Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
Page 28
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THURIDAY, JUMD30, I960 ALTON Feeding Ba&y Ha* Changed lit Fete Yettr* fc^^fc l^K •Uk^kaM ^^^^^ ^^ Beep Op HPWHB KnOW m •M fflft)! ofteiftt todays train ' ,. , WBH QNdfNRM uMfe MlB^S*M er uwu QUfifltt W^ ^kj«^— s^u^eaBrf nfw inowi* reared ft* Head. fly « WetMttUMitf SUP*, wat ^A^Ht ^kg^i^^H^^^^^ • ^^^f CB1U fsyWfyWafn, ana iHotheHi (4 tws UQOi wen to do BMDP duty. By tfftfiftW fni,4lfe am« along pvintl WWB 'teitig bonv beitf M win iflfflnutloti about vitamin eHstiovtries, arid tiwy -wtK almost ovef-eiKkMs about children's diets. How and when to widen Baby's menus plagued Awn. Nowaday* baby's doctor tells Mother when it's time to start a youitgftters on solid foods, and Mom (and Grandma) follow mis advice. It's important to get baby off to a good eating start, so he is introduced to new foods in small amounts at times when he ii really hungry and in cheerful enough spirits to accept them. A wli* mamma never forces baby to eat foods he seems to dis- ttM on first taste; she waits a week or so, and tries again. The modern baby is granted the right to a personality, and his preferences are taken itno account. Mom and Grandma both play the waiting game while baby slowly assimilates his new food experiences. When it comese to changing over from strained to chopped foods, baby's likely to be given a spoonful of the latter in between several spoonfuls of the former. In time he's won over to the new. Although Grandmas are npted for loving to cuddle, coddle and COO, baby needs to start exercising his i n de pen $f|n c e. When youngsters want to try feeding themselves, Grandmas' should be ireafly to retreat to the sidelines.. It's than tna^ fingers come into high .style. Small pieces of cooked meat, vegetables and fruit plus teaming biscuits ate fun for baby to lift and put in his mouth. He'll go through the same trial-and error system when he learns to feed himself with a spoon, later when he manages his own little fork, and still later when he graduates (with pride) to his own little knife. When recently we visited a young family, the 2^ -year-old cable into the living room with a . plate holding a wedge of cheese, A smail dull knife and some crackers. His cargo carefully set on a low table 1 he managed to cut .off small chunks of cheese. These he solemnly placed on the crack- era and handed around the can- apes! Grandma who take over on Mothers' days off are usually interested in the newest prepared foods available for small fry. Spaghetti with beef, ham with vegetables and cereal, and strained bananas and pineapple are some of the 1960s goodies for the youngest set • But what baby needs most at mealtime is a carload of approval. A big smile, some small talk and a reassuring nod will do wonders in convincing him mat three meals plus snacks everyday are lota of fun. Old-Fashioned Batter-Fried ChickenDelicious Newspaper Enterprise Food and Market* Editor Chicken? Of course, but how? Here are two ways— one like grandma's, the other with a note of gourmet sophistication.! Both are good. Old-Ftuhloned Batter-Fried ' Chicken (Yield: 4 servings) One egg, slightly beaten; % cup milk, l tablespoon pure vegetable oil, 1 cup sifted all. purpose flour, 1H teaspoon* baking powder, 1H teaspoons salt, Vt, teaspoon pepper, l teaspoon grated onion, •>* teaspoon sage, l fryer, 'disjointed; pure vegetable oil for frying. Combine egg, milk - and oil. j Sift together flour, baking powder, salt and pepper. Blend into milk mixture; beat smooth. Dip chicken into batter, drain. Cook chicken in deep oil heated to 350 degrees F. about 13 minute*, until done. / G»l» Chicken Newburg (Yield: 4 to e aerrtnie) One small onion, chopped; 3 tablespoons pure vegetable oil, 3 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon •alt, dash pepper, V* teaspoon tarragon, \ cup chicken broth, % cup milk, 9 cups diced cooked chtekM, 1 «gg yolk, slightly beatan; 1 tjddeipoon lemon Juict, % oup *h*rry or water, 1 pimento, chopped; l avocado, cubed. Cook onion IB oil 8 miautoa. Mix in flow, MMOningk, broth and milk. Stir while mixture cooks slowly and thicken*. A4d chicken, lightly blend in egg' yolk th«B toman Jutae, *h*rry or water, pimento and avocado. Serve OB to*»t. ISA franclwo's lamed Uokn Sfltlaue w constructed oo lanri ssv" eo to U» city by U» first |M|tinajr ter. eVete W. 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