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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey • 25

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BERGEN EVENING RECORD. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1956 01 Womtwk (jJohkL in turkeys and chickens, in meat sugar, and leave out corn syrup pears should be kept In the refrigerator until ready for use. Marketing Customs Changing Household Hints There are many new twists In pretzels. C. Fred Smith, executive of a New York baking firm, Today's Recipe Here's a quick way to make hot biscuits taste especially good.

Cream of Tomato Soup Salmon Salad Parmesan Muffin-Biscuits Fruit Beverage loafs, crumb crust pie and pretzel or cream of tarter. Follow thia Drea' suggestion when you make pian- Winter-time is candy-time and oche from a basic fudge recipe the imaginative candy maker can omit the chocolate and use brown make a variety of candies by instead of white sugar. To maka changing one or a few ingredients 'peanut-butter fudge, merely leava in the old fashioned fudge recipe. out the chocolate and add peanut Replace white sugar with brown; butter. will accompany his wife on Saturday when he is free.

Sometimes, Green Bartlett pears will ripen told the National Pretzel Bakers in two or three days if kept in a Institute convention in Philadel- he will take over tne responsiDii-ity of marketing himself. While wives appreciate this, they sometimes accuse the husband of ex paper bag at room temperature, phia that tne popular snacK is 65 to 70 degrees. Once ripe, widely used for stuffing By EDITH M. BARBER la the last decade, marketing customs have changed Few housekeepers telephone their orders to the grocer, as once was often a daily custom. There are many reasons for changing habits.

One of the most outstanding is the attractiveness of the large markets with self-service made easy for the buyer. Foods are displayed with prices attached. Usually orders are large, as most shoppers buy for several days ahead. If there is plenty of storage space, they may even stock up for a week. Often, in this case, the man of the household PARMESAN MUFFIN BISCUITS travagant buying of luxury prod ucts.

Although he usually pays the bills, it is the wife who is most concerned about keeping within the budget. MENU PATTERN FOR WEEK Coffee Cake In 10 Minutes! ever had (SuDDlement breakfasts with eggs or bacon, if desired. If fam ily is not home for luncneon, use INGREDIENTS: IVi cup biscuit mix, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, cup half-and-half (light) cream, 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese. METHOD: Grease a muffin pan that has small cups; one with 12 cups each about 1J4 inches across the top and about 3 inch deep is a good size. Put biscuit mix in mixing bowl.

Cut in butter with pastry blender until fat particles are fine. Add cream and mix with a fork until dry ingredients are well moistened; batter will not be smooth. Spoon batter into prepared muffin pans; sprinkle with cheese. Bake in very hot (450 degrees) oven about 10 minutest Remove from pans at once and serve at once. Makes 10 to 12 small biscuits.

NOTE: Grated Romano cheese may be substituted for the grated Parmesan cheese called for. salad at dinner.) SUNDAY Breakfast Baked apples Cereal Spinach omelet Hot rolls Coffee Mik Dinner Broiled grapefruit Celery Pickles Broiled steak Creamed potatoes Broccoli Ice cream with macaroons Coffee Supper Onion soup Mixed green salad Fruitcake Tea Milk MONDAY Breakfast Orange juice Cereal Cereal Toast Marmalade Coffee Milk Toasted rolls Jam Coffee Milk Luncheon Minced ham sandwiches Tossed green salad f- VERA M7J I'll i Grapefruit Tea Milk Dinner Lamb chops Potatoes with parsley Peas with lettuce and onion Chocolate pudding Coffee 8 FRIDAY Breakfast Orange juice Cereal Luncheon Steak and mushroom sandwiches Cole slaw Cookies Tea Milk NEW YEAR'S EVE SUPPER Scalloped oysters Potato salad Baked tomatoes Eggnog Cookies Coffee TUESDAY NEW YEAR'S DAY Breakfast Grapefruit Bacon Toast Coffee Milk Dinner Baked ham Sweet potato puff Spinach with sour cream Mince pie Coffee Supper Mixed sandwiches Fruit bowl Eggnog Tea WEDNESDAY Breakfast Orange juice Cereal Hot rolls Jam Coffee Milk Luncheon Poached eggs Cheese sauce Cabbage and pepper salad Cookies Tea Milk Dinner Baked stuffed fish fillets Scalloped potatoes Beets Raisin puffs Lemon sauce Breakstone's party-minded "QUICK SIX MIX" gives you SIX kinds of tasty appetizers from one basic recipe zesty, different and so easy to make with Breakstone's naturally sweeter California Style or tangy Regular Style Cottage Cheese! Coffee SATURDAY Breakfast Stewed prunes Cereal Dran muffins Coffee Milk Luncheon Celery and apple salad Toasted crackers Toasted rolls Marmalade Coffee Milk CRANBERRY GLAZED BISCUITS cup chopped auts Ya cup brown sugar 'i cup Jellied Cranberry 1 package bake and serve Sauce biscuits Heat oven to 425 degrees F. Grease custard cups or muffin tins. Sprinkle a few chopped nuts Into bottom of each cup. Crush cranberry sauce with a fork and stir in brown sugar.

Put a tablespoon of this mixture In each Tustard cup. Open package of refrigrrated biscuits. Separate. Press a biscuit dowa into each cup. Bake at 425 for 8-10 minutes or until biscuits are nicely browned on top.

Remove from oven, let cool for 4 to 5 minutes. Run knife around sides of cups and remove as you would an upside down cake. If any of the cranberry topping remains ia the bottom of the clup, remove with knife and spread back on biscuit. Makes 8 servings. Note: If a coffee cake Is preferred, sprinkle nuts over the bottom of a greased pie or cake pan.

Combine cranberry sauce and brown sugar and spoon over the nuts. Then arrange biscuits close together on the top of the cranberry mixture. Bake in r'-T-- ovi ti 15 minutes or until brown on top. Cheese Tea Milk Luncheon Potato soup Beet and celery salad Sliced oranges Tea Milk Dinner Frizzled ham slices Baked potatoes Creamed cabbage Cranberry and tapioca pudding Coffee THURSDAY Breakfast Stewed prunes Dinner Hamburg patties Potatoes O'Brien Glazed carrots Pumpkin tarts Coffee POTATOES O'BRIEN Dice leftover cooked potatoes. Add chopped onion and chopped green pepper, and dredge lightly MAKES IT BETTER! ith flour, salt and pepper.

Place in greased baking dish and pour over the ingredients enough milk Want this recipe? Address a postcard to Breakstone's, Box 181, New York 46, N. Y. to cover. Bake in moderate oven 350" about IS to 20 minutes SERVE until most of the milk has been absorbed. Copyright 1956, General Ftalum Cot i WIN A GAS RANGE; APPLIANCE, tmjm finest or FILLED MARKET BASKET JOIN ME, PARTICIPATE IN THE Holiday for Homemakers FOR YOUR TRADITIONAL NEW YEARS FEAST! 105 PRIZES conjunction with- the 19tb annual ISL Bergen Evening Record Public Service Elec.

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