Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNE 23,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Vegetables Can Also Be Interesting den* mowmmmB SENSATIONAL MEAT OFFER! IkWF No *wbt about it, you on twat vegetables tnsuditffiwestingways (hat Huftfljf nd Mends win |0l> ble them up< Tain fee emot Serve It with an eteHflt lYwwh eauee end ft becomes positively gjamcwus. Tht MOW? Ifi • vartitioD of the classic Hollandalse that outfit to be better know in this countfy. Called Maltaise, It adds orange juice and rind to the basic mixture and achieves delightful flavor. One direction for the sauce In- trlguea us. The late Louis Wat, who was chef of New Yortfa Rite-Carton Hotel, said that Mal- taise Sauce should be Dink and added a few drops of red food col* ortng. We did Just that and found that coupled with the carrots it achieves a notable effect. France's famous gastronno- mic dictionary, Larousse. gets even more exotic. You may, it suggests, substitute tangerine juice and rind for regular orange and then "perfume" this sauce with a few drops of the orange-flavored licpier, curacao. Larousse says that Maltaise is used for "legumes boulllis" — boiled vegetables. Louis Diat served it with asparaus. We've tried it with both vegetables but — much as we revere Dial — we are convinced that Hollandiase is the su- i perb sauce for asparagus while! Maltaise is superlative with car-j rots. This version of Maltaise Sauce is strickly up to date: it uses the new corn-boll margarine with fine results. Maltalse Sauce Ingredients: H pound (1 stick) Method: Pare carrots; cut In corn-boll margarine, 2 egg yolks Jri teaspoon salt, cayenne pepper, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon orange juice, 1 to 2 teaspoons grated orange rind. Method: Dlvld margarine into sixths. Place egg yolks, salt, a dash of cayenne, lemon juice and orange juice over very hot (but not boiling) water until mixture Is just heated; stir constantly with a whisk. Add one piece of the margarine, whisk constantly until It blends with other ingredients; add remaining pieces of margarine the same way. Add orange rind. Continue to cook, whisking constantly, until sauce is thick enough to mound slighly when dropped from whisk. Serve at once. NOTE: For preparing sauce, use a double boiler or a 1-quart heat-resistant glass bowl set in a small skillet of very hot water. half crosswise; cut into quarters 7 lengthwise. Arrange in 2 layers in 10-ince skillet; add boiling water, 1 teaspoon sugar. Skillet Carrots Ingredients: 8 to 10 medium- size carrots, boiling water, 1 tea spoon sugar. Method: Pare car rots; cut into half crosswise; cut into quarters lengthwise. Arrange in 2 layers in 10-ince skillet; add boiling water (to a depth of one inch) and sugar, (Sauce supplies enough salt.) Boil gently covered, until just tender—abuot 12 minutes. Drain and serve with Maltaise DowWe ft vr Money fiodr a* my HUM* ewftry or (Uh pmnbmn »o m«fc« of A*f» fM* w««k IF TOU Aftf NOT CO/MPIiritr SAW NID |PPHH||RMWRMWOTwM''**nw | ^nvnKisi«H«H«uiwi i« iw^ww^^^ww^^w^w^^ i CHUCK ROAST "•im*-moHT" MIT CIMTM curs Here's e truly «ut$t«n*na value, eut from awn-fee*, Mly matured rattle. Try one this weekend . . . yeo'll riik not even • aennv . . for if you're not pleosed in every way AfirP will flive yen OOUILI YOUR MONEY IACK!! Right" "Super- Beef Shoulder Roast Sup " Fresh Ground Beef Beef Brisket Boiling Beef "Super-Right" IONEIESS "Super-Right" PLATE , k 89c ,J9c Chicken Breast Rock Cornish Hens Canned Ham 2 £ $ 115 IS- 79« 4 H. 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