Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 113
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 113

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 113
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dcSSERT by berh MERRIMAN PARADE FOOD EDITOR ' ' 'Swirled in a flaky pie shell, flavored with the juice and peel of fresh limes, tinted pale green and flecked with the rosy red of strawberries, the filling for Strawberry Lime Pie is cool to look at, refreshing and delightful to taste--a perfect ending for a summertime dinner. You might begin the meal with icy-cold consomme, followed by slices of London broil, green peas with mushrooms, yellow summer squash, and a salad of sliced cucumbers and radishes. And then this beautiful pie, served with a beverage of your choice. STRAwbERRy IJME . 1. envelope unflavored gelatin 'A cup cold water 4 eggs, separated 1 cup sugar, divided Va cup lime juice Vj teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons grated lime peel Green food coloring 11 .cup diced fresh strawberries 9-inch baked pie shell Soften gelatin in cold water. Beat egg yolks; beat in Vz cup sugar, lime juice and salt. Cook over hot water, stirring constantly, until thickened. Add grated peel and gelatin; stir until gelatin is dissolved. Tint pale green with food coloring. Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry; add remaining sugar gradually, beating after each addition. Fold into lime mixture; fold in strawberries. Spoon into pie shell. Chill until firm. Decorate with overlapping slices of strawberries.. FROM PARADE'S TEST KITCHEN PABftDf OF PROGIESS TAKE A LOOK AT THESE NEW IDEAS FOR YOUR HOME AND FAMILY · BY PETER DRYDEN ELECTRIC PASTRY GUN: With this new appliance, you can fill pastries and pasta shells, decorate desserts, produce fancy-shaped cookies and candies, make garnishes and do many other jobs--all quickly and with minimum waste, claims the maker. It comes x with filler tip, decorator tip, nine cookie/candy disks, loader attachment and recipe book. $24.95. Bryce-Branton, Dept. PP, 690 Southern Ave., Muskegon, Mich. 49442. (above left) BALL-POINT PAINTING: Using new ball-point paint tubes much as you would a pen, you can decorate clothing, home furnishings, all washable and dry- cleanable fabrics. The paints are fast-drying, permanent, come in 28 colors and are also useful for decorating wood, glass, leather, metal, plastic, china and pottery. $1.25 each in stores. Also available: a kit containing three smaller paint tubes in assorted colors, instructions, plus iron-on transfer patterns for decorating T-shirts, pants, belts, shoes, fabric: $3 suggested retail price. Vogart Crafts, Dept. PP, 230 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10001. (above righfj AIRSHIELD POUCH FOR PHOTO LENSES: A new inflatable vinyl pouch provides an air cushion buffer for your lenses", protecting them as well as a hard case while providing the flexibility of a soft one, claims the maker. It's available in small, medium and large sizes to accommodate lenses from wide-angle to zoom. Any small lens is said to fit snugly into the larger pouches without rattling, eliminating need for an inventory of cases. Medium and small, $4.95; large, $5.95 in stores. Sima Products Corp., Dept. PP, 7380 Lincoln Ave., Lincolnwood, III. 60646. (above left) TIGHT-SQUEEZE WRENCH SET: Squeezing the handles on this ratchet wrench rotates the socket in hard-to-work areas. Where space permits, you can swing the handle for conventional ratchet operation. The set includes a 9/16" (14mm) ratchet, five fractional inserts ('/" to 'A"), five metric inserts (9mm to 13mm), six Allen wrenches, two slot and two Phillips head screwdrivers, adapter for Allen wrenches and screwdriver bits. $18.99 ppd. /ay-Thomas Co., Dept. PP, 777 Oxford St., Chula Vista, Cat. 92077. (above right; Parade of Progress items are NOT advertising. Write to source or manufacturer if items are not available in your store. Allow three to four weeks for a reply. Attention manufacturer.' and distributors: PARADE will consider your r!sw ideas but regrets it cannot correspond 11

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