BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS This Peach Dessert Is a Two-Way Affair By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor THIS PEACH DESSERT is a two-way affair. If your budget is on your mind, serve the peaches with their coconut filling "as is". Then when kitchen finances al low you to go all out, doll up the peaches with our Orange Custard accompaniments". By that we mean small bowls of ground roasted peanuts, chopped hard-cooked egg, crumbled crisply cooked ba- son, chutney or sweet pickle rel- company them with angelfooc cake. (You can make the cake from scratch, use a mix or buy it.) Use this de luxe version of the peach dessert when you are having company. A peach dessert such as this one is divine after curry, and here is one of our favorite menus. You'll notice that we have listed "curry Sunday Dish A Week Day Economy: By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Here's a Sunday dish with a •week day price. Mrs. Tom Manne of Bellair, Long Island, urged us to try it. The recipe has an Italian background. Her husband, head butcher a* New York City's noted Mayfair Market, taught us how to prepare the meat for stuffing. He ie»ected a long, well-seasoned atrlf) of flank steak (one of the mo«t in^jepensive be«f cuts) and trimmed off the fat. Then with hi* sharp knife he cut down through the strip, making a long, deep pocket nearly the width of the strip. The steak then looked vary much like an empty stocking. Into this long, wide pocket goes Mrs. Mamie's unusual stuffing. She breaks f-resh eggs into a buttered saucepan, together with salt and freshly ground black pepper, coarsely cut parsley and a large amount of grated Kalian Parmesan cheese. She then scrambles the eggs •lightly and turns them into the pocket. She sews up the pockets and browns the steak on both sides in olive oil or other cooking fat. Ne*t she pours Italian tomato spaghetti sauce over the steak in a large heavy pan and simmers it for two or three hours until tender. To serve, she slices across the steak with slanting strokes. ish. This assortment, we found, tastes particularly have good with <a curry featuring shrimp. CURRY SUPPER WITH FRESH PEACH DESSERT Curried Shrimp Steamed Rice Curry Accompaniments Green Salad Crisp Rolls Stuffed Peaches (De Luxe Variation) STUFFED PEACHES Ingredients: 6 peeled ripe freestone peach halves, 6 tablespoons sugar (scant), 4 tablespoons butter, l /z~ cup moist shredded coconut. " Method: Place peach halves, cavities up, in shallow baking dish. Put a tablespoon of sugar and a slice of butter into each peach cavity. Heap coconut on top of peaches. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven about 15 minutes or until coconut is lightly, browned and peaches are heated through. Makes 6 servings. De Luxe Variation: Serve the hot peaches on slices of angelfood cake; top with Orange Custard Sauce and slightly sweetened whipped . cream. ORANGE CUSTARD SAUCE Ingredients: 2 eggs or 4 yolks, y z to 2/3 cup sugar, % teaspoon salt,} 2 cups milk (scalded), 1 teaspoon HEAVENLY LIME PIE, made the Lakeland, Fla,, way, is a hot weather blessing-, for Summertime Enjoyment, Serve This Florida Lime Pie By GAYNOK MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Prom Lakeland, Fla., Sue and Paul Patterson give us two unusual/recipes using fresh limes. Florida produces half a million boxes leaf, teaspoon basil, teaspoon rosemary, teaspoon salt, teaspoon pepper, 1 medium onion, chopped, 2 medium onions, sliced, 1 green pepper, sliced, 1 4-ounce can mushrooms, drained. of limes every year — seedless i Have lamb shoulder cut in IV;.shiny green blessings for summertime enjoyment. Heavenly Lime Pie (Yield: 1 9-inch pie) Twelve lady fingers, 1 envelope unflavored gelatin, 1 cup sugar, divided, 5 eggs, separated, y 2 teaspoon grated lime rind. For lady finger pie shell, split lady fingers. Cut y z inch off end of lady fingers; stand, cut side down, around edge of 9-inch pie plate. Put remaining whole lady fin; a ^a, l^h ^T nulmeg, ITS j 5^.1* Piece, evenly in bottom spoon finely grated orange rind. Method: Beat eggs slightly; mix with sugar and salt. Stir in about one-third of the hot milk. Add this mixture to remaining hot milk in top of double boiler. Place over hot (not boiling) water; cook and stir constantly until mixture thickens and coats a silver spoon. If whole eggs were used, strain. Stir nutmeg and orange If desired, additional in vanilla, rind. Chill. coarsely grated orange rind may be sprinkled over the top of the sauce. Makes about 2y 2 cups sauce. of pie plate. Mix together gelatin and V 2 cup of the sigar in top of double boiler. Beat egg yolks slightly; stir in water and lime juice. Add to gelatin mixture. Place over boiling water and cook, stirring constantly, until gelatin is dissolved and mixture is slightly thickened. Add lime rind. Chill until mixture is slightly thicker than tlje consistency of unbeaten egg whjite. Beat egg whites until stiff, but not dry. Gradually add remaining y 2 cup sugar and beat until very stiff. inch cube's. Blend salad oil, lime juice, seasonings and chopped onion in bowl. Add lamb cubes; let stand 5 hours, or overnight. Drain. Cut onions in V 4 -wch slices and green pepper in y^-inch rings. Alternate cubes of lamb on