The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1951 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 2, 1951
Page 11
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THURSDAY, AUGUST' I, 1W1 BI.YTHEVTU.E. (AKK.) NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Fresh Pears Add Zip To Meals in Summer By CECILY BROWNSTONB Awocfcitcd PMM Food editor Delicious Bartlett pears will be plentiful during August, when the youngsters want a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack, serve them this sweet juicy fruit, with the delicate flavor. There's plenty of good nutrition in pears ajii small fry like BartleU's smooth texture, youngsters also will enjoy a sal- in which you use pears, pears are particularly good teamed with the tang of citrus fruit. Here's a recipe. i'car-Oranse Salad Ingredients: 4 oranges, 4 Barllett pears, salad greens, one 3-ounce package cream cheese, finely chop ped peoauf or walnuts, French Fear of Some Cooking Ways Hinders Bride Frying Pan and Spatula Answer Call of Great 'Out-oi-Doors' Many times the biggest hindrance to t. n€u'-bride ccok is a fear o certain cooking procedures. For instance, in the real of meat cookery, she often Ls confused. Knowing how to prepare the thriftier cuU of,meat is of greatest, importance to the newly wed. If fhe can cook a perfect pot roast, she-not only will be pleasing her new husband, but also will be helping the food budget. Pot roasU should be braised, ( which means long, slow cocking in I •Covered utensil. The meat should ] •floured, then browned thorough- j ly in a lillle hot fat in a Dulch ' Then , season with salt and pep- oven or oilier heavy pan, j per and add a small amount of water or tomato juice. Scatter chopped ojjions over the meat, then cover the pan. : Turn the "heat low and cook lor about 3 horn's or until very tender when pierced with a fork. . i Add more 1 iqutd from t ime to time dUting cooking. The braising method is used alsff in cooking Swuw steaks, ox joints, short ribs and other economy cuts. dressing, Method: Pare oranges with sharp uiife, removing all white mein- irahe; cui into round slices. Cut rs in half and remote core; cut each hall into 4'sections. (Or use pea i; slic-cfi thxl with one downward stroke removes core and slices pea i into eight equal pieces.) Arrange orange and pear slices al- ternutcly on salad greens on 4 salad plates. Conler with .softened cream sprinkled with nuts and serve .wi'l. French? dressing. Note: For children's portion, omit nuts if they are not liked and serve | with mayonnaise or some other blend crean.y dressing, French Roq u ef or I el leese is a natural uiih pear salads. Blend cream cheese with an equal amount •of Die Roquefort cheese; halve and core pears, and put some of the mixture hi each.cavity. Serve on salad <ueens with French dressing. Or use American cheese to fill the pear cavities. Grate the cheese coarsely, pack it lightly into a measuring cup and use about 14 cup to each large pear half. Finely-cut preserved ginger mixed ivith cream cheese i.s another delicious way to Till Tresh pear halves. Country-style cottage is another socd and economical teammate for fresh" pears. If you mix the collate cheese with raisins the youngsters will love it. * There's a call to the great out-of- doors these days, and often that me Ems a camping trip. With that II, Mother must have minute- notice food supplies handy—sufficient for the mounting appetites that open air life encourages. For breakfast "chow" time, Mom knows that the menu should in-1 elude such hearty and good eating' [oods as bacon and eggs and fried potatoes. They call for little equipment other than the frying-pan and spat Vila. She can have some fruit and a pot for coffee along to complete the'camping breakfast. Supper around the wood fire Is an event the youngsters will remember. Says Reba stages, home economist. Mom can make it an easy menu for her by taking along several cans of luncheon meat. She can cut the canned loaf Into half Inch slices nnri heat them In the frying-pan. Roasting ears still In heir shucks are perfect cooked riyht in the coals of (lie fire. There can always be a can of easy to carry potato chips. If there's a way to chill, \vixlermpl- [ on wedges eaten fork-free can be ti\e dessert. If not, carefully wrajt- chocolnte fudge cup cakes can be the dessert to go with plenty of the season's fruits. New Type Drumstick For something mold ground meat i al or woccien skew chicken legs. Brow add a little water, in drumsticks, Lxturc on met- rs to resemble them in fat. lion cover ihe pan t ish cooking. and let the "logs" fin- Frankfurters Both Economical And Nutritious Always a good bet for economy, flavor ami -nutrition is the plump, jutcy frankfurter. What's mere, you can have a frankfurter meal on the table HS -"quick as a wink." Here's a, good dish for you to try. Frankfurter Wink ^1 frankfurters : Wi cup sliced celery , 2fi cups panned tomatoes (No. 2 can* Vi. teaspoon marjoram I teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon flour Cooked noodles or rice Cut fra n k turters into c rowwise slices. In a little hot fat, lightly brown frankfurter slices and celery. Add tomatoes and. seasoning* Blend flour with a little cold wfc- ter to make a smooth paste. Add to mixture. Stir over low heat until thickened. Turn heat Sow and simmer, covered, about 10 minutes. Serve over hot buttered noodles or cooket rice. Serves 4. Beet Appetizers Tricky Tricky appetizers add to the list of the uses of that versatile meat, dried becl. For example, make cornucopia-s. Spread thin strips of ^uied beef with chive cottage cheese ^^ onion-flavored cream cheese. Roll into cornucopias and, spear with gay food picks. Get The Best Cor Service! All Makes nnd Models! No mallei what kind ol car you drive you'll iave money by get- Ling the persona) service at T I Seay Motor Co We'll care tor vour car a» you would yourself T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. m K. 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