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Grand Forks herald. [volume] (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1916-1955, October 28, 1921, Image 11

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I N I N E I I O N
Scotch Short Bread,
If This Is served at one of the English
!,£• tea rooms. It Is made by beating to
a cream one cup of butter and gradu
ally- adding four cupB of sifted flour,
one-third of a cup of sugar, and four
tablespoons of finely chopped blanch
ed almonds. Work the dough until it
jk.' is smooth, then place in a shallow
"a pan and pat out to one Inch in thick
ness prick well with a skewer or fork
and' garnish with strips of candied
orange peel. Bake lri a moderate oven
thirty minutes. Cut in squares while
hot ary! let cftol in the pan.
Cranberry StrndeL
Roll plalij pastry into an oblong
sheet about 1-4 of an Inch thick.
Place 1 lb. of cranberries cut in bits
In a bowl and add
cup seeded raisins cut in pieces,
1 cup brown sugar.
Mix, 'spread over the prepared pas
try and roll like for jelly rolls, fasten
Ing the ends securely lay in a
greased baking pan and bake in a
slow oven 46 minutes, let cool, remove
from pan by cutting In 2-inch slices,
dust well with powdered sugar and
serve with a glass of cranberry ade.
Try using cranberries In place of
apples In making a brown betty.
New Style Mince Meat.
The pastry chef of this hotel takes
'great pride in his mince pie and when
asked how he would make the mince
moat if he could not get any. wine or
brandy, gave me the following recipe:
Ml* well half a pound of seeded rais
ins, half a pound of seedless'raisins,
half a pound of mixed candled oVange
peel, lemon peel and candied pine
apple, one-quarter of a pound of fine
ly chopped beef suet, one-quarter of a
pound of finely chopped cooked filet
of beef, •'one teaspoon of mace, one
teaspoon of salt, juice and grated rind
of two oranges, one-half a pound
1
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On Pots
and Pans
Cleans
Antisepticallv
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4 a*.. v\: i:"!'i:
peeled and chopped apples and one
quant, of boiled cider. Let stand two
weeks' before using. 'r\':/'
Feu a 'la Franchise.
These were served as a separate
course and were prepared by frying
two cups of shredded lettuce with half
a c.up of chopped onion until both
'GROCERY
On DeMcrs Avenue, near Bridge
Empress, Coffee,
6 pounds for.... $2.35
We redeem P. & G. Combination
Coupon.
Call ns and wc will deliver goods
and pick up Herald coupon.
Dressed Spring Chickens,
per ponnd
Richmond's Pore Honey,
1 pint glass 35c
'Northern Pocking C9. picnic
Hams, per pound.. 13c
Swansdown Cake Flour,
per package ,39c
Good Bulk Cocoa. 2 lbs. for.. .25c
lOTSe slie Post. Ton sties 15c
Pure Lard. 5 lbs. for 65c
Sugar, 16J4 lbs. for $1.00
Sweet Corn. 3 cans for 33c
Tomatoes, hand packed, large
cans, 3 for. 51c
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Wc Deliver Free.
Phone 821. E. E. ABPIN.
Pitcher-
Bu,t it went once too often.
After that it was only part of a pitcher, and they
didn't need to talk to it about risks—it knew.
A lot of people won't believe coffee can harm
them until it does harm them.
"Nonsense!" they say, "it never disturbs me."
When it does disturb them, then they know.
Often the disturbance which they then recognize
Is the result of irritations to nerves and digestion
which have been going on for along time.
If you have to lie awake at night and count the
clock ticks, after an evening cup of coffee, then you
know that it's better to be safe than sorry.
The risk of coffee's harm is gone when the meal
time drink is Postum.
Here's a delightful and satisfying table beverage,
with charm for the taste and without harm for nerves
or digestion. You know you're on the right road with
Postum there's never the possibility that youll go
once too often.
Pootnm COON in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) mad* Instantly
in tha cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of
latgar bulk, for thoM who prefar to males tha drink whila tha meal ia being
praparad) made by bailing for 20 mirrata*.
"There's a tfeason" for tPostum
Made by Postam Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Mich.
were, soft and clear, then add two
cups of shelled peas and cook slowly
until the pease are soft. Blend' one
tablespoon of flour with two table#
spoons of butter and stlr\ln. Season
with palt and pepper.
Cranberry Brown Betty.
Chop fine 1 pound of cranberries,
ED. FRIED
MEAT MARKET
Phone 2316.
307 DcMers. East Grand Forks.
SPECIAL SALE
ON
BEEF
POT ROAST,
pound
BEEF STEW,
pourtd
BOUND STEAK,
pound
SIRLOIN,
pound
ROLLED ROAST,
pound
PORK ROAST,
.20c
SHOULDER, pound
PORK CHOPS.
pound
LEG PORK ROAST.
pound
SPRING CHICKENS.
.pound
FAT HENS.
pound
LARD.
pound
It made a good many trips to the well and it came
back in good order.
"I can take care of myself," it said—"they don't
need to talk about risks to me."
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^GFAND jpgKS HERAL.P, Fiq^Y^ OCTOB^ 28, 1821.^
12
03c
18c
22c
20c
20c
25c
25c
22c
18c
15c
grease a baking dish liberally, now
place a layer of bread crumbs on
bottom.' then "a layer of the'choppleo
cranberries.
"Leaf mo carry KELLOGG'S.
