Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 18
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July 1, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 18

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Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. IB Men., July 1, 1968 Tossed Salads For Summer Iceberg lettuce is a good base for most tossed salads but the other types of salad greens complement it in texture and flavor. The soft, light green, oily textured butterhead, the leafy bunches of bronze or red, oak- leaf or salad bowl give color and contrast. The Romaine, or Cos, an elongated bunch of leaves, is a sturdy green and especially good served with Roquefort or Blue Cheese dressings. Continental Salad 1 head romaine 1 head iceberg lettuce 1 head butter lettuce 1 bunch of watercress (break off stems if they're top long) J /fe cup sliced green onions 1 (6-oz.) jar artichoke hearts 6 radishes, sliced accordion style 8 mushrooms, raw, washed and thinly sliced Wash and drain vegetables well. Line salad bowl with attractive outer leaves of romaine. Break up remaining romaine, iceberg and butter lettuce with hands into bite-size pieces. Adc watercress, green onions, sliced artichoke hearts, radishes and mushrooms. Toss well with fresh lemon juice-oil dressing until leaves glisten. Makes six to tight servings. Lemon Juice-Oil Dressing 1 clove garlic, minced \\ cup fresh lemon juice 3 /4 cup olive oil 1 tsp. salt % tsp. fresh ground black pepper Place all ingredients in small jar. Shake well. Makes approximately one cup of dressing. Lettuce Bowl 1 head iceberg lettuce 1 tsp. chopped onion 1 tsp. paprika 1 tsp. salt % cup mayonnaise 2. tbsps. French dressing 2 oz. sharp cheddar cheese, grated 2 tomatoes, quartered Break lettuce into bite-sized pieces and place in salad bowl. Combine onion, paprika, salt, salad dressings and cheese. Pour over lettuce and toss well. Garnish with tomato wedges. Makes six servings. Lettuce With Lemon Cream Dressing 1 bunch red leaf lettuce 3 tbsps. sugar J /4 cup lemon juice % cup light cream Wash lettuce and tear into bite-size pieces in salad bowl. Mix sugar and lemon juice, then slowly stir in cream. Pour dressing over lettuce. Garnish with radish slices, if desired. Makes four servings. Wilted Romaine Salad 2-3 slices of bacon 2 tbsps. bacon fat 1 tbsp. wine vinegar Dash of salt 1 head romaine Tear crisp leaves of Romaine into bite-size pieces. Meanwhile, fry bacon until crisp. Cool. Crumble bacon into greens. Meanwhile, dissolve sugar and other ingredients into hot bacon fat. Bring to a boil and pour over greens. Toss until greens are coated. Makes four to six servings. Mandalay Salad oz.) can tuna 1 tsp. lemon juice 1-3 cup mayonnaise 2 tbsps. light cream J /4 tsp. salt Dash cayenne pepper 1 tsp. prepared mustard 1 cup diced celery 1 cup diced, unpeeled apple iceberg lettuce Drain and flake tuna and sprinkle with lemon juice. Combine mayonnaise with light cream, salt, cayenne pepper and mustard. Combine tuna, celery and apples with dressing. Serve on a bed of crisp iceberg lettuce. Pabst History Back in 1897 Pabst decided to expand their business in New York with a big advertising campaign. One writer remembers that— "Every blank wall said: 'Milwaukee beer is Famous —Pabst has made it so." 1 This campaign was followed by the building of the great Pabst hotels and restaurants in New York. The results was that New York Pabst sales in 1901 were nearly three times as great as they were in 1896, but they never did reach the volume of Pabst sales in Chicago. And it was at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 that Pabst was awarded the Blue Ribbon for the worlds best beer. Today Pabst Blue Ribbon beer is brewed by the original formula that won first prize in 1893. John Knobel & Son Dlilributon IIUn*l« Join the big thrift parade to National OPEEN STAMPS OBEEN STAMPS OREEN STAMPS GREEN STAMPS GREEN STAMPS Come on to Nationa and save two ways! 1 SAVE ONCE ON NATIONAL'S EVERY DAY LOW - LOW PRICES! 2 NOW SAVE AGAIN WITH S&H GREEN STAMPS! Here's why we chose AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE tf STAMPS GREEN •TAMP* WE LIKE TO SEE YOU SMILE! And how can you help smiling, when you're taking home the best food values in Town and America's Most Valuable Stamps? You'll love S&H Green Stamps. S&H is America's oldest, most reliable stamp plan, established in 1896. You get a tremendous selection of famous brand gifts at nearby S&H Green Stamp Redemption Centers... And don't forget - it takes only 1200 stamps to fill your book. You're so smart to join more than 35,000,000 other thrifty women who save S&H GREEN STAMPS. We're proud that we can give you America's Most Valuable Stamps, too. We know that you'll be glad that we chose S&H GREEN STAMPS! SET YOUR COURSE FOR TWO WAY SAVINGS EVERY WEEK AT YOUR FRIENDLY NATIONAL STORE! * * * NATIONAL CoodHouukitpini juaro/ifMi /wr/orminn o/ 10 WEST LINDEN ST. 3 Blocks North of Post Office Open Monday-Friday, 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED THURS., JULY 4th

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