The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 16, 1949
Page 13
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THURSDAY, -TUNE 16, 1943 BLYTHEVTLLfc (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN founder Added [o Summer Menu Recipe Given for Almond Sauce; Good Fish Accompaniment Flounder is swimming into sum- ner menus. It's abundant, econom- il and delightful eating. _«e Hounder family includes lot of flne fish folk, namely, gra.\ pie, lemon sole, yellov.'' tails and paus. Ask them in to dinner. Ev ryoue will have a &oad time. Nov; here's a cie luxe dinner part Ipecial. It's wonderful and come (from The Art of Fish Cookery, b dilo Miloradovich, a genius at sue: |hings: Flounder Baked With Almond Svuice (Serves G) Two pounds,flounder fillet.s, 1 01: |on, sliced, salt, 6 whole peppct orns. 1 bay leaf, 1-8 teaspoo Wipe flounder fillets with dan fclotli. Arrange layer in grouse Baking pan of one sliced onion, b< leaf, thyme and peppercorns. Pla fillets over this layer of aeasoi salt tightly to'taste. Set aaid Almond'-Sauce One-half cuu toasted alrnoii k'hoppcd, 2 tablespoons olive oil, pnion, minced, 2 tablespoons minced parsley, 1 bouillon cube, 2 table•spoons boiling water, 1 tablespoon JJemon juice. Pour olive oil into saucepan |placetl over low itamc; add al-' nonds, oiUons and parsley; blend ••ell, Dissolve bouillon cul>e in 2 [tablespoons boiling water: add to almond mixture; simmer gently 5 minutes over low flame, gradually Iblend iu lemon juice, stirring con- ptantly; when smooth, remove auce from flame. mr almond sauce over fillets Vrmigcd in baking dish; bake fish •in prehenlcd.' moderate oven (350 Idegrees F.) 30 minutes. Serve pip- ling hot • 011 preheated individual [plates. Variation: Use any lean-meatcd, •sweet-flavored fish fillet.s, such as • hake, pike, or pollock. Baking •time approximately 30 to 40 miti- lutes. potlight on East Indian Curry CURRIED LAMB OR CHICKEN— Served with rice and cranberry chulney make* a erind hot-weather meal, will* onions. iCarn/vo/ Man Believed \Kilted Turns Up Alive JOPLIN, Mo., June 15—?!—C.W • Franklin, 57, carnival employe, I very much alive and feeling fit— lalthotigti he . had been identtfie Bv (iiiynur Maddox 'SKA' St:iPT Writer "Salt of the Orient," of curry, was the feature of the recent American Spice Trade Association annual luncheon in New York. Given for loud writers, it stressed the significance of curries In both cold and h(ji, weather, and a low-cost chutney to go with it, which substitutes the available American cranberry for the more customary Indian mango. Curry powder, the basis of the aucc, is a blend of numerous nat- ral spices, whose synthesis produces the single exotic and aromatic flavor we know as curry, ['his flavor is equally delicious wish limb, veal, pork, poullry, fish, game, ggs ov vegetables. It is always .served with rice and great variety of relishes. They re mixed with the rice and sauce 11 the proportion desired, and eaten. Rciishes include chutney, grated coconut, chopped peantus, chopped egg whiles, chopped crisp bacon chopped sweet red and green peppers, tnrl plum jam, chopped sweet pickles, minced onion and Bomba.\ duck, a salted and cured Indiai fish, and many more. Rchshe.s are usually served on side dishes or 01 divided platters. Curry of Lamb (Serves 4) One and one-ha If pounds lean lamb, cut In. inch-siruare pieces, tablespoons butter or fortifiec margarine. 3 small onions, clioppc fine, 1 tablespoon curry powde (more if desiredt, I clove s fortified nvargavine Add .curry powder, garlic*, apple and tomatoes. Add water, salt and pepper. 