The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 19, 1949
Page 14
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PAGR FOURTEEN BLYTHEVTU-E (ARK.) COURTKR NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 19,1949 Foods Require Proper Storage ,, ROOM Temperature* Harm Flavor and V 1 Often Hurt Nutrition foods wisely and cooking proper!; are extremely 1m- ni ID making the most of (he budget. "But don't neglect the "to-between" step of proper food •tang*. Many fresh foods are highly perishable and lose both food V«iua and flavor U allowed to stand at room temperature. pnah veg«Uble«, particularly, pwftt tyibeing hustled Into the refrigerator, ai . soon as they are brought from the market or garden. ^faah the vegetables thoroughly and trim off wilted parts. Remove thie leaves from root vegetables such M carrots and neets. (Potatoes need not be kept In (he refrigerator.) Allow the excess water to drain and «tore the vegetables In covered enameled refrigerator pans. An ample supply of covered gln.w- pq-steel enameled containers Is an Ideal aid to the projjer storage of Vegetables, leftovers and other foods in refrigerators. These pans come in a variety of convenient sites to tit all storage needs. There nre targe enameled ones for such things as cabbsje) celery «nd hend lettuce. And for storing leftovers and other foods, an assortment of smaller sice container^ Is Ideal. - ,To ii»vt .space, these enameled containers are designed with tint covers to permit easy stacking In th« refrigerator. They are exceptionally, easy to keep clean because their glass surfaces are add and stain resistance. An added advantage Is the fart that leftovers may be reheated quickly In the same •nameled pans In which they were stored. Family Awake for Breakfasts Such as These Many readers complain ll"»y can't Uink up what to give the folks for jreakfast. As a service Lo them, he following breakfast MigKC-itlons !or an entire week are listed, They have been carefully planned to provide good nuLrlLioii and to save lime and money. Breakfast: Grapefruit halves, rice coreal, toast, jelly, coffee, milk. Breakfast: Toronto Juice and lemon slices, brnn *flakes with Lop cinnmon buns, marmalade, coffee, milk, fa»t: Grapefruit .sections, shredded wheat, Roft-cooked, eggs, Js, coffee, milk. Breakfast: Diced apple In Rrnpe- /rnit julrc, French toast, syrup, coffee, milk. fosI: SHced en lined pfnchex. wliole wheat coral, toast, marmalade, coffee, milk. Breakfast: .Chilled prune and lemon juice, pnncnkes, syrup, bacon, coffee, milk. Breakfast: Orange Jtilce. shredded wheat, .111 g ft red doughnut.s, coffee, initk. Bran Banana Breakfast Bread (Vlfhf: 1 loaf, •fMx3!&-lnrli pan) One-quarter cup shortening, % cup CBB. I cup nll-brnn. l'£ cups mashed bananas. 1 Lea-spoon vanilia, 1 r -j cups sifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder, ] £ teaspoon salt, ] Hensptn>n soda, <~ cup chopped mitmcats. Blend shortening and sugar (lira- oughty; add e(?B and beat well Add all brnn, bananas nnd flavoring. Sift dry ingredients together; arid to first mixture with nutmeuts stirring .only until flour disappears Spread In greased loaf pan wllli waxed paper in the bottom. Bnke in moderate oven (350 degrees F.' about one hour. Agri Deportment- Says Canned Corn In May Plentiful Th« TT. S. Department of Ajirl- culhiTe list* canned corn as a Mny plentiful. Last year's crop Led In a very large pack ai}d there !s much of that pack left now with a n«w crop on its way. That's why canned corn Is «n excellent buy right now. Scalloped Corn and Tomatoes («-« »«Tln/rs) On« Ho. 1 can whole kernel corn, I »o. 3 can tomatoes, 1 teaspoon •ugar, 1-2 teaspoon salt. T-8 teaspoon pepper, 2 teaspoons finely chopped onion, 2 tablespoons fine bread crumbs, 1 tablespoon bulter or fortified margarine. Drain corn. Mix together corn, tatnatOM. tugar, salt, pepper and onkm. Pour into 1 1-2-qimrt bak- in« dish; sprinkle with bread erumbB* dot uith butter or niar- farine. Bake In a moderate oven (176 degrees F.) from 20 to 30 nuii- ik«- recipe was tested by O. K- Blessing hi Disguise The cotton boll weevil insect wni onoreO with n inoEiunicul by citizens of Enterprise. Aid, r l*ho weevl destroyed their cotton crops a IK forced thorn to diversify, wlitcl proved such a success tlml the hoi weevil came lobe crmsldriTd n bless Ing in disguise, hence the monu rnent. Powell, home economist of tht- American