Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 23, 1972
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(MOAlton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Attg. 23, lf>72 Practically laborless, but Mein deck chow for Barbecue can give burgers fine for friends sailors you change of pace O t/ «/ 47 Farewell (> ye "landlubbers!" B y JOAN O'SULLIVAN pimiento-stuffed olive slices, saffron, butter and water in Double deckers A Labor Day least to share—easy-to-t'ix Double Decker Durangos, an exciting burgers and beans concoction with south of the border flavor. FROM One jar of Beech-Nut Strained Baby Food To introduce you to Beech-Nut's fine line of baby foods, we are making a special offer of one free jar of Beech-Nut Strained Food. Clip the free coupon below and take it to your TOM*BOY Store. We know your baby will like our delicious variety of Beech-Nut Strained Foods, and nutritious, good tasting Beech-Nut Cereals, too. FREE STORE COUPON FREE ul p.'C-J.ul', ritjn&eJ d''.3 « •'• <iii, d.-UX)i,jeJ L, u .'. ., v id ,srn;ft- p'uii' O^r, ..«n, .1. USA FREE 1 Free jar of any Beech-Nut Strained Food (vegetables, dinners, fruits and desserts). FREE Fine fare for long summer weekend A long suttimer weekend, sunny weathei 1 and good food sizzling on the grill — these are pleasures meant to be shared. But «asy does it on this holiday, Labor Day is intended to be a respite for working men and women. So here's some new burger recipes to sei've a crowd and they couldn't be simpler or tastier. Double Decker Durangos are practically a meal-on-a- bun. The exciting ground beef and canned beans concoction is given real south of the border flavoi- with the addition of an envelope of chili seasoning mix. Layer the patties with a spoonful of beans and top with the ground beef for a hearty, firm textured burger. A baste of peppy prepared yellow mustard and catchup adds zest. Accompany either of the burgers with a relish tray of fresh vegetables — cucumber and carrot sticks, cauliflowerets, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms — along wi$ a bowl of Italian dressing for dripping, and for dessert, assorted cookies, fresh fruit and a pitcher of iced tea. DOUBLE DECKER DURANGOS 1 envelope (1 %-oz.) chili-o mix 2 pounds ground beef 1 can (1-lb.) pork and beans 1 can (6-oz.) tomato paste '/4 cup mayonnaise '4 cup water 8 to 10 hamburger rolls, toasted, if desired Green pepper rings, if desired PEPSI-COLA Measure 2 tablespoons chili- 0 mix right from the envelope; combine with ground beef, mixing well. Shape into 16 or 20 tiiin patties. Combine remaining chili-o mx, pork and beans, tomato paste, mayonnase, and water in saucepan. Cook over medium heat (or cook on edge of grill over hot coals), stirring occasionally, until hot and bubbling. Grill meat patties over hot coals for 3 to 4 minutes on each side. Place 1 meat pattie on bottom half of each roll; add a spoonful of bean mixture, another meat pattie, and another spoonful of bean mixture. Garnish with green pepper ring, if desired, and top with remaining half of roll. 8 to 10 servings. POTATO-BEEF BURGERS legg % cup water 1 envelope (4-sendngs) potato pancake mix 2 pounds ground beef 2 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard 2 tablespoons catchup 8 hamburger rolls Stir together in large mixing bowl egg, water, and contents of pancake mix envelope; let stand 10 minutes. Add ground beef; mix well. Shape into 8 patties. Combine mustard and catchup. Grill burgers over hot coals for 5 minutes; brush with mustard mixture. Turn, brush with remaining mustard mixture, and grill 5 minutes longer or until done. Serve on rolls. 8 servings. Farewell, ye "landlubbers!" The sea's a' calling! Whether you ride the waves of summer at dockside or on the briny blue, you know the magnetic charm of boating. Lazy, sun-drenched days just naturally soothe the spirit of vacation time sailors — most of them on leave from the pressures of a work-a-day world. One thing that can't be left behind, though, is the body's need for nourishment. Luckily, convenience foods abound in today's markets, preventing galley cooking from becoming just another mundane chore. What could be easier to whip together than Mein-Deck Chow? Begin by browning ground beef in a skillet, then stir in a can of condensed tomato soup, a package of beef noodle dinner, and a can of chowmein or chop suey vegetables Simmer ten minutes before serving to that ever-hungry crew. Or stick to the nautical theme with hearty Waterfront chowder. It's as simple to assemble as combining a can of condensed chicken gumbo soup with canned tuna and cream style corn. A "wife- preserver" if there ever was