1 Stir well. Simmer, covered, until lamb is lender, about 1 Lo l 1-2 hours. Remove lamb. Strain sauce and thicken wilh flour mixed lo smooth pasxe willi water. Return meat lo with plain boiled rite or rice pilaff Serve cranberry chuiney as an accompaniment. Mercury Gives Cue for Iced Coffee When the mercury soars cooling pleasure in frosty glasses^ of iced coffee wailing to be .sip|*eci ; with hot weather snacks. i For quick and easy afternoon or ' evening refreshments,' make regu- i lar strength coJIee an hour or two ahead of lime in a porcelain enam-• eled coffee maker. It is easy to keep j an enameled coffee maker spot-1 lessly clean—one of I he require- \ menls of really good coffee. What's i more, the smooth glass surface of! enameled ware rules out the possi- • billjty of the brew absorbing foreign j lavor.s and after the coffee basket!. $ removed, the pot can bir stored in he refrigerator to chill until serv- ng time with no need to transfer .he coffee to another container. To serve, pour the coffee over' crushed ice iti tall glasses. Load thej on R tray will) a plat of cookies and the coffee pot (for .sc*;- ond helpings). Arid cream and sug- 11- or a bowl of sweetened whipped cream. Now find a spot where cool Hurry! Only 3 more days to get your copy of the New Booklet of Summer Meals by UUle cold . Serve OF GENERAL MILLS 21*Time-Saver Mem complete with Recipes FIEE NOW AT KROGER G«t your topy o* thl» 8-p»g« booklet that make* summer meal* easier, more delicious. Clewly t^ lustril«d_ breezes blow and watch the family or quests relax. family Menus Depend In Plentiful Supplies ! The fruit season was late in slart- ig this year. Bui now ii is in full wing with cherries, cantaloupes and watermelons fairly plentiful. Use these fruits hi your menus o give new color and flavor to the amily's meals. And. of course, if plan your budget menus well n advance, using seasonal and pten- iful foods, you will save time and money. Luncheon: Rice with bacon, buttered carrots, creamed spinach, i'osted cup cakes, tea, milk. I)inner: Simmered tongue, candied sweets, peas, lettuce and cucumber salad, bread, butter or for- i apple, peeled, cored and cut i • from photographs by police at-i pieces, 3 tomatoes, peeled and ci [Springfield, 111., as the man who was \ in pieces. 2 cups water or .stock. I found shot to death in Joplin a teaspion salt, L-8 teaspoon peppe | month ago. ' 3 tablespoons flour. Springfield officers telephoned I Detective Chief Luther Luster of Ijoplin that Franklin had telephoned • there denying his demise. Then, ns a Ifollowup, Praiiklrn, who was in Du- Ibuque, la./for" a T carnival he rep| resents, telephoned duett to Toaster advising that he h^d read published [reports of Identification of the I body a.s his own and hastened to | correct the reports. . Franklin's home is in Sprini?- Jfeld, III., but he travels for the I carnival company. Morjaro butterflies are seldom *ten by birds because they have I a bad tasting chemical in their i bodies. tified margarine, cantaloupe with .strawberries, coffee, milk, Luiu-hPim: Black bean soup, spiced ha in sandwiches, tea, milkshake. JHniier: Liver and vegetables, cheese-parsley bisc-ihts, tossed! green salad,. watermelon, eoffee,! milk- ! Luncheon; Peanut butter and jolly sandwiches, mixed green salad, fruit cup, tea, milk. Oinntr: Egg croquettes, .stewed CKK plant with tomatoes, spinach, radishes, olives, bread, butter or fortified margarine, chewy pie, coffee, Favorite Pays Off! Bro\vn lamb lightly in butter or "Since I .started lining New Pert. 5oap, I've been putting [icnnies in my piggy h.