The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1949
Page 16
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PAGE glXTEEW Multiple Spices Compose Curry ' A Single Powder Marvelous Blend Of "Faraway Places" Curry powder, though It comes to you looking like a single powder, it actually a marvelous blenri of many spices. Like to know wlint's in * typical curry powder? The list reads like a lovely echo of "faraway places." First, there's turmeric that give* the characteristic yellow color (o curry. Then there's celery seed, ca'rdamoii, coriander, cayenne, paprika, mace, cumin, nutmeg, cinnamon, bay leaves, cloves, anrt black pepper. All arc ground together very fine to produce the powder known as curry. : A handy thing about Curry of Lamb Is that you can make it from uncooked lanib or from leftover cooked lamb, so that it gives you ^vo sti-iugs to your cooking bow The recipes for both arc included and each recipe is authentically Indian iu inspiration, not an Ainerl- iJaniBed white sauce distortion of a tni« curry. You can have fun will" curry dinners. They're served \vitl rice as their starchy accompaniment, but even more Interesting ire the tidbils always served will (jurry in India. These are served n little separate dishes, ranged iu n circle, or in a platter with dividers £>mewhat like an hor.i d'oeuvn dish. ' TypicaJ tidbils for curry ar Raisins, peanuts, shredded coeonui oliopped yolk or chopped white o h*rd-cooked egg, green onion rings Horseradish, crushed dried chi peppers, chopped almonds, chop p*d green pepper. You can .serv frvo or three of these as nccompan: merits or a great many, dependin Upon ho\v closely you want to :ip preach curry served as it's done I India. J I*amb Curry ^(Mad« with left-over roast lamb S Cbsp». butter or margarine 3 med. onions, coarsely chopped 1 tbsps. Hour Iteasp. salt i cups water 3 teasps. curry powder • T bouillon cube - 3 cups cubed roast lamb 3 cups hot cooked rice • Melt butler in heavy skillet; acid onion and cook unlil onion is slightly browned. Blcud in flour and salt; add water, stirring constantly until mixture bolls. Add curry powder, bouillon cube, and lamb; cover Vid simmer 20 minutes. Serve the flurried lamb on mounds of .hot eoofced rice. YIELD: R servings. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY S, 1949 Cooking Cues' ime-Saving •or Busy Days Cut "cooking 1 ' time Ihose busy ays with a ground me-ai <.'ii.\.sci'olc, iys Rebit Stages, home econoniLsl. 'ilh cole slaw and a fruit dessert, caAsi'role makes a quick, but com- .ctc meal. ' Besides saving time. Mips Stn^RS oints out, ground mc>al ca.s-seiok« Ing variety to meals. Used as a larting point, ground meal—beef, eal, |x»i'k or lainh—combines with host of lender garden vegetables or many Interesting ealing )>OM|- ilities. For a "homey" casserole, this well nown hotne .suggosls ombininc bio'A-jieti |X>ik siui.sagc nd onions with cooked macaroni, omatoes and grated cheese. Th lixture is placed in a greased b.ik ng dish and sprinkled with but- ered broad crumbs. It is baked in a 50 P. oven for about 45 iniuutrs. Tauiale pic is another of her ;uggcslions. For this she says to line i greased baking dish with a corn neal mixture, H is then filled with >rnwned ground beet, lomalots chopped onion, and chili jwwder Another layr-r of coin meal is placed on lop to form a crust. The pie ,.s bnkrd in a hoi (450 F.) oven lor 10 to 15 minutes. State Carpenters Unions Discuss Jurisdiction of Power Plant Construction FORUKHT CITY, Ark., May 5— i,Vi—Repi r*eiilalives 'of Arkansas AFL Onrpculers Unions Tuesday night discussed Jurisdiction on construction ol a $15,000,000 power plant near Forrest Clly. I. business manager I Cilly Local, said e was decided except ng lo stick together." meeting was to dls- obtaining Jobs for II. T. of the nulhlng defini Hint "We're Purpose of th cuss mean Arkansas oul.