The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1948 BL! I'HBVILI;B 'ARK.? OOU&IEK WfWt founger Foods iome to Dinner Beef Stew Suits Mustard Dumplings As Special Treat Beef Slew takes on a younger look when fat little mustard dump- liMts come to dinner. O Rret Stew Wllli Mustard Dumplings (Serves 3-4) Two tnljlc.sixjons lat, 1 pound round steak cut In 1-inch cubes. flour, 1 medium onion, sliced; 3 medium carrots, sljced; 1 (8-ouncel can tomato sauce. 2 teaspoon salt. to 'i teaspoon garlic salt, water to cover. Melt fat in large frying pan. Flour meat lightly and brown In 1 frying pan. Arrange onions and • carrots on top of meat. Add remain- ling ingredients, cover and simmer I slowly about 2 liours or until meat lis tender. Add more wnter tf gravy • cooks down too much. Drop duinp- I lings by spoonful on top of boiling Isteu 1 . cover and simmer 12 to 15 I minutes. Mustard DumVlii'S* {Makes fi lo 7 duntiillniis) One cup sifted Hour. _' teaspoons Ihnking powder, >'- teaspoon salt. I 2 teaspoons shortening. 1; ^ cup milk. teaspoon dry mustard, 1 tca- Ispoori minced parsley fdry or fresh). teas|K>on onion .salt, \\ teaspoon I celery salt. Mix and sift dry ingredients. Cut I in shortening. Add milk and parsley land stir quickly to make soft douRh. I Proceed as above. Like special beets? The you'll | certainly welcome this recipe: Spired Reels (Serves > to 5) Three cups diced cooked beets, ^xblespooris butter, 2 tablespoons ftcgar, VG teaspoon salt, '; teaspoon paprika, 'i teas()oon mustard, 1 tablespoon sugar, 3 ,i tea- I spoon Worcestershire sauce. Melt butter. Mix remaining in- Garden Peas Are Popular For Freezing One of the mast popular vegetables North Mississippi County gardener.s grow for canning and freezing Is green peas. Home Demonstration Agent Gertrude B. Holl- Broiled Chicken Always a Treat; Also Nutritious Like broiled chicken? With lots of butter on It? Remember that a broiler should weigh no more than 2*2 pounds and be [ton) 8 to 12 wtcka old. H your broiler weighs about 2. pounds dressed, you need .only, about 35 to 43 minutes cook- rnan reminds. ho me makers that ing .lime, according to the Bureau peas should go straight from (he garden to the freezer or the jar for the host preserved product. Reason for this is that sugar begins to turn to starch soon after peas are gathered, causing theirf to lose their delicate flavor. For best flavor she advises selecting peas with a bright green color and with a velvet touch. A yellowish cast on the pod means old peas, and in flat, dark green pods pea.s are immature. 1 Whether pea.s are to be cooked or preserved, they should be washed before t'ley are .shelled. It takes about '1 pounds of pens in the pod to make one pint shelled, according to Mrs. Holiman. To freeze pea? .scald them in boiling water or steam. Cool them quickly, then drain and pack. Peas properly prepared, packaged, and frozen .will hold their bright greer color. i Canned pea.s require very little prccookfng. To can. cover them will boiling water. When they come to a good boil they are ready to pack Park the jars to within one inch ol the top mid cover with boiling water. Process in a steam pressure canncr at 10 pounds pressure, both pints and quarts, for 40 minutes. th« ttbU ja*t. fterv* broiled chicken hot off the grid, with tht pan dripping*'or melt«l (at poured over It, And dresa the bird up .Tout points or a sprig of green may be used a* garnish. Perhaps you're looking for something special to go with a dish of nicely browned chicken. Serve cranberry sauce or relish In novel fashion in special little cups made ol bread slices, toasted in muffin tins. Birds and reptiles derive from th same stock and fossil birds show many similarities to reptiles that d not appear In modern birds. Read Courier News Want Ads. grcdi&nts except beets to smoot paste and add to butter. Add beets Heat slowly for about 5 minute stirring gently several times. f Human Nutrition and Home Ec- Here are further tips from he bureau: Before cooking the chicken, wipe as dry as possible. Then coat with malted fat and sprinkle with salt und pepper. There are wo schools of Lhonght on the mater of sprinkling with flour. Koine ook.s like to flour lightly, but prefer o use only fat, with salt and pep- >er to season. Always start cooking lie chicken viUh the skin sirte away the heat. Remember to keep he heat very moderate and to ave the meat several inches from he flanie or heating element. Turn he cliif'koii scvcr.il I'nies sis it n'owns, and basic frequently with Kin drippings or with other melted 'tit. Sortie cooks may find it more convenient to set the chicken party done in the broiler and to finish t in a moderate oven (300 to 350 degrees F.t Or start it in a moderate oven and finish it under the broiler. 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