Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 32
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September 19, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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PAGE THIRTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 Families Like Turkey Salads By ALICE DENHOFT BITS and pieces today, tried, tested and found not want- Ins in flavor or culinary interest. Here's the first, a cool and ensy-to-fix salad the whole family will take to. Tl'RKEV SALAD 3 r. diced, cooked turkey 2 c. seedless grapes, cut in halves 1% c. diced celery 1 (8 oz.) can water chestnuts, drained and sliced % c. salted almonds, slivered 1 c. mayonnaise or salad dressing Salt and pepper to taste 2 thsp. lemon juice Lettuce Combine first 6 ingredients. Season to taste with salt and pepper and lemon juice. Chill well and serve in lettuce- lined salad bowl or in 6 or 8 individual lettuce cups. If desired, serve with additional almond slivers. Want a meatless casserole high In protein value? Here's a g o o d one to try. DE LUXE EGO CASSEROLE % Ib. fresh mushrooms, sliced, or 1 (4 oz.) can mushrooms drained % c. butter or margarine % c. flour % tsp. ground pepper % tsp. salt 1 tsp. onion salt 1 tsp. celery salt 3 c. milk 1 (1 Ib.) pkg. frozen French fries V t Ih. Cheddar cheese, chopped or cubed 6 to 8 hard-cooked eggs cut in chunks Saute mushrooms in butter or margarine until slightly browned —about 5 min. Blend in flour and seasonings. Add milk (with mushroom liquid, if desired) all al once, stir ring constantly until thickened throughout. Stir in French fries (still frozen) and cheese. Pour half of mixture into greased 2 qt. baking dish. Top with eggs arranged in a layer. Pour over remaining mixture. Bake at 400 degrees F. until bubbly around edges and golden brown on top — about 20 min. Serves 6. CHICKEN-POTATO PATIO SALAD 2% c. mayonnaise or salad dressing c. minced onion 3 tbsp. vinegar 2 tbsp. horse-radish 2% tsp. salt 1 tsp. ground rosemary tsp. white pepper 2 c. diced, cooked potatoes (about % Ib. uncooked) 2 c. diced, cooked chicken % c. chopped celery 4 hard-cooked eggs, coarsely-chopped Blend mayonnaise or salad dressing, onions and seasonings. Combine with potatoes and chicken. Shortly before serving, add celery and eggs. Serve well chilled with or without salad greens. Makes 6 servings. Ever Hear of Scampis? By POPPY CANNON What are scampi? Ask the question and the arguments are sure to start . . . and rage on and on. On restaurant menus in the U.S.A., the word usually refers to giant-sized shrimp. In England almost any shrimp is a scampi unless, of course, it's a prawn. In France Scampi are usually translated into langoustines. But in Venice, I was assured that we are all wrong. There is, I was told, only one Scampi. It comes only from the Adriatic Sea and can be compared with no other seafood in the whole, wide world. They did consent, however, to impart to me the secrets of preparing scampi in the true and authentic Venetian manner, alia griglia—on the grill. Now we have the temerity to pass it along with the suggestion that our jumbo shrimp may be delectably substituted. Dessert of the day is a variation of the French Poires Helene, which combines poached pears with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. Our new American version uses canned pears and a syrup flavored with instant coffee, scented with vanilla. Venetian Shrimp Alia Griglia To serve 4, use 2 pounds jumbo shrimp. Cut them lengthwise without removing the shells. Leave one section on the outside joined. Flatten them out like a butterfly. Skewer each crosswise with a wooden toothpick to hold them flat. Baste with olive oil; season with salt and pepper; grill under a hot broiler or on charcoal — first the cut side, then the shell side. This will take 6 to 8 minutes depending on the size. Serve on a very hot dish sprinkled with chopped parsley. Poires Helene New Style Drain a can of pears and cook down the syrup to % cup. In the syrup dissolve 4 tablespoon instant coffee, % teaspoon salt. Stir into IMs cups corn syrup (light or dark). Bring to a boil and cook 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Stir in 2 teaspoons vanilla. Pour over pears. Serve hot or chilled, with or over vanilla ice cream. (© 1963. General Features Corp.) Rhubarb Gelatin Try folding cooked sweetened rhubarb into lemon-flavored gela tin after the dessert mix has thickened slightly; then fold in a little whipped cream or whipped evaporated milk. Rule for deep fat frying: use enough fat to immerse the food. