The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1954 · Page 27
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May 9, 1954

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 27

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Men Can't Cook? Chef Club Proves They Can By Winnie C!».rV Who said men can't be trusted in the kitchen? Men like to cook and a few of them are good,at it. A group of Smoky Hill Air Force base men think cookirg is so much fun they organized a chapter of a cooking club with a fancy name, Societe d'Escoffier. Talented Chefs TO be a member of this exclusive organization of the world's most talented chefs, the men had to prove their ability in the kitchen. Each of the chefs has - a specialty. With the title of "La Chef Prima" Maj. Mitchell Stublarec, 1309 Cheyenne, is top chef. He wears his tall white culinary cap fully extended to signify bis high position. Charcoal broiled steak is his specialty. "Anyone can cook a good steak if he has a piece of fine quality meat to start with" says Maj Stublarec. A Hot Fire ! "AU> on do is use plenty of sea soning, salt, pepper, garlic and a hot fire," he adds. The major knows his cuts of meat because he was in the meat business some years before going into the air force. Loin cuts such as dub, porterhouse and sirloin are best be says, Major Stublarec, like other: chefs, "fools around a little" in the kitchen at home when he has 1 time. Most of the wen cook with Ideas "from out of their hats" instead of out of a cookbook. However, Texas and Spanish-j Mexican cookbooks are.used by< Lt. Henry Brown, "1313 Kiowa. He. makes Bar-B-Q Beans and Chile us- 1 ing the basic recipe from out of the book. Then he modifies it to suit his taste. Good Cook •"• "A very good cook in the kitch en" according to his wife, Lt "Brown likes to broil - and frj meats. Good food also is a specialty of . Capt. Arlington Schleget, Camp Phillips. Thus his -Societe title is "Feels Qualified." -At home he and his wife "love to cook any. thing especially new foreign recipes." . • Two other high-ranking c_o o k s specialize in food they call "Spaget and meata balls" and '.'Omelette avee champignon." "Fully Qualified" Maj. Robert Carpenter, 852 Chpctaw, makes the spaghetti dish and the eggs are whipped up by "Master Chef" Lt. Col. Nicholas Rifkin, 520 E. Bond. Cooking nothing but hot dogs, Lt. James Rogers, Bachelor Officers Quarters, was crowned with the title of "low chef." Salads make Lt. Howard Frohman, 303 S. Santa Fe, "semiskilled." , . . To complete the salads, Lt. Thomas ftmningham. Officers Quarter, specializes in salad dressing. Lt. Col. H. L. McClatchey, 1209 Norton, listed his specialty as cold callards. Puzzled? His wife was, too. "He never cooks anything like that at home." Since this is still an Air Force Quarters, and Lt. John Hinds, 850 Navaho. , 1 T \S1ES GOOD— Maj Samuel Diai^ono of (he Smoky Hill Hearth chapter of Societe d'Kscot- fier samplci his onn cook-tag. (JOUIVNU, PHOTO) organization the men haven't es-i together over hot -water. Let cool caped "on the 300 training " Maj. Samuel : Dragone, Bachelor Officers'Quarters, despite the fact his title is."no appetite," is learn- Sift the flour, baking powder, and salt. Beat eggs.until light. Add sugar to the cool chocolate mixture and. blend. Add flour, ing to cook eggs and hamburgers,)eggs, vanilla and nuts and mix (on-the-job-training). An "o.ldjwell. (Major Thornton saves some master", Maj. John Curtis,, 1601 S. 9th, specializes in anything. . ' Two Novices The group has two novices, Lt. of the nuts,for .the top of the brownies.) Bake iti a greased 8 by 8 baking pan in a moderate, 550 degrees Leo Stevens^ Bachelor Officers I oven for 30 to 35 minutes. Cool and cut in squares. Makes about 14 2-inch brownies. Every group of cooks needs a j dishwasher. Lt. Joseph Palmer,! 320 Woodlasvn, has the honor with! pots and pans as his speciality. A general handyman, Lt. Charles Middleton, 1431 W. Republic, specializes in general help and serving. Brownies are a favorite dish for'j Maj. John M. Thornton, 808 Osage. His recipe is: ' Brownies % c«p shortening 2 chocolate squares .