The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1951 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 9, 1951
Page 13
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AtTWST », 1WI •LTTHEVTLLB. (ARK.) COURIER NEW! Dinners, Like Young Love, Need Sundae for Sweetnes§ BRIDE'S DELfGRT: Fresh pineapple boat with ice cream fruits, plus & luscious orange maraschino sauce. Dinner, h£f young love, needs touches of s\yeeine=s. Sundaes are delightful tiekserts that rest easily within a bride's food budget. Let's begin today's lesson on well- fed matrimony with a fresh pineapple. Summer Sundaes (Makes 2 servings) One-hnlf fresh pineapple, 1 pint vanilla ice cream from the corner store. Give Your Family the Bird; Serve Fryers, Broilers for Big Eats Day With broiler* »nd fryen lilting i :!>« drain from the sagging family 1 food budget, Sunday can still be "big eats" day [or the family. For bfg gatherings of family or fflends, Ihe supply of small big- ireasted turkeys is relaxing news, too. Beltvilies small whites, ranging from 5 to 10 pounds dressed weight, will, according to the Department of Agriculture, be in bigger supply from now on. Melons have a Sunday-go-to-meeting way with them, too. Now begins their season. Melon-Ginger ClH-ktail Cut chilled cantaloupes Into halves. Pill each cavity with balls made from another melon and with sliced fresh slrawberrfes. Add a touch of zesty ginger ale. Garnish with a whole perfect raspberry or blueberries and fresh mint sprigs. Mallbu Melon Cup Salad Cut a vine-ripened chilled cantaloupe In half using a zigzag motion to make a "frilled" edge. (A pencil Hue drawn around the melon will help to make this operation easy ) Remove the seeds. Fill the cavity with'an assortment of summer frulte. What Wild? Any "dollop" of yourl Place on t bed ilnd. Top with favorite sherbet. of crisp, green lettuce. (P. S. If you are counting calorie: skip the sherbet and sprinkle thi fruits with slightly sweetened and salted fresh lemon or lime julcej Some Cost, New Role You've served liani and baked beans with brown bread, so here's their mate, place slices of broiler Canadian-style bacon bet wee i slices of brown thread. Serve will baked beaus and a cri.sp tossed salad for a satisfying luncheon. Travancore state Is cut off from the rest ol India by mountainous jungles. A SUSSTirUJE F OR MEAT 10 minutes. Add celery and green pepper; cook until well heated,"bu not browned, about 5 minutes. Re move from heat. Add hot vegetable mixture to bread crumbs and cracker meal in bowl. Stir in salt, mustard and pepper. Beat in egg, vinegar and sour cream, blending well. Place each fillet on piece of brown w rap pi ng pa per la rg e e noug h to completely cover fillet. Divide stuffing into' 4 portions. Place portion of stuffing on one end ot tniet and Cut a fresh unpeeJed pineapple In half, leaving on the leaves. Scoop' fold over - Wra P securely in papei cream PIace wrapped fillets on bakin: out the center. Spoon ice into hollow and ,serve with orange i^ maraschino sauce, strawberries, *^ orange slices, bananas may also be served with sauce. Note: Save pineapple to serve tomorrow. Maraschino Orange Sauce (Makes 1 cup sauce) One-third cup orange Juice, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, \? cup sugar, 4 maraschino cherries, chopped, V4 ' cup heavy cream) whipped. j Combine orange juice, lemon | Juice and sugar; bring to a boil, Stirj In cherries. Cool to lukewarm. Fold | In whipped cream. Chill. Serve over | Ice cream and fruit, , j But a man cannot live on sweets j alone. And with meat prices so < high, the budgeting bride must go; fishing for other sources of first-; class protein. Fish Fillets En FapiMnlc (M&kea Z to 3 servings) One pound fish fillets (haddock, halibut, sole), cut into 4 fillets, 