Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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Pages 2140 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 18, Use Meat Tenderize!* On Steak By Uncle FRANK KOHUCR Sorry to be so late in starting our outdoor items — but our late March blizzards made'it difficult to concentrate on barbecue. Our apologies! But here is FAMILY STEAK, being a great way to transform any cut of beef into a broiling steak by means of meat tenderizer. Here you can use chuck, round or rump steaks with a resultant and gratifying reduction in cost. Follow instructions on tbje tenderizer, noting especially the following points. 1. the meat should be cut not less than 2 inches thick, nor more than 3. It can be cut from top or bottom round, sirloin tip, heel of round, boneless blade, arm chuck or rump, for instance. 2. It should weigh not less than 3 pounds, boneless, or 3^4 pounds with bone in. 3. Before cooking, trim off surplus fat. slash the fat edges, springle all surfaces with meat tenderizer as you would with salt; pierce all sides deeply at close intervals with a heavy 2- tined kitchen fork; allow the meat to stand at room temperature for about 1 hour, or overnight in the rfifrigeraor, loosely covered with waxed paper. In the latter case, let meat conje to room temperature before cooking. 4. The meat must be broiled or barbecued, and we do recommend a meat thermometer. If broiled, it should be 4 to 6 inches below direct broiler heat; if barbecued. 2 to 3 inches above the coals. Allow about 13 minutes or so per side for rare, 15 minutes for medium. 5. In serving cut in thin di* agonal slices across the grain at approximately a 30-degree an. gle. Serve three or more thin slices to a customer. This operation is well worthy of experimentation, and we hope you'll try it, and that you'll enjoy it as much as we do. V.I.P. FAMILY STEAK. This economical extravaganza" should please the most discriminating and fastidious, as they used to gay. And easy on the budget, withal. For 6: A round steak 3 inches thick weighing not less than 4Vb pounds Seasoned meat tenderize?.' ... Flour. Prepare the meat as in Point 3 above. When ready to cook, coat the meat very heavily with flour, making the coating as thick as you possibly can. Place the coated meat on a sheet of waxed paper to transport to the fire. You need good coals in ample quantity for this job. They are ready when they are grey, shot with a ruddy glow. Lay the heavily coated meat, in the waxed paper, RIGHT ON THE COALS! The paper obligingly burns right off. Allow about 15 to 17 minutes tor rare, 18 to 20 minutes lor medium, or as you will. Turn the meat but once, using tongs so as not to break the crust. When done, knock off the flour and ashes and place the meat on a cutting board. Slice in thin slices as directed in Point 5 above. Elegant if the slices are dipped in melted butter and men encased in split and toasted hot dog buns, for instance. PICKLE SAUSAGE SANDWICH. These are quick, easy and good, and utilize brown-and- serve rolls and sausage, by the way. This makes 8 sandwiches. Combine 1 package (8 ounces) of softened cream cheese with 1 tablespoon of sweet pickle liquid and 3 tablespoons minced chives, and blend well. Cut 8 brown-and- serve hard rolls in half lengthwise, and spread the cut surfaces with the cheese mixture. Spread the bottom half of each roll with 1 tablespoon of chopped sweet mixed pickle, and place a brown and serve sausage on the chopped pickle on each. