Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 29
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September 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1963 By Popular Demand Svickova Recipe Printed Aain By UNCLE FRANK KOHLER (Chlrf Sklllctwr) ThRnks to all of you who wrote ifl asking for our recipe for "SVICKOVA," which was mentioned in the column carrying "Raised Yeast Dumplings." We never have received such completely enthusiastic mail on any one recipe, and we are truly grateful. Our apologies, however —we had no idea how time had slipped by — "Svickova" appeared in July. 1955. But, in deference to your many and valued requests, here again is "SVICKO- VA." Charles Surman, Jr., was Maitre d' of "Ceska Beseda," the old Bohemian Club in Chicago, and here is the recipe as he served it to us some years back. It is aj lusty boiled beef and dumplin affair — hope you all saved tha "Raised Yeast Dumpling" recipe from last May. That is a MUST with this one. This takes a bit o time, but no trouble — and Chai lie's recipe will handle a goodly crowd. For 10 pounds of clear roum beef, the following proportion: are correct. Combine 3 cups wa County August U. S. Bond Sales Total $302,891 Madison County Residents purchased a total of $302,891 in series E and Y United States savings bonds in August, according to Henry D. Karandjeff, Granite City, general county chairman of the savings bond committee. Other area counties purchased bonds in the following amounts: Calhoun, $6,756; Greene, $59,856; Jersey, $3,862; and Macoupin, $119,931. In the state of Illinois sales were $28,321,229, exceeding last August by 5.4 per cent, according to Arnold J. Rauen, state director of the U.S. Savings Bonds Division. 74.3 per cent of the state's 1963 quota of $341,200,000 has been reached in the first eight months. National sales of series E and H United States savings bonds were $399,000,000, and the Illinois total represented 7 per cent of this amount. tor, 1 cup vinegar, V 4 cup mixe pickling spices; boil together fo 15 minutes, and let cool. Add sliced onion, and pour the pick ling liquid over the beef in a suit able crock or kettle and let stan for 3 days at room temperatur (about 70 degrees). Be sure th liquid covers the meat — if nee essary, cook more liquid in th same proportions to add to it When ready to cook the meat scrape 2 carrots, 2 parsley roots and ] small celery rool, slice them thin, and saute' them un til lightly browned in a little bac on fat. Remove meat from the nifirinade, and place it in a roast ing pan. Pour the saute'ed veg- elahles and the sliced onion ovei and around the meat and add the marinade to a depth of about 1-inch. Bake at 350 degrees until medium - well-done, basting frequently. We use a meat thermometer here. When meat is done, remove to a hot platter, and strain the stock. Now you need: 1 pint soured cream 2 tablespoons flour Grated rind and juice of 1 lemon Burnt sugar for coloring (optional) Lemon slices Parsley Blend the sourced cream with he stock, and blend in the flour Cook, stirring constantly, unti mixture thickens to the consist- ncy of thick cream. Strain. Add emon juice and rind, the burn! ugar if a darker coloring is de- ired, check the seasoning. The large "Raised Bread Dumplings" are served with this, ut in l /2 - inch thick slices. The meat is sliced and placed on heat- d individual plates, and the gra- ry poured over. Then place a iin slice of lemon atop the meat, and a sprig of parsley on the mon. The dumpling slices must e floated on the gravy on each late. "This," said Charlie Surman, "is MOST important!" Serve buttered peas with this, and a good tossed salad. Cold beer is also strongly indicated, and if you can find the real thing or make it yourself (we buy ours), "Apfel Strudl" makes a perfect dessert. ROQUEFORT SUMMER SALAD DRESSING might go nicely with the Svickova. This is a tas- THE HAGUE — Dutch motor Uy one, in which you just combine car manufacturers say they do % cup salad oil, J /4 cup wine npt anticipate Jabor trouble. ) vinegar, 1 medium - size bay leaf, crumbled fine, Vi cup crumbled Roquefort cheese, and 1 tablespoon grated onion and juice. Beat or shake until thoroughly blended. This makes about H4 cups of dressing, and we like it especially with Bibb or Boston lettuce. "Na Zdar!" Send your favorite recipe and a stamped self - addressed envelope to this newspaper and become a life member of The Skillet Club. We'll send you a membership card to prove it. (© 1963, General Features Corp.) DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry—Dial 462-2922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes I DIETSCHY'S MARKET Phone 465-0634 FREE DELIVERY 500 RIDGE KREY GOURMET HAMS PORK STEAKS . . average, Lb. 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