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SATURDAYMORNING FEBRUARY 3, 1925
Dishes Fit to Set Beforfe i'Unpwnbd Kings
bombinations Calculated to Slake Good Digestion Wait on Appetite and Good Health
: Follow After Both. ;.;; V; '7:; ; .,v w .
How to Prepare And
(lUe following suggestions from a well known health service are still timely ; though
there is probably not a great deal of the .winter left for the section of the country where
The Statesman mostly circulates:) . ,
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Winter days call for dishes that , or apples. Anduch dishes at
enaineled ware self-bastin roast-l close fiber and fatty content it is
come to the table, steaming hot-
dishes with warm brown crusts
and savory with onions, peppers
once call, to mind ' the. possibilities
of the roaster, baking-dish, casser
ole ' and . soup kettl$; In providing
Where a Dollar Does its Duty. ' f
173 South Commercial
For your convenience we are now handling
i . Dread, Butter, Oleomargarine, Milk:
' " ,and Fresh Ranch Eggs j
Choice dressed heavy hens,
Pure pork sausage, : n o
? no water, no cereal '.;..:...,........... ...IOC
Freshly ground Hamburg
Pork to '
1 -'.- , L,
fl" T "''' -i
- Baby Beef to
' Roast ........u.:.:.:..i:..:
Baby Beef Steak, ',' -
any. kind .i...;-.!..
For you who want the better grades of meats there is
a real saving here.
Opon Until 8 p. m. Saturday Evening
Just the right fare.
While the mercury is low and
the - snow f lorries and whirls
against the window panes, the de
mands placed upon the housewife
are rather strenuous. Naturally,
she Is anxious! to satisfy the' appe
tites of the little children and
er members of the family wlto
come trooping' in ravenously hun
gry. But what to prepare for din-
ner is often her problem. : ' !
" It is with the thought of aiding
the housewife during these brisk
days that the following hot, sub
stantial and well-balanced meals
are suggested.- These will surely
gladden the most wintry hearts
and appetites. ' r -
Cream of corn soup Is easily
made with canned corn and goes
very well with lamb. ' : r r 1 i
Scald a quart of milk in an ena
meled ware double boiler, and two
cupiuls canned corn, a bay leaf,
salt .and pepper, .and two . table,
spoonfuls butter. . Cook until (he
mixture bubble8w Cream .two .ta
blespoonfuls of , flour with a little
cold , milk and add it to the soup
gradually, and stir until It Jboils.
Aside ' from' being expensive; a
leg of lamb weighing five" or 5ix
pounds takes two hours to roast.
For the latter reason the average
inexperienced housewife does not
often' include it in her daily men
us. Especially if she does 1 her
roasting in. an open pan, which re
quires a great deal of basting.
. , Self .Basting I Coaster Way
- . The -; experienced -housewife,
however,- who is no longer a slave
to, her oven, will not hesitate on
this account.- She, knows that the
enameled - ware self-basting roast
er insures perfect browning and
flavoring of all roasts. All that
is required is to season the lamb
with pepper and ' salt;"' dredge . it
with flour and place it in the
er. in a moderate oven. -
To make riced potatoes look
nice and taste better put - them
in an enameled ware baking dish
and brown them in the oven for
ten minutes before serving time.
The best result will be obtained
by placing the potatoes under the
flame used for broiling. And be
cause enameled ware is so chlna-J
like in appearance the . potatoes
can- be brought to the table in the
dish In which they are browned.
:; Cream of Corn Soup
Roast Lamb , Riced Potatoes
Peas and Carrots i : -f
; ' Grapefruit Sherbet 1.
. . Baked Date Custard ,
Sponge Cake : .Coffee t ,
The housewife who is not for
tunate enough to have aricer
among her kitchen equipment can
press boiled potatoes through an
enameled ware colander. ;.
.' Although there are a number of
vegetables that go well with lamb,'
peas and carrots are most favored.
