The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on April 2, 1954 · 33
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1 1 um a '0 1 I t t mob 1' )' The Foremost ewspaper of The Carolinas 44 46444i IIERB-BAKED EGGS and crisp slices of bacon served with spiced cranberry tomato cocktail is perfect brunch fare It is easy inexpensive and takes $o little time and effort for the hostess Herb-Baked E(Yo's Good Brunch Fare A brunch is such fun You set the hour that suits you — sometime between 11 and 1 o'clock Folks drop over to exchange news relax over good food and hot coffee and bask in warm - family cheer Have a big pitcher of freshly squeezed orange juice ready for a! pickup when guests arrive Or if yqu're in the mood to offer surprise try this brand-new recipe for Spiced Cranberry Tomato Cocktail For the main course we recommend that most accommodating of brunch dishes — baked! eggs ' vvith a difference because' they're flavored wall tarragon) Prepare the eggs in individual baking dishes and they'll be simple to berve 1 Top the eggs with slices of crisp bacon Easy way to prepare a pound of bacon at a time is by this method Allow the bacon tol stand at room temperature so you can separate the slices Then spread the slices out on a rack in a shallow pan Bake in a hot! (400F) oven about 10 minutes or until well browned You won't' have to turn the bacon and it will be pleasantly crisp Drain on brown paper or paper towels and keep hot while you turn the oven down to 325F for the baked eggs His biscuits are a must with this brunch and may be prepared from a mix If you want to save time "drop" the biscuits according to the directions on the package instead of rolling them out We like to serve the first rounds' of biscuits with squares of butter then split the last round and spread with butter and a mixture ! of honey and chopped pecans Good! For a refreshing last course make an attractive arrangement of cruchy apples juice pears oranges and grapes SPICED CRANBERRY TOMATO COCKTAIL Ingredients: Fresh lemon juice confectioners' sugar 3 cups tomato juice I cup cranberry juice 1-inch piece stick cinnamon 31 whole cloves ti teaspoon salt crushed ice Method: Dip edges of six 6-ounce glasses in lemon juice then in confectioners' sugar Place in refrigerator for 20 to 34) minutes or longertintil Nvell chilled combine tomato and cranberry juices cinnamon cloves and salt chill in refrigerator for 20 to 30 minutes or more Remove spices Shake well with cracked ice and strain into chilled glasses Makes 6 servingS HERBED BAKED EGGS Ingredients: 4 tnblespoons butter or margarine 3 tablespoons line' dry bread crumbs g teaspooni crumbled whole tarragon 12 eggs! 6 tablespoons heavy cream 6 tablespoons grated cheddar cheese! paprika Method: Grease 6 individual pie! plates or shirred egg dishes ! generously with 2 tablespoons butter Combine crumbs and tarragon Sprinkle inside of dishes with crumb mixture 'Break two eggs into each dish being care- fill not to break yolks Pour 1 tablespoon cream over eggs:! sprinkle with cheese and paprika Dot with 2 tablespoons! butter Bake in slow t325F t oven! about 15 minutes or until eggs are of desired doneness Makes 6 servings Good friat Chicken Creamed chicken looks pretty and tastes good with a topping of diced avocado t'se this topping for creamed eggs or creamed ham too if you like The bland avocado Is particularly good with the ham CHICKEN SAUTE 1 2ti pound broiler cut into quarters I-1 cup flour 1 teaspoon paprika 14 cup fat ' 1 teaspoon salt 14 teaspoon pepper 2-3 cup cream or top milk 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Thoroughly rub flour and paprika into chicken Cook slowly in hot fat to a -rich brown about 20 minutes Add salt and pepper Cover tightly reduce heat and Cook slowly until tender about 30 minutes If the skilllet dries be- fore chicken is tender add I or 2 tablespoons water Uncover add cream and let it cook down for several minutes Season cream to taste Reemove chicken to warm platter pouring cream from skillet over it Sprinkle with parsley and dust with paprika Serves 4 Good Souffle Dish Is Made Usiag num Fish dishes with a Lenten flavorl today first a souffle that uses tuna i SAVORY SOUFFLE For 6 servings combine 6 tbsp! quick-cooking tapioca 1 tsp salt Is tsp pepper tbsp grated onion' 1 C chopped celery and Pi c milk in saucepan Place over medium heat and cook until mixture' comes to full boil stirring constantly Remove from heat and add 114 i C (7-oz can) flaked tuna fish and 1 to 2 thsp chopped pithato Cool' Starkist TUNA FISH !slightly while beating 3 egg yolks To make 6 servings cut day-old! 'until thick and lemon-colored Add bread into tiny cubes to make legg yolks mixing well Add mix-!about 2 c Add to cubed bread' !lure to 3 egg whites beaten stiffly!liquid and oil from a 1-lb can sal-folding in very gradually mon 3 slightly beaten eggs I cant Turn into greased 2-qt bakin g condensed cream of mushroom' !dish Place in pan of hot water soup 2 tbsp each chopped par-1 ' and bake at 350 degrees F 1 hr!sleY and chopped onion tsp or until souffle is firm ti tsp pepper and few drops ! While meat loaf may not be the I!!1°t sauce most popular dish in the world it PIMENTO EGG SAUCE can be varied in many ways and Fold in salmon broken into large then is well received For examplechunhs Place mixture in greased this salmon loaf lloaf pan and bake at 375 degrees' Chunk Style 7010 l'isit Re id's Daily Planter's Peanuts 1 2 lb can 37c Planter's Mixed Nuts' l oz can 29c Mantles Mixed Nuts 12 lb can 55c Planter's Peanut Butter 11-oz jar 35c Can 39c Strie imann's Zesia Crackers Lb 25c Auttshine Hij In Crackers Lb rkg 3Ic Nabisco Saltine Crackers Lb Pkci 25c I Enjoy Your Food Shopping At Reid's I Afei zi-WtV:1:34TV' Ame We are pleased with the variety and quality of our Fresh Produce—See vs today! 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