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tEfjt Boston hlt What's Proper Confidential Chat. Fashions Food 'AM. Wom eris Pages GLOBE-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900 Twenty-Five STAR OF GOURMET MENU Baked Cheese Pudding Is Entree to Enjoyment if i 1 v-ov ml 1 i A -mSs 1 THE BOSTON set served a gourmet menu of the pudding, "actually a fondue, American-style" and tossed salad with tomato wedges. Then, because cheese was featured, came wedges of Cheddar and Port du Saint and slices of Swiss with crackers and fresh fruit rosy Mcintosh and new crop Bosc pears. Glasses of Claret went with this.
Dessert was bile-sire French pastries and coffee. naked Cheese Pudding (Fondue, American-style) 6 slices of bread, crust-trimmed. pound Cheddar cheese, sliced. 3 eggs. v2 teaspoon salt.
i teaspoon paprika, 'i teaspoon dry mustard. cups milk. Pinch cayenne pepprr. Butter quart csrro' and fill with layers or wr-a and cheese, ending wit. cneese.
licat eggs, acid re- maining ingredients and pour into casserole. Bake uncov ered in 350 degree oven 1 hour. Serve hot. Six servwgs. BLACK OSTRICH FEATHERS piled on a high and handsome black cloche was created by Canessa of Rome for the Fabiani collection.
DIRECT FROM ROME Hats by Ophelia, Canessa To Climax Fiera Italiana FOOTBALL FANS will happily settle their differences here I At the top is a rosy ball of Couda with thinnest slices of rye bread, then there's plenty of Cheddar (national favorite), Camembert, blue, brick and Swiss. The block of cream cheese is for those who say, "Make mine mild." Exciting hats by Italian de- signers Ophelia and Cesare Canessa of Rome will make headlines in the special showing of Italian Couture Originals by Fabiani, Carosa and Brioni, to be presented by Jordan Marsh Co, Friday afternoon in the Sheraton Plaza. This will climax the store's two-week "Fiera Italiana," which ends this Saturday. Canessa created the cha-peaux for the dramatic Fabiani collection Ophelia lor me equany glamorous Carosa collection. Tickets for the Jordan Marsh fashion showing, which will benefit the Boys' Town of Italy, may be obtained from Mrs.
Vincent Vollono, executive state chairman of the Massachusetts -Boys Towns of Italy, 89 State Boston. In discussing her Autumn-Winter collection of '60-'61, Ophelia points out that there are characteristics which, "although linked with my past collections, confer to the hats a completely different look. "My models are soft and voluminous, fitting slightly on the back of the head, leaving the forehead exposed and framing the face. Being rather high, they enhance and the new fashion silhouette. I have used velvet, soft felts, lightest leather, tweed, fur, chinchilla, mink and broadtail," Ophelia added.
"For the evening I have used stiff gold tulle, velvet, lame, plaited ribbon, em- it -r I hddock dinner vrrr? i I 'ivSN I A Firm Vote for Double Weddings Two letters ask about ionic weddings so for both we will answer and at once, of course, jave a double wedding, there nothing prettier, wedding-wise, than two sisters walking up the aisle with their father. No, the girls do not have to wear identical dresses, most don't, and they may share their attendants or hare different ones if they prefer. There is no need of any confusion and it saves more than half the expenses of having two weddings, and is easier for everyone concerned. Younger sisters or brothers can always be in the wedding party, and this adds to the pleasure of the occasion. Yes, the party after the rehearsal should include the parents of the bridegroom, and husbands or wives of the attendants, but- not others.
Yes. E. you may have two wedding cakes, if you really want, but one big one is just as practical and the two brides will cut it at the same time. MARJORIE W. SHERMAN.
Q. I am hoping to make a San Juan, Puerto Rico November. Please tell me kind of clothes will be J5SS necessary ana wouia De for any information regarding the weather. F. It.
M. Boston, A. Puerto Rico calls for Summer clothes all the year round. You should find the temperature between the mid- die 70's and the middle 80's in November. The only time you could conceivably need a warm coat is if you take a side trip up into the hills ELIZABETH BERNKOPF, Mail questions to What's Proper, Boston Globe, Boston 7 Beauty Hints Make-up Mustn't Mask the Real You By ANN DEAN A young man with a new approach to beauty has come to town.
