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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 6, 1972
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JBvetflftg telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1972 and lit for .p party does tt is the phrase Should apply to menus summer or fall patio Who wants to fuss Involved recipes when $ mercury is hitttng new "Here's a menu that's duchy tt» bring off. The main course is an easy planked, all-in-one tneal, the dessert is a refreshingly cool treat. For the main course, a tiiick, juicy ham steak and a tangy kraut'fruit mixture ate arranged on a seasoned wood plank or a heatproof platter. Mashed potatoes are piped around the border. The preparation is minimum. Broiling time is 16 to 20 minutes for: PLANKED HAM AND KRAUT SUPPER 2 cups drained sauerkraut % cup thinly sliced, slightly tart peeled apple 1 tablespoon raisins (optional) 1% tablespoons firmly packed brown sugar 1 fully cooked, bone-in ham steak, 1-inch thick (about 1% pounds) 1-3 cup orange juice 1 tablespoon maple syrup Seasoned Mashed Potatoes Mix together kraut, apple, raisins and brown sugar; set aside. Place ham on seasoned wooden plank or heat-proof platter. Broil 4 minutes, brushing frequently with combined orange juice and maple syrup. Turn ham and surround with graut mixture; pipe Seasoned Mashed Potatoes (the recipe follows) around edge. Broil 8 to 10 minutes longer, brushing ham frequently with orange mixture, as well as sprinkling it over kraut and potatoes. Serves 4 to 6. SEASONED MASHED POTATOES 1 pound potatoes 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon milk % teaspoon salt Dash pepper 1 egg, slightly beaten Pare and boil potatoes. Whip potatoes with butter, milk, salt, pepper and egg. Cool. Makes 2 cups. Because Che main course is an easy-do one-dish meal, you can afford to put a little effort into dessert. A cool treat is a' truly grand finale to patio party on a hot summer night. This one can be made the night before or in the cool of morning and set in the refrigerator to chill. Wait for the ohs and ahs when you serve: CHERRY ORANGE TRIFLE 1 jar (8 ounces) red maraschino cherries 1-3 cup sugar 2 tablespoons cornstarch % teaspoon salt 1 cup milk 2 eggs 2 cups (1 pint) heavy cream 1 teaspoon grated orange peel 1-3 cup Curacao 1% packages (3 ounces each) lady fingers, split 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons Curacao Toasted slivered almonds Brain cherries, reserving % cup of the syrup. Chop cherries and set aside. Blend 1-3 cup sugar, cornstarch and salt in saucepan. Gradually add milk; cook and stir until mixture boils for % minute. Beat eggs witij 1 cup of the Cream; gradually blend into milk mixture. Cook and stir over low heat until thickened; stir in orange peel. Cool CUStard thoroughly, stirring occasionally. AM 1/3 cup Curacao to •reserved cherry syrup. gpr$pk}e evenly over lady aggers. Line 1%-quart glass ' serving dish with f. Layer custard, 1 cherries and Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 6, 19?2 Copyrght 1972 The Kroger Ce, LIBBY'S VEGETABLES 16-oz. Garden Sweet Peas, Id'/joz. Cream Style Yellow Corn, 1 7-or. Whole Kernel Yellow Corn || VALUABLE KROGER COUPON || Kroger Medium GRADE "A" EGGS Salmon on opeii-facei sandwich One* you see our Everyday Discount Shelf Prices on Nationally Advertised Brands, you'll see why Smart Shoppers are switch* ing to Kroger, where you'll lind Disounts on everything except Quality, Courtesy, and Service . . . plus Top Value Stamps GRADE MEDIUM Mcril-SIKi tntti Prices Good 1 thru Saturday Night, September 9, 1972 Quantity Rights Reserved — None Sold To Dealers •••••! WIfh thl* coupon and $5.00 or mor« purchase •xcludlng Itomt pro- gf^^ mm hlblted by law. Limit an* coupon. Expires Saturday Night, Septom- I I *>•' 9, 1975. Subloct to Applicable State and local Solo Tax. 