Recipe card from 1972 distributed by Marjon Promotions Inc.

Stuffed Crown Roast Of Pork Recipe CardSTUFFED CROWN ROAST OF PORK

1 (6-8 lb.) pork crown roast (about 18 ribs)
salt
pepper
Walnut stuffing
1 15-oz. jar preserved kumquats

Season pork with salt and pepper. Cover bone ends with foil and stuff center with foil. Insert meat thermometer carefully between two ribs. (Tip should be in center of muscle.) Place Roast in pan with bone ends up. Roast in 325° F. oven 35-40 minutes per pound or until meat thermometer registers 185° F. One hour before done, remove foil from center of roast, fill with stuffing and continue roasting. During the last 20 min. of roasting time, remove foil from bones; top each bone with a kumquat and baste roast with kumquat liquid. 10 servings.

Walnut Stuffing

1/4 cup margarine
1/4 cup chopped onion
2 stalks celery, chopped
4 cups soft bread cubes
2 eggs, beaten
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. paprika

Melt margarine in large skillet. Add onion and celery; saute until golden. Mix in remaining ingredients. Makes about 3 cups.

Suggested Menu and Preparation Schedule

Stuffed Crown Roast of Pork
Baked Tomatoes
Cucumber Salad
Baked Acorn Squash with Limas (Card #93)
Caramel Custard

Bake Caramel Custard early in the day. Refrigerate.

2:00 pm Place Roast in Preheated Oven
*4:30 Make Stuffing
4:45 Place Stuffing in Center of Roast
**5:00 Prepare Squash. Bake.
*5:15 Prepare Tomatoes for Baking
**5:30 Cook Limas
5:35 Crown Roast with Kumquats. Bake Tomatoes.
6:00 Bon Appetit! Enjoy Your Dinner!

After dinner serve Caramel Custard.

*May be prepared early in the day and refrigerated.
**May be prepared early in the day and reheated.

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12 Responses to Stuffed Crown Roast of Pork

Phil DeStefanis
Published 17 February, 2008 in 7:58 pm

If you still have the recipe from the same collection, I’d love a copy of the oven baked swiss steak.

Hazel Greer
Published 15 October, 2008 in 6:39 pm

I have #36. Baked Swiss Steak. I bought this green recipe box of cards from a second hand shop for $1.50.

Hazel Greer
Published 15 October, 2008 in 6:51 pm

Bakes Swiss Steak
2 lbs. round steak, 1 inch thick
1/3 cup flour
1/4 cup oil or shortening
1-1/2 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper
2 onions sliced
1 1-lb. can tomatoes
salt and pepper
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

Trim fat from steak, cut into serving size pieces. Pound flour into both sides of steak. Heat fat in skillet; brown steak on both sides. Season with 1-1/2 tsp. salt and 1/8 tsp. pepper. Place in single layer in baking dish. cover with onion slices. In skillet heat tomatoes, loosening brown bits from bottom of skillet, add Worcestershire sauce and season to taste with salt and pepper. Pour over steak, cover and bake at 350 degrees F. for 2 to 2-1/2 hours or until fork-tender. Makes 6 servings.

Suggested Menu and Preparation Schedule
Baked Swiss Steak
Jellied Perfection Salad (Card #94)
Buttered Mixed Vegetables
Baked Stuffed Potatoes
Cherries Jubilee

Early in the day or the day before prepare ice cream mold, make cherry sauce and make Perfection Salad
*2:30 pm Prepare Swiss Steak
3:30 Place Swiss Steak in Oven to Bake
*4:00 Prepare Baked Stuffed Potatoes
5:40 Prepare Mixed Vegetables (frozen)
5:55 Put Cherry Sauce Over Hot Water or in Chafing Dish to Heat
6:00 Bon Appetit! Enjoy Your Dinner!

After dinner prepare Cherries Jubilee at the table and serve
*May be prepared in the morning or night before and refrigerated.

Leslie Garcia
Published 12 November, 2008 in 5:33 pm

I have been looking for a cherries jubilee recipe. I noticed one here in the #36 Swiss Steak menu — I would love to see it posted…thanks.

Archy
Published 16 February, 2009 in 11:15 am

I am desperately looking for the card in this set that had the chocolate “moose” recipe on it – only it wasn’t moose, it was called something else. I made it years ago, loved it & now can’t find the card (actually, only have 2 or 3 left). Thank you so much if you can help.

