The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 10, 1957, Image 6

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The Battalion PA OK 6 College Station (Brazos County/, Texas Thursday, October 10, 1957 3, 'cimiiiA ^^cLVoriteS By TEX STROUPE (Tex Stroupe, her husband. Boh, and their 10-year-old daughter Ann, moved to Bryan from Washington, D. C., in November, 1954 Bob, an Air Force Master Sergeant with 16 years’ service, is stationed at Bryan Air Force Base. The Stroupes have bought a home at 731 Meadow Lane in Bryan.) SUKIYAKI This is a favorite Japanese supper very popular with Americans Tt is a delightfully informal meal and very delicious. 2 pounds beef fillet, or any tender beef, cut as thin as paper, in pieces 1 by 2 inches 2 tablespoons butter or vegetable fat 2 tablespoons suet 8 onions (medium) 8 mushrooms 2 cups beef or chicken soup 1 cup bamboo sprouts or carrots or other vegetables—few leaves of spinach for color 1 cup soy sauce pepper, sugar or sweet sake, and salt if needed (soy sauce is salty) Put fatl in skillet over fire, add suet, cook several minutes. Add mushi’ooms, onions, bamboo sprouts, potatoes cut in half-inch cubes or slices, spinach. Add soup and soy sauce, pepper and. sugar or sake (salt if needed). Simmer till vegetables are slightly soft; lay the thin slices of meat on top and cook till tender. Serves 4 or 5. Serve with individual bowls of rice; with salad and pickles and sliced orange or fruit for dessert. TEMPURA 1 egg % teaspoon salt 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon soy sauce % cup water Beat egg, then add water and soy sauce, then add dry ingredients. The following foods may be used for tempura. These ai’e dipped in the batter and fried in deep fat; Shell fish; fish; shoestring carrots; thinly sliced onions; leeks or scallions cut in 2-inch lengths; green peas; French cut green beans and thinly sliced sweet potatoes. Serve with soy sauce. pinch of salt 1 teaspoon almond extract 1 teaspoon vanilla CAKE 1 package Betty Crocker yellow 4 whole eggs cake mix 1 package lemon or other flavor Jello % cup Wesson oil—add water to fill cup Empty cake mix into bowl; crumble in Jello. Add other ingre dients, and beat according to directions for cake mix. Bake in loaf pan at 350 degrees for 50 minutes. Frost with 7-minute icing. PUNCH 1 No. 2 can grapefruit juice 1 small bottle almond 1 No. 2 can orange juice extract 2 cans frozen lemonade 2 quarts water 46-ounce can pineapple juice 2% pounds sugar Boil sugar and water to make a syrup. Add to juices and fla voring, which have been mixed together. Serves 75. This makes a delicious ice when frozen. Bell County Club Officers Elected Bell County Hometown Club met Tuesday night for the first time of the year to elect new officers and discuss future activities. Officers elected in the meeting are: Steve Cox, president; John Houston, vice president; Glen Ban- zhaf, secretary - treasurer; Ken neth Gerstenberg, reporter; . and Calvin Weaver, sergeant at arms. Plans for a Thanksgiving party were also discussed. All Bell County students are urged to attend the bi-monthly meeting’, on first and third Tues days of every month. It’s easy care for ourj •wags' •• * HI $555:;. ,$y j Truval A Chqmbray Deep Tones 3 95 These well tailored Truvals, in the new autumn tones, are very easy to take, and they’re just as easy to launder because this combed yarn chambray drip-drys quickly and requires little or no ironing-. See these authentic Ivy fashions today! ^Jlxe ^xclicinge .Store “In Its 50th Year of Serving Texas Aggies” FROZEN FOODS FRUIT MORTONS APPLE CHERRY PEACH 3 0i/,-oz EACH PIES 19c PASCO ORANGE JUICE 4^ 49c GREEN BEANS PERCH FILLETS Birdseye Cut Frozen Birdseye Frozen—12-oz. G-oz. Cans 2 tZ. 43c I " - ■ - I. ... I ... I I .1 . . , , . ■ —— I; ■ i . SPeCTAILS FOB TflUB. FBI, — SAT. — OCT, 10 - 11 - 12 Chuck Roast “ - ' * 3 9' PRIME RIB ROAST L"? rwh,m ,,, 59c BEEF SHORT RIBS Swift Pr ™ iu,n . . L „. 35c SIRLOIN STEAK lir pre ' ni " m u, 79c T-BONE STEAK Premium 89c SWISS STEAK Premi,,m 79c CLUB STEAKS 1^1“ 99c BROOKFIELD LINK SAUSAGE ,,, 59c SWIFT PREMIUM FRANKS LB . 49c If A 1J N I " m Lb fl c CORNED BEEF BRISKET s f s 65c LAMB ROAST Square Cut Shoulder LB. 43c BOLOGNA -“ u, 29^ LAMB LEGS 65c LAMB LOIN CHOPS ,,, 83c LAMB PATTIES 39c | i I jIT ¥ jP Swif,t Premium i I fj It 1 fj u Ready - to - Eat Lb. • REST DRUG BUYS 9 Bottle of 25 ALKA-SELTZER 39c 54c Size HAND LOTION-Jergens 45c Small Size VICKS VAPO-RUB 3.3c 500 Cans—Alma—Fordhook LIMA BEANS 2 cans I9c 300 Cans—Prepared RANCH STYLE BEANS . ... 2 cans 25c 303 Can—Del Monte BARTLETT PEARS 12-oz. Pkg. NIAGARA STARCH 2 Quarts GOLDEN AGE BEVERAGE 25c All Grinds Lb. 69c Grade “A” Medium Tyson Guaranteed—DOZ. FLOUR Robin Hood 47' 5 s 29 UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Texsun 46-oz. Can 19c SANANAS lb. 10c ONIONS White •. LB. 5c FRESH UHTTI IEE Biff 1 CRISP I 1 U UlA Heads . .. EACH XOC POTATOES mfte ' 10 It 39c TOMATOES Texas 303 Can 10 Chicken and Vegetable, Turkey Noodle, Minestrone CAMPBELL’S SOUPS , 2 ^ 35c SWIFT’S PREM 12-oz. Can Luncheon Meat 39c PAID DOG FOOD ★ TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ★ MARKETS 2 TaI1 Cans 25'