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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazelle; Pec. 27, 9 Creamed chicken's the cargo in these roll boats a last minute super treat. Chicken Boats Stand Ready for Guests When those unexpected guests drop in. or ono of the kids iisks a few ravenous friends in to feed, you'll he ready with this main dish emergency meal. Chicken Deluxe Boats. I'repared, convenience foods go together with the greatest of ease making you the culinary genius. Mix cream nf chicken soup, canned chicken and water chestnuts to fill in- dividual hoats. Cut off the lop and scoop out French rolls for the "boats." Fill each with the savory mixture prepared on top of the range. For the sophisticated palates, add an extra touch of elegance, just a hit of dry white wine. The chicken mixture may he prepared ahead of lime and frozen, or reheated as the occasion demands. To round out the quick and easy meal, serve Chicken Deluxe Boats with a fresh and crisp salad and a simple dessert. Canned cooked chicken is very tender and will break into bits while being cooked, unless treated very carefully. So use a light hand and large spoon, and fold rather than stir chicken into creamed mixture. Do not discard the roll tops. They can be buttered and baked to be enjoyed with chicken boats, or dried for bread crumbs. Chicken Deluxe Boats li enriched French rolls 1 can nz.) cream of chicken soup 2 tbsps. enriched flour 1 tbsp. instant minced onion 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce Vi tsp. pepper 1 can (7 07..) boned chicken or 1 cup cooked chopped chicken 1 can (5 oz.) water chestnuts, drained and chopped 1 can (2 ox.) mushroom stems and pieces, undrained cup sliced pimiento stuffed olives '4 cup dry white wine, optional Cut tops off rolls. Hollow out insides. Bake in preheated degree oven about 10 minutes, lu medium saucepan combine soup, flour, onion, Worcestershire sauce and pepper; stir until smooth. Add remaining ingredients and cook until thoroughly heated and onion is soft. Spoon filling into rolls. Serves li. fyLJear By Abigail Van Bnren DEAR ABBY: I've been dat- ing this attractive, well-to-do bachelor for about six months. (I'm a widow.) My problem is that I'm the giver and he's the taker. I have bought him several nice gifts just to let him know I'm thinking of him, but he has not bought me a thing. He spends a fortune on himself, so it's not that he doesn't like to shop. And he has great taste. Whenever he gels a gift from me he seems pleased and says something like: "1 really should give you some- thing, but you know how busy I am." Or: "I saw something in a store window yesterday and would have bought it for you, but the store was closed." I can afford to buy anything I need, but it would mean so much to get a little gift from him. Why can't he get around to buying me something when he knows how happy it would make me? WAITING DEAR WAITING; Seme men hate to shop for gifts for i Others are thonght- i less. And some are just plain cheap. After Christmas, let me know what you got In your stocking besides your leg, and I'll, give yon a reading on this altrtlve, well-to-do, busy bachelor. dreaming about vacations you can't afford to take. Fruit Dessert Is Versatile By Alleen Claire NBA food Editor Fruit may appear in many guises during a meal. A Baked Spiced Fruit Ambrosia certainly whets the taste buds of dessert fans. However, this dish also may be served with a meat dish. Baked Spiced Fruit Ambrosia 1 can (1 pound 4 ounces) pineapple chunks 1 can (1 pound 1 ounce) apricot halves cup maraschino cherries halved 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice, divided 1% cups all-purpose flour cup sugar teaspoon salt cup butter or margarine 1 can to 4 ounces) shredded coconut Drain canned fruits, reserv- ing cup of one of the syr- ups. In a large bowl combine the reserved syrup with the fruits, lemon peel and juice and 1 teaspoon of the pumpkin pie spice; mix well. Spoon into a buttered 12x8x2-inch baking dish. Combine flour, sugar, salt and remaining 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice. With a pastry blender cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs; stir in coco- nut. Spoon evenly over top of fruits. Bake in a preheated 400-degree oven for 40 minutes or until hot and topping is browned. Serve hot as a meat accompaniment or warm as a dessert. Makes 10 to 12 por- tions. CROUTON ADVICE Cube leftover buttered loast to make croutons [or soups and salads. The cubes arc then ready to be used for a special dinner or salad party. Store in plastic bags in the freezer and use only the de- sired amount at (he time. Croutons may be quickly rccrispcd by placing on bak- ing sheel in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes. U.S. Professor's Daughter Flees Chile SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) The 18-year-old daughter uf a State University of New York professor has flown to Spain and freedom after being jailed in Chile for alleged Marxist subversion. Government authorities said Beatrix Castedo Mira, daughter of Prof. Leopoldo Castedo of the Stonybrook. N.Y., campus of the state university, and three other women left for Spain on Wed- nesday after receiving safe conduct passes out of Chile. The four hold Spanish na- tionality and had been detained at various limes since Sep- tember. All were accused of having links to the clandestine revolutionary left movement, known as MIR. Miss Castedo. who is also Chilean by birth, was picked BECOME A HAIRSTYLIST Than It an ACUTE SHORTAGE of ikillod halrdreswri. ENROLL NOW in the January clan at Hie YOUNG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY, 108 lit StrMt S.E. ul or call 366-0468 KREBS 2424 18th St. SW FLOWER SHOP 363-2081 up Dec. 5 after a gun battle belwucii security forces and alleged MIR militants. One suspect was killed. Her father, who lived in Chile for 20 years, compiled the standard reference work used here by students and researchers, "The History of Chile." Her mother, Pilar Mira, is a well-known Chilean pianist. Reliable sources said the government had evidence lliat Miss Castedo had been mumbur (if Mill bincu the ii, of 15 and that she helped forge false documents for the mili- tants. The other women were iden- tified as Ofclia Nistal. 25, a dentist; Maria del Carmen Neira, professor of art, and Aranxaxu Pinedo, 25, a drama student. The women were placed aboard a regular Spanish airline flight to Madrid. PRE-INVENTORY SEWING MACHINES VIKING NECCHI RICCAR NELCO DIAL SEW NEW DEMONSTRATORS FLOOR MODELS USED 10% TO 45% ON ALL MACHINES IN STOCK Close Out Safe All Craft Gift Items 3O% to 4O% OFF Dacember 20 thru January 4 AH SalM Final ROORDA'S CORNIR CTORI St. and Mr. Varnofl Rd. S.E. Bank Aimrkard Maitorcharge Permit No. 9296 Iftcns Famous General Electric and Frigidaire 1974 Models at llten's Famous Low Prices! SWASHERS DRYERS REFRIGERATORS COLOR TV A Dishwashers RANGES WE'VE GOT INFLATION ON THE RUN! General Electric FtMdaire Appliances! Shop Monday and Thursday nights 'til 9 and all day Saturday 06 Second Ave. SW Phone 363-0283 West End of the Second Avenue Bridge A FEW Of THE MANY BARGAINS VIKING (FLOOR Reg. 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