The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1951 · Page 18
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1991 Pineapple Sponge Dessert Easy, Thrifty Answer to the Sunday Dinner Question BLYTHgVTLLB (ARK.) COURICT FACKB 111 IE EM For Sunday'j family dinner, plne-»- ipple sponge is an easy and deli- cat* answer. It uses evaporated rnllk, excellent for deserts, as It adds smooth texture and rich flavor. This dairy food IE also easy to store and if. both economical and high In footl value. Pineapple Spong* (Serves 4-6) One envelope unflavored gelatin, Vi cup cold water, « cup pineapple juice, '.£ cup sugar, U teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 cup canned crushed pineapple (drained), % cup evaporated milk. 2 egg whites. Soften gelatin in cold water. Heat 'pineapple Juice, add sugar and salt; stir until dissolved. Add to gelatin mixture with lemon juice, crushed pineapple and evaporated milk. Chill in refrigerator until mixture is slightly thickened. Beat 2 cgs whites stiff; fold in gelatin mixture. Place bowl in ice water and heat until mixture holds its shape. Refrigerate until needed. French Chocolate Cream (Serves 6) Pour squares unsweetened chocolate. 1 tablespoon butter, 1 cup hot water. 1 2/3 cups evaporated milk (1 tail can). Vi cup sugar. 2 tablespoons flour, 2 eggs, separated. 2 teaspoons vanilla, 6 marshmallows crisp cookies or biscuits for serving. Melt chocolate and butter in top of double boiler. Add hot water and blend thoroughly. Gradually stir In evaporated milk. Mix sugar and Hour: add eg? yolks and blend tho roughly. Add chocolate mixture. ; litUe at a time. Return pudding lo double boiler: stir constantly until thick and smooth. Remove from heat and add vanilla, and quartered marshmallows, if desired Partially cool. Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry; fold Into dessert. Chill. To. serve: break a crisp cookie ur biscuit into the bottom of individual sherbet glasses. Top with the dessert. When You Plan a Barbecue, Also Provide for Coffee By CECILY BROWNSTONE I Associated Press Food Editor If the man In your family is gong to do some barbecuing during .he weekend, so there'll be less labor tor Mrs, Housewife you might contribute a simple-to-make drink lie and the rest of the family will love. It calls for instant caffein-free coffee (or you may use any instant coffee.) Because tills coffee dissolves easily in cold liquids it takes only a second to make the rirjnx'. Minute Meat Pies Make Good Use at Leftover Limited amounts of leftover beef, noil; or liarn are the perfect filling for little fried pies. Grind (he cooked meat and combine it with gravy or a white sauce to make a stiff paste. In the meantime prepare biscuit dough and roll to V, inch thickness. Cut the dough in rounds. Top half the rounds with one teaspoon of the meat mixture. Cover with remaining rounds pressing the edges together firmly. Pry the pies in deep lard 1375 F.) for 3 or 4 minutes. Serve with tomato sauce it you like. Shottcake Made of Chili Menu thoughts are turning ti cool day favorites—including chili. For a different dish combine chill with corn bread. Split the corn bread squares, toast and serve with hot chili between and over the layers. Or prepare a Coffee Sponge for dessert. This will take a little more preparation but It can be made the night before the holiday since it needs long chilling in the refrigerator. Coffe* Punch Ingredients: 4 teaspoons »_„_., 2V- teaspoons instant coffee. Z cups chilled milk. >i teaspoon rum extract, sweetened whipped cream, nutmeg. Method: Put sugar, instant coffee, milk, and rum extract In shaker, glass Jar. or electric blender. Shake well or blend. Serve in tall glasses. If not cold enough chill or add an Ice cube or two to each glass. Top each serving with sweetened whipped cream and sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes 2 servings—make another batch to serve 4. Coffee Spobfe Ingredients: 2 tablespoons instant coffee. 1 cup hot water. 