The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1959 · Page 10
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April 23, 1959

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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FACE TEN CHICKEN, rict and fruit are the Ingredients for a casual re- l»xed buffet patty, served in the hospitable Hawaiian manner. Hawaiian Chicken Is Relaxed Fare By GAYNOR MADDOX NE AFood and Markets Editor Hawaiians are hospitable. We learned that in the Islands am again recently at a New York penthouse luau (feast) given bj a handsome jjoung Hawaiian ten or, Charles K. L. Davis. The "K" stands for Keonaonalaulani, Hawaiian for "fragrant leaves from heaven." His mother was Hawaiian, his father an English doctor on a sugar plantation in Oahu. On his high terrace overlooking the East River, he grilled cubes of steak that had been marinated In soy sauce, grated ginger root and crushed garlic. There were tall frosty glasses of Mai Tai, the newest popular cocktail hour beverage in Honolulu. Also, steamed rice, and many snacks such as octopus in coconut milk, water chestnuts, and preserved kum- quafs. Keonaonalaulani L. Davis was educated at the University of Hawaii and the Juilliard School of Music. He won a "Metropolitan Auditions of the Air for 1938" and is a student of Hawaiian music as well as of French and Italian opera. Our talented young host from our newest state delighted his luau guests with an aria from La Boheme. Later he said that when he entertains only a few close friends, he serves a simplified version of chicken Hawaiian, using coated paper plates with tropical design. "Informal and relaxed," he explained, "the way parties in the Islands always are." Mai Tai, should anyone ask you, is a mixture of orange cura- coa, orgeat, fresh lime juice, and Jamaica rum served in glasses with lots of crushed ice. Chicken Hawaiian (Yield—J sen-ings) One broiler-fryer chicken, cut in serving pieces; 1 teaspoon mono- Now Open! Root Beer Stand West Main Street • 1WTT VfJCIl B&K Attention Students Von may Join the National Guard and earn ejtra money while rnlfllllng your military o b- lisatiOD upon graduation "from Hijb School, you will be rcqulr- .1'° i lkl! on '- T 6 m< "»hs or active duty, then you can go nshe on Into college. .,J e '. e v anS ' rou d<> not h "« «o take the 6 months active duty to National Guard Armory 200 So. 2nd Ph. 3-678S sodium glutamatc, 2 tablespoon pineapple chunks, 2 tablespoon, soy sauce, i/j cup water, 2 table spoons cornslarch, 1 cup diagonal ly sliced celery, 2 medium tonia toes, cut in 16 wedges; 1 green pepper, cut in strips. Wash and dry chicken. SprinkK with monosodiuni glutamate; ie stand 15 minutes. Brown quick]) in hot oi! in skillet. Drain pineapple; add syrup and soy sauce to chicken. Cover and simmer 2C minutes. Combine water and corn starch; add to chicken, stirring constant!)', until thickened. A d c celery, tomatoes, green peppci and drained pineapple. Cover am simmer 10 minutes longer. Servi with-hot cooked rice. Honey-Orange Sweet Potatoes Candied sweet potatoes not quite so sweet as the usual variety. Ingredients: 6 medium - sized boiled or baked sweet potatoes, tablespoons butter or marga- "ine, V, cup honey, 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, ?4 cup orange juice, }4 teaspoon salt. Method: Remove skins from sweet potatoes; cut in-half length- vise. In a 10-inch skillet mix ogether the butter, honey, orange ind, orange juice and salt; heat. Add sweet potatoes; simmer, lasting often and turning once or wice, until syrup is reduced and hickened - about 10 minutes. ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember us for prescriptions NAYACO twnmgs SMITH AWNING CO. So. Hiway 61 -^Bljth Phone 3-4293 We Buy Clean, Late Model USED CARS Phillips Motor Co. 300 Broadway po j-j« Need Floor Work Done? See JACK LONG Floor Contractor 300 Scott—i>h. 3-S03I After 5 PROFESSIONAL RUG CLEANING Norbert Blankcnship furniture -pf. SJ, moth-proofed and repaired. Nohcrl Blankenshlp operator and manascr SI f u j ) ! ri 1 r Rus , Cl «nins Co com- PUJed training In a Memphis school and has secured the most modern equipment to perform four clean- ins Job In your home All work u. guaranteed. Superior Rug Cleaning Co. 535 N. Highway 61 Phone PO 2-2350 or 3-7337 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Young Duckling Is Special When Baked in Orange Juice By GAYNOK MADDOX NBA Food and Market* Editor A young duckling cooked in fresh orange juice makes a surprise Sunday (real. This recipe is very easy to prepare and guaranteed to delight the family. Baked Duckling In Orange Juice < Vletd: « strrfngB) Cut a 4ii-ponnd ready-to-cook and skinned duckling inlo serving size pieces and dredge in 14 cup flour. Brown on all sides in 3 tablespoons hot shortening. Place in a casserole. Add 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion, Iti