Dice some carrots and cook until
tender in salted water in an enam
eled ware saucepan, which , will
preserve their delicate odor. '. Add
i can of peas, a lump of butter
and pepper and salt. . 4, ;
A sherbet of grapefruit served
after the roast will put ah edge on
the family's appetite for the des
sert. Canned grapefruit, which can
be kept chilled in the refrigerator
until shortly before it is to be ser
ved, is very desirable, because it
dos not require as much prepara
tion as the fresh fruit. To a can
of grapefruit add the juice of two
oranges and a small bottle of mar
aschino cherries. 1st i
The dessert,, should be baked tin
the morning, ; or at least a few
hours before dinner, so that it has
time lo cool. i '-' 1 " . A . -
Beat four eggs until foamy, add
one-eighth of a teaspoonful of salt.
a little less, than one-half cupful
sugar, : a little nutmeg, and mix
thoroughly. Then add one; quart
of milk and two-cupfuls of stoned
and chopped dates.?., Place in a
well-buttered enameled ware bowl.
Set in a deep pan," filled two-
thirds of the way to the top of the
bowl with warm water. Bake in a
moderate oven until a knife blade
cut into the custard comes out
clean. . . . . . '
Serve with sponge cake, .which
can now be bought in fresh-keep
ing cartons, , if the housewife does
not care to make it herself. .,"'..
As ham is considered one of the
heavier .meats It seems . fitting to
start this meal with a light soup.
Place in an enameled ware soup
kettle or saucepan four cupful of
boiling .water,, one- bouillon cube,
1 2 teaspoonf uls of - ketchup or a
cup of tomato pulp. Season with
pepper and salt, bring to a Doil
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SATURDAY PRODUCE FEATURES t ,r , ; . ; f J!
Solid Heads new Cabbage, C Bananas, firm and ripe, ; - ; O C
per pound i......... O C Ir3 lbs. for .. ..,..... .C3C
All Week Prices Saturday j AH Week Prices
'- . Features ' - ' :
COFFEE Skaggs ylO - 1 ' ' ' BIG K FLOUR Washing
blend, per lb. ... nLQ. Sugar Pure Cane, ton's finest hard wheat. It
3 ibs. .19 lbs- S7bbage.....$2,59
Llfr 89C 100lbSv:6 PINE A PPT, T! Parkpd in
Large tm, 10 for VJl , - .. . .. ,
- . Cream , ot Wheat Hawaii, good grade, sliced,
frKl-.S4.29 t:.:.AU rs98c
POSTUM CEBEAL H-O cooks - A - . ' .
Large pkg ACn in a m!nute PEACHES Libby's extra
2 for 3C ShrimpFancy ; dualUy; large, t ar
CAIPBELL'S SOUPS Southern h r 2 tms 2 Uns yUU.
all kinds, A pack, 3 cans Ok C " .
per can 1UC mttetmmmSUsisS9 . , . CATSUP Del Monte, large
12 cans .... . $1.15 ib?!:L....i:i!46c bottles .e;'... 45c
SATURDAY MARICET FEATURES
Fresh Milk, Daily, pure and ': 1 I ;Bacorf Backs; light and lean, Oft
wholesome, per quart .........tI-. X U C per pound -CiU C
Young Grain Fed Choice Pot C Fancy, Light Sugar Cured - '
Boast, per pound'. XDC Biicon, per pound . DOC
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Abo a Fins Lot EabyBecf for Today
peculiarly suited r to t winter !serT-
ing-.. V : :- " - : ! - -'
Soak a smoked ham over night
in plent of water, after scrubbing
well and rinsing. In the morning
place in a big enameled ware ket
tle and cover with fresh water, un
less you hare one of the oblong
enameled ware' boilers with a re
movable tray, which is exactly the
thing for boiling bam. Boll until
tender, allowing 25 minutes for
each pound. Take from the tire
an& let stand In the water until
cold. Then peel, stick cloves in
the fatty part and sprinkle crack
er or fine bread crumbs over it,'
Half an hour before serving bake
la a hot oven.
New potatoes are out now and
for a change they: will go well
baked with their? jackets on. They
take about three-quarters of an
hour In a hot oven. "
rFoir "a vegetable have 'canned
lima beans heated in an enameled
ware saucepan, and seasoned .with
pepper, salt and a lump of butter.
Instant' Tomato- Bouillon "
Baked Smoked Ham - 4 -i
New Potatoes. Lima eDans
Apple Sauce j Fig Pudding
Cream Cheese and Marmalade
on Saltlnes -
y ' Coffee -
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. Ham without apples in some
form does not! seem, plausible.
