Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 23, 1972
Page 22
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C-2 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, AUR. 23, 1972 Serve papaya drop biscuits Any day's breakfast in Hawaii is like an exotic wedding feast' for most, mainlanders. Fresh papayas, mangoes, pineapple, sweet little bananas, guava juice . . . all the tropical fruit marvels we pass up in our markets here with a wistful "Maybe if I gave a party. , ." We pass them up because they are relatively recent additions to our produce departments, new since the Jet Age has enabled Hawaiian growers to ship their highly perishable fruits to all the other 49 states. We should be learning to take them a little more for.granted, and enjoy .their tropical goodness all year round, when our seasonal fruits are nowhere in sight. Hawaiian papayas are the ideal breakfast fruit on any island, any continent. One half of one bright, ripe papaya provides almost 90 per cent of an adult's minimum daily requirement of vitamin A, and four times the vitamin C required. And only 78 calories. They are as simple to serve as cantaloupe. Cut a papaya in half, scoop out the little 'black seeds. Add a squeeze of lime and they're perfect. Papayas an: divine an nature!, all righf, hut if ||, e mood strikes you lo Gel Fancy, you can turn out super papaya biscuits, or papaya shortcake, even, in a minute. And with all those vital vitamins (plus a good deal of potassium) in papayas, you know you are giving your family the most nourishing ~- not to mention spectacular! — breakfast. PAPAYA HKKAKKAST HISCl ITS 3 1 .; cups biscuit mix 2 tablespoons granulated sugar : 'i cup milk 2 Hawaiian papayas, peeled, seeded and finely chopped 1 tablespoon lemon rind 1 tablespoon lime rind Preheat oven lo -I'ld degrees. Combine biscuit mix, sugar and milk in a large mixing bowl. Add papaya, lemon and lime rinds and mix until thoroughly blended. Drop by spoonfuls onto greased cookie sheet. Bake in preheated oven for 15 to 18 minutes. Serve warm or at room temperature. Makes about 2 do/.en biscuits. PAPAYAHKKAKKAST SHOKTCAKKS 2 1-3 cups biscuit mix :i tablespoons granulated sugar 1 1 cup butler, melted and cooled '- cup light cream 2 Hawaiian papayas, peeled. sliced into rings and seeded '.-• cup heavy cream, whipped Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Combine biscuit mix, sugar, butler and lighl cream in a large mixing bowl. Mix all ingredients with a fork lo make a soft dough. Knead dough for one minute on a floured board. Roll out dough to :l i inch thick. Cul inlo four large circles, about r> inches in diameter. Place on ungreasecl cookie slice! and bake for 15 (o HO minules. Split shortcakes in halt and place papaya rings in each. Top each shortcake with an additional slice of papaya and whipped cream. Serve immediately. Makes 4 servings. A Message of Importance to Shoppers What Is The Difference Between Brand? The Only Difference Between Th Brand The Is The Label We hove been serving the Si. Louis market for over 50 years. We have grown consibiently with St. Louis WE WOULD NOT HAVE GROWN IF WE HAD NOT PUT OUR CUSTOMER S WELFARE FIRST. It is important that our customers kno>.. that m changing from the AG label to the Shurfme label ONLY 1HE LABEL WILL CHANGE. The SHURFINE BRAND is the same quality, the same puce, the SAME PRODUCT you have been buying under the AG label. IS NOW CMS Mix or Match BUSH n i Cut Green Beans , ~ , Bush KIDNEY, RED. NAVY OR GREAT NORTHERN Beans WHITE OR GOLDEN Hominy 10'/ 2 -OZ. CAN Kraut SHOWBOAT WHOLE Potatoes OR SHOWBOAT «*yv^3 CHEER AWAKE CREMORA AMERICAN "It's an Apple For The Teacher Time at..." COUPON SAVE 72c - NIAGARA SPRAY COUPON SAVE 44c-GALA "THE STORES WITH DIFFERENT IDEAS!" oROCERY PRICES GOOD THPU MONDAY. AUf~, JSlh AND PRODUCF .THRU SAT.. AUG. 26ih-RlGHI TO LIMIT Birds Eye ^Tro:F n MIX OR MATCH DRESSINGS COUPON SAVE 27e-UNO CHICKEN OR DEVILED HAM GOLDEN OR GREEN GODDESS OR CAESAR PANCAKES SPREADS PEPPERIDGE FARM FROZEN CAKES COCONUT. CHOCO1ATE. FUDGE, GOLDEN, DEVIIS OR VANILLA Your Choice 17-Oz. Pkt). FLAV R PAC LEMONADE ....4«89' BIRDS EYt BROCCOLI SPRS .2", 59' till STEW • CHICKEN -N DUMPLINGS SALISBUHY STEAK • VEAl PARMAGEAN AND SLICED TURKEY FILL YOUR FREEZER FOR LABOR DAY ^ PORK 7Qc Scope > CUTLETS. ... LB/Sr '1.59 VALUE / ROPETYIES Oft'! PORK SAUSAGE. . L, 79° O ^T / TOM-BOY/SLICED ) BACON. ( Shampoo VALUE-HEAD AND SHOULDERS IOTION '1.49 i.s.D.t. GRADED "AA"STICK ToimBoy Butter LIMIT ONE BES PAK BRAND TRASH BAGS EASY MONDAY FABRIC SOFT'NER FRESH DOMOWY QGOREK, KOSHER OR DILL HEIFETZ PICKLES ..... ,L IN THE ICE CREAM FREEZER-NORTHSTAR WNIITIIMIK.IU _ I I!" I! BLUE BONNET MARGARINE . 3 IK 'F FUDGE BARS. . .it SLICED'SWISS CHEESE. . . 6;, 49° PORK STEAKS LEAN/MEATY 1-POUND PACKAGE 79 IN PKG. PiiSBUu CINNAMON ROLLS ...... ^29° BREAD IN THE DAIRY CASE-TOM BOY CHILLED ORANGE JUICE. . . .ft 79° SJSSi , n StRVt WITH YOUR FAVORITt FRUIT A _ uKUWN II PEVELY COTTAGE CHEESE. . .» 35 C S[RVES LARGE 300 SHEET PACKAGES TOM-BOY 'AA' MEDIUM .,, s l 19 u 79* 99* DOZ. 1 WAFER SUCED/UB. OR MORE BOILED HAM. HYGRADE/COOKED SALAMI ..... u HUNTER CHILI ...... iSi HYGRADE/AC. Braunschweiger. LB . 55 C TURBOT FILLETS HONEYSUCKLE WHITE MEAT TURKEY ROAST 28 OUNCE $O69 ROAST JL - Mfc-iT, T///; T///A^ rf;oo BEST AT TOM-BOY j**™**^^ :•:: I'resit Fruits and ~ I THOMPSON SEEDLESS WHITE PKG. REESE PEANUT BUTTER I HERSHEYBARS 2 w !!«69 e l SUNSHINE COOKIES x iivnpnv ao-oz. frc* n I UHUA BAG 3D :•: TIDY KOME-50 IN PKG + LUNCH BAGS 2««.39 C I LUNCH BOX TREATS x CRACKER JACKS 12^ M 1 FOR SANDWICHES. 150 IN PX£. t .BAGI5..................................A A ^.^,«G,49*| ^^ ^^^^ 3,99° CALIFORNIA/WEST SIDE HONEYDEW MELONS EA. SUNKIST/CALIFORNIA ORANGES 79< DOZ. CiMitiol & PICK I Al lOII. 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