Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
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Is of Ae . Outdoor cookery has ebtne W age! done are the days tohen a meal to the opeii felled oft the ffeslf ftli 1 for Its good flavot. SAndKViches and soda pop have given way to full * scale feasts. And the outdoor diet has be- coihe quite a contioiss&tr o.t the light seasonings to twit Simple food into something delicious. Hers art* some al fresco recipes. Lamb Kebabs With Soy Sauce 4 tsp. fresh lemon juice 2 tbsp. salad oil U tsp. each black pepper and celery salt % tsp. onion 'salt % tsp. garlic salt V& Ibs. lamb, cut into 1 -in. cubes. Small whole mushrooms Green pepper wedges Tomato wedges 6 Frankfurter rolls, split and toasted Combine first 6 ingredients in saucepan. Meat to boiling point. Add lamb and mix well. Refrigerate for several hours, turning meat occasionally in marinade. When ready to cook, siring lamb on skewers, alternating With mushrooms and green pepper wedges. Grill over a char coal fire, 15 to 20 min., or lint done, basting with marinade le In bowl and turning kebabs frequently. When haif done, add tomat wedges to skewers. Serve hot in the rolls. Grilled Fish Steaks Place fish steaks (swordtish salmon or halibut) cut Va to ?4 in thick over a greased grill. Baste with warm salt wate (2 tsp. salt, 1 tsp. onion salt and % tsp. garlic salt to 1 c. warm water) at 3 to 4 min. intervals or as often as fish looks dry. Cook until fish is flaky when tested with a fork, about 20 min. turning frequently. Then turn and brush with barbecue sauce at 3 to 4 min. intervals or until fish is nicely browned. Barbecue Sauce % c. cider vinegar % c. water £•• % c. fresh lemon juice 2 tbsp. catsup 1 tbsp. salad oil % tsp. cayenne pepper % tsp. onion salt % tsp. garlic salt Combine ingredients in saucepan; heat to boiling point. If desired, pass additional sauce in a cruet or pitcher when serving. Makes 1 c. sauce. Grilled Garlic Steaks % tsp. garlic salt % tsp. ground ginger 2 Ibs. sirloin steak Combine garlic salt and ginger. Rub into both sides of the steak. Grill over hot charcoal fire, turning to cook both sides. Serves 4 with simply sensational steak. Summer Luncheons Usually Easy By EDITH M. BARBER Summer luncheons are usually simple. Often there is no set rule for these as members of the family may be engaged in varied activities. They seldom gather around the dining room table. Sometimes sandwiches are made up after breakfast, wrapped and put in the refrigerator to be taken out as hunger calls. With them there may be hot coffee or tea or a cold drink. Instead of the beverage, a hot or cold soup may be chosen. It is well to have the fruit bowl ready to serve as dessert. Both the cook and the rest of the family will enjoy this type of luncheon plan. The cook, who is probably mother, may like to take her lunch out of doors to the garden, if there is one, and will feel as if she is vacationing. Hot Cheese Sandu-iches Toast slices of bread on one side. Butter untoasted side and arrange slices of American cheese on butter. Spread lightly wtili prepared mustard if desired and sprinkle with paprika. Place slices of sweet onion and minced un cooked bacon over cheese. Ar range sandwiches on broiler rack toasted side down, and broil un der medium heat about 5 min utes, until bacon is crisp and cheese starts to brown. ClUckon and Pineapple Sandwich Trim crusts from buttered bread and put two slices on each plate On one slice, place lettuce anc blice of chicken, sweet pickle sliced stuffed olives, and 1 tea spoon mayonnaise. Mix equa parts shredded cabbage and dicec or crushed pineapple with chopper pimiento and mayonnaise, anc pile lightly on other piece oi bread. Garnish with slices o hard-cooked egg or tomato anc water cress. (C 1063. 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