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Friday, Feb. 7, 1964 i , L -' L & :.. l ..- OOKING for something new to serve your family for breakfast, lunch or dinner? Have you tried cranberry-apple juice with a Frer/ch omelet or Lon- don broil with a grasshopper sundae for dessert? These Six Lenten menu ideas, varied as they are taste-tempting, are among those in a series prepared for Progress readers by the Home Economics clepartment at Seattle University. Assisting the planning were Betty OIson, Susan Bosk, Rosemary Fo/'e, Lynn Cherette and Jean Luberts, senior home economics mal0rs. , i  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10 By Belty. Olson LUNCH BREAKFAST Pig-in-a.Blanket Vegehble Juice Cream of Celery Soup Waffles Rasher of Bacon Oatmeal Cookies Coffee! Tea Milk Coffee Tea Milk DINNER London Droll Baked Potatoes Chef Salad Clover Leaf Rolls Grasshopper Sundae Coffee Tea Milk TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11 By Susan Bask BEAKFAST LUNCH Cranbelry- Apple Juice B-L.T Sandwich French Omelet Pickled Cucumber Whob Wheat Toast Chocolate Cupcake Cofbe Tea Milk Coffee Tea Milk DINNER Baked Ham Pineapple Raisin Sauce Potatoes au Gratin Brussel Sprouts Hard Rolls Lemon Chiffon Pie Coffee Tea Milk I1 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 BREAKFAB. Rosemary Forte LUNCH Prune Juice with Lemon Luncheon Plate Garnish (Cottage Cheese, Peach Scrambled Eggs Halves, Apple Wedges) Bufferhorns Date Nut Bread Coffee Tea Milk Coffee Tea Milk DINNER Salmon Loaf Parsley Buffered Potatoes Carrot Pennies French Bread Orange Snow Pudding Coffee Tea Milk THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 By Lynn Cherette BREAKFAST LUNCH Oranae Slices with Tomato-Rice Soup Cinnamon Sugar Cheese Straws Poached Egg Coffee Tea Milk Whol? Wheat Toast Co:ffe Tea Milk DINNER Swiss Steak wlfh Sour Cream Whipped Potatoes French-Cut Green Beans Waldorf Salad Angel Food Cake Coffee Tea Milk I1 t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 By Betty Olson LUNCH BEAKFAST Eggs Goldenrod Barana Pancakes Green Pepper Rings Maple Syrup Olives Cattle Tea Milk Coffee Tea Milk DINNER Chinese Noodle Tuna Bake Buffered Peas Mandarin Orange Mold Raspberry Sherbet Coffee Tea Milk SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 By Jean Luberts BREAKFAST LUNCH Broiled Peach Halves New England Clam Chowder Shredded Wheat Tomato Wedges Coffee Tea Milk Coffee Tea Milk DINNER Beef Mounds on Noodles Broccoli Spears Lettuce Wedge Gingerbread . Lemon Sauce Coffee Tea Milk Instructor Supervises All Recipes, Menus RS. VIRGINIA S. CLAYTON is an Instructor in Home Economics at Seattle University where she teaches foods, nutrition, and manage- ment. Originally from New Hampshire, she received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Miami in 1959 and a Master of Science from the University of Wash- ington in 1961. During 1960, Mrs. Clayton studied as a dietetic intern to be certified by The American Dietetic Association. The menu and recipe development projects presented here by the students MRS. VIRGINIA S. in Home Economics in cooperation with CLAYTON The Catholic Northwest Progress were supervised and coordinated by Mrs. Clayton. Plan Nutritious Meals For Lenten Season By VIRGINIA S. CLAYTON O THE Catholic family the observance of Lent im- plies fast and abstinence in its daily meals. Be- cause meat may only be included in the main meal on many days, the mother and housewife must provide her fam- ily with nourishing meals from other sources--such as seafood, eggs, milk, and milk products. Menus throughout the year normally include these foods, but their emphasis during Lent suggests the need to exert the most creative and imaginative ef- forts in planning, preparing, and serving them. With this in mind, the students in Home Economics at Seat- tle University have designed and compiled the menus appear- ing throughout Lent in The Catholic Northwest Progress. The Student Originates This Week's Recipes USAN BOSK developed the original recipes fea- tured this week. m ill A senior in Home Economics /i at Seattle University, 21-year-old Sue is ii i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. i i Bosk of Los Angeles, California. Her ac-  i tivities on campus include secretary of  the S.U. Colhecon Chapter of the Amer- !