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CORNER Recipe of the Week i will be from Nov. 24, Nov. 29. '00.O.Watkins Mrs Don Datum Our cook for this week is Mrs. Don (Shirley) Damm of Sidney, Her husband is a truck- driver for Standard Oil and Shirley is a waitressinthe Mint CaSe. They enjoy fishing and camp- ing. For this week's recipe, Shir- ley chose Applesauce Drop Cookies. APPLESAUCE DROP COOKIES I/2 cup shortening I egg 1 cup sngar I/2 teaspoon salt I teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon soda I cup applesauce Add together 1 cup dates (cut) 1 cup nuts 2 cups flour Sprinkle top with cinnamon and sugar mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until done. RE Paint & Glass 112 East Main - Phone: 482 - 1803 ATTENTION Queen Owners Filters, etc. can be obtained by writing to Queen Box 328 SIDNEY, MONTANA (46.2tc) Bacon and Chee=e Spare New Interart In Beef Liver Discover new dll for tiW "favorite" list by serving ms- der slices of beef aver smoth- ered with crisp bacon and nmlt ed cheese and seasoned with garlic salt. This is one of those welcome tasty recipes that has other attributes, too, It's quick to prepare, packed with vita- mins and easy on the Imdget, points out Rebe Staggs, economist for the Natiml Live- stock and Meat Board. LIVER AND BACON FROMAGE 4 slices bacon I pound beef liver, sliced I/2 inch thick 3 tablespoons flour 1/2 teaspoon salt t/s teaspoon garlic salt I/s teaspoon pepper I/4 cup shredded American c hee se Panfry bacon until crisp, lie- move from frying -pan, drain on absorbent paper and break into small pieces. Mix together flour, salt garlic, salt  pep- per. Dree liver in seasoned flour, sprinkling any remain- ing flour over liver. Brown slowly on both sides in bacon drippings. Sprinkle shredded cheese and bacon pieces on liv- er. When cheese is slightly melted, remove liver to a hot platter and serve irrtmedlately. 4 servings. Pictures! new for The Kodak Imtamati X-30 from Kodak that helps you get pictures ight--almost any kind of light--automatically. c shutter that automatically times the From 1/125 second in bright sunlight, down when the light is low. A red signal tells you firm support. Or to pop on a magicube. in a complete outfit. .ow $31" AT TURNER REXALL DRUG bonus by Susan Warnke MDU Home Service Advisor Sooo---you've decided to reduce! When you're slim it's easy to look smart. It's easier on your heart too! But wishing you could lose weight will make it so when your wishbone is supported hy a firm backbone! There ts no easy way to reduce, but there is a sure way -- eat less, exercise more. Losing weight can be compared to a football game in this respect-.a good offense is the best defense! The best way to hold that line - your waistline - is to take the initiative--trim and hold that line! The first thing you should do when you have decided to diet is consult your doctor, from then on watch those calories {measurement of the amount of energy or heat which the body can get from certain foods). Take in more than you spend and you end up with a reserve - in the form of bumps and bulges, not savings! Here are some take-off tactics: Have a reason to 8e trim. Renew your deter- ruination often. Weigh once a week. Alter your clothes as you lose weigh t. Eat all meals on time. Skipping or scrimping too much leads to high-calorie nibbling. Take time to eat. get full satisfaction from your food. Broil, bake, boil or roast meats; do not fry. Remove all visible fat. Eat vegetables raw or cooked in a small amount of ,salted water Eat fresh fruits or those packed without sugar. Add flavor and zest to food with salt, pepper, spices, vinegar, lemon or non-caloric sweeteners. Include "free" foods that contain few calories: bouillon, raw green vegetables, sugar-free gelatin. plain coffee or plain tea. Restrict gravies, candy, cream, oils, fats. cream uces and salad dressings. Remember that liquor and soft drinks offer little food thte other than calories. Eat foods for health first. Eat the recommended amount of foods each day. These are important for their contribution of vitamins, minerals, and proteins. Control portions carefully! Stay away from "'fad" diets, they can be harmful to your health. Stick to your doctor's advice. Diet with a friend and good luck to both of you! That's 30 from MDU! Doctor In The Kitchen By Laurence M. Hursh, M. D. Consultant, National Dairy Council _ . I .......... THE GREAT CHOLESTEROL QUESTION As readers of this column know, I don't harp on it too ot', .but I am oa  the maay physicians In America who think all this fear of chol- eaterol is sheer nonsense. I am particularly against loose talk about limiting cholesterol saturated fats in the diet and substituting polyunsatura- ted fats in the hopes of pre- venting heart disease. ommends that all Americans limit their intake of saturated fats. That is poor medicine and will not meet what the majority of people need - that is, if they have to Witbh their fats at all. Next week we'll discuss the five types of blood disorders and you will see the foolish- ness, if not the danger, of thinking that all people should go on special polyunsaturated diets. e The Ultimate Dessert Pecan Cus Lard Does your family love des- sert so much that they think of it as the best part of the meal? If they do, then it's up to you to make the most of their ultimate course. Satisfy their yearning for an exquisite