The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 27, 1949
Page 15
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THTTCSDAT, OCTOBER 27, 1949 COtTRlER KEW« Uncooked Sauce livens Tamales New Enthusiasm. For Mexican Food Found in Variety Begin the food weelc with enthusiasm for new Ideas. That will vanish monotony from jour work and your menus. - j Here's• an uncooked sauce' for meats and oilier foods: In the West. It is used with Mexican foods, such as tamales and enchiladas. Clou-lo-lbe-Border Sauce Combine 2 cups fresh tomato pulp and juice with J 'tablespoons each minced green pepper, celery and cucumber. Add a dash of wine vinegar (about 1 tablespoon), salt Jji9 pepper to taste. A bit of chill W'der will add "heat" for those who want it. Orange rice Is a delicacy to serve with pork chops, duck, chicken or wild game. . • ' ' .Orange Rice . ' ' ' (4 nrvtnx'a) Two tablespoons fat, 2 tablespoons finely diced onion, !> lea- spoon kljcljen .bouquet,- 1 tablespoon coarsely grated orange rind, 1 cup water,.] cup orange.Juice, 1 teaspoon salt, 1(16 teaspoon powdered thyme. 1 cup rice, long grain or converted type. Melt fat. In saucepan over'mod'- erate heat. Add onion and let cook about I. minute.' Stir In kitchen bouquet. 'Add orange rind.i water, orange juice, salt and thyme. Bring to boll. Add rice, 'cover tightly and cook over very low heat until rice Is tender ami liquid absorbed, about 25 minutes. : Serve* wltlr'p'ork chops, duckling, chicken or wild game. For meatless days, try this rice and shrimp combination: Shrimp With Chinese Fried Rice (Serve* «) One cup rice, I cup water. 2 teaspoons salt, 2 tablespoons bacon fat, 1 onio«, sliced, >,i stalk celery, diced, 2 cups cooked or canned shrimp, 2 tablespoons soy sauce. Put rice In pan with water. Add suit. Let'come to a boil. Cover, turn heat down 'and cook. 25 mirt- • ntes. Drain, Melt fat in frying pan. Add rice and cook until I'ght brown. Jkkl onion and celery. Cook until F5n. Add shrimp, and soy sauce. Simmer 5 minutes. f- Gertnan Generals VVin Re/eases from Soviets GOETTINGEN, Germany, Oct. 27. WY — German generals captured during the war are returning" In increasing numbers from'Russia. Eight have arrived ab a transit camp near here. Four arrived a few days ago at a trnsit camp near Hof. They told camp authorities that a large prisoner of war camp for generals, near Moscow, was being closed. - . - . - Make Jack O'Lantern Funny Faces For Hilarious Halloween Party ' FUNNY FACES-BET it* WMfclnfton Deiicloi» »yplc« cut n»k* ; MOM hltirtou* Hallowe'en fccoratleiu. _Red apples always belong In the made from egg whites, and brown Halloween picture. For the young- at.low .oven temperature. (*cr. fft W^llnu.n'n.> , - , . , -. • ... _ * _ _ set, Hallowe'en faces on 'bright red apples turn healthy fruit Into wondefful pa ty refreshments. Wash and polish a big reel Washington Dellclouj apple for each child, and carve Hallowe'en faces by marking features with a sharp knife and then removing a thin layer of apple skin. Brush cut surfaces with lemon juice to prevent darkening. A handful of nuts or raisins on the plate, broomrlding witches for, plactcards complete the children's part; trimmings. Far older party-goers, make the Hallowe'en apple faces the- same way, remove core o' apple, and fill with celery, nuts and .mayonnaise mixture 'for a Bewitched Waldorf Salad.*' For the teen-age and older set, the Hallowe'en buffet might include a Jellied ham mold and a l»rge apple custard pie or Individual custard pies. Apple Ciuta'rd Pie (Serves 6) ' Two eggs, 2 teaspoons flour, !i cup sugar (or more tf apples are very tart), nutmeg. Ill cups applesauce, imswcetend, li cup cream or evaporated bilk. Beat the egg yolk. Blend flour and sugar. Add to applesauce and then to beaten egg . yolks. Add cream, flavor with nutmeg and beat thoroughly. Bake In a single' crust until set as a custard. Bake first in a hot oven, then lower heat until set. .Cover, with "meringue. Jellied Ham Mold Three and,one-half cups ground cooked ham,' 2. tablespoons gelatin, 3 cups consomme <u« canned consomme diluted with equal parts of water; or use bouillon cubes or meat, extract dissolved in water, 1 teaspoon or 1 cube to a cup of hot water), 1 tablespoon horseradish, 2 teaspoons prepared' mustard, 1 tablespoon mtnced onion, dash pepper. ..-.