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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey • 387

Publication:
The Recordi
Location:
Hackensack, New Jersey
Issue Date:
Page:
387
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24C. THE RECORD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1986 Set the sofa you want in the fabric you want. at the price you want Custom furniture at -custom prices. At Choice Seating, you select the style and fabric you want. You can put contemporary, prints on traditional styles.

Or have a rugged corduroy on a colonial sleeper. And you don't pay extra. Over 400 styles. Look through our showroom. You'll find sofas, sleepers, chairs and recliners in every style you could imagine.

Traditional, contemporary, colonial even oriental. Our styles feature kiln- hardwood frames with double doweling and they're built to take it. But remember, they're just for display. We don't sell off the floor. Over 600 fabrics.

Sample our sample books. Match your favorite color or pattern or weave to your favorite style. You be the decorator. And regardless of whether you pick classic cut velvet, a bright cotton print, or a handsome textured weave, we guarantee it against wear. TOTOWA 890-0590 205 Rt.

46 West (Cor. of Union Next to Totowa Cinema) GREENBROOK 563-0096 392 Rt. 22 West (just west of Strike Spare DENVILLE 361-7340 3121 Route 10 East Summertime feast Continued from Page 70 Chop parsley and garlic finely and mix the whole works in a small pot, adding pepper, oregano, salt, water, and vinegar. Bring to a gentle boil, turn off immediately, then allow to cool. Though primarily a sauce for asado meats, it can also be used on fried chicken, barbecued beef, or even as a salad dressing.

If the matambre involves too much work, you might try the simpler asado chicken, again from Mrs. Prado. ASADO CHICKEN Chicken parts Paprika Adobo (a spice preparation available in imported-food sections of supermarkets) Butter Salt poultry pieces on the skin side. Sprinkle lightly with adobo and paprika on the inside and smear with butter. Place on foil coveredbaking sheet and cook in a preheated, 400-degree oven until brown (about 30 minutes.) Turn and cook on other side till brown.

The chicken then can be eaten any way you wish, though chimichurri adds the perfect Argentine flavor. A blocklong stretch of Cianci Street in Paterson, between Market and Passaic streets, contains numerous shops operated by Argentinians. There foods, spices, and beverages native to Argentina and useful in the preparation of Argentinian food are available. Some shops are: and Coffee Shop, 54 Cianci St. There one can buy cooked Argentine specialties, such as blood sausage, cumin sausage, and asado beef.

One specialty is Mrs. Prado's empanadas, or crusty meat pies. She refuses to reveal the recipe. Tana's Food Market, 56 Cianci St. Carlos Tana will cut beef to order, help a customer plan an asado, and can even arrange for the commercial preparation of a suckling pig.

Regional Importing Company, 51 Cianci St. Spices, canned foods, and beverages from Argentina are to be found here. Olvaldo Galarza, the manager, is not fluent in English, but can help Englishspeaking customers find what they are looking for. Humor will be the highlight on this year's Christmas card You don't believe us. You're used to the typical way of buying upholstered furniture.

You shop several stores and hope they have something you like. You've had to compromise on style, on fabric, and on price. Not here. How we do it is really simple. We have an exclusive agreement with one of America's most modern furniture makers.

They make what you order and you get a custom made sofa at a price ranging from $499 to $1,000. CHOICE SEATING GALLERY WE HAVE THE SELECTION Lanes) YOU MAKE THE CHOICE. "A Merry Christmas and a thoughts and feelings with Happy New Year to You." friends far and near during our That Christmas card most cherished holiday sentiment, which researchers season." say goes back to 1843 England, Designs and themes have remains the most used thought changed along the years, on holiday greeting cards though the sentiments remain today. much the same. It was British businessman Henry Cole who apparently cards originated the Christmas card Greeting serve a three after timeless human need.

custom, years English postal reform made it They survive all social possible to send mail near and changes. far for a penny. Cole asked an artist friend, John Calcott Horsley, to design Hallmark says humor is the the card, which had three 1986 theme. panels. The main illustration "It's an American axiom that showed the elders at a family laughter is the best medicine party raising wine glasses in a and there's truth in it," says R.

toast. The other panels Chris Martin, a psychologist depicted feeding the hungry and consultant to Hallmark and clothing the needy. Cards. "At Christmastime, we Two of the original dozen may need an extra dose. known copies of this first Humorous Christmas cards Christmas card are part of the allow people not only to laugh Hallmark at the pressures brought on by Historical Collection, the season itself, but also to according to its curator, share the laugh with someone Sharron Uhler.

else." "The Christmas card-sending An example? One card says: custom has weathered war, "Christmas is just plain economic turmoil and vast What other time of the social changes spanning well year do you sit in front of a over a century," she says. "It dead tree in the living room serves a timeless human need and eat candy out of your to stay close, to share special socks?".

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