The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1950 · Page 15
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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN Sauces for Meat Alter Leftovers Food Styling Role, Of Smart Housewife Says Economist Food styllngl That's one role of the home maker. In her creative field she has the facilities of Innumerable sauces to turn leftover Into attractive servings, says economist Rtba Staggs. , example, leftover beef becomes «11 the more special served H'lth a tangy horseradish sauce The sauce Is. simply made by adding 4 to B tablespoons of horseradish .(depending,upon-the family's taste} to a medium cream'sauce. Canned mushrooms may be added to crenrn, snuce as another choice for beef or veal. Perhaps some may prefer thin slices of cooked veal o chunky cubes of cooked beef In a zestful ^paprika sauce made by sea soiling cream sauce with 2 table spoons paprika. All the more reason for plan nlng leftovers Is the-famous barbe cue sauce . which has , long had special position wllli pork. For th perfect mingling of flavors a hint of Worcestershire and tobasco sauce should be listed In the Ingredients. Leg ol lamb or rolled lamb shoulder leftovers may be colorfully served with a plmiento olive sauce. Many a sauce connoisseur agrees that a Creole combination ranks high whether it be served wlth'cook- ed bepf, veal, pork or lamb. For perfection in a Creole sauce .grated onion, melted garlic, chopped parsley, thinly sliced mushrooms and minced green pepper are heated In meat drippings until-just slightly browned. A small amount of flour 1s added to thicken. Tomato juice is poured over the mixture, then seasoned with sugar, salt,' cloves and. a bit of chill powder. ,. •/am for Easter Is Traditional Symbolizes Spring in Menu AN EASTER DINNER TRADITION J« tuBy-tookcd, re*4j-t»-e*» hum, with lilies of raw while turnip and enrol*. £ By Gay nor Maddor 1 through and serve. tiie distinctive yet mild flavo of this type of ham goes perfectly NEA Staff Writer Easter Is the feast of hope. that symbolize i spring ' and rebirth belong in the gala menu, Make your table beautiful with gleaming crystal and silver, your most delicate cloth, most elegant china and. of course, spring's loveliest flowers. To cut drudgery to a minimum and at the same time carry, oa the tradition of ham for Easter, select a 1 fully cooked ready-lo-eat ham. This type requires no further cooking and can be served cold. If you want it to gleam, simply score It, give It a sugar glaze, and bake only 15 minutes in a hot oven. If you insist on serving It hot, heat Heart Artery Is Transplanted from Body of Dead Man DETROIT. April G. (A")—A dramatic operation In which a six-inch segment of a dead person's main heart artery (Aorta) was transplanted to save the life of a 57- year-old man was reported today by Henry Ford Hospital. The hospital called the delicate operation a success. Authorities would not say whether the surgery was 7,'lthout precedent. The name of the patient was withheld. The transplanted artery was taken from a deceased person and pre r lerved for'five days before' It'Siras used to replace a diseased strip of /•the. living patient's aorta. Doctors •aid the patient's diseased artery was greatly distended and threatening to burst, which likely would have caused his death. with spring vegetables and fruits. Garnish with crisp and colorful and very edible flowers made o thin slices of raw .white turnip with slivers ot carrot for the sUi men. Garnish also with tufts o vivid green watercress. For a dessert wonderful enoug> for Easter, try these new lacy Httl ice cream cups, tilled with vanill Ice cream and dotted with crushe fresh (or quick frozen) etrawber rles. - ....•• lacy Icf'Cream Shells (16 to 18 Ice cream iheUs) ' One cup sifted cake flour, 1 tea fxpert Clean Quest ion On How to Soft Moots When Is t roast ultedT This Is * frequent question of ew, as well as experienced home- mkers, says R«ba Staggs, well known meat cookery expert. A beeit, veal, pork or Umb roast may be salted before, during or af- er cooking, points out Mix Staggs. "he time does not make any dlf- erence, as the salt will not pene rate to a depth of more than nch. However, when It comes to seasoning a broiled beef steak or lamb chops there la a definite time tor altlng. Broiled steak?' and chops are first browned on one side, then seasoned. The meat Is turned and he second side browned, then seasoned and the meat Is ready for serving. ' The reason for thl> Is that steaks and chops for broiling have a comparatively large cut surface and salt tends to draw out the meat ulces, thus retarding browning. For the same reason this procedure Is ilso followed when pa nbr oiling ;hlnner cut steaks and chops. STORE ANAGER5 spoon ginger, 2 teaspoons cinnamon, 2;3 cup