Can Cotnjiany. Also ths. one: Corn Chowder (B .serving^ HVo ciip.s diced potatoes,, 1-2 cti| boiling wf\tcr, 1-2 teaspoon suit. • cups (iiiJk, 1-4 [round snH pork die ed, 1-4 c\ip finely chopped onion 1 No. 2 can whole kernel com. 2 1- teaspoons salt. 1-8 teasponn pepuer Cook potntoe.s in boiling 1 , saltec water in covered 3-<]uart snucepai until almost dwic; (to not drain Add milk to potntoes and heat t. the botlln? point. Brown salt po>" in a skillet. Remove pork: add on iou to fat and saute from 3 to minute?. Add salt pork, onion am fat, corn, (uid seasonings to pota to-mtVk mixture.! Heat slowly to th lxiS)i]\g point. Serve in^mcdiately. ittle Extras Add Tastt o T/i« Important Meals The little exlriu that taste espe- aliy good are important In SLIII- ny'.s memi.=. So here is a new rei> "> for Kood cole slaw, the kind Hie "'" likes. DC l.uxe Cole Slaw One tensjwon salt, 1-4 leasjwon wpper, 1-2 tciu>|»on dry mustard, ten.sjxxm celery seed, 2 tnblcs|x»ns ignr. 1-4 cup chopped green pep- 01, 1 tablespoon cho)>pcd red pep- cr or pinileiito. 1-2 teaspoon grated j(Ioi), 3 table-spoons snlad oil, 1-3 up vinegar, 3 cups' chopped cab- age. Place ingredients In large bowl :i order given. Mix well. Cover and hill. Camden Devefopment Company to incorporate WTn.B KOC'K, Mny 19. M'i- 'I'he Secretary o[ Slate's ofllce ye.s- tcrdiiy rcoci\'f(l nrtlclcs of Inc'or- noratton from the Uikcvlcx Oc- velopniejit Company of Cniiidcu, Ark. The real estate and oil development, firm listed authorized capital stork a( $50,000. Inrorpnrators are w. E. Silllmnn, Walter II. lla- ncy, Jr.. E. p. Judd and D. W. Futrell, all of Caitulcn. That's Our Motto? We spare no ettori in providing an EXTRA everyday prescription service winch means- extra convenience to you Peel [ree to call on us at any time Prompt delivery service Phone 507 WOODS DRUG STORE They're Flavor-rich FRANKFURTERS! Enr/an* tUi 1>-ai« pj.wp, Irndif E.*"jood for a meal lhal's a money-saver frankfurt quails TUl w w-. Packed 8 to 10 to '.lie pound, they're all "Dinner- Quality" meat! Tender beef and juicy pork! Buy them in the package marked SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKS. That way you're always sure to get the same high quality and delicious flavor. Look for your dealer's special display of Swift's Premium Franks in the flavor-protecting package Made FRESH DAILY in Swift's kitchens . . . from Coast to Coast! EVERYONE'S PRAISING THE NEW TASTE TREAT Cnisadw Pattern TWus 5il»t(sn-.itfi AMERICA'S FINEST JELLY MAKER THEY'RE A FAVORITE MAIN DISH AT OUR HOUSE ... *•••••••••••• EXTRA THIN Try them today. They're extra thin, extra crisp, salted just right Thrifty. More .than 160 in every pound. KROGER SODA CRACKERS BETTER BREAD VALUE KROGER BREAD SUNSHINE pke 30 Save up to Tc on 2 finer, while loaves. Sugar * Honey Grahams. A POTATO CHIPS ^75 I. Stewart's. HOT ROLL MIX , ,29 Ballard'.i or Pilisbury. POTATO Gordon's Sticks. can COCA-COLAS 3, 89c The Pause that refreshes. Salad Dressing t: 39c EMBASSY. An excellent buy for sandwiches or salads. Peach Preserves 3 -: $1 EMBASSY. A stock-up price. GRAPE JAM 3 1.00 - 59c KROGER ANGEL FOOD 13 eggr recipe in IT oz KIX. Reg. 59c. Deliciously light, plump, donuta, crisped to a golden brown in digestible shortening. Sugared — doz. ISc. CINNAMON EMBASSY. TaflMoody c &2 Jiffy Bag free with each purchase. Cheese Food r Windsor Club. Dog Food 3 r: b , : 75c 23c HIGH LIFE. PORK & BEANS 29 Kroger—TWO CANS COCKTAIL N °J n 22 c Kroger Fruit TOMATO JUICE 43 Kroner—TWO CANS PEACHES No ^,29 Kroger Halves or Slices PICKLES 32 £27 C Standard Sour or Dill MARGARINE 2 ,43 Ealmore ICED TEA * P !i49 • Kroger Special Blend EVAPMILK 3 ,35 Kroger HURRY! HURRY! Re-, deem Household Institute Cards Now! Sale Ends May 28. SIRLOIN STEAK - - - .Ib. 79c - lb.59c U.S. graded good or choice. RIB ROAST - - U.S. graded good or choice. STEW BEEF, Brisket -lb.35c U.S. graded good or choice. LETTUCE Top Qualify Large Heads Head SMOKED PICNICS Green Beans SWIFT'S PREMIUM Xi l\0\*ll W U I I J 6 ro 8 pound Average. IB. 37V: Top Quality • New Stringlesi SLICED BACON - - - Ib. 45c Mi " i " i " 1 2 ibi. Wicklow Brand. LUNCH LOAF Ib. 49c Pickle & Pimento or Liver Cheese. FRYING CHICKENS H»iy (he Pieces You Like—19'I9 Farm Fresh BREASTS Ib. 98e BACKS Ib. 37« LEGS Ib. 89c WINGS Ib. 55c APPLES 4 i 49 Wash. Srat« Extra fancy Winesap*

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