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Cottage Rye or Brown & Serve Dinner Rolls Country Oven Chocolate Chip Angel Food 16-ax. Pkg. Cake CMtk.ii «t Ih. So ICc Chunk Lite Tuna . . . c ~ OCT IV«.d !'/.••«. tiff A«j e Deviled Ham ... c °" XD 0 I Kr.r U-«. £ A OQc Brown Gravy & Beef . . "" 30 Kroger Vac Pac COFFEE CAUB in*. With Jhlt DV-30S SAVE IOC Coupon = Jlf Creamy X PEANUT BUTTER = U-ox. Jar 39c Carnation INSTANT BREAKFAST 3 Flavor* en* ceueea. *• — K&H. a t av» ^* ^" . '•• 16' . •" 39' BOUNTY OR GALA TOWELS Sunihlne Cookies 16-oi. Pk9i With thlt coupon. Limit .... Inplret Saturday Night, Sept. 9, 1972. — Subject to Appllcobl. *** Stale and local Salet Tax. 6-ct. Pkg. 39c 5 With thli covpen. limit en* ceupen. S Cxplrei Saturday Night, Sept. 9, 1972, S Subject to Applicable State and local Salei Tax. Sugar, Lemon, Oatmeal )uSl _Jr B&auty.^ SAVE 18c With This Coupon Jumbo Roll Pe<li.|. Drink Mh Drink Aid Kroger Frozen PEAS or CORN p'oT'H Beans . . . -" 16' FREE FDS Anti-Perspirant Deodorant with purchase of 3-or. FDS Feminintt Deodorant 73< PRESOAK BIZ DV-30= — LJlllllllllilillillllllillllillllUiiiiiiil - ruTirrvHScrRTo^oOIIIIIII^ SAVE lOc ROYAL VIKING PASTRIES DV ' 3 ° (6 Varietlei) ~ With thli coupon, limit one coupon. — Expire! Saturday Night,,. 9, 1972. S Su>|ect to Appllcobl. p St.t. and local Satet Tax. LJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll Pkg. lOc OFF With this coupon. Limit one coupon Ixplroi Saturday Night, Sept 9, 1972. Subject to Applicable State and local Salet Tax. • CRISCO . SHORTENING lO-ox. Pkgs. n ,... . ...,,,,«,,, a-oi. BI.VV Right Guard c>n 00 Tgorh Pvllih AOy Pearl Drops 3 " " 5>0 Alka-Seltzer "^'47* 100 Count AA, Bayer Aspirin "' OO Heinz Cider Vinegar . '"" 37 C Arrld Extra Dry Deodorant A>eiv Powder . . . . Con 3-e*. Prell Concentrate Shampoo or 7-o«. Prell Liquid Shampoo Efferdent 60-ct. ft"! • Tablets ---- BoM " 97 C Mitt Breck 13-ox. Hair Spray . . . Can Regular, Super, Untc.nted, Super Untcent.d K«OCI« COUrOH 58 e pn SAVE 14c ^L* SOS PADS With thli coupon, limit one coupon, fxplret Saturday Night, Sept. 9, 1972. Subject to Applicable Slate and Local Salot Tax. Bonus Buy! HEINZ Ketchup ASSORTED FLAVORS CAUE tTr w " h Thi * »AVt Z/C Cewpen Ketty Crocker PIE CRUST STICKS ="" SAVE 23« With TW * • » »*•••• JtWV Coupon. Regular or Mint l - ] 14-oz. -> With thli cevpen. limit ene ceupe"- = = s Ixplrtt Saturday Night, $»pt 9, 1972. X X S Sub|ect to Appllcobl. X X ft*Mt« «H^ t*.»«r c«i«. v_. ••> ^ E s CREST TOOTHPASTE = X X i'Oi. *1A« X = = Tub. 3VC = ?? ^ With thit coueon. limit .ne X State and lecaf Salei Tax. S yflth thlt coupon, limit ene ceupon. Explr.t Saturday Night. Sept 9, 1972. Subl.ct to Applicable p Stele end local Salei Ten. LJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII tra Bonus Buy! PARKAY tra Bonus Buy! tra Bonus Buy ! Frozen Chunk lite Soft Tub Margarine TWIN POPS STAR KIST TUNA 12-ct |£ tra Bonus Buy ! libby'i FRUIT COCKTAIL 16-oz. I J^tra Bonus Buy! INSTANT NESTEA 3 or. I "The faster 1 'go, behinder I get," could well b* the theme song o£ today's busy career women and hurried homemakers. lit this hurry-scurry world never seems to be enough t to do all that is