Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1968
Page 21
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ALfOff EVENING They afe any fdiffi of food-alone of to a mixttiw to save turtle in cooking. To go A iimfeifutthfer^they are all items of *ood<< Wft<tjr to eat, such AS canned foods/ erackeft, cakes instant coffee to te« ( «tc. Have Been Artttid * iCo'nvenlence fhods In them* selves ait 1 ' not new; they have t&n used for himftreds of yean i# the forth of Wed fruits, dded meats, grourid corn, that mate ootiklng easiet for early homemakers who had started from "scratch." Mohth by month ijiore convenience foods appear In our marked Many do faofi last the year, and" disappear.A Others, which are rtioderately A priced and contribute real he^>, join the ranra of dtandbys. Here In our teswtchen we test .many of these Vewi foods, and report the most successful In time and money-saving. If 'they do not meet our high standards, they are not mentioned. New cake mixes .appear often. A Sunktet chiffbn cake of good texture keeps moist' and meets our standards. The accompanying icing is. delicious and easy to use; and the cost Is moderate. A .group of three new muffin mixes is attractive:Rye pinner Muffin Mix, Cheese Dinner Muffin Mix and White Dinner'Muf- fin Mix. All three call for added egg and.milk. Note that the word "dinner" appears In the title. As the muffins are unusually .large, we would consider them better suited to serve at luncheon or breakfast All these forms are exceptionally good when split, ^toasted and buttered, ilr was a welcome change to taste the rye muffins; rye is a wonderful flour that should be used more of ten. EspedaDy Seasoned ^Quick-cooking rice turned up in three forms: Spanish Bice Mix, Rib Roast Rice Mir, .and Drumstr'ck'Hlce with Vermicelli. Bach one Is seasoned to.add zest to the "taste of the meat It accompanies. The packages conveniently list the percentages of an. adult's dally requirement, and the calories for a prepared serving. '"' From two sources come canned tomato in new forms: One, sliced baby tomatoes; a second one, cut Into wedges. A new process' produces canned tomato thatVis firm, yet tender, with alt its natural red color. They can bf used Just like fresh tomatoes.'. , In maiw caies the convent* ence foods cod more than the Ingredients needed for a similar home-made dish, adding from 10 per centjipl per cent fo the food bill But If your time Is . worth money, and you are a busy v > career woman, you may find the wrtra expense Justified and worthwhile. TOMORROW'S DINNER (based on convenience foods) t Tomato Aspic \ (from a gelatin mix) Cheese Crackers ' Ri)ast Broiler Fryers (purchased ready-cooked) Special Stuffing (see Chef) Creole Stuffed Potatoe s Measaraments level; i for I _^_ POTATOtS 6 CallfqnO|i Long White I • • pot&tbes "' 1 medlumrislze green •• < pepper, diced 1 medium-size tomato, % medium-size peeled onion, -^ c. butter or margarine ; 1% tbsp. mayonnaise : 2 tsp. salt ;y 4 tsp. ground \VWte pepper ; garlic, fine-minced '; Wa^h potatoes wjd A w|pe , Pake 1 or. or until tender in " ' • ' -* pv«i (400 deg afewpjet tomato'for saute THE ,o serv§ ••*""" "iT"'-!!!]^"- ' CMfeF'S SPECIAL Sft^tlNO as a gafwsh arotmd 4 oz. all-purpose 6«iid stoffiiligA .s-/;• ;.-.•.., 2 tbsp, mdted buttet of ffla^aWflfr ••'•••' c, MMt# . tbsp. chopped cJMvcfi: V 4 c, iine-cnoi)pcd cooked bacon 1 egg, beaten 02. all-pufpose bread stufling(addJttonal) roiled to fine crumbs Mix first 6 ifigreaiente, und let .stand 10 min. stir sevetal into found balls 2 tbsp eath, and roll to fine c^mbs. Let stand 10 min. to firm coating. Place in 7"xll» well-oiled baking pan; bake 25 min in moderate oVeft, 880 degrees S 1 ,, of ufiUl bfdwn* ed. Turn once, serve as a garnish to tbe dilcken. JUPITER! leyi I toll SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS OOXVM'OtVN ALTON TUESDAY ONLY Jtlly 2, 'tW8 REG.S1.S7 PRESCRIPTIONS Alt on* s Most U ortern Pkntmnry 1810 If ATI ST. NORTH ALTON OW4U4W1 WHOLE ITS PICNIC FVN. TIME! fryers 29 CUT-UP M^YROSE SLICED COLD-CUTS Tour Choice! LARGE BOLOGNA & lk CCo SPICED LUNCHEON .. . V? JUMBO THURINGER COOKED SALAMI MINCED HAM OLD FASHIONED LOAF PARTICIPATING STORES Collift Ava. AD Markat 8124 College Ave., Alton 168-8108 Elm Street AQ Markit Elm and Alby Sts., Alton Dial 462-8018 MAYROSE SLICED BACON * • . f MAYROSE WIENERS Lb. MAYROSE FULLY COOKED MAYROSE HAM SHANK HALF.. 59c CENTER CUT HAM, SLICED... u 99* Floyd'a AG Mirkat Ird and Penning;, Wood River, Cloved Wednesday fioldman's A6 Markit 1324 Highland, Alton Dial 465-8622 Neuhaus A-Q Markit tOl Shamrock St., East Alton, Dial 259-7214 Rain's AQ Food Mart 999 E. Elm St.. Alton Dial 462-082* Smltty's Afi Marktt 720 Edwardsvtlle Rd , Wood River ni. — Open Sundays and Holidays Third St. AG Markit 120 Third St., East Alton, 254-4511 Uptown AG Markit 2824 Humbert/Alton, ffl. Dial 465-1211 NOTICE: MOST 'AG CLOSED THURSDAY, JULY 4TH! Made by Colonial! Betsy Ross Wiener or 790 ^ CHUCK STEAKS Hamburger Buns 2-49 1 Made by Colonial! Betsy Ross Pound Loaves Shurfine! — A Real Thirst Quencher! Save 40c - Perfect Dessert Bordens or Pevely LEAN AND MEATY Canned*! Soda I Giant Gallon Scott Towels . Scotties 200s . Betty Crocker Cake Heinz BBQ Sauce Spam . . 3 "-.*•• 7QC !*«•. JT» V '*«• Mi Call's Tea Bags . 49<= Kraft Miracle Whip . Food King Oleo . . Kas Potato Chips . fl.G. Mustard . . ."' ',"•.'- / • • AH. Coffee . . Apple Sauce (all flavors) . Save 36c! Charcoal Briquets Quart 2-lb. pkgs. £?49c •sr 699 .as*. Real Savings! Reynolds Wrap / 2 26 Fool A.Ck C Rolls "T9 Everybody's Favorite! Van Camp Pork & Beans FROZEN FOODS- Mr. 0, (Monay Saver) 3-2 few u. $100 1 •'AND VEGETABLES- EXTB* FANCY • FlORIDA • 10116 EARS GOLDEN BANTAM v^for 6 300 Sin Out 87 i V! V ,'V " HAM* ftHMJfr^***'''' TOMATOli LaTTUCI -»' »12' u«i Iff p t • • Save Now! NIWPOTATOIS 10-5* Ywr ftAIIN ONIONS CUCUMHM Pwsy ftMIN flfMIS Ixtrf Zwt It C0K» AID RADI9HIS f«f «lanfe upon Paper Cups and Napkins for your f JJoJ^ay^

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