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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, May 23. 1973 Baked beans of old England Pv HAWKKS London Observer million hoiuseuue? even1 tia> pick up a can of beans and -.ay 'Beanz means So runs a cheerful if repe- htne jtnglc which has help- ed make baked beans Britain s number one convenience food. hi home.-- tlucughout the land, the baked bean is never more than an arm's length away: it has become mother's the instant British meal I ntil now though, 'here has been am thing remotelj British e'jom baked beans The ougiral recipe is Amen- taii. and the beans themselves are imported from the llicbi- gdii area In the ton to fill those 3ii5 million cans. aie >lup- HHVO to KC-.UIS In- tl e agnailuuvhst ped rehei to >n Bati-h motheis and a iiwtoutv (A con- tentment to Michigan bean fanners British bean at Col- lege m in South-East Eng- land, now tned to Angli- cise the baked bean. Bravely ignoring earlier tri- als which showed the British weather to be too chilly for the bean they have shown that 't indeed nossibly by picking tie dght strain to bring a Brit- ish bean crop safely to har- est Planting the species known as "Seafarer" in the middle of Ma> and no earlier they shown Uiat it N possible to piUuce A decent ctop mound the middle of October. Urs L> H Scansbrick and J M. Wilkes say that the beans grown during the 1972 season a dismal summer were canned in tomato sauce b> a pioces3ing firm Thej ccm- paied favorably both in tex- ture and canning quality with beans imported from the I luted States, the firm report- ed Naturalized Does this mean that the baked bean is about to become a naturalized subject' That depends, the scientists say. on the return to the fanner. To judge by results at Wje a British bean farmer could expect a return of about to for ever> hectare under beans sufficiently encourag- ing for the two scientists to say that their program of re- search will be expanded dur- ing this growing season. A Britain self sufficient in baked beans would save about million a year on the import bi'l Better still, patriotic mothers could feel that the dish de- manded by their children had at least some of its roots at home. And if Iceland gets its way and banishes British trawlers beyond a 50-mile fishing limit, the British baked bean could be adopted formally as the na- tional dish in place of fish and chips. SIMPSONS ears aye now. on these attractive, superbly constructed aluminum doors and windows. But hurry! This exceptional value lasts four days only. Guaranteed installation Just sav 'Install V and tet Siirpsons-Sears look after the rest YouH be delighted with our t-arges We guarantee Don materials labour. Save 9 .99 An; sea frOT 59 fo mitod Ore Price NOA i22 98 Req 98 t0 9fi 2-cnanne! siorn srresn x.-'ndow Exua heavy a ir .n" Full lengtl ooiv-pile woatnerstr ooirg for (rom aouble-hung horizon's, siidar or picture (n natjral afumirHJ-n or enams1 fin sh with a 10 year g'jarantes against eh optng