THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1951 Bt.YTHEVIU.E. (AUK.) COURIRR NEWS PACE THIRTEEN Food Costs One-Fourth Of Families' Expenses 1 Among the many problems which lace today's homemakcr, one of the most pressing Is that of feeding Ihe family well while keeping food costs down. And it's no small task. Of the money spent for family living, one- fourth to one-third is spent for food—so you'll have to be a good shopper to get your money's worth.' Miss Josephine Flory. Missouri Uolvoi-slty extension nutritionist. 'jjk'i these suggestions for wise Ou3 shopping. Plan your meals, make a list, and llien go shopping. Buy the grades best suited to use. For example, dark grated tuna is less expensive than the fancier pack, yet just as iasly and nutritious in casserole and creamed dishes. Don't overbuy. Table waste and refrigerator waste result from buying more than you need. This adds to food costs. Read your paper, listen to the radio, and ask your grocer about the best food values. Every day there are some "best buys"—use them. For example, milk is such an Important food for ycning and old i thai, homcmakers should not dc-j crease the use of milk to cut down! food costs. But there are more ways than from the quart bottle to get: milk into daily meals. Use skim,; evaporated condensed, dry. or bvu- termllk — nil contain that needed i nutrient, calcium. A tall can ol] evaporated milk almost equals a quart ol fluid whole milk, yet it} usually costs less. Skim milk costs! less than whole milk—yet it Is un| equally good source of calcium. And! dry skim milk fs ouc of the cheap- i est (onus of milk. It lias many uscsj In cooking and baking. j Read and study labels—know what! you are buying and how much food I value you are gelling for your money. And finally, while making up your list and while you shop, compare prices Compare the cost per serving of different foods of similar (oocl value: of food of different brands: of different grades: and ol lorn! sold in dilfcrent si7.es and types of containers. Spaghetti 'War' Writers, Chefs By Al-KUKX WKST AP Newfea lures ROMK—A .spaghetti "war" i.s raging around tourists io Rome. Naples and Ualy's other big cities. There ate no casualties and prices nre not involved. The fighting is confined to the chefs and menu writers who U'V to see who can contrive the moit appetizing variation of the cenUi lies-old king of the Italian dining table. Their Mratcgy seems to be a pincers movement- arouqd Die fatnitinr, unadorned dish of spaghetti with tomato and meat sauce. To fight the war. the tourist-happy rest aura leu rs have called to Hie colors a host of enticing dish namus Rages in Italy with Menu Matching Favorite Recipes to trap the unwary gourmet. Given 8 UUte time and publicity, the conflict may one day become a postscript to the famous and fau- tnstic hostilities recounted in a 15th century poem between Sicilian macaroni and Tuscan vegetables. A Roman-monk and professor ol elocution, Bernardino titcfomo, is author of the heroic and comic classic titled "Macaronis." In the story, two armies called "maccherone" (macaroni! and "fag- lolo" < macaroni and bran) wore aligned against each other. Of course, macaroni won. Pasta (dough) is the general term for macaroni, speghelti, vermicelli, etc. A formidable aeBvegatlon is ar- rayed against just phi In old spaghetti—which you cun have svilh butler or tomato-meal sauce in any popular restaurant for liii) lire (about 30 cents). This docs not mean that Oiere is widespread opposition to standby -spagliclti. It just mentis thai the "pa'itaciutta" i pasta t family is so bit; that there is an almost Inoxhaus- tiblo pool of manpower. One good example is "niru'dieron all;i cocotte.sca" which in plsiin English would be "tnacrtroni i\ la flirt.' The dish is a .spiced up concoction which inclndns fresh Unnatoas. olive oil, fjiu'lic, origan toregano), anchovies, olives, capers and reel pep- pers—all added to the macaroni. ' There are a cto/.en others such as KifiheUi alia papaliita (skult cap). lunyueUlne alia c-ampa^nola (country stylef, luigucttine al carrettlere 'carl driver), cannelloni all 'amal- fit ana < Amain a town noted for fine pnsia), macclirronl alia sicili- ana. According to the better sources, (here are at least 500 recipes for ]>aMa dishes. Modern machines now In use for making the dough base turn out about- 180 different, types — long, short, cylindrical, and stamp cd or pressed. Unofficial but reliable .statistics .say that 1.500,000.000 kilos or a mi I Lion and a half metric tons ol pusta ure consumed annually in Italy. To make lobster chowder use a 1'iip of cooked or canned lobstci (cut In small pieces* to a quart of rich milk. Add nboul three table-, Inv: tin- diowcttr to stand at least Sjxjons of butler and salt ami] h:c!i ar> hour before serving to dc- shly-lii'iiiiiui uciinor to tustc- Al-'icli;r> j;<K.d flavor. i U When it raisis it pours j) v Leftover Vegetables, Che< Make Excellent Meatless Dish Here's something good—a lot of i t'pgetables combined with dairy I foods into a wonderful meatless i m«ir.i dish. ! Yon can use leftover vegetables > to avoid wasting them, The cheese and milk provide first class pro- '.lein and [he dish is thrifty, too, fgLt Springtime Vegetable Flan ™ (Strves 4-6) One baked cheese pastry pie shell, *i cup milk. 2 eggs, beaten. 