Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Sep 3 1970, Page 21

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaThis exotic main dish looks lavish but is fairly Low in Cost. Pear salad with Parmesan dressing 1 head Tomaine i Alluca 2 fresh bar Lett pears Lemon juice 1 red Apple sliced 1 Orange sliced crosswise grated Parmesan cheese Parmesan dressing remove Nice outer leaves of lettuce Cut them off 4 inches from tip. Shred remaining leaves and rest of head to get 4 cups. Make a ring of shredded lettuce on plate and set re served Leaf tips in Center like a bowl. Halve and Core pears Cut into wedges and coat with Lemon juice. Stand against shredded lettuce ring. Put Apple and Orange in lettuce Sprinkle grated Parmesan cheese Over Center. Pass dressing. Parmesan dressing beat 1 egg lightly beat in 3 Tablespoons vinegar. In this order beat in 1 Teaspoon onion powder Teaspoon Salt Teaspoon crushed Rosemary Teaspoon garlic powder dash Pepper cup salad Oil and cup grated Parmesan cheese. Makes 4 to 6 Servings cup Corn crust beef pie slices bread 1 in. Ground Chuck cup milk 2 eggs 1 Teaspoon Salt Teaspoon Pepper Teaspoons onion powder Teaspoons Chili powder 1 cup Dairy sour Cream 2 Tablespoons chopped Green onion 1 Teaspoon seasoned Salt or Teaspoon Salt 1 package 15 of Corn bread mix 1 cup milk 1 egg tear up bread into crumbs and work together with Chuck milk eggs Salt Pepper onion powder and Chili powder. Pat into Bottom and up sides of round 8-Inch baking dish quart or 9-Inch round cake pan. Mix sour Cream Green onion and seasoned Salt spread half Over meat. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and quickly Combine Corn bread mix milk and 1 egg As Label directs. Spoon half Over meat. Put the remaining Batter into Small greased pan to bake alongside return to oven and bake 20 to 25 minutes longer or until Corn bread is baked. Cool 5 minutes invert onto plate and spread with remaining sour Cream mixture. Sprinkle with paprika and More chopped onion if you like. Makes 4 to 6 Servings. Low calorie ways to satisfy your appetite eat a cold Pear a Pear unaccompanied and unadorned. Fresh Pacific coast Bartlett Are naturally Sweet and satisfy As a snack or dessert. For a medium size Pear edible part and that includes the skin weighing 5% figure about 95 calories. Even if you eat a medium Large Pear of. Weight for edible you la take in Only 122-or-so calories. For lunch fix a big salad using a whole fresh Bartlett sliced and As much raw spinach and lettuce As you think you can eat toss with Low calorie bottled dressing. Add a Little sliced Green Pepper or radish for zip. For breakfast Cut a Bartlett into halves Core. Crumble 1 slice of Crisp cooked and Well drained Bacon Over the two Pear halves. Eat with knife and Fork. For dinner Broil a Chicken half. Complete the plate with a whole Bartlett Cut into wedges and arranged like a fan place Orange sections Between the Pear wedges. Sprinkle the fruit with Salt sea soned Pepper and if you like a Little chopped Green onion. Gorgeous some people seem to have a natural ele Gance. The same is True of certain foods. Almonds for one. Fresh Pacific coast Bart Lett pears for another. Decades ago someone referred to Bartlett As the aristocrats of the fruit it s a title they still Merit. 200th anniversary Bartlett were discovered growing wild in England in 1770. They apparently reached our Eastern shores shortly before 1800. Eventually they found their favorite Home on the Pacific coast. Most years the combined California Washington Oregon Harvest of Bartlett accounts for Over 70 percent of . Production of All Pear varieties. Abundant As they May be there is never anything commonplace about a Bartlett either fresh or canned. While supplies Are plentiful use Bartlett to give status As Well As refreshing flavor to meals for family and friends. If there Are no Golden Bartlett where you shop buy the Green ones. Store them at room temperature in a paper bag. They la turn yellow within a few Days to let you know Are ready to be eaten. After they be turned color you May hold them a Little longer if you wish in the refrigerator. For snacks and salads serve them chilled. Polynesian Chicken with pears in. Chicken wings Etc. 2 Tablespoons butter or Margarine Salt mid Pepper 2 cans 11 each mandarin oranges 1 cup sugar cup Lime juice 1 Choc garlic minced 2 Teaspoons ground Ginger 2 Lucile spoons Man search 2 Tablespoons sliced natural almonds 2 Frosli Bartlelt pears put Chicken into shallow pan clot with butter and Sprinkle with Salt and Pepper. Bake at 375 degrees for 1 hour or until tender Basting twice with pan juices. Meanwhile make sauce Drain juice from or Anges 1 cup into Saucepan mix in sugar Lime juice garlic ground Ginger 1 Teaspoon Salt and cornstarch. Cook stirring Over medium heat until sauce comes to boil and is thickened. Stir in Al monds and mandarin oranges. Chicken is nearly done halve Core and slice pears add to sauce and heat through. Transl or Chicken to Platter spoon sauce Over. Serve with Rice and salad. Makes 6 Servings. Thrifty family dinner beef pie and fruit salad with Parmesan dressing

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