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CALORIE CORNER l?ectpe of the Week | Herald. Sidney. Mont., Wed., Dec. 13, 1972.9 00eci00s , , . Feature= ,,  i , , ' !i l,ooking for a good dessert to eke ahead that will freeze Our cook, Mrs. Williard ,lane) Gustafson, has a for a German pastry is just what you're looking The Gustafson's live at 811 St. S. E. and have three l,eland, 8; I,eAnn, 7; l,oren, 22 months. They St. Matthews Catholic Williard works at the Station. Mary .Jane enjoys rocheting, knitting and She also says she is a hound. Mrs. Williard Gustafson Kuchan I aml one-third cup cream, thick fJttle better then 1,z cup of lard or butter 3 eggs 3 tspns. Baking Powder Pinch of salt About 7 Tablespoons of sugar. Flour enough to make a soft dough (about 4 cups) Mix dough and roll out not too thick, (about tinch) (Do not grease pans.) 8" and 9" pie pans work best Topping 3 eggs Fruit Cokes Nuts and Rum Soaked Fruit 2 lb. , Christmas Cookies 1 t cups thick cream 3 tablespoons flour 1 cup crushed fine vanilla wafers Mix and put on crust Sprinkle with suager, cin- namon and vanilla wafers Filling of any kind may be used and then top with custard topping, Bake at 375 degrees on the bottom rack until crust is brown. This freezes well. For After School Snacks In a sincere effort to make a frank to please all consumers' tastes, Swifrs Premium Franks are of two types only, all beef and all meat. The most popular is the all meat frank. There arc franks to suit dif- ferent occasions and family sizes. The regular all beef and all meat franks come in 16 oz. packages with 10 franks to the pound. It takes only 8 of the big dinner-size franks to make up 1 pound. Because a large share of the franks became hot dogs, a new addition to the line is the 6-inch frank that just fits in a hot dog bun. The bun-size frank will he available, made either of beef or all meat. Here are some of the ways you may want to prepare the franks: Frank Float Yield: 4 servings) 8 franks 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 cup chili sauce ]t cup water 4 slices rye bread, toasted and buttered 3 small onions, sliced , inch thick and separated into rings Melt butter in large skillet. Split franks about three-fourths of the way through. Brown both sides of franks lightly in skillet. Combine chili sauce and water. Add to skillet to heat with the franks. Place 2 franks on each slice of toasted rye bread. Spoon sauce over all. Top with onion rings. Toasted Frank Split ( Yield: 6 servings) 6 franks (; hot dog buns  cup Thousand Island I)ressing Pork Roast With Apple Butter Glaze i Anyone who enjoys serving hours). Combine apple butter dinner with pride and con- and orange juice. Thirty fidence can rely on a pork loin minutes before the meat is roast to please. To give new (lone, spread apple butter appeal to this old menu mixture over men(and return =, cup chopped onion ( 1 Melt butter in medium-sized and seasoning to skillet: Cover. medium) skillet. Add the onion and cook 'Cook over medium heat' ap- 2 cans (15 ounces each) until transparent. Cut the proximately 8 minutes, tir macaroni and cheese franks into 1-inch pieces. Add occasionally to prevent  teaspoon dill weed franks, tnacaroni and cheese sticking. favorite, glaze the roast with a mixture of apple butter and orange juice. One of several different pork loin roasts can be selected, advis Reba Staggs, home economist with the National I,ivestock and Meat Board. The center loin, with the least bone, is the easiest to carve, while a half loin provides a larger roast. Smaller roasts, ap- propriate for a family dinner, are the sirloin roast from one to oven ', cup shredded Cheddar cheese Split and toast hot dog buns under broiler. Split the franks. Spread bottom of each bun with 2 teaspoons Thousand Island Dressing. Top with a frank. Sprinkle 2 teaspoons shredded cheese in the center of the frank. Heat under broiler to nlclt the cheese. Top with remaining bun half. Serve with sliced tomatoes. Frank Scramble ( Yield: 8 servings) u, cup each 8 franks, cut into 1-inch pieces 2 tablespoons butter or margarine (i eggs 1 tablespoon chopped onion 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper 1 pound, 1 ounce can cream* style corn Melt trotter in medium-sized skillet. Beat eggs and stir in renmining ingredients. Pour mixture into skillet. Cook over low heat, stirrring oc- casionally. Serve when moist and creamy. Can be served on toasted sandwich buns or slices of toast. Can Opener Easy Frank Dish ( Yield: 4 servings) 8 franks 1 tablespoon butter ntargarine or Try Barbecued Meat Balls Never before has the butcher sold so many pounds of ham- burger as in the last few years. U