The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, February 24, 1955, Page 10, Image 10

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LENTEN DISH From r lshcrmn
till recipe for Crab Timbales with dill pickle tauce.
World -Famous Restaurant
Gives Crab Timbale Recipe
flshermans Wharf In San Fran
cisco is world famous for its res
taurants overlooking the fishing
boats moored. In the lagoon. Crab
dtehes- are a specialty. Even
though you at home cannot always
get fresh crab, you can use a fine
bcand for some of San Francisco's
distinctive recipes.
! Crab Timbales With 1)111
I Pickle Sauce .
(Mnkog 6 servuifrs)
jThree eggs, slightly beaten;
teaspoon salt, freshly ground pep
per, 2 tablespoons dill pickle li
quid, W cup undiluted evnporatoi
milk, 1 6-ounce can crabmeat.
tombine eggs, salt, pepper.
pickle liquid and milk. Drain the
Grated Potatoes
Give Ground Meat
Delicious Flavor
Ground beef, that economical
stjindbyf combines well with so
many different foods. Here is a
recipe for "potatoburgcrs" that
his the advantage of extending the
meat and giving a delicious flavor.
Fr a quick budget dinner, serve
potatoburgers topped with cream
gravy, broccoli with lemon butter,
cijrrot sticks, cottage cheese,
bread and butter and coconut
cream, pudding (made from pack
age mix) with crisp molasses
cookies.
i ' Potatoburgrnt
1 pound ground beef
2 cups coarsely grated unpceled
! poiaroos (li large or 3 small)
- M cup coarsely grated onifln
, Hi teaspoon salt
?6 teaspoon pepper
3s cup chopped green pepper
' (optional)
t tablespoons butler
Combine ground mentj polatoes,
ortlon, seasonings and green pep
per and shape into 6 patlies. Cook
patties in butler until brown.
Turn and cook on the other side
until brown, and mixture is cooked
tlloroughly. Serves 6. Make a
cream gravy with drippings left iii
the pan.
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ASK FOR "COUNTY
IP POT
Thursday. February 24. 1955
Wharf in San Francisco,
crabmeat; remove any cartilage.
Flake crabmeat and add to egg
milk mixture. Pour into 6 greased
timbales or custard cups. Place
in a pan of hot water. Bake in
noderate oven (350 degrees F.) 35
to 40 minutes, or until timbales
are firm. Unmoid and serve with
dill pickle sauce.
Dill Pickle Satire
Melt 2 tablespoons butter or
margarine over low heat. Add 2
iblosporms all-purpose flour and
ilend. Add cup undiluted evap-
rated milk and M cup water;
:ook until thickened, stirring con-
itantly. Stir In cup chopped dill
uckles and Mi teaspoon salt.
TOMORROW'S DINNER: Crab
timbales with hot dill pickle sauce,
fluffy rice, peas with white onions.
hard rolls, butter, fresh fruit bowl,
peanut cookies, coffee, ' tea, milk
Bread, Butter,
Used in Dessert
Puddings made from bread go
on and on. And they're a good
way to provide that "something
sweet" for the end of a meal eas
ily and inexpensively. Here's a
recipe you'll like.
Honey-Broad and
Butter Custard
4 slices buttered bread
3 eggs
2Vi cups milk, scalded -
1-3 cup strained honey
14 teaspoon salt
Nutmeg . .
Cinnamon s
Butter the bread lightly on both
sides; then cut into 2-inch squares.
Beat eggs; add honey and scalded
milk. Distribute squares of bread
in custard cups or in a flat baking
dish. Pour custard mixture over
them. Sprinkle each custard with
nutmeg and cinnamon. Place the
custard in a pan of hot water and
bake in a moderate oven 350 de
grees F., for about 1 hour or un
til a clean knife inserted in the
center comes out clean. Makes 8
custards.
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W.A. HALLER CORP., PHILA., PA
FAIR" at your favorite bar. club, hotel
This Chicken Pie
Is Gourmet Dish
The House of Murphy restaurant
on South San Vicente Boulevard ir
Los Angeles is famous for its old
tashioned chicken pie with Mothei
Murphy s dumplings. Here are the
directions for the dinner that ha;
made House of Murphy a favorite
stopping-place for gourmets.
Murphy Chicken Pie
Four pound stewing hen, 1
quarts - chicken stock, 'A pound
butter or margarine, 1 cup flour,
1 teaspoon salt, 2 carrots, 4 pota
toes, cooked in jackets, 4 stalks
celery, 12 pearl onions, pinch pep
per.
Boil hen in 2 quarts of water
until tender. Take out and coo);
save stock for gravy. Remove
meat from bones and cut In strips
A inch wide.
To make sauce: Melt butter In
saucepan, add flour and stir. Then
add chicken stock and seasoning.
Let cook for 25 minutes.
To prepare vegetables: Put car
rots, potatoes, celery ana onions
in small amount of water and
cook until just tender.
