The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, March 01, 1962, Page 8, Image 8

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    8 The Bend Bulletin, Thursday, March 1, 1962
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March l: Deadline for
filing your persona! property re
turns, if you're so lucky as to
own personal property that make
you money. Resolve, with Mark
Twain, not to spend more than
you make this fiscal year. Even
Experiment with
herbs and spices
'. Dare to venture on your own
uith meat dishes and experiment
with those herbs and spices too
often left sitting on the kitchen
shelf. They can enhance the fla
vor of ordinary foods, taking
them from the ordinary to the
gourmet class.
Use spices and herbs fresh and
use them sparingly. . .about U
teaspoon per pound of meat, or
Jess for stronger spices. Never
make them overpowering, for
spices should enhance the flavor
of the meat, not disguise it
A number of spices and herbs
go well with beef stews and pot-
roasts: basil. Day leal, ceiery
seed, cloves, garlic, ginger, mar
joram, oregano, rosemary or
thyme. For veaL try poultry sea
soning, tarragon, onion salt or cel
ery salt
Cloves and mustard are natu
rals with cured pork. Add cara
way seed, doves, oregano or sage
to fresh pork, or rub corriander
on a pork roast
Lamb dishes are deliriously fla
vored with dill, garlic salt, mar
'joram, mint or rosemary. Bay
jeaf, caraway seed, cloves, garlic
or thyme would be delicious with
liver.
Ground beef and meat loaves
take well to a variety of herbs
and spices, such as basil, mar
joram, oregano, garlic salt, celery
salt and onion salt.
These are just a few Ideas to
set you exploring into the world
of meats with herbs and spices.
Manv combinations are possible.
and each new discovery will add
to your good-cook reputation.
Canned cherries
brighten chicken
in unusual dish
March weather can be dreary.
So let's serve a bright, different
and delicious chicken dish to keep
up our spirits.
Here's such a dish. Dark sweet
cherries accent the golden brown
chicken. And pineapple chunks
and sprigs of mint add more fla
vor and texture to this Pacific
Northwest specialty.
Chtrrltd Chlclttn
6 to 8 pieces chicken (breast
thighs, legs)
1S cup flour
1 teaspoon salt
Vi teaspoon paprika
Vi teaspoon curry powder
Vt cup shortening
1 cup dry white wine or
1 tablespoon lemon juice In 1
cup water
1 can (1-poundl dark sweet
cherries, drained
Pineapple chunks
' Sprig of mint
Wash chicken and drain. Dust In
seasoned flour. Cook slowly In hot
shortening until golden brown.
Pour over wine or lemon juice
'and water, cover and simmer 25
, minutes.
' Sprinkle cherries over chicken
(If liquid has cooked away, pour
in Vi cup liquid). Cook uncovered
'20 minutes or until chicken is
tender. Remove. Arrange on plnt
;tor. Garnish with pineapple
. chunks and sprigs of mint
'(Mnkes 6 to 8 servings.)
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If you have to borrow to do It
Saturday, March 3: Alexander
Graham Bell born on this date in
Edinburgh, Scotland, 1847. And
century later, Don Ameche took
all the credit for inventing the
telephone. Do you have teen-agers
who eat stand-up snacks while
having long-winded telephone con
versations? (Excuse me a minute
please. I have to put on a different
record and get some fresh cof
fee.)
Sunday, March 4: Qulnquagcsl
ma Sunday, last Sunday before
Lent, seventh before Easter. For
a memorable Sunday dinner,
serve baked ham with au gratin
potatoes, barely-tender Brussels
sprouts, pickled peaches and slic
ed tomato salad with sour cream
dressing. Mint Ice cream with
chocolate sauce for dessert This
dinner is as pretty to look at as a
sunrise in the rain. And not nearly
so likely to give you the sniffles.
