The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 30, 1950
Page 15
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.THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1950 ShrimpAAullandCoconutlglobsHelp Christmas Table to Be Outsandina BT CECILY BKOWNSTONE ,*A ,!.„.. i.. ..^ —..^ ...j . . ^ BLYTHEVrU.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BT CECILY BBOHNSTONE AMoeUted Prtti To* Editor Here are two fine reclpei for a lime and then be reheated and served over that wonderful product —pre-cooked rice. I know of no addition to pantry shelves that . . , does betler service than this rice be prepared ahead of' lt'» *o quick and easy to prepare .JIM supper p«rty. Adapted from an old recipe, the ' shrimp Mull You Can't Make Own Plans lor War, Food Leader Says By GAVNOK MADDOX NKA Food and Market* Editor NEW YORK -(NBA)— "We can no more protect ourselves individually than we can fight a war Individually," warjied Robert B. Smallwcxxf, president of Thomas J. Upton, Inc.. and Continental Foods. In an exclusive interview to his Ritz Tower office In New York, lie said: "As I see It. the'most patriotic and at the same time the most practicaTcourse for every American today is to go about his business normally, it ts increasingly futile for.,Individuals to make perwnal Iiliris for war. : "Nevertheless, we ''Jan see some men and women frantically making plans to protect themselves and their families against A-bpmbs. Others, privately as well as in business, are secretly trying to jet a jump ahead of their neighbors and competitors in case a war should break out." he added. "The recent rush to hoard food was an example of the evils iti trying to make personal plans for war." We-drink 21 billion cups of lea annually in the United states. Smallsvood's company, under his leadership, has risen to the dominant place in the tea Industry with more volume than its two nearest competitors combined. jjkrtatnly. if war should break ou^-/or business would be affected. In the last war the government ordered .the tea industry to cut to 60 per cent of normal because of shipping shortages," he said. "But today our business hasn't been affected so far and our policy is to carry on as usual." The war situation In Korea has had no depressing effect on his business nor if It likely to. according,to this .international authority. "Korea, Manchuria and Formosa produce'little tea for export. China. one 4 of the largest .tea producing areaa in..the world, needs most of her crops for herself," he explained. "Therefore, any runaway prices on tea because of the news from Korea would be based on hysteria rather than on fa eta." Born 'on an Ohio farm. Smallwood |ts Successor to England's fab- xildus'yachtsman-merchant, the late Sir Thomas LIpton. At present, as chairman of the Tea Council, he hends.'an industry drive for greater me .of, tea. The money comes not only frcm America, but largely from tea Browers In Pakistan^ India, Ceylon, Africa i and the other'tea producing countries. •JA director of the Grocery Manu- tWurers Association, he served actively as » speciil advisor to the director of price control and -rationing during World War IT and in World War I was a battalion ROBKRT P. SMALL WOOD: Hoarding [g ah evil of personal plans. of field artillery In commander France. "When it ts time for us to abandon 'business as usual' and go on a war footing, the government will give the signal. They haven't given that signal yet. Therefore my operating principle Is to carry on, to produce steadily and continue with our customary advertising program." he said. "War hysteria would throw Ihe country off its economic keel. That would weaken us before our enemies " Pork Sausage Is Thrift Food Meat and Baked Beans Delicious Pork 'n beans ts a Yankee Doodle combination lhit'.<i hard to beat. But , there are other good meals which can be deliciously teamed with the baked bean, too. For Instance, here are some meat and baked bean variations T^hich are quick ax well as delicious for busy- day meal preparation. 1. Apple-Bacon bandy— Pour contents of 1 can baked beans into a greased casserole, sprinkle with some grated raw apple, dot with butter or margarine and sprinkle with brown sugar. Add another can of baked beans and sprinkle as above. Top with small pieces of partially cooked bacon and bake in a moderate oven, 350 P. for 30 minutes. 2. Sao- fced Bean Supper— Lightly ' P° UIld ""sage links in br . skill.c. in a greased casserole alternate in layers 2 caiw baked beans, 3 sliced onions and 4 medium tomatoes, sliced, sprinkling each layer with salt and pepper. Lay sausage lints on top and bake in a moderate oven, 350 P., for M minutes. Dinner Diahea Bring pork aausage out of the breakfast and brunch class and serve it often for dinner. Here are some good pork sausage dinner dishes which will save you pennies in these pork plentiful days. 1. Sausage Topped Kraut-Empty the contents of 1 large can of sauerkraut In a greased casserole. Brown 1 pound pork sausage links in a .skillet and arrange on top of kraut. Add 1 cup water to casserole, cover, and bake for 49 minutes at J50 P. Serves .4. ». sausafe Skillet Sleal — Brown 1 pound bulk pork sausage in a skillet with 1 medium onion, chopped. Pour off drippings and stir in 1 cup cooked rice, 1 can tomatoes and mustard, chill powder and salt and pepper to taste. Cover and cook solwly for about half an hour. Serves 4. Cheese souffle tastes particularly good served with buttered spinach and pan-fried pineapple rings or apple slices. