The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1950 · Page 17
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THtTRSDAT, MAY 18, 19SO Flavorful Easily Prepared California Recip* Wonderful to Eat, Easy to Cook, Carve By GAYNOR MAnnOX NBA Staff Writer Rump roast Is easy to cook, easy to carve and downright wonderful jgyat. Let'.'; go western and use a l^pjfo/jila recipe. Western I'ol Roast Three-to-4-poiind rump roast, 2 onions, V. pound prunes and apricots, 1[8 tea-spoon each cloves, nutmeg and allspice, sail, pepper, vinegar and water. Floiir meat and brown slowly on all sides in a little hot fat. Season with salt and pepper. Add spices, sliced onions and 1|4 cup vinegar diluted twth 114 cup water. Reduce hear, cover, and cook gently until tender, 3 to 4 hours. Add more water and a litle more vinegar, as necessary. One hour before end of cooking time, add prunes and apricots which have been soaked one hour In warm water. Speaking of California .here's one of that state's best lemon meringue pie recipes: California Lemon Merlnpue Pie Bring to a boil in saucepan or direct heat: one cup water or milk 3[4 cup sugar. 1[4 teaspoon salt, ' teaspoon grated lemon peel. Add five tablespoons cornslarch, blended with 112 cup cold water. Cook : over low heat until Iriickenec <about 5 minutes), stirring constantly. Take from heat. Add separately, mixing well cacl time: two well-beaten egg yolks, tablespoon butter, 6 tablespoon; lemon juice. Pour into an 8-incl baked pie shell. Top with meringue sealing to edfe of crust. Brown. Al1 End-of-the-School-TenA Picnics Call for Diffcrcntf Hearty Fi|lers « »• meringue, add gradually: foil tablespoons sugar to 2 egg whites beaten until frothy. Continue beat ing. Beat only until egg holds it shape in peaks. To make merin tender, fold in 1 teaspoon lemoi juice. Cover pie. Brown in moderat oven (325 degrees P.) for about 1 minutes. For deeper meringue larger pie, use 3 egg whites, 6 la blespoons sugar. Indiana Territory at first includ ed what. Ls now Indiana,, Illinois .Michigan, Wisconsin, and easier Minnesota. For end - of - the - term picnics, lake these new tongue and pickle- lied rolls for your favorite teen- ;m. Baked bean salad is another ifferent and hearty filler for oung appetites. Incidentally, you might like both f these recipes for your own growti- P party' snacks. Tonene and Pickle-Filled Rolls IMakes 16 filled rolls) Three cups diced cooked or cancel tongue, ham or canned beef. ?i up diced celery, 1[3 cup chopped weet pickles. ',', cup chopped on- on, 2 tables-cons French dressing, |3 cup mayonnaise, salt, pepper, 8 frankfurter rolls. Combine first six ingredients. Add alt and pepper to taste; mix well. Spill rolls and fill each roll with bout 114 cup of filling. Hiked B«an and Pickle Salad (Makes 8 sti-rlngs) _Four 1-pound cans baked beans, •ft cup diced crisp bacon, 213 cup :oarslcy chopped sweet pickies, -V. up sliced celery. 'A cup chopped Miion, ;,j cup p,- cncn dressing, 2 ablespoons pickle Juice, salt, pep- )cr, 3 hard-cooked eggs. Place beans in a large bowl. Add >acon, chopped pickles, celery, 011- on. French dressing and pickle nice; mix well. Season to . taste with salt and pepper. Chill. Cut ^nrd-cooked eggs into quarters and isc as a garnish for beans and [lickle salad. Here's another pickle snack: Stuffed Dill Pickles (Yield: approximately 4-414 doien slices) One 3-ouncc can deviled ham. L tablespoons mayonnaise, 4 whole One Cat, 99 Kittens LONG BEACH, Calif. _(/!>>_ Her 14-year-old part-Persian cat has given birth to its 99th kitten, says Mrs. Carl Van Slcenbergen. If Annabelle—that's it's name- had had a litter of Ihree, as usual she would have reached 10D. The cat had only two this time. 