Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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TmmflDAV, JUMTil, Chocolate Is Favorite : j'. . * - - ^ , . Cake, Cookie Flavoring ft)- BWTtt At, BAttfcEtt Cho'tttlate is t>K>bftbly Ihe favorite flavoring for cakes and cookies. No one can resist a luscious chocolate cake well named Devil's Food or Fudge Cake by dieters. A favorite after-school diversion for teen-agers once was making candy, particularly fudge which is still popular, but the making of which, if undertaken by the young people, should be Candy Best Eaten as A Dessert By EDITH M. BARBER "All foods provide calorie Which furnish heat and energy to the body." This is the excuse that many use for overeating or for just eating too much candy. Actually the truth is that we eat candy because we like it. There is nothing the matter with that unless we eat so much in bf* tween meals that we take away our appetite for other foods. There is an old saying that there is a place for everything and this is undoubtedly true. The best place for candy is to eat i to replace a dessert after meals Although there have been ef forts made to show that there are other ingredients besides sug ar in most confections, these are small in quantity and their con tribution to nutrition is small. BUTTER CRUNCH J A cup blanched almonds % cup butter 1 cup sugar % cup water 1 tablespoon corn syrup Arrange almonds on baking sheet and bake in slow oven (325 degrees) about 10 minutes until brown. Chop, and shake in a sieve into a bowl. Place chopped nuts in greased 8 x 8-inch pan reserving sieved nut meats for sprinkling over top of crunch. Melt butter in heavy saucepan, add sugar, and stir over 1 o w heat until sugar is dissolved. Add water and corn syrup, and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, until the brittle stage (300 degrees) is reached. Remove from heat and pour over nut meats at once. Mark in squares when almost cool and sprinkle with sievec nut meats. Yield: about 24 squares. QUICK FUDGE 4 squares chocolate 2 tablespoons butter % teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 pound sifted confectioners sugar % cup milk Melt chocolate and butter ovei hot water. Stir in salt and vanilla extract. Stir in sugar alternately with the milk, keeping pan over hot water. Remove from hot wa ter as soon as the mixture is we) blended, and pour into greased ' x 7-inch pan. Cool before cutting in squares. Yield: 1% pounds. stif>etvised by mother. Without j Her help It is tricky to judge when, t is ready to be stirred, as it; must be. Otherwise it may be grainy and will not come up to the standards of good fudge. If undercookcd, it will resist even the most vigor ous beating. If coconut or nuts are to bcj added, they should be stirred into] the mixture. This should be done; just before the fudge is ready to put into the pan. PUDGE FROSTING 3 cups sugar 3 tablespoons light corn syrup Dash of salt 1 cup milk 4 squares unsweetened choco-1 late ] /& cup butter 1 teaspoon vanilla j Place sugar, corn syrup, salt, milk, and chocolate in a large saucepan. Cook and stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Cook, stirring occasionally, until a little mixture forms a very soft ball in cold water — or to a temperature of 232 degrees to 234 degrees. Add butler and vanilla; cool until bottom of pan feels lukewarm. Beat until frosting is creamy and just begins to hold shape. Spread quickly on cake. Makes 3 cups, or enough for tops and sides of three 9-inch layers. Note: If frosting becomes too stiff to spread easily, beat in a little warm milk or hot water — about 2 teaspoons. FEAST CHOCOLATE FROSTING 4 squares unsweetened chocolate % cup butter or margarine 1 pound sifted confectioners' sugar Vs teaspoon salt Vs. cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla Melt chocolate and butter over hot water. Combine sugar, sail, milk and vanilla; blend. Stir in chocolate mixture. Let stand, stirring occasionally, until thick enough to spread. If necessary, place bowl in ice and water to hasten thickening. Makes 2% cups frosting, or enough for tops and sides of two 8- or 9-inch layers. Pancakes Good For Satisfying Breakfasts In today's vigorous, forward- moving world, who has time for a good, hearty breakfast And who of the cup-of-coffee- rush-to-the-bus set doesn't drool at the thought of fluffy, old-fashioned golden - brown pancakes drenched in butter and served with sunny maple syrup, fresh- from-the-hive honey or 1 any number of other taste-treating sauces and preparations — especially around eleven o'clock on t h work-a-day morning! At last, for all breakfast-lovers of days past — Good News! Those very same pancakes have made the lucheon scene — in the best shape ever! — Flanked with steaming hot sausage or crispy bacon — take your choice! 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'" 49c U.S. No. 1 . „.. _-, NEW RED POTATOES . . 10 49c FRESH HOME GROWN TOMATOES 25 Lb. Tom-Boy and SEE! V. S. Government Graded Choice Beef with Flavor Plus! UNO STEAK ... 69 C Boneless ROUND STEAK - 79* SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE or CLUB STEAKS» 99' CHATEAUBRIAND Freezer Beef Sale SIDES 325 Lb. Avq. u 53° 1 HINDQUARTERS ^,-L 63" ROUNDS MU'.•«.'. "> 59c on DM wm l»unn SAUC P«fl«S Wlth rBrt * Siiuc< Mixed Veg. Fordhook L (With Ch Birds Eye Frozen I BUTTER Cream 8-oz. j Pkg. Onion 8-oz. Sauce, PkB. eese Sauce) 29 C 39 C 29 C Peas Peas Corn Foods With Pearl Onions — With Celery — & Peas p (With Tomnt 10-oz. Pkg. 10-oz. Pkg. 10-oz. Pkg. oes) 290 29"; 29 C 29 C SIRLOIN TIP STEAK - 99' BONELESS RUMP ROAST - 95' SIRLOIN TIP ROAST - 95' BONELESS POT ROAST -79' Bright and Tender BEEF LIVER -59 1 Melt In Your Mouth Flavor HHIJI WAFER HAM SLCED Half , Pound 59' Tom-Boy U. S. Gov't Graded "AA"EGGS 2-75 Forbes GROUND BLACK PEPPER 4 OZ. PKG. 3 9 C *f GROUND NUTMEG 1-1- OZ. 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Limit J Coupon Per Family , forthe'BudgetWise" 1- GOLD MEDAL BRAND FLOUR With Coupon 5 LB, BAG 2- TOP QUALITY SLICED CHEESE AMERICAN OR PIMENTO - 49 c TOM-BOY HIGHLY UNSATURATED SHORTENING . . 3 LB, CAN 59 c FLAV-R-PAC FROZEN HALVES-NORTHWEST MARSHALL STRAWBERRIES... 5 S 1

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