Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1972 · Page 18
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August 30, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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STORES B-6 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, August 30, 1972 Three ways ».'• to enlighten summer meal By ALICE DENHOFF Summer Weather is sometimes unpredictable. Days of sunny pleasure alternate with days of dampness. Menus should concentrate on the sunnier days to help spirits overcome'the temperamental temperature. TROPICAL CERF.AL BOWL fi cups sweet orange cereal nuggets 1>3 cups miniature marshmallows 1 (13'.i ounces i can pineapple tidbits, drained 1-3 cup flaked or shredded coconut Pour packaged cereal into 6 individual cereal howls. Top' each serving with marshmallows, pineapple and coconut. Serve with milk or cream to fi huntjrv breakfasters and see the smiles. Summer luncheons can be very run-of-the-mill or they run offer a welcome change, such as: are Bailey's AG Market 6th and Ferguson Wood River 25.4-6112 Floyd's AG Market. 3rd & Penning Wood River, III. Closed Wednesday Goldman's AG Market 1324 Highland, Alton Oial465-8622 Horn's Elm St. AG Market Elmand AlbySts., Alton Dial 462-601? Wood River A.6. KftH GOURMU KUYROSE BUFFU HUNTER OUIK BONELESS FULLY COOKED $ IJAMQ wholEOnl » lu lIHlflO No Watei Added LD. ,,HK» NeuhausAG Market 201 Shamrock St., East Alton, Dial 259-7214 GREAT FOR BIT SANDWICHES Rain & Rain AG Market 2521 Stdte St. — Alton Phone 466-6423 Smitty'sAG Market 720EdwordsvilleRd., Wood River, III. Open Sundays & Holiday* Third Si AG Market 120 Third St., East Ahon, III. 254-4511 Wegener's AG 901 AlbySt.. Alton, 111. Open Friday 'till 9 ALWAYS GOOD FRANKS Armour Veribest or Krey Fancy Center Cul /#/> Always Good Sliced _ JUMBO 4 to POUND PORK CHOP SJSli u ™S Franks *~ U.S^GOVTJNsP^ 1 SPLIT FOR THE GRILL BROILERS BACON ASl'AR.Uil S SANrWICUKS 1 cup enriched corn meal 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon biikini: powder l -i teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugai 1 egg. beaten 1 cup milk J 4 cup vegetable oil 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour I 1 .: cups milk '•j teaspoon salt Vb teaspoon paprika H- teaspoon dry mustard *,4 cup grated sharp Cheddar cheese 8 slices Canadian bacon, about ';: inch thick 2 (10 ounces) packages frozen asparagus, cooked and drained, OR 2 pounds fresh asparagus, cooked and drained Sift together corn meal, flour, baking powder, salt and sugar into bowl. Add egg, milk and oil, stirring to blend well. Bake in greased 8-indvsquare baking pan in pre-heated 425 degree F. oven for 20 to 25 minutes and there you have the corn bread. For the sauce, melt butter in medium-sized saucepan. Stir in flour until smooth. Gradually add milk, stirring constantly until slightly thickened. Add seasonings and cheese; cook until cheese is melted, stirring constantly. Pan-fry Canadian bacon. Cut corn bread into 8 pieces; split horizontally and place on cookie sheet. Brush lightly with melted butter. Broil until golden brown. For each serving, spoon small amount of cheese sauce over 2 corn bread slices. Top with a slice of bacon and several asparagus spears. Top with additional cheese sauce and there you have an elegant luncheon for 8 — perhaps 2 tables of afternoon bridge players. To buoy spirits at the end of a busy or dull day, a dinner of grilled chicken, herbed rice, buttered carrots, lettuce wedges with a peppy dressing, winding up with a special dessert, should find diners happy and contented. Here's the dessert: STRAWBERRY RHUBARB PUDDING CAKK 1 (1 pound) package frozen rhubarb, thawed, or J -j pound fresh ':• cup sugar 2 cups sliced fresh strawberries L 4 cup butter or margarine '2 nip sugar 1 egg 'j teaspoon vanilla : 'i cup sifted all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 4 teaspoon salt u . cup milk '.