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less than porterhouse or sirloin and
can be broiled in the same manner.
Chuck roast costs much less than
rib roast and will make just as ap
petizing a dish if the bone is re
moved, the meat rolled and then
roasted. TRY IT,
The beef neck is juicy and well
flavored. It rarely sells for over 16c
a pound and makes a good pot roast
and excellent stews and soups. TRY
Shin of beef makes a good "beef-a-la-mode."
Cut it up the same as
for stew; brown the pieces in hot fat,
then 'add water; cook in a pot the
same as pot roast and serve with
the gravy. By browning the meat
in hot fat you retain its juices and
this adds greatly to the flavor of the
dish. TRY IT.
Shin of beef makes a most nour
ishing soup and the meat can be
taken from the pot afterward and
served with horseradish sause.
In broiling or roasting the less,
tender cuts, if you are afraid they
will not be as tender as you would-J
like, they can be made tender if
treated in the following simple man
ner: Mix two tablespoonfuls of oil
and one tablespoonful of vinegar;
brush this over the meat and let the
meat stand for half an hour before
Be sure that the beef you buy has
a ( red, rosy color; that it is well
streaked with fat; that the fat is
yellow white; that the lean is firm
and elastic and scarcely moist when
touched with the finger.
Do n6t buy beef that is wet or flab
by or that looks pink or purple as it
lies on the counter.
You work hard to earn a, dollar.
Use the information contained in
this article to help save part of that
Having carefully studied "Who's
Who," congress might now return to
the business of legislation.
SCHOOL MA'AM OMCF. "OW SH
IS A PRIMA DONNA
S BSB&. ' 'J
She used to teach school in Brook
lyn. Victor Maurel, grand opera
star, heard her sing. She quit teach
ing, went to school to Maurel and
graduated into the Chicago grand
opera company to sing big contralto
UHLIR TO ASK POLICE GUARD
FOR MORALS COURT
Judge Uhlir is going to ask Chief
Healey to detail a special police pa
trol for use in the corridor approach
ing the Morals court on the 11th floor
of the City Hall.
"We need police to keep the cor
ridor clear, so that girls will not be
greeted as they leave the court room
by the men who caused the girls to
be brought into court and are eager
to get their clutches more deeply
fastened on them," said Judge Uhlir.
Health Com'r Robertson ordered
lavatories of South Shore country
club's gun house turned off. Drained
into water welL Called dangerous.