The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1949 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

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mi MI) AT, JUNE 9, W4f "" Breakfast Tips Given by Expert Combination! Advised To Give Variety to All Three Meals Epicurean's delight' — brains, AWMtbreads and liver—are made to order for" homemakers who enjoy combining different foods, says Reba Staggs. well known liomc economist. .For breakfast, both pre-cooked jveetbreads and brains are dell- clous when broken- into small pieces and scrambled with egj;s. They, also, make a wonderful addition to a cold salad of sliced tomato*.';, celery and V?HS. Brains and sweetbreads are especially tasty when cut into small pieces and added to fresh peas and mushrooms in a white sauce, or they cream nicely with veal, almonds and mushrooms. Luncheon meat can be used a.s the base and topped with, sweetbreads or braiits covered with a bacon slice, and broiled. Then it may be served with a hot tomato or spicy s.iuce. if desired. Both delicacies may be maimed with bacon and served broiled with pineapple rings. Or they may be divided into pieces combined with chives in a white sauce .then .dropped hi a fritter batter and fried un'il a eoldcn brown. Liver Is p. laMy combination with many vegetables—ueas, onions, tomatoes. It goes well with dumplinss or mixed with pork and served on a bed of rice or noodles. Or it makes a pleasant combination in a casserole with hard-cooked e^ps. chopped celery and buttered bread crumbs to say nothing of liver toaf •i' liver patties. Enameled Utensils • J »N III' i.ead Double Lives W in Todovs Kitchen Sweetheort Coke is Timely Idea iLTnrevTLLB <AMt.y oouKi.nif.nri Oklahoma Construction Firm Gets State Contract LITTLE ROCK. Jun« 1— (*>— The lirm of ~P»tU-M«Donald- Manhattan, Musko(«c, Okla., hu been awarded contracts for construction of live attendant'! quarters buildings at the Little Rock Veterans Administration Buildup. Col. Thomas A. Lane. Uttli Root district engineer, said the Okli.- hom» firm submitte'd the low bid of »3<M.230. The firm is building the m«l hospital building, now about 30 per cent complete. Two other contract awards were North East Maine Iron Works, announced: Portland, Maine, »n2,»OS (or finishing operating machinery for Talnter gates on Bull Shoals Dam. fir'- and wMte m-Mtkeart cake Is ideal for en*-aremenl parties This is the open season Joi en- greased and lined with waxed gagement parties. So we asked home economist Barbara .Tale, of the Golden State Company in California, to work with us on a western menu and special cake recipe for a wonderful engagement party. Here is the menu: Tongue in aspic salad, sour cream dressing, tiny bran muffins, butter, sweetheart cake,- tea coffee, mints. And here is Hie pink and white Sweetheart Cake recipe: Sweetheart Cake IServes 8 trnerouslyl One cup shino cup finely chopped almonds. 2(i cups sifted cake flour. 2'.i teaspoons baking powder, i teaspoon suit, '.•! cup butter or other shortening, Hi cups sugar, 2 eggs, ¥• cup marashino cherry juice (make up to >(. cup with milk, If necessary.) Toppinjr and (Illinn: Coconut 2 tablespoons marashino cherry juice. Shake cherries and mils in sifter with 'i cup of the flour. Sift together remaining flour, baking powder and salt. Cream butter, add sugar gradually, and cream until fluffy. Beat in whole eggs one at a time. Add flour mixture alternately with cherry juice. Stir j in cherries and almonds, and pour '••'- two 8-Inch layer pans, well- per on the bottoms. Bake In moderate oven 1350 degrees P.) 35 to 40 minutes, or until toothpick Inserted comes out clean. rint coconut by shaking >t t» * covered Jar with 2 tablespoons cherry juice. Spread on paper to dry. Whip cream stiff, sweeten to taste, and spread between layers Cover sides and surface with cream. Prom center of piece of wax paper cut single or double heart center. Lay stencil on coke, sprinkle cut-out portion with tint;up finely chopped mara-i^ cocomlt - Sprinkle sides of cake :henies, well drained, '.!