The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1950 · Page 14
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PAGE fOUKTEEN Ham a Favorite For Spring Menu Good Cookt Find Combinations for UnuiiMf Flavors •tnoked h»m, » favorite ^ choice lor »pring meals, lends itself to unlimited combinations with fruit. Ttii« gives the homemaker an ex- otUent opportunity to Include fruit in her main dish. • Rfb* Stagfs, meat (xpert, points <Mt th»t when buying » ham slice. the homemaker may choose a center . cut slice from either side of the center (frequently an economical choice). A third type Is « fcutfcrfly dice. To prepare this attractive slice the meat dealer cub a thick slice Irorn the cushion •ide of ham. A second cut Is made almost but not completely through uid tht ilice opened out flat. Kor best results In Juciness and flavor any type ham slice for broiling should be -Ji of an inch thick. And while broiling here's one attractive .way to combine the meal with fruit— an apricot glaze. The ham is placed on the broiler rack sa that the top surface of a one- inch slice Is three Inches from the heat. This distance Insures a moderate cooking temperature. As » flavorful touch, the ham dice Is sprinkled with cloves, allspice and cinnamon, then cooked until browned—10 to 15 mlnules When browned-the'slice Is turnec and spices 'sprinkled on the olhe side. With the second side cooked •priced halves are arranged ove the ham, then slipped In the broil w jiwt long enough to heat t« slightly brown. The; him and pineapple ( flavo combination has long been recog ni«d. For serving these togethei one cup of ahredded pineapple I combined with >,4 cup of brow TCfar. After one side of the ham li broiled, the slice is turned & the pineapple mixture spread ove the top. The slice Is returned to th to finish broiling. Bl-YTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tests Indicate DJeo Nutrition •quo/ to Butter Margarine, though less costly y far than butter, has equal nu- itlonal value, tests conducted by ending physiologists and reported i the Journal of the American fedlcal Association have proved. The wholesome vegetbale oil ta- lespread when fortified, with Vita- ilu A, as all margarine is today, as the same food value as the lore expensive table-spread. The net was revealed by Dr. Anton J. Carlson, T>r. George Eiscnberg, who onducled the study at the Unl- ersity ' Two bserved of Illinois.' groups of children in were the experiment. One roup consisted of 160 children roin three to 16 years who were rphans or children of broken ionics. Tills group ale standard ilmmer 30 minutes. Soak raisins or currants in warm water. Bring to a K>H 3 quarts of water and add 2 .easpoons of suit and noodles. Cook until lender. Mix fruit with ho noodles and serve topped with men balls and gravy. Brands of margarine during a, two- rear i*rlod In vegetable*, . pastry, rlcd foods, and on bread. "-, , \ A. second group included 107 ihlldren of approximately the same ige in another Institution ten fniles iwny. These children ate .utler exclusively. ; Conclusions reached by the Investigation indicated that there Is 10 apparent nutritional difference when (he source of supplementary able fat li margarine rather than jutter. „ ' ' '• "The children in the margarine group experienced a high \degree )f good health during the study, and in comparing their health to that of the butter group it appears to have ncen nigner," the doctors said. "Many other variables also nyist be considered, however, in accounting for the superior health of the margarine group," they added. in content, margarine Is a pure, nourishing product made from choice American vegetable oils. Cottonseed oil is the chief Ingredient in the tablesprcad, ach year supplying more than four hundred million pounds [or the manufacture of margarine. New Fruit Whirls Transfer Spring To Dinner Table It's Urrie for "the. homcmnker to capture the brightness of spring on her dinner tftble. One \vpy to do It Is with biscuit whirls cleverly stuffed with spicy-sweet fruit, says Reba Stages, home economist. Strawberries or rhubarb or JKJF- hap.s a combination of these fruits Is ideal lor the gay biscuit rolls. Fresh peach slices sprinkled with cinnamon are also . appealing In biscuit dough made especially flaky and tender with lard. Cherries or crushed pineapple are two' other suitable choice. 