• • • Sojlc gelatin In- a little- cold water, if necessary (see package .label). Heat consumme and add gelatin, stirring until dissolved. Let cool, then add seasonings. Place In refrigerator; when mixture begins, to htlcken, stlr x In ground ham (or ground luncheon meat or canned chopped ham). Pour Into mold (loaf pan, ring mold, or decorative mold) which has been piled with salad oil or rinsed with cold water (oiling makes unmoldlng easier). Garnish ,with radish roses and watercress or parsley. Plaster of Paris was originally manufactured near. Paris^ France. MlflKft i com -costs Sweet Potato Dessert Makes Fall Specialty Our plentiful crop oj «we«t po- tatoe* c»n be \is«i In the dessert course for pl«, casUrd and cake. Her«'» a harvest specially—a sweet Potato c»ke. Rnn«nber, too, thnt «»!tlni-fal« are now on the plentiful list. Sweet PoUt* Cake One-hull cup fat, 1 cup sugar, 2 -ggs. 1 cup mashed swrel potntces 1 cups nll-purpose flour, 1-2 teiis- POon salt, 2 teaspoons' taking powder, 1-4 teaspoon .soda, 1-2 teaspoon connamon, 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1-1 teaspoon cloves, i-l cup milk, 1-2 "up chopped nuts. Cream fit. Add sugar gradually and cream well. Add, eggs, bealtus well after each. Add sweet pottoes Mix well, silt together the rest of Iht dry Infii'edlenLs, Add alternately with mlllc to the creamed mixture, beginning and ending with dry in- fnedients. Add huU. Mix well. Bake '" « greased 9x9x2-fnch loaf pan I" » nioderale oven (350 degrees P.) <5 to so minutes. Top with caramfl icing. Jf desired. Now for B few budget menus: Dinner: Snuteed liver and onion*, baked sweet potatoes, pens, sliced tomatoes, bread, butter or fortified margarine, frosted cup cakes coffee, milk. • Dinner: French onion soup, meal stuffed peppers, mashed potatoes, buttered green beans,'-grape gelatin coffee, milk. Dinner: vegetable juice, deviled nieat loal, mnshed sweet potatoes, spinach. Ice cream with spiced applesauce, coffee, milk. Dinner: Sliced smoked ham butt, baked sweets, buttered snap beans, celery, radishes, bread, butter or fortified margarine, custard with applesauce, coflee, milk. North American waterfowl reached a pealc in numbers In 1941, an estimated 125,000,000 birds. (Qv&iaood SLICED BACON Criip, Tender, Tatty S«rv« ff for breakfast, lunch or supper. MIMPHIt FACKIN* CO. A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT MACARONI -SPAGHETTI PURE EGG NOODLES • no trfcte... all treats n i dn FRYERS - - - ib 49c The Dainty Cooking Fat HUMKO - - 3 ib, 59c Graded large guaranteed FRESH EGGS - do; 55c Fresh dressed, tender, delicious PET MILK .-.Vis Juicy Texas Pink GRAPEFRUIT 2 lor Fresh Eatmor CRANBERRIES lb.29< Lean and tender PHONE 2231 PORK ROAST --ib 49c Smoked leon SLAB BACON -- ib 49c In sticks, Parkay COLORED OLEO ib 39c Remarkable, for pics an d shortcakes #~ -PEACH ESN 0.2 lean 17c Pur« whit* cant . • - • SUGAR - - 10 % 89c FREEMAN-HENLEY 2o«w.M < . iB GROGERY and APPLESAUCE 4 Kroger. Made from Choice Apples. SARDINES o'S-M.OO Standard. SCHOOL DAY 8-^ 1.00 No. 4 Sieve Peas, SOUPS 8 Royal Gem Tomato or Vegetable PORK & BEANS 8 £"1.00 CAMPBELL'S. SUGAR PEAS 11 N c^ 03 1.00 Standard. * SCOTT TISSUE .10** 1.00 : White Fleece. ";"; 1.00 MAYONNAISE 3 "^ 1.00 Kraft Kitchen—Fresh. PEANUT BUTTER 3-1.00 Peter Pan Smooth or Crunchy, CLOVERLEAF MILK 8 fe 1.00 Dry Skimmed Milk. * MARGARINE 4 '&. 1.00 Kraft Parkay. KROGER MILK 10 7 d 1.00 Pure evaporated. TOMATO SAUCE 20 ""; 1,00 HUNT'S. DOG FOOD 20 & 1.00 . Top Kick.. CORN Pride of Illinois Cream style white. 1 $ *No.303 Cans KROGER COFFEE 2 a 1.00 Vacuum Pack. GREEN BEANS* 9 S^ 1.00 Standard Cut., ' . PorkS Beans 10 £" 1.00 KROGER.- ' • ". SAUERKRAUT10^ 1.00 KROGER. Pork& Beans 12'±1.00 Royal Gem. PEAS .-.12'£.'1.00 Standard dry Blackeyes. CORN 12 "I 3 ? 3 1.00 Royal Gem SARDINES 12 ^.1.00 American.. Soap Powder 4 PL £. 1.00 Super Suds, Tide, or Dur. KROGER fiOU * *£ 1.95 Plain or Self-Rising. 50-lb. bag 3.73. Hydrox Cookies Pk9 lit Peaches Avondale Sliced or Halves. Cans SUNSHINE. CHERRIES Kroger Red Sour Pitted. 4^1.00 2-ifa, cans 100 1.00 GRAPE JAM 3- Embassy. CAMPBELL'S SOUPS 8 All 2 for 25c Varieties. TUNA FISH 4 Standard grated. RIB ROAST 69c U.S. graded good or choice. BRISKET 0' BEEF U. S. Graded 39' PORK LOIN ROAST .. Good or Choice .. liny (he I'iccfcs You Like J,b. D»J Lb. 49 C FRYERS Ini!) Flcsh rarm Drcssei1 7 (o 8 ... Cul BACON C ,1° Star or Premium Sliced 69 C OYSTERS W 79 [,Hrgc Selecfs ?A L IM"T, 22? PORK FEET ,,m° ENIJ CUTS—Ccnler C'uls ,12c fresh 8-lb. Mesh Bag Florida 8 Ib. Mesh Bag Florida ORANGES-GRAPEFRUIT GREEN CABBAG RED APPLES u CAULIFLOWER — 25tf CRANBERRIES Sno-whi.fe Fresh Top Quality Jumbo Fresh Top Qualify COCOANUTS 2 *, 29< APPLES 2 ,, /re.h new crop FMH-o-Milk. ' Extrq fflney Jumbo Washington Delicious. Red! $1.00 1.00 1.00 25? 1-lb. Cello. Bag

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