The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1949 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Expert Advises 'Homey' Touches Cream Gravy Plus Salt Pork Popular ' And Economical For an economical meal serve golden salt pork and good cream gravy, suggests Reba Staegs, home economist.. There's ft "homey" and appetizing' touch about salt pork (which resembles bacon) that makes it & popular choice in many homes. : To prepare this, combination, the salt pork may be baked of pan- tried. Either way, the pork Is cut ito U-inch , slices, covered with , water and allowed to stand for ibout five minutes. The slices' are then removed from the water, dipped In milk and rolled in corn meal. For baking In 'a moderate .oven (350 degrees FJ the salt pork slice.s are placed on a rack in an open roasting pan and cooked for 30 to 35 minutes. The rack hold the strips out of their drippings so , that it is not necessary to turn them during the cooking time In panfrying, the coated slice: should he slowly cooked in hoi lard or drippings 'until they ar< richly browned a'nd cdnipletelj cooked. ' Whether bakeo. o r fried, gravy is made with equal pro- and flour, (IS'cup each.) Stir flour Into the drippings and add two clips of milk gradually, cook, stirring constantly, . until thickened. then boil for two to three minutes. Cooked salt pork also lends flavor to such vegetables as green beans, potatoes, egg plant, acorn squash or whole kernel corn. Pumpkin Pie Hois Spicy Crust To Vory Traditional Feasting TRADITIONAL ENDING—Vary Thanksgiving dinner's traditional pumpkin pie with a new, spicy crust, .he etlfie of the pan. 1\irn the border under to make a rim around Pumpkin pie is the traditional end to the Thanksgiving feast. But vary that tradition a little by using a spicy pastry Kiel, ruinjikin I'ic Willr Spley I'lc Crust Mix together in large mixing bowl. 3 .tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon. \'-_ teaspoon nutmeg, \{ teaspoon cloves, K tea- the 'ipoon ginger ami ',4 teaspoon salt. Stir in l|3 cup New Orleans type molasses and 1^ cups strained cooked or canned pumpkin. Add I cup milk. Beat together'2 eggs and 1 egg yolk, saving egg witite. Add to pumpkin mixture. Beat egg white until stiff and fold into pumpkin mixture. Pour into 9-inch spicy pastry shell and bake in a hoi oven (425 degrees P.) 45 min i i . • Enameled Utensils Solve The Sickroom Problems When a member of the family comes home from the hospital to convalesce, it is sometimes licccs- sarj' to convert a bedroom into a sort of hospital room. If the patient is confined to bed, it is convenient to use a low. chest as a bedside table. The draivers can be used for such items as cotton, bandages, scissors, medicines, wash basins and bed pans. I/ the sickroom equipment is por- .celain enameledware, the type "that is used i" many hospitals, it ' will be easy to clean. Washing in , soapy water and rinsing, with boiling water will keep it immaculate. utes or until inserted knife comes out clean. Cut a Inrge pumpkin shape from leftover pastry and bake in a hot aven M25 degrees.P.) iiiuil brown. Place in ! center of baked pie. . S|ilcy Pastry tor i'umpkln I'lc Sift together in large mixing bowl 2 cups sifted flour, \\ teaspoon baking soda. ", cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, V? teaspoon cimiarnon, U teaspoon ginger, and M teaspoon cloves. Cut in 2 ; 3 cup shortening. Mix together 1 tablespoon vinegar and 3 tablespoons oraiige ;uice, or any fruit juice you may have on hand. Acid to pastry and mix liglit.ly with a fork Roll dough !!, inch thick nnd line a 9-inch pie pan with the pastry :lu> pan. Press rim between thumbs and forefinger to make scalloped edge. Pecan pie is another good dessert idea. Here's the recipe which Mrs. Noble J. Johnson, wife of the representative from Indiana, gave to the Congressional Club Cook Book. 1'ccaii }'in (Serves G) Three eggs (well beaten) M cup cu'k brown sugar, li cup granulated sugar, 1 ctip light corn syrup, \\ teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2 tablespoons'melted butter, 1 cup pecans. . Combine eggs, sugar, syrup, salt and