Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 6, 1972 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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C*4 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1972 Try a muskmelon and gelatin dessert i Succulent miiskmeflons will be on the market from the middle of August through th6 first week in October. Although referred to by many as cantaloupes, the true cantaloupe is a warty, scaly melon with a tough rind which is not grown in the United States and cannot be compared with the tender, flavorful meat of the muskmelon. The muskmelon can be served in many ways. Some will add a scoop of Ice cream while others will cut the meat Into small pieces and use it in salads. Here is a most unusual, delightfully cool summery dish. MELON N' GELATIN DESSERT 18-ounce can grapefruit sections, drained and cut up 1 8-ounce can crushed pineapple (undralned) 1 package lime flavored gelatin 18-otmce can frozen lemonade 1 muskmelon I n medium saucepan, combine cut grapefruit sections and undrained pineapple. Bring to a boll and gradually stir in Hme flavored gelatin until thoroughly dissolved. Remove from heat, stir in frozen lemonade stirring until completely thawed. Set mixture aside. Wash melon, then slice a piece from the stem end (lust big enough to allow the seeds to be scooped from the melon). Remove all seeds. Fill center of melon with gelatin-fruit mixture. Refrigerate until thoroughly chilled and gelatin Is solid. Slice melon or cut Into wedges to serve. Serves 4-6. Multi-flavored treat By ALICE DENHOFF Many of the most delightful desserts are not compounded of exotic ingredients. Tangy fresh orange juice, flavorful, healthful sour cream, flakes of coconut and those favorite delicately almond - flavored red maraschino cherries are some of the items that come to mind, as does in- dispensible. unfavored gelatin. These ingredients all have their place in this delicious dessert: COUNTRY CHERRY SOUR CREAM WITH CHERRY ORANGE SAUCE 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin 2 cups orange juice 2 pints (4 cups) dairy sour cream 1 cup granulated sugar Water 1 jar (8 ounces) red maraschino cherries 1 can (3% ounces) flaked coconut 1 tablespoon light brown sugar Dash salt Cherry Orange Sauce (recipe .below) In small saucepan, soften gelatin in 114 cups of the orange juice; stir over low heat until gelatin dissolves. Blend with sour cream, granulated sugar and V4 cup water in bowl. Drain cherries; reserve syrup. Chop cherries. Stir 1-3 cup of chopped cherries and coconut into sour cream mixture. Chill until firm. To do the Cherry Orange Sauce, add enough water to the reserved cherry syrup to make 14 cup: blond in cornstarch, brown sir_';ir ;md salt in saucepan. Add remaining s $ cup orange juice. Cook, st:mnc constantly, until sauce boils i._, minute. Add remaining cherries and chi'l. Mound Cream in serving dish. Garnish with stemmed maraschino cherries, if desired. Serve with sauce. Serves 8 to 10. FROZEN COUNTRY CHERRY CREAM 1 jar (S ounces) red maraschino cherries 2 pints (4 cups) dairy sour cream 1 cup sugar 1 can (W 2 ounces) flaked coconut % cup red currant jelly 14 teaspoon grated lemon peel 2 tablespoons lemon juice Drain syrup from cherries into measuring cup; add enough water to make i£ cup; set aside. Chop cherries and combine 1-3 cup with sour cream, sugar and coconut; mix well. Pour into 1-quart souffle dish. Freeze until firm. Combine reserved cherry syrup and jelly in saucepan; stir over medium heat until jelly melts. Add remaining chopped cherries, lemon peel and juice; chill. Serve with frozen cherry cream. This, too, is a good party number since it yields 8 to 10 servings. weo WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES BirdsEye Car* l«« FROZEN Sara Lee APPLE Frozen Peat & Potatoei In Cream Sauce Pks. Pie 33 -si $1.09 Pkg. Banquet Frozen Dinners Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ballard Oven-Ready Biscuits Lipton Tea Lipton Tea Bags Lipton Tea Bags Pizza FROZEN CHEESE FROZEN Dir»«» SAUSAGE rlZZd Make It Hot or Cold a Refreshing Drink 11 ox. Pkg. 13VJ OZ. Pkg. 14V] oz. 70 s Pkg. '* 8 oz. QA Tu be wy W 870 12 &V480 100 &.