Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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ItttmSBAY, JULY 18, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Try Snowy Brownies For Treat By CECILY ftttCNVNstONtO Af Nmvafwitiii-M outijoott swften Enjoy cakellke, moist brownies With chocolnley flavor? Here's ydUf recipe! Cheeseburgers on Toasted Buns French Pried Potatoes with Chill Sauce Salad Bowl Watermelon Snowy Brownies SNOWY 2 squares (2 ounces) unsweetened chocolate % cup butter or margarine 2 eggs % cup sugar U cup dark corn syrup % cup sifted flour Mt cup coarsely chopped wal nuts Confectioners sugar In a heavy medium-sized saucepan over very low heal melt the chocolate and butter; remove from heat; mixture should bo warm, not hc-t. Add eggs, sugar and corn syrup; beat with a rotary beater (hand or electric) until combined. Turn into a buttered baking pan (11 by 7 by 2 inches); bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven 20 minutes or until lop Is set. Place on wire rack until cool; cul inlo squares or bars; remove carefully with a spatula. Store in tightly covered container. Jusl before serving, roll in confectioners sugar. Vegetable Medley Good For Youngsters By EDITH M. BARBKK What kind of vegetables do teen-agers like? Boys may declare they scorn all of them. Girls may feel the same way but are more likely to enjoy them especially if they consider them "reducing." Both sexes prefer large rather than small bits. They seem more appetizing to them and some adults share their preferences. Whether vegetables are to be cooked or served in raw form in salads, seasoning is highly important. Not only salt and pepper, but an herb or two or a spicy French dressing for marinating will make the dish more flavorful, whether it is served hot or cold. Just be sure that you do not overdo the use of herbs. No one should be identified particularly. A blend of several is more desirable. Cooked Vegetable Medley 3 medium potatoes 4 medium carrots 2 medium onions I large bell pepper 4 stalks celery I'/a teaspoons salt 14 teaspoon pepper % teaspoon basil % cup water Peel and slice vegetables into attractive shapes. Arrange in layers in an oiled casserole. Add remaining ingredients and bake, covered, at 350° for 45 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Makes 6 servings. Salad Vegetable Medley Use above ingredients. Cook potatoes, peel skins and slice. Omit water. Arrange on a salad platter and marinate with French dressing. Chill in refrigerator before serving. ('© 1083, General Features Corp.) CreoleSlirimp Salad Style of New Orleans By CECILY BROWNSTONE AP News Features The dressing for this salad is patterned after a popular New Orleans recipe. Jellied Madrilene Caraway Crackers Creole Shrimp Salad Rolls Fresh Fruit Beverage CREOLE SHRIMP SALAD \V'i pounds medium-size shirmp (cooked, shelled and deveined) % cup salad oil 2 tablespoons garlic-flavored wine vinegar % teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons prepared mustard (preferably Dijon-type) 1 cup finely diced celery % cupfinely diced (4 small) scalHons with green lops included U cup minced parsley Lettuce and tomatoes Cucumbers or radishes Slice shrimp in half lengthwise. With a fovk beat togelher thor. oughly the oil, vinegar, salt, pa rika, and mustard; mix In celery, scallions and parsley. Arrange lettuce, torooto and cucumber or radishes on a serving plate with shrimp in center; pour sauce over Bhrtrop. Makes 6 servings. Note: Sauce may be made ahead, covered lightly, and re- Wgeraled hour or longer to blend flavors. By CECILY AP These chops are given a marinade that's popular In Hawaii. "Kitchen reminder: you can substitute a tablespoon of Itv stunt minced onion for a quarter cup of chopped OF rolnced, raw Marinade for Chops Is Popular in Hawaii tcri.VAkl fotit Chops pork chops, % Inch thick 4W teaspoons stigftr. 1 teaspoon minced crystallized ginger from around chops. Tn n shallow dish mix togelher the soy sauce, sugar, ginger, and gnrlin. Spoon OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. Complete Your 1 small clove garlic, crushed 2 tablespoons soy sauce Trim all but % inch of fat {marinade over chops and allow|on one side: brush with mari-;er. Allow about 25 minutes total to stand in it about 1 hour, jnado; turn to broil other side, broiling time; cul a slit near Place chops on a rack in broiler Brush with remaining marinade j the bone to make sure meat is pan. Broil slowly until brown I Just before removing from broil- j white through. Makes 4 servings. Note: Use ft .Tapattese-ljlW! soy sauce for strongest flavor. ttln» ginger In hot water to ftotUri b«- tore mincing. By popular request our Porcelain China Promotion has been extended . , . in China Offer Ends Sato July 20th Due to an overwhelming demand by otir customers, we arc extending the PORCELAIN CHINA DIN- NBRWARB Promotion, while supplies last. Cash in on the EXTRA TOP VALUE STAftfPS and use, the coupon below for a 50c savings on any unit of Porcelain China, but HURRY, supplies are limited. 100 500 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchase of any Porcelain China Unit (No, I thru 10) NO COUPON NECESSARY OR EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchase of any 3 units of Porcelain China (No, I thru 10) NO COUPON NECESSARY VALUABLE 50° Off with this coupon on ptirchaM «t any one unit of Porcelain China Dinnerware Coupon uptrei Satimlnj Nlthl, Jlllr SO. 18BJI. 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