melted butter. Mix well. Add vanilla and pectins. Bake in unbaked pastry shell about 40 minutes ill slow oven (325 degrees F.) Seafood Festival Features Recipes Of Woman's Club With 'fish and seafood gaining more and. more places on American tables, the annual National Seafood Festival at. Hampton, Va., takes on significance. The purpose —to remind the rest of the United Siaies about the wonderful fish and shellfish and recipes for them that come out of Virginia. The Festival'Is sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club, which publishes the "Seafood Cook Book." Collected from women who live in Hampton and neighboring towns, the recipes include favorites for crabs, clams, oysters, croakers, shad and shrimp, although most shrimp, the book explains, come from waters : further south. Here are two from "Seafood Cook Book" —recipes which, because of o u i modern methods of freezing and canning fish and shellfish, and oui su'iH means of transportation, can be used by anyone in the United States: . ;Scalloped Oysters (Serves 6) One quart oysters, I'l. cups cracker or bread crumbs, salt, pep"^', !j cup butter or fortified tiuir- jarlne, i>3 cup milk - plus oyster liquor. £j* • Drain oysters and reserve liquor. Place oysters in buttered baking dish alternately with layers of crumbs. Sprinkle aach layer with salt, pepper and small ; pieces of butler. Moisten''with milk and oyster liriuor. The top layer should be crumbs. Bake 30 minutes In hot oven (400 degrees p.). Dci'JIed Crahi 1 [Serves 4) Otie a n d three-quarters cups cooked crabmeat or 2 6 1 ,;:-ounce cans crabme.it, 2 hard-cooked eggs, diced; i'i cup 'bread crumbs. 4 tablespoons green pepper, chopped; 2 tablespoons flour, I cup milk, 1 tablespoon parsley, chopped; >A teas|Kion dried mustard, 1 tcas|joon Negro is Elected Judge By Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Voters PITTSBURGH, Nov. 10. </)>}—Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) elected Us first Negro Judge—by a 10.000 vote majority—In Tuesday's elections. He Is Homer S. Brown, veteran Democratic state legislator, who won election (o common pleas court. He defealed the incumbent. Judge Harry N. Jones,'Republican. Brown, a native of Huntlngton, W.Va., is a gradiiale of Virginia Union University and the University of Pittsburgh. Ho was admitted to the bar In 1922. Hroivn said he would resign itn- medlalely from Hie state legislature In which he has served 14 years. About 37 per cent of Austria Is covered by forests, mostly spruce. salt, white, black and red pepper, 1 teaspoon lemon Juice. Flake crabmeat into bowl. Add diced hard-cooked eggs and 2 tablespoons bread crumbs. Melt 2 tablespoons butler In saucepan. Add chopped pepper and onion and saute until butter Is slightly brown. Remove pan from heat blend in flour. Gradually add milk and stir until smooth. Hcturn to heat, cook until thick, about ; minutes. Add parsley,f dry mustard salt, a dash of white, black and red pepper and lemon juice. Mix sauce with crabmeat, find heal through. Spoon Into greased crab shells or ramekins. Add . a dab o butter and sprinkle remaining crumbs on each dish. Drown untie broiler. Little Rock's Med Center to Set U.S. Aid LITTLE ROCK, NOV. 10-(/P>~ First priority on fed«r»l hospital construction money available lo Arkansas in 1951 probably will go o tlic proposed state medical cen- or here. Such priority was approved Tuesday by (lie Arkansas Hospital Advisory Committee. The committee also set up a fmmuln under which Arkansas recipients of federal aid would put up ?4 lor every W o[ federil money. Until recently local sources had put. up $2 for $1. Both actions of the committee are subject to approval by (he State Boa I'd of Health at lU meet- Ing here today. The advisory committee was advised that Arkansas will be able to net ncurly $'^3.000,000 111 federal nld by 1055. It listed these communities and hospitals ns having applied for federal money under the new, Hbei'allv.ed match- ig plan: UUlc Rock. St. Vincent's Infirmary, sou additional beds, estimated cast $5,289.75(1 (M). El Dorado. 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