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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania SMEW Reg, ASSORTED FLAVORS icecream WITH PURCHASE OF 4 WESTINGHOUSE LIGHT BULBS AND COUPON AT RIGHT. half gallon square pict[ pantry pride produce CALIFORNIA VINE RIPENED LARGE cantaloupes JL Pantry Pride 415 LIMIT ONE COUPON -PER FAMILY PRICE REDUCTION THE AMOUNT SHOWN WILL BE DEDUCT66 FROM THE REG. PRICE OF ANY HALF GAL. SQUARE PKG. Breyers ice cream WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF 4-WESTINGHOUSE LIGHT BULBS VALID SUN AUG 3rd THRU SAT AUG. 9th for GOLDEN RIPE bananas 5 6 CRISP TENDER V ciaf features effective "3rd" thru Sat., Aug. 9th. Pantry Pride DISCOUNT FOODS -Ibs. Mb. bag MEATY green peppers........ib. 29c FRESH green cabbage........ .ASSORTED- tropical plants 3 o CRISP red radishes 2 29c MEATY fresh egg plants 25c FRESH BULK tangy scallions 5 89c fresh garlic.. 69c Shasta diet soda ASSORTED FLAVORS 12-oz. can frozen QUANTITIES WILL BE SOLD AT REGULAR PRICE BANQUET meat pies (REG. OR MACARONIS CHEESE DINNER (REG. PRICE GREEN GIANT FROZEN (REG: PRICE Vlasic KOSHER DILL CHIPS OR POLISH DILL ]-qt. 14-oz. jar 79 Niblets w TH 2 PC BANQUET FROZEN (REG. PRICE 53P) spaghetti .SEABROOK FROZEN (REG. PRICE 47C diced carrots TASTE O' SEA FROZEN FLOUNDER pkg. HADDOCK 9-oz. pkg. HANOVER FROZEN french fries 2 DOWNY FLAKE FROZEN french toast. 9XOI'57c PANTRY PRIDE (REG. PRICE 22C) orange juice 2 43c' Pantry Pride iced tea mix S139 Maxwell House instant coffee 1-lb. 8-oz. jar Pantry Pride I I _ 416 I LIMIT ONE COUPON PER FAMILY I 10-oz. jar WITH COUPON BELOW PRICE REDUCTION AMOUNT SHOWN WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM THE REG. PRICE OF ANY 10-oz. JAR Maxwell House instant coffee VALID SUN.. AUG. 3rd THRU SAT., AUG. 9th refreshing GRAPE OR CHERRY Funny Face'P3C 99c' ASSORTED FLAVORS Funny Face....... UNSWEETENED KoolAid..... SUGAR ADDED ASSORTED Kool-Aid WYLER'S ASSORTED (3-oz. pkg. drinkmixesp2c99c b.. 7-02.1 can Pk9 .045 toiletries Brack shampoo 99 SAVE 90? OFF LABEL) NORMAL OILY OR DRY 15-oz. bottle SAVE 35? OFF LABEL) REG. WITH _ Breck creme rinse bo..io 99c SAVE70? -LASTING HOLD NON-AEROSOL REG. or UNSCENTED Miss Breck hair spray S: 99c SAVE PACK Aim toothpaste ;78c SAVE Of F LABEL) REG. OR HERBAL lOtlOn bonk 69C Vaseline grocery features REGULAR (SUGAR FREE 6-12-oz. CANS 89C) HyTy me iced tea 6 99 99 FYNETASTE strawberry preserves FOR YOUR LAUNDRY Pantry Pride bleach 2-lb. jar gallon bottle 49 HAPPY CHEF bar-b-que sauce NON-DAIRY Coffee-mate.... RED "L" FROZEN ASST'D hor d'oeuvres PANTRY PRIDE tomato soup BETTY CROCKER JIFFY CORN bot. Mb., 6-oi. jar 45c muffin 21c PILLSBURY streusel swirl Mb., HAPPY JACK pancake syrup l-qt. l-oi. bol. 14c WELCH'S grape jelly r55c PANTRY PRIDE trash can liners. REYNOLD'S alum.wrap... DOW bathroinn cleaner 1-pt., I-OZ. can 89c CHEFBOYARDEE beef ravioli...........'LT49c HEINZ "57" steak LIQUID air freshener PANTRY PRIDE lawn leaf bags 79c FRISKY puppy FRISKY DRY cat A CASH REBATE WILL BE GIVEN WITH THE PURCHASE OF 7-oz. CAN Right Guard "REGULAR deodorantl VMID SON.. AUG. 3rd THRU SAT., AUG. Pantry Pnde r MOV-20 i m m mm mm mm A CASH REBATE WILL BE GIVEN WITH THE PURCHASE OF HALF GAL. BOHLE Cold WaUr All LIQUID LAUNDRY detergent VALID SUN., AUG. 3r4 THRU SAT., AUG. 9th LIMIT ONE COUfON Pfft FAMILY Pantry Pride P-10V-30 A CASH REBATE WILL BE GIVEN WITH THE PURCHASE OF PKG. of 40 Modass reg. or super AUG. 3rd THRU SAT., AUG. 9th LIMIT ONE COUfON Pf R FAMILY Pantry' Pride "P-10V-50 DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMM Upsidedown cake with nectarines By CECILY BBOWN8TONE Associated Prat Food Editor it's time to celebrate an inge- mous American invention In a square (9.by 9 by I3i inches) cake pan over low heat T kitchen pit ut each half the years we have made it with into 4 thick Arrange in Cream the .cup butter and almost every kind of fruit: attractive des.gn over but pies, apricots, blueberries, 'er-sugar mature they will cherries, peaches, pineapple, not cover entire surface plums, strawberries. We the CUD butt thought we had run the gamut. NThS w'mmpr for the first Stir in' flour" mixture in several inis sunim6r, lor uic urai uruK time, we tried a recipe featur-additions w.th ing fresh nectarines and the milk, just until anwtti each dessert was delicious. The nee-time. Spoon evenly over necta- tarines hold up in neat slices nnes. and have delicate flavor. The Bake in a