Monday, March 5: George West
Inghouse received his patent for
his triple air-brake in 1872. And
now pretty ladies on television
crane their heads Inside a refrig
erator bearing his name, and
make everybody drool. (Remem
ber the Easter bunny in the re
frigerator? He thought It was a
Westinghouse and he was just
westin'.)
Tuesday, March 6: Shrove Tues
day. Pancake day. For something
different try Orange Pancakes.
Combine 2 cups pancake mix, tt
cup milk, IVi cups orange juice, 1
eng. beaten and 2 tablespoons
cooking oil, melted butter or other
shortening. Combine all ingredi
ents. Mix with spoon or egg beat
er just until smooth. Bake on hot
griddle or in lightly greased skil
let, turning once. DO NOT stir
batter between bakings. Serve
with buttered syrup and little pig
sausages.
Wednesday, March 7: First day
of Lent. You can make a jiffy
sauce for asparagus by gently
blending and heating together one
package '3 oz.' chive cream
cheese and one tablespoon milk.
Spoon over Vi pounds fresh or
two packages frozen (10 oz. each)
hot, cooked asparagus. Serve on
toast to five lucky people.
Thursday, March 8: The trou
ble with being a parent is that
by the time you're experienced,
you're unemployed. Might as well
bake a batch of cookies. You re
lucky you have someone to eat
cm.
Chocolate milk
banana nog base
Here's a beverage-dessert that's
just right after a luncheon sandwich.
Chocolate Banana Nog
2 ripe bananas, mashed
1 quart milk or dairy chocolate
milk
Vi cup chocolate syrup (omit if
using dairy chocolate milk)
W teaspoon salt
Mix all ingredients together, us
ing rotary beater or blender. Pour
into tall glasses. Garnish with ba
nana slices, if desired. Makes 6
servings.
VITAMIN A SOURCE
Butter is especially rich In vita
min A. Vitamin A is present in
butter in both its natural form
and as the yellow pigment, caro
tene. Carotene gives butter its ,
natural yellow color. And caro
tene is converted into vitamin
A in your body and stored for use
as needed. Vitamin A is neces-1
sary for growth, healthy eves and
skin and maintenance of healthy j
tissues for resistance to infection.
TASTY DRESSING
Cottage cheese added to French
dressing and used for lettuce or
omer vegetable salads makes a
salad dressing that is tasty.
Chicken-vegetable kettle
economical family dinner
Tor Sunday dinner, how about a
kettle of chicken and vegetables?
Economical, because broiler-fryers
are one of the best meat buys
on the market; delicious, because
these chickens can be remarkably
tender.
Chlcktn with Vegetables
1 broiler-fryer chicken, quarter
ed 1 teaspoon salt, divided
Vi teaspoon pepper
4 tablespoons butler
2 tablespoons flour
Vi teaspoon each, thyme and
rosemary
1 teaspoon sugar
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Hi cups water
12 small onions, peeled
V pound fresh mushrooms
Sprinkle chicken with ti lea
spoon of the salt and pepper.
Brown in butter in Dutch oven or
heavy skillet; remove. Add flour,
herbs, sugar and remaining b
teaspoon salt to drippings in pan;
stir to a smooth paste.
Add lemon juice and water.
Cook, stirring constantly, until
mixture comes to a boil. Add
chicken and onions. Cover; sim
mer 20 minutes. Add mushrooms;
cook 10 minutes longer. (Yield: 4
servings.)
1 broiler-fryer chicken quarter
ed
1 tablespoon flour
i teaspoon salt
116 teaspoon pepper
i teaspoon paprika
Vi stalk finely chopped celery
with leaves
1 small onion
Vi cup water
2 tablespoons butter
Vi cup light cream
Wash and dry chicken. Place In
a 2-quart casserole. Combine
flour, salt, pepper and paprika;
sprinkle over chicken pieces. Add
celery and onion; add water. Dot
with butter.