They most always appear, together
either as a side dish or dessert.
But with this meal it is suggested
that you . serve apple sauce with
the roast so as to aid the digestion
of this substantial meal and make
the dessert planned, desirable and
dietetically correct. - VI. - -
- Core and. quarter a pound of apples-placed
in an enameled ware
saucepan., the vitreous : surface 'of
which. will not affect or be affect
ed by the fruit acid, and add one
cupful water,, Cook until, the ap
ples soften and add; one-half cup
ful sugar just a jninute or two be
fore removing from the fire. , Rub
through an .enameled ware colan
der." ' -"iT '" : " .V i
Children always like puddings
heartily, and, fortunately, physi
cians regard simple puddings as a
rational and very valuable part of
the diet of children. Fig pudding
conies under the list Of 'simple"
puddings and will prove a favorite
with the younger members of your
family. And the 'others will like
it too.; ; - , .-: -v ; . ; I
? Mix together one cupful shreds
ded suet, two cupfuls bread
crumbs, one level cupful brown
sugar and one cupful figs cut into
small. Pieces. ...Then, add one well
beaten egg and milk to consist
ency. Place in an enameled ware
double boiler and boil for three
or foarhoarsVn; Serve with hard
or cream sauce
fj -As. a . finishing -touch -to this
mea,f serve cream, cheese and mar
maiaae on saiunes.
Ham can be procured. during all
seasons and. as meats ko.' H is pec-
haps 'the most moderately priciri-.Teed--pec. soup can-be toad e
on the market. 'And because of its
of canned peas or dried peas, as
'-Lass o' Laughter" Laughs ..vrs 1
r': , "r 1 . at Cooking Uncertainties
The Knglish Jtary Pickford Understands, the Science of Preparing
Xourishlag Dishes rt;
Of all the actresses from across
the water who hare been appear
ing lately on Broadway, few have
captivated theatre-goers so easily
as Flora Le Breton,' who imper
sonates the appealing heroine of
"Lass p Laughter," Miss Le
Breton, who is the fair type, is
often - called the -English Mary
Pickford. ' . '
Not all of Miss Le Breton's tal
ents hove a chance to show in her
stage role. She is able to toss off
a cake, pudding or other delicious
dish' with the same apparent ease
with which she laughs her way
through "Lass O' Laughter." She
also -understands the science of
preparing nourishing dishes, and
for this reason makes many of her
salads," meat dishes "and soups, as
weU '-as? desserts, ' with gelatine
which "recent scientific discoveries
have shown to increase greatly the
nutritional fquallties for; food 'with
which It is combined. ': v 2 :
For her mother the-young ac
tress often prepares n unusual
salad, ot which she is particularly
Baked Banana Salad ; v
- Baked bananas are easily assim
ilated. Put two bananas in a shal
low pan and bake until soft. Force
through a , coarse , sieve. Soften,
two tablespoonfuls gelatine , in
one-half, cup cold water, dissolve
in one cup boiling water. -Cool
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x ... .
and add to banana pulp, together
with one-half cup lemon juice and
three tablespoonfuls powdered
sugar. Turn into very small cups
which have been dipped; in cold
water, and chill.".' Turn out.; cut In
slices and" arrange on lettuce
leaves. Put a spoonful, .of jnay
onnalse dressing : on each piece.
and garnish with a walnut meat.
170 N. Commercial .
Our Regular Price
- 1 of :
Bread lU-lb. loaf 13c 2 for ..JJ-JL.
r Bread 1 lb. .loaf 9c; ,3 'ior :
Cookies, 2 doz. for ':...::... ......:.;:...
Butter Horns, Apple Turnovers, 6 for ..:
Cakes all variety : 15c up to
Doughnuts, Cinamen Rolls, Tea Sticks and
Buns, Dozen ...UJ.-.. ..... :;.
PlCS '.I 1 ' 10r nnd
SPECIAL DURING LENT
Hot Cross Buns, Dozen :..,.;...
Milk Bread, .French and. Rye, 3 loaves .
. We Serve Coffee and Lunches.
