Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 117
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 117

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
Page 117
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FREsk Dill Pips Up Lwvib by Berh M ERR! MAN PARADE FOOD EDITOR The flavor of fresh dill is highly popular in the Scandinavian countries, and is tast becoming so in America. It is especially good with lamb, and now that fresh dill is available in the market and in home herb gardens we feel sure you will want to try this recipe which uses dill with shoulder lamb chops for delightful results. Lamb Chops With Dill Sauce 4 to 6 shoulder lamb chops 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 can (14 oz.) chicken broth 1 tablespoon snipped fresh dill or 1 teaspoon dried dill weed 1 tablespoon instant minced onion Few grains pepper 1 teaspoon sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice Dill Sauce* Brown chops slowly in oil, turning to brown both sides. Combine chicken broth, dill, instant minced onion, pepper and sugar; pour over chops. Simmer 30 minutes. Remove from heat. Remove chops; keep warm. Stir lemon juice into broth mixture; strain. Use in making Dill Sauce. Makes 4 to 6 servings. ·Dill Sauce 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 3 tablespoons flour 1'/2 cups broth used in cooking chops Va cup light cream or half and half 2 tablespoons snipped dill or 2 teaspoons dried dill weed 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 teaspoons sugar Salt to taste 1 egg yolk, slightly beaten Melt butter; blend in flour. Combine broth and cream; stir in slowly. Cook and stir over medium heat until smooth and thickened; simmer 10 minutes. Add dill, lemon juice, sugar and" salt; mix well. Pour a little of this hot mixture on egg yolk; return to remaining sauce; blend. Heat, stirring for one minute (do not boil). Makes about 2 cups sauce. FROM PARADE'S TEST KITCHEN PHOTO BY WALTER STRELNICK PARAflE OF PIKKSS TAKE A LOOK AT THESE NEW IDEAS FOR YOUR HOME AND FAMILY · BY PETER DRYDEN SPORTS TENDER: Here's a carry-all (above, left) designed for the equipment- laden sports enthusiast, especially the angler and tennis player. It has holding straps and compartments that provide carrying space for two rackets or rods,' two cans of tennis balls, hats, eyeglass case, towels, Band-Aids, aspirin, liniment and other first-aid supplies. The 6" x /Vs" x 14" reinforced white canvas unit also incorporates an insulated ice bag/cooler that can hold ice enough to cool a quart of any beverage for up to 12 hours. $15.95 postpaid. Carolina Tennis Tender, Inc., Dept. PP, Drawer 1458, Asheboro, N.C. 27203. VERSATILE CARTOP CARRIER: You can use this new cartop rack (above, right) to tote skiing and camping equipment, luggage, and many other items as well. Telescoped down, it goes into the smallest car trunk; open, it fits any compact to full-size car, goes on without tools, can support loads up to 440 pounds, including canoe or boat. Its five crossbars have plastic sleeves to prevent damage to cargo--and the two end crossbars have rubber shock cords to secure such items as skis, oars, fishing rods. $39.95. ICM Marine Products Ltd., Dept. PP, 322 So. Michigan Ave., Suite 1804, Chicago, III. 60604. FLY AND BUG CRABBER: To make it easier to get rid of household pests, this new swatter (above, right) has a surface with thousands of plastic bristles to hold flies, bugs, insects and spiders after they're killed--and to pick them up from floors, walls, upholstery, etc. It releases them when you tap against the top edge of a wastebasket. 2 for $1.25. Plastics Development, Dept. PP, 33091 Calle Perfecto, San )uan Capistrano, Calif. 92675. LAWN AND GARDEN TOTE: You can carry four to eight garden tools--plus leaf bags, fertilizer, and other loads--on this new dolly (above, left). It has an all-steel, zinc-plated, s /»" square tubular frame, with all joints welded, weighs only 13'/2 pounds, rolls easily on 5"-diameter, rubber-tired wheels. $21.95 postpaid. Fair Fancy, Dept. PP, Box 122, Little Falls, NJ. 07424. PATTERNS OF LIGHT: When you turn on this lamp (above, center;, the tips of its 10,000 glass fibers flash with changing colors (red, green, blue, yellow). As the colors vary, the glass fiber spray itself turns, adding motion to the shifting patterns of light. It's designed for use as a decorative accent in family room, bar, or TV room. 16" tall, in chrome trimmed with black leatherette. $49.95 postpaid. Franzen, Dept. PP, 110 Franzen Bldg., Flanagan, III. 61740. Parade of Progress items are NOT advertising. Wrile to manufacturer if items are not available in your store. Allow three to four weeks for a reply. Attention manufacturers and distributors: PARADE will consider your new ideas but regrets it cannot correspond about them. 11

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