The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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1TAT 4, 1999 (AMC.)' CXMJRIER PAffB FTFTKEW inned Products £ c/c ' es /, h, i/'i L Snow Affinity Mess a Kitchen Modern Shelves Need Variety of Time Saving 'Facilities" Canned meats belong on every lodern kitchen shelf. Their quality high, their time-saving value normous and the variety great trough to cover almost every eating eqiUfement. iiless pork, sausage links are t the newer canned-meat items In Ihe market. Since they are fully looked and require only browning, Ihey take little of those precious lilrmtes In the morning to prepare 1 The pork sausage links are ex- lellent, too, when entertaining a Irowd. Place the links in a hak- lig pan, brush lightly with kitcher louquct Jor brownhess and hea' liirough In the oven, Serve the link! 1'llh scrambled eggs for any mea Irom breakfast lo a snack after a \>e evening. Oanned hamburger patties nre aturals lor the .ever-popular sand rich. However, their uso Is unllm Ped when you substitute them ii Iny of your favorite dishes callin ,or ground meat. The slight ninoun onion seasoning which tliey con in only adds extra .savor. The 12-ouncc corned beef loaf natural to team with quickl looked cabbage for a luncheon o lupper. Sliced or diced, the canne lorneti beef loaf also combines wit lice, potatoes, noodles or spaghet Jnd a sauce to produce main dishe. fn a few minutes lime. If split pea or bean soup Is 'avorlte at your house, cut slices amicd franks lo float atop Ihe soup, he canned frankfurters also may used in the same way as Ihe 'esh meat. Don't forget the youngsters' fa- arite "Frank Quail" recipe, in icig^.he franks are slit leiiKth- ^is^BAstick of cheese Inserted and Ihe tiank is wrapped In a slice of lacon, held with food pick. Broil Imtil the bacon is crisp and the |hccse melts. Here's a dressed-up version of Ihe 12-ounce luncheon loaf. It's lerved with a Bleu cheese topping phieh is brought brown and buu- Jiltng to the table. Baked B«f-Pork, Bleu Topping (8 slices) 12-ounce can beef-pork loaf, 1-2 cup Bleu cheese, 2 tablespoons frepared mustard. | Remove meat from can. Place on aking pan. Heat In moderate oven degrees P.) JO minutes. Cream jogelher cheese and mustard. Spread Iver top and sides of meat. Place fn broiler rank 3 inches from course heat. Broil until cheese bubbles |nd browns. (3 to 4 minutes). Serve tot. n Florentine Pickles have an afrintty for fish -and the ability lo translorm ah rdlnary fish dish Into a gourmet's ream. The chopped sweet pickles n this recipe for baked fish and icklc Ilorentine give tne sauce » erky, spicy flavor that Is more han Just pleasing to the taste. Baked Fish and Fickle Florentine II you need Is the spirit of the hing and good hearty picnic food. To make'things easier for yourself. )lan a simple meal that requires 10 cooking. Cold -cuts, rye bread ind a big hearty salad like Cole Slsiw Pickle Salad chock full of p pickle slices, bine cheese and oinato wedges make a perfect combination, And be sure lo Include an extra Jar of sweet or dill pickles . . without which uo picnic is eve perfect. (Makn 4 ttnrlnjts) 4 tablespoons butt«r or margarine 4 tablespoons flour I 4-ouuce can sliced mushrooms 1-114 cups light cream 1:3 cup chopped sweet pickles 1|4 cup grated Parmesan Cheese 1J2 teaspoon Worcestershire - sauce Salt and pepper 3-1 !Z cups chopped cooked spinach 1-1J2 pounds fish fillets (flounder, 1 cod or haddock) 1 tablespoons grated onion . Paprika Mell butler In top of a double boiler over boiling water; add flour and stir until blended. Drain mushrooms (reserve liquid). Gradually dd mushroom liquid and light cream and cook, stirring constantly until mixture thicken.';. Remove from heal; add mushrooms, pickles, cheese, Worcestershire sauce and salt and pepper to taste. Spread spinach over the bottom of » greased shallow baking dish. Place fish fillets on lop of spinach; add grated onion. Pom mushroom pickle sauce over ingredients In ca^sserole; sprinkle with paprika. Bake In a nioderate oven (350) 30 minute*. Banana Trick Cuts Time and Efforts For Gelatin Salad A smarl home economist h»s developed a time and effort saving wny lo make delicious gelatin dull .salad for parly servings. To eliminate tedious preparation or cutting up of fruit, lo fold Into a gelatin mixture, try this Iwir.na trick. Four the gelatin mixture Into » square, shallow pan, allow to cool, and then lay peeicd whole bananas In rows In the gelatin and chill. To serve, the scatin salad Is nut Into slices or squares in which the bananas arc distributed attractively through the gelatin mixture. Thus, the need to cut up frail before adding it to the iieutm Is eliminated. With tills neat cookery trick «nd th< recipe that follow, make eight to twelve servings of delicious gelatin (rult salad that Is Ideal for entertaining. B*n»na Gelatin