The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1949 · Page 14
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1949 BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Supper Parties Now in Season Double-Duty Foods Ar« Surc-Fire Hit* ' To Entire Family Sunday supper parties are In season :»galn. Plan simple but bountl- lul menus and give them something good. Here's a sure-fire hit. Some of it can be used for Monday's school box and home luncheons, too. Double -I) ulj- GinKerbrejirt (Makn 2 dozen cookies and one 8: : • Inch square) Thr«:cups sifted enriched (lour. 'A cup . sugar. 1 leaspoon soda, I teaspoon baking powder, ' i fca- Apoori salt, !£ teaspoon cloves. 1 teaspoons ginger, 2 teaspoons cinnamon, »J cup shortening, melted and copied, H4 cups tmsulphured molasses, 2 eggs, unbeaten, & cup »our milk, ,M cup hot water. Turn' on. oven and set thermostat at 315 degrees F. (moderately hotl. Sift together first eight '^gradients. Add shortening, molasses and one egg. Mix only until Ingredients arc blended. TO MAKE ABOUT drop ball 2 Use Expert's Hallowe'en Menu Featuring Apples, Popcorn Balis HALLOWE'KN CENTERPIECE — Hints of pliln and »(ucd dar* i doucbmils, red apples and null make a handsome efnlcrplee*. What with ducking for apples,* _ . _ ___ hiding from witches and telling fortunes, Hallowe'en party night cookie sheets. Bake 10 minutes In moderately hot oven (375 degrees F.) TO MAKE GINGERBREAD, stir, the .other egg and sour milk into remaining batter. Stir in hot water. Bake 45 minutes in a well- greased and lightly floured. 8-inch square pan in moderate overi (350 degrees P.). TO MAKE GINGERBREAD , FROM THE ENTIRE MIXTURE, increase both sour milk and water to >i cup each. Bake 45 minutes in an 8xl2x2-Inch pan in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.). Servcis 12. TO MAKE SOUR MILK, pour 1 teaspoon vinegar in a measuring .cup. Fill to V, cup with sweet milk or evaporated milk. ' Here's another, simple recipe: Peanut Bars (Makes S dozen): One jar (15 to 16 ounce) peanut butter, sugar, whites. . •Blend peanut butler with salt sugar and vanilla. Stir In the egg whites beaten until slightly foamy', but not stiff. When well blended roll on a slightly floured board to one-fourth inch in thickness and cut Into strips three Inches long *nd an Inch wide. Bake on an ungreased cooky sheet in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 15 to 20 minutes. greased | extra food besides tlie apples and teaspoon salt, i cup teaspoon vanilla, 2 egy ' Porcelain fnameled Utensile Being Made Modem porcelain enameled uten- Ols »r» designed for a variety of cooking Jobs, according t o the Zntmel«d Utensil Manufacturers Council, Cleveland, Ohio. The Industry troup reports that eham- tl«d-w«re on today's market Is deigned for durability, sanitation and Porcelain enameled double boilers. •~ MpecUlly recommended for I pans. popcorn balls and cider. Here's a Hallowe'en menu worked out by Fi-itzi Rydgren, expert in such happier matters: curled cheese sandwiches, pineapple and carrot salad molds, olives, pickles, spicy chocolate tarts, coffee, milk, cider. Rings of plain and sugared store doughnuts, red . apples and niits make a handsome and eciiblc -Hal- lowe'en centerpiece. , Spicy Chocolate Tnrls with "punkln" faces (Serves 6) Two squares unsweetened chocolate, 3-4 cup sugar, 1-4 cup water, 6 .tablespoons'flour, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2 cups milk, 1-2 teaspoon :cln- namon, 1-8 teaspoon ground allspice', 1-4 teaspoon nutmeg, I egg, slightly beaten; 2 teaspoons butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 6 baker 'tart shells, 6: pastry "punkin" faces. Place .chocolate, 1-4 cup of the sugar and water in saucepan. Cook about 5 minutes, stirring constantly, ..Or until thickened and smooth, ing sugar in top of double boiler. Mix flour, salt, spices and vemaln- Add milk very gradually, stirring until smooth. Add chocolate mixture. " . ' .' • Place over boiling water and cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Continue cooking lo minutes, stirring., occasionally. Pour some over beaten egg, stirring constantly. Return to mixture In double boiler and blend well. Add butter and vanilla arid stir well. Cool. • • • Turn .Into tart shells aitd chill until cold. Garnish tops with pastry "punkin" faces cut from thinly rolled pastry arid baked until light golden brown In 40 degrees F. oven. Tops may'be garnished with whipped cream instead of pastry facesi Ether, is produced by'distillation of alcohol with sulphuric, acid. coating delicate foods, such as .puddings, pie fillings and sauces, since their non-porous finish cannot col- l«et or transfer odors or flavors For th« urn* reason, It Is regarded as practical to use both the upper and lower sections of porcelain enamel«d double boilers as separate sauce- Retl-lserator pans also .typify the versatility of porcelain eliameled- ware. In addition io use as storage containers, they may lie used for reheating food without the need of transferring it to another pan. Likewise, they are handy for food preparation. Recipes Supplied To Utilize Bumper Apple Harvests Celebrate our bumper apple clop with an apple-cheese sandwich. The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets supplies the recipe, recommending the use of Mclntosh apples Apple-CIicese Sandwich (Serves <) Eight slices bread, 4 slices apple, sautecd, 3 tablespoons milk, pepper, •', pound American cheese 1 egg, slightly beaten, M teaspoon salt, 4 slices broiled bacon. Place a slice of cheese and a slice of apple on a piece of bread. Place another slice of breat on top. Dip in seasoned egg and milk! Saute, in bacon fat until -brown Serve garnished with a slice of bacon.