The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
Page 14
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f! tn Cookery Hints Are Given Pof Will Cook Our, Not Nccmsary That Skin B« Punctured T<M don't hive to prick the ski tf • duckling because the fat wl raok out »njr»-«jr. Also, trussing and covering are all un Tho«« ire Just two revolutioiiRr feieto discovered by Mabel Stcgne: KoflM economist for Long tslan Duck Orowere Association. Briefly h«r» »re more of Miss Stegncr 1 duck cookery hints: • It isn't necessary to leave th ,f»t out of your favorite stiiffln recip* because very little of th duck f»t will cook into it. Mod em low roasting temperatures ar b««t for duck. For the Juiciest tenderest meat, roast duck at i low temperature <325 degrees F. • bout 1'i hours for medium done ness tnd 2 hours for a well-dom duck. If you like a crisper, brown er_skin, just run the duck imde: ;the broiler i few minutes befori smlrir, or brush with a blend o J tablespoons honey and 1 ten spoon kitchen bouquet after aboi »a hour's roasting. You can use the giblets to much better ndvun- Uge if you cook them in 2 cup. salted "»-aler for about 45 minutes •then Use the broth for gravy, or MYe for soup or a sauce. Pekin ducks were used in Miss ."Slegner'i cookery research. This .type has been grown for centuries 'in China and makes up about 95 per cent of the ducks sold In the .United Slates. A roast duck will serve from 4 ;to 6 persons. If you have a small family, though, you may • have •enough duck left over for recipes :like thii Oriental Duck with Caiili: flower. - Oriental Duck With Cauliflower (Stntn 4) , "nine tablespoons cooking oil t eup finely diced onion. 114 cups .dj»fona]ly<*hced celery, 1 23 cups i w«U-«e»soncd chicken broth, t pound cauliflower, 3-ounce can '•Heed broiled mushrooms, • v* cup -thinly diced green pepper, 2 cups , thinly jliced cook duck, >i cup . eonuterch, !i cup water, 1 tea»y sauce or kitchen bout, 1 teaspoon salt, ',5 teaspoon powder, 2 tablespoons sherry, optional. M«et oil In large f r y\ ng pan ?T*r » vxl « r »te heat. Add onion and •«* »bout 2 minutes stirring fre- Hy. Add eelery «nd chicken orer and cook 5 minutes. cover and add cauliflower --- » ">een separted Into flow•Mh wotcnta of can of mushrooms »•«» pepper. I^y sliced duck *• *° p - CoTer Hjthtly and " woMnt until vegetables '•nder, «bout 10 minutes Blend together and add water, kitchen bouquet, •. »nd rtierry, if desired ^ a » ,j* *•* and cook, stirring con' sauet thickens and Serve immediately , riw Hawaiian Duck Is a Regal Dish; Whets Cold Weather Appetites •EGAL DI£H—Now'» the aruon to cook dKcklliw*. L«4'i 4* tt Duckling is abundant now and the colder weather brings lusty appe- ites. So let's get right down to the business of cooking a duck. Hawaiian Duck (Servos 4} rive to 6-poumi duckling, dre.ssei R-eight, 2 tablespoons kitchen bouquet, 2 tablespoons honey, 1 teas- won salt, dash pepper, 1 clove gar- ic, minced. 2 tablespoons duck fat, cup pineapple Juice or duck broth, 2 medium green peppers, 4 slice* aimed pineapple, or 1 package I rozen pineapple chunks, 2 table-. poons cornsterch, 1-4 cup pineap- ple juice or water. With sharp pointed knife, cut through skin along center of duck breast. Grasping skin with one hand, loosen sum oy running knife underneath, clase to flesh of duck, peeling skin back at the same-time.' Cut skin where necessary but keep flesh intact. Cut the skinned duck in serving-size pieces. Place in mixing howl. Combine and add kitchen bouquet, honey, salt, pepper and garlic. Toss lightly to mix well" and let marinate for 45 minutes. Meanwhile cook duck skin, neck and wing tips with giblets in J cups FAVORITE IN DIXIELAND FOR 72 YIARS PRIDEallllNOIS Genuine Joon of Arc Kidney turn, COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Cream Style White Sweet Corn So easy (o prepare ... k's alr«idy cooked. It's wholesome and novr- i«hi nu—woaderiu I (or Cora faiocn, corn'pudUings, cbriwdtn. < ' G« Prid< of Illinoii—Crt«« . Style Whi« Swen Cora «< rw grocer's lodajr. THE ILLINOIS CANNING CO. HMO*.*., NICKEL SAVER STORE Auzzia Henry • Grocery Manager' 309 North 6rh Hiway 61 Joe Strickland ••'• • Meat Market Manager -EVERY DAY PRICES- k*d Tft\Afr',-,*A Smoked Tenderized (CURED HAMS ,,49 I Best Grade Rind On SLICED BACON Jt> 47 Rood Quality BEEF ROAST Lb 45 Pure Fresh GROUND BEEF 37 Whole Hog COUNTRY SAUSAGE 49 Fine for seasoning BACON SKINS Sunrise Brand SLICED BACON Tenderized Smoked ... i.i). l.h. 65 WCIIICHAMS ,,,39 65' 49' Good Quality Beef LOIN STEAKS Good Quality Beef CLUBSTEAKS Jowl Bulls SALT MEAT „.19 Lh. Lb. ONIONS 4 1c 2 *C lb. ) *3 Bag Hi-Bisk Brand FLOUR Pure Cane SUGAR 10 Lbs 89 Tall Cans PET MILK 3 F . 