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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WE PERSIST- ENTLY TALK HIGH QUALITY Because that is where we excel, an we want to impress upon every housekeep- er in Lethbridge the high quality of our Bread Cakes AND Pastry We aim to have our out- Purity and Excellence THE CITY BAKERY Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 We have the Quality cmm w PAPER BAG: A LONDON CHCr'S REVOLUTION- IMPROVEMENT ON OLD TIME (London Chronicle) You come away from an afternoon with M Soyer, who has g you a demonstration of his new me- thod of cookery, in a spirit of wonder- ment. There is a difference, however. M. Soyer jg a magician "who makes no pretence to magic. He doer not ex claim, as each dish is produced, "Is it not On the contrary, his .constant coir.ment is, "See how easy it may do it." The results are truly amazing, and they are all the more amasing because the process is such a simple one. The chef, who bears a famous'name, presides over the kitchen of Brooks' Club, where his grandfather reigned a century ago. Briefly stated, 3M. Soyer's discovery, which Is likely to produce a revolu- tion in cookery, is that food which i enclosed in a paper bag and put int an oven is cooked far more than by the old method. That by it self would be a great gain; but there are others of even more importance Food cooked in this way loses neithei weight nor nutriment. The envelope In which It lr enclosed prevents evap- oration, and: all the essences -are re- tained. Minor, yet substantial, bene- fits are a reduction in the number of cooking utensils. A kettle and a saucepan for green vegetables will in future form the complete equipment of an ordinary kitchen. Baking: dish- es, stewpans and the rest of it may ;be discarded. In the presence of a "Daily Chron- icle" representative M, Soyer prepar- ed the following dishes in just over an of lamb, 45 minutes; chicken, 25 minutes; "army 30 minutes; stewed kidneys, 5 minutes; bouillabaisse, SO minutes; soused j f mackerel, 5 minutes; roasted apples, 15 minutes: veal and ham pie, 35-min- utes; currant minutes: ap- ple tart. 10 minutes: bonne bouche (puff 10 minutes, "grilled" chop. 10 minutes. How It Is Done The chop was. an and -was i produced as the result of an inquiry whether paper bag .cookery could employed in place of the silver grill. it came': out -of the oven- the i chop was perfectly cooked, though it lacked the cr.isDness which the grill produces. Possibly its own in the ..What strikes one. most in the new cookery ,1s its Ev- ery cook, even the 'plainest of them, may become a cordon blen. The loin 'of lamb was put into-the paper bag j without even the companionship of a j dressing of flour. Three-quarters of an iour later, to the minute, it emer- ged from, tke" oven, and the.scorched I but intact envelope, was removed. The j joint of, a delicate.golden tint, and i was accompanied on the dish by a gen jerous quantity of gravy. Judged -by (the supreme test, the meat was tend- er and juicy, The cbicken was larded before it j was wrapped up, and? in consequence 1 was richly browned when taken out. j i It proved to be exceptionally white in- {side, and meltingly tender. Poultry, I it seems, is particularly susceptible to, {the influence of the paper bag, M. i Soyer once experimented with a 3- year-old rooster. He took, the precau- tion of putting it into a double envel- ope, and gave it an hour in a hot oven 1 During this time it renewed its .youth and was, when eaten, a colorable imi- tation of a. spring chicken. About the "army stew'" is, especially enthusiastic, because .the Improvement of the service cuisine is one of his pet schem'es. Into the pa: per .-bag he put some "mutton, "very tough explained. Carrots and potatoes, tomatoes and a few mushrooms followed. A trifle of flour, a little flavoring and a spoonful of water were added. In half an hour j these ingredients had been welded in- i ro a most appetizing dish. tough 1 mutton was tender, and there ample supply of gravy apart what absorbed "by -the Vege- i tables. For army purposes paper bag 1 cookery teems to possess exceptional advantages. M. Soyer has designed a- I commissariat which shall serve as- a stove as well. On the shelves ranged round the wagon j rations in paper bags can be cooked the troops are on the march. in camp the mea' i past the wagon, and each would be handed his bag containing a hot meab I In barracks a similar system would prevent complaints, which are common, about favoritism in serving f out rations. r A Five Minutes' Theatre Supper, The stowed kidneyg were a trima- success. Supposing one wantc a supoer dish. You cut up a couple of i kidneys with a tomato and a few mushrooms, add little pepper and And Ice Cream Parlor We get new car loads of Fruits just for Friday and Watermelon Peaches Apricots Cherries Lettuce Bananas Oranges Lemons Strawberries. _____ lOe Ib. .25c 2ac'.-lb; .25c Ib. .25c Jb. 25c 40c to (iOc doz. 40c dox, Tomatoes, 25c Ib., 2 Ibs, for 45c Cherries 25c box, 2 i or 45c Cucumbers 25e to 30e and Kadislies, bunches for ...___ .25c Grapefruits, .........3 for 25c House Made Candy, ib. 25c Ice Cream-rthe best in the city tw EVCMM TGLEOUH mew MCULI 614. WITH A LOAP. WE HOPE THE HQUSt W1L! BE FINISHED SQOH I FIRST EUTION IS OFF; SO I'LL HUN A OF fMRSOM'J MEW SCNftA HI salt, a dash of water, or Cfor epicure liians) half a glass of .Madeira. On re- turning from the theatre you put th% 'I paper bag in the oven. Five mlmnii llater you may produce a smoking hot, the kidneyg ting an aromatic fpavy. tfcr covering'" of imra tjie weigbt of'the copied foo'd'is exact devoid-of the raw And tfiere is When paper j rhere is a wide demand for it, as i .there must be presenth. the supply i will meet It. The paper is not ex-pen- i ,'sive-ior a middle-class family it need more will bouquet of varied odors .not cost more than 3d. a i greet tlie guest >hV-dfnes at a small the saving the! house or .flat "where the-fcit'chen is !r labor in cleaning, them is taken Into j close dining-room: The scent I account, the economv of The "new oro- .of the food, -like other essences is J cess is evident. Enclosed in a paper retained, until it serves its proper bag, the food is exposed r0 beat, purpose of titilating appetite. i which onens pores of the meat and melts the sinews. Noihing is lost j {because there is evaporation, and j Big hauls of fish are'being caught j careful experiments have I ,n ukc Winnipeg'this'spring you eome home later thaa 0Hdnifht I wool apeak to you." paste, with a trifle of paste for flavor-'' ing. is impossible to make bad pastry when it is cooked in this M. Soyer explains, an assurance that will -bring comfort to many victims-of J ndlgestion. Baking powder, accord- tifilo him. is the curee Of the coun- ry, and spells stomachic ruin. All that is necessary in making is flour butter and Enclosed n a paper bag the pastry nat- urally, becauie it is not exposed to'air currents which cause it to sink when the ,pyen Is opened. Something should be said about the house make something cool WHOLEiALt Wltton C.lj.rji ;