To make dumplings: Blend to
gether: 2 cups sifted flour, 1 tea
spoon salt, 1 teaspoon finely chop-
ned parsley, 1 tablespoon, baking
nowder. 'dash white pepper. Stir
in: 2 tablesoons melted butter
or margarine and 2 beaten eggs.
Slowly stir in: 2-3 cup milk. When
blended, dnp by 12 heaping tablo-
sioonfuls into large saucepan con
raining hot chicken stock, about
an inch deep. Cover saucepan amd
cook over low heat 10 to 12 min
utes. To combine casserole: Pour half
of sauce in bottom of large deep
skillet or flameproof casserole.
Lay all of chicken meat over
sauce. Spread all cooked vegeta
bles over meat. Pour remaining
sauce over vegetables. Top with
cooked dumplings. Place over low
heat until hot and serve Immedi
ately.
Sunda ydinner: Avocado and
grapefruit cup, House of Murphy
chicken pot pie with Mother's
dumplings, hot rolls, butter, mixed
green salad, French dressing,
black bottom pie, coffee, tea, milk.
Have Dry Bread?
Try This Pudding
Everyone likes a good bread
pudding. Here's one with a deli
cious butterscotch flavor. U would
be a perfect ending tor a dinner
ot chop suoy or crisp noodles,
baked slutted eggs and hend, let
tuce salad. . , ,
Buttenicoteh Bread Pudding
1 quart scalded milk
2 cups bread crumbs
1 cup brown sugar
Vi cup melted butler
2 eggs, slightly beaten
'i teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
Scald milk. Sonk bread crumbs
in milk. Set aside to cool. Cook
brnwn sugar with butter. Add to
milk mixture. Add remaining in
gredients. Bake one hour in but
tered baking dish in 325 degreo
V., oven. Serves 6.
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100 PROOF
PREMIUM QUALITY
STRAIGHT BOURBON
M15 $O70
45 QT. Om PINT
Ms
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KIDS WILL LOVE IT Popcorn
children's parties.
Liver, Bacon,
En Casserole,
Get Applause
Liver is an important source of
valuable nutrients. Even people
who claim they "don't like" liver
will applaud liver and bacon, coun
try style, en casserole. Serve it
with baked potatoes, " escalloped
tomatoes, bread and butter and
cabbage salad. For dessert, top
servings of leftover gingerbread
with custard sauce.
Liver, Country Style
6 slices bacon
1 pound sliced liver
2 tablespoons flour
1 teaspoon salt
M teaspoon pepper .
2 eups milk
cup buttered bread crumbs
Cut bacon in squares, fry in
heavy skillet until crisp. Remove
bacon. Roll liver slices In flour
and brown in bacon fat. Remove
liver. Add .flour, salt and pepper,
stirring until smooth. Gradually
add milk and cook until thick and
smooth. Place alternate layers of
liver slices, bacon, and gravy in a
buttered casserole; top with but
tered crumbs and bake In a mod
erate oven, 350 degrees F. about
45 minutes or until tender. Serves
6. .
Chicken Tops For
Company Dinner
Smothered chicken .is a good
choice for Sunday or company din
ner. Serve it with candied yams,
buttered green beans, cabbage
green pepper salad, crisp rolls
with butter, ginger-pear ice cream
sundae, coffee and milk. Here are
the recipes for the chicken and
the dessert.
Smothered Chicked
1 4-pound young chicken, cut
in serving pieces
1-3 cup sifted all-porpose flour
l'-i teaspoons salt
M teaspoon pepper
V teaspoon ginger
H teaspoon poultry seasoning
Butler for frying
2 cups milk
1 small can mushrooms, pieces
Coat chicken with mixture ol
flour and seasonings. Brown chick
en until golden in color. Place
pieces in a huge buttered casser
ole. Sprinkle any remaining flour
mixture over the top. Pour milk
into skillet and heat to scalding;
add mushrooms and pour over the
chicken. Cover and bake In a mod
erate oven, 325 degrees F., until
tender, about 1 to 1V4 hours.
Serves 5 to 6.
Ginger-Pear Ice Cream
Sundae.
la cup chopped preserved
ginger
'4 cup syrup from ginger
cup chopped walnut meats
One No. 2'.4 can Bartlett
pear halves
1 quart vanilla Ice cream
Combine the ginger, syrup and
nuts. Drain Bartlett pears and
place one or two (depending on
size of pears) on each dessert
plate. Drop a generous serving of
ice cream in center of pear and
top with a spoonful of ginger-nut
sauce. Serves 8.
DOKSN'T PAY
FHtLAPELPH I A (L'Pl- James
Jackson, 63, figures it doesn't pay
to call out cheerful greetings to
strangers.
Jackson told police Sunday he
wished a passer-by "good morn
ing" and was promptly answered
with a "good morning, nothing.
The stranger held him up and got
away with a dollar.
RKIVK CAKKI t U.V
LODI. N.J. (UP) A drive-in
heater on busy Route -16 Monday
Kisted this sign: "Please drive
arofuUy the life you save may
h one of our spring customers."
