Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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TWENTY-EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 Musht "00111 Something o For Free Ry EDITH HI. BARBRK Even Ihp most sophisticated of] us pot a sporuil kirk out of finding something for frep. We are ready to RO to all kinds of trouble to roach a spot whom wild her- riPs ran he pirkori. and WP certainly forl thr samp way about mushrooms. Some of those comp later in tho summer but morels are popping tip this year early in the season, at least in Michigan where any number of persons, according to the news, have been contesting against each other in the western part of the slate in regard to mimbtTs and size ol these ures. You may know morris better under the term "button" mushrooms. The caps are tender and meaty and the stems are usually discarded. This is the type of mushroom that is cultivated in caves or in dark "houses" where they are picked daily as soon as they spring up in order that their lovely white color will be preserved. Special Saiilced Mushrooms Take onr pound small fresh | mushrooms, cut stems one inch] from the caps, wash, drain, place in a bowl with salt and pepper oneclove of garlic chopped, foui tablespoons of olive oil, mix well, let stand one hour at room temperature, turning occasionally. Saute to a golden-brown, add one teaspoon of chopped parsley and one teaspoon of chopped parsley and 1 tablespoon lemon juice and mix well. Serve hot with toast. Baked Mushrooms With Cream 12 large mushrooms 1 teaspoon salt Pepper 6 tablespoons butler 1 cup heavy cream % teaspoon nutmeg 12 toast rounds Prepare mushrooms, leaving caps whole and chopping tender parts of stems. Place mushroom caps gill (bottom) side up in baking dish. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, and place a teaspoon of butter inside each cap. Cover and bake in moderately hot oven (425 degrees) for 20 minutes, until mushrooms are tender. Melt remaining 2 tablespoons of butter, add chopped stems, and cook 5 minutes. Add cream and nutmeg, and reheat. Place baked mushrooms on toast -rounds and pour sauce around them. Yield: 6 servings. (© 1963, General Features Corp.) Ice Cream Still Top Favorite By EDITH M. BARBER "I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream." When you were a child, did you greet ice cream when it was served as a dessert with that tribute which we considered very amusing? No one was concerned with its nutrient qualities. We greeted it with cheers when it appeared on the table on a birthday, or perhaps for a Sunday dinner. We al ways hoped for a generous serving as we were not encouraged to ask for second helping. Before the days of automatic refrigeration with freezing compartments, if ice cream was not homemade, a trip was taken just before dinner to purchase it by the quart (or by the 1 pint) from the ice cream parlor from which it would be brought home as quickly as possible in a paper bucket. Today we often keep a supply on hand and call upon it for an everyday dessert. It may have lost some of its glamour but it remains a general favorite. Vanilla heads the list with chocolate and perhaps coffee or caramel in second place. We often vary vanilla with a fruit, chocolate or butterscotch sauce. Chocolate Sauce 2 squares chocolate 1 cup water 2 cups sugar Dash of salt 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 2 tablespoons butter. Cut chocolate in pieces and stir over low heat with the water until smooth and thick. All sugar and salt, and stir until dissolved. Boil 3 minutes, add vanilla extract and butter. Serve hot wiih ice cream. Yield: 12 servings. Note: This sauce may be store:! in a covered jar in the refrigerator and reheated. Butterscotch Sauce '2 cups sugar 1 cup heavy cream Put half th$ sugar in small heavy frying pan and stir with a wooden spoon over low heat until melted. Add remaining sugar slowly and stir until mixture is smooth. Stir in cream very slowly. Stir constantly until smooth. Serve hot or cold svith ice cream. Yield: 12 servings. Note: This sauce may be stored in a covered jar in the refrieera- lor and re-heated. (O '8*>3, General Features Corp.) Thanksgiving Day falls on Oct. i!5 in the Virgin Islands. That's the day the hurricane ends. T A Cook-Out We Reserve th« Right To Limit QusntlHM * * * Start with one of these