32 (8 ounces) marshmallows (cut in small pieces) 1 cup heavy cream, 18 double ladyfingers. Method: Dissolve coffee in hot water. Add marshmallowR. Place over low heat and stir until marshmallows are completely melted. Chill until partially thickened. Whip cream and fold in. Separate tadyfingers and line bottom of shallow oblong serving dish. Top with half the coffee mixture and cover with another layer of ladyfingers. Top with remaining coffee mixture. Chill in refrigerator 8 hours or overnight. Makes 8 to ID servings. May also be made in waxed paper-lined loaf pan and turned out. Here's Correct Way to Broil Slice of Ham When purchasing a ham silo* for broiling have it cut at leut ene nch thick. If cut thtaer than one inch the ham is beat panbroited, point* out Reb* Stages, home economist. According to this meat expert, in broiling a ham slice place the meat on the broiler rack so that It i« 2 inches from the heat. This produces a moderate cooking temperature. Broil for 8 to 10 minutes, turn and finish cooking on the second side. For one colorful serving, place plump apricot halves around the edge of the ham slice near the end of cooking time in order to allow them to heat through. Another important way of preparing hajn slices Is by baking. For instance, a slice may be spread with a glaze mixture of flour, brown sugar, mustard and vinegar, stuck with whole cloves, then baked covered: The oven should be set at 300 degrees F. and the ham slice allowed to cook for I hour or until tender. Read Courier New- Classified Ads Half of a Ham Is Favorite Of Homemaker A half of ham U a favorite with many homemakers for summer menus. First of all, for the average family the shank or butt half Is sufficient for more lhaji one meal, yet not- too large to mtike a serious dent in the Toed bill. Another reason for their popularity Ls the ease In cooking, points out Reba Sfcaggs, meat authority. In roasting you simply place the half of ham fat side up on a rack in an open roasting pan. There Ls no ;task of basting the ham since pla'ced fat side up the ham bastes itself. As for the oven temperature.. t keep it low. You'll have a juicier | piece of meat to serve if the ham! Is allowed to roast in a 300 degrees F. oven, A whole ham takes about 15 minutes per pound while a shanlc, or butt half takes from 18 to 30! minut« per pound cooking time. ; Needless to say, the ham makes «. festive first appearance on tht •table, but what about the follow-up aervings ? Of course, cold h am slices are ever popular on cold meat trays and for fine sandwiches. Here's another choice. Place a tablespoon of chilled potato salad on each slice of ham, then roll cornucopia style. Spear with gay wooden picks and arrange on a wooden tray for serving fun. Also, thin strips or cubM of ham topplny tossed vegetables give* the salad main dish qualities. Or ham diced into bite- sized cubes gives heartiness to morning or luncheon scrambled eggs. Remaining bits of ham can be ground and combined with celery and mayonnaise for more sandwich makings. A quarter teaspoon of celery or caraway added to a quart of sauerkraut gives delicious flavor. Good to serve with pork, and Include the pork drippings. Goody Evergood Says: Happy Answer to Heaily Appetites P1*M« your family with treat lo cat that'i quick lo fix) S«rv» Er«rgood Bacon for br«akfa»t, lunch or lup- p«r. It'i alwayi crisp •nd t*ftd*r—sliced |u«t righl, not too (hick, not too thin. Always buy Ev»rgood Sliced Bacon. Mtmpltii raph;i T«m>. BIG BIG SPECIALS AT HALSELL'S CASH GROCERY PURE CANE SUGAR 5M5c TALL CANS PET MILK • - • 3»39c BIG VALUE! SALT MEAT----M9c CHUCK CHOICE BEEF ROAST - - - ». 69t CORN KING SLICED BACON ••• M9c BUSH ALL FLAVORS JELLO DUZ, DREFT, FAB, RINSO, OXYDOL or TIDE " " • " a big value at CREAM CORN FOR FRYING & BAKING CRISCO ---HALSELL'S CASH GROCERY Main & Division in Blytheville SHOP AND SAVE AT HALSELL'S GREEN BEANS - 2 - 39c - - - - 3'«25t WHERE ELSE? MEAL ----- 25M.25 Such Fine Foods at Such LOW PRICES! Exclusive at KROGER WINSPRED cheese food for fine sandwiches. 2 Lb. Loaf We Handle a Complete Line of Dietetic Foods. APPLE SAUCE CHERRIES Kroger No 303 Can Red No. 2 Sour Kroger Pitted Can 10 19 CHUCK ROAST Get KROGER-CUT TENDERAY BEEF ... atw«y> fresh and tender. Kroger-cut means choice euti with a minimum of bone and waste. You get more meat for your money. The Kroger TENDER- AY method makes the finest grades of grain- fattened beef tender without ageing. Yet, Kroger TENDERAY cbsts : no mere than ordinary beef. TENDER 10 TIMES OUT OF 10 Brisket o Beef »> 39 Fine boiling or stewing pieces Whiting 10 '1.29 Fresh fish for fussy families STANDARD PACK TOMATOES Big red ripe luscious tasty-tart beauties. A really fine Kroger value. 2 No. 303 CANS 25 TUNA Star Kifll Chunks No. '/a Can 320 CHICKEN DERBY 3 Ib. $ Can 1,69 RINSO La.. Box 29* SURF Lg*. Box SEEDLESS and plump, juicy, fresh AYACADOES MELONS APPLES OKRA SNOWDRIFT Fine Fresh Large Honey Dew Giants Double Red Delicious Young Fresh Tender 3 Ib. Con 2 for 29c ea. 49C 2 ibs. 29c 2 ibs. 25c 93c LIFEBUOY Ban LIFEBUOY 2 K 23< LUX F L, A K E 9 Lge. Box 29<5 BABO CLEANSER 2 •«« 27<

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