Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1963 Something New to Barbecue By f'Vri.F, FRANK KOBLER 'New Y"tk City (Chief SMIIeteer) ' Betty Jane's Halibut S'!«ak« with Barbecue Heat '2 tablespoons s-'i SnuT. Want somethint; new for ;l small snucnpan nrvl <-; ( .,ju 1 your b.-ub'-euc" Tred of steaks. . chnppod medium si?r '.nu>n un- rihs and hamburgTS? Try this. 'M just tender, stir in 1 Ua^jxion Tbf^e firm fish steaks are ideal salt; ' z teaspoon m<>n<>>-odjun! for broilinj; — they hold their Klutamate powder: '-j tf.'ispwn A: pepper: 1 cup vegetable juice Jrr>sh cocktail; ]> 2 teaspoons flour; 2 . t?il>|pspoons chili saiifp; 1 tea sfxxm ''hiJi pou-der; 1 fablpspwi | su^ar: 1 tablespoon Worcester. ' shire; 1 teas|xx>n eider vinf-uai (and a dash of Tabasco. Stir well (haw it 1 and let simmer .'i minute-; S<T\-< • - H-<\ IP absolutely made for Fiv Cup Salad is another; |i«.>i' handsome use for soured cream,i rtirrierl Italian Bran* and it also makes a fine dessert.: \\ <• like th r fro7r>n Italian preen -j-| ixans. and here is a great way to , Child's Birthday Party Worth It Bv ALICE DEVOFF , onlv to find that the children were, Sed gumdrop ring and Insert it ''arms" and place ««*jrt«* .... 1 . I :_ „ 4«11:«J m ,.vu-1r.nn "Hnff" linOTV! !tl CBttdV STaVCl . No matter how much time and effort is entailed, a child's birth day party is worth every bit of it and more. Anticipated for weeks ant) talked .ibmit for weeks unmistakably hored. What t h e small fry want is something to do, and to enjoy at their Own level. Make Table l/ook Snappy No matter the type of party, shapr and turn easily. For ] pound halibut steaks, or froz'-n .Inii-r fil 1 If rn'in V/. cup salad oil Vt tf-as[KK>n pcpfKT Vj teasp'Kin onion salt II halibut is frozen, si rvr them f'or ^ to 8: .. jiackair ft 'ft "iinces eachi fi'i/en green beans, thawed 'i cup butter 1 teHs|KKm salt 'v lcas|cc)n pepper 1 cup soured cream, heated 1 t<; ( ^po<in curry powder 'or to taste i Put 2 tablespoons water WOULD OF PERETZ NF.W YORK &— A drama afterwards, such events provide! the tablr is always the renter of .,ased upon thp M books written thr memories that sweeten adult'attraction for your guests. And is one of tlir favorite recipes ^ y r «. aar IjOp|l pr>rp.\t will he Iifp an ^ afifi immeasurably to the j just about the most intriguing ta- Virpil Worthlny. ChicnKo produced off-Broadway with Zveei wonderful reminiscences of care|ble is one set with rlever, unus- n.-iilv Nfws Chapter. .lust com Scooler, veteran of the Yiddish j frw> e:ir l v years. bine 1 nip wh of the followinc: Art Theater, in the role of fiu-j K(>( '1> tt Simple Mp.rshmallows (we user! Ihe.thor. folk tales, sketches and! It is not necessary to spend unflfivorrr! miniature ones): pine' poems have been assembled for,'" 1 '"t of money to have a success- applc tidbils: soured crram: flak- the presentation by Isiah Sheffer. ful party. We've heard complaints jed coconut and mandarin oranc'" Several seasons ago a similar by mothers who have provided m either .-it room temperature or inj w;irm w 'lh " 1(l ' Is ' ] - '''hi* makes the rnfnprralor. Place Ihr steaks I 1 * ''iips of sancr>. in a refrigerator dish. Combine; We sr>r\T poialo chips h'T(>. am) rt-mainin^ items and pour ovnrjWILTKD CUCL'MRKHS. J 1 r n | thr fish. Cover and marinate and thin - slice the rueumhers about \ hours, turninc from time. Arrange them in layers in a bow! to time. I and sprinkle each layer penerous Cook on a well - greased griddk-jly with wilt and, if desired, a lit over low, plowing coals. Allow;tie shredded fresh or dried pars about 10 minutes per side, brush ! ley. Refrigerate about .'