The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1949 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ripened Apples Interest Cooks Friendly Familiars - And New Recipes Make Menu Treats Apple blossom time may be most interesting to poets, lovers and &ong writers but it's autumn when the apples are ripe that Interests cooks. A woderful crop of exceptionally fine apples this year makes including apples in the menu an easy matter as well as a pleasure. Why not begin your parade of delightful apple dishes in the week when ; apples are celebrated? That is National Apple Week which continues through November 5th. The apple deserves a week to itself not only because it Is the most ancient of . fruits but also because it is said to be the fruit for which most recipes have been collecled owing to Its broad availability and popularity. Just to mention apples recalls dozens of friendly familiars among recipes. Apple pie, apple pandowdy, applesauce, baked apples, Apple betty, are only a few of the favorites that are standards In every good cook's menus. Not to be forgotten is the delight of eating apples from the fruit bowl, a good practice to begin again now that apples are just right for this purpose are again In the market. Apple wedges served witli a sharp cheese are a most delicious dessert, snack or party refreshment after a bridge game or a television evening. Countless as are .the ways to srve apples, perhaps the one most fun for children and nostalgic adults is Caramel Apples on a stick. You may have had these only at fairs and amusement centers but they are actually quite easy to "make at 'hoem as the simple recipe included will' show. These would, be ideal for a children's party, or an autumn grown-ujK praty with a harvest theme. Then, too, apples have their uses as accompaniments and accents, to the main dish in such a pleasing repice as the one for Broiled Apple Rings • that follows. Enjoy apples the many delightful ways that most appeal to your family and broaden your apple ".repertory with the two tested and easy r to do recipes. '-'.',' ', Carmel Apples 6 medium' swiet, unpeekd apples •I-clip sugar ?i dark corn syrup 1 cup light cream 2 tablespoons butter or margarine '. ; 1 teaspoon vanilla Wa'sh -apples. Insert wooden ikewers -Into stem end of apples. Combine sugar, corn syrup, cream and butetr or margarine in a sauce- p»n. Cook' over low heat, until sugar dissolves. Cook to ver yhard-boil •tage <250oF.-260oF.) without stirring. Remove from heat; add van- Ul». Dip aples inio syrup. Work •juicily. Place apples upright -on ••well-gijMsed cookie-sheet to cool.j Maiw'4 carrnel apples. : ' 'Broiled . Apple Rings > large unpeeled apples 1 teaspoon cinnamon 3 tablespoons sugar U cup melted butter or margarine .Wash, core and cut apples crosswise into %-inch slices. Combine cinnamon.: and sugar. Dip apple slices into buter or margarine and then in cinnamon and sugar mixture. Arrange on broiler rack or on pan containing rack, place under preheated -broiler and broil 3 to 4 inches from heat about 5 minutes on each "side or until apple slices are browned and tender, serv hot with pork or ham. Six servings: Cranberry Pa rf a it and Swedish Jelly Combine Tastefully As Party Foods NOVEMBER SPECIAL—Cranberry par/alt and Swedish. Jelly cookies use plentiful eriribmle;. With cranberries on the list "ffr — plentiful foods for November, ..let's seek new recipes: ' Cranberry P.irfall One Quart vanilla ice cream, 1 can whole cranberry sauce. Alternate scoops or vanilla ice cream and spoonfuls of whole cranberry sauce Just us it comes from the can. Top with whipped cream. If desired. Serve with Swedish jelly cookies. Swedish Jelly Cookies (iMaki-s II! io IK rookies) One-half cup butter or other table fat. \\ cup sugar. 1 egg yolk, slightly beaten, 1 cup sifted all- purpose flour, 1 egg while, unbeaten, *; cup finely chopped nut meats, canned jellied cranberry sauce cubes. Cream butter and add sugar gradually. Beat until light and fluffy. Add egg yolk, mix thoroughly and blend in flour. Form into balls about 1 inch In diameter. Dip in egg white, then In' nuts. Place on greased cookie sheet and press flat with bottom of glass. Bake in a slow oven (300 degrees F.j for 5 minutes. Remove from oven and press center down and bake 15 minutes longer. Cool and fill center with cubes cut from slices of canned jellied cranberry sauce. Cranberry Cubes In Pear Halves One three-ounce package of cream cheese, *-l cup mayonnaise, llj tablespoons lemon juice, 1 cup whole cranberry sauce, 2J3 cup evaporated milk, whippen, 6 ripe pears. Wh!p : up the cream cheese with the mayonnaise and lemon juice. Fold in the cranberry sauce and whiped evaporated milk. Pour into freezing tray and place dividers. To serve, wash, halve and core ripe "pears. Place on salad greens and top with 2 cranberry cubes. Beheading Room Gone • MUNICH — (,Y>— The Bavarian' penitentiary of Stadelhelm near contains a room which feven the guards dread. More than 1,100 persons were beheaded there during Hitler's Nazi rule. Now it. is being transformed into- a motor repair shop. three-foot classical bronze urns which had lined the street, were re- erected farther .out. Small Volcanic Island Now Doubled in Size AUCKLAND. New Zealand— (/P)_ Seen and unseen volcanoes play strange (ricks In the South Pacific. The latest stunt doubled the size of Matthew Island, a tiny spot on the Pacific 200 miles east, of New Caledonia. The change in Matthew Island was found by the New Zealand naval frigate