Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1963 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 13, 1963
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 13,1963 Low Cost Vegetables Best By EDITH M. BARBER It is innlifyiriL.' to find, as \ve often Ho. that most vof:Ptnb!cs are best when they are at theirjus prefer the tender thin stalks lowest prire of the year. This is cprlainly tnir whrn local supplies of asparagus come to market. \Vhilr the thick heavy stnlk.« are often the most popular some of that are found only a few weeks vegetable. Another sauce thai is particular- in the spring. How good they areily good is onr thai I believe I on toast with a rather thin cream;invented myself and called by the sauce instead of the Hollandaisejname of my mother's family, which is often served with this;Michael. When local asparagus is Fresh As Spring! k rf ~ ~ ^rt5S*Sr«sa JVfl^l s ^\ \*^p* .„—i > . Ku CHOCOLATE MILK Ql. 17* VANILLA ONLY ICE CREAM GAL. 99 from the makers of famous Strongheart Dog Food I Special Fri., Sat., June 14th and 15th 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 2353 State St. Across from Cordcs Studebnker Garage, North Alton 102 Edwnrdsville Kd., Wood River 1S3 E. AWine Dr., Rosewood Height* OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. at its best, I like to make a full meal of it. instead of serving it as we do most vegetables, as Rn accessory. No other luncheon or supper menu is more appealing to asparagus lovers than this. Michael Sauce 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten s i cup sour cream 2 teaspoons tarragon v'negar l a teaspoon paprika Mix slightly beaten egg yolks with sour cream, vinegar, and paprika in small saucepan. Hold saucepan over a larger one containing hot — but not boiling — water and stir constantly until mixture thickens and becomes smooth. Remove from heat and season with salt, if desired. Serve at once with poached or steamed fish, asparagus, broccoli or cauliflower. Yield: about 1 cup sauce. Hnllandnlse Sauce '2 cup butter 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten 1 tablespoon lemon juice Dash of cayenne Divide butter in 2 portions and put 1 piece in small saucepan with slightly beaten egg 'yolks and lemon juice. Hold saucepan over a larger pan containing hot — but not boiling — water and stir constantly until butter is melted. Add remaining butter and stir until sauce thickens. Remove from heat and season with cayenne. Serve at once. Yield: about Vi cup sauce. Note: Never let the water reach the boiling point. The sauce should not .curdle if these directions are followed, If the sauce should curdle, beat in a tablespoon of heavy cream, drop by drop. Cheese Is Popular Food That Increases Well-Being; Loiiff Nutritional Favorite rj / T> By EDITH M. BARBER Long before nutrition \vas considered a science, certain foods were known to be importat to well-being. Meat was given the highest score as a contributor of course. Milk in its own form was believed to be necessary only to infants. By the trial and error method, cheese, a milk product, was eventually given a deserved importance. "Bread and cheese" satisfied hunger and at the same time was believed to be "strengh- ening." In this country because the meat supply was so plentiful, cheese was considered an accessory to a meal. It was almost invariably served with pie, ' the most popular American dessert. At first, it was of the Cheddar type which, however, was more often called American cheese or store cheese. The latter name was HELP DAD MAKE HIS DAY A HAPPY ONE CHUCK STEAK PULLMAN SANDWICH WAFER SLICED RATH'S WIENERS Ib PKGS. U. S. NO. 1 FRESH RED RIPE Watermelons GOLDEN RIPE Bananas JUMBO CALIF. .Dozen ••••- Beef Chuck 1C LB, Beef Arm 1C LB, Pennant Thick Sliced 2 LBS. BOX Bacon OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. .Lb. • BLUEBIRD FRESH _. BLACKBERRY I • SHURFRESH • CRACKERS - ALBY Alton OREO COOKIES . ib. 39c **ww*w\**vw*w**vv PEVELY FARMCREST D-E-L-f-C-f-O-U-S 1C RITZ— -DAD'S ROOT BEER Orange A AH ft SODA CHARCOAL LIGHTER 29e QUART J Briquets ^_ ww*-vwwvwwvvwwvvw< • SHURFRESH SANDWICH j s\ •COOKIES £ 49 •••••••••••• Pevely (j FROZEN POPS 29cf Pack A-G ROLL BUTTER Lb. 59' Hawaiian Punch 3 46 Oz. S * 00 Cans J» A-G Potato Chips » 49' White Paper PLATES DINING CAR COFFEE .Lb. 1C Musselman's Apple Sauce 1C A-G FRUIT Cocktail 59 /» given it because it was purchased in contrast to the other staple, cottnge cheese, which was usually mad? at home. Now we make much use of Cheddar cheese in cookery. Chewe Potato Fluff 3 cups mashed potatoes U4 cups grated Cheddar cheese 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion 2 tablespoons minced canned pimiento 2 eggs, beaten Sa't nnd pepper Combine ingredients in order listed. Mix well and place in buttered l^i quart casserole. (Top ot fluff may be brushed with melted butter or sprinkled with bread crumbs.* Bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees K.. for 25 to 30 minutes. Serves six, Stuffed Frankfurter* 3 cups mashed potatoes 8 frankfurters 8 thin slices of cheese (Use mashed potatoes prepared milk, salt and pepper.) Split frankfurters and heap as much n«i shed potatoes in Slit as frankfurter will hold. Top each with slice of cheese. Heat In moderate oven. 350 degrees F., for 10 or 15 minutes until cheese melts. Serves 4. (J5 1963, General Feature* Corp.) Giant Iris SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — Chrysanthemum seed from Japan which Mi's. Russell Bjom planted in her front yard contained one odd seed. To her surprise, nn iris grew five feet tall, with blooms thrice the size of a normal flower. The flowers were deep black, then turned purple, and then a pale pink with lavender veins. Mrs. Bjorn was unable to identify her mystery iris. just like wearing mink ...the feeling you g«t wfoa ywi Mrvt *,.<>. BY OFFERING MOTHER GOOD FOODS & CASH SAVINGS EVERY WEEK *P COME SEE... YOU'LL SAVE AT A&P! Hill IBB! ,4 is out to make father happy ai! y«r providing mother with plenty of good food* far his paychecks! Dad also likes the many fine gifta mother gets for Plaid Stamps. Big favorites for thrift, too, are the quality-famous A&P Excfo* sives: Jane Parker Baked Foods, Ann Fine Foods, and freshly-ground A&P Coffee -">* 60FFEE MILL FLAVOR fresh-ground flavor you can't get in a can! Coffee must be freshly ground, correctly ground, to give you alt the flavor you pay for. You see A&P whole-bean Coffee custom- ground exactly right for your coffeemaker... to give you COFFEE MILL FLAVOR ... freslvground flavor you can't g«t in a can! MILD AND MELLOW Eight O'clock - 55 3-IB BAO $ l.59 RICH ANOmi-BODlEO I-LB. BAG Red Circle 59< *| 71 3-LB. BAG VIGOROUS AND WlNiY 1-18. BAO I 3-lB. BAO Bokor 6I« AwMv« 'M- Aim Page Fine Foods BIG BEAN ANN PAGE ffnf/oocfr "'' Mxxfn'tSe ['•*••: '*%, wiMmm A* >«+* I-LB. CAN YOUR CHOICE: Ann Page KIDNEY or RED BEANS, Sultana BEANS in tomato sauce lona LIMA BEANS 0 ANN PAGE Pure GRAPE Jam or Jelly 2^45* ANN PAOS Pun PIACH, APRICOT or PINEAPPLE Preserves .xss, 3 & '|°° ANN PAGE QUAVT Salad Dressing 49 e ANN PAGE Uft., 2-OZ BOTH! . S.,,ona STRAWBCRRY P reiereM BarbCCUC SOUCG 29* FATHERS FAVOR THE FRESH FLAVOR OF ...Jane Parker Baked Foods JANE PARKER Pie ~39« Here's a cheery cherry favorite for Father's Day! Its flaky crust j» crammed with juicy, red cherries. You never tasted finer! JANE PARKER GLAZED of GRANULATED SUGAR JANE PARKER ORANGE I-LB , i-oz — RIO 9* Donuts S * >> 39 Chiffon Cake 49* CwwMi Fvdg« White Layer Cake Jone Parker 6 '/2 -inch Potato or 59* Wheat Bread X'Sr 2 L ^39^ JUNE DAIRY MONTH FEATURE!! WISCONSIN AGED SHARP, TANGY FLAVOR Cheddar Cheese 59 3 STORES TO . SERVE YOU • 411 Piasa ALTON • Washington Square ALTON • 20 W. Edwardsvlll. Rd. WOOD RIVER i<V~*» i

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