$1.18 KRAFT PARKAY MARGARINE 36* Smucker Blackberry Jelly Fleischmann's c o. R L. N Margarine Kobey's Shoestring Potatoes Carnation Slender Sunshine Cheese Snaps Rhodes Frozen Bread Dough Wagner Orange Breakfast Drink 10 oz. Jar 410 1V4 OZ. Cm 10 oz. Can 100 290 54 oz. Btl. '•» 46C CLOROX LIQUID BLEACH Ore Ida CRINKLE CUT DEEP PRIES Del Monte Del Monte FRESH SWEET CUCUMBER CHIPS FRESH WHOLE DILLS 12 oz. Pkg. IS oz. Jar 26 oz. Jar 29C 390 530 SAVE 10^ When You Buy One 8 oz. Btl WOOLITE LIQUID With Thi» Coupon. Good Only At AtP WEO Storct. Explrtt S-8-72. Limit On* Per Family. ' ujeo 1 STORE HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU TUESDAY, SEPT. 12th, 1972 U.S.D.A. CHOICE WE GLADLY ACCEPT U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPS) SWISS STEAK BONELESS HAM 1 Center Cut 59 STORE SLICED .. BOILED HAM ........ Lb . $ l w KAHNS A.C. BRAUNSCHWEIGER . . . Lb . 49 C BREAKFAST t*9O HAM SLICES .......... ib.*l w U.S.D.A. CHOICE BONELESS tf FAMILY STEAK ....... tb.*l 19 U.S.D.A CHOICE CHUCK STEAK .... Lb. U.S.D.A. CHOICE ARM ROAST. ^.79° LEAN BONELESS BEEF STEW Lb .98 c SKINNED WHITING Pk9 59 c U.S.D.A. CHOICE BONELESS CHUCK ROAST Lb . 79 C 5Lbs. i k • • • • or More LD* FAMILY PACK GROUND BEEF KRISPEE SLICED BACON CORN KING ALL MEAT WIENERS i 2 o,.Pk g .63 c SEITZ ALL MEAT BOLOGNA ib.Pkg. 85 C EDWARDS 1 LB. ROLL PORK SAUSAGE .. . 69' . Lb.Pkg. 78' 1 Ox. Pkg. ENRICHED PILLSBURY FLOUR 3 DECORATED KLEENEX TOWELS WHITE OR ASSORTED SOFT-WEVE TISSUE 2 ROIL PACKS With Coupon Below MAC & CHEESE DINNER 6 7,0, '1 BOXES • AUNTHATTIE'S WHITE BREAD . . REFRIGERATED BALLARD BISCUITS. HEINZ STRAINED BABY FOOD... 5 n'1 Loaves JL it "7* . :*• I. 9' IMITATION VITAMITE MILK. . GOLD DISH ICE CREAM. KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP . . 79 57 53 U.S. NO. 1 ALL PURPOSE RED POTATOES in • I I XV ° Home Tote BAG SAVE $ 2 65 WITH COUPONS BELOW SS WLUIII COUPON OSSSj 5 LB. BAG SUGAR f Sdtctaei Brawl OftC \ limit 1 Please 4%T SAVE J witt H.50 PutcluM UU Ik : Coupon Valid Un lies. SyL 12,1977 \ VALUABLE COUPON , PUNCH DETERGENT 430z.4Qc SAVI Pkg. til 24 C Coipn V«lil Tin IMS. Sift 12,1972 ARLANS FOOD i; VALUABLE COUPON TOMATO SAUCE lll'llz CMS 11| CMtrtiu Cmpoi Vilil Tin lus. i; l !ft !& •5* ^VALUABLE COUPON^ PILLSBURY FLOUR SAVE 18c C«voiyilidTlriTii»s.$<pt12,1972 ARLANS FOOD ^,i VALUABLE COUPON SANDWICH BAGS Baggies OlC SAVE SOCLBoi LI lOc C«>*VlUTtnTtts.$aiL12,1972 ARLANS FOOD £ VALUABLE COUPON^ FRISKIES CAT FOOD C«H***WTIiiTMt.S|iL12.1l72 ,{VALUABLE COUPON G SOFT-WEYE TISSUE 4 2 Roll IQC SAVE Packs / M 3'e COWM Vilinhri TIM. S*pt 12.1912 ARLANS FOOD |•-j*_J ^_ f_j^£ _ _ i "•! i I r'"'V*• ' '•' *t '• * -' •'~ \ Ip-KVALUABLfcSll^ 1&^~| ;| PILLSBURY PANCAKE MIX ,'\ ft 9 Lb - QQc S * VE '^'' ,?,; 4. Bn UU i2c 7?5j l^; Co^M Valid Ttei 1m. S*|L 12,1972 ;' 3$ VALUABLE COUPON % SPRAY STARCH liagara 4Qg SAVE 1S02.Cai M%T I2c Cnpu HiU lln Ins. S»l 12.1972 BRIANS FOOD ^{VALUABLE COUPON ^ Soft Spread Imperial Margarine UB. QQC 'SAVE PKG. UU 14c Co««1liMTInTHt.Sipl12,ll72 ARLANS FOOD :C VALUABLE COUPON X INSTANT BREAKFAST CarutiM OQc SAVE BCLBn UU 30c C«foi»iliilln las. ^112,1972 i^£^j^\ |p« VALUABLE COUPON »® | t PORK SAUSAGE p MARIANS fOOD »»t., S»pt. ». l»7«. • $»tcial i Oils,. 610W. ST. LOUIS ROAD EAST ALTON

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