Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 82
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 82

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AU. EDM tufes* 42 fhi Arizona Republic Phwalx, Wed., NOT. I, Penthouse buns lift breakfast In approximately fifteen minutes, you can have fragrant, hot buns with colorful California pitted prunes nesting in a hollow made with the back of a spoon. Like most convenience foods, this hot bread looks and tastes as though you have spent hours in its preparation, when in reality, it was only a few minutes. They are marvelous served with eggs and hot coffee. The prunes add their own natural sugar, moisture and flavor. They take the buns up from the ground floor, into the penthouse class. You will find pitted prunes so easy to use. Just measure the amount called for in the recipe, and they are ready and all set to go. The work of pitting has been done for you. We offer two versions of Prune Breakfast buns. You may choose to make just one kind, or because they are so tempting, make them both. Whichever route you elect to go. We think you won't be disappointed. PRUNE BREAKFAST BUNS *k cup chopped pittted California prunes 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon grated orange rind % teaspoon cinnamon Vt cup chopped nuts 1 package refrigerator biscuits Combine prunes, sugar, grated orange rind, cinnamon and nuts. Place biscuits on greased cookie sheet. Bake in 375 degree (moderately hot) oven 5 minutes. Remove bis- cuts from oven and make a large hole in the center of each. (Use the back of a soup spoon). Fill with one tablesp- pon prune mixture. Return to oven and bake about 10 Mn- utes or until light brown 1 package refrigerator biscuits 10 pitted California prunes Cinnamon sugar 2 tablespoons butter or margarine Place biscuits on greased cookir, sheet. Bake in 375 degree (moderatly hot) oven 5 minutes. Remove biscuits from oven and make a large hole in the..-center of each. (Use back of soup spoon). Roll each prune in cinnamon sugar. Place In hole and dot with butter, Return to oven and bake about 10 minutes or until light brown. Baked eggplant beautifully seasoned and attractively presented can be the match of any food '1 bought an eggplant. .. now : MRS. E. W. LOUGHLAND, Bullhead City, writes: •; "We are very fond of eggplant, but it never looks very appetizing. How can I make '; it-look pretty?" ' And Mrs. Gill Downen 'asks: "I bought an eggplant. what?" <•" Here are two recipes that' T;'not only look good, but 'taste T-'good — if you like eggplant, -I-. that is. Get out of that 'one- I ^track rut, ladies, with, these ;~: interesting no-fish -recipes ' -"that will delight your family.,. BEARED STUFFED EGG- t PLANT ' v 2 eggplants ^'i , - .;• Vz cup chopped onion <•". ' > I" ••> 4 tbsp. butter ^ *"-. % cup soft bread crumbs - , 1 tsp. salt 1" " : , ; dash of pepper v .: 2 tbsp. A.I. Steak Sauce; - , X- 1 2 can whole kernel corn >-(2%cups) , . Lookot . ' wine labels Vi cup sliced stuffed olives % 'cup grated American cheese Wash eggplant and slice in half lengthwise; parboil 15 minutes. Remove center, and shop well. Brown chopped center in butter with crumbs, salt and pepper, Add A.I., 'corn and olives to mixture in pan and "mix well. Fill eggplant sheets with this mixture and top with grated cheese. 'Place in" baking dish and bake in hot oven (400° for 20 minutes..Serves 4-6. ' CHEESE SOUP 2 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp. flour . % tsp. salt " . , dash pepper 4 cups milk % Ib. Cheddar cheese 1 tbsp'. minced chives 1 tbsp. A.I. Steak Sauce Melt butter; blend in flour, salt, pepper, and, A.I. Gradually add milk. Cook over hot .water, "stirring until thickened. Add cheese and continue stirring until cheese melts. Garnish with minced chives. Serves 4-6. Try this vegetable idea to serve with barbecued roast of lamb or pork. BARBECUED EGGPLANT 1 small eggplant 3 slices bacon, cubed .1 small onion '% cup tomato steak sauce "\l teaspoon seasoned salt Leave skin on the eggplant and cut in