Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 22
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August 22, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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Potato Soup Cold Gets Fancy M. VlChyssoise — a fancy name for potato soup. Conlravy to the practice of serving most soups hot, we have come to expect yichyssois to be cold, a! though there is no reason it cannot be offered hot. Under the French title, it has become so popular that certain restaurants serve it as the first course even in cold weather. It is found most refreshing on a hot summer day. Apparently vichyssoise is an American invention although the title is French. No one seems to know who served It originally nor, why it was given this title. The only recipe in a French cook book that is labeled "vlchy" is one for carrots. Apparently these were popular at n famous Spa in Vichy, France, but we look in vain Tor the soup that in this country we like so well. VICIIYSSOISB 6 leeks % cup butter, 2 cups thinly sliced potatoes 4 cups chicken stock Salt Pepper 1 cup heavy cream Remove stem ends and green tops of leeJks, leaving about 2 Inches above the white portion, and slice. Melt butter in saucepan, add leeks, and saute 5 minutes. Add potatoes .and chicken stock, and cook over medium heat until potatoes are tender. Force leeks, potatoes, and liquid through a seive, and combine with cream. Season to taste with salt: and pepper. Reheat if to be served hot, and serve garnished with minced parsley. If to be served cold, chill. Yield: 6 servings. Variation The leeks may be replaced by the same number of scallions. (© 1963, General Features Corp.) Steep tea for about five minutes; it becomes bitter if it is steeped any great length of time. COOKS IN ONLY 7 MINUTES In Modern Day Elaborate Dessert Change of Pace By EJD1TH M. BAftBER With so much emphasis placed nowadays upon convenience foods and meals, it is refreshing once in a while to let ourselves H cup butter 2 cups confectioners' sugar •2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla '2 tablespoons vanilla wafer go in the kitchen and make an| crumbs elaborate dessert. ! Place chilled sour cream in All of the guests enjoyed)cold mixing bowl. Beat until lieartily one of this type recently I very fluffy (about 5 minutes). and naturally asked for the recipe. We were more impressed Continue to beat while gradually adding the Vi cup sugar. than ever when this was given I Mash or puree strawberries and to us. The next time you feel like spending a morning or so in the preparation of a dessert when you are having a group of guests you may like to have this in your files. Fresh raspberries might replace the strawberries if you find a basket of these in market. STKAWBKKKY FREEZE 1 cup sour cream Mi cup sugar 1 pint fresh strawberries ty cup vanilla wafer crumbs fold into sour cream mixture. Spread cup of crumbs on bottom of 8-inch square pan. Cover with strawberry mixture. Freeze until firm. Cream butter, gradually add sugar and beat till light and fulffy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add vanilla. Spread over strawberry layer and sprinkle top with 2 tablespoons of vanilla wafer crumbs. Cut dessert Into squares for serving and garnish with whole strawberries. Serves 9. Main Dish Potato Salad Not Cold One By EDITH M. DAKBER While salads are traditionally served crisp and cool, we make an exception when it comes to a main dish potato salad. Often we, serve this as an accompaniment to cold meat perhaps from Sunday's roast. A criticism that is sometimes heard in regard to its appearance is not unusual unless care is taken to add a note of color by combining the potatoes with a more colorful vegetable. This may be furnished by cooked green beans cut into half-inch pieces. The salad may be seasoned with minced or thinly sliced red or white onions. Preferably a hot dressing is poured over the vegetables which should be thoroughly mixed with it. HOT POTATO SALAD 4 medium potatoes % pound bacon 2 cups cooked green beans 1 medium onion chopped Salt Garlic salt Hot dressing (see below) Cool, peel and chop, potatoes, look bacon slowly until crisp, drain and reserve fat. In a casserole mix potatoes, bacon, cut. green beans, onion, salt and Friday & Saturday Features Aloha Cake $1.53 Special Feature Orange Chiffon cake at its best! Loads of specially prepared butter cream icing with Coasted coconut on the sides . . . white coconut on top with candied pineapple and cherries ... a real taste treat: Fruit Nut Stollen 79c Special Feature Delicious for breakfast or snack time . . . your family will love it ... sample before you buy! Have you fried SeiJbo/d's Specialty Breads? Cobblestone Bread ButterKrust Bread Vienna Bread Barbecue Bread Butter Scones Dinner Rolls MRS. SEIBOLD'S BAKE SHOP Washington Sciuure Shopping Center — AJCon, On Mufu Street Side DIAL 403-2141 Wllshire Village Shopping Center, liasl Alton, 111. Dial CL 4-2B48 148 E. Ferguson Ave., Wood Uiver, 111. Dial CL 4-9212 | garlic salt. Pour hot dressing j over salad. Place casserole in i moderate oven (350°) for Vj hour. (Sliced hard-cooked eggs may be added.) Serves 6. HOT DKESSDVG 4 tablespoons bacon fat 2 tablespoons garlic vinegar 2 tablespoons basil vinegar 1 teaspoon salt ',& teaspoon pepper % teaspoon dry mustard Mix together all ingredients and heat to boil. (© 1963, General Features Corp.) August Is Month of Vegetables By EDITH M. BAKBKK August is sometimes called the "lush" month as vegetables and fruits are so plentiful that they may be competing, with each other. We will take advantage of our favorites, among which will certainly be corn on the cob and tomatoes. While the latter are almost always to be found in the market, it is in August what we can buy them in quantities without hurting our pocket books, and usually by the basket rather than by the pound. Among fruits we will find: cantaloupes and certain berries featured in the market. Neither should be allowed to become overripe before they are refrigerated. (© 1963, General Features Corp.) FREE! FREE! BALL POINT PENS With $5.00 or more purchase. Limit one per customer. Excellent for School Use Available at Our Check Stands Each pen has a metal cap, retractable ball pen, large size, with side clip and plunger cover, with plastic refill, several gay colors. S m • • |B A M E on all "Top-Flight School Supplies in our stores CLIP THIS COUPON [ITIM AI"t*If TRl-ClTY Worth 20c Toward Purchase $1 or More TOP FLIGHT School Supplies, as You May Select Coupon Expires After Sat., Sept. 7. s 20c Filler "Top Flight Fines! quality, side or top punch, 8V] inch, ruled 300-CT. 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