Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 22, 1972 · Page 12
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 12

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 22, 1972
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PAMPA ftAKY NIW* 13 Oth YEAR Thursday. June 22, 1972 Peanut parfait and ice cream pie make nutritious desserts. Desserts For Peanut Nuts By AILEEN CLAIRE NEA Food Editor The goober pea, or peanut, is one of the higher sources of protein. Peanuts make good snacks for children and for adults who are not stringently watching the calories. Those who like peanuts and ice cream will be ecstatic over a Peanut Butter Honey Parfait or a Peanut Butter Fudge Ice Cream Pie. PEANUT BUTTER HONEY PARFAIT 1 cup peanut butter Mr cup honey Vz teaspoon ground ginger 1 quart vanilla Ice cream Peanuts Combine peanut butter, honey and ginger. Alternate layers of peanut butter mix- ture and ice cream in parfait glasses. Chill thoroughly. Sprinkle top with peanuts and serve. Makes 6 servings. PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE ICE CREAM PIE 1 Mi quarts vanilla Ice cream 1 baked 9-inch pie shell 1 cup (Mt pint) heavy cream Vi cup peanut butter 4 squares semi-sweet chocolate (4 oz.) Spoon ice cream into baked and cooled pie shell. Freeze to keep hard. Combine remaining ingredients and cook over low heat while stirring until sauce is thick and smooth. Cool. When ready to serve spoon sauce over ice cream pie. L e t stand at room temperature for 15 to 30 minutes before cutting into wedges. Makes 6 to 8 servings. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) DANISH MEAT BALLS - They're called Fricadeller and youngsters in Denmark, like the one shown here, enjoy eating them hot or cold. The Art o/ Cooking Danish Meat Balls By Cecily Browns tone Associated Press Food Kditor Danish Meat Balls, called Fricadeller, is the most popular of all meat dishes in Denmark. And American cooks, too. find that it's worth knowing how to make this main course. Of all the recipes lor Krica- deller. the one that appears in "The Art of Danish t'ooking' by Nika Standen Hazclton (Doubleday) suits us best. Mrs. Hazelton's book has authentic recipes because while sh§> was gathering material for ft. she learned to speak and read Danish and lived in private homes in Denmark as well as in Danish inns and hotels. Mrs. Hazelton says this about Fricadeller: "There are as many ways of making frikadel- ler as there are cooks in Denmark. Fricadeller are eaten hot or cold. They should be light. and one of the secrets of lightness is to use soda water in the mixture. They can be made entirely of one kind of meat if desired." DANISH MEAT BALLS (Frikadelieri 1/2 pound boneless raw veal or beef 1/2 pound boneless raw pork 1 medium-size onion 3 tablespoons flour 1 1/2 cups (about) club soda 1 egg. well beaten 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 6 tablespoons butter Run meats and onion twice through the electric meat grinder or 4 times through the finest blade of a band grinder. Stir in flour: beat thoroughly. Gradually beat in club soda, 2 tablespoons at a time, beating constantly to aerate mixture. Beat in egg. salt and pepper. Beat mixture until puffy. In a large skillet heat the butter. Drop heaping tablespoons of the meat mixture in patty shape, into the hot butter. Fry slowly until browned on all sides. Serve hot with boiled or sugar-browned potatoes and red cabbage or pickled beets. You can clarify butter by melting it in a saucepan. Skim off the foam on top and strain the rest through several layers of cheesecloth. Store the clarified butter in the refrigerator and use as needed. Ir CfClir MOWNStONf A> Food !*>«• THE BRIDE COOKS DINNER Beef Patties Wagon Wheels Green Peas Salad Bowl Fruit Beverage WAGON WHEELS 1 cup wagon wheel macaroni 2 tablespoons butter 1/4 cup light cream 1/4 cup (or more) Parmesan cheese Cook the macaroni in boiling salted water until tender; drain. Return macaroni to saucepot and add the cream; cook over low heat, stirring often, until cream is absorbed. Stir in the cheese Makes 2 servings. HURCH (CORNER OF WEST & KINOSMILL) YOUTH-LED REVIVAL HEAR THIS OUTSTANDING YOUTH TEAM SERVICES: JUNE 23, 24-8:00 P.M. JUNE 25-11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. -FEATURING- LARRY GIIMORE AND BRUCE HYSMITH LARRY GIIMORE (PREACHER) BRUCE HYSMITH (SINGER) BLITZ - 6:15 P.M. THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY YOUTH RALLY - 8:00 THURSDAY GUEST SINGING GROUPS LADIES SUMMER STYLE Gowns & Pajamas Regular »2.99 1" Baby Doll Pajamas Shorty Gowns SAVE NOW IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SEASON LADIES BESTFORM GIRDLES Reg to 4.00 166 White & Colors Sizes S-M-l-Xl DRASTIC REDUCTIONS TNMU-OUT STORE LADIES POPULAR BODY SUITS Reg. to 5.00 *7.00 SAVE NOW IN THK MIODLI Or THE SEASON Solids ft Six* patterns S-M-t WOMENS ACRYLIC Reg o 9.99 77 Easy Care Blk, Bro, Blonde THE VALUES HERE ARE HOTTER THAN THAN THE WEATHER! SHOP FROM 9 TO 9 WHERE YOU REAT-THE-HEAT OF HIGH PRICES WITH UNBEATARLE VALUES! 1 ON THESE SUMMER SIZZLERS REDUCED AS MUCH AS 50% TO CLEAR Boys Sport Shirts Reg. 2.99 ....1.33 3 px. Luggage Sets Reg. 19.99 ...12.88 Interior Paint Reg 2.99 1.50 Mens Slacks Reg. To 12.00 5.00 Hall Runners Req. 2.99 1.50 Ladies Robes & Gowns Reg 12.00 ...5.00 Ladies Slips 1/2 Slips Reg. 3.00 ...50' Ladies Hose Reg. 29' .11' MENS SOLID COLOR Western Shirts Regularly 5.99 Now Sale Priced 188 Washable Perma Press Sizes S-M-l Woman* Stretch Panty Hose Reg: 1.00 Now Sale Priced One Size Fits All END-OF-THE-SEASON CLOSE-OUT PRICES ENTIRE STOCK LADIES SWIM SUITS Reg to 13.00 Now Sale Priced 1 A 2 PC Styles Reg t Bikini ENTIRE STOCK Ladies Sportswear '3 Off 2 A 3 pc Sport Sets HOT PANT SETS FLORAL QUEEN SIZE SHEETS 2-5'" NO IRON •• FRINGED VELOUR Bath Towels 2-3.00 Floral Trim 1 Rack Ladies Sportswear Reg. to 5.00 2-3.00 Shorts Tops Etc. GREAT"...DOESN'T EVEN BEGIN TO DESCRIBE THE SAVINGS! COME SEE! 81/2 x 111/2 Room Size TWEED RUGS Regularly 14" $1QOO Foam Rubber Back EVAPORATIVE ROOM COOLERS Reg. 29.99 22" Reg 24.99 18" COTTON A ACRYLIC SINGLE KNITS Reg. 99< Large Selection MENS SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts Reg. 3" 49 1 Perma Press Sizes S-M-L - CHARGE ITAT Levines -.2207 PERRYTON PARKWAY

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