The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1954 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 29, 1954
Page 11
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Clown. Cake M akes Hit At 'Small-Fry' Party By CECBLY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor ADVICE TO MOTHERS: turn kitchen artist and make a wonderful clown cake for a small-fry party. A friend of ours first encountered this cake at a preschool Lemon Chiffon Pie Is Favorite of Californians THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 By GAYXOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor While we drove through fragrant lemon groves in Southern California, we picked up some good hints for fresh lemons in recipes. See if you agree they are good. Lemon Chiffon Pie with Raspberries Four egg yolks, \' 2 teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel, \i> cup lemon juice, ] /2 cup sugar, tablespoon plain gelatin, \ 4 cup cold water, 4 egg whitees, cup sugar, 1 cup whipping cream, resemble body. Invert extra semi-' B eat egg yolks slightly, add salt, sweet chocolate pieces on frosting lemon peel lemon jui " ce aud ^ cracker pie shell. Swirl remaining thick orange marmalade. whipped cream around edge of pie. Garnish with raspberries or other fruit. Graham Cracker Crust One ana one-quarter cups graham cracker crumbs, crushed fine, J /4 cup melted butter or margarine. Stir melted butter or margarine into graham cracker crumbs. Pat mixture firmly with a spoon against the bottom and sides of a 9-inch Blend all ingredients and whip until fluffy. Serve soon after making. It's easy to remove the skin from a boiled smoked tongue from its cooking liquid when it is tender. Cut off the root end with its bone and gristle. Using a small sharp knife slit- the underside of the skin from the root end to the tip of the pie pan to form a pie shell. Bake I tongue; with the blade of the knife for polka dots on suit. Force Chocolate Frosting through narrow opening of caked ecorator to outline clown, making facial features and costume detail. Use sourball hard candies for balloons. Make birthday party. After we tried it 16 to 20 servings. in ou-r own kitchen, and it was taste-Bested with glee by both young and old, we had a notion to FLUFFY WHITE FROSTING Put 2 unbeaten egg whites, 1V 2 cups sugar, dash of salt, y 3 cup water and 2 teaspoon? light corn send it traveling. First you bake a conventional j syrup in the top of a double boiler; butter-type cak*—me light choco- j stir well. Place over rapidly boil- late variety youngst***; lik-c—in aujiiig water and beat with sturdy obloog pan, and cover the cake j hand rotary beater or electric mix- with a fluffy white frosting. Youjer until frosting will stand in stiff probably have made this frosting j peaks — this will take from 4 to before, but we are giving you the! 6 minutes, depending on type of re<s«pe for convenience sake. Next j beater. Remove from water and step is to mark off the clown shape, add 1 teaspon vanilla: beat until with more of the white frosting, j thick enough to spread, using a cake decoratoi. Now youj CHOCOLATE DECORATING pile some of the fluffy frosting in-] FROSTING side the clown to make him fat! Melt one-half of a 6-ounce pack- and billowy. At this point a thin j age (]- 2 cup) semisweet chocolate line of chocolate frosting goes j pieces and ly* teaspoons shorten- aroimd the clown so there is no j ing over hot (not boiling) water mistaking him. Finally, morsels of Remove from heat. Stir in 3 ta- semisweet chocolate polka-dot his blespoons evaporated milk and '/•> suit, and five "sourball balloons" c-jp sifted confectioners' sugar" float aloft in each hand. Or use beat until smooth, red and green maraschino cher- cup sugar. Cook over hot water until thick (about 5 minutes). Remove from heat. Add gelatin soaked in y« cup cold water. Stir until dissolved. Cool. Beat egg whites until stiff. Add y z cup sugar gradually. Beat 1 minute longer. Fold into cooked mixture. Whip the cup of whipping cream, j and fold -4 into filing. Pile lightly into cooked, cooled 9-inch graham in 375 degrees oven for 15 minutes. Cool and fill. Orange Cream Cheese Dressing (Makes 1' cup) One 3 - ounce package cream cheese, 1 tablespoon sugar, 2 tablespoons orange juice, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 or 2 tablespoons loosen the skin around the thick root end. Now pull the skin away from the tongue. Mayonnaise Idea Good with Ham Mayonnaise, fixed this way, and served with a pineapple salad is a perfect companion for ham. PINEAPPLE SALAD WITH MUSTARD MAYONNAISE Ingredients: One number 2 can (1 pound and 4 ounces) pineapple chunks, romaine, J /2 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon Bahama-type mustard, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, paprika. QUICK QUIZZES Method: Drain pineapple; reserve syrup to use in a cold drink or sauce. Arrange pineapple on romaine on four individual salad Processed cheese spreads range | plates. Stir mayonnaise, mustard in flavor from mild to sharp. 