- cup quick or old- fashioned oats, uncooked Combine rhubarb and ':• cup of the sugar in saucepan, i It there is fresh rhubarb available and you use it, recipe will take '.2 pound cut into 1- inch slices and when cooking, add '4 cup water). Bring rhubarb, fresh or frozen, to boil over high heat; reduce heal and cook until tender, 2 to 3 minutes. .Stir in strawberries. Beat together butter and remaining '^ cup sugar until creamy. Add egg and vanilla, mixing well. Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Add dry ingredients alternately with milk to creamed mixture. Stir in oats. Pour batter into a greased 9-inch square baking pan. Spoon hot rhubarb- strawberry mixture over batter. Bake in preheated 350 degree F. oven for about 40 minutes. Serve with milk, or, lor that pleasing something extra, scoops of vanilla ice crearn Serves 8 or 9. Lb. ARMOUR STAR HOT DOGS OR HUNTER Skinless Wieners Lb BY THE PIECE KREY OLDE TYME Stick Salami GREAT ON THE GRILt KREY OLDE TYME Polish Pkg. Sausage Lb. ARMOUR STAR OR HUNTER Canned Hams BY THE PIECE MAYROSE NATURAL CASING Braunschweiger (JMAYROSE SKINLESS PORK Link Sausages ( SUPER TRIM WHOLE OR SHANK HALF Hickory Hill Hams ARMOUR STAR OR HUNTER BOOK PACK Sliced Bacon THICK FOR STUFFING OR GRILLING Center Cut Loin Pork Chops LEAN MEATY GRILLICIOUS Country Style Ribs EASY TO CARVE READY FOR THE SPIT Boneless Pork Loin Roast 2 TO 3 LB. SIZE Sirloin Pork Loin Roast RIB HALF OR Whole Pork Loins lb Lh. Lb. Lb. Lb. SLICED BOLOGNA OR PICKLE LOAF Hunter Vac Pac Cold imil One Coupon Per Family, oupon Expires Sept. 2. 1972 R25- 3 COUPON SAVE 25* With This Coupon When you buy 6 oz SAVE 17 /^COUPON .SAVE 28 NOW with Defogger | Limit Onr Coupon Per Family. I Coupon Expiies Sept. 2 1972 Limit Three Cans DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE/WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN CORN DEL MONTE CUT GREEN BEANS.... DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN PEAS DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL . . . DEL MONTE TOMATO CATSUP. ., Cans Cuts 8 Oz. Pkg. RED POTATOES . 10i.s79 c SAVE 27 COUPON SAVE 38' CM 3 <" 89c MIRACLE MARGARINE. 3 '1 - ft — BUSHS SHOWBOAT 2-8* PORK & BEANS ':» SHURFINE FROZEN Lemonade BETSY ROSS Buns Juice Tomato .ithastabe S113813 Canned Soda Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: C.aliforn la Tit ompson SEEDLESS GRAPES LB. 39 NEW CROP JONATHAN CALIFORNIA ICEBERG APPLES . . . 3 IB* 69= LETTUCE ____ CALIFORNIA SWEET LARGE TENDER PASCAL NECTARINES . . , 3? CELERY . . . s»»25 c WASHINGTON STATE BARTLETT CALIFORNIA LARGE VALENCIA PEARS .... 3 IBS 89° ORANGES ...B LOUISIANA PUERTO RICAN GOLDEN RIPE SWEET POTATOES ii49° BANANAS. . 3^39° Itlenlfor Home-Made: Potato Salad U.S. NO. 1 KRAFT SIX STICKS PER POUND Heifetz COUPON SAVE 30' If COUPON SAVE 42' i r 11 i i i COUPON SAVES? il II ANGELFOOD CAKE MIX limit One Coupon Per Family COUPON SAVE 36 m 491491 49 OZ PKG. limit One Coop Coupon E*[j"'fi. R30 + X Pi-' Family. pi. 1', l»/2. I K30 +J. II II I I Cojfjon tAput •, ii-jji / i S jl!i°Ji ___.. Coufor. Pti Fo ' \ SAVE 10 oupon Ptr k anjil/ Sc: P i I 1 1972 75 rl I I ROLL I | limit One Coupon Pei Family. | j Coupon Exp.tes Sept. 2, 1972. I Limit One Coupon Per Family. Coupon Expires Sept. 2, 1972. COUPON SAVE 18 I I With 5 or moie Puicho^e. I Limit One Coupon Per Family. | Coupon Expires Sept. 2, 1972. SAVE 45' With This Coupon When you buy 2 Lb. I I | Limit One Coupon Per Family, j Coupon Expires Sept. 2, 1972 i_ R i 5 . i .| -^COUPON SAVE 18' 1972. Frozen Food BREAKFAST ORANGE DRINK Bright & Early 3 1202. $1 Cans I j L*"! 1 : ! L R l + 3 I Li I L R l*-_ili 6 ±. J (Cardinal Twin Pak

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