Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1972 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 30, 1972
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C-2 Alton Evening Telegraph \Vodnosdny. Ang. 30, 1972 UCSSCl*t "NONE SOLD TO DEALERS" of fruit and wine COUPON AHD $5.00 PURCHASE By TOM FIOGE AP NpwsfeatniTs Writer The rmirh publicized wine auction hold in recent months, at which a single boltlo of oarly vintage went for as high .is SS.-OOO has bothered some wine experts who feel that such promotion methods cheapen a fine product. "To auction off a bottle of wine for 85.000 is blatant publicity." Eclouard Kressman, noted French merchant told me at a luncheon meeting. ''There is no pleasure for that kind of money. "You can buy fabulous wines for one per cent of that price." declared, whose Chateau LeTour- Martill.ic produces the Hor- deaux wine known as Graves. "Furthermore." he said, "There is the risk involved. You cannot open the bottle before buying it, so what guarantee do you have that your $5,000 investment has not turned bad?" Krcssmnn acknowledged some of the Bordeaux wines in scarce supply do run high, but he pointed out that other good ones arc reasonalbe. Alain Querre, owner of the Chateau Montbousquet at St. Emilion which also produces notable wine, agreed. "The best wines are, truly, the most expensive," he said, "But this is true of everything. When one cannot afford the best, one finds the thing or the wine that we can afford and that will make us liappy. "One needs four senses to understand good wine," said Querre warming up to his subject. "First look at the color. That provides anticipation to smell the wine, getting the tang of the oak barrel in which the wine is matured. "Then comes the sip," he continued. "It is quite a mouthful. I roll it around in my mouth and then wish I had a longer neck to confirm what nose and tyes have already said." That took care of sight, smell and taste. What was the fourth sense? "Finally one needs heart," said Querre. "Wine is not just something we consume . We must love and understand it." "Wine has something for everyone," Kressman broke in. "It is organic, as you would say in America, a natural way to begin, enjoy and end a meal." Kressman noted that wine goes beautifully with strawberries, peaches and other fruit. "We don't have watermelon in France, but try white Bordeaux wine with your watermelon. It's fantastic." Here is a recipe for blending wine and brandy with several fruits to make a delicious dessert: 1 large pear 1 large apple 1 large orange 2 medium peaches 2 cups cubed melon 1 cup grapes i£ cup powdered sugar 34 cup Sauterne 14 cup lemon juice 1,4 cup cognac About three hours before serving, cut pear, apple, orange sections and peaches into cubes or slices, arrange in a glass bowl together wiiii melon and grapes. Add sugar, wine and lemon juice, blending well. Refrigerate until s.fcrv;ne unit- JUM before strvme. TUSS fruit with COIT.;.C. Conking is fun B> CF.GLV BKOMNSTONE AP Food Kditor RANGFTOP SUPPER l./r. I):-.. !.; : n,o S'.cw Nectarines P)f '• tf".: Jl- LA7.V DAY LAMB STEW 2 p'-.unds bdjivk-ss iamb shoulder, cubed 2 '..-.blcsiioiins salad oil 1 cup beer ".; cup w.iter 1 ..•.'ivc-lo;* (li;, ounces) spaghetti Sauce mix 4 carruts, cut into IVa-mch pieces 4 medium onions, sliced 1 can (1 pound) whole potatoes, drained In a lar r ;e saucepan brown larnij in oil. Add beer, water and eontt-nts of envelope of sauce mix Simmer, covered, for 1 hour. Add carrots and onion; cook 20 to 30 minutes more, Luitii meat and vegetables are tender. Add potatoes, cook 10 minutes to heal Makei 5 lo 6 servings. NOTICE! Our Coupont Expire Tuet.. S«pl. 5. AM Olhor "AD" lt»m« Good Only through Sol., Srpt. J TO LIMIT QUANTITIES" •'WE RESERVE THE RIGHT ICEBERG LETTUCE CALIFORNIA LARGE 24 SIZE ss ORANGES CALIFORNIA SUNKIST Q _ 88 SIZE VALENCIAS Heads SAVE 32(1 Domino SUGAR usset Potatoes Northern "Norgold" U.S. No. 1 Grade "A" CARROTS From 4% 1-lb. CALIF. 