The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 05, 1956, Page 34, Image 34

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    T.URICET 1120 S. 12th St.
SUPER SAVINGS
EVERY DAY!
Fresh Cut-Up
Fryers
Mb. 14-oz.
Average
Each
Eastern Oregon
Beef
lb.
Golden Grain
Spaghetti
Macaroni
Reg. 39c Value
Pkg.
Far North
Salmon
Reg. $1.39 Value
-lb.
tin
.5. No. 2
Potatoes
Folger's
Coffee
Pound
Tin
Hereford Beef
Steaks
Rib or
Sirloin lb.
Even Texture with Accent
Scotty
Cottage
Cheese
Pint
7-Minute
Pie Crust
Mix
kf.
Prices EftectiYe Fri.
lb;
- Jal. - 5un. - Mon.
Corn Fritters
On Menu for
Any Month
One of the popular froze! vege
tablet found at the grocer's. is
corn, either on pr off the cob.
The off-the-cob kind is versatile
good for buttering plain, stuffing
, peppers, combining with other
vegetables, , making into soup or
mixing up with batter and making
fritters.
All year freshness is the most
important asset of the frozen kind
of cop, it's easy to handle too.
Serve the fritters on a vegetable
platter, or make tbera a vegetable
at dinner when nice roast is to
be served. Or let them make their
debut earlier in the day with
maple syrup. They make a deli
cious and welcome change in
the breakfast menu.
CORN FRITTERS
1 10-oz. pkg. cut corn
3 strips bacon, shredded
2 large eggs, well beaten
' cup sifted flour
M teaspoon salt
. Few grains cayenne pepper
Cook corn in boiling salted
water following package directions
and drain. Fry shredded bacon in
heavy skillet until crisp. Blend
well beatin egg with flour and
I seasonings until mixture is
'smooth. Stir in cooked corn and
bacon. Drop mixture by .table
spoons into hot bacon fat. Fry
fritters gently until golden brown
on both sides. Serve with meat
and gravy. Yield: Makes I servings.
Bananas Give
Sandwich Its
Good Flavor
A dessert sandwich loaf is new
for party refreshment. Serve with
tea. coffee, lemonade or fruit
punch.
A thing of beauty. Dessert. Ba
nana Sandwich Loaf is done with
home-made Banana Bread sliced
lengthwise, sandwiched with de
lightful cream cheese and fresh
fruit fillings, then frosted all over
with cream cheese to look as cool
as a Dessert Sandwich Loaf.
What results is a refreshing treat
almost like a delicate fruit cake.
It's a real conversation piece a !
specialty for summer parties.
If you'll keen a home-made loaf
or two r.f Banana Bread in your
freezer, you'll alwavs have t h e
muk mm of this most unusual
-ecine. created especially to cele
brate National -Sandwich-Month.- ;
DESSERT BANANA
SANDWICH LOAF
1 loaf Banana Quick Bread
1 Ih. cream cheese
' cup pitted diced cherries
h cup pitted diced apricots
i eup pitted diced dates
l cup mashed ripe bananas
1 small banana)
l'i teaspoon lemon juice
I medium-sized avocado'
Use fully ripe bananas,-yellow ;
peel flecked with brown. i
Partially freeze the loaf of Ba-i
nana Bread. Remove from freezer.
Turn loaf on its side and cut
lengthwise into approximaely 1 1
slices '.-inch thick. Remove and
discard top and bottom crusts. !
Fillings: j
Place ' pound cream cheese in j
mixing bowl and beat until soft
erouph to spread easily. Add ' I
cup of finely diced cherries. Con-1
tinue beating until an even deli- j
cate pink color is reached. Fold
in remaining cherries.
Place U pound cream cheese in"
mixing bowl and beat until soft
enough to spread easily. Add '4 j
cup of finely diced apricots. Con
tinue beating until an even deli
cate orange color is reached. Fold
in remaining apricots.
Combine dates, mashed ripe
banana and lemon juice. Mix until
l.we'l blemled-U.
Peel avocado and remove cen
ter. Arrange,' thin slices of the
avocado on two slices of the
bread. Spread two slices evenly
with each of the three remaining
fillings. Stack the t slices being
careful to arrange them color
wise. Wrap the loaf in foil and place
in the freezer until well Jrozen
overnight if possible. Just before
serving, unwrap and trim a 1 1
crusts. Beat the remaining i
pound of cream cheese until it is
easily spread. Frost top and sides
I of loaf with cream cheese. Gar
nish with banana slices, nuts, etc.