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' DIETSCHY I»¥¥OTV1P AftK.fifiVA 'fcTRTCP 'S MARKET ! DELIVERY 600 RIDGE Fresh Ground Hamburger . . 2"»89c Extra Lean Ground Chuck . 2-1.25 TIIDIfCVQ YOUNG 5 to 7 Lb. AA_ lUlflVElV . . • i BELTS VILLE each.. Lb. 006 MAYROSE BACON LEAN CUBED fiA A BEEF STEW. . . . Lb. w5»6 NECK A OK. BONES ft Lbs. VWV BRISKET BOILING |A~ BEEF Lb. 1 «»U PORK CHOPS ™£ .... 1 Layers WlC LEAN CUBED AA A STEAKS Lb. O«C SLICED QQ» FRESH SIDE . . . Lb. w36 FRESH AR|V CHICKEN LEGS.Lb. HUU J||-. CENTER CR* i, Lb-IOC CUTS, Lb. OUC LEAN PORK CUTLETS . ii; u .We Eeeo Homo MILK BONED TURKEY . Krey Mello A OR A BACON ft Lbs. O36 Pillsbury Can A |A A BISCUITS ft Cans Iv6 PICKLED 28 Oz. 7R A PIGS FEET Jar 196 4 Gal 99C Ready to A Lb. $1 AQ . Eat ft Can 1 i9O BACON 1 Lb. AC A ENDS Pkg. ft«M» DRY— HARD Q0» SALAMI .... K Lb. W06 Longhorn Lb. RR* CREAM CHEESE . . . U9U Chicken Noodle Soup .3KT 3 can 8 55c HYDROX COOKIES i ..... Ba? 47C MANHATTAN COFFEE . .2 <",'„ '1.39 GREEN ASPARAGUS . A.G. 2,; 1 :: 55c LIBBY PORK A Af- BEANS fcCans ft I V Kraft Straw. A fiE* PRESERVES, ft Jura DUG SWIFT A 12 Oz. OQ* PRKM ft Cans OfJC SLICED BEETS . , CORN BEEF HASH A.G. SANDWICH QR» SPREAD Pt. V«IU MIRACLE 40 fi TREND A OR* Washing Pwd.ft boxes 0U6 3 SOS J[7^ Cans 4 1C 2 16 Oz. 7A A Can IwC NIBLET GOLDEN CORN . . 2 - 29c LARGE BLUE PLUMS ... 3 " 29c RED CALIF. A A A. GRAPES ft Lb». ft9V FLORIDA A 07 A GRAPEFRUIT ft for ftf V GOIJ)EN DEL. J[ RQl» APPIJ^S t Uw. UWW Red Washed IA AO* POTATOES. IU Lbs. "WC NEW A AE. TURNIPS .... ft Lbs. ftwC FRESH Lb. AA. CRANBERRIES ft WW Large Fancy Jonathan Apples 4 Ibt. 49c Large, Solid, Ripe Bananas . 2 Ibs. 25c Sno-Whlte Cauliflower . . . head 25c YOU RATE MORE WITH • • i There's no question about it, "Meat Makes The Meal" . . . and the smart little homemaker who likes a compliment and likes to save money too will do well to investigate our better meat buys. Come in today. Our butchers will courteously serve you. TENDER, LEAN PORK STEAKS PORK CUTLETS 2 FOR 1.09 HEILS FANCY, FULLY COOKED PICNIC HAMS 33 C Lb. Lb. 39* 59' BONELESS. ROLLED SHOULDER PORK ROAST 59 BULK PORK SAUSAGE 31 6-8 LB. AVERAGE Lb. SWIFT'S WORTHMORE SLICED BACON Lb. 45* SWIFT'S FANCY ACORN SALAMI 79 C BY THE PIECE Lb. KREY FANCY BRAUNSCHWEIGER BY THE PIECE Lb. 43* CAMPBELL'S BRAND (Limit 2 Cans with c ° u p° n) • Chicken Noodle, Vegetable Beef or Mushrooom »JS»TOM«BOY COUPON Campbell Chicken Noodle, Beef or Mushroom SOUP 2 '^ 190 LIMIT 2 CANS with coupon and purchase of $1.50 or more excluding tobacco, fresh milk products and coupon Items. Coupon expires Mon., Sept. 23rd, 1963. Limit 1 Coupon Per Family CHICKEN NOODLE, VEGETABLE BEEF or MUSHROOM 10 1 /2'OZ. CANS 19 FLAV-R-PAG FROZEN HALVES - NORTHWEST MARSHALL 10-OZ. $ PKGS. PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE - KRAFT PHILLIES..... 3-OZ. PKG. 19 c i CHEF BOY AR DEE MIX FOR CHEESE PIZZA 15 1 2-OZ. PKG, 39 GARDEN PEAS—CUT GREEN BEANS WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE GOLD CORN FRESH-LIKE 306 CANS 39 Dole I '/4 Sliced, Tidbits, Chunk or Crushed PINEAPPLE ... 4 c 2 :, 1 , 89° Armour Star—5c 'Off Label Chili with Beans 2 15 c' a °" 55« Cracker Barrel Brand SALTINES ..... 25c Your Choice of Flavors— ROYAL GELATINS ... 3 i£ 25« CHOICE OF FLAVORS, TOM-BOY ICECREAM HALF GALLON 59 EASY SPREADING—"FLAVOR PLUS TOM BOY MARGARINE LBS. KRAFT MELLOW OR SHARP CHEESE STIX . . "£ 49» PILLSBURY Caramel Nut ROLLS ^39e Pet-Ritz Frozen APPLE — CHERRY OR PEACH Cream Pies 3 FLAV-R-PAC FROZEN-MIXED VEGETABLES . . ' C 39° BOOTH FROZEN FAMILY PACK FISH STICKS . . . "P£ 79" CLEANS WOOLENS SAFELY w II L- 0-LENE DOLE PINEAPPLE TIDBITS, CHUNK 211 SIZE OR CRUSHED, SLICED, M SIZE 4 - 89 C TOM BOY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED '2 Gal. MILK NINE LIVES CAT FOOD 2-29 COCOA MARSH Chocolate Syrup "" 57 TERRY'S Barbecue Beef 14 Oi, Jar 6» WYLERS 1 Lemonade Mix 3-35 EXTRA FANCY, GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Ibs. CALIFORNIA, SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER Head 19 EXTRA FANCY Golden Bantam CORN 5 - 29' EXTRA FANCY JONATHAN APPLES 49 C 4U>. Cello Bag U.S. NO. 1 REP POTATOES 10 Lb, Bag 49*

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