Salad 5 packages fruit-flavored gelatin jr 2 package* unflavorrd j«lalt» 4 or 6 ripe banana** Salad green* "Use fully ripe bannna.i . , , yd- low peel flecked with brown. Mix each package of eel a tin according to package directions, Pour Into a pan atxml 8 Inches square lo a depth of about 1 Inch. cool. Peel bananas. Arrange rows ol whole bananas In Ihe cool gelatin. Chill mill) firm. Cut into squares or slices. Garnish with additional slices of ripe banana or other fruit, if desired. Garnish with crisp Rvecns, sour cream, or mayonnaise Eght to twelve servngs. NOTICiK Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned hiia filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Slate of Arkansas for permit lo sell and dispense beor at retail on Ihe premises described i\s 318 East Main, lil.vthevllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that he Is a cttlxen of Arkansas, of good mural character, that he hiis never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license lo sell beer by the undersigned lins been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned hivs never been convicted of violating the lnws of this State, or any other stale, relative to the sale of alcoholic liriuors, Application is lor penult lo be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day r>I July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. Bddlt McGn«or •ubacrlbed and sworn to before riie this 3 day of May 1950. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (Notary Public) Mjr Commlslon expires: 3jO ; 5S. 6-4-5» COUPONS SLICED BACOR Mil for rr al yow MtMHIH r»<KI«O CO. Qve^iacod IS THE SECRET OF A Memorial Day Picnic planned* /or Backyard Ma(5pal Da y Is just around the :orner>: . . and that means a pic- llc to most families. But when the lolfday falls In the middle of the ••eek, as It does this year, the Idea If taking a long jaunt into the Ipimtry and getting lied up in traf- nc doesn't present a very happy >icture. But with very little effort. It Is losslble to have Just as much pic- itc fim at home. . . . right In your |wn backyard, terrace or porch. SKt Maywee Dinner-Size Franks lengthwise.'Fill •with a >i-inch tfaick stick of 'cheese. Loosely wrap •aeh frank, spiral fashion, with a slice of Mayroae Bacon. Faet*n each end with a toothpick. Place on £ jack u a baking duh or on broiler rack split side down. Bake in a hot oven (425° F.) or in broiler •ntil bacon i* cooked. Turn franks split side up and continue baking or broiling until top of bacon is cooked. Total cooking time, 10 to 15 minutes. Get Mayrose FRANKS ST. tOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING CO. GAY'S CITY SUPER MARKET 109-111 West Main Grade A Beet CHUCK ROAST & meaty PORK CHOPS Sugar cured Ib. Phone 2668 Pure pork, country style 490 SAUSAGE 350 Good lean 450 SALT MEAT lb 190 Fresh BACON SQUARES , b 190 COUNTRY EGGS „ 370 Home Dressed HENS LIMA BEANS prkt. fc»J»»m riif* v*T- Home Dressed FRYERS 5 Ibs. sugar free wifh Charmin soft Toilet Guaranteed 25-lh. $198 TICCIIC A 00 «t .... QuHlity .... Bag I llOOUt .......... 4 ro)ls320 Florida seedless Jack Sprat Mixed GRAPEFRUIT 3 ; 250 VEGETABLES 2 ,290 Hunt's Virginia Best green & White TOMATO SAUCE 3 r n r 210 LIMA BEANS 3 , 300 2668 That's the Number to Call For Free Delivery Service Folger's Coffee Ib. 69 C Your children will love these PET MILK PORK & BEANS Cracker Jacks 3 * Domino factory packed Cane Sugar 10 Charmin soft Toilet Tissue 4 29 C Hunt'* fancy vitamin-rich ._. . ;, ?; Tomato Juice46 ° 25° Del Monte sliced Pineapple no. 2 1 /2-33 c Fresh, tender FULL DRESSED HENS 370 Hell's SLICED BACON ,,,330 Fresh pure coutry style PORK SAUSAGE 4 lta ,T° Lean salt meat STREAK 0'LEAN „ 140 Brisket of Reef LEAN STEW MEAT , b 290 Ocean fresh WHITING FISH ,130 mn^mimmmmmmmi Just right for slicing, red ripe TOMATOES tut* 21 1 No. 1 new firm white POTATOES - - - 4lbs.23< 54 size, seediest GRAPEFRUIT - - - ea. 10c 360 size juicy California SUNKIST LEMONS - doz. 29c Liberty Cash Grocery's RECIFE OF THE WEEK •aeon Potato Salad > •!!<** b«coa 1 i^.DQon, IU|M '/< tiv "n,» w ImpVitMilk 1 Ktlpoon Krrt«4 J ^jp, .IJ^ otiion cooV«rf [>ot.io«« VI c...r^~ >U< 1 <ur f, n ,\ T rll , ,.!„, Cut b»con in Kn>ll pi«c« .nd cook until criip. Add vin«g«r, onion, pep- P er, ult «nj ii.R.r. Stir into milk. s;lr over mtitura of potato«« tnd K\erf. MaV»t 4 Mrvingt. Von Kill n««i, ^«t Milk, Bacon, Onion*, Potato** and Celery. 6 delicious flavors Jello 3pkgs.2B^ Laundry Soap P.&G.3bars19c Bollard's famous Biscuits 2 cans 25c Wrigley's Chewing GUM-3pkgs.10c Glenwood Butler - - - Ib. Fisher's Cheese Hand Packed TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Eatwell, packed in oil SARDINES tall cans Fresh, Nice Size COUNTRY EGGS Doz. 29c ^••^••H Golden yellow, fresh, firm BANANAS Florida firm juicy ORANGES - - 5 Ib. bag 35c

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