1 and lemon juice together vigorous- jly until smooth; spoon over pine- Read Courier News Classified Ads. | swings™* With paprika " Makes 4 Tastes great in the morning, At noon or at night? M TERMED Bruce Terminix Company Of | of [ in- ls, I ?-| |reen ries, as ou<r teenage nephew did, when he helped decorate our cake, j To carry out tfee circus theme at j yottr small-fry party, you might! have the youngsters play '-Pin the TaH on the Circus Animal." course, the winner gets a box of animal crackers. We know the pin- the-tail game is as old as the hills, but we have yet to see a preschooler who didn't adore it. So put your blase ideas aside and let the "kids take over. Small dime-store animals will make fine favors for the party table. Or you can decorate paper cups with animal cutouts and fill ttiem -with sourballs. If you serve sandwiches before the cake, you might cut raisin bread into animal shapes with a eook-ie cutter and tint cream cheese pink for the filling. And don't, under any circumstances, forget the pink lemonade! Pour it into decorative mugs, if you have some, or use paper cups: in either case add candy-stick stirrers. CLOWN CAKE 2 cups sifted cake flour. 1 teaspoon baking powder, y z teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon saK, one 6-ounce package (1 cup) semisweet chocolate pieces, y z cup butter or margarine. 1 cup sugar, 2 yolks. 1 whole egg, 1 cup milk, White Frosting, Chocolate _ Frosting, extra semisweet chocolate pieces, 10 small sourbalds. Method: Grease the bottom of a baking a-nd roasting pan (about 15 by I0'i£ by 2V 4 inches or about 13 by 9 by 2V 4 inches measured across the top); line the bottom with waxed paper: grease the paper and pan sides. -Sift together the fiou-r, baking powder, baking'soda and salt. Melt 6 ounces chocolate over hot (not boiling) water. Beat in egg yolks and whole egg thoroughly. Cream butter and sugar Add sifted flour alternately to creamed mixture with milk. Stir in melted chocolate until smooth. Turn Into prepared pan. Bake in i moderate (350 degrees) oven 351 minutes. Place pan on rack to j cool. Tu*n out of pan onto large! board covered with aluminum! foil: strip off paper. Frost with i Fluffy White Frosting, reserving & of the frosting for clown decoration. To make clown, force reserved frosting through cake decorator to make clown outline: pile rest of frosting inside outline to Just Chill, Bake This Cookie Memphis, Tenn_ P. O. Box 127 9 Phone 62-3531 GATEWAY GROCERY ARMOUR PURE LARD • • • ARMOUR STAR PORK SAUSAGE • GOLDEN RICK OLEO - - - PINTO BEANS Ib. .33< No. 300 3 '-Ity ALIENS No. 300 STRAWBERRIES - - - 31< FRANCO-AMERICAN, No. 303 SPAGHETTI - - - - RECIPE OF THE WEEK EXTRA SPECIAL! O range Icebox Dessert Bra&dcaftt July 17, 1954- Vi cup Pet 6-oz. can frozen Evaporated Milk orange juice 1 envelope concentrate uaflavored gelstia 8 vanilla sandwich Vi cup cold -water cookies, ^broken Vi cup sugar into id-inch pieces Vs teaspoon sak Put milk into ice oibe tray of refrigerator. Chill until ice crystals begin to form around edges. Soften gelatin in Yt cup water in a 2-quart bowl. Mix sugar, salt and V4 cup water in a small saucepan. Heat to boiling, then add to softened gelatin and stir until gelatin dissolves. Mix in orange juice concentrate. Chili until slightly thicker than unbeaten egg whites. Pur ice cold milk into a cold IVi-quarr bowl and whip with cold rotary beater by hand, or with electric beater at high speed, until stiff. Then fold into chilled orange mixture along with cookies. Chili until firm. Makes 4 servings. We Carry A Complete Line of Frozen Foods Fresh Country EGGS DOZ, Selected Grade A EGGS DOZ. 1C Jack Sprat Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice 46-oz. CAN G Shop in Air Comfort Chill this cook-ie croueii. then slice and bake. MOLASSES CANDY COOKIES Ingredients: i, 4 cup dark molasses, J ; cup sugar, J 2 cup shortening, 2 cups sifted flour, '. £ teaspoon casing soda. y 2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon ginger. 34 teaspoon cinna-j mon. V 4 teaspoon nutmeg, *:, cup finely chopped nuts, 1 tablespoon ciaer vinegar, 2 tablespoons hot water. Method: Put molasses, sugar and shortening in a saucepan; heat just to boiling point, stirring until sugar is dissolved; cool thoroughly Sift together flour, soda, salt and spices. Add molasses mixture, nuts vinegar and water; stir well, (it may be necessary to add a bit more water.) Shape dough in two rolls, each 2 inches in diameter Wrap m waxed paper. Chill 4 hours; unwrap. Slice '/ 8 -mch thick using sharp knife and gentle sawing motion. Bake on ungreased cookie sheet in moderate (375P) oven 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Makes 6 to 7 dozen cookies. 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