Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on April 23, 1943 · Page 14
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THE TOWER KITCHEN MARKET LIST RECIPES 14 THE DETROIT FREE PRESS FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1943 CHECK THESE SUPPLIES Salt, pepper, Worcestershire, vanilla, bread, flour, oatmeal, corn-meal, bread crumbs, drippings, vinegar, soda, baking powder and milk. IVORY FLAKES ' - Z . -r J?-- 5 ul KM VfHiWl LARGE LlsjSjj 2 for 45c IVORY SHOW LARGE 8 2 for 45c LARGE 2 for 45c filed. 10c Giant 63c CAMAY WM Villi U 4 cAJa WW"B CT! 3 bars 20c bS ? Ih. 75c FIDGET Large 2 for 45c Med. 10c b- Giant 63c CHIPSO akes or Granules LARGE 2 for 45c Med. IQo PAAS EGG DYE, 10c WYANDOTTE CLEAHSER 3 for 25c Werk's Powder. .2 for 45c Klek, large, 21c; medium, 12c TAG SOAP, 3 for 17c Palmolive, regular, 3 for 20c. LARGE IVORY SOAP 2 21c Guest Ivory 4 ,or J, Be VORY Size Bar SOAP 3 i.- 20s Crystal White, 4 for 13c Super Suds. !ge. 2 for 45c; med. 10c LAVA SOAP LARGE 10c 7c mmmm OXYDOL LARGE 2 for 45c Med. 10c Giant 63c NORTHERN TISSUE h3 for 17c ORTHR JISSU Northern Towels, 2 for ISc KjlllHiKHMHiKfl? CANS TC LtMOM SCINT PLUMITE xz 21c KIRK'S or P&G JgS SOAP Mfiss an 231 .try I lb. 26c XX 1 1 arenB I I I i I II' F" 1121 mw Tower Kitchen Begins .New Recipe Contest BY GERTRUDE VOELLMIG EVERY RATION -WISE housewife saves meat drippings. To use them effectively she must have good recipes. So, the Tower Kitchen is holding its fifth Ration Recipe Contest on "Recipes Using Bacon or Meat Drippings." The contest opens today. You have until Saturday, May 1, to send in your best "meat-dripping" recipes. During war-time fats are one of our most cherished foods. The largest percentage of those W&M&-na we now pur- Jtioned. We must submit a portion of our red coupons in order to buy lJ them. Getting 3 meat and fat f enough to keep j our families v happy on a 16-1 noint weekly allowance i s, perhaps, the average house- voeuin.g wife's biggest problem. foein' thmy'rt good! r mm ADO WATER MIX tAKI 1 17 tnese Easter Weekend Suggestions Waffles with hot ham-gravy or raisin sauce Creamed ham on waffles Creamed, sliced hard-cooked egK & asparagus on waffles Or just plain waffle By makers of Duff's Gingerbread Mat (TIT Kit? "U"rufZ AH" HAW it aa el r n Thi i the trade-mark to look for oo the package of the crack era and cookie you bur. It stands for fine quality... freshness... delicious flavor. So whether it s Premium or any other biscuit look for the red Nabisco seal. It will acTr disappoint you! Lis No BAKED BY NABISCO NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY By this contest we hope to get recipes which will help you stretch your red coupons. Most meats, bacon in particular, contain fat. . . . They are an excellent source. This fat, rendered down, strained from roasting pans and skiftets, even skimmed from chicken stock, contains a world of flavor and nutriment. Submit Recipes of Any Type THE BLAND flavored drippings, carefully strained, are grand for baked things such as muffins, pie pastry, breads, cookies and even some cakes. The stronger ones can be used effectively in, vegetable dishes, sauces and soups. Any good recipe . . . the variety is not important . . . which uses bacon or meat drippings may be entered in the new contest. The more effectively the meat drippings are used, the better chance of winning a prize the recipe will have. Prizes are the same for this as for all Ration Recipe Contest. First prize is $10, second $6 and third $4. By conserving and saving all t fats we will be helping our coun try s war effort. Those which we can use should be included in our cookery. The rest belongs to Uncle Sam. Every drop of waste fat we collect in our kitchen is vitally needed for munitions. Sell what you can't use to your butcher. He will send it on its way to war. Winners to Be Announced TOMORROW THE results of the contest on Main Dish Rec- Week-End Shopping List $10.28 APPROXIMATE COST 54 POINTS IX BLUE COUPONS 50 POINTS IN RED COUPONS 1 lb pork kidney (2 points, red coupons) Y2 lb bacon (4 points, red coupons) 4 lb leg of lamb (24 points, red coupons) 13 oz. can tuna fish (6 points, red coupons) 1 bunch radishes 2 lb onions 2 bunches beets 1 head lettuce 1 bunch carrots 1 lb salad greens 1 bunch green onions 1 doz oranges 4 lb apples 1 lb rhubarb 12 oz pkg. frozen peas (4 points, blue coupons) 1 lb frozen strawberries (6) points, blue coupons) No. 2 can tomatoes (16 points, blue coupons) No. 2 can green beans (14 points, blue coupons) No. 2 can corn (14 points, blue coupons) 1 lb brown sugar 2 lb white sugar 1 jar mint jelly 2 pkg butterscotch pudding 1 pkg macaroni 1 pkg noodles 2 lb, rice 5 lb rye flour 1 pkg lime flavored gelatin 1 pkg lemon flavored gelatin 2 lb black-eyed peas 1 lb walnuts 2 lb prunes i lb butter (4 points, red coupons) 1 lb lard (5 points, red coupons) 