The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1950 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 13, 1950
Page 16
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FAG* SIXTEEN; THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1950 Dressings Aid Spring Salads Recipes Suggested For Walnut French For Mixed Greens for that large bowl of mixed •pring greens make Ibis special Mind dressing. It contains one-half tetspoon of pure mdnosodium Blut- amate which accents flavors miraculously. - Walnut French Dressing • (Make* *ne cap dressinr.) In a screw-top Jar place ->J cup ulad oil, 1 A cup vinegar or lemon juice, H teaspoon .Worcestershire xauce, 1 teaspoon salt, '.-i teaspoon pure jnonosodium . glutflmate, ',£ teaspoon, dry mustard, M teaspoon coarsely ground black pcpiicr, M teaspoon paprika, and y cup (round or very finely chopped walnuts. Shake vigorously to blend In- iredients. Excellent with mlaid green or vegetable salads: These two recipes go well with ul«d. i Bacon Muffins ! "•'-) (Makw n two-Inch mu(fins) Sift together • into large mixing bowl 2 cups sifted flour, teaspoon soda, H teaspoon salt and 2 tablespoons sugar. Add 5 slices crisp cooked bacon cut into small pieces. Beat together 1 egg, V, cup vinegar, %'< cup milk and Yt cup melted shortening. Add to flour mixture. Mix only until flour is dampened Po'ur into greased muffin tins. Bake at 42S degress F. (hot oven) about 20 • minutes. ^ • - •f Nnlly Corn Slickn Sift together Into large mixing bowl 1 cup sifted flour, -1 cup yellow cornmeal, ?i teaspoon baking Eggs and Pork On Plenty List For This Month ggs and pork in quantity are liearied for Spring tables, judging by (he U. S. Department of Agriculture's list of plentiful foods for April. Onions, a newcomer (o the list, are recommended to consumers as a special feature. Nourishing dry beans, in excellent supplies of beets, cabbage, carrots, and potatoes. Last year's large packs of canned corn and canned lima beans assure plenty for the grocery shelf during April. uk'and pork products will share main-dish honors next month with poultry an dfish. Broilers, fryers, and hens are all plentiful. Both fresh and frozen fish will probably reach April markets In quantity. Manufactured dairy products continue on the list of plentiful^. So do eggs. On the fruit side, look for lots of apples next month, ^as well as canned peaches, dried prunes and raisins. The plentifuls list serves as guide to food selections by the public. The foods included are all in common use and generally available. Further, since they are plentiful, they frequently rank with soda, '/-j tcapsoon salt and 2 tablespoons sugar. Add % cfip broken nut meats. Mix together 2 tablespoons lemon juice and enough sweet milk to make 1 ctip. Beat in l egg and 4 tablespoons melted butter. Stir into flour mixture and mix until smooth. Fill corn-stick pan 2]3 full If iron pans are used, preheat before filling. Bake in a hot oven (400 degress P.I 20 to 25 minutes. Broiled, Roasted Delaware Chicken Has Sure Appeal The sl«l« of Delaware*!* proud of its 3- slid 3!4-pound chickens ami Die way her housewives cook [hem. With chicken on the plentiful list now and always welcome, let's examine some prlM-wlnnlng recipes. Drlmarialous Broiled Chicken (From Mrs. A. I.. Karllck) One chicken weighing not over 2 ',4 pounds dressed, 2 teaspoons salt, Vt tenspoon black pepper, (4 teaspoon paprika, melted butter or margarine, granulated sugar, 1 lemon. Hub entire surface well with cut lemon, sprinkle with a mixture of the salt, pepper and paprika. Coat well with melted butter and sprin kle lightly, but completely, with granulated sugar. Lay chicken on broiler pan (not rack); skin side down, as Ear from heat as possible, Cook 10 minutes. Raise to within 4 nches of heat. Broil slowly about, 5 minutes, turning a" 1 ' basting-oc-: aslonally to insure even browning. Delmuraloul Pot-Koasfcd Chicken (From Mrs. L. O. Vincent) One chicken weighing about 3 loimcls, 5 slices stale white bread, small green apple, sliced or diced. 2 small onions, minced, 'A cup horUMilng. 1 teaspoon summer savory, \'t teaspoon salt, >,1 teaspoon roultry seasoning, 2 tablespoons hot valer. 