2 tablespoons butter, \,£ cup finely chopped onion, H garlic clove, peel*d and finely diced, % "cup finely chopped celery, « cup finely chopped green pepper, =>*cup firmly packed sort bread crumbs, v x cup cracker meal, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon dry "mustard, dash of pepper, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon vinegar, 2 tablespoons commercial sour cream. Cover fish fillets with hot, not £ boiling, water; add 1 teaspoon salt. Simmer for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and drain. Meanwhile, melt j butter in frying pan ovef low heat; • dd-onion and garlic and cook until tender and golden brown, about sheet and bake in'moderately hob oven (400 degrees F.) for 10 minutes. Remove from oven; un wrap and serve hot with cold sour cream pickle sauce, i ^ When it rains it pours HALSELL'S CASH GROCERY Main & Division in Blyrheville SHOP AND SAVE AT HALSELL'S Pure Pork SAUSAGE LBS JEWEL SHORTENING • 3 . can Food Index Is Advanced Prices Up Slightly Over Last Year NEW YORK, Aug. >. (fp,— Whole- rats food prices, as measured by the Dun and Bradstreet Pood Index, advanced Just a shade this Veefc. The Index at $6,91 compared with *6.90 last week and WAS 5.8 per cent above the ycar-aao level of •6.53. The rise was the second slight Increase 'r, as many weeks, Jollow» lng a long alow decline from »7.18 on May 15 The high so far in 1951 was »731 on Feb. 20. The Index represents the total cost at wholesale of one pound each of 31 foods In general use. Goody Evergood Says.^ Family Favorite lor lound-the-clock goodnessl JEWEL OIL BLACK PEPPER can 15c PURE CANE SUGAR PURE APPLE Tor mealtime pleasure, •erve delicious Evar- Opod Bacon—sliced just right (or crigp. tempting goodnes*. lt'» greal for j breakfast, lunch or 3up- I per. Always look for th« I Evergood lalpel. Buy it *t your grocers STRAWBERRY PRESERVES ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS whole or Halves SNOW BALL GUARANTEED 55c FLOUR - - - - 25 *. 1,59 RED RIPE TOMATOES -----ib6c SHELLED PEAS cnURT SALMON can 45c GREAT NORTHERN 5EANS Kroger Branch Manager's Sale of IBE to help you « George Berg manager of o» Kroger Stores in this area, says. .. We at Kroger firmly bellev. quality m< , ats necdn . t b(J ex _ Psnslva. And during ihi, sa |, ^''"r that each Tat'te mi" X' 167 '"-' "P to these 3 points: One 1 " he ° £'?"""«' musi be low. Two - they ra £" ? P ° UnCl »'«l« Per pound. Anl \ h ™ _*h' ^ I'"'' especially pntetteii r« r V must be That's why^anls jT.Tc'hTu, """'v meats we've se!ected for ,h,, «", off *"' fln ' most, or the best, for the'leas": S '° U "" GROUND BEEF No lioncs, no (rim, no waste in Kroj;«r Ground Hcef. You're sure (o get a pound of perfectly delicious eating in every pound you buy at this is. special low pric«. Lb. 59' o' BEEF Ib. OOe Skinless, Wilson Certified HI BRISKET WHITING FRANKS ORANGEADE ". PINEAPPLE JUICE 3 ORANGE JUICE ICED TEA FROSTEE MIX BREAD SALAD DRESSING COFFEE TISSUE "' 5Z4T Club SANDWICHES TASTE BETTER J9c Brand 6 oz. Bey. Fixer Can Kroger Super-soft 20 oz. Loaf Loaf rr\DU Avondale Whit* •) lUKn Cream Styl* / Com £ 49£ PORK&BEANS 12-S 10< PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES 25< Packers Lab*/ Can* 72 ox. Jar Kroger KROOKR'S of Vacuum Coffecji Embassy Qt. Jar Vac Pk. Ib. iisr 10 PRESERVES *"£'"" EATMORE OLEO 4 J 12 ox. Jar Quarter .Sticks BialFlauor Drenched! / WATERMELONS Avondale Plain FLOUR 25 IBs. 69c 69c BIG PICK OF THECROP EA. CABBAGE, 16 5c ONIONS, 1B 5e \ LUX Facial Soap SURF Lge. Box S1LVERDUST 32* Lg.. Box \Valer .Maid RICE • FRIDAY, SATURDAY*, MONDAY SPECIALS • Lb. 16* FLAVOR AID I J tf Boxei Bagwell JELLY 2 Lb. Jar KRKAIKI. PUDDING Box LIFEBUOY Soap I Botfi Bars 25< RINSO Lge. Box 30*

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