Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
Page 27
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^THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Pork Bones and Rice For Budget Dish « By UNCLE FRANK KOHLEtt J (Chief SklHefeer) ' Perk Bones and Rice. Here is '„& real budget item, and a delic- •lous one. We served ten bounti- • fully with this, for less than twenty cents per portion! Our thanks to Mrs. Ida Manning oi our Los Angeles Herald Examin er Chapter, who says, "Looks and tastes better than can be de scribed on paper!" MILNOT 5 pounds pork neck bones 2 onions, chopped fine 5 small chili pods (we used 2 teaspoons of the Italian type dried, chopped red pepper) Salt and pepper to taste 2 cups raw white rice 1 No. 2^4 can'tomatoes Our friend John the butcher located the re«itlisite neck bones, and saW'Bd them in rather short pieces for us. Next time, we will trim off all possible excess fat before cooking! Put the bones and onions in a kettle with water just to cover and add the'chilis or red pepper. Bring to a bdil, then •educe heat and let simmer, covered, until meat falls from bones. We then fiShed out bones, meat and fat, and returned the meat to the pot after trimming it of all fat and gristle. Add rice and tomatoes, and season to taste. You should have about 4 cups of liq uid. Stir and cook until liquid is almost gone, and rice te tender Serve with a tossed salad. "A man from Arkansas gave me this recipe in 1940," says Mrs Manning, and we're glad he did True, a little more expensive cut of meat would aVoid the trouble of picking tHe meat from fat and bones, but just as Mrs. Manning does it, it is great! Egg Salad is a highly versatile character. We use It for sandwich filling too, just "as is." In combination with ham salad and a little lettuce, it makes a fine - decker. In the summer sometimes serve it as a luncheon plate, either alone or in company FRESH BOSTON BUTT ;PDRK ROASTS DRESSEL HOMOGENIZED LB. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9P.M. FOOD LINgp L B Y....AIton's f i n« t !• FRESH ! GROUND CHUCK - 69 •v finer flavor from fhe land o'corn • RATH BLACK HAWK f FRANKS » ^KsrS Bologna . 3 "» $1.00 PENNANT THICK SLICED BACON "-,—',', ,.„*,> , "•¥•& ••"•• 4f*v-^*V'S- &>: v,->"-K»&^vW <\'; ,-, •-'--' CAMPBELL'S (Limit 3 CRRCKERS Special Coffer. CHILI 1 4 Cans 00 P Come in and pick up your Plastic Mixing Bowl i :_ with the • purchase of any 3 $100 juncaai DELUXE Q for $1 Cake Mixes w Niblets Corn 2 Peaches r: « 3 - 29* No. 2'/a Cans HI-C VITAMIN ENRICHED ORANGE OLEO 3 POOD KING 2 - 29' a • • • i FOLGER'S 3 LB. CAN I 79 ICE GRERm * 73 COFFEE SEALTEST Reg. 93c i Gal. s t HYDROX. NABISCO—DATE NUT COOKIES . . . Choc. Chips POP-CORN . . 2 APPLBJ BLACKBERRY PRESERVES. ..2 Lb. 49e 49e Nestles la-oz, 1, 1 ; 25e 49e * «f ii « * « TIDE • • • • Giant 69c III AD V Liquid £•»_ 1111111 s i • 33-Oz. Dw« OXYDOL . . 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Just mix everything well together and hill an hour or so, then correct he seasoning and serve as de- ired. Skilletip is a great improvement over crumbs for deep fry- ng. Our friend, Miss Dolores ilyan of Minneapolis, gave us this grand idea, which is an outstand- ing advance in the art. In place of the usual bread or cracker crumbs, substitute the new pack aged "mashed polato flakes," and after dipping the food in beaten egg, turn it in the flakes, then fry. This won't work with mashed potato powder, but with t h P flakes, i( is superb. Send your favorite recipe and a stamped self-addressed envelope to this newspaper and be come a life member of the Skillet Club. We'll send you a membership curd to prove it. (© 1963, General Features Corp.) Childrens Aid Society Sets Up Speaker Bureau An Illinois Children's Home and Aid Society speakers bureau has been set up to explain the work of the society to other groups. Members of the speakers' group are A. Edson Smith, Mrs. Damon Fair, Mrs. Fred Barry, Mrs. Richard Gross and Beaumont Parks. A new film on the adoption of children, "Our Very Own," has just been released and is available through the agency's office at Queen Elizabeth I is said to haunt the library at Windsor Castle and to appear at the battlements on Christmas eve. Guards say they recognize the Queen by her flaming-red wig and olive complexion. OTTAWA — Canadian wheat stocks have reached the billion bushel mark, thanks to this summer's unusually la;-gc crop. 10 E. Broadway. • Three new board members from the Granite City area are Mrs. H. F. Huxel, Mrs. G. H. Lueders and Miss Mary Cowan, it was announced following a meeting of the society at Alton Y.W.C.A. Monday. OV£N FRESH BAKERY SPECIALS Friday & Saturday Features FUDGE SUNDAE TOttTE — Special Feature, Our newest dessert sollt layers of rich chocolate cake filled with butter cream Icing and covered with flaky coconut. Try one of these delicious tortes .... 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