'Bui wait until next July.", says Mrs Van Steenbergen. "Annabelle has two families a year, one in March one in July." A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT MACARONI-SPAGHETTI PURE EG& NOODLES PAGE SEVENTEEN Spel/mon'j Church Known By Vandal Axe Marks ROME — lti>)~ Frauds Cardinal Spellman's titular church, tile Basilica of SainU John «nd Paul, bears pillaged Home more than 1.500 years axe marks made by Vandals who ago. Tim marks were found on four huge Greek marble columns, buried and preserved for centuries In • hfrd-stoiy brick wall. Tlie wall was carefully removed during' recent restoration of the basilica's original 111! century facade revealing curious pillared archeways and the remains of a terrace. Seven pnncs, Including Pius XT1. lickl tide to the cliurch while they were cardinals. One of Rome's oldest and most historic churches. Saints John and Paul was built •ibout -100 A.D. directly above nn ancient Roman house where John and Paul met martyrs' deaths. The house was rediscovered and excavated In 1887. Pilgrims today may vtsil Ihc exact places where the saints were killed and buried. TEEN-AGK TREAT is chopped loneue and pickle salad stuffed in frankfurter, rolls for snacks, dill pickles. Mix deviled ham and mayonnaise. Scoop out pickles, leaving a thin shell. Stuff wilh ham mixture. Chill thoroughly. Cut into Vt -inch slices SLICED BACON Crisp, Tender, Tasty Serv. rf for'breakfast, lunch or lupper. MIMmu FACKINO CO. lou'l] Love Our Flowers! Blylheville FLOWER MART * 06. CHOCOLATEMfLl * So delicious • So nulrilious! (ARK.1 COURIER NEWS GREEN BEANS Winter Garden Fresh Frozen Cut At LUTTRELL'S Famous Salad Dressing MIRACLE WHIP---- P t. 27c Yukon's Best fine quality Minute Maid frozen FLOUR 25 &T ORANGE JUICE 2« M . 470 Ballard's Delicious new cereal, Post's BISCUITS 2 C ans250 SUGAR CRISP 2 pkKS 290 Pure white cane All popular 5c SUGAR 10! 870 GUM & CANDY BARS 10? Jack Sprat, No. 1 tall cans White Manor PORK & BEANS 3 t 250 TOILET TISSUE rul , 50 Jack Sprat cream style Diamond 80 count WHITE CORN 2 Ji250 PAPER NAPKINS ea 90 Pure Fresh Beef GROUND BEEF ib. 39c Krcy Mcllo Brand . 4 to 8 Ib. uvg. SLICED BACON 390 PICNIC HAMS „ 390 Streak O' Lean Breast O' Chicken SALT MEAT ..... Lb . 17^0 FLAKED TUNA can 290 |Mea(y pork , Bagwell's home-made NECK BONES ,, 150 APPLEJELLY 2 IJ 1;250 U. S. Good Fresh, home-grown BEEF ROAST ,550 STRAWBERRIES .. Q , 320 4 to 6 Ib. pieces Red ripe HAM BUTTS ,„ 490 TOMATOES lb tube 150 KROGER BREAD New Super Soft BANANA CAKE Kroger Layer 25-Lb. Bag Avondale Plain or Self-Rising 2 20-01. Loaves Fa. 1. TAMALES Derby SPOTLIGHT '£ 67* Kroger Hot-Dated Coffe* ' GREEN BEANS 2";,.'23* ll< m Fresh Blackey* PEAS Sugar CATSUP 49* 2 No. 2 Cam 2 No. 303 Cans 2 T4-0*. Hot. 2 73'/ 2 -or. can 20-or. Jar KROGER Box 25* 23* 29* 21* 59* 9* Kroger Orange or Grapefruit LUTTRELL'S FINE Corner of Sixth & Chickasawba FOODS Phone 2011 Sour orDill Windsor Club Forkay (Uncolored) 1950 Farm Fresh Drown Standard 29c TOMATO Campbell's Juic« 49c OLIVES • -•TV Embassy Plain SALT 1 lift Morton's Free Running or Iodized IUC ICED TEA £• 49* Kroger 1.00 TUNA FISH N °^ A 25* Grated , 0, FIG BARS i yr K,o 9 ,, MARSHMALLOWS * H Kroger Fresh Fluffy 6/C CRACKERS '£ 23* Kroger Extra Thin CIGARETTES «„. 1.87 AM Popular Brands. SOAP !£2X 59* Wrisley ib. 55c WATERMELONS 32-or. Jar 2-Lb. Loaf 1-Lb. Ctn. 25* 2 4r35 c Red Ripe Sweet. lb. 7 a* si We Feature Cut Up Fryers by the Pieces. BRISKET 0' BEEF Lb .350 Tender, Juicy, Flavorful KP^-SJ Lb 10fi STRAWBERRIES 3 *»,. 1.00 NECK BONES ,. b . 12|(i Rod *''"• J "- k ' Swi ""- Fresh for Boiling DftTATftCC ^ A '•'*• Bulk I w I ft I X/LJ I U Kraft Bag nnlTlflU DRKSSED ....... u,. 150 U.S. No. 1 Washed New Red* Ocean-Fresh Delicacy GREEN BEANS 2 - 29* SALT MEAT Streak 0' Lean ,. b New Mississippi First Picking Sfringless

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