Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on April 17, 1947 · Page 15
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Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, April 17, 1947
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- 4 a .X 5T to Ttameb n BrftiA i;Serve Shoulder of Lamb With Pineapple Stuffing Have a square - cut Iamb shoulder boned and sewed on two sides. This leaves one side open for inserting stuffing. Season the shoulder, outside and inside. with salt and pepper. . Make pineapple stuffing. Fill the pocket in the roast with the stuffing. Sew or skewer edges together. Place roast, fat side up, on a rack in an open pan. Do not add water. Do not cover. Roast in a slow oven (300 degrees F.) until done. Allow about 40 min - lutes per pound! for luaiHiitr. Serves 8 to 10. Pineapple Staffing 3 tbsp. minced onion 2 tbsp. melted Mrs. Filbert s margarine 2 cups soft bread crumbs Salt and pepper 1 tbsp. minced parsley 1 No. 2 can crushed pineapple Cook onion in melted butter until tender. Add bread crumbs and brown lightly. Add seasonings and drained pineapple. Mix welL Soaring Uzal h Bad Practic iontisb Say n YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS' Theoretically, meals can be planned ahead for a week. Ac tually, I doubt if a plan of this sort is ever used without numer - The use of coal for fuel was once forbidden in Paris because juices from the meat. it was believed that the fumes caused disease. The old theory that searing meat "holds in - the juices" had definitely been disproved by sd - l entific exDeriments. When meat is seared, a high temperature is jus modifications even when it is used; and it has been learned formulated especially to meet the that very high temperature tujUa and toe pothooks of the actually increase the loss or . .. . . . . ., . ... Of course, they1 talking about us Sail Corn, the flavor and energy queen, and Sammy Soya, the prominent protein, are a real sensation. There's never been a cereal like Kellogg's Corn - Soya before. A wonderful, taste - tantalizing flavor, and real nourishment are the result of 20 years of work and, experiment by Kellogg's to achieve a delicious blending. And how these toasty, delicious golden brown shreds stay crisp in milk! Taste them, you'll love them. This' discovery has brought larer or smaUer - nd toere ahnnt a rharsf in the cookind may or may not De leitovers of meat by various methods, says Reba Staggs. home economistJ a!nj! iii fw hon. be found Nowadays, the accepted method fc t advantage wju of cooking a roast is to use a . , " u 6 constant low temperature. Thd taken of these, pie menu oven may be preheated or not, as) presented each week in this col - desired: but the temperature should be regulated to remain the same throughout the entire cook. ing period. An oven temperature) 0 300 degrees F. is recommend - l e everything needed for good ed for beef, veal, lamb and smoked pork. Fresh pork roasts are besd o eggs for ta. cooked at a temperature of 350j degrees F. Searing has also been aban doned in the case of broiled and! panbroiled meats, including ten - der beefsteaks, Tangy Cheese Dish 5 cups toasted - inch bread cubes 1 Vt pound American cheese, grated 3 eggs, beaten Vt teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika Vz teaspoon dry mustard 2 cups milk Alternate layers of toasted bread cubes and grated cheese in a greased 1 - quart casserole, with cheese as top layer. Combine beaten eggs, salt, paprika, mustard and milk. Pour liquid mixture over bread and cheese in cas serole. Bake in a moderate oven (375 degree F.) for' thirty minutes. Yield: Eight servings. individual