SQUASH SQUARES IN SOUR CREAM 4 cup* cubed, pared Acorn or Hubbard squash Doth pepper 1 medium onion, sliced 2 tablespoons margarine 1 cup dairy sour cream Vt teaspoon salt \k teaspoon monosodium glutamate \b teaspoon dill seed Cook squash in boiling, salted water 15 minutes or till tender; drain well and sprinkle with pepper. Meanwhile cook onion in margarine till tender, but not brown; remove from heat, add sour cream, salt and monosodium glutamate, stirring well. Place hot cooked squash on platter; pour cream mixture over. Sprinkle with dill seed. Makes 4 to 6 servings. STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS I 1 tablespoon chopped onion I 2 tablespoon* chopped celery 2 tablespoons margarine 2 teaspoon* /tour te cup milk Vz cup whole kernel corn 1 cup chopped, cooked ham 4 large or medium green peppers I V4 cup bread crumbs 1 tablespoon margarine Melt margarine, cook onion and celery in the margarine for about 2 minutes. Blend in the flour, add the milk and stir over medium heat until smooth and thickened. Fold in corn, ham and salt to taste. Cut a slice from top of green pepper and remove seeds and membrane. Fill with hot mixture. Top with buttered crumbs. Bake in greased baking dish for 20 to 25 minutes in 350° F. oven. Serve at once. Makes 4 servings. PORK AND SWEET POTATO PIE 2 pounds pork shoulder 3 medium onions 2 bouillon cubes Salt, pepper, brown sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon 1 can sliced apples 2 tablespoons corhstarch 3 cups mashed, cooked sweet potatoes Margarine Trim fat from pork and fry out in a skillet; remove solid pieces. Cut pork into 1-inch cubes and brown with sliced onions in the hot fat. Drain off excess fat. Dissolve bouillion cubes in Hi cups hot water and add to meat. Sprinkle with 1# teaspoons salt, H teaspoon pepper, # cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon nutmeg and a teaspoon cinnamon. Cover and cook over low heat until meat is nearly tender, about 18 hour's. Add undrained apples, reserving 4 wedges for top of casserole. Cover and continue cooking over low heat until meat is tender, about 30 minutes. Spoon off any excess fat and thicken mixture with cornstarch which has been mixed to a paste with 2 tablespoons cold water. Pour into a 2 quart casserole. Season sweet potatoes with K teaspoon salt, a dash of pepp 61 "- 3 tablespoons orown sugar arid 2 tablespoons margarine; spoon in ring around edge of casserole. Garnish center of casserole with reserved apple wedges. Bake, uncovered, at 350° F. until potatoes are lightly browned, about 30 minutes. Makes 6 servings. Enter your favorite recipe in the new See how easy it is! You've been hearing about new ways to cook with Kara-reading recipes created in our Kara kitchens. Now you can send us your favorite Kara recipe and win a prize for itt Send any recipe you like- main dish, casserole, hot bread, barbecue sauce or dessert And if yours to selected best from your state, you'll win one of the 50 beautiful Caloric gas ranges! The next 500 recipes selected will each win a fabulous outdoor gas griiie! Even if you've never cooked with Karo before, you'll soon discover how Karo gives foods delightful new flavor and texture, adds that "creative" touch you love. So enter your Karo recipe right away! You may be a winner! Bea'oeUbtyoook" Your Karo recipe may appear in Karo's new All-American Cookbook! Rules for winning! 4. Residents of any state of the United States and the District of ColuwSla m« enter. »«^t employeesof Corn Products Co., Caloric Corp., their dealers, adwr- tSinii iMlSdfSii|!S£les. s*iI tan**** fr*'||£- pTaa^ aAdamotl* rttMrned. Corn Products re- «. w!m*r» will be not! sSKfr^asww";; llation costs. ^«* *.««$.' - accompanied by Conlett «*)»c) — --IF ^-- ~ •* way to took it wflk Koto! (one for every state!) New Double Decker Gas -Ranges Imaginel You can win a beautiful new Caloric "75" gas rangel Choose your favorite color and enjoy fast, better, patented Ultra-Ray Gas broiling by Infra-Red rays and two huge ovens with "keep warm" controls. You'll discover the New Way To Cook Is With Karo— on Caloric! IHRICZES New Outdoor (portable if you wish) Wonderful new way to give food delicious char-broil flavor without the bother and mess of charcoal. Cookouts are fun for the whole family! BNTKR TODAY! Contest closet November 1, "1965 Just send a label from any Karo bottle or can along with your Karo recipe (one label for each recipe you enter). Print your name and address. Send to Karo Contest, Box 3040, Maple Plain, Minnesota. Nam* AddraM .EHF suit* County '
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