. DANISH TWIST Six servings V4 cup milk 14 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons shortening Vi cup warm, not hot, water lukewarm for compressed yeast 1 package dry or 1 cake compressed yeast 1 et, beaten Hi 1o 3 cups sifted flour ' I lup raisins 1 egg, beaten Confectioners' sugar Scald milk. Stir in sugar, salt, and shortening. Cool to lukewarm. Measure water into large mixing bowl; sprinkle or crumble in yeast. Stir until dissolved. Stir in lukewarm milk mixture. Add beaten egg and about half the flour. Beat until smooth. Add raisins. Stir in remaining flour. Turn dough out on lightly floured board. Knead until smooth and elastic. Place in greased bowl; brush top with shortening. Cover; let rise in warm place until doubled in bulk. Punch down; turn onto lightly floured board. Roll into long slender roll. Twist roll and place on greased baking sheet; shape into a large pretzel. Tuck ends of roll under edge of pretzel to keep dough from untwisting. Brush with re maining egg; sprinkle with confectioners' sugar. Cover and let rise until doubled about 1 hour. Bake at 350 degrees 20 to 30 minutes. APPLE HAM CASSEROLE Four to six servings 3 cups diced, cooked ham 2 tablespoons prepared mustard 2 apples, cored and sliced 2 tablespoons lemon juice Vb cup brown sugar, packed firm 1 teaspoon grated orange rind 2 tablespoons flour Arrange ham in greased, shallow baking dish. Spread mustard over ham. Arrange apple slices over ham mixture and sprinkle with lemon juice. Combine sugar, rind, and flour; sprinkle over ham. Bake at 350 degrees 30 to 35 minutes. FROZEN PUDDING Eight to 10 servings 1 angel cake 9 to 10 inches la diameter 1 quart chocolate ice cream 10 dried figs 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vi teaspoon cloves Vx teaspoon nutmeg Vi cup walnuts, chopped fine Vi cup glazed cherries and pineapple, chopped fine 2 tablespoons bourbon optional 1 cup heavy cream, whipped Vi cup confectioners' sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring Buy or bake an angel cake. Cool and remove it from pan. Wash and dry pan; return C4TIUS eOMMIISlON. LAMLANB, FLDUU 1 Here's $5 Favorite Recipe j'4, -v w v x f. y. . In this $5 lavorite recipe, sauteed cottage cheese filled sandwiches are topped with a mixture of celery, mushroom, and tomato soups, to which ground beef, peas, green pepper, and onion have been added. tribune Photo cake to pan. With a sharp knife, cut cake, leaving an inch thick shell. Scoop out cake. Soften ice cream but do not let it melt. Cover figs with boiling water; let stand 10 minutes. Drain and snip off stems. Cut into tiny bits. Add spices, nuts, glazed fruit, bourbon, and figs to ice cream. Stir until just mixed. Push firmly into angel cake shell. Place in freezer until very firm. Turn cake onto serving plate and frost with whipped cream. Return to freezer. GLAZED ONIONS WITH ALMONDS Five or six servings Vt pounds small onions cup butter or margarine lit cup sugar Vi cup roasted, blanched almonds Boil onions in salted water until tender. Drain. Melt butter and sugar in heavy skillet. Add onions and simmer 10 minutes, basting frequently with sirup. Cut almonds into slivers and add to onions just before serving. Consumptive Aid Group to Get Play Proceeds Mrs. Milton Lamden, Mrs. Sam Setzky and Mrs. Louis Tatel are members of the benefit committee of the Chi cago Consumptive Aid society sponsoring a performance of " The Last Trump " at 8 p. m. Sunday in the Goodman theater. Proceeds will go to the support of the Fox River Tuberculosis sanitarium in Ba-tavia. Something wonderful has happened to PREMIUM SALTINES ! IrWWWC ONLY PREMIUM SALTINES HAVE NEW they're not toasted, not browned...they have a radiant Golden Glow that makes 'em tastier, flakier, snapping crisp. r" NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Good food deserves CHEESE FILLED SANDWICHES Six servings Soft butter 12 slices sandwich bread 1 12-ounce carton cottage cheese 1 pound ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped fine V4 cup chopped green pepper 1 tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon salt 14 teaspoon pepper Vi can cream of celery soup undiluted Vi can cream of mushroom soup, undiluted 1 can tomato soup, undiluted 1 teaspoon beef extract 1 cup water 1 cup cooked peas Spread softened butter on one side of bread. Put 2 slices to gether with cottage cheese about V