shoulder, bottom round, chuck or bits of well flavored meat. Barbecued Meat Balls 2 pounds ground beef 2 eggs, slightly beaten % cup milk 2 teaspoons prepared mustard 2 teaspoons salt /2 teaspoon pepper % teaspoon nutmeg Mix and shape into lVz inch balls. Pan-broil. Serve with barbecue sauce. Barbecue Sauce 1 medium sized onion 2 tablespoons fat 2 tablespoons vinegar "1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon salt /4 cup lemon juice 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 cup catsup 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce tablespoon prepared mustard 1 cup water /z cup celery, cut up Few drops Tabasco sauce Brown the onion in hot fat. It SUBSCI00iBE '""' I o the Herald . . It's Easy I I II I tl I II II RE Add the remaining ingredients. Simmer for 30 minutes. Pour over mea balls. III I Rug Cleaning and Upholstery Shampooing Estimates cheerfully given Steve Marynik St. & &. Ph. 482-2,566 - Sklmy, Mont. - , ..... {4,"If1 " I I ,, ,,, Sidney Paint & Glass i ! 2 st Main - Phone: 482 - I 1)3 II I II I Enjoy the Holidays with a new, compact, GE fast-cooking, portable I MICROWAVE MIRACLE OVEN tN Volt -- plup into any adulmltely wiltd alllllKII outlet. No Installation Needed. Let's face it . . , cooking is time consuming, but with GE's microwave oven you can cut that time from hours to min- utes! And that's not the only convenience , . . leftovers can be warmed without drying out; frozen foods can be thawed in minutes anti. because microwaves penetrate only the food, the oven stays cool so spatters don't bake on. Use your model Jet 70 new GE microwave riven on a countertop or on roll. COOgS A suggested retail price around cart. "Where appliances are not a ddeline" SIDNEY ELECTRIC IN 4 MINUTES Sales & Service Ask For A Demonstration Phone: 482-2018 113 E. Main 4 I II II I IIIII Helena. Billings. Butte. Livingston, Missoula. Cut Bank. Great Falls. Miles City. Wherever you are. Wherever you're calling in Montana. The best time to make your in-state Long Distance calls Monday through Friday is after five at night. That's when Long Distance rates start to go down. They drop even lower at 7 P.M. And snce fewer calls are being placed during Montanan to Montanan. $9S0 '=, cup orange juice  ;i:gii#;t on rack in an open roasting pan Insert meat thermometer so the bulb is centered in the , e._.:__ 'r_ e._.:__otolon, io.oucion Calls Within Montana * Decorated Christmas Cakes  thickest part. Make certain .... bulb does not rest in fat or on Hours Monday-Friday Saturday-Sunday | bone. Do not z.dd water; do not * Christmas Stollen  over. Roa.;t in a slow oven , 325- 7:O-OX.a.  * Banana Nut Bread tlegrees F.) until the ther- .: to Never morethanSl.lO mometer registeres 170 degrees F. Allow 30 to 35 5:00 P.M. for 3 minute call .!! a center loin; 35 to 40 minutes :00 P.M. EVENING RATE * Gingerbread Boys ix, r pound for a half loin; 40 to to Never more than L90 NIGHT RATE 45 minutes per pound for an end 7:00 P. J. [or 3 minute call * Marble Cookies : " . . roast (total time -- 2 to 3 APPLIES * Sugar Cookies k! =1 7:00 P.M. NIGHT RATE Never more than L70 Pastries U  7:00 A.M. for 3 minute call for 3 minute call . Italian Sweet Potato Can tO Never more than L70 t Be Served Wi$ Main  Midnight LATE NIGHT DDD RATE LATE NIGHT DOD RATE to Never more than $.60 Never more than s.60 ORDER NOW C011ffe Or As Oe.e, 7:00 A.NIL for 3 minute call for 3 minute call The sweet potato offers a : TASTY PIES wide variety in the menu. The late night DDD rate appties only to station-to-station calls dialed direct from midnight to 7:00 AM. If your community ooes not have Direct Baked Sweet Potatoes Distance Dialing can still get the lowest rate by calling 6 small sweet potatoes station-to-station. M in ced M eat . P u m p ki n . Peca n ,. cup chopped nuts  On calla billed to a third number (excluding credit card calls) add $ .20 to ': cup sugar above rates. jj '4 cup butter Ca In NOW Cook the sweet potatoes in ..: ... boiling salted water until the  ,.: skins slip off easily. Peel and .  ..... . ............ ,::,-:;r!i:-.,': ............ " ..... SNOWFLAKE roll the hot potatees in the nuts. Place in greased baking dish -- sprinkle with sugar and dot , 482-1806 BAKERY Sidney Uncover and bake 15 minutes Mountain Bell | Lower rates start tese periods, your calls wilt be completed Loaf end of the loin and the blade pork roast from the other, faster and easier. PORK LOINROAST at five on weekdays '' the rates for m-state station-to-station calls APPLE BUTrER GLAZE 4 to 6 pound pork loin roast are listed in the handy chart below. 12 cup apple butter with butter. Cover and bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees. ltore. J