Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Orient Has Left Mark On Food* By CECILY BftOWNSfONe, AMoelated PF0M rood fedltor The Orient has left Us mark on our fashions, furnishings and food. Small wonder then that, outdoor cooks also feel Its Influence. They are discovering that the seasonings often used In Chinese, Japanese and Hawaiian cooking can give charcoal- cooked food unique enticement. Of these seasonings soy sauce Is the foundation. Added to it may be sugar, garHc, fresh ginger root and sherry. A soy sauce baste does wonders for chicken and the bird returns the favor. A boon to weight-watchers (chicken Is low In fat) and to budgets, this team makes the most savory of main courses. For a basic Oriental-American basic, use ',» cup soy sauce mixed with ', 4 cup lemon juice, % teaspoon salt and U teaspoon pepper; add any of the, other seasoning ingredients we have m«>ntion*?<i--aocordtng to whim and what's In the kitchen. This amount of basle will be enough for p»rh chicken. To cook, truss each broilei-. fryer and secure on a revolving spit; brush wilh the baste. Spit-roast, over moderate heat 30 minutes to the pound, brush- Ing with thr- haute 3 times during the cooking period. Count on each large broiler-fryer serving 4 outdoor eaters. For Collectors of Oriental Cook Books Compiled by the Women's Club of the L'. S. Embassy In Tokyo, "Hors D'Oeuvres, Kavorite Rt-cipes from Km-' bassy Kitchens' fTultle) is} a first-course xastrologue.j Its recipe* HIP adapted! from the cuisitifs of Kuropp, the Near East and South Asia, the Far Kast, I^aiin America; and the United Stales. Best of; all, these rules were obviously; used and enjoyed by their don-j ors and show discriminating j taste. In addition to its recipes, "The AH. of Chinese Cooking": by Mimle Ouei (Random.House) has a discussion of five distinct! types of Chinese cuisine—Can-1 lonese, Fukien, Shantung, Honan and Szechuan; a glossary of Ingredients used In the author's recipes and available in Oriental food stores; a list of Chinese food markets in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington, p. C. Thor-j ough acquaintance with her native cuisine plus residence In this country have helped thej author make this cook book! practical for American kitchens. "The Complete Book of Oriental Cooking" by Myra Wal-i do fMcKay) Includes recipes from Hawaii and the Pacific Islands, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, China, Indochina, Malaya, Thailand, Burma and India. Miss Waldo has visited all these countries and Introductions to her chapters give vivid pertinent pictures of a variety of food customs. Study Role Of Histamme In Allergies LOS ANGELES - By Science Service—The roJ* of hlstamtm, thought to be associated with allergies, is being Investigated in a research program which may lead to a better under-1 William J. Martman and Wll- standmg of this substance as it i Ham G. Clark of the University affects health and disease. of California Medical School. The study is being carrier! Los Angeles, and the Sepulveda out under the direction of Drn. 'Veterans Administration Hospi- Ring Mold Cool, Sweet Surprise By GAYNOR NAODOX Newspaper Enterprise Food and Market* Editor On a sizzling night this ring mold made of lemon pudding and whipped cream and filled with fresh fruit will be a cool and sweet surprise. Party Lemon Bine (Slakes s servings) One package lemon pudding and pie filling mix, ^ cup sugar, 2 cups water, 1 egg, unbeaten ; 1-3 cup whipping cream, 1ft cups strawberries, sliced and sweetened. Combine pie filling mix, sugar and 1-4 cup of water in saucepan. Add egg and blend well. Then add remaining 1 3-4 cups water. Cook and stir until mixture comes to a full boil and is thickened. (This takes about 5 minutes.) Remove from heat. Cool to lukewarm, stirring occasionally. Whip cream and fold into lukewarm pudding. Pour into 1- quart ring mold. Chill. i When firm, unmold on serving platter. Fill center of ring with strawberries. Serve with sweetened whipped cream. Note: If desired, 1 or 2 boxes (10 ounces) quick frozen sliced strawberries, thawed,.may be used. FrMb Cantaloupe Balls and gtrowberrte* ou Uu» «ttl/ (Yield: 4 servings) Cut 2 cantaloupes in half, remove seed.8 and cut into balls with a melon ball cutter or u half-teaspoon measuring spoon. Scoop out the meat that remain* in the shells, save it to use in fruit cups or salads. Combine cantaloupe balls, 2 dips sliced fresh strawberries, 1-4 oiip sugar and 1-4 cup fresh orange juice or kirsch. Spoon into cantaloupe shells. Garnish with freih 'mint. tal - 'testinal bacteria. The research- Drs. Hartman and Clark and ers used sterile preparations group recent l\ demon- from basophils, a kind of \vhi»e «trated for tn> first time that;blood cell, obtained from pa- histamlne is puxlurfd normally tients with acute myelogenous in human cell* by an enzyme. | leukemia. It had previously been thought Although histam'ine is impli- by many to be produced by ln-!uated in allergies, acute infer- tions and inflammation, there 1* increasing evidence of Its roles In normal body functions, the Investigators point out. Ttwse may inc-kidc nerve transmission, brain and heart function and production of gastric secretions. Histamine may also be J involved In such growth procfts- jses as development of the foetus iin pregnancy tissue regeneration and wound healing. The study is concerned with how the body produces and utilizes histamine in its normal processes. It is also concerned wfth means of UtuuRMI M pro ductfon In abnormal situation .such as allergies and tnflamm tion. 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