Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 23, 1957 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
Page 18
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TiMKS, CUMBERLAND, MI)., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD ,Taker, r . Fruit Soup For Summer Not so long ago fruil soups beverages instead of the grape. were looked upon as foreign novelties. An im'cnlion of the Scandinavians, fruit soups have been adopted by Americans who op precinled their possibilities for delightful summer meals. '; Served cold, what could he a more tempting start (or a dinner in hot weather? Fruit soup is a satisfying luncheon dish, loo. The soup, for which we give the recipe below, is unusual because it is made with carbonated grape salt In saucepan. Add grape soda. This gives it an extra zip. Top each serving with a dollop of sour cream, if desired. Summer Fruit Soup 214 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca 2 tablespoons sugar Dash of salt Vi cups grape soda 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 cup sliced bananas 1 cup red raspberries Combine tapioca, sugar and By CECH.Y IIIIOWNSTONB Associated Press Food Editor When Sunday morning rolls orinmd, serve a hot bread break- "ast treat to your family. j You don't have to get up real early to prepare these rolls it you sift and measure the dry ingredients the night before. Cut n the shortening then, .too, to save time next day. While Ihe oven preheats on Sunday niorn-:i stir in the milk and orange' The recipe con be varied by usingiljeat different combinations of fruits in boil, season, and you can use truc- frtiit black cherry, other fruit-flavored soda; cook and stir over medium juice and roll out. This hot bread has until mixture comes to Remove, from heat; add and you can gel ahead, too. Grate lemon juice. Chill. Just before serving add bananas and rasp- orange or carbonated berries. Serves 4-6. Don't crush those sandwiches you are planning to store in your Easy Canape For a last-minule companyjf rcczcr . pack th!>m into a canape, lop crackers or sma!l; An(1 scrve , he M on two week: slices of rye bread with sharp R0 by clieddar cheese and a strip of, bacon. Slide under broiler (or a' few minutes. French toast looks pretty lop- fped with a spoonful of red jelly. Can't be beaten for wonderful eatinM Hot Rolls Add Breakfast Zest Joys Prove Better it V/iishitig Dishes filling that ready j the orange rind called for and mix it with the brown sugar and chopped nutmeats; cover and stove in Ihc refrigerator. While you are roll ' ing out the dough, the butter needed for the filling can be melt-', ed. When the rolls are in the oven you can mix up the frost-! ing. Let these rolls rest for about 5 minutes when you take them out of the oven so the filling ingredients have time to set, but du serve the rolls while they are still pretty warm. If there are any rolls leftover, try splitting and toasting them; we like them CORNMEAL gives these sweet orange rolls a crunch texture. even better this way than first time around! QUICK ORANGE SWIRLS Ingredients: 1V4 cups sifted flour, 3 ,^ cup enriched yellow or while cornmeal, 3 tablespoons inHYDROX...andonlyin HYDROX ... you enjoy the marvelous merging of richest chocolate wafers and the most thrilling vanilla cream-filling... as dessert ... with dessert... doubly delicious! he ORIGINAL cream-filled chocolate cookie... FINEST EVER MADE! our QUALITY is your L£ BIGGEST BARGAIN Genuine Grontwille Home-cured HAMS Sugar cured Hickory smoked Whol« only Hfln 110 ID 12 Ibi.) ... tb. 3*iC NU SOFT THE NEW MIRACLE RINSE Picnic Hams , 37c , New California Potatoes LONG WHITES Reody to cot (& to 8 Ib.) . Pork Sausage Our own maka lean Ib. Jumbo Cantaloupes Pure Lard Lake Herring (SALT FISH) tail of Se STOKELY'S FROZEN FOODS SKced Strawbeirlet . 1 for 45c Mixed Vegetables . . 2 ier 35e Simkitt Lemonade ,. 2 for 25c ""'Premier CrusHed o Whole Gra New DOVE Toilet Soap Regular 2 ba,, 3?C Giant 2 !,<,„ 47 C Premfsr Pork and Beans 25c Boiling Beef RIB or OSS« BRlSKEf |b. £»G ECONOMY™"""""" Beef Steak T-BONE or j;i- SIKLOIN Ib. 33C Rib RoasF — Econoiny ,,.,,.,. Ih. SOUTH END MARKET double-acting baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, Vi cup granulated sugar, 'A cup shortening, 'A cup milk, Vt cup orange juice, 2 tea spoons butter or margarine (melted), gr.ilcd rintl of orange, Vi cup firmly-packed dark brown sugar, Vt cup chop pcd walnuts. Orange Frosting. Method: Silt together the flour cornmeal, baking powder, sal and y t cup granulated sugar intr a medium-sized mixing bowl. Cu in shortening with pastry blender until it is in tiny particles. Sti; milk and orange juice together, gradually acid to dry ingredients tossing gently with a fork; mix only until dry ingredients ar slightly dampened. Turn out on a lightly floured board or pre pared pastry cloth and knead a jfe.v seconds. Roll out to form a rectangle 8 by 12 inches. Spread I dough with melted butler. Mis rated orange rind, brown suga and nutmeats; sprinkle ove dough. Starling with 12-inch side roll up as for jelly roll. Mark ot K slices about }i-inch apart ant cut. (A string or thread atou 10 inches long placed under th roll, crosed on top and pulled i opposite directions, does a nca and quick job of slicing.) Plac swirls in a greased 8-inch squar pan. Bake in a hot (425 degrees oven 20 to 25 minutes. Spoo Orange Frosting over hot roll in pan. Let rest about 5 minutes then serve at once. NOTE: Fo Orange Frosting, mix togethe Yt cup sifted confectioners' suga and 2 teaspoons orange juice. Home soda bar: top a chocolai ice-cream soda with a puff c whipped cream and a little gra cd orange rind. Meaty llai-ehit Bologna strips and chopped ipe olives give extra color and lavor to this new jiffy rarebit. Combine 1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup with a quarter >ound of cubed American cheese ind V4 teaspoon prepared mus- ard. Heal till mixture is smooth. Add ^1 pound of bologna cut into 'hin strips and ^ cup chopped Jack olives. Heat thoroughly and iorve over toast points. Serves 4 Top rounds of cucumber wit well-seasoned cottage cheese an serve with tomato juice. Good fo iweight-watchers. GREENVILLE, Mich. — W oys arc much boiler than girls I washing dishes, the domeslic cicnce teacher at Greenville [igh School says. Miss Catherine Siall has a class nade up entirely of boys— 33 of item. They have learned table etling, cundy making and the aking of cookies, rolls and u'scuits. "They really make Iheir own iroducls disappear in a hurry," aid Miss Stall. "The dishes," she said, "usual- y arc really clean when the boys 'et Ihrough with them." Inexpensive Goods Make A Fine Bride's Buffet WEDDING RECEPTION buffcl made of two card tables cover«d will) lace paper jiials Is atlraclivc but inexpensive. ny GAVNOR .MADDOX Tile bride-to-be is a career girl living in a one-room apartment. Her wedding budget is meager although her desire for a lovely reception is large. What does she do? Stic uses two folding card tables as the buffe; table, lace pnper mats and doilies to make "the bride's lace She chooses Ameri- roses as the baste tableclolli," selecls an easy to prepare and serve wedding breakfast menu. can Beauty color for everything except the "lace paper cloth," which u creamy white. Instructions for making bride's buffet table: Place two card (Continued on Page 19) DOMINO Sugar JERZEE Milk ... KINGNU7 Oleo -.- WIIKIN'S Coffee SrA-FLO LIQUID Starch •• v, , X«nny'i SALAD Dressing .. PREMIER CUCUMBER Slices -.. pi. 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