35 Large Size OXYDOL , Fresh PURE LARD Pride of Illinois CAN CORN "A" Grade Small EGGS 43 C Do?.. Home Grown RIPE TOMATOES lb 8 C Home Grown TURNIPS M TOPS ,, th 10' FrevSh TURNIPS Yellow Yams Lb. 5 C SWEET POTATOES lb 8 C CABBAGE 3 1 2 _HENS - DUCKS - FRYERS -- OYSTERS water md 2 teaspoons salt. When giblets are .lender, strain broth Into measuring cup or pitcher. Let fat rise to top and pour It off. Reserve broth and giblets for other uses. Place 2 tablespoons duck fat; in Dutch oven :or heavy frying pan duck on all sides and add plncipple over moderate heat: Brown pieces of Juice plus any marinade left in Hie bowl. Cover tlshUy and simmer gently until duck is tender, about 45 minutes. Remove seeds from peppers and cut in 1-inch strips. Cut pineapple slices In 1-inch pieces. Add green pepper and pineapple to duck. Cover and cook 15 minutes longer. Blend together and add con is t arch and pineapple Juice. Cook, stirring constantly, until juice thickens Serve immediately with hot cooked rice. Born 30 Yean Too Late, Landlord Loses His War . Central India __ Thakur Nanrar Singh, Jagirdar landlord) of Jliaknasmda recent ly Wed the methods of his anc"^ tors to regain his estates, but 'with"i 12 iiours learned he was two centuries behind the times. Who the Mauhyabharat princely union was formed in central India, [lie Thakur was one or those who Had to surrender the 200-year-old states and estates In return for compensation. He did if with a vigorous demur and went underground to evade orders of arrest. When he reappeared. It was with a band of 200 fighting men armed with bows and arrows and some home-made guns. He "stormed" his anccsteral fortress 'and occupied it. But he found the government much Clover Hullcr Still Runs After Fifty-One Years DES MOINES, Iowa —MV- A Clover duller, 51 year old, was In operation this summer on the Jake Anmna, Iowa. See farm three miles north of The machine is owned by Frank Delana, of Norway, Iowa, and was bought by his father In 1898. It lias been used practically every year since. We all have a patronymic. Il's our family name. loo quick for !ilni. Be/ore nightfall Ills "(orces" had "surrendered" and (lie Tliakur liad fled. The war- ran for his arrest was renewed on fresli charges, but he still is O t large. THURSDAY, OCTQJBER' 13, 1949 °" they UM the word "SehmiSl- EXTRA REFINED...CAREY'S CARRIES THE FLAVOR TAese APPUS Del Monte CATSUP 2-.E33? Baker's Shredded COCOANUT 2 Liberty Cash Grocery's RECIPE OF THE WEEK Salmon Noodle Loaf 1 iliifctlr b«i in <u 1 '/, 'ru p> taokW 'A «,[> P« Milk noodl., .3 nbl.ipoon. »*« IMcup, unncd '/I IMIP04 ' '" ««" Dua CM contcaM • up ('— amit> lomito >oup Turn on ovm; MC at modemlclf •low (350° F.). Grease a quart loaf p«n or... baking dish. Mir egg, milk, <T»t*r, »lc, pepper and sage. .Mil in noodle* and salmon. Put into pnn Bale, .boot y, hoar, or until firm. T»tn out 'and »Itce. Serve: with the hot j^up x a sauce. Mates 4 servings. *Cooted or canned nirm, :h.idcioct, halibut or canned fish flakes also can T«« Will flcfJ: PET MILK 3 Tall Arc Cans 03 Canned . Salmon . . can 45c Noodles pkgISc Condensed Tomato Soup ..... con I2c Sacramento Halves PEACHES/-- No.2jcan19l North Star PEAS - - 2 No. 303 cans 191 Del Monte Halves EARS - - - No. 2f can 31 1 V/hole Grain RICE - 3 Ibs. Domino Brand SUGAR - .- I0lb. Amfaoy Evaporated MILK - - - - 3faiican$29< WASHING SUPER SUDS - DUZ OXYDOL - RINSO ^^^^^^^••BBHEH^BB TOMATOES Fresh, II Red-ripe ID. POTATOES No. 1 Reds 10 Ib. bag COCOANUTS Fresh, full-of- Milk; 2 for BLACKBERRIES CIGARETTES PRIDE CORN WHOLE BEANS OWDER I A r- QOX 25' CHOICE MEATS ALL MEAT BOLOGNA lb.39*.< Tasty i Delicious COUNTRY SAUSAGE 3 Ibs 1.00 Freshly Ground Delicious FRESH HAMS Ib. Whole, or Half FRANKFURTERS^ Mayrose ir - p. Cello. Wrapped ID. T'^tf PORK LIVER lb.39$,i Fresh Delicious BOILED HAM Perfect for II f^ F* Tasty Sandwiches 10. X^Cl WHITING FISH Ib. 15<z For a different, economical meal Tlc Ia sc Th l Ref cshc LETTUCE Crisp, fresh, 5 doz. size I GRAPEFRUIT Fresh, juicy 96 size; 2 for RED GRAPES Fresh, sweet Tokays ... 3 Ibs.

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