The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on August 9, 1964 · 75
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · 75

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Family Weekly Cookbook MEL Casual Easy irresistible lVIinQI IMMFR JL w ML ML m ' 9mJF tomr Jem Jmwmmim Mi ill mm r A w mm' mmmm- Carried Shrimp in Patty Shells 2 taMesamona butter or margarine 1 sn onion Uunly sliced 1 aaiall dove garlic miaced to teaspoon carry powder 1 caa caaaififiil c ream of celery Vj cap mux 1 lbs shrimp cooked peeled aad eeveined Vi cap cooked peaa to 8 baked paff paatry patty shells 1 Heat butter in a saucepan stir in the onion garlic and curry powder Cook until onion is tender 2 Combine soup and milk blend well and stir into the saucepan along with the cooked shrimp and peas 3 Place over low heat until thoroughly heated stirring occasionally Serve in warm patty shells 6 to 8 servings Tomato-Cabbage Aspic 2 12-ox caas cocktail vegetable 2 eav (2 tablespoons) aalavored gelatin tableapooa grated onion taaleapeoa lemon jaice tablespoon prepared horse-radish teaspoon prepared mustard teaspoon Worcestershire sauce arops uoum not pepper seasoning tablespoons sugar teaspoon salt cap finely shredded cabbage cap finely shredded carrot cap finely chopped unpared 1 1 1 Yt 1 S lYt Yt 1 1 Soften gelatin in 1 cup of the vegetable juices in a saucepan Stir over low heat until gelatin is completely dissolved Remove from heat stir in remaining vegetable juices and the next eight ingredients blend thoroughly Chill until slightly thicker than consistency of thick unbeaten egg white 2 Stir in the vegetables Turn into a 1-qt loaf dish which has been rinsed with cold water Chill until firm 3 To serve unmold onto chilled plate and garnish top with thin unpared cucumber slices 6 to 8 servings Family Weekly August 9 1964 Beef Fizz 2 cans condensed beef broth 1 cap chilled ginger ale 2 tablespoons lemon juice Combine ingredients and pour over ice in glasses 6 to 8 servings Onion Popcorn Nibblers V to Vt cap (about Vt oa) dry onion soap mix Yt cup butter or margarine melted 3 qts freshly popped corn Combine soup mix and melted butter Pour over warm popcorn and toss gently until kernels are coated 8 qts popcorn Deviled Ham Muffins Petite Yt cup tomato sauce Yt teaspoon instant minced onion Yt cup shredded sharp Cheddar 1 2V4 -oz can deviled ham 1 egg slightly beaten 2 caps biscuit mix 2 tablespoons sugar 1 egg well beaten Ya cup milk 1 Combine tomato sauce and instant onion in a saucepan and set over low heat until mixture comes to boiling 2 Stir in the cheese and ham heat until cheese is melted and mixture is well blended 3 Stir part of the mixture into slightly beaten egg and return td saucepan stirring vigorously Cook over low heat stirring constantly about 3 min Set aside to cool 4 Blend biscuit mix and sugar in a bowl Combine remaining egg and milk and add all at one time to dry ingredients Beat with spoon until blended 5 Spoon 1 teaspoon of batter into each greased muffin-pan well (about 2 x 1 in) Add 1 teaspoon of deviled ham mixture Fill wells about full with batter 6 Bake at 400°F for 15 to 18 min or until lightly browned Serve warm About t doz small muffins mr W ILmVvl lamar aBao Ivfj!'aa1 3 ' il ' S ' sjfchatoj2j isaV ' ""TrB LmalP' Ssttlf ''''"''''"'let Captivate summer appetites with this eye-pleasing choice of foods for a simply prepared luncheon or supper menu — Beef Fizz Curried Shrimp in Patty Shells Tomato-Cabbage Aspic and fresh fruit SUNDAY MIGHT SUPPERS Tlmt-Suvtag Meat! Here's o ooofcbook that suggests how to MS your chafing dish waff) maker broiler and deep fryer to create wonderful dishes ahead of time or la just a few minutes YOURS FOB ONLY Sty BACH POSTPAID TO: FAMILY WEEKLY SOOKf 1717 s laeUsussj Awe Chicane ill iOale Enclosed find $ for which please send me postpaid copies of "Sunday Night Suppers" Sty each (Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded) r Oty via itrtii I - rTim or wn MrgiMy - DE PROFT Food Editor Chocolate-Filled Walnut Torte 6 egg yolks (about cap) 1 teaapooa vanilla extract ft' cup sugar 1 tablespoon instant coffee