Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 29
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June 9, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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THURSDAY, JUNE 9, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ^. _ ^^^ ij^^y^^^^^ PAQ1 fWHfff Thousand Island Dressing M. BARBRB There art very tew young housekeepm who know how will take the trouble to produce a homemade mayonnaise. At one time, thlr was considered an achievement by a young girl who was just beginning to learn methods of cookery. The egg yolks must be at Just the right temperature and the ollvfe oil, vinegar and lemon jutee must be added drop by drop while stirring vigorously. «om*- times, In spite of all the care, the ingredients Just refused to unite. Today, we all depend upon a commercial mayonnaise or thick salad dressing to wnicn, however. if we are clever, we give an individual touch. If fresh tarragon Is available, aa it often is in the Spring, it may be mixed with mayonnaise. OtherWlse, a little tarragm vhie- gar will be a good addition, with other herbs perhaps. The combination of catsup or chili sa"ce with a dressing changes the Ilav- or materially. If you like a sharp flavor, prepared mustard and just n dash of Tabasco may be added to taste. Last of all, to any of these m'x- tures a small amount «f cenv mercial sour cream may be beaten in. Thousand Island Dressing \a cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon tarragon vinegar K cup heavy cream, whipped 1 chopped hard-cooked egg 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper 2 tablespoons chopped cooked beats 1 tablespoon chopped onion % teaspoon minced parsley 2 tablespoons chili sauce j Combine ingredients and mix well. Yield: about Hi cups. Rumian Dressing % cup mayonnaise % cup chili sauce 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper 1 tablespoon chopped onion or Chives Combine ingredients and mix well. (Copyright 1960, General Feaures Corp.) Try Fresh Pineapple, HalfShell By EDITH M. BARBER There can be no better choice for an eqrly,Spring dessert than a fruit platter upon which is arranged a combination of the many fruits found at the market just now. Most of, them are home grown in some sections of the country, although pineapples and bananas are imported. While many grapes come from California, Belgium also sends us large blacK grapes and, occasionally, there ui 1 ! be a shipment from as far away as South Africa. Strawberries from California and tdter from the southern States, oranges from Florida and apples and pears from our own Northwest may all be found in the ' fruit marke's ai one time. Cheese and crackers are the natural accompaniments of fruit. The French and Italians substitute one of their delicious typical loaves for the crackers. The English like the latter although, according to custom, they are call ed biscuit. Most of these fruits need no previous preparation, although pineapple should be sliced or diced and is usually the better for marinating in sugar. Fresh Pineapple OnThe-Hall Shell Wash whole fresh pineapple and wipe dry. Cut in hall lengthwise, without peeling, right through its green top. Cut out core. Free the meat from the shell by runn'ng a sharp knife ajxmt \ : j inch from the shell along the underside cl the meat. Now cut loosened meat into '/i to Mi inch crosswise slices. Serve wedges on toothpicks. If desired, sprinkle with sugar. Fronted Fresh Strawberry And Pineapple Cup }& cups fresh pineapple wedges 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 cups sliced strawberries 6 to 8 scoops lemon or orange Ice or sherbet Combine pineapple wedges, sugar and lemon juice. Chill 3 to 4 hours or overnight. Fill sherbet glasses with alternating layers of the pineapple mixture and sJic- «d strawberries, having pineapolf u the bottom layer and stra.vber- ries for the top. Top with a scoop of lemon or orange ice or she. bet. Garnish with a whole uncappe.1 fresh strawberry. Yield: 6 to 8 servings. (Copyright 1980, General Features Corp.) "California is expected to be the most populated state in the year 1970. 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