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With LirM* Worry Cat. talk, imugii 01 »uerzt without rear of insecure totse teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling F'ABTEETH bolds plates Iirmei and mor-; comlortably This pl*rm»*nt powder has no Rummy gooey, pa*iy ia«« 01 reeling Doesn't cause naus <non-acld> Checki 'plate odor" (denture brenlJaj Oet FASTEETH at any drug stow QUICK y, •ff*<riv« r»Uf from liV» • doctor's JM*t<rIpfirvi. f«cf>~off «< your r*ofl*y COUCH WAIT'S CMEEN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP RELIEF "M-m-m It's Good! Ask Your Grocer For ,B.*B. SAUSAGE It's delicious, country s(yl« pure pork sausage . . . seasoned just right to brirtjr. oul the finest flavor. Try it this wwk. B. & B. SAUSAGE CO. Blyrhcrillc, Ark. and produces juch fluffy, good-to- tat gntru. Add a green s»lad and hot rolli U> tht shrimp for your holiday menu, then «nd wlttr* coconut igloo dessert—snowy white and glamoiously beautiful for holiday parties. Shrimp Mull Ingredients: 3 tablespoons butter or margarUie, \i cup diced onion, 1 small garlic <iove, 1H teaspoon* salt, 1 No. 1 can (2(1 cups) tomatoes, 1 cups water, « cup catsup, Vt teupoon celery seed, dash of tabasco sauw, ;j teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 >i teaspoon pepper, 1 to J teaspoons lemon Juice, i pound raw shrimp (peeled, black vein removed, and cut In two lengthwise), >j cup tine cracker crumbs, 1 package UV1 cups) precooked rice. Method: Melt bulter or margarine In saucepan or large deep skillet; add onion and cook over low iieat a lew minutes. Meanwhile peel teaspoon of Is In fine A Christmas Carol "PAGE by Charles Dickens hadtKcGhMiol Chnstmcn foil token Scrwse by rk« hand Hian tkej were m a small village. G»«d H«or«n!" mi Scrooge. "1 wo< brwf in tkis place! I was a boy here!" The Grwd sliowcd Scrooge rke old boording ^Kcol where Ke laent Ui boyhood Chrislmases, alone. Scrooge vjw himself—a lonely, «ol, for. Irrri. bo*. "Pow bo>!" he wept. TVte was a boy tinging a Cdmt- m« Carol at my door lo»l mgbt. I »fc«<M l%« to have ai«en hi. some- Forget the Ole Waistline and Eat • TV, Ghost rt.eii showed Sfrogew.- self when he w« an apjxenrk* m kindly old Mr. Fczziwig. How «U ' f'ciziwis lo«d OiristmxM port in! Whether our waistlines tan stand it or not, most of us throw dietary discretion to the winds during- the holiday season nncl have a merry old time nibbling away at this and garlic and crush ID the salt until garlic „ ... ,„« shred?. Add to onion with remaining salt, tomatos, water, catsup, celery need, tabasco, Worcestershire and pepper. Cover nnd simmer 1 i hour. Add lemon Juice and shrimp and cook 5 minutes or until shrimps are done tlirough. Add cracker crambs and bring to a boll, stirring comtanMy. Prepare pre-cooked ric< according to directions on package. Serve shrimp over rice. Makes 4 to 6 servings. N'oie: One box of quick-frozen shrimp may be used If desired. Christmas Coconut [(},oog Injredienls: (J cup butter. ',',' cup -sugar, dash ol salt, i egg (separated), ',<• cup drained canned crushed pineapple, ',4 cup broken walnut meats. 24 .large vanilla cookies, 1 cup cream (whipped), I cup shredded coconut. Method: Cream butter; add ju- gar and salt gradually and cream until light and fluffy. Add egg yolk and mix well; now add pineapple and nut meats. Beat egg white until stiff and fold in. Spread mix- The best way to check the oven ture between cookies and stack 3 temperature is to use a portable to a serving, chill several hours i°^ en thermometer. One ' that is fn refrigerator. About 1 hour before I small a n d compact is designed either to stand on, or hang from the oven shelf. It takes up little space and will not interfere with the arrangement of baking pans. This thermometer has a round clock-like face with temperatures shown. In large black figures. It U encased in black metal, with chrome trim, to protect the thermostatic coil from grease and moisture. . • Holiday Baking Should Be Started Early Soon now. It will be time to bake •rich fruit cakes and store them away'to mellow for the Holidays, ft will be a real help to have them out of the way. too, before It's lime to start baking cookies and other Christmas treats. All holiday baking will be easier and .the. results more perfect If the oven ten-.perature is exactly what is. called for . In the various recipes. If the oven has no i,her- mostst, It is almost impossible to guess the temperatures. Even ovens with thermostatlc controls