BANANA QUICK BREAD
1 cups sifted all-purpose
flour
7'i teaspoons double-action
baking powder
! 'i teaspoon salt
j 1-3 cup shortening
2-3 cup sugar
2 slightly beaten eggs
1 cup mashed rip bananas
(3 to 4)
Use fully ripe bananas, yellow
peel flecked with brown. Sift
together flour, baking powder and
salt. Place shortening in mixing
bowl and beat until creamy and
glossy, 300 strokes by hand or 2
I minutes al medium speed on eiet
! trie mixer. Gradually add sugar
' to shortening, beating until light
, and fluffy after each addition. Add
eggs and beat until thick and pale
lemon in color. Add flour mixture
and bananas alternately, blending
thoroughly after each addition.
Grease bottom only (not sides) of
a loaf pan (approximately 4V x
8V x 3"). Turn batter into pan.
Bake in a moderate oven (330 de
grees) 60 to 70 minutes or until
bread is done. Let bread partially
cool in pan (20-30 minutes) before
turning out onto rack. Cool thor
oughly before wrapping for stor
age. Makes 1 loaf.
DELUXE
For s deluxe luncheon salad,
heap a mound of cottage cheese
on garnished salad plate, top
with sour cream and sprinkle with
brown sugar. Then circle with a
ring of well drained canned peach
slices.
FOR THE LADIES
Add diced ham to a cheese sauce
I and serve over green asparagus
1 stalks arranged on. butter loajL
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Corn fritters add a gay note to a vegetable platter which Includes broiled tomatoes topped
with cheese and crumbs, green beans and the fritters. -Corn fritters make an attractive side
dh at dinner, or go well on a breakfast menu.
Hot Dogs, Autumn Version
Take Warm Biscuit Blanket
While hot dogs are fare popular at the ballgame, or on the picnic
grounds, some may forget that the franks can be a glamorous dish
when given an autumn and winter treatment.
You can wrap the' meal in biscuit dough and serve it with broiled
fruit for a company dish, or you can arange them on skewers with
vegetables for broiling. Take a tip from the mid-Europeans and wrap
them in cabbage leaves, cooking
in a dutch oven to blend the fla
vors. 1
Here are the recipes for several
glamorous frankfurter dishes.
FRANKFURTER FRUIT BROIL
4 skinless frankfurters
2 teaspoons grated romano
cheese
1-3 cup milk
Dash cinnamon
1 cup V cuit dough
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
4 canned peach halves
V cup melted butter
4 slices pineapple
Combine biscuit mix, cheese, 1
and parsley: stir in milk and turn
onto a floured board. Knead into
a rectann!e about 14 x 4 inches.
Divide into four chlong pieces.
Lay a frankfnrther on each piece
and enclose in rfouch: pinch the
edges to seal letting the ends of
the hot doa peek out if desired
Place seam side down on a broiler ce ounuies n
rack Broil 8 inches from the, sk'"el, or Dutch '. ,sPrmkle
source of heat for ten minutes. ! wlln 1 teaspoon salt. . teaspoon
Sprinkle peaches lightly with cin-lPP" a"d tomatoes. Cover and
namon and brush with butter. sm about 30 minutes. Makes
Turn franklurters over; place, eiw servings
peaches besides them. Broil for a ,
few minutes. Brush pineapple j nrpscina GoOfJ OS
rings with butter and place on l're,n9 WOO U5
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broiler rack. Broil for five min
utes or until biscuit -overed
franki ire golden "brown. Makes
four servings. :
' FRANKFURTERS
EN BROCHETTE
8 frankfurters, cut lengthwise
8 stewed onions, drained
8 cooked white potatoes,
drained
16 small tomatoes
Melted butter or margarine
Grated cheese, if desired
On long metal skewers or add 1 can 16 ounces) whole cran
sturdy, but thin green stocks, ar- berry sauce about 4 hour before
ranfle in tV following order: 'i the pot-roast is done.
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frankfurter, 1 plum tomato, 1
whole potato, 1 whole onion, an
other plum tomato and another 4
frankfurter: Repeat arrangement
on I skewers. Brush the food with
melted butter or margarine and
sprinkle lightly with "rated cheese
'dry grated cheese cooks best).
Broil the Brochettes over the
glowing coals of grill or under
broiler of stove.
CABBAGE-BUNDLED FRANKS
t cabbage leaves, pre-cooked
4 teaspoons prepared mustard
8 slices American cheese
8 frankfurters
I'j cups canned tomatoes
Spread each slice of cheese with
i teaspoon of prepared mustard.
Wrap each frankfurter with a slice
of cheese, mustard side on t h e
frankfurter. Place cheese rolled
frankfurter in a cabbage leaf,
boiled and dried. Wrap cabbage
leaf around the filling and secure!
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Pot Roast Partner
With the onset of cooler weather,
here is a novel suggestion for dres
sing up a pot-roast in its new faff
finery. It's cranberries that make
the difference. Dredge the pot
roast, blade or round bone, in sea
soned flour and brown in lard.
Pour off drippings. Add a small
amount of water, about 4 cup and
simmer 24 to 3 hours or until ten
der. For a 3 to 4-pound pot-roast,
oe Irade
the west coast
like SNOW'S
Chowder, Corn Chowder,
Clams, Welsh Rarebit,
Smoked Sardines.
