The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLVTHEVII.LK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, .TUNE 30, 1949 Mixed Grill Is Budget Special Broil Pineapple; Bananas, and Beef For Sunday Supper BV r.AVNOK MADDOX N'EA Staff Writer Ever try a mixed grill to p]( i :»se | the family's Sunday appetite? Try li—it is inexpensive and sin pi is- , Ingly easy to eat. : .Mlxfd Grill ! (4 servings! One pound ground beef. 4 .slices canned pineapple, 4 firm, jncon- tipped hanann.s. melted butter or Jortified margarine, sail, popper. Season grou nd beef \v it ti .sfl 11 and pepper. Form Into four pat- ues. Plat 1 * on greased broiler rack. Place pineapple slices and peeled bananas on rack with moat. Brush fruits with melted butter or margarine. Broil 5 to 1 minutes about 3 inche.s below source of heat. Turn; brush fruits with melted butter or margarine: broil 5 minute.?. To serve, place meat patties on pineapple slices and place on platter with bananas. If 'you are planning a Sunday evening get-together, you'll welcome this tongue In aspic recipe Tongue in Aspic* (Serves 61 Two tablespoon? solatia. 1 .- cnp cold water. 2 cups beef .stock or bouillon, juice of 1 lemon, I teaspoon Worcester hire sauce, one 8- ounce jar sliced heel Ion?IIP. l i- cup chopped celery. '* cup chopped green peper. \ cup sliced .stuffed olives. Soak gelatin in cold water. dLs- solve In hot stock or bouillon and add lemon juice. sugar a n ti Worcestershire sauce. White aspic if, chilling, a tubular mold with cold water. Arrange tongue slices around bottom of mold with the edges overlapping to form a continuous pattern, Stir olives, celery and green pepper into partially .set aspic aud pour over tongue in mold. Chill until firm. To arrange salad plate, invert mold on platter. Border with watercress, endive and radish roses finci fill center with n dressing of mayonnaise, sour cream and Jenion juice. Cabbage Dresses Up For Company Dinners » V <1 A V NO K M AI > DO X NKA Staff Writer Those green cabbages rolling to market combine delicious ly with other foods. The Bureau of Home Economics and Human Nutrition of the UeiKirLnieLiL of Agriculture has experimented. Here are some of their appetizing and thrifty results. Long-time favorites among meat- and-rabbage duets are stuffed cab- cabbage rolls a IT R novel varia- bage and rabbaet tolls. Mexican tion of the la tier—a mix tine of chili con rame and rice wrapped in cnbbape leaves and placed In a casserole. On top, add a combination of tomatoes, vinegar, salt, water and brown .su^ar. Bake in a stow oven '300 degrees F.> for abour :JO minutes. A staffed cabbiige, made "company stylr." .starts with ground meat such a.s .sausage or beef. Brown il with tlicod onions. Whiie the meat is cooking, cut out the heart ut tho ealibsse ami some ttl (lie cabbage around the heart, to make a hole. Chop up the cabbage removed and mi.x it wit h toasted bread crumbs. Then add It to the browned meat arid onions. Fill the hole in the rabbage with the mixture, salt the cabbage, and set it in a pan wpl< a liitfe hot water and a tig In lid. Bake until the cabbaee is tender. Cabbaef-Chfc.sf: Cabbage and cheese combinations offer a choice ILX to type of chffw *»d method of serving. One of ihe popular dishes this ratpRory. a tasty, nourish- concoction, combines the cabbage and cheese with spaghetti In scalloped dish. When you make this, cook less spaghetti than usual, Make a white snuce, and to It add '-i pour.d of cheese shaved tiiin. Arrange the spaghetti, sauce, and shredded cabbage In layers in a Rica.Td baking dish. Cover with a mixture of crumbs a nd ta ble fa I. R:i ke for 20 to 30 minutes In a moderate oven '350 degrees F.», For cooler eat Ins, use cottage cheese and a salad bowl. Use one he ad of lettuce or endive, 3 medium carrots, 1 cup of chopped cabbage, J '•.- cups of cottage cheese, fi\\l, pepper, salad dressing nud one tomato cut In wedges. Shred the lettuce, cut the carrot in tiny, thin strips ot 1 -shred it. Combine with oilier Ingredients just before serving. Season and add dressing. Serves 6 to 8. immmm*»mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm»± I I tempting, quick-to-fix m r quc-to-ix Mayrose i Ready-Serve Meats! I ?85 *UVE SETTER FOR LESS WIENERS ANB One pound Under, tatty w«lner*. on. ficktf, et I oven-fresh bur*. seat. The o/tic-er .said there were intii- 1 cations in the automobile that the roiiple had .su'fiMowed a .substance to which they reacted violeiufy. A b<iUle partly filled v-'kh 'Ammonia -,va.s found in the car. Nottorf s.iid. The officer sairi there were bruises on the young woman's head, face and Jift'k. Although unable to -speak. Marino informed police by notes that two men had forced them to drink from a box lie. He .said the men came upon them while he and Miss Coward were seated in Marino's Parked CHI near Ruerdale. Attackers Force Poison on Couple; Girl Succumbs CHICAGO. June 30. (JPt— A 17- year-old girl died in an automobile in suburban Riverdale yesterday under circunLstKnees which police wiid were unexplained. Her male escort, speechless from the affects of 3 poison he .said forced upon the girl and himself by two men, was under treatment in a hospital. Tha dead giri wa.s Afjjy; Joan Coward. Worth, !!!. Her companion •*'a.<; Arthur Marino, 27. of Bine I.s- land. 111., a salesman, who had been courting the sirl a year. Police Sgt. William Nottorf of the Riverdale police said Marino drove up to the Riverdale Police Station *i 5:+5 a.m. Unable to talk. 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