Pukakl. Until recently. Matthew Island was 30 acres of land with a single volcanic peak. Now it has a second volcanic peak,-"500 feet high, beside the first. It is 1200 yards long today and gap yards across the widest spot. >' •. The sides fall steeply to the sea. Crew of the Pukaki saw wisps of steam and smoke coming up from the rock, but there was no sign of volcanic action from the new peak. Matthew Island was discovered In 1788. No people live there. but countless sea birds make their homes on the island. ''.:'•; Oil Hopes Discussed At Bureau Meeting LONDON — WA- The Petroleum In/o million Bureau, in a memorandum issued In London, snld there "U a vast area o( poUnllally oil bearing land In Latin America still to be explored." One of Hie most promising regions, now being explored, Is the Montana zone, which Includes parls of Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, at the foothills of the Andes. But the memorandum warned th«t only If sufficiently large resources were discovered there would the world oil trade benefit from it. With enough production, the construction of a pipeline across the Andes to the Pacific Ocean would voted years of study to improve illumination systems in open spaces. Blue Serge Suit Aids Integrity Says Tailor TORQUAY, England (AP)—What tlio world needs lo revive its seii.se of integrity u a return to the old fashioned blue serge Sunday suit. That's what George Qucmby of Liverpool (old the meeting of the National Federation of Merchant Tailors here. "When I entered the trade 40 years ago," he said, "every man had a Sunday suit of good blue serge. He wore It to church and when lie visited friends. 1. gave him a sense of 'responsibility that men haven't got today." be Justified, It said. Private companies are reluctant to engage In heavy expenses needed fur widt exploration work In view of "restrictive oil legislation" by some countries. Moscow Paper Hails Heavy Strike Wave MOSCOW—W 1 )—The- newspaper <Trud" said that the Increasing wave of strikes in • the capitalist Biumenyiiuermi world testifies to the mUitant «c- which they are tlvity of the working class "A characteristic feature of many of the strikes," sam trie paper "Is not only their bitterness and stub- borness but also the spirit of brothers-International ^THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1949 CUT FOOD COSTS 'Make Buttermilk «r Skim Milk t af Abouf CLOVERLEAF «;„,.. DRY MIIK""'" plump and tender FRANKFURTERS MIMPMIS »CKINO CO. New Rotating Flood Ugh ts Save Power in Rome ';• ROME—OT—A new lype of floodlight to illuminate -railway yards has been tested In one of Rome's main railway stations. The floodlight rotates at high speed and gives even Illumination while sav- ' Ing, Its Inventor claims, nearly 90 f percent of power used in flood-! lights now In use. ' -• _ | The new system was Inrerited by • Gugllelmo RIccomagno; who de- Painting Interior & Kxterior • Expert Pa per Hanging Estimates Gladly Given Russell Price Phone 6560 Cify Gardeners Irking Mexican Newspapers MEXICO CITY—W— The newspapers are getting pretty annoyed with the city planners. And even a lot of just ordinary Mexicans don't like the idea of planting cactus in the middle of a main street. , It all started early , this year when the city fathers decided to" fix up the Paseo de la Rcforma, which connects the best residential districts with the business section. It had wide parkways on each side and lots of shade trees. The planners turned the parkways into additional traffic lanes In the downtown section. They sacrificed the benches, re-paved the street and put R narrow parkway down the middle. The benches, life-sized bronze statues of 'minor national heroes and THE FAVCRJTE IN DIXIELAND FOR 72 YIWS PRIDElllllNOIS Genuine 'iPotlari el (omoui Joan of Are " Kidney Beans COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Cream Style Whit* Sweet Corn So easy to prepirc . . . fa*i tire**}? cooked. It's wholesome and nourishing—wonderful for corn frinrr*, coin puddings, chowderi. Gel Pride of lllinoit— Cream Style White Sweet Corn it you/ grocer's today. THE ILUNOIS CANNING CO. H«p«t«, i Join in the fun for Good Health with WASHINGTON STATE *i ^ pack p T^ n yon put °" c or tw ° ^rpy y, Red Washington Apples in the youne *«s' lunch box Popping f ull of juicc an £\ U ^ ™ n5 — a "<i Wash- f inglon Apples are, I even bigger, rciiiicr, finer this year. ALWAYS KEEP APPLES COID! INKING ABOUT ^ '> Hunt's Fancy All delicious flavors -•'--•; • ' JELLO - - - 3pkgs.19< Salad Queen SALAD DRESSING - qt. 321 Domino Pure Cane , SUGAR - 25 Ib. bag $2.19 80 Count PAPER NAPKINS-box lie ^TAND HERE'S THE RECIPE FOLGERS CATSUP CAMPBELLS Toilet Tissue CIGARETTES Mountain Grown Coffee Limit 1 with grocery purchase ib.54c 14oz bottles TOMATO SOUP Ambassador Fresh TIDE All popular brands Taystee, Meyers Wonder New, white Tide, Miracle Washing Powder 2 No.lcanlOc 1 20C cln$1.87 2 Ige. box 23t ' or9e loaves PET MILK 0 TALL J CANS Large Heads, Snowball Cauliflower 23c New,Crop, Florida Oranges 5£ g 39c Duncan, 64 size G'fruit.>25e Fresh, sweet 3rapes--ib lOc New crop, 388 size, Florida Oranges . do . z .23c Eatmor C'nberries!'.23c Red Willow Twig Apples 2 ibsISc Heil English Brand SLICED Bacon-ib.48c Large, fresh, Select Oysters - pt. 79c For delicious sandwiches Boiled Haip93c Fresh pure Country Sausage 3ibs95c Wilson Certified Steak Sirloin--ib 79c Whole or half, short shank Arm'r Haim 5 3 c Fresh, flavonome CallLiver>75c

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