teaspoons salt, 1V< cups freshly squeezed orange juice, and 1 teaspoon grated orange rind. Cover and bake 1% hours or until tender in a preheated moderate oven (350 degrees F.). Remove duck to serving dish and keep in a warm place. Blend 1 tablespoon corn- ;tarch with 1 tablespoon water and combine with the liquid left 'n the casserole. Cook until thickened. Pour over cooked duck. Sarnish with fresh orange slices Tomato Bouillon With Spices A first course low in calories! Ingredients: 1% cup tomato luice, 1 can (1014 ounces) bouillon Ibeef broth), Itt teaspoons sugar, ! whole cloves, 2 whole allspice, : bay leaf, 2 celery tops, Vi tea- ;poon curry powder, Vt teaspoon alt, freshground pepper. Method: Turn tomato juice, un diluted bouillon, 1 teaspoon of th sugar, whole cloves, allspice, baj eaf, celery tops and curry pow der into a 1-quart saucepan; sim mer 20 minutes; strain. •. Add remaining \4 teaspoon sug ir, salt and pepper to taste; re- leat if necessary. Serve in bouil on cups. Makes 4 small servings Taylor Bros. Gravel Co. 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This recipe for veal paprika with chicken stock and sour cream is another delightfu change for Sunday, Veal Paprika (Yield: 4 sery!»gs) Cut I'/i pounds veal steak into serving size pieces and dredge in 'A cup flour combined ; with teaspoons salt, Vi teaspoon ground black pepper and I tablespoon paprika. Reserve 114 tablespoons of mixture for later use. Heat Vi cup shortening in a heavy skillet. Add veal and brown well on both sides. Add 1 cup hot chicken or beef stock or bouillon. Cover and simmer 20 minutes or until tender. Remove veal. Mix the reserved l>/4 tablespoons flour mix- lure with 'A cup cold water and stir into the pan drippings. Cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Blend in Vi cup sour cream and Vi teaspoon salt. Add meat and heat but do not boil. Keep your meat and poultry skewers together in a small box or a plastic bag so they're kitchen-handy. Pork Neopolitan > l-W ounce package spaghetti sauce mix 2 1-pound cans Krey Brown Gravy with Sliced Pork 1 4-% ounce package pre-cooked doe Empty spaghetti sauce mix into 1-!* quart saucepan. Add gravy and pork; mk well. Bring mixture to boH. Reduca heat and simmer 2O minutes. Prepare rice according to package directions. Serve pork and gravy over rice. Makes 4 servings. TIRES Save Money! Guaranteed Work One-Day Service |j Factory-Trained Men Visit our Modern Shop Today! Burnett's Royal Tire Service "Blytherille's Only Complete Tire Center" Hwy. 61 So. Ph. 3-S662 TELEPHONE FOR ALL YOU K MEDICAL NEEDS W» 4ttit*r free of cfwtt Woods Drug Store Phone 1-4507 Spring Vegetables Liven Menus THURSDAY, APRIL. CT, 19159 COME SPRINGTIME, to market we go to gather in brights and beguiling fresh vegetables. Asparagus, young carrots, green peas; snowy beads , of cauliflower; at this time of year, the connoisseur of fine flavor never resists these. Do right by these garden foods when you prepare them and your table will benefit: Asparagus, first off. Here we preach our yearly piece: don't go to the trouble of standing the stalks in a double-boiler or percolator to cook them. Just, break off tough ends; use a swivel- blade vegetable parer to remove the fibrous outer covering up to the buds, cook in a deep skillet with a dome-type cover in.a small amount of boiling water a minimum of time — only until tender- crisp. Watch like a hawk! Drain and serve with nut-brown butter and savor one of the simplest epicurean dishes. When carrots are given a partner they become interesting. Cook diced celery with diced carrots for flavor contrast. Or cut car- milki 1 teaspoon salt, 14 'teaspoon snap beans; cook the two together, .drain, douse with butter and freshly-grated pepper.-' Add an orange sauce r- to cooked carrot rounds — this probably is the most popular partner of all. Ingredients: l large head cauliflower, 3' tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 tablespoon chopped onion, 2 tablespoons flour, VVt cups rotts matchstick size and julienne spoon Worcestershire sauce, V& cups diced celery (cooked), IVt tablespoons minced parsley, tablespoon diced pimjento. Method: Wash cauliflower well remove green stalks. Leave heac whole and coolc, covered in 1-inch oi boiling salted water—20 to S minutes. Cook onion lightly in bu c . ter; blend in-flour. Stir in milk Cook and stir constantly over rmx erately low heat until boiling and thickened. Season with salt, yap rika, pepper, and Worcestershir sauce. Add celery, parsley am pimiento. Serve hot with cauliflon er, adding asparagus, carrots an green peas to the platter. Gucuiuileedi ^Good Housekee £.*»,, The Change fe^fo- ^ CLABBER GIRL BECAUSE... Ounce far BAIflKIJ* ounce, Clabber G«i costs DMM If H less than other leading braxM , BECAUSE ... 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