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rooos Cone oal Try this wonderful Birds Eye Mixed Vegetable and Fish Dinner! It’s super-swell, super-Havorful eating I The * Mixed Vegetables (five kinds in a box!) all have such young, just-picked flavor... and the Birds Eye Cod is tender dream stuff—and ocean-fresh! Get 2 packages of ready-to-pop-in-the-pan Birds Eye Cod and 1 box of Birds Eye Mixed Vegetables. But remember... * % SUCCESS—every time with Birds Eye! Arrange the golden, juicy Slices of Birds Eye Cod on a hot platter. Add the drippings in the fish pan to the garden-fresh Birds Eye Mixed Vegetables. Pourthe vegetables over the fish. And you have 4 to 6 servings of the eating that’ll wed you to Birds Eye “Wonder Foods” for life! Bargain in Birdb Eym Cod at your dnahr’t now I RAISE THE ROOF if youask for Birds Eye and don’t get Birds Eye. It won’t be the dinner you | expect if the “makings” aren't Birds Eye. Other 1 brands of quick-frozen foods are not the “same as” Birds Eye. There’s only one Birds Eye—qual ity with a money-back guarantee! and 5 READY—GO! Cut each clean, white, boneless Birds Eye Fillet (partially thawed) crosswise into 2 4 equal pieces. Place in a greased shallow baking pan. Spread 2 tablespoons of softened butter over the sea-tangy fish, sprinkle with Vi teaspoon of salt, a dash of pepper, a dash of thyme. Bake in p hot oven (400°F.) 25 to 35 minutes ... mmmmmm w ■■ ■ mm MEANWHILE, cook your Birds Eye Mixed Vegetables in a cup of boiling salted water 8 to 10 3 minutes. They look so wonderful, smell so farm fresh, you’ll want to sneak a spoonful—but please wait! Drain off the vegetable juke and measure Vi cup. Add enough light cream to the juice to make a cup of liquid... THEN, sautd 2 tablespoons of chopped onions in 2 tablespoons of butter. When onions are ^ slightly brown, add 2 tablespoons of flour, Vi tea spoon of salt, and a dash of pepper; stir until smooth. Add vegetabk liquid and cream grad ually, stirring constantly. Then cook and stir until thickened. Finally, add vegetables and heat.