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of minced pimento over each. Bake the sandwiches and the tops of the rolls separately, but simultaneously, for 15 to 20 minutes at 400 degrees, until rolls and sausages are nicely browned. Remove from oven, cover sausages with top half of rolls, and serve hot. Send YOUR favorite recipe and a stamped self-addressed envelope to this newspaper and become a life member of The Skillet Club. We'll send you a membership card to prove it. (Copyright 1960. General Features Corp.) Mr*. FDR Claims AdlaiWantsPrcMdency MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) - | Mrs. Franklin P. Roosevelt says Adlaj Stevenson, whom she boo&t* || for the Democratic presidential^ nomination, wants to be president.'' But. the former first lady said Wednesday night. Stevenson "isn't J the type of person who would i he would be better than any other candidate." Stevenson ha* saui he is not a; candidate (or the nomination, but-I has indicated he \\ould accept a' 1836 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1960. 5c Per Copy MembwofTht Anniversar r*;r .'<;^»;--.- Vcu aw Cwdially $Mite4 te tut-Z3r4 fyt* fahttwAwy £*k! FREE CAKE AND COFFEE TO RE SERVED FREE BALLOONS AMD MERRY-GO-ROUND RIDES FOR KIDDIES PLUS 20 GRAND ATTENDANCE PRIZES "NOTICE" NO DELIVERIES FRIDAY OR SATURDAY, JUNE 17 AND 18! Lawn ley Powtr Mower, Card Table and 4 Chairs, Black Forest Cuckoo Clock, 24 Piece Dlnnerware, Deluxe Coffee Maker, Cherrywood Salt and Peppers, Traveler's Alarm Clock, Men's Cuff and Buckle Set, Beach Umbrella, Imported Insulated Ice Bucket, Regal Chicken Fryer, S Piece Kitchen Set, Silver Plated Soup Ladle, Ecko Rotary Egg Beater, Instant Coffee Maker, Imported Chafing Dish, Shine Butler Shoe Holder, Seaforth Men's Travel Kit, Deluxe Bar-B-Que Set, Patio Chef Set, 4 pieces. COME IN AND RE8ISTER-NO PURCHASE NECESSARY CHUCK ROAST FRESH WHOLE FRYERS.. KREY THICK SLICED BACON.... LIIIY'S DILL OR KOSHIR PICKLES FOOD KING Ib. LB. 29 93' SALAD DRESSING WESSON OIL . . C&H Qt FRESH GROUND BEEF 3-98 10-LBS. SUGAR 99 Folgers COFFEE PORK SAUSAGE 2- 45c B.v the Piece BRAUNSCHWEIGER "39c MINUTE STEAKS < 860 GROUND CHUCK BOLOGNA WIENERS Lb. BANANAS Lb. MRS. HUBBARD'S Chocolate Chip Macaroon Vanilla Wafers • U. S. No. 1 Red BIG CHIEF 3, $1 . M PEANUT BUTTER . 2,! kI 89C I KRAFT'S GRAPE JELLY Free ... Comb and Brush Set with DOVE SOAP . . . Save 7e JOY LIQUID . . . i With Duratex—Save lOe £ FAD POWDER . . 69c IB-OS. 3 r 59« 60« 22-Os. mwmm WB • • •• •» ••• •• • • COOKIES Approx. am^iHi/Bk "s I FLOUR ! 39 S UM. Limit i I 48 Siie i POTATOES 10-49" s JTOMATOES 2 <~29 t i uwso " r p . ^ STA FLO Liquid TEAUQS :PEACHES 2 »* 3!r i STARCH . 62''LEMONS2~49 € ; 2*,, 57« Vj Gal. 37o Mia Your DEL MONTE SWEET PICKLES -. . HAMBURG RELISH Choi " SWEET SLICES 4 $400 1 s CABBAGE - 10 C AJAX CLEANSER FREE... I Pkg. of PICK A POPS WITH I'LKLHASE Ot 1 Pkg. 29C FOOD KING CATSUP 2 Bottlot " HAWAIIAN PUNCH PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT HI-C ORANGE WELCHADE GRAPE . A.G. TOMATO JUICE 00 MAY FORBES TEA SWANS DOWN YElLOW-CHOCOtATI-WHITi CAKE MIXES BORDEN'S ELSII BRAND ICE CREAM gal. 52c Z Large BUY ONE GET ONE 59 3 Pkgi. I OAL. « l6 sia > 2 BOXES — _____ CARNATION MILK 6 Lg. 89c GRADE "A" LARGE EGGS PORK BEANS 3 300 Size 2 ~ MILLER'S OUR LEADER BUTTER 79' 67 e - SWISS MISS by PET-RITZ PIES •EACH Ami CHMIY NINTH AT AUY WHME ALTON IHOK FOR QUALITY POODS t* kMt fmnHtisi

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