family. Appetites may which can be put to use. Bar - umn is designed as has been mentioned previously and often, as a pattern. The three meals planned for each day will pro autrition. You will note the al - ctance, the inclusion of two fruits almost every day, and of a dish which makes use of milk or :heese at one meaL A salad is indicated in order to provide those necessary raw vegetables. Your own problem of meal plan ning for the day will De influenced by a number of factors, among which are the breakfast customs and if eggs are not used at this meal, a place should be made for them at lunch or din ner. If lunch is not taken at home by most of the family, then dinner is the place for that salad which, of course, may appear twice a day if you like. It makes little difference how the foods which are essential for good nutrition are divided among the three meals. The important point is to make sure that every one in the family takes enough milk, eggs, vegetables, fruits and some type of food high in protein of which meat and fish are exam pies. , You may alter the menu pattern to fit your own family Apple pie without p eeling apples or cutting in shortening! t. MM JL VJLJLV VtVU with Vyequicki" A' V1J CRISP APPLE SLICE5...ALS0 PIECRUST AtSg - "Xvl MIX.. .IM ONE PACKAGE. DELICIOUS XWZrfK &3k I tij fr f if J J - 4 K 'eJ 1 ton. Add 1 cups warm water. Let stand vlr $ ( 't ' 1j 10 minutes" Add only cup ,ugar" Empty out piecrust mix from smaller carton. Add cup cold water. Mix, roll out Line pan. (Makes 2 - crust 8 - inch pie.) You'll bo thrilled with your pio! CHOICE PIE APPLES are used for Pye - quick. Specially quick - dried and puffed. Crisp firm slices. Not like ordinary dried apples. Not limp or leathery or wrinkled. And they have that delicious fresh - apple flavor. You'll seel The slices hold their "shape, yet bake up tender. They make such a homey tasting apple filling! Sweet, fragrant and juicy. SUPERB PASTRY MIX: A blend of Gold Medal Enriched Flour, pure vegetable shortening and salt. Correctly "Itttj Crocket" it rcguttrtt! tndc nine of General MilU, Inc., Mimcipolu, Minaoou. proportioned, skilfully blended, - for the best results in making pastry. TWICE AS EASY! And a scrumptious . pie every time with Pyequick. Made by millers of Gold Medal Flour. Tested by our General Mills foods staff. No refrigeration necessary. Now you can have fresh - baked apple pie on short notice. Pour apple filling into pastry - lined paw Add top crust. Slide pie into oven. Twice as quick! And wonderful pie every time! of General Mills MRatSKJftS TELEGRAPH, HirrfeBorj, Pi. Thursday, April T7. 1W7 IS problems but dont scant the ma terials. SUGGESTED MENUS FOR NEXT WEEK Sunday BREAKFAST: Stewed rhubarb with raisins, ready - to - eat cereal, puffy omelet, corn muf fins, coffee, milk. DINNER: Grapefruit, radishes, celery, pot roast of beef, potato pancakes, broccoli, chocolate ice cream, angel food, coffee. SUPPER: Baked bean soup, salad bowl, toasted crackers, cheese, jelly, tea, milk.. Monday BREAKFAST. Orange juice, hot cereal, boiled eggs, toast, cof fee, milk. LUNCHEON: Toasted cheese sandwiches, mixed vegetable salad, cake, tea, milk. DINNER: Beef and vegetable pie, potato crust, creamed onions, apple whip, coffee. Tuesday BREAKFAST: Grapefruit juice, ready - to - eat cereal, bacon, whole - wheat rolls, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Cream of onion soup, Melba toast, cabbage salad, cookies, tea, milk. DINNER: Veal stew with vege tables, noodles, salad bowl, ap ple brown betty, coffee. Wednesday BREAKFAST: Orange juice, hot cereal with raisins, toasted