1 tea- snoon salt. *i teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 2',3 cups diced, cooked vegetables — carrots, celery, onions, peas, turnips, parsnips, beans, potatoes—2 tomatoes, peeled and cut Into eighths. '2 cup grnted cheese. Scald milk and add to eggs. Stir in salt, sauce and vegetables. Pour Into baked pastry shell. Arrange tomatoes on top and sprinkle with prated cheese. Bake In R moderate oven (350 degrees F.I for 35 minutes or until set. Oiec.se Pastry One and one-half cups flour, K teaspoon salt. !i cup butter, 'i cup grated Cheddar cheese, 3 tablespoons cold water. Sift together flour and salt. Cut in butter, add cheese and mix well. Add enough water to mix ingredients together, and form Into * rtnueh. Roll out '1 Inch thick and fit into 9-inch pie pan. Trim edges, and prick all over with fork. Cake in a hot oven (-450 Deg. F.) for 15 minutes. Makes one 9-lnch pie shell. This chowder is packed with protein and vitamins and the evaporated milk gives it a welcome creamy richness. Cheese Luncheon Choudrr (Serves 4-61 One-f|Uarter cup butter. 1 cup diced celery. 1 cup diced carrot, 2 tablespoons grated onion, 1U cups cooked or canned'Whole kernel corn, '•i cup water, i teaspoon salt, few grains pepper, 1 teaspoon sugar. 2 cups evaporated milk, 2 cups water. 1 cup cooked peas. 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, grated American cheese. Melt butter, add celery, carrot, onion, corn, Vi cup water, salt, pepper and sugar. Cover and cook for I hour. Add evaporated milk, 2 cups water and peas. Heat, add parsley and sprinkle cheese on each individual serving. Hope Sign Painter Killed in Wreck « ..., HOPE, Ark.. April 19! (ip'i— Marciis mtkner. Jr.. 25-yenr-o!d Hope sign painter, was killed early torlny when his pick-up truck crashed into R lice and burned sbout 20 miles south of here. Buck Baker. L»yrayetle county sheriff, said F'aiilkner's truck failed to make a curve. The body was removed from the burning vehicle by n passing motorist. Faulkner was riding alone. Survivors include tils widow. .1 son and his parent*, all of n«ar Hop* Acheson Charged In M'Arthur Firing CHICO. Calif.. April 19. (/?>)—California's Lieutenant Governor says Secretary Acheson engineered the discharge or General MacArthur as allied commander in a planned program to appease Russia.. U. Gov. Goodwin J. Knight. ,\ Republican, told the Kiwanis Club 'Acheson is the most distrusted and ^3spised man in modern American history." He demanded Acheson's resignation "for the safety of the nation. MacArthur to Celebratt Marriage Anniversary NEW YORK. April 18. (AP)— Gen. Dougia.1 MacArthur's return to New York City late tomorrow conie-s eleven days before the 14th anniversary of his marriage in the Municipal Building here. The general and Jean Faircloth of Murfrecsboro, Tcnn,, were married in the city clerk's office Apri 30. 1937. MacArthur—bound for the Phil ippincs lo become military advisci —was asked how long he expected to remain in the Far East. "The job is going to last a long lime," was his reply. TV Station to Send Stalin a Kinescope [.OS ANGELES. April 19. (,TV T^vision station KNBH says i p,W- to airmail to Joseph Stalin In Moscow a 12-minule kinescop recording of the arrival of Gen Douglas MacArthur at San Fran Cisco. 'Hie 16mm. film shows the croivi at. the airport and MacArthur' speech. Concrete Culvert Til* Si7.es ip lo 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Shts «p lo M In. Automatic Flood Galex Concrete Seplir Tanks Mclal Septic Tanks Sewer Tit* Rtsl Prices tt> Vtrllrrr A. H. WEBB Hithwa; «1 >i stale t,ln« Phnnf 714 CHEESE ,,<y ff^ffi/rvs^isf^ift Snow Crop l v*&h®J™± <^ -.v;-;fw -VK >" ORANGE BEANS 2 JUKE COFFEE Ib. 79£ With Coupon from Blue Bonnet Oleo CRYSTAL FROZEN—12 Oz. Box SUGAR OLEO - ib. 29c Now oil the iweelnest and goodness of Blanton Crtamo's coiliier ingredi* *nd cornei to you fjtsher and b«lf»r rfian tv«r — in o n«w Iripie-wrapped, flavor i*a!ed package. Buy o pound of Blanton Cteomo Margarine, loday, and rajte th« dclicioui difT«renc« cosU lier ingffrdienh make. STRAWBERRIES - 35c SHIBLEY'S BEST FLOUR 25 PET MILK 3 FULLY DRESSED FRYERS LB. 49c MEATY—Par Lb.. Heck Bones 15* U. S. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST LB. 69c Morrell's Yorkshire "A" Grade BACON ib 49c Ready-to-Eat Mayrosc Picnic HAMS - ib 49c BRISKET STEW MEAT - -139c All Meat—By the Stick Rag Bologna ib 39c BALLARD'S BISCUITS. 2 CANS 25* CAMP FIRE Pork & Beans 3 tall cans 270 BLUE BONNET OLEO LB. 39* GOLDEN CORN3ears25cl 163 SIZE WINESAP Apples - 2 for Sc FRESH Carrots-bch 5c GREEN ONIONS- FRESH—3 Bunehei Radishes-1 432 CALIF.—Doz. PEERLESS Potted Meat 2CANS15* HUNT'S Tomato Sauce 3 for 25<z ib. si fe r *' SUGAR VALLEY KRAUT NO.2icar.lltf RHKBiiESBSEiSSSZajSJSESSS" M-'J-T/IV;' '- rSSi'-STa 1 : WATER VALLEY ra n r'
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