Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 30
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

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IHUIWDAY, APRIL «, 1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTY-ONI Tuna Loaf Is Tasty Anytime B| UNCLE FRANK KOHLftR IsTHllllt MlllfalsHMMt ^^•livi on s • I v" »swr / This tuna loaf, at made by Mr. Ralph H. Jarr, Chicago Daily News Chapter, la one of the tastiest nye've met. 2 cups canned tuna, drained 1 cup cooked whit* tie* Milk \<a teaspoon paprika H teaspoon ground nutmeg Dash Tabasco Vt cup dry bread crumbs Butter 1 teaspoon lemon Juice fttfcck pepper 1 green onion and top, minced. Mr. Jarr puts his tuna in aj strainer and rinses It well in cold I water, then (lakes it fine, and mixes it with the rice. Separate the eggs, beating 2 whites and Ij yolk and mix them with the tuna,! reserving the second yolk. ' Stir in ?4 cup milk, 1 teaspoon salt, and the paprika, nutmeg and Tabasco. Mix well and pack, in well-greased loaf pan. Sprinkle with crumbsr dot with butter' and bake 1 at 400 degrees for 30 to 33 minutes. Melt l l u tablespoon butter in a saucepan and blend in 1 table- : spoon flour. When blended, slow-i ly add 1'a cups milk and cook, stirring constantly over low heat, j until sauce is smooth and thick-) ened. Season to taste with saltj and pepper, the onion and lemtmt juice. Remove from he»t and stir; in the remaining egg yolk, loos-i en the loaf with a spatula, turn out on a hot platter, and serve 1 with the hot sauce. j Real Butterscotch pie — "Herej is my recipe for it," says RoselJai Kersten of our Appleton (Wis.); Post-Crescent Chapter. And be-j lieve me. this is a Real one! First, bake a 9-inch pic shell. For the filling: 1 cup dark brown sugar, packed' 2 tablespoons butter ] 4 teaspoon salt V4 cup cotnstarch 2 eggs, separated 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla Granulated sugar (optional) Combine first 3 items with 2 tablespoons water, bring to a boil and let boil 5 minutes. Blend cornstarch with 1 cup water and stir in to the brown sugar mixture. Beat egg yolks slightly and stir them in, along with the milk and vanilla. Cook, stirring constantly, u$Ul mixture thickens, then cook 5 minues more over very low heat. Beat egg whites until toff peaks form, then add a litHe-gwmulat-j ed sugar if you like, and beat until stiff to form a meringue to top the pie. Turn the filling into the baked pie shell and let cool and firm up a bit. Decorate the top as desired with the meringue, and pop under the broiler or into the oven just long enough to brown light-1 ly. Let cool, and serve. Send YOUR favorite recipe; and a stamped sell-addressed envelope to this newspaper and become a life member of the Skillet Club. We'll send «JU : a membership card to prove it.' Try Green Beans With "Personality ta more Important than good looks" is a consoling statement which teen-agers, going through their adolescent period, lik« to hear. Seldom, however, is there anyy definition given (or that qualification. We take it for granted that there should be a certain amount' of originality but, at the sanie time, there must be conlOCTnity in some respects. Both-' overweight and und<N>weight ihould be avoided.-Food m.u«t b> ehwen with this in mind and it-should also be remembered that a good skin and healthy hair are asset*. II good food habits have been ingrained during childhood, they will usually continue later in life, although there may be a short period when sweets spoil the appetite for the fruits, vegetables and milk which ware stressed during childhood. Attention. should then be called to the (act that certain vitamins arid minerals furnished by these foods, are just as important now as In the younger years. U you're interested in sports, a good choice'et food it essential, just as it Is tor an eajapment of everyday living, Green BeaM wife GtMM! Cook fresh or tmtep euj in mull Bmeufit o| aaltad water until just tender. 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