The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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, MAncn si, 194*1 (ARK.) 1 COURIRn NEWS >ork Rolls Are uncheon Entree Delicious Dinner Assured if Meat Is Apple-Stuffed Pork rolls are an appetizing cn- * for luncheon or dinner nnd nre >ly delicious when the meat 's .titled with a succulent coinMna- on of tender, juicy red Washington ^ine.sap apples, prunes and savory aeon tidbits. Budget-keeuers will eadlly veootfni/c that the fruit sluf- uij; acts as EI meat-slreachcr dc axe. enabling you to serve an in- iting main dish for four, using nly one large thin slice of pork, n addition, the fruity ingredients, .specially the taiiRy fresh apples, irovide valuable nutritive qualities nd a desirable flavor contrast foi he meat Applr Tilled Itorli Rolls (Serves 4) 1 laitfe tllin slice ire.sii pork 1 medium Winesap a[j])lc.s, chopped *i cup cooked primes, ehoppcci 1 small onion, chopped 3 strips of bacon 1 cup of snft bread crumbs ". isp. salt Cut bacon into tiny pieces and •oak slowly in frying pan until •risp. Add rlinpijed onion and cook ! minutes. Mix together brend :rumbs. chopped apples, prunes and ;aH. Add bacon, onion and bacon Tat and toss together with a fork, tf the mixture .seems dry. add small Amount of juice from cooked prunes. ,?read .stuffing evenly on nork re and roll up carefully. Tie with soft string. Place in baxine pan and roast in slow oven l325oF) tor 2 hours. If desired, roll may be basted with prune juice. Lentil Casserole Provides Protein For Lenten Dish Lentils provide prole in In meatless meals. Tills casserole, with Us .sprinkling or cheese. Is » wholesome and, satisfying main dish. l.Mltil Cilffrole One and one-quarter cii|xs dry lentils. 1 union, chopt>ed fine, 4 tablespoons butler 01- fortified cimr- sarlne, 1 cup vegetable stock or consomme, 2 (8-ouncc) cans tomato sauce, salt and pepper to tosh, grated cheese. Soak lentils overnight. Cook until tender In same wuler. Drown onion in butter or margarine. Place layer of lentils hi greased baking dish. Top with layer or onion. Mix stock and canned tomato sauce and pour over* all. Top wlih buttered crumbs sprinkled with grated cheese and bake in moderate oven <350 degrees P.I (or 30 minutes. Fish Stuffed Raked Potatoes (4 servings) r'our large baking potatoes. •> tablespoons butter or fortified mar- «arine. ';.• teaspoon salt. '« teaspoon white pepper. 1 tablespoon minced paisley, 2 tablespoons grated cheese. '< cup liot milk, 1 cup cooked or canned fish, flaked, >j lemon, paprika. Bake potatoes as usual, until I done: make a cut in the top of | each, scoop out the potato and set j the skins linc-k in (he baking |ian I to keep warm. Mash the potato with ! the butter or margarine, season• in:-.s. parsley and cheese, using only I enough hoi milk to moisten. Squeeze the .lulce of the lemon over the fish. Mix fish and potato; pile into the shells; sprinkl. lightly with Quick Horseradish Sauce Peps up Beef For a quick sauce to pep up ueel or lamb dlnnera, try this easy-to- niake horseradish sauce. It's es]>e- clally good with boiled beet or tongue. Easy Horseradish SamT paprika. Return to Hie oven to heal through, about 10 minutes. Note: Salmon, tuna fish, cooked white fish, chopped, cooked shrimp may be used; omit cheese If desired: or use more cheese, reserving half the amount to springlc on top of the potatoes for the final hcnting. 1 tablespoon butter or nniiBarlne 1 tflbU'.s}Mx>M flour 1 cup milk '> teaspoon salt 1 3 cup horseradish 2 tablespoons lemon Juice Melt butter In an enameled saucepan. Blcud In flour, mixing well. Add milk slowly, stirring constantly, until mixture bolls and thickens. Cook alKHit 5 minutes longer. Add all, horseradish and lemon Juice ml stir over low heal until thor- HSJlily lientcil. Makes nuoiil 1 cup auce. l''ishi)iK fllivs are wound by Imml. sing waxed silk thread to held the lalerials In place, BACON Nra m t<M New Rad& White Package Delicious, slo-cured Evergood Bacon n now in a brand new red and white package. Look for it at your'dealers foday. Always ask for i [avor- rrch Evergood Sliced Bacon. MEMPHIS PACKING CO. T FURNITURE REBUILDING Th* Hunse nf Charm can really make your present furniture like new again! We offer truly superior workmanship, a wealth of selection (n upholstery fabrics at every price level, and 10 day acrvlcc. Call for * free estimate. House Of Charm Jimmie Oral Kemp Whisenhunt 2021 West JI»ln Phones: 4621 or 4169 FOOD COSTS Plan Storage, Avoid Stacking Kitchen Pans Planned storage of cooking uten- ils saves time and money, too. When each utensil has its own special storage place, there's no lime, lost in searching through a stack of pans for just the right one for particular cooking task. It won't be necessary to store utensils in stacks or "nests" If all the space in cupboards is utilized. Frequently, an extra shelf inserted between the present ones-is the answer to the problin. This adds enough shelf space so that each pan Mfl bowl can have its special place, hin easy reach. Proper storage pays off in another way. rummaging through cluttered shelves often causes datu- • age to cooking ware. A case in point is gass-on-steel enameledware. This ware is made by coating strong steel with glass-and^vvlll give lasting service it it is correctly stored and given reasonably good care. THIRTEEN FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION Jree <§stim,ates , «UTTER/VULKV •rSKI Art MILK (. AT A6O L4T I CLOVERLEAF NONFAT DRY MILK IOLIDI 8. J.C0HEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. Check These Prices! Armour's SLICEDBACON lb 47' "A" Grade LOIN or ROUND STEAK lb 69 Lean, Delicious PORKCHOPS „, 49 Armour Star Chuck BEEFROAST ,52 For a Tasty Supper STEWMEAT lb 39 Pure, Nourishing PORK SAUSAGE ,,, sli ,, 79' Guaranteed Fresh COUNTRY EGGS (lra 46 Creamy COTTAGE CHEESE 11)fl , 27 ,'J ORDER BY PHONI ^FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY] STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE Covered with delicious syrii|>y strawberries. A wonderful dessert, ready for eating. 88c CURT'S BAKFRY ORDER BY PHONE Phone 832 Phone SOI J.D.'s MEAT Shop J. D. LUNSFORD Acros* from Goff Hotel Phon. 832 Kroner truck drivers In Roannl<«, Vn , drove 1.4(10000 mile* Insl y.Mi with only two clmr|;tiibl« nccldouls to win tlie company' 1 * annual safety awnnl. Driving dilv ami nl^lil over same <>/ Ilir Imijjhi'Ht mountain roads In (he country, they rlmlkcil up on,, of tin- best industiial safely records In llij nation. Safely und courtesy are watchwords for oil Kroger drivers. 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