•) hours. inp frequently with the marinade.! Drain off all possible liquid am! The fish should be completely• taste them. Additional salt may white and flake easily when serv- j be lossed with them, or a little ed. WitJi this. Miss McCabe of French dressing. Serve them cold s.-ctions. Toss well and refriper-jshow derived from the stories of souvenirs for their small guests, ale overnight to blend the flavors, another Yiddish writer was suc- \V'e sometimes add a few chopped ecs.-ffully presented under the maraschino cherries for added title "The ;,uc f pan having a ti^ht • fitting; color. For Die barbecue, we like; Aleirhem." ov> i. and add beans and next 3,| n p; ,t t| K . W ilad in individual' CUT- Cover liphtly and let stand (paper cups and ehill before serv vcr medium heat until they jnp. .steam, then rerlur-e heat and let i send your favorite recipe and Among mail received by Sheriff; (hem sie;irn gently about 5 to h^ ; , stamped self • addressed enve- ,Tim Davis in this historic W'est-j^l minutes. Don't let them burn, Nope t 0 this newspaper and be- Prn town was one from Sweden™ i and don't cook | mushy. \Ve lik( the crisp side. ual favors that are edible. Mother can easily create such and enjoy the job to boot. For instance, let each child have a small Individual birthday candle at his place setting. Circle each candle with a jell- in a jellied gumdrop "ring" base. Place the candle atop a small chocolate bar. No need to light it (A all. The gtirridro-ps and the chocolate bar will take care of things. Tirts LWP "l/olllpots" Or, for the centers-table dec oration, try a simply made, but effective "Lollipot". Cover a flower pot with colored aluminum foil. Ml! with a multicolored bridge candy assortment to simulate pebbles; twist pipe cleaners aroutid the sticks of dlf lollipops in candy "gravel A candy bar choo-choo makes a child-delighting also dessert centerpiece for the party table. Toothpick nut-filled candy bars together (1 for each child). Use large peppermint stick for the smokestack and toothpick Jellied trumdrop rings for wheels. When It's time for dessert, each chit'd gets a bar and the choo-choo happily disappears. ~GENEVA — The International Labor Office In Switzerland has asked for an Inquiry into work- ferent colored lollipops to form I ing conditions in English banks. World of Sholem Swedish Fan PODGE CITY, Kan. fAP) until them Prn town was one from ; , life member of the Skillet anr l address to "Wyatt Earp, a member- Sheriff's office, Dodge City, they are irony really on Club. We'll send you a member- Sheriff's ,ship card to prove it. Kan." Warm the soured cream, blend' '^ lm General _£ ea . t . ur . c ?..5 orp _ L i At last report, Davis was look- in curry powder to taste, then add: PORT-OF-SPAIN—Workers inline for an interpreter to translate to the beans and toss until all an: 1 the Trinidad oil fields are report-j the letter, which was written in jwell coated. Serve hoi. p d ready to start a strike. I Swedish. CHECK - COMPARE OUR LOW NO STAMP PRICES ROUND Colonial brings you the Swiss 1 Steak . . M^^VfeM*'^'* * H ' ' " "' FOOD u>. Polish SaUSage . Lh 39C f 9TM ?nd WALBV^AIton'sfincst • GROUND 0 I BEEF . . a Lbs. $ 1 lilWHEQE ALTON SHOPS FOR QUALITY FOODS Lit END LABEL Just pull the end label and the first slice is there at your fingertips. 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