U.S.D.A. Choice Cuts of Beef. Put it on the grill or rotisserie. J us , cook It tatty unll It's tertder, juicy and temptmg. So, for a cook-out with flavor that's in, get on* of thes. beef cuts at the Food Store where you come as a neighbor, return as a Friend! ... Get Eagle Stamps, Too! NATIONA1 FOOD STORES U. S. Gov't. Graded Choice Trimmed The NaHonal "Value-Way" CHUCK 1st Cuts U. S. Govf. Graded Choice, Shoulder, Round Bon* SWISS STYLE STEAKS U. S. Govt. Graded Choice, Arm or Chuck, Boston Style, ROLLED BEEF ROAST .3KS, Fresh, Lean and Tender — Boston-Style Boneless ROLLED PORK ROAST 1st Cuts (2 to 3 Lb.) V 2 or Whole 5 to 10 Lb. MAYROSE PIECE BACON Lean and Meaty - Small 3 Lbs. and Down Swlft'i Premium Vacuum Cooked CANNED HAM can Swiff's Premium 12-o*. AA_ SKINLESS WIENERS p"*- 09C REDEEM THIS COUPON FOK 100 FREE EAGLE STAMPS With Purehnse of $7.50 or More Mcnts, Groceries or Produce (Excluding Tobaccos or Fresh Milk Products). Hedcemnble at your National Food Store. Offer Good Thru Sat.. June 29th. Limit One Coupon To a Family. USDA CHOICE Mayroje — By The Pise* SMOKED THURINCER fc> Fr*sh Golden MM) FISH STICKS National Leona-Jtyl* — By The •!•*• LARGE BOLOGNA 3 "£$100 Tep Tait«, Top Grade, AC — By Hit BRAUNSCHWEICER 39c 39c U. S. Gov't. Graded Choice, Fine For Grilling Lb. WESTON'S GEORGE INN Cookie Assortment 14-OZ. PKG. 29 REDEEM THIS COUPON FOR 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS WHEN YOU PURCHASE 2 Lbi. or Mor« o( Any National'* FRESH GROUND BEEF. Chuck or Round Redeemable at your nearby National Food Slor«. Offer expire! Saturday, June 29lh. 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS DAWN DEW" FRESH PRODUCE VALUES! Best Value, 45 Size. Vine Ripe CANTALOUPE Each Three Diamond SLICED PINEAPPLE Gulf Brand CHARCOAL STARTER Nalco STUFFED OLIVES SO FRESH PRETZEL STICKS 4 £2 $100 HEIFETZ L cans V«FC 59c 25c HAMBURGER DILLS QUART JAR 10-oz. ref. jar 12-oz. 29 SWEET PICKLES PICKLE RELISH Qt. Jar 49c ioiy Ufe LIQUID DETERGENT FRESHLIKE SWEET PEAS TASTY DEL MONTE CATSUP CHOCOLATE, WHITE or YELLOW JIFFY CAKE MIX •3-0*. 59c 5 ",'• 69c 2 «/. 29c FLORIDA PUNCH, GRAPE, ORANGE OR ORANGE-PINEAPPLE Hi-C Drink Peveley Ice Cream 3 46-OZ. CANS Gal. 89 C White Paper Plates 69° Barbecue Sauce 100 in PKG. 28-OZ. OPEN PIT BOTT. 79' 49' lilt* <ool, juicy CANTALOUPE? Here'i the finest and they're "Dawn-Dew" fresh! So cheery for breakfast, to refreshing for dessert. Enjoy the plump golden goodness of this flavorful CANTALOUPE . and get it at the Food Store where you come ai a neighbor, and return at a friendl DOUMAK MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS UVl-07.. MORTON'S CREAM PIES KOBEY A N0.2J AO SHOESTRING POTATOES £ oans OOC Chocolate • Lemon Cocoanut • Banana or Neopolitan Garden Fresh Red Beets bunch 10c Fresh Green Broccoli bunch 29c SO FRESH POTATO CHIPS pound twin 14-OZ. PKG. OLD VIENNA POTATO CHIPS SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES CHINET PLASTI-SIZED DINNER PLATES +*« CQj. |ra«k VVV ST 39c " ta 39c CRISP PASCAL CELERY CALIFORNIA ORANGES BESTVA " E HONEY DEW MELONS WATERMELONS •talk 163 SIZE doz> VINE RIPE 15c •ach Removes. Stnint COMET CLEANSER All lime Chomp for Clc-oning MR. CLEAN Miracle MARGARINE Miracle Corn Oil MARGARINE Colgale'i ACTION BLEACH Supreme NUT FUDGE DROPS RED RIPE ><& 33c "S!: 39c l£ 35c i£ 39c ^:39c £: 49c 59c 59' KRAFT'S SALAD DRESSING QUART JAR MIRACLE WHIP 7he Washday Miracle TIDE Givss A Deeper, Fresher Whitel BLUE CHEER Arneiira's Creates! Total Washday Value PREMIUM DUZ •afe, Low Sudi CONDENSED DASH for Automatic Diihwo4h*ra CASCADE One* Over, PVie-Frwh SPIC AND SPAN WITH COUPON Outstandingly Mild 2&. 61 c IMPROVED ZEST Has Special Scrubbing Action 2%,61c WHITE LAVA Softens As |t Washes ft 99c IVORY FLAKES With Safety-Glo ft 77c IVORY SNOW New G«rmas«ptlc ft. 45c DREFT l«t$ Hands Stay Soft — Young looking ES:31c IVORY LIQUID IN ALTON SHOP AT 504 DELMAR AVE. IN EAST ALTON AT EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER You Get A Lot More Soap for Your Money 2 K 41 c IVORY SOAP 2 te 33c Mild Enough For Baby's Skin 2 £•• 25c I VORY SOAP 3 M £ 29c It Floats PERSONAL IVORY 4&27c For A Softer, lovelitr Complexion CAMAY 2SS2U Blended With Ri«h O«ntl» Cold Cr«am CAMAY 2^,29c Feel Really Clean and Rslreshed IMPROVED ZEST IN WOOD RIVER 337 E. FERGUSON AVE.

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