one! Seaworthy is the word for the dozens of condensed soups available for short-cut galley cooking. MEIN-DECK CHOW 1 pound ground beef 1 can (10 % ounces) condensed tomato soup 2 soup cans water 1 package (7 ounces) beef noodle dinner 1 can (16 ounces) Chinese, chop suey, or chow mein vegetables, drained In skillet, brown beef; stir to separate meat. Pour off fat. Stir in remaining ingredients; bring to boil. Cook over low heat 10 minutes or until noodles are tender; stir frequently. Makes about 6 cups. Everyone who enjoys cookouts has gone the steak and chops route. For a change of pace, try something different — a south-of-the- border barbecue. The main course is roast leg of lamb on a spit. Prepare it for the barbecue in a garlic- y marinade featuring diced vegetables, wine vinegar and olive oil. You can also roast the lamb in a slow oven — but be sure to baste it frequently with the marinade. LAMB BARBACOA 1 medium green pepper, diced 2 medium tomatoes, diced 1 medium onion, sliced % cup coarsely chopped parsley 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper % teaspoon each: marjoram, dry mustard. Tabasco 1 cup port wine 1 cup water i£ cup olive or salad oil 1 leg or shoulder of lamb, boned, rolled and tied In large shallow combine vegetables seasonings, vinegar, water and oil. Add lamb; cover'and chill 1 day, turning occasionally. Drain and reserve vegetables and marinade. Secure lamb on spit. Cook, in rotisserie or on outdoor grill 30 to 35 minutes per pound or until meat ther- m o m e t e r registers 175 degrees to 180 degrees (depending on desired degree of doneness). Or, place on rack in shallow pan and roast in slow (325 degrees) oven. Baste frequently with marinade. Serve with marinated vegetables. Serves 6 to 8. Rice is a great accompaniment for roast lamb. Chilled Gypsy Rice is tossed with saffron, peas, carrots, hard-cooked egg and pan, with pimiento-stuffed olive slices, then decorated with a border of lemon-flavored Brussel sprouts — and don't let the sprouts intimidate you. .The frozen kind are easy to use. They cook quickly and, for this recipe, are served flavored and chilled: GYPSY RICE 2 packages (10 ounces each) frozen Brussel sprouts J£ cup olive oil 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar 1 tablespoon each: lemon juice and peel 1 clove garlic, crashed 1 cup raw rice 1 teaspoon salt % bay leaf % teaspoon saffron stamens 1 tablespoon butter 2. cups cold water 1 package (10 ounces) frozen peas and carrots, cooked and drained V6 cup sliced pimiento- stuffed olives 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar Salt and pepper, to taste Cook Brussels sprouts according to package directions; drain, if necessary. Combine oil, 2 tablespoons vinegar, lemon juice and peel and garlic for marinade. Pour over Brussels sprouts ' and chill two hours. Combine rice, salt, bay leaf, WITH FREE GLASS C 16-Ox. Botl. & Deposit Limit 2 Ctns. NORTH STAR LOTTAPOPS.. Mc r79c ARMOUR Potted Meat 4 tVSe.'l Fresh Produce! Frcshway Delicious CARAMEL COATED APPLES Large Pascal Tender CELERY Firm, Green Fresh CABBAGE Large Itiillun PRUNE PLUMS Washington State BARTLETT PEARS California SEEDLESS GRAPES Golden nantiim CORN 5 Trav ••'T Each 39* Banquet POT PIES $100 For Quick Maid WAFFLES Pack ECCO MILK Grade "A" Homo. 1 Ox. Plastic Gal. Jug 'TlfE CORRAL" Siiuco Saddles, Bridles, Halt- t-rs ami Blankets — Karnani I'rodiu'ts. Everything at discount prices. Save More Here FRESH LEAN FAMILY PAK GROUND BEEF Kitchen King Sliced Hunters All Meat Skinless BACON... '£ 69 c I WIENERS '£ 69 2 Lb. Thick Sliced $1.37 Hunters Fully Cooked Boneless We Slice Free Krey A.C. By The Piece HAMS Ifltfu. T 9 1 Braunschweiger Lb .59 Betsy Ross BREAD Mb. Loaves $ Pin* Creek FARM EGGS 4 Dox. Grade "A" *, Small * 29c Each FRESH IL1JNO1S RIVER FISH HOT ROASTED CHICKENS Shurfine/AG Vacuum CORN saffron, butter and water in heavy saucepan. Bring to, boil; stir with fork. Reduce heat; cover tighlly and simmer about 14 minutes, until rice is tender and liquid is absorbed. Remove bay leaf. Add remaining ingredients and chill. To serve, mound rice on platter and garnish with a border of the Brussels sprouts. Serves 6. For the south-of-the-border menu, combine the salad and the dessert course by serving a frozen fruit mold. Prepare it beforehand, folding the fruits and cottage cheese into a sour cream-whipped cream mixture. Freeze it away until party time: Cooking cues Drain a can of bristling sardines and mash with a small package of cream cheese and a tablespoon or two of minced chives; refrigerate. Serve as a spread for crackers or party-style rye bread. 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