Jlckt I
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I wilt! Mother
id a a E
LOGG'S, bat I could carry 'ant
homo I uy I will—I wdt—r
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SOkr
HAKES
1 A KiPtfiHH
TOWKR
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TWe it a Pratter
It Gamble soap for
every daily hwne*
b«M need.
Phone 2500.
IVOR"
SOAP
FLAKES
Toereu a Precter
li Gamble «4ep for
jmnr daily house*
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Sprinkle each layer of cranberries
with few raisins, little nutmeg and
plenty of brown sugar—repeat until
dish Is full, having toy layer of bread
Corn Hakes can betillgon
eat Kdh^s
Positively—the most joyously good any-time-cereal
any man or woman or child ever put in their mouths I
Such flavor, such crispness! Such big sunny-brown
Corn Flakes! How you'll relish a generous bowl-filled
most-to-overflowing and a pitcher of milk or cream!
Never was such a set-eat! Never did yeu get such
a universal vote as there'll be for KeUogg's Corn
Flakes! Big folks and little folks will say KeUogg's,
please, mother!" Leave it to their tastes
—and yours! Frove out all we say I
For, KeUogg's Corn Flakes are a
revelation in flavor a revelation in all*
TO ACTED the-time crispness! Don't just ask your
*ni! grocer for "corn flakes." That brings
CORN you most anything! Say KELLOGG'S
pLAKES CORN FLAKES—they're wonderful!
CORNFLAKES
Alt* aakari af KELLOGG'S KKUMILES aa4 KELLOGG'S BRAN, caakcJ ami krwUad
ATTENTION!
Fat Hens, (drawn) per lb 22c
Spring Chickens (drawn) per lb 22c
Young Beef, shoulder roast, per lb 1254c
A-l Veal shoulder roast, per lb 15c
A-l Veal chops, per lb 20c
Youngi Pork, shoulder roast, per lb 18c
Young Pork, leg roast, per lb 22c
Lamb, shoulder roast, per lb 16c
Lamb, leg roast, per lb. ..25c
Lamb chops, per lb 25c
Bananas, Oranges, Grapes, Apples, Celery, Spanish Onions,
Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes, Barker's Bread, Butter, Eggs,
Etc., Etc.
FREE
One pound can of Empress
coffee with every 5 pound
can of Empress. 6 lbs. Em
press—
$2.35
Today and all next week.
WE DELIVER.
ZEBDLIK & MARTIN
Market of Good Things to Eat
Remember That We Sell
A a do us
Mfg. by KJeWel Products CO., Crootaton, Minn.
^^XI^JilOCERY
101 Oottoaino&
Have you clipped that
coupon out of the Her
ald? If you have, then
bring it to us and get
your supply of soap
and washing powders
at a bargain. 40c worth
for
20c
4
L»»
EAST GRAND FORKS. SOS Betters Arc.
Next to Kingman's Drag Store.
E E E
TOUR
p. & e.
COUPONS
I K, SI
A.VJ2 5
AT O
S.W
1 Pkg. Star Nap
tha
1 Pkg. Ivory Flakes
1 Bar Ivory Soap
,2 Bars P. & G.
STORE AND
MONEY
All For
20c
And Coupon.
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crumbs, dot with 2 tablespoon^ of but
ter and bake in a slow oven 50 min
I utes.
THAT KIND
When ordering
Opposite Orpheum J. C. Infelt, Prop.
Phone 740-741—We Deliver. ,,
or AfK)ASrJ LET
BRINGS
PFINES5!
To THE
DINNER.
TARIS*.
WW/
Pork Shoulder Roast
pound
Lamb Shoulder Roast,
pound,,
Lamb Shoulder Steak,
pound
Leg of lamb,
per pound
Bologna,
pound
Welners,
pound
Frankfurters,
pound
Minced Ham,
pound
Polish Sausage,
pound
Veal Shoulder Roast,
pound
from their Grocer
they demand it—i
They say
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Serve with Caledonian cream.'
Herald Want Ads Bring Results.
Midnight San Brand
SALMON
Because they knew the ""Midnight Son* tabei is a
of quality. "Midnight Sun" brand Sochejc Salmon is
for those who desire the "J*st a fitfle
ON SALS BT THE FOLLOWING AND ALL
ING GBOCB8S
H. WflBnate
GRAKD FORKS—
lick A lCutta.
Berg seth Fish Co.
FARGO, N. D. MINOT, N. D. SIOUX FALLS, S. D.
Sanitary Meat Market Grand Forks, N. D.
NUTMARGARINE
COCOANUT OIL- PEANUTOIL-CHURNED WITH MILK
E A
happiness fin4
way to your pantry and
dining room via this meat
'market. Let us serve you
with a roast whose memory
will linger until your next
visit to this shop. Our roasts
and chops and steaks are all
of top notch quality and
guaranteed to incite your
steady patronage.
Veal Chops,
pound
Veal, Beef and Pork
hSold
the year round
/)ca /PJ*
Northern. Cocoanut Butter
Co.<p></p>JVirmPsotci.
J^mneapolis,
Dealers S«M4|«a by
NASHBROS-SSf^
S2r
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r.
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„20c
25c
Lopf, pound .......
LARD
Ijjird,
5 pounds for
Beef Shoulder Steak,
pound
Shoulder Beef Roast,
pound
Short Ribs Beef,
pound
Veal, Lamb and Beef
75c
15c
14c
12ic
25c
25c
23c
Stew, 3 pounds for.
Spring Chickens,
pound 1...
Fat Hens,
pound
CAREFUL HOUSEWIVES
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