Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 118
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June 27, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 118

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Sunday, June 27, 1976
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An offer that will grow on you from Mrs Filberts. Scft [·rip R Iw m Buy Mrs filberts Soft Margarine, ' . . . · ; · · · i '.. · · ·. ~« ' " " 7 now pacKea in Tiower pots. Then send for plants to put in them. Start your margarine garden today with these sturdy plastic pots. They come in both the 8 oz. twin pack and l Ib. sizes, in 5 colors, with drainage holes ready to punch out. And the plastic lid fmm mm doubles as a saucer. To help you enjoy them, we're offering you one or more healthy, sizable, specially grown plants from the famous John's Dewkist* Nurseries in Florida Just follow the coupon directions. But the best part is this. You'll be feasting on the fresh/sweet flavor of Mrs Filberts Soft Margarine. The margarine invented by a woman. · I I I I I I -- · -- TM i ^^^-- ^^^TM HBVH mmmmm wam^m mm^ · PLANT OFFER For each plant (order 1 or more), I enclose a 52.00 check or money order made out to "Mrs Filberts Plant Offer" and the words "Mrs Filberts" cut from any margarine package or written on a piece of paper. Allow 4 weeks for delivery. Satisfaction guaranteed or we'll replace plant(s). No. of plants (shown above left to right) D Coffee Tree D Norfolk Island Pine D Neanfhe Bella Palm D Gardenia Name _ Address Qty -Stare. Zip. · Mail to, Mrs Filberts Plant Offer, P.O. Drawer AC-MF 1, Apopka, Fla. 32703 chickeN wirh FRUI'TS by berh M ERRi MAN PARADE FOOD EDITOR Combining meat or poultry with fruits is a delightful custom in many parts of the world, but one that is unusual in this country. Chicken Polynesian will serve as a happy introduction to this blend of flavors. Fruits seem to enhance the flavor of chicken while adding indescribable lusciousness. To best enjoy these flavors, try this dinner: Begin with papaya juice, then serve the Chicken Polynesian with fluffy rice and a tossed green salad. For dessert, try coconut tapioca and almond cookies. chickEN polyNEsiAN 2 whole chicken breasts, halved 4 (high and leg pieces Salt 1 grapefruit 3 oranges Vs cup light corn syrup '/4 cup prepared mustard 'A cup vinegar 'A teaspoon Tabasco Vs teaspoon powdered ginger '/2 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons cornstarch 1 tablespoon water 'I can (9 ounces) crushed pineapple '/3 cup toasted almonds Sprinkle chicken with salt; place skin side down in shallow baking dish. Section grapefruit, holding over bowl to catch juice. Measure juice. Section oranges, adding enough orange juice to grapefruit juice to make '/2 cup. In saucepan, blend' corn syrup, mustard, vinegar, Tabasco, ginger, salt and Vs cup fruit juices. Add cornstarch mixed with one tablespoon water; bring to boil. Boil five minutes, stirring constantly. Brush chicken with this mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour, basting with sauce occasionally and turning once. Add crushed pineapple, orange and grapefruit sections, and almonds to remaining sauce. Heat; pour over chicken for last five minutes of baking time. Arrange on serving platter. Makes six to eight servings. FROM PARADE'S TEST KITCHEN

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