PINf POINT, MAIN!
Just right
Don't chop walnuts very fine
when you are adding them to drop
cookies. Flavor seems to strike
taste buds best when the nuts are
in rather coarse pieces. "
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FOR PENNY
of Prime Beef Hamburger
BURGERBITS' DOG MEAL
Now! Feed your dogwthis
complete, balanced food that,
penny for penny, gives . . .
Twice the Protein! Not just ordinary protcio
but twice the amount of balanced, high
quality protein!
Twice the Vitamins! Twice lite amount of 8,,
B2 and Niacin. Plus 3000 U.S.P. Units of
Vitajnin A and 1000 U.S.P. Units of Vita
min D that all dogs need!
Twice the Minerals! Twice as much calcium,
phosphorus and iron essential for strong
bones and teeth and good, red blood!
Twice the Energy ! Tw ice the amount of food
energy the food energy your dog needs
eVery day to be lively, playful and happy!
ANOTHER FIHt
QUICK SALAD s
Assorted salad greens mixed
with strips of cold meat, cheese
and avocado make a delicious
salad. Combine with wine vinegar
French "dressing mixed . with a
little finely minced capers.
NEW
I acTive proTein
actiuepeople
2
cereal with 8 the B vitamins and alt the active protein of
natural whole wheat-the kind of protein you cant fet
from any cold cereal. A special low heat process doesn't
nana uie b viununs or protein in any
way. It's instant, too- ready to serve
in seconds Your family will love it
Get some today!
CARNATION
INSTANT WHEAT
cOm Quoliiy tn&tf ol Canmho Car
Twice the Value! New "fives" Burgerbits Dog
Meal costs less than half as much as hamburger,
less than one third as much as canned dog food,
and no more than ordinary old-fashioned dog
meals.' Get New "fives" Burgerbits Dog Meal!
Burgerbits is. a trade-mark of Standard Brands Inc.
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Statesman, Salem, Ore., Fri., Oct. 5, '56 (Sec. III)-35
QUICKIE
.Toast ready bought slices of
pound cake and spread with
strawberry preserves. Nice with
hot or iced tea.
SAVE YOUR STRENGTH
Shell peas, slice map beans,
make radish roses while you sit
in a comfortable chair on the
porch.
ADDEIT FLAVOR
Brush cube steaks with melted
butter before broiling. Cook as
close to heat as possible.
MOT CKHKAL WITH
i st '
If your family ia the active kind, thia in
the cereal they twed-a new. delicious hot
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) with coopoa ia 54b. ban lovwd not
J purctuue of" Wb. or 25-lb. sua. S '
J iOtmHh coupon 25-th. pack Inward '
next purchase of 23-Ib. pack. k
nation
H- comer
Carnation ko
SERVICt IIRECTOB
There's reel tropics! tang in every
spoonful of Carnation Pineapple
lea CreanC This smooth, crestny"
rich ice cream is filled with swtet,
golden nuggets of rips Hawaiian
pineapple. Only Carnation could
make 1 so good, because Cams
tNM uses only choice, specially
selected pineapple snd blends its
sunny goodness all through this
really do luxe ice cream. , -.
Do serve K often to the entire fm
ly. TheB love It and you'll be ;
plessed thajt something so good
testing can be so nourishing, too.
All the milll benefit! of protein,
calcium, snd vitamins are in this
delicious food. At our house, Car
ation Pineapple Ice Cream to a
nighty popular after-school treat
I serve ft slong with these:
SNACK TIM1
SANDWICHES
. (A boon
for busy -mothers)
1 eup Carnation Cottage
CaMse with Vi tup chopped
dates, 3 tablespoons orange mar '
snalade sr Jarri, 14 cup chopped '
tad 6 tablespoons Cams
tteai Soar Cream. Chill snd spread "
ea bMttered whole wheat or nut '
tread slices. Serve with generous
scoops of good CARNATION PING
APPLE ICE CREAM I
Vets can brtak up nut meats
ejykaly f you put them In a paper
sac a4 go over them with your
THE GREAT
PINEAPPLE
, .MYSTERY
How and when pineapples
first came to Hawaii Is still
sn unsolved food mystery.
However, the ancient Hawai
ian name for them'holaka
hikl," tells us that they were
not native to the islands.
Roughly translated, it
means, "pine from a foreign
land." But no matter how
or when they got there, no
trace of thair "forsisnness"
remains today. The soil snd
climate of Hawaii have
made it a pineapple para
dise and the center of the
vast pineapple Industry.
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WHAT'S FOR DESSERT! Dessert
loving families like mine feel that
no meal Is a meal without a sweet
treat at its finish. Of course, that's
no problem when you have Carnc
tion Pineapple Ice Cream on hand.
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