(i  ican Home Economics Association and  . secretary-treasurer of the Rifle League ii:! ii Upon graduation in June, Miss Bosk :: :i :i Ii plans to work in Southern California do- MISS SUSAN BOSK ing department store merchandising or home service for a utility company. CRAB CHEESE PUFF S slices Swlft's Premium Bacon 2 tablespoons Darlgold Butter 2 tablespoons all purpose flour 1 cup Dorlgold Homogenized Milk I cup shredded Darigold Medium Cheddar Cheese V4 cup sauterne wine 1 cup frozen peas, uncooked 1 6V=-ounce can Westport Pride Dungeness Crab Meat 4 eggs, separated Cut bacon Into one inch pieces and fry slowly until crisp; drain. Melt but- ter In a two quart saucepan; stir (n flour. Add milk and continue to stir over low direct heat until sauce thickens and boils. Add cheese and stir until melted. Remove from heat and add wine, uncooked peas, bacon, well drained crabmeot, and unbeaten egg yolks. Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry and fold Into the sauce mixture. Pour Into on unbuttered two quart baking dish or souffle dish. Bake at 350 F. for 45 minutes. Serve Immediately. Yield: 4 servings. Note: For a Lenten or Friday casserole, the bacon may be omitted. SOUR CREAM PANCAKES 1 cup all purpose flour 2 toaspqans baking powder I teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar 1 egg V2 cup Darlgold Homogenized Milk. V4 cup Darlgold Sour Cream Sift all dry ingredients togelher. Add the egg, milk, and sour cream; beat menus have been planned as a guide or a source of ideas, and on medium speed with an electric mixer 12-1S seconds ONLY, specifically designed to introduce appealing flavors and inter- esting textures and colors. Of importance were the practical eonsiderationa of cost, preparation time, and seasonal availability. T h e three meals presented for each flay of the week, except Sunday, satisfy nutritional re- quirements. The evening dinner meal is considered to be the main meal, according to the practice of fasting, and because it is gen- erally a time that all the fam- ily members are at home. The noon lunch for those who eat at home or carry a packed lunch to school or work is a smaller, lighter meal. The break- fast features a protein dish and/or a bread-stuff to provide an energetic start to the day for each member of the family. The imagination you add to the variety and combination of foods suggested will create the attractivenesB and appeal to your family throughout Lent. New recipes developed by students in Home Economics at Seattle University and featuring foods advertised on this page will appear each week. The ad- vertised foods used for recipe development and testing ere provided through the merchan- dising program of The Catholic Northwest Progress and the food producers. YOU'LL AGREE EGG SALAD ItsP. lemOn ulce s salt er ilz t P. ,-ck pepP___ Salad i can (,6% oZ) tuna fish , cup mi , "n vell.grea.y rowned 1ace  until slig ed;e to oosen, then "" t ".ou g O a *'" USm BaYe . _ Let co -r pour m = s r ings" e e6g- a ptah-" akeS o th ..1a OU". _orsiey. "" . gSI-tIoONt SAIJCK V, -:'ms black butter or peppaer,ned s, iced tbsP.margarine 2 oz' '*'- oraSmushrO l??ym r .tbsP" ft:r garia e,..__ over low heat...Blend inthickenS.lur A.. am'trig ' Aaa en% NEEDS NO REFRIGERATION TRY IT DELICIOUS FOR SALADS, SANDWICHES, HORS D'OEUVRES Spoon batter 1o form dollar slze cakes Into an automatic frypan set at 375 P. and bake one mlnute on each slde. Yield: 3 servings. Serving suggestion: top with sliced strawberries for breakfast or strawber- ries and whipped Darlgold Heavy Cream for dessert pancakes. illll I I THE PROGRESS7 . i i1,1 "The Best for Less" CRABMEAT WESTPORT 3 tbsp. Flour I cup Table Cream 2 ozs. Sherry Wine I cup Grated Cheese (Sharp) I Can Westport Pride Crab Meat V= lb. Fresh Mushrooms (largo) 2 ozs. Butter I tspn. Worcestershire Sauce Salt and Pepper 'to taste Cut mushrooms in quarters and slmmer ;n buffer for 30 mlnutes. Add Westport Pride Crab Meat, seasonings, and flour and cream mixed together until smooth. Cook until sauce is smooth (will be quite thick). Pour into casserole and sprinkle with grated cheese. Bake at 325 F. until hot through (about IS mnutes). Serves 4. WESTPORT PRIDE A NEW PACK OF CRAB MEAT YOU MAY HAVE TO ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT Represented by E. N. ERICKSON BROKERAGE CO. 270 S. Hanfard MA 4-0885 Seattle I I| I II II II HAKES LENTEN HEALS BETTER! MORE NORTHWEST PEOPLE PREFER .DARIGOLD THAN ANY OTHER BRAND 41 PRIZES YOUR CHILD CAN WIN a SWIFT PREMIUM HAM No purchase necessary to enter fhls SWIFT contest. Just color the FRANKS and Bacon shown in this ad and MAIL IT TO SWIFTS on or before FEBRUARY 18, 1964. 41 Prizes of Ham, Bacan and Franks by SWIFT COLOR THIS BACON RULES: 1. Enter as many times as you wish, but oil Work must be your own. 2. Contest closes February 18th. 3. Color ed and all products shown with crayon or water colors similar to the actual packages. 4. Contestant must not be over 13 years of age. Age will be a factor In Judgtng. 5. No purchase neces- sary to enter contest. COLOR THESE FRANKS with water colors or crayon. The Judges' decision will be final IT'S EASY TO WIN WITH SWIFT MAIL THIS AD TO SWIFT, P.O. BOX 3683, SEATTLE 98124 III I