Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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PAGfc TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 2V, 1963 Spinach Has Been Over-Promoted By EniTH M. BARBER Spinach is one of those vogrta- hlfs thnt has suffered somewhat from over-promotion. Children hnvr liked if it is chopped after cook- inp rather lhan left in whole leaf form. Don't forpet that like most dressing, it makes a particularly Rood salad, good to look at and pood to eat, as my friend Helen other greens, when it is cooked I Baudin prepares it for a party. should he with onlv the water heen urged !o clean their plates even if they won't take a | that clings to the leaves after a sri OIK! holpinR. They look with; good washing. It is necessary to suspicion on anything that is la-; wash it thoroughly as it may re- bclcd "good for them." j lain somr of the sandy soil in As yen have probably noted, : which it is grown, this vegetable is usually better In raw form, with an intercstiiv SPINACH SALAD 1 pound bag of fresh spinach, washed and dried 1 small onion, chopped '2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon orcgano 2 teaspoon garlic jxiwdrr tablespoons Italian grated cheese cup salad dressing or mayonnaise tablespoons salad oil tablespoon vinegar Sassafras Can Be Used For Flavoring of Candy By EDITH M. BARBER Did you ever go sassafrasing? Probably not, because sassafras Hushes grow only in woody dells which are usually found by the banks of a creek. At the first signs of spring near the small town in which we grew up we. cd lo hunt begged to be allow for fresh sassafras hours before serving Several time, cut spinach into bite-sized pieces. Add remainder of ingredients and mix thoroughly. L e t stand in refrigerator 1 to 2 hours, mixing several times. Before serving, garnish with sliced onion rings and sliced hard-cooked eggs. QUITO -- Phonograph records 'will be produced in Ecuador. stalks. There was only one purpose for which this could be used, but we loved the sassafras tea which our mother would make for us by heating the" stalks in milk and then straining it. When we made candy bonbons at Christmas time, we might use sassafras flavoring instead of wintergrcen or peppermint for part of the batch. Sometimes we which we were occasionally al lowed to make after school or on a rainy day. Several teen-agers have askec for a simple recipe for brittle Perhaps candy making at home is coming back into fashion — a good project for that rainy day. Nut Brittle 3 cups sugar \'s teaspoon salt 2 cups chopped nut meats 2 tablespoons butter Mix 2 cups sugar and the salt in heavy frying pan, and stir constantly over high heat until the pulled of it into taffy sugar lumps, stir until the Lower heat, sugar melts. and Add remaining sugar and nut meats, stirring constantly until sugar dissolves. Add butter, and pour into greased baking sheet. Spread OUR FOOD PRICES ARE LOWER S Whole Fresh Dressed— U. S. Inspected 9TH and /V^ALBY Alton's finest OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 Ideal tor Bar-B-Cues Pork Spare- -B-Q Sauce . . Pennant THICK SLICED I Ground Chuck . . i 69c Wieners .... 