rolls, jam, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Baked eggs in noodle nests, mixed green salad, applesauce, tea, milk. DINNER: Scalloped oysters or tuna fish, baked potatoes, peas, cabbage relish, pineapple Span, ish cream, coffee. Thursday BREAKFAST: Stewed apricots, ready - to - eat cereal, poached eggs on toast, coffee. LUNCHEON: Peanut butter sandwiches, mixed vegetable salad, cookies, tea, milk. DINNER: Broiled minute steak. creamed potatoes, corn with green peppers, orange custard pudding, coffee. Friday BREAKFAST: Tomato juice, hot cereal, Hot Cross bunsi coffee, mi ik. LUNCHEON: Cream of mush room soup, grapefruit salad, toasted crackers, tea, milk. DINNER: Baked salt mackerel or finnan haddie, mashed pota toes, beets, peach upside - down cake, coffee. Saturday BREAKFAST: Orange juice, ready - to - eat cereal, scrambled eggs, toast, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Fish and vegetable chowder, beet salad, applesauce, tea, milk. DINNER: Broiled lamb chops, potatoes with parsley, carrots with lemon butter, hot ginger - cake, whipped cream, coffee. Baked Eggs in Noodle Nests Line large custard cups or small au gratin dishes with buttered cooked noodles, making an in dentation in the center. Sprinkle lightly with minced onion . and drop an egg in the center. Sprin kle with grated cheese or with buttered seasoned soft bread crumbs and bake in moderately hot oven (375 deg. F.) about 15 minutes until eggs are firm. Glim Is Available In Local Stores The new discovery for washing dishes is now available in local grocery stores. It's not a soap. - In fact, unlike a soap, this liquid dissolves read ily and gives water full cleansing power. Glim, the cleaning preparation, gives instant rich suds when you pour a bottle - capful into the dish' pan and just turn on the hot water tap. ' No drying is needed because there is no soap film to wipe away. It is particularly effective on greasy pots and pans. And it is effective too for washing win dows and the car. A four - ounce bottle contains enough liquid for 50 dish wash ings. Widow of Officer Is Presented Medal Lewisburg, April 17. Mrs. Mary Gothie, of 30 Brown street, was presented with the Bronze Star Medal, awarded posthumous ly to her husband, the late Lt. Daniel S. Gothie, , USN, by the Secretary of the Navy, the presen tation being made by Cmdr. Henry Nash, USNR, of Williamsport. The award was for meritorious serv ice as officer in charge of Tor pedo Repair at Cavite Navy Yard, Philippine Islands. Lt. Gothie was captured at the fall of the Philippines and held in various prison camps. La,ter he was placed aboard a Jap freighter enroute to Japan, but lost his life when the ship was torpedoed off the coast of China. Also present at the ceremonies held in the Gothie home were Mrs. Gothie's two children, Daniel and Michael. Chosen Queen I Heading, April 17, (). Joan House, of Brooklyn, N. Y., was chosen May Queen of Albright College in an election held by the student body. Most of the hardwood forests of the United States are found in the East, the western hardwoods Realty Transfers Harry T. McFadden to Margaret C. Botsford, brick and stone dwelling at 2423 North Second street, $1. Robert A. Young to John . Young, 330 Chambers street, Swatara township, $1. Oscar Eshenour to John H. Cobaugh, six lots at the southeastern corner of Tioga street and Pine avenue, Buther - ford Heights, Swatara township, l. Harry Z. Arney to Ralph S. Neil, 398 North Forty - eighth street, Lawton Gar dens, Swatara township, $1. Jacob M. Musselman and others to George M. Glessner, 332 South fifteenth street, $1. Letort Corporation, Carlisle, 'to David Edward Lutz, tract