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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1964 lima.... WUWIVIM Glazed Qnions, Savory Pork By N0RAH1 CHFRBV t..tJt, S? ove,n--oasUil pork butt roast Is the if 018 T111 cou 'or thU weekend. Serve U with horseradish sauce, glazed onions and yellow beans. Lettuce wedges with chutney dressing forms the crisp note. Fruits In season drenched In chilled glngerale are a refreshing dessert. WEEKEND MENU ; . I Chilled Fruit Julte bine with barbecue sauce and Ovta Roasted Park Butt Roast' water. Pour over meat. Ad-' New Potatoes Jut cover. Roast V, hours. Defatted Gravy Horseradish Sauce Crisp Gland Onion Rings Wai Beast V Peraae Lettuce Wedge with Chutney Dressing Frult Cup , . Cerfee . The pork butt roast cooked until well done. It I made savory with onion, herbs and drenching of barbecue sauce diluted with water. ThU roast U equally goad hot or cold. When served hot, take the fat off the gravy by skimming with ice cube In I cloth, then , reheat to serving tempera-' ture. This gravy Is splendid with new- potatoes cooked In their jackets. ' OVEN ROASTED PORK BUTT ROAST I Jb. perk butt rst I cup finely chapped anion K teaspoon marjoram teaspoon thyme cup barbocaj sauce 4 cup water Preheat oven to 3SS degrees. -Wipe roast with damp cloth: place in heavy Dutch oven roaster. Sprinkle with onion, marjoram and thyme. Com- Gives a hot dog status Crests Soli is s desieiooaly mtm try res' bote we nude treat Frsadi I greoss ro is Sisters, , KSp TAJ3LE WTNK tOIUM DPty lfi'mt If Shop Friday 12.30 to 9 - other days-' 9 a.m. ro 6 p.m. 1 or until meat tender. Remove meat to hot platter. Strain liquid; remove fat. Reheat to serving temperature. Serve meat with hot gravy and chilled horseradish sauce. Yield: six servings hot and enough for cold service second day. HORSERADISH SAUCE I cup thick canned applesauce ' .,' I teaspoon lemon Juice - Jt tablespoons grated ' , , Dash of pepper ,,H cup dairy sour eream ,, Combine applesauce, lemon Juice and horseradish. Stir In pepper and dairy sour cream. Yield: 1 cups sauce or 1 " servings. Note: keep sauce chilled until serving time. CRISP GLAZED ONION RINGS t Spanish anions H cup batter -; ' ? ' W cup' brows sugar ' Par and slic onions Into ' W inch slices. Melt butter In heavy skillet. Arrange onion' slices; sprinkle with half the brown sugar. Cover skillet. , . Cook over low heat 10 min- ' utes. Turn onions; sprinkle with remaining sugar. Cover, cook five minutes. Remove cover:' turn:, cook five minutes longer. Turn; cook five minutes longer. Yield: , six-generous servings. ; VAX BEANS 'IT PECANS IV4 Rw. yellow beans 83 mortgage ; If yon hiya a largo equity in your borne, yoo can jntkt good use of that inactive money, Here is the t ecoioinicil," eonveiHM way " to go about . .V. -t Combined ; awrtgigt fee 2 ' of , the anmuat bonowetfl . .v , j-....' . Far ftmfUH expistning full cWaQ. write or telephooa the Royal Trust or Niagara mortgage office to jour tocality. . , ' tOTAT1rUST ' wskwha-m-uii ... trnueiNED.v v. mOKTvJAQC plan ' . ..w. iwrt-firs. NUOABA at L1MI1 ' trin iswfiiUi at--ns- NUUA MALTY -'.'-" 1 snooooi.-jssois ..z. w : . 1V4 cup boiling water I laaspoonful salt ' 1 lablospooM butter . , Dash at pepper , H cup toasted pecan halves Top and tail beans. Wash and pat dry. Cut In thin lengthwise strips. Bring bollf ing water and 4 teaspoon salt to brisk boil; add heaps. Cover. . . -.. . . J Cook over low heat 11 to II minutes or until Just tender crispDram. Add butter, 14 teaspoon salt, pepper and toasted pecans. Toss lightly. Reheat one minute. Yield: six servings. CHUTNEY DRESSING Vi toospooa salt ' tt teaspeeo) pepper Vi teaspoon sugar . H teaspoon dry mustard H teaspoon paprika Vi cup salad oil I tablespooa minced green X tablespoons fresh Urn , - Julca ,, . ., 2 tablespoons temate or plum chutney I tablespoon minced ' parsley In small Jar, place Ingredients In order listed. Cover Jar. Shake until well blended. Chill for several hours: Shake again. Spoon over lettuce wedges. Yield: eight servings. FRUIT CUP ""i v 1 cup green seedless grapes 1 cop sliced peaches 1 cup diced fresh pears 1 4 cup fresh raspberries cup king sugar I IW at. bottle glngerale, chilled ' .';-,.':V . . Combine fruit In bowl; sprinkle with king sugar. At .serving time ladle into sherbet glasses. Cover with chilled glngerale. Yield: tight servings. Learn to Relax There art many very clever saboteurs waiting to rob woman of1 'their good Hooks and verve. Some of- these art hurry, tension, t poorly : balanced meals eaten hurriedly, lack of, exercise, too . Ilttlo sleep; inadequate cart of the skin and hair because of rush .and wotrf." r ,. ' You 'do not notice what these undermlner art doing to you, day by day. Instead, all of a sudden, -you may roallte that you have new wrinkles, tht you Jump1 when ; the telephone rings, pat you art not a gay as you were,, that your hair looks dull and . that you art tired much of the timt. ' , , Don't, let them slip lip on you. Do yo get two glasses of milk (skim or powdered fat fret milk if you have a weight or cholesterol problem), fresh vegetables , and fruits, meat and seafood, whole grain products and eggs and cheese In your diet? . Do you exercise regularly? Have you beta giving your akin adequate care? Do you get seven to tight hours sleep usually? v.-'.; Most important, havt you learned how to relax? Havt you learned to slough off or Need cash for .,' .-'v hometoptovementsr fl.M'ronsounu-. rXfet an adjust to problems you cannot solve? Have you learned to take yourself lest seriously? Do you havt any real fun? . Artificial aids can promote a restful atmosphere which Is - conducive to relaxation. There is something very relaxing about water. If you cannot ' float on a rivtr or listen to a babbling brook explore the possibilities of your bath. By all meant use tnt of the per- ' fumed oils or bath salts and be leisurely. ' Keep the sprinkler going by the porch. Keep - your akin freshener In ths icebox. Rest with Ice-cold cotton pads oa your eyelids. Don't hurry.: t Don't worry if you can help it The old world will rock along. Birthday Club AUGUST M Robert Brydges, tgt I Kim McNeely. tgt 4 Michael McNeely, age I . rat Journal, ttrthdot Miliar, Ottawa, OnL : PIm enroll mt ta rat Journal Btrthdag CM. t mm oa . .. peart oid PLEASE PRINT NAME ru. 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