- Crispy Apple Puddlnj (X to 10 servings) Eight cups thinly sliced apples 2 ablDspooiis lemon Juice, 2|3 cup uncooked oatmeal, i cup sugar, '/, teaspoon salt^ 1 teaspoon nutmeg, 2 teaspoons cinnamon, l'|3 cup melted .shortening-, i cup whipping cream, 2 tablespoons sugar. Place apple slices In a well- grcnscd eight-inch eiiuare' heat- resistant glass'- cake rtish. P'O it r lemon juice . over apples. Combine oatmeal, one cup sugar, the salt, spices and shortening. Spread on top of apples- Bake one hour in moderate oven (350 degrees 3 Serve hot or cold with whipped cream, swectend with two tablespoons sugar. Baked Apples Stuffed with Raisin, (6 servings) Six tart , apples, 6 tablespoons lirOK-n sugar, S tablespoon* raisins 1 tablespoon butter, 'A cup water. Wash apples, remove stems, cores and blossom ends, place one tablespoon brown sugar and one table-spoon raisins In cavities of each apple. Set apples in » well-greased utility dish. Dot tops of apples with bits of butter, pour '.4 cup water In bottom of 'baking dish. Hake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) • for aboutsone hour or until apples are soflr-Serve hot or cold with lop milk' or cream. Note: When ,baking sweet apples, add NICKEL SAVER Auzzia Henry • Grocery Manager STORE 309 North 6th Hiway 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickels In Your Pocket At These Prices SMOKED TENDER HAMS PURE HOG LARD 4 1b. Ctn. tit r.ii. 45 C Large Selects OYSTERS Pl 75 Fresh Wliolc PORK HAMS Ih 45 Rind On SLICED BACON Best Grade STICK CHILI 49 Kansas City BEEF ROAST Ih 45 Legs 69c; Chops 69c LAMB SHOULDER 39 Lean, Tender PORK CHOPS L1) 45 Fresh, Sweet Tokay GRAPES 3 Lta 25 B Fancy Yellow Uiue BANANAS ; Ib ir Fresh, Crisp, Large Head LETTUCE Ka 12 C Extra Fresh CARROTS Bimch 9 C No. 1 Red POTATOES 10!i ? 29 c Domino Cane SUCAR 10,,, 89= f.arge Cans EVAPMILK 3 For 35 1 ALL CUTS BEEF STEAKS Kansas City Ib. Whole Hog PORK SAUSAGE ,„ 39 69c Whole Kernel LIBBY'S CORN 25' SUPER SUDS Large Box with coupon i: President Signs Bills To Aid Housing Program WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. (iPl — President Truman signed two bills Tuesday Intended to spur construction of hospitals and moderately priced homes. • • • The housing bill provides $2,275,000,000 in new government authority to Insure or purchase home mortgages. Some' phases of tne home mortgage Insurance plan had been scheduled to expire Nov. 1. The other measure provides $150.000.000 a year in federal aid to the states for hospital construction. U extends (he existing law from June 30, 1D51 lo June 30, 1955, and doubles the present annual federal authorization for building hospitals. only one teaspoonful of sugar to' each apple. Brannan Urges More U.S. Aid To Bring Peace KANSAS crry, Oct. 27. m — Secretary ot Agriculture Brannan said yesterday that installation of President Truman's controversial "Point'Pour," would help guarantee world peace and prosperity. ' ' Point Four was a part of a plan announced last January by the President. He called on the American people to provide food, clothing, housing and mechanical power for all ..Impoverished peoples of the world. Secretary Brannan, speaking tit the convention of the Association of'Land-Omul Colleges, said: PAGE FOURTEEN "The Importance of, PoJnt Four I Is simply this: If It can be made effective In enabling the underdeveloped areas of the vorld to Increase their production. . . if it can foster capital Investment in those areas. , . then the chances for a future of peace and prosperity almost are unlimited." Answering criticism that the program Is Impractical, 'the speaker said experiments In the past 10 years In Latin-America proved that such a plan works and that It can be made world-wide at low cost. He said agricultural experts of the' land-grant colleges can lend valuable aid in world-wide establishment of Point Four by giving their technical advice and assistance. Heliotherapy Is the treatment-of disease by sun baths. Heifer Is the modern spelling of two Anglo-Saxon worl« ; heah-fear meaning "high ox," as the heifer seems lo stand up extraordinarily hlg lion her legs compared to a grown cow. .••.•• PURE PORK SAUSAGE It Ml JUST RIGHT! Enjoy this flavor-rich goodness for breakfast, Junch or tapper. IUHHUS MCKIN* CO. YOUR NOT REAL FOOD BUYS! PEACH Libby's Yellow Clings No. 2/2 Cans CHOICE MEATS U« Large Selects, Fresh OYSTERS - MILK IN All YOU* COOKING ' 79*. All meat, economical BOLOGNA - - - Ib. 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