Russet Seed Potatoes
Foundation or Certified
$3.75 $3.50
Bagged & tagged in new sacks at Bonanza cellars.
HASKINS and COMPANY
Phone 2169 (Bonanza) Bonanza, Ore.
4 u. 1 1
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"on the cob" ii a sure-fire hit for
Torn on Cob"
Is Popcorn Treat
February is a natural for chil
dren's parties. And a treat that's
sure to make a hit is popcorn.
They'll be doubly excited when
you make them pop corn "on the
cob."
Best of all, the children can
have thier fill of this delicious, nu
tritiuos treat at a cost of only
pennies to you! Let them help
you pop the corn and prepare the
"corn on the cobs . . . they 11
have a wonderful time joining in
the fun.
Pop Corn "on the Cob"
1 cup sugar
1-3 cup white corn syrup
1-3 cup water
Yihi cup butter
tsp. salt
tsp. vanilla
3 quarts popped pop corn
Put ' sugar, corn syrup, water,
butter, and salt in a sauce pan
and cook until syrup forms a brit
tle ball in cold water. Add vanilla
and stir only enough to mix it
through hot syrup. Place pop corn
in large mixing, bowl and pour
cooked syrup sloivly over popped
corn, mixing well to coat every
kernel. While the mixture is still
warm, wet hands slightly and
form into the shape of ears
of corn. Then cut green cello
phane into strips shaped like
leaves of husks, and tic with
string at one end.
IN COMMAND - Lt.-Gen. J.
H. Atkinson, 55, Is the U. S.
commander of the unified
Army, Navy and Air Force de
fense of Alaska. A veteran of
30 years in the military, Atkin
son served in England, Africa
and Italy during World War II,
Helicopter Used
To Hunt Subs
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (UP)
When Bell Aircraft Corp. re
cently delivered to the Navy a
helicopter "designed to track down
and destroy submarines, the com
pany registered an aviation
"first."
This first sub-chasing helicopter
is now undergoing extensive
tests, but the company expects to
make deliveries to the Navy ear
ly in li55. The craft was devel
oped in Bell's local plant, but
production is centered in the Ft.
Worth, Tex. plant.
Designated the HSL-1, the 'cop
ter is equipped with sonar detec
tion equipment that can be dipped
into the sea lo "listen" for subs.
It also carries lightweight "hom
ing" weapons that follow through
in destroying the tracked - down
enemy submarines.
It is capable of speeds up to
13$ miles an hour, or can hover
motionless while it pinpoints a
sub's location before discharging
what Bell refers to as its "hom
ing armament," apparently some
kind of weapon that is guided au
tomatically lo its underwriter target.
THRIFTWAY
Free Hose
WHh order of $10 or more. Choice of Pink,
Red, Yellow or Bi-Color. Hurry if you want
FREE BUSHES!
Effective Thru Saturday, Feb. 26
FREE 15c packet FLOWER SEEDS
With Golden West
COFFEE
SPECIAL! for tasv SHKIMP SUPPER
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No. 1. rung chunk
Sfarkist Tuna ........ 3 cans 5 1.00
Porters. 24-oz
Elbow Macaroni
Tillamook
Cheddar Cheese
Hood.v's. 18-oz cream or chunk
Peanut Butter
Mild American
Cheddar
Pillsbury, 2 lb pkg, flour
ilb.39c
16 bag Ctn
25c
Butter Milk Pancake pkg. 35'
Albers, yellow or white
CORN MEAL
Siskiyou No. 2 Freestone
SLICED PEACHES
Shurfine All Purpose
FLOUR
Tastewell
Margarine
Regular
Short Shank
PICNICS
,b 35c
ipe Bananas
Carrots
Florida
Grapefruit
Cauliflower
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By Popular Demand again
Lou-Z-Ana
SHRIMP 4
cans
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POUND HAW SHRIMP
Broken
pkg. 32c
.lb 69c
jar 49c
Cheese
Save 6c Libby's, 12-OI
Corned Beef can 43c
l . . ...... i-
Royal Treat; pieces and stems 2-oz
Mushrooms 2 cans 27c
Reg. or Chocolate
Ovaitine 6-oz. 33c 14-oz. 59c
Sunshine, 12-oz
Hydrox Cookies pkg. 39c
21 lbs
29c
25c
79e
can
1Q lb sack
5
Fresh Smelts ....
Pan Ready Fryers
Ground Beef
Fillets or
Red Snapper
Corned Beef
lb 19c
2 bun 19c
4 for 29c
lb 23c
Congress Thriftway Market
210 Congress Phone 360
Bushes
lb .89'
Grade AA Large
doz
55'
lb. 49
Vermont ,
Maid
SYRUP
24-oz jar
55'
lbs. 1.00
lb 29c 2 lbs 55c
lb 55c
3 lbs $1.00
lb 33c
lb 59c
Favorite For
Spring Pies
RHUBARB
ib 19c
1 lb box
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