The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 19, 1959 · Page 53
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July 19, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 53

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Famlljf WsBMy Oookbook MELANIE DE PROFT , Food Editor FRUIT NABOBS TO PREPARE : 15 MIN. TO BROIL : 8-10 MIN. 3 oranscs, rinsed 3 Urge, firm bananaii with Hlinhlly |ir«cn-llppc«l | N>«I 8 large, firm, canned peach halved, drained Vt cnp lemon or lime juice VA cup ••gar 14 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1. Eight 9-in. skewers will be needed. 2. With a sharp knife, cut the peel and white membrane from oranges. Cut crosswise into eight slices about %-in. thick. Cut each slice in half. 3. Peel bananas and cut into 16 IVi-in. pieces. 4. Cut each peach half in half. 5. Thread pieces of banana, peach, and orange lengthwise on each skewer; repeat. Sprinkle juice and a mixture of the sugar and cinnamon over fruits. Place kabobs in a shallow pan. 6. Broil 4 in. from source of heat 8 to 10 min., or until bananas are lightly browned. If desired, insert large, ripe pitted olives on end of each skewer after broiling. 8 kabobs A terve-youTMelf buffet with all the fixin's—Whipped Cream Waffles, scrambled eggs, Orange-Raisin Muffins, and coffee. ^CNlVIMIMCfl I BOOB 90B rooe MCiff IrtiixiMB TO PREPARE : 15 MIN. 2 I VA Vi 1 TO BAKE : 15 MIN. cup« bullermilk pancake mix laUeapoon Mugar icaKpoon sail cup dark or golden raiiiinii leanpoon grated orange |iecl 1 egg, well beaten •4 cup melted butter 1 cup orange Juice 1. Grease bottoms only of 16 2-in. mufTm-pan wells. 2. Mix together in a bowl the pancake mix, sugar, and salt. Mix in the raisins and orange peel. 3. Blend together the egg, butter, and orange juice. 4. Make a well in center of dry ingredients and add liquid at one time. With not more than 25 strokes, stir quickly and lightly until dry ingredients are barely moistened. (Too much mixing will result in muffins tunnels.) Batter will be lumpy and break from spoon. 5. Cut against side of bowl with spoon to get enough batter at one time to fill each muflTm-pan well two-thirds full; push batter off with another spoon or spatula. Fill any empty wells half-full with water. 6. Bake at 400°F about 15 min., or until golden brown. 16 mucins (Continued) CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH — and Whiter, Brighter,Too ! THAT'S A FAB WASH! Yes, every FAB wash is clean clear (hroiigh—ami whiter, brighter, loo . . . thanks to miracle Duratcx! While some other washday products may gel your clothes surface clean, New l-AB gets out the deep-down dirt that grays your clothes, even after repeated washings! New l-AB gives you far more than merely blejichcd-whitc or blued-whiie washings— h All gives you a really clean wash . . . fresh and sweet-smelling!. . . clean clear tluough— whiter, brighter, too! Yes, that's a FAB wash . .. clean clear through—and whiter, brighter, too! Thastt plcturas show shirt fabric magnifl«d 100 times: tha hlddan dirt loft In tlila fabric waatiad t>y •em* ordinary prodwcta? Dirt bullda up dlnginaaa - laavaa elolhaa leolilng gray and llfalaaa. Ttianlia to amaalng Naw Ouralaii, found in FAB alona, mhktm clothaa ara whltorl -eolora brighlor... cloan claar through, and whitar, brightar, toot FAB with miracle Duratex is the hard-working, heavy-duty detergent In the Gold-Foil Box I

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