Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 21, 1952 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, February 21, 1952
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 V 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Tangy Apricot Have A Hearty Sunday Dinner " i Economical pork chops, topped,water. For extra tender rice use l*i | wjth green pepper ringS) pUed with!to 2 cups water), i fluff i long-grain rice, is a Louisiana I Place rice, salt and boiling water A good bread pudding will always ^h' worthy of your Sunday dinner I In top of double boiler. Cover, cook | over boiling water without stirring I until rice is tender and water ab- Maple-Flavored Bran Creams Ingredient*—One and one half cups maple-flavored eyrup. ^4 cup cream or evaporated milk, ?4 teacup "whole bran cup chopped spoon salt, be welcomed by your family, and^^le. this apricot bread pudding is an un- i ' Por k ciiop Platter ,- — —usual one. } (4 servings) jsorbed, about 35 to 40 minutes (25 (slightly crushed), Tangy apricot whole-fruit nectar; One and one -haH cups cooked;to 30 for "long grata"). Turn off| nuts is used for the liquid in this easy : i on g. gram rice 2 tablespoons flour.!heat, remove lid. ! Method—Put syrup, pudding recipe. A little grated j ^3?. orange rind provides a nice accent^ i arge ' for the nectar flavor. Apricot-Flavored Bread Pudding 2 eggs. '4 cup granulated sugar. % teaspoon salt. V-' teaspoon granted orange rind VA cups apricot whole-fruit nectar. 1 cup stale bread cubes. cream or salt, 'i teaspoon pepper,; Let rice stand in double boiler j evaporated milk, and salt in sauce- chops. 1 tablespoon fatjabaut 3 minutes to dry and fluff. (If pan; place over low heat and stir t ., cup chopped onion, 1% cups to-:not served at once, leave lid on to jmato juice, 1 bay leaf (optional), Vjjkeep hot.) teaspoon dried thyme (optional),! Note: Especially good if you need 4'/j-inch thick green pepper rings.' to hold cooked rice awhile before Cook rice. Meanwhile mix togeth- i serving, or if stove heat cannot be er flour, salt, pepper; dredge chops.Ikept low. Save remaining flour mixture.' Direct-Heat Method of Steaming Brown chops in fat in pan having] (3 to 4 cups cooked rice) tight lid. until well blended. Cover pan for 1 minute to allow steam to wash sugar crystals from side of pan. Uncover, and cook slowly to soft ball stage (236° Fahrenheit). Pour on a cold, wet platter set on cooling rack and let cool, without I moving, to lukewarm. Beat with . .„„ „„„„. -,,,-n „—... ..„ One cup uncooked rice, 1 teaspoon j wooden spoon until candy loses its Beat eggs lightly. Blend in sugar.; Add onion; cook soft. Add flour; ! sa]tl iu cups unheated water (for j stickiness and becomes firm enough salt, rind and nectar. Place bread;brown slightly. i extra flaky rice, use only 1'i cups to handle. Knead in hands until in small baking dish and cover with: Stir in tomato juice ;add thyme, j water and for extra tender rice useS smooth and nectar. Set in pan of hot water.'bay leaf. Place pepper rings on'iy t to 2 cups water). Form into balls about %-inch in Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees! chops; top with cooked rice. Cover; | Combine ingredients in heavy j diameter and roll in bran which has Fahrenheit) about one hour, until set. Makes three to four servings. A tablespoon of anchovy paste creamed with a quarter cup of but- ori simmer about 1 hour until tender. ! saucepan with closestting lid. Bring j been mixed with chopped To get best results with rice, fol- to brisk boil; cover. Turn heat very Makes 4 dozen pieces. low and continue cooking about 30 minutes (25 for "long grain"). Do not peek, as this lets steam escape. Turn off heat. Let stand, uneov- nuts. ter or margarine makes a delicious topping for broiled fish fillets. This Dish Is Exotic And Thrifty To keep costs down but spirits up,, and a half. Serve with fluffy rice serve slightly novel budget dishes for Sunday. meat for ric « P llaff Are appetites at your house be- low these expert instructions: Double-Boiler Way of Steaming (3 to 4 cups cooked rice) One cup uncooked rice, 1 teaspoon j Choose filling, flavorful casserole dishes and prepare them perfectly. Everyone will be pleased and well nourished without straining thej budget. Lamb Afghanistan (Serves 4) Two pounds stewing Iamb, lean, 3 scallions, stems and bulbs chopped, 2 tablespoons olive oil. 2 bouillon cubes, "4 teaspoon thyme, Vt teaspoon caraway, one No. 1 can okra, 1 can tomato paste, I'/i cups water, 1 orange; grated rind and quartered, Vt. teaspoon marjoram, salt and pepper. Saute lamb and scallions in olive oil in iron skillet, turning frequently, until well browned. Transfer to deep casserole; add other ingredients, stir together and simmer in oven at 350 degrees P. for an hour coming winter-jacVad? Next time you serve a roast or fowl, baste with this tangy barbecue sauce, tor & taste picker-upper. Serve tional sauce at the table. Barbecue Sauce Three ounces (H can) tomato paste, 3 ounces of water, 1 medium onion, 1 medium green pepper. 1 teaspoon salt, V. teaspoon dry mustard, Vi teaspoon celery se,ed, 1 addi- tablespoon wine vinegar, 1 tablespoon malt vinegar, 1 tablespoon olive oil. Stir together tomato paste and water; add to it finely chopped onion and pepper, then add seasonings, vinegar and oil. Mix well and place in refrigerator until needed. salt, cups boiling water (for extra flaky rice, use only l'/i cups You'll love the low price on Honor Brand Frozen Peas! ered 2 or 3 minutes to fluff. Note: Gives stand-apart grains and requires a fairly heavy pan with close-fitting lid and low, even heat. 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