Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1972 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 30, 1972
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BONUS PAK 5 LBS. or MORE SAVE 12° Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, August 30,1972 2 recipies for fall vegetables As this summer of 72 runs Wit, the new crop of autumn vegetables is appearing in colorful profusion at roadside stands and in markets. And in time for this seasonal harvest here are new recipes for two favorites — acorn squash and beets. Both are simple to fix and each makes a delicious accompaniment to a variety of meat and poultry dishes. Only three ingredients — butter, brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce make the piquant sauce for the Gala Glazed Beets. Here's a tip — always cook beets unpeeled with an inch of leaf stem attached. After cooking, plunge . them into a pan of cold water and the skin and stems peel right off. A balanced meal plan calls for four servings of fruits and vegetables daily. Your family is sure to get their quota if those "good for "em" vegetables are good tasting too. SAVORY STUFFED SQUASH 2 acorn squash 1 envelope (1'i-oz.) seasoning mix for sloppy joes I cup plain croutons J ,i cup drained mandarin orange sections "* cup honey 1 tablespoon syrup from mandarin oranges or water Cut squash in half; remove seeds. Place cut-side down in shallow baking pan. Pour water into pan to depth of '-4 inch. Bake at 400 degrees for 35 minutes. Stir together contents of seasoning mix envelope, croutons, orange sections, honey, and syrup or water. Turn squash cut-side up and spoon crouton mixture into cavities. Bake 15 to 20 minutes longer, until squash is tender. 4 servings. GALA GLAZED BEETS 114 to 2 pounds fresh beets 2 tablespoons butter V 4 cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce Wash beets and cut off tops and stem ends. Cook, covered, in Hi to 2 inches boiling salted water until tender, 45 to 60 minutes. Peel and slice. Melt butter in skillet; stir in brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce. Add sliced beets, stirring to coat well with sauce 4 to 6 servings. Foo Yung dish from Chinese cuisine tasty Although that standby, eggs with bacon or ham, is good for brunch, it's fun to make a change. My sister Phyllis did just that recently; she served a Foo Yung dish from Chinese- American cuisine. The recipe she concocted was so good, we're passing it along. PHYLL'S HAM FOO YUNG Foo Yung Gravy, see recipe 1 cup finely chopped mushrooms 1 4 cup finely chopped cooked ham 1-3 cup finely chopped celery 1 can 16 ounces bean sprouts, drained and rinsed with cold water 2 scallions green onions, thinly sliced green tops included • 1 teaspoon sugar '& teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon soy sauce 5 eggs 1-3 cup about peanut oil Cooked rice Make the Foo Yung Gravy and set aside. In an 8-inch skillet gently cook the mushrooms and onion in the butter until softened; turn into a medium mixing bowl. Add ham, celery, bean sprouts, scallion, sugar, pepper and soy sauce. In another medium mixing bowl beat the eggs just enough to blend yolks and whites; add the vegetable-ham mixture; stir well. Pour : j tablespoon peanut oil into a 6-inch skillet; heat over medium heat. Stir the egg mixture with a fork, scoop up '4 cup of the mixture and pour gently into the hot oil. Spread vegetables with a fork. Cook until omelet is firm enough to turn; turn and cook other side. Remove to a large cookie sheet covered with two layers of paper towels; place in a justwarm oven. Continue making omelets, adding '. tablespoon peanut oil for each omelet and stirring the egg mixture before scooping out each '4 cupful. As each omelet is cooked, place it on the cookie sheet in the warm oven. Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, August 30,1972 BONUS PAK 5 LBS. OR MORE LEAN TENDER GROUND BEEF • PORK STEAK BONELESS ROTISSERIE PORK ROAST Lb. WHY PAY MORE WHY PAY MORE WHY PAY 89< U. AUNT HATTIE'S HAMBURGER SAVE 30° OLD SALEM OR HOT DOG BUNS 4 », $ 1 °° CHARCOAL ~ BRIQUETS 20 SAVE 35 C KRAFT B.B.Q. SAUCE With Coupon Below 18 Ox. , Botls. SAVE! FRESH 'N CRISP POTATO CHIPS SAVE! 18° FAMILY SIZE ROYAL CROWN COLA Limit 2 Please 16 Oz. Botis. Plus Dep. SAVE! 20° i FRESH BAKED ANGEL FOOD CAKES 13 Or, Calc* 49* £:>•$ CHARCOAL B'RIQUETS OLD SALEM 20 oupon Vilid Tkrw Coupon , 89* Tv*t., Upl. S. 1«72 SA INN GALA TOWELS Jumbo iWAe Rolls /V Coupsii Valid Tkrv Tut»., S«pt. 5, 1*72 SAVE 38' ARLANS FOOD LE COUPflll -„.... AURORA TISSUE 2 "on IKC Packs ^9^9 CtupOR ViM Tkru Tu«t..T«pl. 5,1*72 SAVE 29« ; '^v,.- ^TFTTM7'*1 '^ ( - ^ j j>'V»ALLLMjJ_iJ v ^B.M ^ i'. * \ ^.i^s-^l ^:»i^^-" ?l ;• VIIUIIIE COUPON issra GIANT AJAX Laundry D«t«rg«nt m f±+ • 49 Oz. Box •* V Coupen Valid Tkrw Tu*«., S«pt. 5,1*72 : SAVE 34« ARLANS FOOD THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES c 610 W. ST. LOUIS ROAD-EAST ALTON

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