2 ^ 89c OLEO Food King 2 - 29' WISHBONE ITALIAN Dressing COFFEE KLEENEX PAPER Save 8 Oz. 4c Btl. Folger's 6 Oz. Instant 35* 69' CANNED GOODS nearly Yield: cold, about firmly thinly, and when mark in squares. Ha pounds. Thin Nut Brittle 1 cup brown sugar, packed 2 cups sugar 16 cup light corn syrup % cup water Vs teaspoon salt \'B teasoon baking soda !4 cup butter l',2 cups chopped nut meats Combine sugars, corn syrup, and water in saucepan and cook over low heat, stirring until the sugar is dissolved. Continue cooking with out stirring until the brit- lle stage (300 degrees F.) is reached. Remove from heat, add salt, soda, and butter and stir only enough to blend. Add nut neats and pour at once onto a greased baking shet or marble slab. Do not scrape saucepan. Smooth with a greased spatula. After about 30 seconds, take hold of the edge of candy and pull as thin as possible. Spring Chicken All Year By EDITH M. BARBER Spring chicken for dinner? It is seldom today that we find young chickens associated any more with spring than with any other season. They are no long er a seasonal meat as they are available throughout the whole year. Oven-Cooked Broilers Select broilers from 2 to 2Va pounds in weight. Have broilers split and cleaned. Rub outside generously with butter or bacon fat, and sprinkle outside and inside with salt and pepper. Place skin side up in baking pan. Bake in hot oven (500°F.) 15 to 20 minutes, until brown. Reduce heat to slow (325°F.) and continue cooking about 20 to 30 minutes, until tender. Baste occasionally with fat in pan. Allow "i to 1 pound per serving. In 1962 Danish farmers supplied 1,350,000 mink skins. Friday and Saturday Feafures ALOHA CAKE SPECIAL FEATURE . Orange chiffon cake nt Us hc«t! Loads of specially prepared butter crenm Icing with tousled coconut on the sides . . . white coconut on top with cnndled pineapple nnd cherries . . . n real taste treat. . . . $ 1.53 PLANTATION NUT RING ..A rich tasty coffee cake ring with a delicious filling, fondant Iced and topped with loads of crisp pecans. A real treat for every- *1 in oncl Try one you'll love It. V*'*" MRS. SEIBOLD'S Gel your barbecue bread from Selbold's, Garlic or Butter.n' Cheese. Just hent In the foil bags they come In. Ask about our Monday, Tuesday Wednesday specials! Heiil bargains every BAKE SHOP Washington Square Shopping tenter, On Main Street Side DIAL 402-2141 Wllshlrc Village Shopping Center. 148 li. i-'crguson Ave. Enst Alton, III. Wood Hlver. III. Dial CI, 4-2818 Olnl CL 4-0212 YOU CAN'T BUY FINER FRESHER COFFEE.... AT ANY PRICE! CIRCLE GflOUriO TO OAOER COFFEE one OF o,i>, fine COFFEES RED CIRCLE "••$159 Hot or Iced... En joy 60FFEE MILL & FLAVOR FRESH EGGS Sunnybrook Grade "A" MEDIUM Size dexo SHORTENING Pure Vegetable Reg. 65c Tin 59 CHEESE SLICES Mel-o-Bit 12-Oz. Amer. or Pirn. Pkg. 47c LONGHORN CHEESE Wise. Fancy Sliced or Piece .. TOWELS 2-39 5TILWELL CUT f>| Blue Bird Fresh QREEN BEANS . 0 CHERRY PIE A-G WHOLE KERNEL |% CORN 0 303 c - ****** Jane Parker 39 WHITE Uc. Si/.o HIGHLAND SIFTED PEAS . . 6 303 SI Cans M § $100 SEALTEST, Reg. 89c i/ 2 Gal, ICE o, CREAM N °- 2 $100 LIBBY'S £ No. 2 $4 PORK & BEANS 6 c °" I WELCHADE . . 3 BUTTERMILK MAKES THE DIFFERENCE!! Not just ordinary bread but made with Sweet Cream Buttermilk for a New Taste Treat! BANANAS LEMONS Old Judge m COFFEE 01 Miracle Whip 2 Tall Cans "> $129 Con I 9t. == A-G TWIN PAK Potato Chips 49' 39' r§ ALL POPULAR BRANDS ^ BREAD Reg. 2 43c 5 • 100 PELS NAPTHA I POWDER ....» ^ r 5 n••••••••••••••••• Ann Page Fine Foods (Reg. 3Oc each) *\.*,:te> * ANN PAGE mm ••• v % ;Good Housekeeping """""" * ANN PAGE REALLY FINE PAY ONLY nnaise °" 49 Tomato Ketchup Special Price S.1SM9*; A 1 I II A mr. yf * "*. ML OZ. wmf Grape Jam or Jelly 2i.45 Barbecue Sauce 29' ANN PAGE PWS Tea Bags Beans Ann Page Kidney or Sultana Pork & Beans Jumbc 53.01. Tin 56' 29° K All Prices Effective Thru June 29th Stores to Strve Youl 20 W. EdwardsvUle Rd., Wood River • Washington Square, Alton • 411 Pigsq, Alton

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