The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1950 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURffiR NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1950 Hot Potato Salad Substantial Dish Savory Flavor Gained By Addition of Bacon; Old-Fashioned Treat Of all the bacon dishes that the (ood supplies of this meat In the market recall, perhaps Hot Polato Salad is the most reminiscent of old-fashioned cookery. A savory, substantial dish, Hot Potato Salad when accompanied by a green salad and crisp bacon strips makes a whole meal at budget price. Bacon is now 20% lower than It was six months ago and the quality is excellent. • \ t Buy bacon for breakfast, for sandwiches, for snacks, for lunch and dinner dishes. Buy bacon to make this delightful Hot Potato salad dinner. This is a tested recipe that contains the.-real secret of old-fashioned Hot Potato Salad. The secret ii to allow the flavors to blend for H considerable time before serving. This means the dish can be made ih the morning and heated iiulckly for dinner, which makes this recipe attractive to the busy cook. Hot Hacon 1'ofatn Salad 6 to 6 medium potatoes (2 Ihs.) _ 16 cup diced rielery 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion i 3 teaspoons salt 4 slices bacon, cut in 1|3 Inch pieces 2 tablespoons flour W teaspoon dry mustard - 3 tablespoons sugar 'A cup vinegar : U cup water ; 12 slices bacoji • 1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley Oook potatoes; drain and peel. Cut in half, then quarter and slice in '.i inch pieces. Put In 2 quart casserole; add celery and onion. Sprinkle with 2 teaspoons of the salt. Cook bacon slowly over low heat until crisp; remove from pan and add to potatoes. Remove pan Irom heat. Into the bacon fat blend the flour, mustard, sugar and remaining I teaspoon salt. Add vinegar and water, cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and boils. Pour over potatoes. Mix lightly with a' fork. Let stand one hour. Put bacon on wire rack In shallow pan. cover casserole and place with bacon In moderate oven (375 degrees F.) ,30 minutes. Place casserole in Fresh-Tasting Spring Dessert Combines Cheese and Peaches at? We've got It—a combination of two plentiful dairy foods, cottage cheese and cream, and canned cling peaches, also on the plentiful list. Cheese Bavarian (Sen-es 8) Two cups cottage cheese, 2 egg yolks, 3-4 cup sugar, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-2 clip milk, 1 package slrnw- erry-luivorcd gelatin, 1 package berry-flavored gelatin, 1 No. 1 can 2 cups) sliced cling peaches, 1-4 up lemon juice, 1 tablespoon Icm- i rliiii. 2 egg whites, sillily bcat- i, 1 cup cream, whipped. Drain cottage cheese to remove xcess moisture. Combine egg yolks, ugnr, sail, and inllk; cook over rolling water until mixture thick- ns. Drain peaches p.nci reserve for arnlsh. Heat 1-2 cup of the peach nice and dissolve gelatin in it. Add ot milk mixture, stir until blend- d. Blend in collage cheese, lemon ulce and rind. Fold in egg while CHEESE BAVARIAN is a novel combination hf cottage cheese, fruit and cream with a rye crumb crust. center or large chop platter; garnish with parsley and arrange tia- con around casserole. By Gaynor Madilnx NEA Sfaff Writer' l-ooking for a fresh-lasting spring dessert, easy lo cat, lovely to loo! BUY ONE ROLL GET ONE FREE Coupon will appear in (he Thursday, April 27lh issue of this newspaper. Snow white... Double soft NEW PROCESS.., SOFTERIZED PASSENGER .. TRUCK .. TRACTOR Ward i Trail Blaier—low priced tire built of first quality materials [throughout — priced even lower WARD WEEK! Safe, slrong, dependable! Riverside Deluxe —outstanding tire bargoini first- line, First-quality. Halter tread made with "cold rubber" insures ex/ro long wear—safer stopsl Wardi Air Cushion gives a "luxury ride"! Tread de- jigned for even wear, easier steering, greater stability. "Cold rubber" for more mileagel Bey a ttll Tires Mounled Fre« and whipped cream. Ti fluster to deep six-inch mold tl 1-2-quarl size). Top with rye crumb crust. Chill for at lea.st two hours. When ready to serve dip mold In warm water and turn out on .serving plalc. Garnish ,if desired, with toasted buttered rye wafer triangles, and a bit of cottage cheese. Surround with cling peach slices. Itye Crumb Crust One cup crisp wafer crumbs (about 15 wafers), 1-3 cup melted butter, 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1-4 teaspoon nutmeg. Mix Ingredients together. Use with cottage cheese Bavarian. Paul Douglas to Wed HOLLWOOD, April 20. (*•>—Actor Paul Douglas will marry Jan Sterling, actress, sometime In August, hts sludlo said yesterday. Douglas Snyder D.mes Rumor NEW VORK, AprU * reUry 0 I the Treuury John w. formerly was married to Virginia Held. ' «»l he Pj^ , Nal y<)rl£ stock ^n,,, w of the Bank of America, Snyder said lie had received no offer of either position. • Make BuTfermitk«r SkimAAilk af About « plump and tender FRANKFURTERS LARD 4 Rushed Fresh to your Liberty Cash Grocery MAXWELL HOUSE Lb. Ctn. f b- bag The Pause That Refreshes COCA COLA •„•=! 49< 69< 75' ^•ream your coffee at'^ price! — l VrtTH ''I cans 35c From-the Country FRESH EGGS - - - - - - doz.29* Miss Liberty or Coffee Shop COFFEE, none belter - - - - lb. 67* Glendale fresh BUTTER „ 650 Assorted flavors JELLO 3 Pkgs 230 . Wrigley's chewing GOM 3 Pkgs 100 Mar-Gold PLAIN OLEO - - ---- 2lbs.39< Salad Dressing .. M'cleWhtp-pi.33c Bollard's BISCUITS -2 for 25c Forked Deer—3 fall cans Pork & Beans 25c Fisher's American CHEE SPECIAL! Glendale American CHEESE S 210 Family VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 , or 250 Domino Pure Cane SUGAR 10 890 Hell's fresh PURE LARD J3i0 Fine In tin dry soap P&G 3, ms 190 HEINZ KETCHUP 22?; Big 74 oz. Bottle SCOTT TISSUE lOc Soft, Strong Roll All brands CIGARETTES c(n Prince Albert TOBACCO Ideal DOG FOOD 3 for $-187 $120 (VEGETABLES Fresh CARROTS bch.5c Fresh green Cabbage 3 Ibs 10* Fresh Florida . Oranges 5 Ibs. 35< 54 size, juicy Gr'fruit 2 lor 19* New crop yellow Onions 5ibs.25c Florida bleached CELERY -ea. 10* Fresh SWEET Potatoes --lb.10* Fresh white sweet CORN - 4 ears 25c 270 SAVE ON fJIEATS Heil Sliced BACON lb 330 Fresh dressed FAT HENS ,380 Fresh WHITING » 130 Large select OYSTERS H 790 Fresh ocean SHRIMP 690 Tender LEG-0- LAMB Lamb SHOULDER lb 450 All meat BOLOGNA lb 390 590 I

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