cup; leave buttered sides out. Saute in skillet until brown on both sides. Saute beef, onion, and green pepper in but ter for 10 minutes. Add season ings, soup, extract, and water Cook 10 minutes longer. Add peas, and heat thru. Serve over sandwiches. Mrs. E. D. Widmer 36 Oak it.. Brldgeton, N. J. Send your favorite recipe to; Recipe Editor, Chicago Tribune. It may bring you S5, 'plus $3.95 copy of " Mary Meade's Kitchen Companion." . Concert at N. U. With Herman felber con ducting, the Northwestern University Symphony orches tra will give a free public con cert at 4 p. m. tomorrow in Cahn auditoriv m on the Evanston campus. the best cracker... get V f , -'T'vV rite Golden I :m t& A 1 iK'''' taste the- . yis Golden Glow ; ' v"Y W --- ' fffl fl fl Ifil fiip n ii-fi xJ xl) Jl 1 HI Looking at Hollywood . Orson Welles and Direct 'Badge of Evil1 BY IIEDDA HOPPER HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 10 Orson Welles has signed with Edward Muhl of Universal-International studio to star in and direct " Badge of Evil," from the Whit Masterson novel. His co-star will be Charlton Heston.. They'll fight it out Welles as a retired police officer trying to solve the murder of a rich lumberman with Heston playing district attorney. Albert Zugsmith is the producer. . . .vI remember the time when Mamie Van Doren was. introduced to Albert and said, "If you don't mind, I'll just, call you Mr. Smith." Me, too. . . . Understand Don Hart-man is trying to make a deal with Audrey Hepburn for "Look Homeward, Angel," with Husband Mel Ferrer directing. ..." Funny Face," was sneak previewed in New York after which Richard Avedon, whose photographic sets are simply great in the film, signed for two more, pictures to be made in Europe during the summer. ESTHER WILLIAMS hasTeen out of the news lately. But she's been making lots of plans. She's set for the picture, " The Islander," in Italy In June with, she hopes, Jeff Chandler. They'll probably film it on the Island of Corsica. She has another Italian picture com ing up, also one in England. Esther tells me their swimming pools, which are on international basis, sold a million dollars' worth last year. They sold $100,000 worth in Venezuela and are being made in Puerto Rico. You can buy one for as little as $2,000. . . . Eddie Albert, if he wants to travel, can do " Sea Wall " in Bangkok. Marc Connelly also wants him for his new play. . . . Benay Venuta phoned to say she's playing opposite her husband, Fred Clark, for the first time in the movie, " rink Nightgown." She'll play a crazy columnist who loves mad hats. Right away I asked, "Want to borrow one of mine Yes," was the STOPPED in at Rory Calhouns to leave some baby clothes which I picked up in Mexico for the coming arrival. Rory said, " Have you time to listen to the song I'm going to sing in 4 Showboat '? I made a record of it." I was knocked off my. feet. He sounds like Phil Harris singing "That's What I Like About the South." ... Rory was nervous about attempting a song, but needn't be. With that handsome puss plus a voice, how can he miss as captain of " Showboat "? . . . Debbie and Eddie Fisher are moving into their new Beverly Hills home surrounded by 2 acres, and lots of trees. Debbie has no picture plans, and Metro won't allow her to do TV. Said she, " I suppose I'll have to wait a year before they start ' Reluctant Debutante.' In the meantime I might have another baby since I want a big family." VERNON DUKE, composer of "April in Paris" and " Autumn in New York," completed the major work titled " Serenade to San Francisco " and dedicated it to Marjorie Trumbull. The music is in 12 movements and Mill be introduced as a TV spectacular and stage ballet. ... Ernie Borgnine has been chosen master of ceremonies for the annual photoplay wingding. .". .1 couldn't have been more surprised to learn that Jackie Coogan and Billie Burke will play opposite each other in " Star Wagon " for Playhouse 90 on TV. Jackie made " The Kid " in 1930; Billie made her Broadway debut in 1910, and still looks like a deb. This will be return engagement for Diana Lynn, who stars. w ssmmi j&t" PREMIUM Will Star in reply, and she will. y ft i IDtCUrCTI UnL. d.. lairnt Tok a fw Prtmlum Saltinat out ! th moiihr-proof ln.r-Sol we pocktt. R-cIom, hold under faucet. Crocktn com out tnapplng criip. SALTINES! Of J

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