dissolved in 3 tablespoons water 1 cap very finely chopped walnnts (chopped in electric blender) 2 tablespoons fine graham cracker crumbs 2 tablespoons floor 2 teaspoons baking powder Vi teaapooa salt 6 egg whites (about cup) 2 tablespoons sugar Chocolate Filling (see recipe) Dessert topping (from pressurised caa or packaged dessert topping) 1 Beat egg yolks extract and the cup sugar until very thick and lemon colored Beat in the instant coffee 2 Stir in the nuts and a mixture of the graham cracker crumbs flour baking powder and Bait 3 Beat egg whites until frothy beat in the 2 tablespoons sugar then continue beating until stiff peaks are formed Fold gently into egg yolk mixture blending thoroughly 4 Turn batter into three greased (bottoms only) 8-in round layer-cake pans with loose bottoms If using solid-bottom cake pans grease bottoms of pans line with waxed paper and grease paper 5 Bake at 300° F about 30 min or until top springs back when pressed lightly with finger Set on cooling racks about 5 min then loosen edges with pointed knife and turn out layers onto cooling racks to cool (If paper is used peel it off immediately) 6 Spread cooled filling between layers Swirl dessert topping over top of cake If desired sprinkle with coarsely chopped walnuts 10 to It servings Chocolate Filling: 1 S-os pkg semisweet chocolate pieces Vi cups milk 2 teaspoons instant coffee Y$ teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons cold water 2 ergs beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 Combine first four ingredients in double boiler top heat over boiling water stirring constantly until chocolate is melted 2 Dissolve cornstarch in cold water and stir into eggs stir about cup of the melted chocolate mixture into the eggs and blend thoroughly Stir into mixture in double boiler and cook over boiling water stirring constantly until very thick and smooth Remove from heat and stir in the extract cool thoroughly (If a slightly sweeter filling is desired blend in 1 to 2 tablespoons sugar) About £ cups filing No Hani Feelings In loving my enemies I find I've excellent cause and ample To wish them well when I call to mind Their virtues as for example: They never stick me with six no tramps Or came as guests and remain with mumps Or take me riding in midget cars Or show me their operation scars Or ask for advice they will not heed Or loan me books I am loath to read Or nominate me to head committees Or phone me collect from distant cities Yes many a good trait recommends My enemies in full measure And alongside loving some of my friends Loving enemies is a pleasure! — Georgie Starbuck Galbraith Quips and Quotes The husband was trying— without much success — 1 teach his wife how to play golf At last she decided to swing the club her own way "I'm going to grip it like my broom" she said "It won't work" her husband said "And I'm going to swing it as I do a carpet beater" she continued ' "It won't work" her husband said Nevertheless she swung away The ball soared straight down the fairway struck the edge of the green and began to head for the cup It was rolling within inches of the cup when a squirrel hopped from the woods snatched the ball and dashed back to cover "See" said the husband smugly "I told you it wouldn't work" — James Shurluck One drawback of always being right — you have no friends to boast to about it - — Ruth Ckadwick A harassedrlooking woman walked into an employment agency and announced "I live way out in the country and need a full-time woman who can cook do the laundry take care of my four children and do general cleaning Can you help met" The agency director shrugged and called to the job-seeking women waiting on the bench "Anybody here interested in a couple of days in the country t" — Lucille J Goodyear Nowadays a criminal record is one of those things teen-agers play on their phonographs —John ShotweU v"L & 5fflH Hill r- A iTft n - -1 "t W Ti v "r r — miH "A great tribute Your Majesty This many people haven't gathered in the square since the "Beatles were here" Family Weekly August 9 iff 9

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