The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1954 · Page 12
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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN Snacktime 'Savor/ Is Good Summer Idea By CECILY BKOWNSTUNE Associated Press Food Editor SERVE A SAVORY when you bring guests cool porch or garden refreshment this summer. In England a "savory means "a small dish or a course, usually served at the end of a dinner in contrast to the sweet, consisting of a highly seasoned concoction." Americans serve their savories as afternoon or evening pickups, or before a meal — any time, that is, except as a last course at dinner! In England, too, a savory may mean something as elaborate and filling as a cheese fondue; in the United States, we are more likely to use the word for well-seasoned spreads or other foods served on a base of toast, crackers or pastry. Market shelves are full of possibilities for savories and kipper snacks, from Norway, are one of the most interesting and inexpensive of these. Recently we made three different savories from these thrifty kipper snacks with pleasing results. Here are the recipes. CREAM CHEESE AND KIPPER SAVORIES Ingredients: One 3 : /4-ounce can Norway kipper snacks, 2 table- spoon* mayonnaise or mayonnaise- type relish sandwich spread, 8 slices bread, butter or margarine, 2 tablespoons tomato catchup. Method: Lift kippers from oil in can carefully; scrape off skin with small sharp knife; mash kippers. Add mayonnaise; mix thoroughly. Makes & cup. Toast bread lightly and spread with butter at once. Quickly spread each toast with 1 tablespoon of the kipper mixture; cut each toast slice into 3 finger lengths. Dribble ft teaspoon of catchup down center of each toast finger. Serve at once; or keep warm short length of time. Makes 24 savories. Note: If desired, remove crusts from toast before spreading with kipper mixture. BOILED KIPPER SAVORIES Ingredients: One 3 V* -ounce canj Norway kipper snacks, 16 square salted crackers (2 by 2 inches),' butter or margarine, 3 small tomatoes, *4 pound ready-sliced cheddar cheese, paprika. Method: Lift kippers from oil in can carefully; scrape off skin with small sharp knife; flake with, a fork. Butter crackers; sprinkle each with about i teaspoon "flaked kipper; top with a slice of tomato and a small square of cheese; dust with paprika. Broil until cheese melts. Serve at once. Makes 16 savories. This Salad Good For Warm Days Here's a delightful salad to serve on a warm summer day. BACON AND EGG SALAD Ingredients: 6 hard-cooked eggs, 4 slices crisply cooked bacon, V*. cup finely diced celery, Vi cup sweet pickle relish, 1 tablespoon grated onion, y t cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon sweet pickle liquid, salt, pepper, celery salt, salad greens. Method: Dice eggs into mixing bowl; crumble bacon and add with celery, pickle relish and onion; mix lightly but throughly. Chill. FOR TASTE GOODNESS ROHCO MACARONI (SPAGHETTI PURE EGG NOODLES Just before serving, blend mayonnaise and pickle liquid; pour over salad and toss lightly. Saeson to taste with salt, pe. .jer and e»lefy salt. Serve on crisp salad green*. Makes 4 to 6 servings. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT USE A KERATOLYTIC BECAUSE— It SLOUGHS OFF the tainted out«r skis, to expose burled rung! and kills it on contact. Get this STHONG, kera- tolytic fungicide, T-4-L. at any drug store. If not pleased IN O3fE HOtTft. your 40c back. Now at Kirby Broe. Drug Co. Pineapple HARTEX SLICED A real Treat for the whole Family KROGER SALAD Dressing KROGER Gum Drops 16 01. Jar 28 in Pkg. 39c No. 2 Cans KROGER SLICES Orange REAL GOLD BASE VAN CAMP PORK& BEANS j Cans Hr^r v 28 in Pkg. SWANSON'S SWIFT'S 3?c T.Y. Dinners each89c Ice (ream Gal. 89c 2 COUNTRY CLUB 6 ox. Cans mm m mw mw • • v m • •v.'w* M • -^ ^&^r V 1^1 IX • ^f »m ' 37c Sl'berries 2pkgU9c Butter Lb. Pkg. KROGER Grapefruit Juice AVONDALE TOMATOES 2 AVON DALE CUT BEETS « WILSON'S Chopped Beef WILSON'S MOR WILSON'S HASH CORNED BEEF "«r WOODBURY f AAn y* Price SOAP *•' oz. can 33c KROGER lOc ASPARAGUS 2 £ lit 39* Steak v>VX "v\ v^ w^ \ ^ w.\ ROUND OR SIRLOIN Ib. I Rib Steak Lb. 49e C Boiling- Beef lb.19e Ground Beef 303 Can WILSON'S LAUREL PAN DRESSED 3 12 oz. Cans 72 ox. .can 45 WOODBURY SOAP £ HUMKO SHORTENING FROST-IT FROSTING 4 W1LSOIVS LAUREL PAN DRESSED SLICED BACON lb 550 H&HWHITING 2 lbs 250 SWIFT'S PREMIUM READY FOR THE OVE" T SLICED BACON 690 FISH STICKS CORN KING WILSON'S CERTIFIED SLAB BACON lb 490 PORKSAUSAGE SLICED GOOD WITH PORK LIVER Ib 290 SALAMI 390 490 ALL MEAT Can ALL MEAT DOFESTIC QUALITY BOLOGNA lb 390 RABBITS 'trl 25 All Flavors IDEAL Dog Food KROGER BLENDED JUICE KROGER FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 4 4 Tall Jft sj 49c HOT SMALL THIS 35 -sin $ r WIENER BUNS PKG. OF 8 190 MOT MEDIUM THIS 3<f-*m 46 oz. Can 6-oz. Cans •acn Pkg. 35? 39? '•A f GIANT 27 .SIZE BUT GIANT THIS 27-SIZI CANTALOUPES SPOTLIGHT ; : U. S. No. 1 Washed Coffee • ib. 99c - - 3 ibs. $2.92 Red Potatoes BRIGHT WESTERN 10 Ib. Bulk Kraft Bag 45c jiie ban with coupon in Ihrt* banded bori. CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP PALMOLIVE SOAP with coupon in giant pock* <M)t of Vtl. Free Dinnerware! Add an attractive Fruit Dish to your Dinnerware Set with each purchase of $10 or more at your friendly Kroger store in Blytheyiile, Ark. Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort COLGATE DENTAL CREAM Giant S/xe "Cleans your breath while it deans your teeth' r«od as they realy are... BURNS and ALLEN and CHILDREN fa Ttw AUGUST

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