-of-.stale u The huge el .,- .. . is lo l>e consti-urlcd by an engineering firm for the Arkansas Powc and Light Company. enters and barring ions. ctrie. generating plant, NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues ol the Slate ol Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer al retail on the premises described as 2023 Rose St., Blylhcvillc. Mississippi County. The undersigned states thai he Is a clliam of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral - turpitude; that no license lo sell beer by the undersigned ha s bten revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this stule, or any other state, relative to the sale ol alcoholic liquors Application is for permit to be Issued for operallon beginning on the Isl day of July 1949, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1950. Robert Pearson Applicant. Subscribed anci sworn to before .10 this 4 day of May, 1940. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (Seal) Notary Public. My Commission expires: 3;9,53. EXTRA REFINED..CAkEY'S CARRIES THE FLAVOR D.P.L. NO. 15 COTTON SEED Dclinied, Treated And Sacked 85% Oermhiatiun 1 Your from Station A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale Mogcrs & Gill Dell. Ark. 1'liuiic 2272 I Have At AM Times For Sale several tractor* and equipment, twlli new and used I have John Deere, far mall. Ford and otlyja makes. I now have new fos9 tractors and equlpinwit ready for deliver? al dealers price I will trade for most anything jon have- Terras can be arranged See F. C. CROWE 1 mile soulb o? Brftcgadocio, Mo. he premises described as 1 Main, Aimorel, Ark. Application is for permit to bo is sued for operation beginning on tin- 1st day of July 1!)4!>. and to expin on the 30 day of June. 1950. Armorel Drug Co. By E. M. Hcsenold 5-5-40 M*Those who know ^<ONCO : or FILING OF ;'APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR \ PERMIT - 5*otic» J§ hereby given that the Undersigned ha* filed with Use Oommi&sioner erf Revenues of I he Aate of Arkansas for permit to sell ijhd dispense vinoiLs or spirituou.i liqunrfi for beverage at let^iil oiv So Golden! RONCO Is never pasty or chalky. So Flavorfull from tho hearl of DURUM So firm! ROMCO cooU up plump and fonder. Mayrose SLICED DRIED BEEF SO QUICK TO FIX... 'MONEY-SAVING... AND DELICIOUS Dried Beel and Macaroni Au Giatm 14 lea&poon Woreenl«r- shire sauc* 2 lableipoona Cook the macaroni in boHing, unxi\loil water i tender. Prepare white saiicc. Add chtvsc lo white Kiuce and heat slowly until mcllcd. Add Worcestershire sauce. Cut dried beef in largo E^iuirca and fry in melted margarine until "frizzled" on rdgeg. Drain macaroni and place on large baking dish or plAltcr. Cover with cbccso eauce and top with dried Brown in moderate oven (350° F.l Read Courier News Want AU.S. Kounry Kisr Whole Kernel CORN SALMON tall can 35c rolls No. 1 cans 35 C 29° SAUCE All Delicious 1'liivors JELLO (,'lianuin TISSUE Standard TOMATOES 3 For Belter CookiiiR WESSONOIL P. 33 C 'I'Uc Dainty Cooking Fiit HUMKO 4 IA .cm.79 c (iratcd TUNA -39 C Delicious FRUITCAKES ,., 39 C Kxtrn SpcciiU; Chocolate CHERRIES ,u.box39 e MARSH MAI LOWS BABO CLEANSER ..... TOMATO JUICE COCA-COLA SUGAR - 5 PINEAPPLE lOoz. Pkg. American Beauty g Dr. Pepper, Seven-Up Pepsi-Cola 46 Ib. Bag 47c Del Monte Chunks or Crushed 15c . can 12c OL can 1 9c . case89c 10 - 94c NO. 2 can 31C Fi'ish, Ci'isj) CARROTS uch. 5 Florida lilcachcd CELERY ...........I.* 9 Large -I Do/.. Size LETTUCE ....... ea. m< Krcsh, Tender EAR CORN 2 ; 15 Sunkist, .100 Size LEMONS Am . 25^ Ci'isp Wincsap APPLES 3 11)1)lg 39 Florida ORANGES , 7 All Hriu\ds. By the Carton CIGARETTES 2 07 Lifebuoy SOAP 3 for 21 C New rioaling Soap SWAN 3 Med. bars *3 Large liox SUPER SUDS 29 Sailorman HOMlNY 0 No. 2 cans 4" Pride of Illinois CORN No. 1 can lw Avsro llvand PEAS 2*0^25 Fresh, Home-Grown STRAWBERRIES PET MILK 3 tall cans 37< Liberty Cash Grocery's MEAL OF THE WEEK i finely Vj cup torn Eiquid n irrcrn 1 ', j eupj dr»in*d, Kho[«k*rr.<-lcorn. i flour 1 cup dic«d Aca< tall thtc»« Cook onion and green pepper ilowly 5 min. in hot shortening. Blend in flour, salt and pepper. Stir in, corn liquid- Boil and stir 2 min. Add remaining ingredients. Heat slowly, iliiring on- til cheese melts. Do not boil. Serve plain or on toast- Makes 4 serving*. Ton Wilt Hcil or Krcy Mello Brand SLICED BACON. Ib. 44c Pure fresh GROUND BEEF . Ib. 45c Superior Brand, Ib. ctn. OLEOMARGARINE 17c Tenderized, 6 to 8 Ib. Are. PICNIC HAMS .Ib. Pet Milk, can U\c Whole Kernel Corn, can .... 20c American Cheese, Ib . . . . 59c Wisconsin HOOP CHEESE . Ib. All Meat BOLOGNA . . . Ib. 35c Government- Graded CLUB STEAK . . Ib. 59*

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