• wlth """""I ch ''l until served. YOU'LL PREFER JERRELL'S AFTER YOUR FIRST rAGE SEVEpf^ HOKMT DRV MILK SOIIDS 'nto save lime and pariuion. labO1 ' in ' ood P re - Enameled utensils are doubly useful in the kitchen because they are made by fusina durable coat- Ings of °lsss onto steel bases. The smooth glass surface niakc.s enam- eledware ideal for storing foods In the refrigerator as well as for cook- ins. Enameled refrigerator pans, for example, keep fresh or cooked foods , , . moist and flavorful. Furthermore I <-<> a >»«edware help solve many the pan s may be used for reheating I cooku '8 »»" storing problems and leftovers, eliminating the need to .transfer the food from one pan to another. This saves needless dish- LikewL c e.' - when [he occasion Irises, enameled cooking utensils tan be used for chilling or storing foods in the refrigerator. Puddings can be quickly cooled in the saucepan In which they were cooked, simply by placing the pan in the refrigerator. Soups or stews can be cooked, stored and reheated—all In the same enameled sauce-pot. This is especially helpful when foods are cooked a day ahead of time or in quantities large enough for more than one meal. These dual-purpose features of SUGAR-CURED BACON For really fine bacon . . . uniform, choice slicea full of flavor... the brand is Mayroae. Enjoy it with eggs or griddle cakes at breakfast... in dozens of tasty dishes for luncheon., .in "after- •chool" sandwiches for the children::: and for your own late-at-night snacks. Just get a whiff of that grand aroma as MayroM Bacon fries in the pan! It's a promise of superb, flavor. Yes, Mayroae 3u«ar-Cured Bacon • auzlin' good I CITY SUPER MARKET Delicious Red Ripe WATERMELONS . . . Ib. 40 Golden Ripe BANANAS . . 2lbs.25c Armour Star PICNIC HAMS . . lb.390 HOME DRESSED HENS & FRYERS Streak O'Leon SALT MEAT . . . Ib. 230 One Pound Bag Coffee MAXWELL HOUSE . 490 Taste Good MILK . . . 3 for 290 Chuckrime VIENNA SAUSAGE 3 for 470 SUPER SUDS 2 Ige. boxes 440 Regular 49c, Delicious ROCKWOODS CANDY 290 • Mint Wafers • Milk Chocolate • Rum Wafers pkg. We Deliver City Super Market IOS West Main Phone 2*6* Live belter for less WHEN YOU SHOP AT KROGER Pure. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Ready-to-eot. PREM-TREET -New Buffet can. FRUIT COCKTAIL" PEACHES 72-oz. can 8-01. can 370 430 lOc PEACHES ENGLISH PEAS Standard Sugar DERBY TAMALES Easy to Prepare. DOG FOOD Top Kick. ICED TEA KROGER Special Blend. SUGAR Godchaux JO-ib. Pure Cane Bag CORN MEAL Honeysuckle 25-lb \ 4F White Bag |. | J HUMKO Dainty 4-lb. "Iftj Cooking Fat Ctn. / 7^ SPRY For Baking 3-ib. or frying Can DEL MONTE ruit No. iVi yv .j •.ocktail CoO/V TOMATO JUICE n-,430 CHEESE FOOD KROGCft. i V; ** * Coca-Cola Windsor Yi-lb. Club Loaf MARGARINE KROGER Eat more The Pause that refreshes ":: vuc Deposit **»<*** 11 \\ PEANUT BUTTER KROGER 12-oz. Magic Mix Jar PORK & BEANS KROGIR. n 23-oz. Thrifty Size £ Cans and Sweet. 55 WATERMELONS • 5 SPRING DUCKLINGS ,„ 69 C ?XuS?A?r Ripe ar luMAIUu 53 Red Rip* Slicing Quality LETTUCE Michigolden Fancy Full Drawn CHUCK ROAST U. S. Graded Good or Choice GROUND BEEF Fresh Lean WHITING Dressed „ 49' Crisp Solid Iceberg » 19' POTATOES California Washed Whites. 10 - 590 iNO. '/j O||C can WV 95 TUNA FISH No Standard Grated FLOUR :,:;;• 1 Kroger BREAD Z I.;': 27 Twisted White COOKIES ,,, 27 Sunshine Hydro* Grape Juice Church's pt. 19c