Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 28, 1952 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Fry Zucchini In Hot Butter For New Dish Do you like zucchini—and do you want to know a new way of preparing this delicate Italian squash- Try this: ' Select firm, green zucchini. Wash Well but do not pee), Slice crosswise to make small disks. .Blend In a bowl a cup of flour, a teaspoon of garlic salt, a teaspoon ot paprika^and ••£ teaspoon of white pepper. --Dip the zucchini slices in milk, then in the seasoned flour. Pry in hot. deep butter or margarine for two minutes—until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper and serve hot, lighuy sprinkled with paprika. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1952 ELEVEN MARTHA LOGAN serves Egg and Mushroom Panic BURKEY'S SELF-SERVE FQODLAND !M N. CENTRE ST. PHONE 963 HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FISK Build a good quick Lenten meal i around these egg and mushroom {patties. They're easy to make and I you'll like the unusual flavor combination, when you add a bit of JUfiTS MY BRAND /RIVAL! - DOG FOOD II* FUN TO KM* YOUR NIBRMUD,' Just feed him Filbert's Margarine! chopped, onion and just more than a dash of Worcestershire sauce to the mixture. To raake four good servings, brown I cup sliced mushrooms and 2 tablespoons chopped onions in a small amount of butter or margarine. In a bowl, combine 5 fine quality fresh eggs, % cup of milk, and 2 tablespoons of flour, 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce and '/I teaspoon pepper. Beat the mixture until smooth, then add browned mushrooms and onions. For each patty, turn about % cup of the mixture onto a hot skillet, and brown both sides of the patty over low heat. Soy sauce is the perfect topping for these hot-off-the-griddle patties. Stewed, tomatoes, sprinkled with toasted bread cubes a fresh green salad, and the family favorite sweet dessert complete the menu. until all vegetables are tender, Place meat on serving platter; surround with vegetables and noodles; keep warm. Make gravy, using juices in kettle. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Vegetables, Noodles Used In Pot Roast Ingredients—One 3 to 4 pound beef pot roast,'1 cup water, 1 bouU- lon cube. >& cup chopped celery tops. 2 teaspoons salt, 6 peppercorns, y leaf; 10 small white onions, 8 small carrots. 1 pound snap beans 'trimmed and washed and drained), 8 ounces egg noodles fcooked and drained). • Method—In a heavy kettle brown i Coconut saowbslls are delicious meat on all sides over high heat. served with canned pl ™ pp *?£™ Ada water, bouillon cube, celery To make ^ avails bake white tops, salt, peppercorns, and bay| cake batter in sma]1 cupcake p leaf. Cover and. s.mme^gently jI tOj when coo i di the ^ * ^ 3 hours, or until almost tender. Add frosting and roU m CQ onions and carrots and cook 10 mm- j utes; add green beans and cook I " chicken have been ready-to-cook or "drawn" chicken! means that the head, feet and in-! sides as well as the feathers have! been removed. ! Exclusively Youn In Every Loaf Of BIG BOY BREAD On Salt At Your Local Independent Grocer A Product of Mclnlyr«l Bak«ry Tlw ffvislest man In America can't ' t*M Mrs. Filbert's Margarine frew tfce mett expensive table spread! > Read this: "I couldn't fool my husband with mnr- (' garine, MM. Filb«rt, until I gave him yours!", writes I Mr*. W. C. Richtmyte, Livingston, N, J. "Now he •ay* that ivhen I paid twice as much—I never beat your country-fresh flavor!" If your husband's fussy—give him Mrs. Filbert'* Margarine. Wives write Mrs. Filbert that it pleases tviryant. It'* Mrs. Filbert's own recipe... and only ft woman could make it taste so good. Mr;. Filbert put* 15,000 units of Vitamin A in every pound, too. "„' Buy Mr*. 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Ib. 79c BRAINS Ib. 25c Fresh Mad« PON HAUS 2 Ibs. 25c SUCED BACON Ib. pkg. 49c SARDINES ia...n I6c 2 Pkg> 35C PilUbury PANCAKE FLOUR For Sandwiches . . . Fresh LIVERWURST or SANDWICH SPREAD Roll each 29c • APPLES Sf ark's Delicious York Imp Winesap inrg* Baking A k A PI 4 1 Icildl e 9 1 ^NXVNX%XV«^SX>. 4 <»• 29c 3 - 25c 3 "» 25c 3 - 29c Frei*n Mix*et V VEG€TABLES Froxcn FRENCH FRIES Frozen KERNEL CORN PEAS and CARROTS x Pkg I 22c Donald Duck Frozen Orange Juice 2 ON<; 31c N«w Gr^nn SOLID CABBAGE GREEN PEPPERS larg« Calif. PASCAL CELERY Fr.ih SPINACH 2^19c to ,„. 19c 2 b ^« 49c ,,, 0 , 09 19cj Drink MMMMMMNMMMBMMBHMMMfeggHHHHHHHBHMB^i ESCAPE ••MMMHM|^Mj^^MMMHj^W_^M^^^MH|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMMIHIIHi^HliHi The certificate in packages of Quaker Oafs and Mothers Oafs SHIMS Me Me SM SHINING SINCE IMS' Eir/ojr dellchf} utttt ... Instantly I All tit flavor't I* on the 4-oz. or tt-oz. 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