The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 24, 1964 · Page 26
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 26

Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 24, 1964
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Mail ol the recipes aaa something in the way of seasoning to brighten the dish. However the seasonings are simple because usually the cottage kitchen does not ''boast too much in the way of herbs and condiments. However if you think our recipes are too bland the trick is to taste and add more-seasonings to boost the flavor. Any one of these dishes can have the preliminaries started early in the day. Then cover and refrigerate until'' time to heat or bake. The loppings are best added at the last minute. CREAMED MEAT AND VEGETABLES 14 si. can cream of celery soup ; H cup milk 2 si. can potatoes ox. can whole kernel corn 11 es. can luncheon neat '4 leaspeoon, saft Dash pepper f . 1 teaspoon Worcestershire spuee . Mix soup and milk together la saucepan. Drain potatoes and corn. Slice potatoes. Add ' vegetables to soup mixture. Cut luncheon meat in 4-inch' die. Add to soup. Bring to -boil over low heat; simmer, five minute; add seasonings. Reheat to - serving temperature. Yield: four servings. QUICK CHILI CON CARNE -. 2 II at. cans meatballs tat gravj". 1 teas pom Instant minced . ' Pinch garlic salt I IS at. cane red kidney 1 teespeea chin powder teaspaea salt Dash pepper 1 Vi teaspaea Worcestershire sauce y 2 drops tabasco sauce Place meat balls In deep heavy saucepan. Stir in onion garlic salt, one drained can kidney beans, one und rained "can kidney beans. Add seasonings. Bring to boll oyer low heat Simmer IS , minutes. Yield: six servmss. CRAB AND RICE Hli as. caa cream at celery H cup milk 7 ex. caa crabmeat IS at. caa peaa teaspaea sah H teaspaea Wercestershu'e I ax. package pes cooked rke S tablespoons sherry .i;, . Place soup and milk in heavy saucepan. Add crab-meat, drained peas and seasonings. Bring to boil over low best; simmer 10 minutes. Cook rice according to package directions. Drain if necessary. Add sherry to crab-meat. Yield: four servings. E SCALLOPED SALMON H as. caa salmon II as. caa' potatoes a, caa cream af celery Vt cup potato liquid M teaspaea salt Dash popper H teaspaea Worcestershire H cup fine dry bread crumbs I tablespoon batter Preheat oven to ISO deereees. Break salmon Into chunks. Drain potatoes; ' reserve M cup liquid. Slice potatoes. Arrange layers of salmon and potatoes in buttered lH-quart casserote. Combine celery soup, potato liquid and "seasonings. Pour over salmon and potato layers. Sprinkle with crumbs. Dot with butter. Bake for 40 minutes. Yield: five servings. ' QUICK BEEF1 STEW II as. cans beef 'stew IS etC can mixed vegetables teaspaea sah H Wasps aa Worcestershire I 14 - 1 prepared bleeuK mix r (f.iiiHB-' 7 r: HTanaas o wfrr msm. Moa BUY YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND 'CHARCE-ir 3 CREDIT PLANS! ij cup sharp grated cheese" cup milk Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Place beef stew in l'i quart casserole. Mix in drained vegetables. Add salt and Worcestershire. Combine biscuit mix and cheese. Stir in milk. Pat out into - inch circle. Cut with two-inch biscuit cutter. Arrange biscuits on casserole. Bake for 25 to JO minutes or until meal hot and biscuits cooked. Yield: five servings. MACARONI AND SAUSAGE CASSEROLE 8 ex. package elbow ma- . caronl IS oi. tia sausages 1 tables poeons chopped - green onion i 1 tablespoons chopped green pepper teaspoon salt Dash pepper 1IV4 as. caa vegetable soup . Vi cup water, H cup fme dry bread crumbs ' I tablespoon butter Cook macaroni according to 'package directions. Drain. Preheat oven to 45 degrees. Place sausages in shallow pan: Bake until brown on ath sides About 28 minutes. Drain . off Lower oven heat to 350 degrees. Add onion, pepper and' seasonings to macaroni. Place in two quart casserole. Top -with sausages. Combine soup and water. .Pour over sausages. Top with' crumbs. Dot with butter. Bake M minutes or until crumbs brown , and contents bubbly. Yield: ' five servings. " . ntJ- t . . . . f - ' 24 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUOUST'24,, 1S64 ' :. 'i COOKING COLUMN Birrhd6y Club , AUGUST A l)aniellejchenever, age S Carol-A Finla'n, age I Bonnie Gilpin, age ( Pamela Rohn. age I FIRE MAKER ' NURSE'S OIL TOLWORTH, England (CP) LONDON (CP) - A Dial Surrey housewife Dorothy Lea.- painted In oils 'by Florence man found cylinder in her Nightingale before (he went to coal and was told by police it the Crimean War was stolen was bomb containing enough from the Florence Nightingale explosive to blow up her bouse. Hospital in west London. Make Casseroles From Cans 7 j ajoTABOVwXwaai HJI1IE .yV' ' j By NORAH CHERRY Summer cottage dwellers will soon be thinking about returning to the city. If you were too enthusiastic at the beginning of the season and stocked up with too large a supply of canned goods, here are some quick and easy dishes, that will help delete the supply and at the. same time provide delicious main course fare for family and guests. ' ' : ; A r 'iiAw Pip Come on down, meet the lane at Ogilvy't T M . -,J,V , ..""aV "Young Tempo" Shop . . .' have a "Coke" and I ;- 4' enjoy seeing all the latest Back-to-School fashions that have been designed by manufacturers who "specialize in the Teen and Twenty clan. Why not call a couple of girl friends now and make a date to visit the "Young Tempo" Shop tomorrow. 4 by "Casual Miss" ; One of the ismsrt, new looks you've seen and read about . . . "Herringbone". Sylvia Is wearing a sporty 2-piece ensemble by "Casual Miss", The skirt hat all-round box pleat . . , and the top to' a long sleeve V-neck overblouse with simulated pocket. Contrasting trim at the cuff and neck and a separate scarf add a final dash. Beige Only Sizes I to 1 29.95 THE "YOUNG TEMPO" SHOP, SECOND FLOOR, DOWNTOWN t AND AT ' BILLINGS BRIDGE SHOES ON THE THIRD " ' FLOOR AND AT BILLINGS BRIDGE Res. 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