2^29' BROCCOLI FRESH Large GREEN Head Honey Dew Melons King-O-West 1] tffe/r each flSf BANANAS GOLDEN RIPE Ib. WITH COUPON Seedless Grapes "Looking for Something UNUSUAL?" SAVE 75* PEPPER PLUS BBQ Spice WALNUTS IN SYRUP Smucker's PET Bacon Dip RED WINE DRESSING Pfieffer's MARINATED ARTICHOKE HEARTS Pacific Miss •£ 8-O> 39c 45c 47c Swans, Down.! Swans Down CAKE MIXES CALIFORNIA WHITE ASSORTED DECORATED Ibs. Jumbo Rolls Pkgs. "JERSEY FARM" White Enriched Mb. Loaves WITH COUPON Musselm APPLE 303 SAUCE Can HEINZ GRAPE JELLY BABY FOOD WELCH 'HE PEANUT J I I BUTTER CHEERIOS BUFFERIN PAMPERS 4'/a-oz. STRAINED jar • I SAVE 22? COKE 16-01. Bots. ii OR SPRITE" (Plus Dep. TOMATO NO. i SOUP Can CH DETERGENT WITH COUPON Giant Pkg. 100-cl. hot. OVERNIGHT DISPOSABLE DIAPERS SUPER BLEACH C 12-et. TUNA STAR-KIST CHUNK ^TRI-CITY CROC. CQ.E COUPON•» TRI-CITY I ni'UI I I, GROC co SAVE 1H\ TRI-CITY "SPECIAL" Grade 'A" MEDIUM BROOKS CATSUP WORTH 40? 'HILLCREST' Cream TOWARD PURCHASE half 1C gal. WITH THIS COUPON Limit On« Coupon per tustomti with additional $5.00 or more purchase of meali, gracorltt or product, not including ctgoifHn or any couponed ilemi. Coupont • xpirc Tuesday, September S. Customer must pa/ salel tax involved. Worth 15 ; Toward Purchase Cheer Detergent giant 68C WITH THU COUPON txplral Tuesday, Sept. ft Cvffomer mutt pay fafel fen Involved. ' SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE 40-oz. bot. doz. A 1 DA MklW BEEF CHUNKS DOG FOOD 14V-,-oz. can PEAS t CAHIOTS Del Monte FRENCH STYLE GREEN BEANS Del Monte ; £ 25c DEI MONTE FRUIT Peaches GRAPI JEIU Cocktail SAVE 17<! WORTH 32c Domino TOWARD PURCHASE Ib. Bag Ic WITH THIS COUPON Limit One Coupon p«r cuitom*r with additional $5 OO or mor* pur chat e of meats, groceries or produce, not including cigarette i 01 any couponed il*m&. Co^poni •xpire Tuesday, September S. Cuttom«r mutr pay sale* to* Invoivtd. CROC. CO. COUPON Worth ICc Toward '3 Purcliait Swans Down Layer CAXE MIXES TPI filTY I Ill-Ill I I COUPON M.OO WITH THIS COUPON Cxplrti Tuctdoy, S*pl. S Customer must pay salts ton Involved. Worth 10' Toward Purchase Five 3-oz. Pkgs. "ROYAL" GELATIN WITH THIS COUPON txplrc* Tut*day, Sept. 5 Cuitomtr must pay taltt lav Involved. Whipped Six -Stii MARGARINE 00 Mb. Ctns. CRISCO 3 ib. can "GLADE" AIR FRESHENERS 7-oz. Bomb RI.CITY •IJRI;GITY TDI IMTV CROC Inhulli COU JROC. CO. COUPON TDI OITV CROC. co. 1 nl-ull I COUPON Tnl-CITY COUPON SAVE 20(! L(i| Worth Liqu : Toward IV Purchase BEAUTY" id Detergent but. 29c WITH THI» COUPON Worth 1 Ac Toward • U Purchase "FINAl TOUCH" Fabric Softener 38-01. 71^ | >( )t * ' > WITH THIS COUPON Exp{re« Twetday, S«pt 5 Cwtlamtir mutt pay »ole« tcu InvoJv.d Worth 20° Toward Purchase On* 35-cl. Pkg HEFTY Quart Size Food Bags or On. 25-cl Pkg. HEFTY Gallon Size Food'Bogi WITH THIi COUPON Ixplrei Tuetday, Stpi. 9 Cuttomei mutl pay »ol*t tal Involved Worth 15 C tipn Toward Purchase One 7-oi Bomb "RIGHT GUARD" Deodorant Spray WITH THU COUPON bpirei Tuetday, S*pi. S Cuttomef nuitl pay ialei ta> WORTH FREE! ipii One IS-oz. Can "PUS5-N-BOOTS" Shrimp CAT FOOD WITH THIS COUPON ixplni Tuetdoy, S«pl. S Customer fmut pay Mlei tcul involved. JSS^fl IOOTS CAT rooo ONE 20c 15-oz. CAN "PUSS'n BOOTS" SHRIMP FLAVOR CAT FOOD WITH 20c COUPON CLIP 'N USE "ALL" COUPONS YOU'LL SAVE $447 4 IN CASH!

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