? ' "f , Try 0urtlr,usc3 Candies
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Economy, Efficiency and Cleanliness . -
AT THE CHECKER'S DESK -The Checker tabulates your purchases on a
Burroughs Adding Machine designed especially for the Piggly Wiggly stores arid
you receive the slip showing the prices you. paid. This is one of the reasons why
Piggly Wiggly is Clean, Careful and Rapid. v.
piggly WigglY is a system of merchandising that provides every housekeep
er with a clean, wtell ordered pantry that she can go to any time between 7 A; M.
and 6 P. M, Saturdays 8 P. and there select with her own hands those articles
of food that she m?y want. , 4 " !"
"A regular patron will save from $8.00 to $30.00 a month without sacrificing
either quantity or quality. . .
10 lbs. SUGAR . .
With a limit of 10 lbs!, to the Customer.
Crown Best Patent T?T rtTTl? 49-lb. bag ;.......S2.Q
Cherro Hard Wheat i " V 4?"llb - S2.50
Palmolive . . . QA A "P 4 Bars ... . OC
Crystal - OU-lI 6B,.:--&DC
Cner, . ' BUTTER ' ...:..,.....:.. 49c
1 ' ' ........
;:! 1 j.". .' j 1 . . 1 '......''' -. : "--'.'.,. '- - . '- " ". ' -' ""
Extra s. - a "R'OTT'i :"A ''Wii r;' 2 one pound or . . ! Ot
Quality JO JXlZiX JL : three l -lb. loaves ... -OC
s;' CATSUP ', .-Si :Sl,,,.24c
ST- ; Rolled Oats ;...;.....:I:.:1. 58c
We have a full line of fresh Fruits and Vegetables for your selection.
456 State St. - ' Phone 14
preferred. If dried peas are used
they should he soaked for a few
hours and then cooked in an
enameled ware saucepan until
. . If canned peas are used rinse
them with cold water. Then add
. Fries., quoted r v-oleaal ni ra
prices rereived by f -rater ft. Ko rauvil
price r g-irea.
OKAZ-T AVO XL4.T "
Vo. 1 soft white wheats ..-...l.Ts
Xoi 1 oft red whemt ,..fl.72
Cheat hy f 1 -
Oct hy ,.,!
CUtt hay, t
0t sad Vetca hay I18.SI
, rOBJT, ICUTTOJr A2TD BEST ,
Hogra, 100-200 fl f
Hos, 200-250 cwt.
Horg, 250-300 wt
IjgBt aows ,, .,
.13 Q 15c
EOGS. BUTTE a. SMTHttTAT
Creamery batter , - ,,,, ,. , , 4fti?e
Butt erf St. AiTA im it 4r
Milk, per ewt ....... . ,$2.20
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I GENERAL MARKETS 1
PORTLAND. Feb. 27 Grain
futures: Wheat, hard winter, olue
stem, ;Baart, February, $1.9 3;
March,-'; $1.97: April, $1.97: soft
white.-. February. $1.87; March.
$1.88; April. $1.92; western white
February. $1.87;- March.: $1.88;
April, $1.91; hard winter," Febru
ary, $1.87:. March, $1.88; April.
$1.90; northern spring:, February,
$1.86; March. $1.87; April. $1.88.
Western red, - February, $1.85;
March, $1.8 6 ; April, $1.87; - HUB
hard white. February, $-.18; Apl.,'
.$2.20v tt V ' j-y .. V-'hJVv.S'-;
Oats C6-pound k whole feed.
February. $10.50; March, $40;
Aprtl, $42; ,db. 38-pound gray,
February, $40; March, $41; April.
' . - r(
. Corn No. 3 early, shipment
February, $49; AIrch, $50; April,
$50. . . v; jv
Millrun standard - February,
$33; March. $36; AprU. $36."
Sirloin Steak- Boiling Deef j
15c lb. 8c lb:
" Fancy Sugar Cured
Sliced Bacon Breakfast Dacon-
35c lb. 30c lb.
TJiis Bacon is the equal of any-
Why Pay More?
We will have a lot of Fancy Dressed
i k. ? Plymbiith Rock .
. : k Chickens
' : Delicious for Roastinfr or Baldng
"ho IFicowO CfoQ'Gcacon
'midget; m$. ? hot
, Originators of Low Prices
. 351 , State Street T
NOT in THE COMBINE
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