at the northeastern corner of Sheck and Tenth streets, f 1. Allen G. Walton to John M. Leib - fried, lot along the Hummebtown - Her - shey road, Berry township, $1. OrvUle M. Shirk to John F. Hoke, 1307 South Cameron street, SI. Mrs. Susan Mateer Bennett to Maxwell R. Harris, 2116 Greenwood street, SI. Henry D. Fogelman to John A. Hotter, 247 West Main street, Hummelstown, 11. Mrs. Eva Konevitch to Stephen D. Konevitch. four - acre tract and dwelling along the road leading northward from Lauffer's Mill, Londonderry township, 1. Mary M. Hocker to Teresa M. Roblnski, 86 Disbrow street, SI. s Harry Z. Earp to Harless R. Naff, 108 Paxton street, $1. Monroe Holwig to Herbert G. Mc - Elhenny, lots along the northwestern side of North Second street, west of Edward, Lykens, $1. Elmer Troutman to Marlin Troutman, two - and - a - half - story frame dwelling in North Pine street, Berrysburg, SL being found mostly in river bof toms and valleys. (jm& life GUM 'it Special. U)&sk - ntL Snhodwdsfu fjdoL Medl(30fleo cofle ycu'H crjay Hart's a special price te have yew Try inn BiiuDravi Diane sjt ceffces Ideal Coffee l "heat - flo" roasted by our exclusive method to bring out the maximum flavor and fragrant aroma - - - then vacuum - packed. Here's quality at real economy backed by our guarantee of complete enjoyment. If Ideal Coffee does not pleaae you ae well a (or better than) any other brand of coffee, return the unused portion in the can and we'll give you a full pound of any coffee we sell without charge. vac can in I Regular Grind or Drip Armour's Star Corned Beef Hash 31 18 - oz i can Suniit Tomato Jaico 46 - ox can 25 Gorton's Dczdy - Io - Fry Codflnb io - oi c can Ma Fresh Vegetables and Fruit for Spring Vitamins - Frock California Local Froth Spring Spinach or Hale Asparagus Fresh Cel. Peas Northwestern Winosap Applos 2"25c Largs Seedless Grapefruit 3 fr 19c Largo Valencia Oranges iso - m dot - 39c Fancy Repacked Tomatoes in 23c Fresh Crisp Carrots u" bunch c Spring Onions 2 bch 9c Southern Radishes M So For Your Eating Pleasure - the best loaf of bread in years it' Supreme 1 ' Qlenwood eflPPlLE; IkSilUCa jj 4ein,0u . mMkW dP SWIFT'S BLAND LARD lb4le BORDEN'S HEM0 JIFFY PIE CRUST JUNKET Rnn'tPowd'r B0SCUL COFFEE WHEAT PUFFS 6o,d8e" SHORTENING cwi. p.Q.Q Chocolate syrup BREAD CRUMBS To.ed Frssk Do'Nits zcia Assortid lead Layir Caktt 45c - 69c 79c 3 ,b 1.21 3 J" 59c pa 9e lb Jar 4gg pka fie .bcn1i32 J" 25c 14 - ox can Asm White Vinsfar Me Steers Cube. Pkfl5 9e Rltz Cracker Nabitee Brabant ibpka 29i ,b25a VnU S did lb AU Our Beef and Lamb U Government Graded Tk U. 8. Dept. nf Agrjtalur U tk Impartial Jndf t ajaaHtr MMa ar'a it's "Road" that'a jour auamoa of abaolnto aatiifaetion. SaWro i loTermmaat graded "food" roatu or aWaka tola woak aad mJ th FANCY IS - lb - SSoGasQ " Tender Lean Chuch Boast Cross - Cut or BoUtr Roast ,b 49e Loan Smoliod Picnics " 39c SHORT RIBS OF BEEF lb23c LEAN PLATE BOILING BEEF " 19e FRESHLY GROUND HAMBURGER ' 37c SKINLESS FRANKFURTS lb37c FE1ESH DAY DUCII SHAD Uc Fresh Roe Shad Including the roe lb 25c (WHEN AVAILABLE) S17AHS0AP cake 12 2:r,39c Lux ToHet Soap 2 eke 21c Ufebuoy Soap 2 c'ke 21c &U7I FLAKES pkg 16' 121 - oa nc PkO pkg m n s 0 ICC IQ1EC Gold Dust y Pk 23e Wllbert'tMo - RBb Floor Wax p37c 69c Wllboii's Furn.Politli ' 29o JLUQ for buga pt2Jj SCOOP nPk25t 0'CEDAR Polish 39o BLU - WHITE 2Pkf9o Sweetheart Soap aka (To Woodbury Soap ! eka 25o SUNBRITE Cloantor 2 "So Parson's Annonia l9o ZERO Cleaner I7a Sp::d - UpDlc:chlOc FrlM UhUti AprU 17 - 18 - 19, 1947. Qaaattl Bllfcla Itmi. IfeiP gfeili" fhufc Wigs ip(Cp tonj

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