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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1920)
FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920
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STEUSLOFF BROS MARKET
I Court & Liberty Sts. Phone 1528
qA fresh beef
Boiling Pieces, pound.... 14 C an 18 C
Pot Roasts, pound ..... :.......:......20c
Choice Broilers and Young Hens
Grain Fatted" i
' All Kinds
Cooked Luncheon; Meats, Etc.
Finest Quality, All Kinds
Fresh, Cured and Smoked Meats,
Pure Lard, Sausages, Etc.
Steusloff Bros. Market
ST. NICHOLAS SALAD.
Remove the yolks from two hard-,
boiled eggs; then mash them with one
tablespoonful of butter, half a teas
poonful of anchovy paste, a few drops
of lemon Juice, half a teaspoonful 01
white pepper, and refill the whites, .
Coat with liquid aspic Jelly. Place on
slices of tomato seasoned with olive
ail, tarragon vinegar and a little salt.
Garnish with chopped parsley.
CREAM CHEESE SALAD. -Mix
cream cheese with onefourth as
much chopped nuts; blend the mix-
ture with a little thick cream, season
' with pepper and salt, and form into
tiny balls. Pare and core good tart
apples, and cut Into rings about -in.
thick.' Arrange the slices on lettuce
leaves and place the cheese balls in
the center. Serve with a French dres
sing' made with eraon Juice. .. ... .
'' SHAMROCK SALAD. ,
After paring, cut cucumbers into reo
tangular shapes two or three Inches
long by one and one-half inches mgn,
then slice the same and spread evenly
with a mayonnaise dressing stiffened
by the addition of one-half teaspoon
ful of granulated gelatin dissolved in
one-half tablespoonful hot water . to
each cupful. of dressing. Cut small pie
ces of green pepper to represent sham
rocks and place on cucumber slices,
together with diamond-shaped pieces
of truffle. Serve in individual nessts of
lettuce leaves. .
,, Form a box from salted wafers by
dipping the ends of four wafers in liq
uid, aspic,, and tsanding them up like
the sides of a box. Let them stand in
a cool place until ready to serve. For .
the salad mix one cupful of chicken
and tomato cubes, one-half cupful of
chicken stock, and salad dressing to
taste. Line the wafer box With lettuce
leaves, fill with the salad and garnish
the plate With curled celery or parsley
Scoop out the inside of nnpeeled cu
cumbers so that they resemble little
green boats. Chop the pulp fine, andd
a little onion; drain, then add chopped
peppers or celery. Add French dress-,
ing. A place card attached to a tooth
pick will give each of the boats a sail.
Cut three lemons into halves and
carefully remove the pulp. Strain off
some of the Juice. Remove the white
skin and mix the pulp with finely
chopped cabbage, well seasoned with
salt, pepper and oil. Refill the lemon
cups, garnish the top with fine chopped
beets, and serve on lettuce leaves.
6 pts prunes, 4 pts sugar, 2 IBs chop
Juice of 4 oranges.
Juice of one lemon. -
Chopped rind of each a lemon ana
Boil half hour and seal.
For picnic lunches as well as for the most
particular dinner table
We bake in automatically regulated electric
ovens: White Bread, Rais en Bread, Nut Bread,
Coconut, Oat Meal, Ginger and Raisin Cookies,
Doughnuts, Gup Cakes,Snails,CreamPuffs,Jel
ly Roll and Layer Cakes.
Pies, Rolls and Buns.
457 State Street
For That Outing Lunch
U Purity Cross Creamed Chicken,
Welsh Rarebit, Deviled Chili Meat
Heinz & Libby's Canned Goods, Mrs. Porter's
Mayonaise and Thousand Island Salad Dress
ing, Red Ribbon Ripe Olives and Sardines.
True Blue Cookies and Crackers
rA fresh supply of High Grade Domestic and
Imported Cheese such as
Oregon Cream Brick, Wisconsin Cream Brick,
Tillamook, Swiss, Camembert, Primost,
Limburger, MacLarens, Nippy and Imperial,
Beaver Brand Breakfast and Neufchatel,
Elkhorn Brand Camembert, Roquefort,
Limburger and Kraft
FRESH BREAD DAILY
Our usual supply of U. S. Government Inspected
Fresh and Smoked Meats.
Ice Cold Water at all times at Sanitary Drinking
'"meats of quality and flavor
Carnival Prices that Save
Hill's Blue Can Coffee
10-pound sack Hard Wheat
Pancake Flour ..
Lard, 4 pounds
Shortening, No. 5
Karo Syrup, No. 5 pail
Krinkle Corn Flakes, 3 for
Oyster Soup Crackers
Pop Corn, per pound
Large Pkg. Alber's Oats -.. Q2,C
Small Pkg. Rolled Oats
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour ..........v......
Large Pkg. Wheat Flakes
Salmon, tall can, 5 for ... : gl.QO
$1.00 Special Broom for . ........ ?n
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Peanut Butter, 5 lbs. for ggg
Fresh Oregon Cheese, 3 lbs. $1,00
Armour's Mixed Vegetables,- Qc
String Beans -- 5C
Swift's Pride Washing Powder, large 20c
Elk Savon Soap, 21 bars for $JQ0
Seafoam Washing Powder, bulk Qq
Wool Soap, 2 for I5c
Matches, large, per box Fj
Pork and Beans, large can 23c
Mason Fruit Jars, quarts, dozen 95 C
Mason Fruit Jars, i2 gallons $1.20
Fresh Cottage Rolls ! ggg
Fresh Picnic Hams . 26c
Bacon Back . 4C
Armour's Summer Sausage, per lb JjJQ
Fresh Sausage, per pound --- 25 C
Herring, 2 for 1 , PJg
Cod Fish, 2 lb. bricks :.
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