4 tablespoons butter or mar- im-lnc, 1 clove garlic. gether and wings close to body. Heat shortening In Dutch oven or heavy pot that has tight-Titling cover. Brown chicken on all sides. Md garlle and summer savory. >ver and cook slowly for 1 ',$ hours. "Best Buys." Salmon Baked In Soar Crean (Serves 4 to 6) Four salmon steaks or 2 Ibs. * mon chunks, salt and pepper. 1 cup sour cream. (Makes 6 to 8 serving!) dish. Season with srilt and pepper. Pour sour cream over fish. Bake in moderate oven (350 degress P.) about 30 minutes, or until fUh flakes easily when tested with fork. "Soy It With Flowers" Blytheville FLOWER MART Memphis Hlw.T Phone MtZ O Add Co n \roqer v ) ITS ANOTHER TIDE MIRACLE.' ITS HARD TO BELIEVE- Birr TRUE/ IT CUTS WASHDAY WORK IN WALF / WITHOUT RINSING A MEW TIDE MIRACLE! TK THROUCM WITH RINSING-TKANKS TO TIDE!" SAYS X«S. SLOBI*. GUT, DtTHOIT, MtCH. "The grandest tiling that ever happened to washday is Tide—without rinsing! The time it saves! Best of all—washes come out clean and daraluig wliitc!" Just wash-wring out-hang up! WOMEN EVERYWHERE say it's the best washday news ever! They love the time and trouble and water they save by skipping the rinsing! But most of all they love the way their clothes come dazzling clean. You already know how clean Tide gets clothes with rinsing—cleaner than any other wash- Ing product known. Now try the same wonderful Tide without .rinsing, and compare the results. You'll be amazed to see how bright and clean your wash comes right from the wringer. Get Procter & Gamble's Tide today. Every package of Tide on your dealer's shelf right now will give you a dazzling clean wash without rinsing! HERE ARE THE FACTS ABOUT WASHING WITHOUT RINSING 1. K«w can TM> rrt d*ttm don wtthMrt rimJnf 7 Tkta ttfrr* tht dirt ntspended in Iht tudsy water. Whtn yo« wring out the clothe*, tht dirt run* out with the washwatrr —clothed ctmie from the wringer CLEAN, and dry ai boc- teria-jrt* of ringed clothes. 2. WW ctattws CMM wtl*t»7 Y«, rlochn come dazzling white IJuit »ee If you can possibly tell tht difference between • rinsed, »nd >n unrlnned Tide-wuhed shirt! 3. H«w«koot Iranins unrfnMd ctothn? When you us without rinsing, clothe* dry toft and fluffy . . . Iron 4. K tMt mrtfc.d »fc tar MrksT Ye., It /* M fe ... s the rinatnft and eilra wringing* actually MTt< wear and tear on clothe*. LIVE BETTER FOR LESS- WITH KROGER'S EVERYDAY LOW PRICES JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT «98c New! Water-repeiltnt . . . damp mopping won't wash the shlnt aw»y. You get W more. BLEACH ^°'29? MOPS •'» 57? Clorox or Purex. Floor Queen. SOAP POWDER^ SCOTTISSUE.'11.00 Rinjo, Dux or Tide 2 Lge. Pkgs. Soft as Old Linen. TREET Ready to ,edt. _-SPAGHETTI Franco-American. TAMALES DERBY. PICKLES I2-oz. . con ' Dill. KROGER EGGS G ^« U.S. graded good or choice. 2 '^' 25t COFFEE .- Kroger Hot Dated Spotlight. 2 "%' 33MLOUR ^ 1.59 Avondale Plain or Self-Rising. 105 °M9< SNOWDRIFT It's Emulsorized. FRYERS 'b 59' 1950 Farm fresh dressed and drawn. Remember you can buy the pieces you like at Kroger. BEEF Brisket 11,29' U. S. graded good or choice PORK ROAST Ih 450 Practically ISonelcss—Boston Bull SALT MEAT Ib 190 Streak O' Lean .',--. CHITTERLINGS ^350 Fresh OCEAN PERCH »> 390 PEACHES Sliced or Halves Fillets DEL MONTE |j 2 N °- 2>/i 45 6 --,... Cans Twy FRUIT COCKTAIL N c^290 Ready to use—Not a hit of waste FAPPLE JUICE 3^1.001 A sip o' sun for everyone SPICED P E ACHES 3 1.00 ! Whole—Del Monte Brand ORANGE JUICE Honor Brand fresh frozen GTRU1T JUICE Florida Gold fresh frozen BABYLIMAS Winter Garden fresh frozen Cans' A 6-oz. Cans' 0 12-oz. CCXJ £ Pkgs. 33V Florida's finest GOLD MEDAL 25 " C C'2.33 WHEATIES _. Plain or Self-Rising Flour CHEERIOS 10! £23*'"Is GOLD MEDAL 10 VI.04 Plain or Self-Rising Flour CIGARETTES All popular brands. HI HO CRACKERS Pkg. Sunshine. GREEN CORN Fresh tender sweet. SPINACH Fresh new spring crop. POTATOES U.S. No. 1 Washed Reds. Kraft Bag MCIT A iFTTTt imor WITH ItKOSf* ItfAl NEW SUPER-SOFT LOAF *f r 2 wrm mf -KNOCK-SOFT CKUST ONE POUND LOAF 2 for 23c

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