1 lb margarine (5 points, red coupons) 1 jar French dressing 2 doz eggs (Grade A large) like Tarn . . a ""Si" te- me1 1 pteOultt "Recipes Using Meat or Bacon Drippings" is the subject for the new Ration Recipe Contest which begins today. Drippings can be used in baked goods, soups, sauces, casserole dishes and many other foods. Recipes for all types may be entered. Gingerbread made with bacon drippings is excellent. Frost, cover with creamed cheese or serve with a well flavored fruit sauce. ipes for Eggs will be printed. Watch for them. You may be one of the group of lucky winners. Delicately flavored meat drippings contribute richness to spicy gingerbread. Here are a few sample recipes to give you an Idea of the type you might send to the new contest. Gingerbread 2 c sifted enriched flour 2 t baking powder Vi t salt Ji t soda Jij c sugar Is t gingerbread Vt, t cloves 2 eggs i c molasses Vz c sour milk or buttermilk 'a c melted bacon dripping Sift together flour, baking powder, salt, soda, sugar, ginger, cinnamon and cloves. Beat eggs. Add molasses, sour milk and shortening. Add to flour mixture all at once, mixing thoroughly to a smooth batter. Bake in greased cake pan in a moderate 375-degree oven for 40 to Alone, or with fruit, crisp delicious Kellogg' s Corn Flakes supplement the nutritive elements of milk... help you stretch your milk supply .You need less than a glassful per servmcr. Kelloeg's Corn Makes are restored to WHOLE GRAIN NUTRITIVE VALUES of Thismia (Vitamin Bi). Niacin and Iroa- EAT MORE EGGS FOR BETTER LVNG $m 77k. 6fy,a pood att'4 f. J T .... J. -tffZ $& wAut, fetiu -tutoif. tl AND POULTRY PRODUCTS Use Meat Drippings in V """" v ' " 45 minutes. Yields one eight by eight by two-inch cake. Fresh Vegetable Soup 2 T bacon drippings c chopped onions lJ2 qt. vegetable liquor or meat stock 1 c diced carrots 1 c diced turnips 2 T rice 2 T chopped chives Add onions to bacon drippings and cook until soft but not brown. Add stock or liquor, carrots, turnips and cover and boil gently until vegetables are soft. Strain. Press vegetables through a sieve and add again to stock and bring to a boil. Add rice and boil gently about 20 minutes or until rice is tender. Add chopped chives. Makes about six servings. Creole Sauce 3 T meat drippings Va c chopped green pepper 'g c finely chopped onion 1 clove finely chopped garlic 2 ',2 c stewed tomatoes 1 t chili powder Save time, work, fuel, other foods, too! CORN FLAKES Mifa&y? MM RNlimiNMfl Mfttt fl MIXM tfuLttcC ducted w w Baking 1 t sugar Bay l2af, small piece M t ground cloves 1 t salt M t pepper Heat fat in skillet. Add green pepper, onion and garlic. Simmer five minutes or until soft. Add remaining ingredients and continue cooking over low heat 40 to 50 minutes or until thickened. Makes two cups. tfPVffn MA D7ADAF I m AT aj rnrivnvii, i IS DELICIOUS ON fl i save pienzi or pouizs oecause 1 1 vserue so marw 3 purposes., ideal for Breads, BakUiq. Pan Fruiruf and jail Cooking w M S3 1 The amount of sugar each ration stamp permits you to buy is set by the government after a careful survey of both our present and future sugar resources. Your government expects and has made full provision for you to use your full sugar allotment. Moreover in these stressful days, families need the energy provided by sugar nature's storehouse of energy. So buy and then use all of the Michigan Made Pure Sugar the Suarose Energy Foodthat your ration stamps permit. You will thus be giving your family needed food and at the same time giving your support to the Michigan farmers and workers who grow and process this vitally important product. Listen to Edgar A. Guest tack Monday and Wednesday 10 A. M. wXYZ FAUUKS AND tUNUFACTUKIKS IHT SU6AI ASSOCIATION, SAGINAW. MICHIGAN I V M 1 t Ammunition from Kitchen Waste kitchen fats are needed for the war. They fire anti-aircraft and nti-tank shells. They make dynamite and gunpowder. Save, strain and sell all waste greases. Tour meat dealer will pay you four cents a pound for it HELP WIN A BATTLE mtm W i i ini ii ' inn niii iiih.tiii, ' i r owned and operated by SFIHE BUOS. 16822 Kercheva! 880 West McNichoIs 5355 Chene St. 180 West Maple, Birmingham rDAD'scDiiiT I FL0RIDfl ORAHGES wKAlTC rKUl I Last Call at This Price Sweet, Juicy Bag Buy Now '249 Bag lor.Vcsr" SMOKED HAMS JUST THE THING FOR EASTER DINNER WE HAVE FRESH FISH DILT NO POINTS California Florida ASPARAGUS GREEN BEANS 59C Per Large Bunch 1 9C Lb- I G. & R. McMillan Famous Prime TURKEY PIES BEE AST With Gravy 50c Points I 31c Lb. .'...n SIRL0IH STEAK ! LEG of LAMB 42c u. 46c Sho.M.r G. & R. McMillan LAMB STEAK BUTTER for Frying or Baking 39c Lb. 62c Lb. G. & R. FMilLLAri 35c jTVa With Meat , I . .. I r,-r A satisfying breakfast makes a happy day! I 1 KMm White (louse Coffee mmm St3i ft mm i mm BAKED SPAGHETTI Rationed 3u J 4

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