Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 28
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July 14, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

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THURSDAY, JULY 14,1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-N1NB Recipes in Cookout Contest By OAVftOft MADDOX ftewapaper Enterprise Food and Market* Kdttor Together with Stan Muatal j of the St. Louis Cardinal! (alsoi owner of a popular local res- leurant) and three nationally j known women food editors, wej fudged entries of finalists In the Kaiser Foil's First Annual all male Cookout Championship In Honolulu. Locked up In a palm-shaded cabana In the Hawaiian VII- lage, with a security guard outside, for six hours we judges rated the 25 dishes, hot from the charcoals, on whether the recipes would be good for backyard or patio cooking at home, as well as for novelty, appearance and general appetite appeal. Prizes were — first, $10,000; then four of a I960 Jeep station j wagon. All of the '25 finalists • and their wives were flown by I .. Jet to Honolulu for six days. '< Moral: teach your husband how • to cook! | Among the four station wag- < on winners were Richard A. Wngencr of Fresno, Calif., an ; avid hunter and outdoor cook.: HI* entry: Singapore Satay.s, made <?f beef. i Merrill H.- Brush of Pitman, N. J., father of two, was a win-, tier with Roast on the Rocks. Singapore Satayg (Serve* 4) Two pounds of beef, cut in 1-inch cubes, green stick skewers, meat tenderizer. Sauce: One-half cup grated fresh or canned coconut, ':.• cup 3vaporaled milk, 'v cup water, '/i cup peanut butler, 1, small onion, quartered, 1 clove gar- lie, quartered, 2 tablespoons * chiii powder, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon limei juice, 2 teaspoons curry pow- .1 der, 1 teaspoon salt, '2 dashes bitlers, '< cup butter. Place 8 or 10 hickory chips " In a can of water; cover light-! -- ly. One hour before cooking .. time, line a hibachi < table-top ~ cooker) with heavy duty foil. ~ Add charcoal, .light and let - burn until there it, a nice bed ~ of coals without any flames. r Five minutes before cooking, time, place wet hickory chips j on top of live coals. Threadi cubes of beef on skewers. Sprin-j kle on all sides with meal tenderizer. ! Combine coconut, milk and water in a saucepan. Bring to ! a boil. Remove from heat and I cool. Pour into a blender, add. remaining sauce ingredients, except butter, and blend to a I smooth sauce. Pour into sauce-> pan, add butter and heat, stirring constantly. Keep warm, j Shield hibachi on windward side with foil folded lengthwise. Place skewered meat on hibachi and let smoke about 10 minutes. Serve with individual bowls of hot cooked rice and individual bowls of warm sauce so that each person may dip the meat into the sauce and lift It, dripping, across the rice, to eat. Roaai on the Rocks (Served 4) One (4-pound) eye roast of beef, of uniform shape, 2 cloves garlic, quartered; Vj cup salt, 2 tablespoons freshly ground pepper, 1& teaspoons ginger,! parsley. Line firebox of grill with quilted broiling foil. Add charcoal, enough to have a bed of coals 2 inches deep over entire! area. Light and let burn until j coals are hot and covered with while ash. Roast is cooked directly on coals, relocated on fresh coals several times during cooking. Brush fine white ash from surface of coals with folded newspaper. Remove roast from refrigerator well in advance of barbe. cue time, to reach room temperature before cooking. One hour before cooking, insert garlic quarters into well- spaced l¥j -inch-deep slits in meat. Blend salt, pepper and ginger. Rub salt mix into meat, forcing as much as possible into all surfaces until roast is heavily coated. Just before cooking, remove garlic. Place roast directly on coals. Cook for 10 minutes. Give roast one-third turn and relocate On fresh coals. Cook for 10 minutes. Turn once again and cook 10 minutes. Roast will be char, red on the surface, juicy-red Inside. Toae 2 or 3 peeled garlic cloves into fire just before roast is ready to serve. Piace roast on a wooden plank and garnish with parsley. 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