may be inaccurate and should be checked frequently. serving, frost top and sides of each stack with whipped cream and sprinkle with coconut. Chill again. Makes a servings. Stainless Steel Used For Meat Thermometer A new meat thermometer that's non-breakable Is now available at housewares counters. Made of shiny stainless steel, Ihe thermometer has a pointed stem which can be pressed directly Into the thickest part of the roast without the bother of making skewer. preliminary hole with A round, clock-like face . , shows temperatures and Instructions for .roasting lamb, veal, pork and beef to the desired rare, medium or well-done stages. Barbecued Cube Steaks To barbecue cubed steaks, first dredge the steaks In seasoned flour, then brown on both sides in lard or drippings. Add chowjed onion and brown lightly. Add 'a barbecue tender. Total cooking about 30 minutes. . «"* 5kwl » " 11U1 that, you'll want to have some templing snacks on hand during the holkinys to offer your guests. Pastry dainties, such ius liny open- face tarts and turnovers, arc n treat you'll be proud to serve nl snacktime. Pass them on a pretty paper doily pieced on your favorite company plalc. Make the nnstry for these dainties with Inrd, Ihe shortening which saves you pennies and always gives "A glass of 'sherry with" » such flaky, nicU-ln-tlic-iiioutli re-/worm In it," Killed Majtlne, suits. To make open-fnce tarls, roll! screamed." Hollywood Continued from Page B they met Errol at tile corner of Hollywood and Vine loaded down with gags from a trick store. "Forty dollars worth," said Pattl. "He was like n kid sluing on a firecracker. Sucli excitement. Nothing would do but Itml we come home with him nnd sec all the gags." pastry ',i inch thick nnd line liny innlvitlunl tart shells; or use muffin pans and bring pastry only part way up the sides, so tarts will not be too deep. In Die bottom of each place a tablespoon of jam or preserves. Top this with a spoonful of coconut meringue made by beating an egg white until moderately stiff, adding 1 tablespoon sugar and \\ cup coconut. Bake In a 409 P. oven 15 to 20 minutes or until pastry is lightly brown. Hamburger Holds Family's Eye On Holidays It's the Jingle bell season—(line for nil the bustle that everyone complains about but secretly enjoys, economy In meal --- .... of the answers fn the form of good tasting beef dishes. Beet ts on the market In good supply these days and Is adaptable to a variety of dishes to keep your menus Interesting. Here's a tested recipe. Two of them ground tcef dishes. SAVORY HAMBURGERS 1 pound ground beef 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons cream or evaporated milk 2 tablespoons chill sauce I tablespoon Worcestershire sauce Combine ingredients, form Into patties and brol! or fry In R jitde hot fat. (Catsup may be used in place of chill sauce.) "The telephone with water squirting out of It," laughed Laverne. "It was a howl.' 1 One of these days they'll be getting around to waxing a (lock of calypso tunes with Errol. "He brought them back from Ja- umlca am! they're great inatcrln! if Errol will Just clc.w lliern tin " Maxlne said. The sisters are still uneasy over their experience as celluloid queens bnck.ln the days when Dennna Dur- bln was the queen of Universal. "Big screen credits," Patty shuddered. "They'd flash Ihe Andrews Sisters in Mils or thnt on the screen Then there would be a dissolve to a boy and n girl. Half nn hour Inter we'd come running out of the cornfield yelling, 'oh, a inanl' Thnt's the only Hue they ever gave us. it had no connection with the picture." Maxine: "r/iej- (rferl In make us look like Deanna. Everybody on the lot had to. Ijiler we did a picture for Warners anil they tried to make Jo make us look like Alexis Smith. The only plcfure In which we're looked like ourselvrs anr] not Abraham Lincoln was 'The Road to Rio'" Lnverne: "The Harvard Lumpoon once voted us the most horrible discoveries of the year. They said they couldn't tell us from the Rltz Brothers. They were right, too" They're avoiding TV until some- nody can prove to them that they won't frighten the kiddies In the front parlors. "We move around no mrch and that's: a problem for the TV cnm- cras." Pattl .shrugged. "You know why we move around? Somebody Hot Liver Sausage Prepare a quick hot main dish with rcariy-to-scrve liver sausage Have the nient sliced about y. |u c h thick. Place the slices on vour'broll- cr rack, brush with milted fat, then Insert the rack so that the top of the meat is 2 Inches from the heat. Drown on one side, turn and brown on the other side. This will lake only about 5 minutes. The ribbon or oar fish Is sometimes taken for a sea monster. once dropped an egg from the cal- wnlk while we were on the stage. Now we move around so that wo won't be easy targets." Lnverne polished her diamonds. "Yep," she will, "fo r n M |,||e Me were afraid we Mere going to have to work behind screens like the Cherry sisters." 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