Cat
Published 20 August, 2009 in 4:28 pm

I have an ALMOST complete set (missing #91 and #131-142 and would love copies of these recipes for my own reference) I tried looking for the choc. “moose” recipe but the closest I can find is a salmon mousse. I still have the complete index and will list the recipes in a seperate post :) Hope that will help you…

Cat
Published 20 August, 2009 in 4:47 pm

“Dinner Is Served” INDEX:
1. Beef Stew
2. Veal Chops With Mushroom Sauce
3. Chicken With Pineapple
4. Fish Steaks With Herbs
5. Stuffed Crown Roast of Pork
6. Deviled Rock Lobster Tails
7. Calico Potato Salad
8. Quiche Lorraine (Swiss Cheese Pie) 9. Lentil Soup
10. Roast Chicken
11. Stuffed Baked Bass
12. Lamb and Eggplant Bake
13. Marinated Lamb Roast
14. Ham Rolls With Pecans
15. Pork Chops Florentine
16. Pennsylvania Baked Spareribs
17. Beef Lindstrom (Swedish Beef Patties)
18. Sweet and Sour Shrimp
19. Glazed Rock Cornish Game Hens
20. Meat Sauce for Spaghetti
21. Beef Rouladen (Braised Stuffed Beef Rolls)
22. Manicotti
21. Barbecued Chuck Roast
24. Hungarian Goulash
25. Sauerbraten
26. Cioppino (Fish Stew)
27. Swedish Meat Balls
28. Tuna-Cheese-Macaroni-Loaf
29. Meat Loaf
30. Lamb in Wine With Mushrooms
31. Chow Mein
32. Pot Roast in Foil
33. Liver a la Gourmet
34. Herb Broiled Chicken
35. Flank Steak Teriyaki
36. Baked Swiss Steak
37. Beef Stroganoff
38. Baked Stuffed Pork Chops
39. Bettan’s Chicken
40. Beef Pizza
41. Fruit Stuffed Pork Loin
42. Stuffed Zucchini
43. New England Boiled Dinner
44. Chicken Cacciatore (Hunter’s Style)
45. Baked Ham With Raisin Sauce
46. Baked Fish Fillets in White Wine
47. Mexican Chili Con Carne
48. Turkey Scalloppine
49. Paella (Seafood & Chicken on Rice)
50. Lamb Curry
51. New England Clam Chowder
52. Shish Kebab
53. Stuffed Breast of Veal (or Lamb)
54. Shrimp Creole
55. Hamburger Pie
56. Sukiyaki
57. Chicken Pot Pie
58. Scandinavian Fish Scallop
59. Sauerkraut Casserole With Sausage
60. Orange Duck
61. Linguine With Clam Sauce
62. Stuffed Cabbage Rolls (Hungarian Style)
63. Spanish Rice
64. Ham & Cheese Fondue
65. Cassoulet
66. Carbonnade of Beef
67. Tamale Pie
68. Lamb Shanks in Red Wine
69. Hawaiian Spareribs
70. Roast Beef (Standing Rib)
71. Seafood Crepes
72. Chicken Livers in Sherry
73. Lasagne
74. Tongue (Italian Style)
75. Pepper Steak
76. Stuffed Bell Peppers
77. Braised Short Ribs
78. Turkey a la King
79. Medallions of Beef (Sauce Bearnaise)
80. Tuna on Toasted English Muffins
81. Veal Paprika
82. Chicken Breasts (with Prosciutto and Mushrooms)
83. Fillet of Sole a la Lindor
84. Grilled Hamburgers (with Lima Bean and Cucumber Salad)
85. Roast Pork Tenderloin
86. Albondigas con Salsa Fria (Meat Balls with Cold Sauce)
87. Veal Parmigiano (Veal Cutlets Parmesan)
88. Beef Enchiladas
89. Barbecued Chicken (with Plum Baste)
90. Scallops in Chafing Dish
91-98. Supplementary Cards
99. Chicken-Aspic Vegetable Salad
100. Crab Louis
(cont’d)