"Make-up must never be a mask, but a transparency of yourself," he says. M. Francois is here, to help women find their own natural way to beauty. He is at Fi lene's and he represents Rev- Ion, but says, Although of course we would be happy to have you buy our products, this has nothing to do with the consultation." He has been an actor, a writer, a member of the French Resistance during the war, and a student of psychoanalysis, which brought him to his present work to "help women find security in their own looks." He has developed his Own techniques, based on what he calls five "your mirror, which never shows you as you really are; habits you must wash your mind and admit that you do not know yourself; bad interpretation of fashion; imitation of movie stars (this is mostly a 'teen- very often lie to women about the way they look just to please them." "This interesting and controversial M. Francois will be at Filene's today and tomorrow.
Budget that applies to the family children except occasional suggestions for the bride and groom, which do not apply to us. How much do you spend on food, for instance 10 percent, 15 percent, or more? On clothes for yourselves, your husbands? It would indeed help me to have some suggestions for comparison. My signature describes my present state in my 26th Home Praise for Tip On Marking Children's Clothes Editor Perdaps you know to whom I should direct my thanks. Several years ago a Globe sister sent in a method of marking children's clothes so that identifying them would be easier. The idea is terrific.
Here it is: The oldest child has one dot cither indelibly printed or sewed in. No. 2 child has two dots, and so on down the lins. In the case of clothes being handed down, just add a dot. Hope this helps somebody.
Bojo-Rila Grandma at 35 Would you be good enough to pass on to me. the method of removing grease spots? They are my plague. Would you know how to remove the stains of some baby foods from baby jerseys? I don't have any trouble with cotton shirts or white undershirts, but some of the prepared dinners and fruits have left brownish stains on my little boy's jerseys. I've "skinned my knuckles" scrubbing, but to no Discontinue Christmas Gifts For Children, Too? SistrrsThi3 year it has been suggested we discontinue exchanging Christmas gifts. I don't mind in the caso of older sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles and teenagers, but don't you think it should stop at the little ones? After nil, they really appreciate Christmas and a little toy, game or puzzle can bring as much enjoyment to them as a very expensive gift.
I nave always explained Christmas to my children as God's birthday where we help Him celebrate by giving gifts, to each other in His name. Of course, they won't know the difference, but I will. Am I being unreasonable? Mother Goose Colorful Oilcloths Meal for Practical Gifts Chatters Something a little different for Christmas and fun to work with is the colorful oilcloths wc can buy today. There is the bag for dust 'loths, a cover for the cookbook, a scissors case and, a favorite of mine, flat porch cushions made with a thick fold of newspaper inside. Happy making! Out of the Inkwell.
nw lron Titti O'Sea Haddock Dinner terms of this offer, thk counon mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm By DOROTnr CRANDALL When 200 guests come to luncheon and 100 request the main dish recipe, it must be good. This is what happened when baked cheese pudding was served at a gourmet luncheon, this week. The occasion honored Wisconsin, producer of 50 percent of the nation's cheese. "Two-thirds of our slate is farmland and milkr and cheese are big business to us," said Joan Engh, 19, who has traveled to Los Angeles, Miami and Boston wearing the crown of "Alice in Dairy-land" and acting as ambassador from her state. She explained, "Wisconsin matches the best in the world.
Farmers with an Italian background make fi- nest Parmesan, Romano and aged Asiago. Citizens from Switzerland make so much cheese our state is sometimes called Swissconsin." Chief Turc0 of the Somer ill i i v. I te'X i I in Farm Fresh broidery and very light in flour. Add tomatoes and feathers," she continued, seasonings and cook until "These are based on classical thick, stirring constantly. Re-Winter colors with vivid notes move bay leaf and clove, of emerald green, turquoise, Cover fish with the sauce, violet and white." Bake in a moderate oven, 350 The Jordan Marsh "Fiera degrees Fahrenheit, for 35 to Italiana" features Italian his- 40 minutes or until fish flakes torical and cultural achieve- easily when tested with a ments plus one of the most fork.