Bake uncovered In moderate
oven (375 degrees F.) for 45 min
utes. Add cream, cover and bake
5 minutes longer. (Yield: 4 serv
ings.) SOUP OR SALAD PARTNERS
Cut thin slices of refrigerator
rye bread, spread with softened
butter and sprinkle with Parme
san cheese. Toast until crisp and
serve with soup or salad. Or
cream butter with a dash of mus
tard, a squeeze of lemon and a
little chopped parsley, then spread
it lavishly on small sandwich
slices.
Curry enlivens
India lamb stew
Turning to the exotic lands of
enchantment for new cookery
ideas, we find the delightful curry
dishes of India.
Indian Lamb Sttw
2 pounds boneless Iamb, cut In
1 to IVi-inch pieces
2 tablespoons lard or drippings
2 teaspoons salt
V teaspoon pepper
2 teaspoons curry powder
-1 small clove garlic, minced
H cup chopped onion
2 cups water
1 package (10 ounces) frozen
peas
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Brown lamb in lard or drip
pings. Pour off drippings. Add
salt pepper, curry powder, gar
lic, onion and water. Cover lightly
and cook slowly Hi hours. Add
peas and cook 20 to 25 minutes or
until lamb is tender and peas are
done. Stir in lemon juice. 6 servings.
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Featuring
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Raspberries fop refrigerator pie
Raspberry Ice Cream Pie is a
pretty dessert for dinner or re
freshment time.
Raspberry Ice Cream Pit
1 13 cups fine graham cracker
crumbs
Vi cup sugar
Vi teaspoon cinnamon
V teaspoon salt
13 cup butter, melted
1 quart vanilla ice cream
1 pint fresh or frozen raspber
ries Blend cracker crumbs with sug
ar, cinnamon, and salt Blend in
melted butter. Line a 9-inch pie
pan with mixture, pressing firm
ly into bottom and on sides of
pan. Chill thoroughly. .
Fill pie shell with a layer of ice
cream; top with a layer of rasp
berries, sweetened to taste. Add
another layer of ice cream. Gar
nish top with raspberries. Serve
immediately, or place in freezer
until ready to serve. Makes 6 serv
ings. WINE-BASTED HAM
A slice of ham, or a whole can
ned ham, takes on an interesting
new flavor if it is basted with
port wine as it bakes in the oven.
Mixing the wine with a little honey
will produce a beautiful glaze.
PROTEIN SOURCE
Cottage cheese stands out as an
inexpensive source of protein. A
serving of this fine dairy food
costs Vi to Vi less than most meat.
SUNRISE
BAKERY
Friday & Saturday Specials At The Retail Store
CREAM PUFFS
20
Each
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Cookies ..... 3 Doz. $1.00
OOHLA-LAI
PnrfHinB mixes take on ne
character when sherry replaces lt
cup of the milk cauea lor in uie
package directions.
CONTINENTAL DESSERT
This pretty dessert has a de
lightful flavor. Make rasDberrv-
flavored gelatin with California
Rose wine as nail tne uqura. wnrn
eliohtlv Mled. beat with rotary
beater until fluffy. Spoon into
sherbet glasses, chill and serve
with sweet or sour cream.
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You hear a good deal
these days about food ad
ditives, but I wonder just
how much my readers
know about them. Usual
ly these are chemicals
added to food for the pur
pose of improving the
color, flavor, texture, and
keeping qualities. Many
modern packaged food
products could not be
produced without these
additives. Some people
feci that there is danger
in additives in food; but
there are federal, state
and community laws
which prohibit the use of
materials w h i c h might
cause harm to the con
sumer. In fad, there is a
division of the federal
government financed by
the taxpayers, that is a
watch-dog over what we
use for nourishment and
medicine. This is the
Food and Drug Admini
stration whose job it is
to see to It that chemi
cals be found safe before
they are added to food.
Enjoy an evening of dining and dancing out tonight it THE
FIRESIDE where you'll find t PLEASANT. INTIMATE AT-
MOSPHERE in which to enjoy a DELICIOUS MEAL
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3 5 lb. average
a little "CRESCENT" onion salt adds zest to meatsl
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