Cat
Published 20 August, 2009 in 5:02 pm

101. Potato Salad
102. Chef’s Salad
103. Mandarin Chicken Salad
104. Pineapple Fruit Bowls
105. Tuna Salad
106. Mustard Ring
107. Seafood Mousse
108. Baked Stuffed Shrimp
109. Eggs Bechamel
110. Filled Omelets
111. Broiled Fillet of Sole
112. Souffles
113. Ways With Bread
114. Cold Appetizers
115. Hot Appetizers
116. Vanilla Bavarian Cream
117. Othello Cake
118. Crepes Suzette
119. Chicken a la King
120. Easy Baked Stew
121. Cheese Nugget Spaghetti
122. Hash and Squash Bake
123. Eggplant-Hamburger Sandwich
124. Macaroni, Tomato and Cheese Bake
125. Herbed Pork Roast
126. Polynesian Tuna
127. Pork Ribs and Apple Rings
128. Toasted Tuna Sandwiches
129. Baked Cheese-Burger
130. Hamburger Wheels
131. Zippy Sirloin Strips
132. Hong Kong Pork Chops
133. Chicken Linguini
134. Stuffed Ham Sandwiches
135. Coq Au Vin
136. Baked Ham
137. Salmon Steaks Stroganoff
138. Chicken Tarragon
139. Tostada Dinner
140. Roast Chicken
141. Chicken Teriyaki
142. Meat Loaf Mexicali
143. Pot-au-Feu
144. Macaroni-Beef Topsy Turvy
145. Ring of Gold
146. Stuffed Lamb Breast
147. California Orange Pork Roast
148. Gondolier’s Her Sandwiches
149. Pork Chop Suey
150. Baked or Broiled Pompano
151. Baked Stuffed Redsnapper Fillets
152. Italian Pork Chops
153. Sweet and Sour Fish
154. Acapulco Turkey Cutlets
155. Country Skillet
156. Greek Lamb Stew
157. Turkey Chops
158. Beef Wellington
159. Turkey Wings In Dill Sauce
160. Spartan Steak
161. Turkey on a Skewer
162. Larded Pork Tenderloin
163. Tuna Tetrazzini
164. Sauteed Trout Almondine
165. Minted Lamb Julienne
166. Greek Lamb Stew
167. Picnic Beef Roll
168. Skewered FLank Steak
169. Chicken ‘N Rice Skillet
170. Tuna Patties
171. Rosy Glazed Pork Chops
172. Chicken Breasts, French Style
173. New-World Veal Scaloppine
174. Frosted Meat Loaf
175. Salmon Rice Ring
176. Hot Dog Pizza
177. Mandarin Style Steak
178. Calico Stuffed Peppers
179. Chicken Marengo
180. Main-Dish Chowder
181. Gourmet Eggs
182. Liver ‘N Onions
183. Shrimp Newburg
184. Wine-Glazed Cornish Hens
185. Eggs Benedict
186. Chocolate Ripple Coffee Cake
187. Fillet Roll-Ups
188. Mediterranean Salad
189. New England Meat Pie
190. Chicken Fried Steak
191. Grasshopper Pie
192. Grilled Boneless Leg of Lamb
193. Hot German Potato Salad
194. Individual Meat Loaves
195. Stuffed Flank Steak
196. Seafood Fondue
197. Pork Chops
198. Chicken Fricassee
199. Boneless Turkey Rolls
200. Crunchy Baked Chicken
(cont’d)

Cat
Published 20 August, 2009 in 5:03 pm

201. Ruth’s Shell Casserole
202. Chili Steaks
203. Stuffed Franks
204. Peasant Soup
205. Mulligatawny
206. Beef Bourguinonne
207. Deviled Hot Dogs
208. Sauteed Chicken Livers
209. Pizza Burgers
210. Chili Macaroni
211. Florentine Meat Foldovers
212. Teriyaki Beef in Bacon

*sorry for the long posts!!

Mousie
Published 9 January, 2011 in 8:47 pm

Archy–

The only chocolate mousse recipe (or any recipe with chocolate in the title) from the set, as distributed in gas stations, is as follows:

4 oz. dark sweet chocolate
3 Tbsp. water
Pinch of salt
1 Tbsp. light rum
4 eggs
Whipped cream or toasted almonds (optional)

Cut chocolate into small pieces. Combine with water and salt in top of a double boiler. Melt over simmering water. Remove from heat. Stir rum into chocolate. Separate eggs. Add yolks, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Beat egg whites until soft peaks form. Add chocolate mixture to the egg whites, mixing it all together with a wire whisk. Pour the chocolate mixture into individual serving dishes. Chill at least 6 hours in refrigerator. If desired, top with whipped cream or toasted slivered almonds before serving. Makes 6 servings.

Kenna
Published 12 April, 2011 in 2:12 pm

I am trying to locate a Lasagna recipe that was on a card set distributed by Marjon Promotions in 1972. It was number 73 or 74. Would appreciate any help I can get.

loraine
Published 17 June, 2015 in 2:19 pm

I would love a copy or the recipe for #83, filet of sole a la lindor. I had the set and it has been lost for a while. I love this recipe.

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