North Carolina Newspapers

    Friday, October 18, 1963
THE NEW BERN MIRROR, NEW BERN, N. C.
Page Three
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COOKING?
If you should happen to pass
1504 Neuse Boulevard, an'! smell
something utterly delicious
baking. It will probably be one
of Bebe Montgomery’s French
pecan pies.
The recipe was originated by
a chef In Paris, and Bebe’s
husband, Tim, got It by way
of a friend who knew the chef
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315 Tryon Palace Drive
ME 7-3100
Oscar-winners Sophia Loren and Maximilian Schell team in
the dramatic "The Condemned of Altona," Carlo Ponti-
Titanus production directed by Vittorio De Sica. Filmed in
Germany, the 20th Century-Fox release opens Sunday at
the Tryon Theatre.
Try Us First
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personally. Try It just once,
and you’ll be sold on French
pecan pie for the balance of
your days.
You’ll need four eggs; one-
half cup of white sugar; two
tablespoons of flour; a one and
one-half pound can of white
Karo syrup; and an uncooked
nine-inch pie crust. And of
:ourse, you’ll need pecans.
Beat eggs. Mix flour and sugar,
add to eggs and beat well. Then
add these combined Ingredients
to the Karo syrup. Put nuts In the
pie crust first, and then pour
In the mixture.
The secret for a perfect pie
TRYON -- Frf. - Sat.
you have never seen anything in the world like
JOSEPH E. LEVINE I irescnts
OFTHE WORLD
Directed byGUALTIERO JACOPEni TECHNICOLOR'
as viewed by PETER USTINOV An Embassy Pictures Release
Is In the baking. Start your
over at 350 degrees, and keep
It there for approximately ten
minutes until the crust will
hold at least on the bottom.
Then reduce heat to 250 de
grees, and bake for approxi
mately forty five minutes. The
peacans will rise, and the pie
will puff up wonderfully. You’ll
probably never see this recipe
printed elsewhere, so hang onto
It after you and the neighbors
have read your copy of The
Mirror.
Mrs. D. M. Parker, Sr., of
1408 National Avenue has her
own recipe for sweet potato
pie, and what a recipe It Is!
For Ingredients, Mamie uses
one large can of sweet potatoes;
one-fourth cup of liquid from the
potatoes; one-fourth cup of
granulated sugar; one-fourth
teaspoon of salt; one-fourth tea
spoon of soda; a piece of butter
the size of a walnut; three egg
yolks; and one teaspoon of le
mon extract.
Drain the potatoes, and mash
with fork until smooth. Add
other Ingredients and mix
thoroughly. Put In a 9-lnch
cooked pie shell. Top with
meringue and bake at 325 de
grees from five to eight
minutes. You’ll love It!
Woman Is like the reed which
bends to every breeze, but
breaks not in the tempest.—
Richard Whately
He preaches well who lives
well—Cervantes
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Company
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Lennox Comfort
Craftsmen
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From time to time, on New
Bern’s streets, you’ll hear
criticism of mothers who rig
their tots with a harness and
leash when walking In the down
town business section.
If you’ve ever been terrified
when your toddler broke from
your grasp and took off like
a jack rabbit, you probably have
a more practical point of view.
Personally, we don’t see any
thing particularly Inhumane
about it.
Certainly, one youngster on
a leash at Middle and Pollock
the other afternoon needed
something to limit his freedom.
Eager to roam, in heavy traffic,
he pulled his mother across the
street like an elephant dragging
a mouse.
Speaking of children, and
their urge to go places on their
own. Is there any sadder sight
on earth than a child who has
temporarily lost his mother?
Tears are never larger, nor
more abundant In their flow.
One of these days, we hope,
Ken and Kay Rockefeller’s
Traveling Playhouse will visit
New Bern. The children who
perform are professional
actors, and the presentations
are aimed at youngsters In the
age bracket from five to twelve.
The Rockefellers—no rela
tion to the rich Rockefellers,
although they started their ven
ture with a grant from the Rock
efeller Foundation—live In
White Plains, New York, and
have kids of their own.
Among the plays staged, are
Mr. Popper’s Penguins, The
Secret Treasure Room, The
Emperors New Clothes, and
The Golden Goose. Ken man
ages the groups on tour, while
Kay, who often stays at home.
Is the writer and director.
Usually, the Playhouse visits
cities that are larger than ours,
but a cooperative effort by
organizations In eastern North
Carolina might Induce the
Rockefellers to tour Tar Heel
communities.
In lieu of this. New Bern
may eventually rise to the great
need here for a children’s
theater of Its own.
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