Vs" slices. Put in enough cold water to cover slices along with %,teaspoon salt. Weigh the slices down with a cover. Let stand 15 minutes. Drain. Use"a disposable foil broiler pan. Put cubed bacon on the bottom; ~ slices of eggplant and thin slices of onion sprinkled with seasoned salt and steak sauce. Cover the pan ,with foil, sealing around the top. Put on grill when the. charcoal has turned gray. Allow 20-25 minutes, depending on the fire, to cook this mixture. Shake, the pan. frequently. Makes 44 servings. If you do not have the disposable broiler pans, the ingredients can be divided and put in a foil packet. USDA Swiss Steak 63 69 C Ib CORN KING OQC Bacon O 3lb PAUL WEST MKT. 523 N. 20th Street ART PROF. TIBOR KALMAN DIRECTOR ROYAl . ACAD, EMY OF FINE ARTS, BUDAPEST. "GOLDEN PALETTE RING" 8 YEARS TEACHING IN ARIZONA CLASSES NOW FORMING, 3.HOUR SESSIONS. $3.00 PER HOUR. BEGINNING NOV. 4th, 9 TO 12. INFORMATION ^ REGISTRATION. CorntrofN.7th A Sili B M" School Rd. • • . Aa«" on Brothers Art Galleries o7 ^ lndian Schoo| Roa master charge II Optn I f II lill fhun. Itel Sun, 1MI to I 265-3247 Bafance your p — and your budget TRAPPEY'S SUGARY SAM YAMS 7; if/ One of nature's finest foods Serve offen. Here's why: Sugary Sams are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Iron, Riboflavin, Niacin, Calcium. These are fine Louisiana cut yams — 'economical, too. Man.' They're good eating! B,F. TRAPPEY'S SONS, INC. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA TRAPPEY'S FINE FOODS t - Whether or not there's a '/list, whenever the selection is • small try to look at the labels *-; before choosing. Steer clear •I of Beaujolais more than two ' or three years old. The same >-goes for Chablis and most • 'pther white wines. When >:there's a choice between just •."••a. plain Beaujolais and one ''with another word in the ; name like Julienas or Mor- •~gon, Fleurie or Brouilly, take ; .the latter. V IT• : ; If you can get an American I varietal — a wine with a •*grape name like Cabernet ; Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Pinot ; : Chardonnay or Johannisberg • . Riesling — you'll probably >have a better wine than the .imported wine offered at the • same price. •"•'. When the list includes a 'Bordeaux chateau it will ["probably be a better wine • "than a shipper's Pommard or > another Burgundy in the •,,'same price range. (Estate > bottled Burgundies are rarer ; r 'than Bordeaux.) : If you're dining in an Ital•"Ian restaurant you may do ^better drinking the cheapest >Jtalian wine, the wine every"tone else is drinking, poured >'from a jug at the bar. The •*same for Spanish, Greek and ''"•others. ; ; Apple, wine inmate nicely > SHERRIED STUFFED ! APPLES •»• *; 4 firm, fresh cooking apples ; . V4 cup sugar X<8 maraschino cherries, Chopped ! % 24 roasted, blanched al* ; jiionds, chopped > 4 drops almond extract ' ( ¥4 cup sherry %Cut apples in half. Remove ^cores and fill each half with a •'pUxture made by combining • jsugar, cherries, almonds and ; •almond extract. Place apples •'4n shallow baking dish; pour ''.''}• tablespoon sherry over each -.lialf. Bake in a moderately* ,*sjk>w oven (325°) for 15-30 •-.minutes, or until tender but >jjot soft. You can substitute liesrs, but make certain they sJtill slightly green. Serve or CQW, topped with Now you can buy Downyflake frozen breakfast items in the large family size packages. With Downyflake it's easy to serve a different breakfast every morning. Or serve three different Downyflake favorites at the same breakfast, as a breakfast Smorgasbord! it's new .. and Thrifty has it! NECESSAIRE by DuBarry Feminine Hygiene Deodorant NECESSAIRE Is a unique spray mist NECESSAIRE Is gentle and delicate NECESSAIRE keeps you fresh and confident hours longer )QOO 3,5 oxii fUP | BREAKFAST is only minutes away with DWO AND DISCOUNT STOM5 In your Grocer's FROZEN FOOD CASE.., STORE COUPON SAVE 70 on your next purchase of; 12 Downyflake Waffles or Downyf lake French Toast pr DownyflaRe Panqakes MR. 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