Serves 6. extensive collections of Italian merchandise ever presented in the United States. Friday Dinner Native Winter squash Is piled high now in markets and the roadside stands. Vary seasoning by using honey, orown sugar, molasses, or made svrim when hakintr Nutmeg, allspice, chopped pe cans, bacon bits, chopped sau teed onion, sherry and sour cream are all good with mashed squash. Baked Fith Portion! in Creolt Sauc French Fried Potatoes frozen) Butternut Squath Toned Green Salad Spice Layer Cake Coffee Tea Milk BAKED FISH PORTIONS IN CREOLE SAUCE 2 pounds frozen, unbreaded fish portions Vi cup chopped onion Vt cup chopped green pepper 3 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons flour 2 cups canned tomatoes 1 teaspoon salt Vz teaspoon sugar Dash pepper 1 whole bay leaf 1 whole clove.
Place frozen portions in a single layer in a well-greased baking pan, 12x8x2 inches, Cook onion and green pepper in butter until tender. Blend ately have no children, only moderate responsibility for persons other than our own two selves. Although I have looked in several books on household budgets, I've found nothing to others? Though this may sound goody-goody and "too sweet to be has always been true that to HAVE a friend one must BE one. Life can be cruel and hard at times so why make it harder? We can add grace to our existence by being half the person we'd like OTHERS to be. Remember, too, a sense of humor can be a SAVING grace.
loves a happy person I irisn Indian I A True Friend of the Chat Seeks Help With Chat Friends Ever since the morning a little over a year ago that I sat in my empty house awaiting the arrival of our furniture, I've been a faithful Chat reader, deriving much pleasure and benefit from it. I've sent the Chat method of cleaning ovens half-way around the world, for example, and the recent simple suggestion of lining the coffee basket with a tissue is my idea of just plain I wish I had something budgets to begin with? What worthwhile to offer you in percentages apply to what return, but the best I can principal items? For many luggest right row are two reasons we have never been Ideas I learned from my able to even try an "average" mother. budget, but we are shortly go- (1) A sponge mop squeezed inS to settle down to more nearly dry will roll up dog nearly an "average" life, and hairs on your rugs so that it would llke to fit our finances Is a quick and simple matter to rather than vice versa, for the vacuum to pick them have had to be doing. 4up. We have a respectable in- AnA an rVrtrie fan come and, as we unfortun- GSGosay iok sals HEAT SERVE! Selected prime haddock lightly breaded with Taste O'Sca' own recip of corn and wheat flour then deliclously browned to a golden crippneas, You'll want several Taste O'Sea Haddock dinners in your freezer sorts of occasions mforrnal family dinners unexpected guests an easy solution to "what'll we have for fitter" quick, nourishing meals' for the children.
all love the flavor, and you'll love the blowing onto your freezer meeds un defrosting miracu- iously. I hope these ideas help some Df you, for now I want to ask your help. How did you set up your HEW FCOZE Do Unto Others Dear Blue Angel Thank forgive us the sins committed frou for the lovely letter down through the ages, who 3 1 mm to keep for all baby They'll This coupon worth 10 towird purchisi of NAME. STREET. Peas Golden Potato Puffs High Protein ZONE STATE (Thit coupon not valid unUu tignid byynu, end not valid for by ingtUulumt or rtttaumnti.) 0'DONNELL USEN FISHERIES CORP.
1 FISH PIER, BOSTON most undeserved, I assure you. I wish I were the gal you THINK I am, but I have my moments when my Irish gets the better of me, too. I have found the best rule is live by is THE GOLDEN Unto Others." Life is too short to be unkind, thoughtless or bitter. It is hot always easy to feci compassion for someone who has hurt you deeply, but try to feel sorry for them, for they piuea. uoa can MR.
STORE MANAGER: In accordance with the BRING THIS COUPON TO YOUR GROCER AND GET 10f OFF may be redeemed for lOi plus 2f handling charge. Void in states where prohibited, taxed or otherwise restricted. 1 Cash value 110 cent. Thii coupon expires Nov. 10, 1960.
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