sugar, 1|2 cup unsul- phured molasses, 1|2 cup butter or fortified margarine. Heat oven to 300 degrees P. (moderately slow)." Sift together first four Ingredients. Heat molasses just to boiling point in saucepan large enough for mixing dough. Add butter or margarine; stir until melted. Grda\iaHy add sifted dry ingredients. Drop by tablespoontuls onto greased cookie sheets, 2 inches apart. Bake 20 minutes. Cool 2 minutes. Carefully slip spatula underneath wBfei's to remove from pan. Quickly shape over inverted custard cups. Cool., jdst before serving, fill with ^ vanilla ice cream. If wafers become orittle before they are removed from pan or shaped, place in oven a minute to reheat. l '' - Ptrj&icist Builds Advertiser Killer : For Radio 'Plugs' PrTILADELPHIA. April 6. <AP>— Tired of listening to radio' commercials? A University of Pennsylvania physicist has an answer for you. Dr. I. Clyde Cornog disclosed today that he has developed what he calls an "advertiser killer." It.li described in .the American Journal of Physics. j With Dr. Oomog's electronic • circuit gadget Installed, you sit In your armchair, a switch by , your hand. When you wish, you press a button and off goes the ladlo for .» certain, predetermined, period of time, say a minute. The physicist said he created the gadget—.which anyone with scientific know-how can make $20, he said—rbecmise of radio comerclais. said he: "One Just gels tired of them." - : • TfiVSlT ILtttiN v'»iS „-,*--," - " '' \ . ' J " 1 ihrVrvinhrrYYYVxvTHnH-^, for an economical Easter dinner HENS Fully Dressed Home-Killed ib.33 C LEAN PORK CHOPS Lean Meaty .' . . BACON SQUARES , b 150 PORK NECK BONES lb 130 Good lean Tasty & healthful, loo SALTMEAT ft 150 PORK LIVER . n, 230 •SURE TASTES WONDERFUL! For Delivery Service Coll Dole's sliced U. S. No. 1 Red Washed PINEAPPLE ?an 2 260 POTATOES 10 ^ 390 I'ride of Illinois From the Country CORN Cream Sty,. ^ 100 FRESH EGGS Do, 320 Fine White t. J 2 oz. bottle, Bud's BUSH'S HOMINY .^; 70 WAFFLE SYRUP 90 SVe how our patented fermenting method remotes—n*ru rally— tbe h*rsb, bitter substances (>resent in *ll beer dunnx fermeni** tio«. Try Gries«d:eck Bros. Beer, today— You'll agree, it's Nat- Smoother I HO SU6AI 1MB! Here's a Good Way to Fix That Swift Premium Easter BAKED HAM Wrap » tender ranked Jam In wrapping paper, place fat ride up on rack In nncoYtred natt- er. Add no water. Bake ham hi moderate oren (323 4e*r«-i F.), al- nwlnj 3)4 to I h«m for 1«- to 12- lb. dam. . After bakhif ham, remove the paper and akin. Seore fat a«rface )• •qaam. S]ire>4 with I tablexpo«B« prepared mustard. Corer. the nr- foce with 1 cup brown near nrxed with 2 tablespoons flmr. StBd mo»m with whole cloves. Bake hf a moderately hot oven of 499 dkgte<a F. 1& minutes or until ham la yMflxu brown. Serre with pineapple sHees browned In ham liquor. Nabers' Gro. & Mkt. MELVIN HAL SELL, Owner Main & Division FKM D«lrr«ry ROLLS 15c No. 2'/ 2 Cans Dor. Plain KROGER EGGS U.S. Gov't. grade "A" Large. PEACHES 5 Avondale Sliced or Halves. LIMA BEANS 2 % Winter Garden fresh frozen Baby Green. WHITE CORN 6 N c. 3 ; Cream Style. DERBY TAMALES 2' 3 £r33tf PRESERVES Kroger Pure Plum. 6 N -T' 49* APPLE SAUCE We Bake 'Em— You Brown 'em COFFEE Kroger Hot-Dated SPOTLIGHT Bog 67$ 3 Lb. Bag Cans PfioiM 501 Heat and Serve. HOMINY Country Club light, fluffy. AVONDALE BEETS 5 N ° 2 Cut. CORN MEAL Cream Style White. , Florida Gold Fresh Frozen. AVONDALE FLOUR >4 1.59 NEWLY WEDS Plain or Self-Rising. Toft Moody. EASTER CANDY >, 29< Duck Eggs, Choc. Cream Eggs, or Choc. Rabbits , Kroger. . 49l ORANGE JUICE Honor Brand fresh frozen. £ 990 BLENDED JUICE 4 No. 2 Cans 2 6-or. Cons 2 6-oz. Cans a*. CHOCOLATE EGGS *, .19* Marshmailow Centers. ORANGES Florida Sweet Juicy APPLES Giant Size . Dflzeri 49* CRABMEAT Geisha. TOMATO CATSUP Standard. PEARS H °"" Standard. PEACHES Sliced Freestone. PICKLES Mary Lou Giant Dill. APPLE JELLY Her! JJ j . . . "Winesaps . ,.... Ea. Y,y Wash. State extra fancy can 0 Giant. .,» Heads LETTUCE Top Quality Iceberg *" ; ••"'.; CABBAGE 50 ft 250 New fresh Green No. 2</ 2 can Mott's Pure 705-oz. Jar lO-oi. Glass POTATOES 50^1.59 Wash Selected Reds CAULIFLOWER £, 250 Sno-Whit« Compact Hearts CELERY Top Quality California Pascal stalks 290 EASTER CAKE Kroger Golden Sno Ea. Tender Smoked, 10 to 16 lb. avg. Half or Whole HAMS.---ib.52c NEW SOFT BREAD Half or Whole AHMOUR STAR ....... Lb. 690 Half or Whole SWIFT |J7x PREMIUM ... IA. w I V Young Toms .... 16 to 20 !h. avg Lb. Hens — 12 Ibs. and less — lb. 59c DUCKLINGS Michigoiden Full Drawn with f»«v-i»ff <r »t PORK ROAST ^ 490 Boston Bait 2 ?*" 97c LAMB.. Lb 690 OYSTERS H750 iMfM ^ | W Genuine Spring LEG O' Select *«5*7c.,2Ur« WHITING Lb 150 STEAKS, i b 590 F<Nin4 Loaf; 2 for 23c Fresh Salmon

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