skewers with onion slices, mushrooms and pepper rings. Preheat broiler 10 minutes: place kebabs on rack 3 inches from heat, broil about 20 minutes, turning once. Tangy Trick Add a dash of Worcestershire sauce to cream sauces and creamed dishes for extra flavor. Many sandwich fillings and salad greens take sauce, too. -to Worcestershire After dinner last Sunday we read & new book called "Dining Out in American Cities" by Raymond Ewell. Mr. Ewell is a recognized gourmet and wine connoisseur who has traveled widely in the TJ., S. He records in this 226-page paperbound book hie judgments of th best restaurants HI the larger ci ties, what,they look like, and thei most outstanding' dishes. He als givte a word or two about th managers and the general pric range. This book will be a reliabl guide on yb»r automobile vacation Clam Cocktail Cool Refreshing Here's a cool and refreshing first ourse. ROSY CLAM COCKTAIL Ingredients: 1 cup tomato juice, one 8-ounce bottle clam juice, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 'reshly ground pepper. Method: Have tomato juice and clam juice chilled. Mix with lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce. Add pepper to taste. Makes about 3 cups—use about y 2 cup for each serving in -small juice glasses. Makes 4 servings. , ^ egg yolk mixture into egg i whites. Carefully pile into prepared shell. (Mixture should be thick enough to hold its shape.) Chill until firm. If desired, garnish with whipped cream. Lamb Kebabs in Lime Marinade (Yield: 6 .servings) Two pounds boned lamb shoulder, % cup salad oil, cup % Florida lime juice, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, & teaspoon thyme, 1 bay Serve RONCO spaghetti * macaroni pure egg noddles _- Party sandwich spread: chopped chicken mixed with finely chopped blanched almonds and mayonnaise Season with a little onion juice, salt, and freshly-ground pepper. Use one slice of whole-wheat bread, one slice of white bread for each big sandwich; then remove crusts and cut into strips. Read Courier News Classified Adi Here's Chicken Bread Recipe CHICKEN BEEAD Xntfredfentc: 1 cup slfted-flour, cup enriched corn meal, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, % cup shortening, 2/3 cup milk. Method: Sift together flour, corn meal, baking powder and salt- Cu 1 In shortening until mixture re sembles corse crumbs. Add milk mixing lightly only until mixtur is dampened. Add a little more milk if necessary to make a soft dough Turn out on lightly floured board and knead gently a few seconds Roll out to 3/8-inch thickness; cut into diamond shapes, round or squares. Place in th« skillet m winch the chicken was fried, leaving only a small amount of fat in the pan Cook over moderate heat until delicately browned on underside. Turn and cook . on other side. This will take about 8 minutes. Serve at once with butter and fried chicken. Makes 6 servings. Goes Away Nagf ing backache, loss of pep and energy, headaches and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function is very important to good health. When some everyday condition, such as stress and strain, causes this important function to slow down,many folks suirertiBK- _inff backache—feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may c-useKcttinffupnigiht»orfrequentp««88refl. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. 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Use this entry blank, any sheet of paper or an entry blank from yoiir SunCrest dealer. Entries judged op basis of originality, sincerity and aptness of thought. Judges' decisions are Noire. l. Duplicate prizes awarded in case of tie*. Cify -State. Simplify Summer Meals with Canned Meats By GAYXOR MADDOX .VEA Food and Markets Editor Gaiety in summer cooking can be the theme of weekend meals at the shore. Mary Crum, young career girl, and two other working companions have a summer house on the Atlantic coast near Asbury Park, N. J. They leave the city Friday afternoon after work and return Sunday night. Canned meats are part and parcel of their Sunday menus for several reasons. The girls are never quite sure how many friends are going to show up. The number of meats opened depends on the group gathered. This way there are no food leftovers on Sunday to bring back to the city. Since beach life is important on Chocolate Gives Pecan Cookies Special Flavor Nuggets of semi-sweet chocolate and pecans give this rich little vanilla cookie special flavor. VANILLA COOKIES DE LUXE Ingredients: l J / 4 cups silted l'mr, t4 teaspoon salt. & cup butter or margarine, V 3 cup sugar, 1 ;gg, y 2 teaspoon vanilla, ^' 2 cup ;emi-sweet chocolate pieces, whole small pecans. 3-Tethod: Sift together flour and salt. Cream but-er and sugar; beat in egg and vanilla we'll. Stir in flour until smooth, then chocolate pieces. Drop from tip of teaspoon onto greased baking sheet about iy 2 inches apart. Flatten slightly with spatula dipped often in water; press a secan on top of each cookie. Bake in moderate (375 degrees) oven about 10 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. Cool on wire rack; store in tightly covered container. Makes about 3 dozen cookies. Sunday, the girls don't want to spend all their day cooking. 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