% .cup sifted flour %'teaspoon baking powder % teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup nuts coarsely cut Melt shortening and chocolate Cooking i Is Fun \*mm By C«ily Browretton* SUNDAY BRUNCH Cube Steaks Mashed Potatoes Green Beans milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla. 2 eggs. Method: Sift together flour sugar, baking powder and salt mix with graham cracker crumbs Place shortening in a bowl. Ad dry ingredients, milk and vanilla mix until dry ingredients • are dampened. Beat 2 minutes in elec trie mixer or 300 strokes by hanc Add eggs and beat 1 minute in mixer or.150 strokes by hand. Pou into 2 greased paper-lined 8-inc layer cake pans. Bake in moder ate (375F) oven about 25 minute or until cake tester, inserted in cen ter. cOmes out clean. Turn out on cooling rack; remove waxed paper at once. When cold, fill and frost In Our Town By Kitty Ad*ro» New Dessert Ever serve orange or grapefruit sections with stewed raisins? This combination tastes good as aj breakfast fruit or as dessert at| lunch or dinner. j Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page 11—The Salina Journal Beet and Lettuce Salad Bread and Butter Graham Cracker Cake Beverage Graham Cracker Cake |" Jewell Couple To Celebrate Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Gust Kleiner will celebrate their 60th wedding amii- ,. versary May 16 at their farm four miles west of Jewell. Mrs. Ow»r Llndforj, .Oakland laltf, has been a guest of Mr and Mrs. J. C. Lindfors and son Jamie, Assaria. Mrs. Lindfors had attended the National Nursing Convention in Chicago where she was a specis delegate and served as chairman ot the private duty section of the California State Nurses Associa :ion. Last week", she was newly elected to the nominating commit ee of the American Nurses association. A series of social affairs attend ed by friends of many years stand- ng is marking the visit to Salina if Mrs. Minnie Marshall and her son, Charles Marshall. They are mother and brother/6j Mrs. Earl Woodward and are guests at the Woodward home, 127 Overhill. Thursday night Mrs.. Theodore Vorsley entertained at dinner at Ke Salina Country Club as a cour- esy to Mrs. Marshall and her son. Mrs. X'. J. Barrett gave a small uncheon at Wiegners.one day last week for Mrs.-Marshall, and the oliowing day she was honor guest t a luncheon at the Lamer at which Mrs. Ed Jones was hostess. Other parties are planned for bis week. Mrs. Marshal!, who lived in Sa- iha before moving to Sacramento, making her first visit here in about seven years. Tins is Mr. Marshall's first visit in 18 years. Mrs, William Lowe and her :hildren, William jr., and Marilyn, ,os Alamos, N.Mex., arrived "Saturday night to spend two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ytyron H... Schindler, 515 \V. Clafin. Mrs. Lowe was accompanied by icr mother-in-law, Mrs. Irwin Lowe, Los Alamos, who is also a ;uest at the Schindler home. Mrs. William Lowe is the former Jane Scbindler o£ Salina. . "". Mrs. George Garland, .former Salina resident urtio lives in Kan;as City, Mo., is spending the weekend here. -jt j»_ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dodge, 725 S. Santa Fe, left Saturday morn ing for New York City, N. Y. T will be guests there of their daugh ters, Mrs. Robert Pearson and Mr Pearson, and Mrs. Brad Thomp son and Mr. Thompson. A number of Salina men, mem bers of the Jesters club of th Shrine, arc at BarUesviUe, Okla. as guests of the Tulsa Court of Jesters. They are being entertained a Wolaroc, the Phillips Petroleum Company ranch near Barllesville Among those going from hen [Friday are W. L. Ganssle, Glenn Bramwell, C. B. Dodge, Ben Strickler, North McArthur, Lclant Srack, and Ralph Wareham, Man hattan. —j* .it- Mrs. W. E. Ncedcls will be hos (ess at a coffee at 9 am Monday for members of the Fortnight!) section of the 20th Century club The social affair will be at the Needels home southeast of Salina Continued On Page 13 Ingredienis: 2/3 cup sifted flour, cup sugar, 2 ! /z teaspoons baking powder, H teaspoon salt, 1-2/3 cups finely rolled graham cracker crumbs, % cup shortening, »j cup The Salina Mercantile Co, SINCE 3871 (purp lor slender or small If gs. Sita 8 to 10H DISCOUNT ALL ELGIN WATCHES HURRY! Limited Time ONLY! JUMAHA I SNEtir f HI | HUNIU Cumd cnslil H jt»thl I? jtw«lt. EipinsiM bind. 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