The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1951 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 1, 1951
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1951 BLYTHEVTI.LK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Turkeys to Top List of Plentiful November Foods Ingredients Needed For Thanksgiving A Menu Are Included. By GAl-NPE MAUUOX NBA Fo*d and Markets Editor Nature will be generous in November, producing abundant foods that' belong in the Thanksgiving menu, Here's the complete list of plentiful* for November, prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture: Fniita and Vegetables . Apples, cranberries, processed citrus products, raisins and dried prunes, cabbage and cauliflower (except intermountain and south- welt). Protein Fooda Turkeys, pork, froien whiting and froien ocean perch fillets, canned tuna, dry beans, cottage cheese and nonfat dry milk solids. Other rooda Honey, almonds, filberts and walnuts. About 14 per cent more turkeys will b« ready for this Thanksgiving than last year. There will be plenty In all sizes. The apple crop again for the third year la large. Here's a recipe from New Jersey's apple orchards Baked Apple Wedrea With Onion fa (Serrte 6-») ... ^»ut apples (Stayman or Mcln- tosh), 2 Bermuda onloni or 3 medium onions, 1 teaspoon salt, water or apple Juice to mou>t«n, 3 Lible. apoons butter or fortified marga- rin*. W cup brown sugar, if de- alrad. Owaae 1J x S x 2-inch baking pan Core and cut unpeeled apples 111 «ifhths.. Cut onions in Vi-inct alicaa and aeparatc slices Into rings .Coyer bottom of p«n with cut onion alkias. Arrange apple wedges—skin aide up—on bed of onions. Garnish apple slices with additional onion ring*. . •prinltl* • with salt and add •rough water or onion juke to moteten. Cover and b*ke In mod•rate oren (31S degree* T.) for 30 minutes. Uncover, dot with butter or margarine, btut« with juice In V*n; tt desired, sprinkle with brown autar. Bake, uncovered, for an- ottier 19 minute:. U.S. Dietary Level Better More, Costlier Food Stocks Seen for '52 WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. 01',—The , S.. dietary level this year Is a tile above average, the govcrn- ent says, *and next year lootl locks will be large enough to allow eople to eat still better—but at 'ightly higher prices. In a forecast for 1952, the Bureau '. Agricultural Economics said iiras- tcts ore good .for' more poultry roducts, beef, milk, ice cream, fats ud oils except butter, frozen fruits iid. Juices, dried fruits and frozen egetaWos. Continued declines were foreseen w stocks of butter and sweet po- itoes. / Pi'om the standpoint of nutritive ahie. the bureau said the foot! ipply probably will be above the 935-39 level nnd a little above this :ar, but still somewhat below the :cord quality o'f 1946. \ Hollywood pwSM Continued from page t •t the aame thru." Don't count on any actor playing Genaral Fatten In "The Red Bal Expraaa." UI admit* that Ration's heirs and estate must first give approval of hi* depiction in a movie. Shortly after Patten's death, Charle Blckford tried to obtain the film right* to his story and was refused pmnMon by the estate. • * - • Ms pak »»Y that Dan Dalley 1 , palpitations about Jane High an •ha raal thing. Dan. met Jane at thi airport when she ended her Movie »ima, TJ. S. A. tour, rushed her It »h« B«T«1y Troplea and called lo bueketl of ehiimp««n«. • * • DouM* feature marquee arc-pop per: "Ms«t Mfe After the Show" and "B«rwt Yourself." - • : • • Tom Neal telephoned Betty .Hut Igf for a daU. but Betty wa« 6u J^| dWn't return the call. . Both Dick Contlno's mother an( father face operations in the nea future. Pals explain Dick's Inabilit to paj hts court fine this wav. Mos of his Initial earnings In theater and nlterles were drained off to b- his contract back from Horac Heldt. Another Quickie They're hush-hush about It Columbia, but word's leaked out tha Stanley Kramer will rush "Deal! of » Silesman," the Predrlc Marci starrer, Into a Hollywood movi house for a week just before Christ mai to qualify for the Acnrfem Award race. The studio pulled th sams under-the-wire stunt will"Born Yesterday" last year. • Gilbert Roland 1« about to «la' a lawault »n prMucer-writer Pan Harrlaon, who slpied him t<» a con lr»ct if star In "Fllirbl AcroM th Boron" and failed to raise capita «« prodnre the movie. Busy Rotnnrt rent: "Glory Allrj" for MGM. Jean Arthur Is beginning to thaw out and gab—but not to newsmen— on Paramount's "Shane" set. Un nmunicatlve Jean Is under con Chicken on Eggplant Is Tasty And Inexpensive Family Treat ract for two more movies at the tudio. • • • The new makeup device that lorla Swanson used in "Three, for Bedroom C" has the boys in the rejection rooms gasping. One of hem whispered to me: "She looks about Janet Leigh's age." Eggplant Is plentiful, so arc chickens. Your' chicken store or frozen food counter has breasts reasonably priced. So let's give , the family a Creat. Serve this gom'mct recipe from the Chalet Suzanne m Lake Wales, Fla. Tv;o whole chicken breasts, U cup fat, I tablespoon minced onion, 'h teaspoon salt, U teaspoon pepper. 1 cup water, 3-ounce can sliced broiled mushrooms, 1 small eggplant, I'.i pounds; '; cup heavy cream, 1 tablespoon flour, Cut chicken from breast bone in two large pieces, or ask your meat dealer to do it for you. Cut each strip of breast into three fillets, making 12 pieces in all, Dredge these pieces of chicken breast with flour by shaking In paper bag with [ 2 table-spoons flour. Melt fat over'moderate heat, In! 8-inch frying pan or chicken fryer.! Add dredged chicken and brown on' both sides lightly. Sprinkle m the! onion, salt and pepper. Let cook another 5 minutes. Add the water and the contents of can oj mushrooms. Cover and let cook until chicken Is tender, about 15 minutes. Meanwhile peel eggplant and cut In half-Inch slices. Dip in Hour and brown well on! bolli sides In small amount of (at.! When chicken is done. -J>lcnd together lite cream and 1 tablespoon flour. Add to chicken, stirring constantly Cook until thickened. Arrange two slices of the tried eggplant on each serving plate. Top with three fillets of chicken in the mushroom sauce. Serve immediately, garnished with a slice of red ripe tomato and a few sprays ol crisp green water cress. ! WADE H. 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