1 ?. iinall amount of sugar Is added to Die flour mixture before cutting' In the lard. , The dough Is rolled or patted to The top surface is brushed with melted butter or margarine, then spread, Iwlh'ihe fruit mixture. To bake, the dough !s rolled as a The National Geographic Society snys nbmit 1,150,000 Indians lived in North America at the time of Columbus. .< OLD "Fwh-as-a-Daisy" Idea Spark* "Everyday" Men Happy springtime makes us Je Mk« doing something new and dll ferent. For the homemaker th uoualljr means a "Jresh-as-a-daisy" idea lac her everyday menus. Juicy pork balls on a bed of noodles ipecUed with raisins.or currants is a wonderful way to brighten meaLs. ,1toe> tbia ruclous combination with rtch tasting gravy. - r«rk B*1U on Fruited Noodl« 1 pound ground pork 1)1 cup «oft bread crumbi lj* «ua> minced onion ?•« . . - •ait. pepper, fat, flour Up toupoon nutmeg I ««pf bouillon or irator 1 taupoon onion «alt 1|4 cop dried raisins or currant T .'or • ounc* package noodles domUM pork, br«ad crumbs, •okjn, en, nutmeg, 1 tea-spoon salt •ni 1|4 teMpooa pepper. Shape Into •baH, firm balln, roll In flour and brown In J tablespoons melted fat. H«noT« balta from, skillet, add tablatpoori* flour and stir until well W«nd»d. BUr in bouillon or water and add onion, wit and > dash o! pepper. Oopk »tirriruj constantly for I mimitea. Add balls, cover and WITH MILLIONS THE NO. 1 COFFEE IN THE MIDDLE WEST THURSDAY, APRIL «, 1950 condition* underjTOund. work, these 1M mulei earn thtlr 1< oounds of oats dally plus all the nicer to work with than people, o;ie of the (ew co»l mines In the country where mules are used to Jelly roll, then cut Into Individual ' ' " then placed In a'hot oven (425 F.) and cooked for about IS minutes. Colorful thickened fruit sauce temptingly served over the flaky whirls. SLICED lACOi for Mules Are Good Miners MORLEY, Colo. W)—Morley mine has 134 on ils work JLst which eat heartily every day whether the mine , The fruit whirls arc made with a regular biscuit dough. However, CRISCO CHOICE MEATS PORK & BEANS GAY'S CITY SUPER MARKET * 109-111 West Main Phone 2668 T««Ur gr«d« "A" b«ef CHUCK ROAST Honey Dew, half or whole EASTER HAMS ,,,550 Pun fresh beef Fresh firm HAMBURGER i, 390 PURE LARD 4^,630 Fine Salt Meat Gold Band STREAK 0 LEAN 190 SLICED BACON n 370 Col.OLEO 5 Lbt. of SUGAR i Godchaux Pure White SOUTHERN DAISY FLOUR 25 £ 1.98 Liberty Cosh Grocery's ^ICIPEOFTHEWKK BacMtCom 4 Ji<« b K <m !,«•W.ui •«* 2 -A <«P- ™™ Y' "•!> f" M*. Tucn on oven; *et »c mo<icr*cclr hot (+00° F.).' Grca« well an S-ilt. «qu»r« pan. CooV bacon until cii»p. Dram of? fat; wve bo[li fat and bacon. Put com muffin mijt into bowl Add rest of ingredients all . «t ' once, «n<l 1 tfiblopoon bacun fat. Mil until imoolK. Fold in CItap twcon. Pour into gre«xe<i pan. Ba^e on oven shelf ilighlly above center, about, 25 min., or until golden brown. Gut m »quara. Serve hot, Makes 4 servings, ta> -ill ~~W: Pet MHk, Bacon, MufTm MixtMHl Ego. • I : . Fine evaporated milk PET MILK 3 cans Pure white t, CANE SUGAR 10 Hand-packed TOMATOES 1 «»* 23< School Day GREEN PEAS 2 Fresh Ho. 303 can, All delicious flavors JELLO 3 Pkgs 230 Standard Cut GREEN BEAMS 2 No. 2 Wriijley's Bollard's famous GUM 3 Pkg ,io0 BISCUITS 2 Picnic Hams lb.45< .• . ,. • : -,:V.- •: ;'-..•/' Country-sty U Pork Sausage 4ibs.$1.00 .*" Lean, meaty SPARE RIBS Brisket of Beef STEWMEAT All meat Krispy ' All popular brands CRACKERS ,260 CIGARETTES cfn. . 25l BOLOGNA '1.87 lb ' 39 < HUNT'S PEACHES "^ Fine Quality Package Coffee MAXWELL HOUSE Ib. 79 . Streak-o-Lean SALT MEAT Ib. 19c Fr«$h, nutritious CALF LIVER lb.79< Fresh Fish WHITING Ib. 13* SAUSAGE Frwh, crisp Rich sudsing washing powder CARROTS , ge ^ch 50 TREND 4^600 J«lcy California 16 o?.. can. Campbell's SINKIST LEMONS ,. 29C PORK & BEAMS 2 , 240 Criqi CmlifornU • - Our Mother's, all occasion LETTUCE nnnnead 100 COCOA Hi g Pound Ito , 290 FREE DELIVERY-PHONE 2668 PK1UF. OF ILLINOIS No. 7 cans . CORN 1>OG FOOI» IDEAL 3 f Gol< FRESH <=«""«,.. ^ RADISHES !•-. 5< BANANAS J, r°FTcnY E ?^ NEW WHITE vKAliUh JUIwt Nation's Taste 46 07.. can SIHll I IlObUt .. Fine, stifl toilet tissue .. 0 rolls i MIRACLE nHIP Salad Dressing ....... Pt. 330 VVvA vULA .... The Pause Thai Refreshes ...'. C«se WQ ICEBERG LETTUCE GRAPEFRUIT CAULIFLOWER FRESH TOMATOES POTATOES £25* Fresh, firm heads Ea. Florida'Seedless .... Large snow while heads .... «a. .. Red ripe for slicing .. Ib. ctn. 190 230

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