cake batter is a decent onefee ovHen tester and, most important of all, from, sides of pan and a tester there's a good ratio of cake to m the fruit not too much, not too little. FRESH NECTARINE UPSIDEDOWN CAKE cups sifted cake flour 1'j teaspoons baking powder '2 teaspoon salt l-3rd cup butter 'j cup firmly packed light sugar 3 large (about 1 pound) fresh nectarines l: cup butter or margarine 2-3rds cup granulated sugar Large egg Grated rind of 1 lemon rack and let stand for 10 min- utes. With a small metal spa- tula loosen edges; invert onto a serving plate. Serve warm (or reheat) with a topping of whip- ped cream or vanilla ice cream. Makes 9 servings. Note: For the most delicate cake batter, use cake flour as suggested and sift before meas- uring. For a good but a little less delicate batter, all-purpose flour may be used; either sift marked u CUD milk (even if the flour is 6n Sax or brown paper sift together the flour, baking pow- tnorougmy der and salt. measuring. to aerate before .j Antlpasto lunch can be thrifty By CECILY BROWNSTONE For a vegetable you can Associated Press Food Editor choose carrots from your mar- Omar Khayyam thought that ket or garden and serve them a ]ug of wine, a loaf of bread raw or cooked and marinated and a 'favorite companion was in French dressing. Cooked paradise enow. At this season snap beans and cooked celery of the year we think that a also take to the marinade treat- pitcher of iced tea, a loaf of ment Cherry tomatoes or regu- bread and half a dozen good lar ones 'are good to serve. jwith friends is pleasure enough, other vegetables. Ripe or green With these at hand one can en- olives, though traditional, may joy offering a platter of anti- be omitted. pasto for a summer noontime. meal- t The loaf of bread? Whether Antipasto is easy to assemble. home.baked or bought, it and can be thrifty or luxurious ghoujd be a varjet Because it is usually composed With jt flffer cruncf] of meat, fish, eggs, cheese and bread stjcks ffiat aJso te vegetables, there s great lati- baked at home or bought tude. And now to that pitcher of Meat first. The choice can be tea. Brew it by your favorite the thriftiest of cold cuts in- method for serving it iced and stead of the traditional but offer lemon or lime and sugar more expensive Genoa salami with it. or prosciutto. A group of U. S. Dept. of Agriculture staff mem- bers who recently made a sur- vey of ready-to-eat meats in New York found that the most economical ones were ''Chubs" (chunks) of unsliced bologna and liverwurst. often priced be- tween 79 and 99 cents per pound. The fish served with anti- pasto is usually canned an- _ _ chovies or sardines or both. If Associated Press Food Editor there's a fisherman in the farni- TEEN-AGE GET-TOGETHER ly. who smokes his catch, Gazpacho there's no reason why it can't Tuna Sandwiches substitute for the canned fish. Banana splits Beveragt- Hard-cooked eggs, cut in FRANCES'S TUNA quarters, often appear with an- SANDWICHES tipasto. But the eggs can play a ,_ 2 tablespoons more attractive and filling role on a thrifty platter if you halve them, mash the yolks with a little mayonnaise, mustard and lemon and pile the mixture back into the egg-white cav- Teen-age party treat By CECILY BROWNSTONE canb lties- u For cheese, choose a semisoft mild variety. Mild Cheddar, for example, costs less than sharp or extra-sharp Cheddar. ABORTION INFORMATION BUREAU INC. IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION IN PA. CALi IN N.J. CALL TOLL FREE (800) 523-5222 mayonnaise 2 tablespoons prepared mustard ..i teaspoons lemon juice teaspoon pepper Three chunk- style tuna, undrained 1 cup very finely chopped celery 16 slices thin white bread 14 slices thin wholewheat ibread In a medium mixing bowl, stir together the mayonnaise, mus- lemon juice and pepper. Add tuna and celery and mix well. Using the tuna mixture as the filling, make 8 white-bread sandwiches and 7 whole-wheat, sandwiches; cut each sandwich into 2 triangles. Makes 15 servings. NEW! READY TO POUR! Sweet H low Satad Dressiigs witti single serving convenience THE BEST DRESSED SALADS ARE WEIGHT-LOSERS THEM DAYS! Great luting Sweet 'N Uw Salad Dressings in hmdy Mhrttiti packets. Better calorie control and real convenience for tftattn art non-dieters alike. At picnics, barbecues, honw, school, w wherever, just a bandy packet, pour out freat flaw, save eateries. 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