dessert with some- thing you make yourself. Try this simple recipe for Pecan Custard Pie. This pie is both nutritious and delicious -- a combina- tion that's sometimes hard to come by in the dessert world. The filling is made with a few simple ingredients -- an egg custard mix, .milk, and an egg yolk. Egg custard mix is the key to this recipe's rich flavor, Beef Short Ribs 1 tablespoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1/2 cup molasses 3 pounds beef short ribs 1 pound dried navy beans 5 cups water 2 tablespoons prepared mus- tard 3 tablespoons clmpped onion 1 can (29 ounces)tomatoes Add water to beans, bring to boil and boil for 2 minutes. Remove from heat and soak for l hour. Drain, reserving l cup liquid. Combine the beans, mus- tard, onion, tomatoes, salt and pepper. Mix well. Cover fight- ly and cook slowly for 21/2 hours. Brown short ribs on all sides in own fat over low heat in covered frying pan for 1 hour. Pour off the drippings. Add molasses to beans and mix well. Add to short ribs. Cover for l to P/2 hours or until meat is tender and beans are done. Makes 6 servings. I Openings in SIDNEY Day Care Nursery Center Full or Part Day 5 Days or ie $3 Daily Rate inc. Hot Lunch and Snacks ALLIANCE CHURCH Main and 3rd Phone: 482-1112 and it makes preparation me minimal. In fact, if you make this pie during those few spare moments you have before the children get home from school, you will have a luscious addi- tion to the evening meal. Another dessert prepared with egg custard mix that you might like to make is Custard Freeze. It's a smooth frozen dessert that can soon become another family favorite. Try the recipe for Pecan Custard Pie or Custard Freeze. Either one can be the simple solution to your evening dessert pro- blem. Pecan Custard Pie 1 package (3 ounces) egg cus- mix 2 cups milk l egg yolk (optional) i/ cup coarsely chopped pe- cans l baked 8-inch pie shell, cool- ed nutmeg (optional) Blend custard mix with milk in saucepan. For an evengreat- in saucepan. For an even rich- er pie, add egg yolk. Bring quickly to a boil, stirring con- stantly. (Mixture will be thin.) Remove from the neat. Cool for 15 minutes, stirring often. Sprinkle pecans in bottom of pie shell; pour in filling. Sprinkle with nutmeg. Cool 2 hours or chill 2 hours until set. (Refrigerate any leftover pie. Do not freeze.) Custard Freeze l package (3 ounces) egg cus- tard mix 1,, cups milk 1 tablespoon sugar Dash of salt ! envelope whipped toiag mix (Or use 2 eups (or one 4t/2 ounce container) frozen whip ed topping, thawed, or 1 cup heavy cream, whipped). Blend the custard mix with milk, sugar, and salt in sauce- pan. Bring quickly to a boll, stirring constantly. Pour into an 8-inch square pan. Refriger- ate until cool. Meanwhile, pre- pare whipped toplng mix as directed on the package; thor- oughly blend into cooled cus- tard. Freeze 3 hours, or until firm. Makes about 31/ cups or 6 or 7 servings. and Upholstery Shampooing Your Satisfaction Is Guaranteed Wall-to-wall carpeting shampooed on your premises. Expertly cleaned by a soil-retard- ing process. All services at reasonable rates. Estimates Cheerfully Given Phone: 482-2566 612- 2nd St. S. E. Sidney, Montana II one eats a polyunsatur- atl diet, one can lower his cholesterol level in the blood a little. But there still has been no demonstration that this will, or ever has, reduced deaths from heart disease. I like more proof in my pudding than chol- esterol theory supporters have been able to offer. To ear them talk, of course, you'd think they bare a cure. But don't you believe it. It isn't so. So what should you be do- ing about heart di sease? Don't Worry For one thing, don't worry about it too much. The amount of cholesterol in your blood is not a reliable indicator of whether you will or will not have a heart attack. Some peo- ple with low cholesterols do have heart attacks. A more reasonable pr,ven- llve measure includes watch- lag your weight, eating a bal- auced diet, getting a reason- able ammmt of exercise, and cooling it where tempers and tensions ar concerned. As for seeing your physi- cian, you are worried and can't throw it off, here is some in- formation that will convince you that you should see a phy- sician, before ever attempting to doctor yourself, as the poly- unsaturated ads often imply. Your physician will check you out thoroughly. If he thinks you have a problem, treatment should be based on certain in- formation. If he thinks you may have too much fat in your blood (such as too much cholesterol) then he will want to know what kind of high-fat condition you have. Five Types There are five types of blood disorders You might have. The National Institutes of Health has informed doctors of the five types and the proper trat- merit. Interestingly, only two of the five disorders involve the spec- ific limiting of the saturated fats in your diet. Yet the Am- erican Heart Association bruad- IY, and I think foolishly, rec- ilo SuBsCRIBE [ the Herald.. It's Easy I II I Give Mom aHoliday all year 'round with a new... DISHWASHER FOR CHRISTMAS The new models ore on display now . portables, undercounter models . select the one to fit your needs and budget. Dishes, pots 'n pans, and silverware dry spotlessly clean. Give Morn a real holiday from tiresome dishwashing all year-round with a new automatic dishwasher SEE YOUR LOCAL APPLIANCE DEALER or MONTANA- DAKOTA0000 UTILITIES CO.