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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1962 BREHDA STARR Reporter I ii'ju LMlWIII I.I&WM Mill. II BECAUSE Preserve Ripe Plums for Winter Enjoyment AZBINIOVB Bmm mis haw about tub mat SHE HAS PIAYEP ON PAUVAK wmrme mm mm Br oi i -a. -M in i omb it ii ww i r-' m- Tuesday Menu BREAKFAST GraM Joict Caoketf Wheat Cereal Ore-Cris Bkm Battered TMst wit PI Jell? Milk CHee LUNCH Eft-SaiM-5hiffee Tomatoes Ltttoct Potato Chin Cottage Cheese Bread ere" Better Cookies Milk Tee DINNER Breaded Perk Chats Cera Peddiet with Gree Peeeer Cat Greea Braes Stuffed Prate and Orotic Salad Bread and Batter Tri-Ftaver Sherbet Parfait Milk Coffee Ladle conserve into sterilized jars, and seaL Let stand 25 minutes; shake gently to prevent floating fruit This has been a banner season for blueberries, and there continues to be a good supply of the plump, juicy berries for use on cereals, in fruif salads, or in cooked or baked desserts or breads. Some people prefer the flavor of cooked blueberries to that of the fresh and there is a difference. An unusual dessert combines both cooked and uncooked blueberries in an "open-face" cake, Winnie has wendyI not here Al sJa.
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-ARE BY MARY MEADE Direct from the west coast come firm, blue-black Italian Colors exciting forming an interesting contrast plums. The fresh, ripe fruit can between the two OFFICIALS N-f tTfl i tLOTf pW mJUJ f'Mw Wf be separated from the pit in in new house-paints and 24 wonderful ways to use them to work their magic on your home illustrated in September Better Homes Gar much the same way as the freestone peach. Dried plums, marketed as prunes, are available thruout the year. But the ripe plums are in season from August to late October, so during this period preserve some of their fresh flavor for winter enjoyment Of course the purple plums are good for eating out-of-hand, too, and are delicious when combined with other fruits in salads, pies or cobblers. The following plum conserve OPEN-FACE BLUEBERRY CAKE Six to eight servings 3 caps fresh blueberries 1 cap sugar 2 tablespoons floor Dash cinnamon 1 cap flour Pinch salt 2 tablespoons sugar Yt cap butter 1 tablespoon 'white vinegar Rinse berries and drain well.
Combine 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, and cinnamon; mix with 2 cups berries. Set aside. Combine 1 cup flour, salt, and 2 tablespoons sugar. Work THAT COVERS THE PRESENT. HOU) 7H0R0U6H CAN I NEVER HAVE LIKED VOU, AND I NEVER WILL LIKE VQU, CHARLIE THE PA5T AND THE FUTURE VOO 6ET? I 7Srrz I I ss- I I Six pages show a variety of homes with the new colors and combinations printed so true that you can use these pages just like paint chips at your favorite store.
For important house-paint news and views, pick up your copy of September Better Homes Gardens when you shop todayl Greer Tells Her Credo for Beauty BY ARLENE DAHL I'VE ALWAYS thought Greer Garson to be one of the world's most beautiful and glamorous women. When she made a surprise appearance at has a tangy flavor derived from the shredded lemon and orange i 1.1 a Read the Chicago Tribune the peel used in preparing the deli- Spread crust mixture on bottom American Newspaper for American! cacy. and sides of a 9-inch, loose bot I an Instant Attfon Beauty Facial that tom layer cake pan. Pour sweetened blueberries into crust. Bake at 400 degrees for an hour.
Remove cake from oven and place remaining cup of fresh blueberries over top. Cool. Remove rim of pan, and serve cake. DEEP PURPLE CONSERVE About nine half-pints 4 caps prepared fresh Italian plums Shredded peel of 1 orange Shredded peel of 1 lemon 1 package pectin cups- sugar 1 cop chopped walnuts Wash, halve, and pit plums. Chop them very fine or grind the Academy Let's Be Beautiful ooo Awards ceremonies, Holly-w and television viewers were enchanted with I Greer Garson WHILE YOU WORK, PLAY OR SLEEP! by make-up.
When I commented on it, she remarked: "I live my life under an umbrella for I burn easily, as you do. On the ranch in New Mexico where Buddy Buddy Fogel-son, her husband and I spend much of our time, I turn up my shirt collar and wear riding gloves, breeches, boots, and a sombrero." Our conversation turned to clothes then, as Greer told me of the lovely things she had collected in her trips around the world. WeaH Practical Clothes "My clothes are either practical or exotic," she said. "My uniform is the shirtwaist dress. Ends Directorship Lenox, Aug.
26 (UPD them. Measure 4 cups of fruit; her elegant and gracious acceptance of the Oscar for Sophia Loren. mix well with shredded peels Charles Munch conducted a and pectin. Bring to full rolling rousing reading of the Beetho-boil, stirring constantly. Stir in ven Ninth Symphony today to a -wnniiiiiiinTn nun ir-l i i V- i i Ar AAA sugar and walnuts.
Bring again conclude his 13-year musical When I complimented her to full rolling boil and boil hard directorship of the Boston Sym- lat Greer smiled and re- for 1 minute, stirring constantly, phony orchestra. Today $5 Favorite Recipe FOR DRY SKIN- plied: "A good audience always brings out the beauty in a woman, doesn't it? But I don't think I'm glamorous." I asked her what she meant. "Glamor, to me, means striving for an effect. The current on beauty, but I think kindness, serenity, and a warm interest in other people are essential. "My mother was a great 'JF -J J-ielps to wipe away dry flaky skih pre-' Serve these cookies with fluffy.
Add 1 cup flour and mix fresh fruit for dessert or with well. Spread in an ungreased glasses of cold milk or lemon- pan, 9 by 9 by 2 inches. Bake I have primitive tastes in color, possibly because as a child I always was dressed in blues and greens. v. Wa.ture harsh tension lines, beauty," Greer went on.
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over crust and bake at Never Seeks Effect 350 degrees for 30 minutes i i '-v greaseless. pieCiauA OA oin 'coi i GUARANTEED TO PLEASE OR REFUND LEMON BARS 24 Yz cap batter 4 cap confectioners' sugar 1 cap sifted all purpose floor 1 cop granulated sugar 2 eggs, well beaten Yi teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons lemon juice Yz teaspoon baking powder 2 tablespoons flour Cream butter and confectioners sugar until light and out of a cabin or a castle. Our home was always full of good living and love. To my mind, these are things that make a woman beautiful." Skin Well Protected Against the plain black dress she wore, Greer's skin as pleased if I can rewear something bought years ago." Arlene DahVs booklet, "Secrets of a Lovely Skin," may be obtained by sending 20 cents to Department Chicago Tribune Public Service office, 33 W. Madison Chicago 11.
For shipments to Illinois addresses, please add to each retail price the Illinois 4 per cent sales tax. "I never seek an effect. I might unconsciously fall into a glamorous pose, but it's never studied." I asked Greer to define her own concept of beauty. She paused a moment, and longer. Cool, dust with confectioners' sugar, and cut into squares.
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