The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1953 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 15, 1953
Page 16
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS Duckling, Apples Team In a Tasty Casserole Associated Press Fond Edtfor Fresh or frozen Long Island duckling goes all over the country these days, ready to be put into luscious dishes. Want to try something new? Team the duckling with a hanriy can of apple slices for a casserole, or cook ft with tomato sauce and Mrve It with spaghetti. DUCKLING-APPLE Inrredlents: 1 rcady-to-cook Long Island duckling (4 to b pounds). 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet, 'i teaspoon snlt, '1 teaspoon ginger, !£ teaspoon pepper, 3 lablespons fai, 1 No. 2 can sliced apples, H cup ap- le elder. 1 teaspoon lemon juice. Method: Cut duck into serving size pieces. Mix'kitchen bouquet, salt, ginger and pepper In a large bowl, Add duck and toss gently together with fork to coat thoroughly. Melt fat In skillet and brown duck In it over moderate heat. Meanwhile arrange half of sliced apples, tnclud- 1/is Juice. In bottom of greased I'/, quart baking dish. Add duck. Arrange re nlnlng apples around edge of baking dish, neat elder nnd lemon juice to boiling point and pour over duckline. Cover tightly and bake In moderate (350P) oven, un- til duck Is tender, about 5 hours. Serve In casserole. Makes 4 generous servings. BUCKLING rfAJ.JK.VNE ' Ingredients: 6 to 6 pound Long Island duckling (dressed weight,), 2 tablespoons fat, <h cup finely diced onion, K cup finely diced celery, orf. B ounce can (I cup) lomalo sauce, 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet. 114 teaspoons sugar, )!4 teaspoons salt. % teaspoon oregano, 1 pound spaghetti. Method: Wash duck In cold wnler and dry. Cut off wing tips; cut In serving size pieces. Melt fat in deep skillet or Dutch'oven. Add duck and brown over moderate heat. Add onion and celery and cook about 5 minutes longer. Mix tomoto sauce, kitchen bouquet, sugar, suit nnd oregano. Pour over duck. Cover tightly and bring to nail. Cook mull duck Is tender, about 45 minutes. Meanwhile conk giblets, neck and wing tips In boiling salted water until tender. Cook spaghetti In at least 3 quarls boiling salted water adding 1 tablespoon salt per quart, When ready to serve, remove pieces of duck from sauce. Pour off fat, chop giblets and add to toraato sauce If desired. Drain spaghetti, (hen pour sauce over spakheftl and mix well. Arrange spaghetti on serving plotter. Top with pieces of duckling and serve with a tossed green salad. Makes 6 sejvines. Adds Zip to Lunch Here's a zippy bacon and cream cheese sandwich filling to add interest to any lunch. Fry 8 slices of bacon imtjl crisp, (hen chop fine. Combine the bacon with 1 lable- spoon of chutney and 1 3-ouncc package of cream cheese and mix thoroughly. Here Is Handy Breakfast Guide If there's plenty o! variety in the brenkfast menu and l( it includes meat nnd eifps, your family easily »'il> act|i!lrc the good brc.ikfast hnbit.' Hei-es' a handy breakfast menu planning guide: Fruit — Juices, half grapefruit or prunes. Cereals — PnckriBPci, reiuly-to-scrvc cereals or hot cooked cereal (Serve the latter with brown sugar and cream.) EBRS — sort cooked, poached, (rled scrambled; omelet. Meat — Bacon served with eggs. Pancakes. fYcnch toast or waffles Canadian-style bacon Fried liam, with or wijhout eggs Sausage links or paities THURSDAY, JAN. 18, Corned Beef Dinners Not Just New England Type Meal Tasty corned beef dinners, replete with steaming, coLorfiil vegetables, are not limited to the New England stales. Nor arc corned beef and' cabbage lovers found only.among friends of Mng- gte nnd Jlggs. The fact of the matter is corned beef has become n favorite all over the country. There are many wnjs of playing up corned beef's good flavor. One Is to cook It slowly in water to Creamed dried beef on toast or English muffins Corned beef hash with poached eggs Fried sliced luncheon meat Bread — SS'liite, whole wheat, rye, rr, IK la Sweet rolls, muffins, English muffins. which Interesting seasonings have been added. Another Is to glaze it after cooking as you would a ham. As a change from corned beef and cabbage, why not serve corned beef with cauliflower? For n pretty dinner platter, cook the cauliflower whole, top 'with pl- mlento cheese sauce and serve it'lth slices of hot corned bet-? 'as pictured on the preceding page) C'tBriiPd Keef Dinner 1 corned beef brisket 1 bay leaf 4 whole cloves 1 clove gnrlic 1 whole, cauliflower 1 cup medium white sauce '1 cup grated American cheese 2 tablespoons chopped plmlento Wash corned beef thoroughly and cover with cold water. Bring slowly to a boll and cook toe t minutes, skim, add remaining In- ' gredienls, cover and reduce heat.' Cook slowly 3 to 4 hours/or until '• very tender. (Allow 45-50 mlnutet per poimd). Add additional hot' water as needed. Cook cauliflower in boiling, salted water until tender. Prepare white sauce. Add cheese to hot' sauce and sttr over low heat until cheese melifi. Add pimiento and pour over hot cauliflower. If you'd like to glaze the corned tieef, proceed as follows; stick surface of cooked meat with whole cloves, then over meat po'*r 14 cup maple flavored sirup or \i cup brown sugar moistened with vinegar. Bake uncovered, at 350 P., I for 20 minutes. ^ •wss- * |^ Vf Co fl , esf 100 .. .-, _ PRIZES AWARDED III 2 BIG COHTl One Ever LI ve LESS « Buy 2 b^rs of Lux at Kroger. Use wrappers to enter contest. 1 Reg. Size' Bar Bafh Size BOT TiDb29 ; I 'Get » large box of Tide. 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Self .Rising - - 1.85 RED POTATOES-50 Ibs. $1.69

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