-\nk regvilavly," says Mrs. B. L. Arendale, Hollywood and Autumn, Memphis "Voii set, I Kive up to one-third on soap with Perk. And Perk will always he my favorite he- catisc l*erk alone gives me really whiter washes." So, take a tip from Mrs. Aretwiale and start saving with I'erk yoHTfflJ, ^'ou're always sure of really white wa^es—becaiwe Perk contains Annoccl, the miracle ingredient. Put Perk to work in your wi\$\. totiay ! csm&l PREMIUM "\\1i.U would make your favorite PREMIUM CRACKER taste even belter?" We pui ihc question lo the rKilion! And now— "America's fastest s'clling cracker" is thinner ... crispcr-lhan-cvcr-bcfore! We specially created it for you —after lastc tests in 6,960 families! It's a delicious 'new M.sfc sensation! So — quick! Gel the ;icif PKLMIUM SALIINE CRACKERS! You'll agree they're ... MAPS TO ORDER. AMERICA/ GREATER, THAN EVER. BEFORE! GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Plain or Self-Rising. BISQUICK Recipes on each package. WHEATIES "Breakfast of Champions". SHERBET TAFT MOODY Orange or Pineapple. ICE CREAM TAFT MOODY SUGAR Godchaux Pure Cane granulated. MIRACLE WHIP KRAFT Salad Dressing. KROGER FLOUR Plain 1 or Self-Rising. HUMKO The Dainty Cooking Fat. COCA COLA The Pause that Refreshes. PREM-TREET Ready to eat Meat. SALMON Standard Chum. PEACHES AVONDALE Sliced or Halves. TOMATO JUICE KROGER. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE KROGER. 2 10-lb. Bag Pint Jar 25-lb. Bag 4-lb. Ctn. Case (Plut Dtp.) 12-01. can Tall Can 59< 93< 33* 1.95 SERVE SUMMER MEAL NO. Lone Star Favorite ' GH IHIS MENU ANO Rttlff IK BUIY (ItOmSS "21 SUMMC8 WA Easy, hear i y. stars btef t»- mivtoc-s an,l rite wilh spcci.1] scasoningil. I i>p olf with a fresh strawberry shori- cake. iou ti w[(o GROUND BEEF , 49 Fresh Uronnrl COMET RICE 2 .29 Cooks White TOMATOES 2S. 2 » Standard STRAWBERRIES Fresh Winter Garden 2 No. 2'/a cam 2 46-or. cons 46-ot. can 30? HAMS Butt Half Ib. 59c Tender Smoked Shank Half Ib. 49 SERVE SUMMER MEAL NO Baked Cream Fish Fillets C[l THIS MENU km «[(IPE IN ![11Y (ROCKtllS M 2! Tenttrr nileti with polden, hulterfd br««4 cruniha and rrriun (,'ive a new taste thrill. ?<rvc with crirn on Hie cob and cole jlaw. rOU'lt into HADDOCK FILLETS 43 Kres-Slior« FRESH CORN 4 ,25 Tender-Kernel CABBAGE , h New Hnd Crisp SALAD DRESSING Embassy Whole Ib. 58e EVAP MILK 3 Si 35' K rn B cr CHUCK ROAST ,55 BEEF BRISKET 35 CORN MEAL V S Graded Good or Choice U.S. Graded G<xid <»' Choke TT ." , , Hontv Suckle SLICED BACON,.„ 45 C SALT MEAT S".,, 19° . n Cudahy Wicklnw Streak O' Lean—Center Cut 2r,c OllttOt lUUll FRANKS ce!)o53 c VKHITWG ,.„. 19 w c AHKOS Skinless Dressed ICED TEA Kroger Special lilenil 25-I.b I5 |I I 2-1,1) Loaf FRYERS — 59' 49 SUGAR PEAS 2 Standard No. .'103 A-t 1949 Farm Fresh—Full Dressed. We Feature 'Em Cut up—Buy Your Favorite Pieces. Q .. . >niy» fti|Y 20 «r. Hearts & Gii.ard.^ Ib. 39e Necks Ib. 19c ™* Breasts Ib. 98cLegs Ib. 89c Backs Ib. 37c tAKED »T NAMSCO • NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ORANGES 5 Top Quality Juicy Florida. CANTALOUPES Guaranteed Sweet—Jumbo Vine Ripe. WATERMELONS Top Quality Red Ripe and Sweet. CABBAGE Fresh New Tennessee Green. POTATOES 10 fi-m 1'kK -» KROGER BREAD 2 27 Twisted While MARGARINE r KATA1ORK 2 'i 43 C r A It. Mesh jU B °9 PEACHES All Good Calif. Sliced FRUIT COCKTAIL 7-3 1-07. lAc Can IV S-o/. -lAc Can IU 49< Hunt's ING FOOD Top Kick 12 J c^ s 69°

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