scheduled, Homemakers today wear many hats such as cook, chauffeur, hostess, laundress,' teacher, and den-mother. They' frequently work outside the. home as well. This leaves very little time for leisure or relaxation. When this happens, homemakers to the know say "It's Time For/ Seafood" because these smart gals are aware that tender, quick-cooking fishery products' save their precious time. Canned fishery products are always appropriate when time .is short, and canned salmon in particular is a bonanza for nourishing, satisfying, quick- fix entrees any season of the year. Versatile, shelf-ready canned salmon is delightful to eat just as it comes from the can, and it also lends its savory goodness to other foods in combination entrees such as salads, sandwiches, or casseroles. This fish for all seasons contains an abundance of high- quality protein and essential minerals and vitamins. The small amount of fat in canned salmon is polyunsaturated, the type accepted and recommended by the medical profession. Open a can of salmon and enjoy it in a tasty Salmon Alaska entree. This open- faced, broiled sandwich is great for lunch, brunch, or a late evening snack. The flaked salmon perches on tomato slices and toast and is crowned with a lemony-mayonnaise meringue. A few minutes under the broiler until lightly browned,' and delectable Salmon Alaska is ready to serve. This snow-on- the-mountain sandwich is great eating, and there will probably be demands for seconds — better plan it that way! SALMON ALASKA 1 can (1 pound) salmon 1 cup mayonnaise or salad dressing 2 tablespoons lemon juice I 1 2 teaspoons parsley flakes Dash cayenne pepper 2 egg whites 6 tomato slices 6 slices white bread, toasted Drain salmon. Remove the skin and bones. Flake the salmon. Combine mayonnaise, lemon juice, parsley, and pepper. Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry. Fold mayonnaise mixture into beaten egg white. Place a tomato slice on each piece of toast. Cover tomato with salmon. Place sandwiches on a bake and serve platter, 16 by JO inches. Spoon mayonnaise mixture over each sandwich. Broil about 12 inches from source of heat for 6 to 8 minutes or until lightly browned. Makes 6 servings, Cooking is fun By CECILY BROWNSTONE AP Food Editor RANGETOP DINNER Chicken rolls with Cumberland sauce Steamed rice Green peas Melon cup Beverage CHICKEN ROLLS A famous sauce adds delicious flavor. 6 whole broiler-fryer chicken breasts, boned I 1 2 teaspoons salt 4 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons minced onion 2 tablespoons minced parsley 2 tablespoons dried tarragon Paprika 1 tablespoon slivered orange rind 1 cup orange juice 6 tablespoons currant jelly '4 teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons cold water 1 tablespoon cornstarch Sprinkle inside of chicken breasts with 1 teaspoon of the salt. Cream together 2 tablespoons of the butter, onion, parsley and tarragon; spread on the inside of each breast. Overlap the sides and fasten with wooden picks or poultry pins. Sprinkle the outside with remaining > z teaspoon salt and paprika. Melt remaining 2 tablespoons butter in a large skillet; add chicken and brown on all sides over moderate heat. Add orange rind and juice, jelly and mustard. Cover and simmer until tender—about 20 minutes. Remove chicken and keep warm. Stir together water and cornstarch until smooth; add to skillet and cook, stirring constantly, until thickened and clear. Pour sauce over chicken. Makes 6 servings.

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