The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1950 · Page 17
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Famed Metroplitan Spaghetti Can Be Favorite Dish at Home BLV 1MKV fLLB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS By GAYNOB MADDOX NEA Start Writer "Metropolitan Spaghetti" Is 3 wonderful dish thai has helped make famous the Restaurant Scla- tanl in New Orleans. It Is one of the favorite eating places of New Orleans and guests there have Included outstanding opera stars baseball celebrities and other notables from all over the world, Sclafanl himself, better known as 1 *." not only greets his guests the door hill also manages to ~"^ ' Place Roast Biscuit Blanke Beef Remnants ?«£* *••* 'I 601 On the Table '" C °°' Wca ' her Serve tender slices of tidbits cold, Or if you prefer, heat them care-- — u^. „,.« ...a u manages 10 Iu "y—"° not overheat. To do this, spend n great deal of time In his 1 , . gral ' y or t°ma(o suuce or a kitchen making savory' sauces and "v!! ture °' the u '° to the boll, then s«elng that the spaghetti Is tresh- " le pleces of meat^continue cooked. He has given us two of hlsl? ver . lloat J ust; lon S wough to *iH?e,H ..*,„:«„.. ...i*i*,i~ ,-_<- heat through, and serve at once. prized recipes, which appear below. Metropolitan Spaghetti (6-8 wrvings) Two tablespoons salt., 4 quarts boiling water, 1 pound thin spaghetti, 2 cloves garlic, also sliced thin. ',;• cup snlad or cooking oil, 2 eight-ounce cans tomato sauce] 1 cup water, '(• teaspoon salt. '^ teaspoon tabasco, grated cheddar cheese. Add salt to rapidly boiling water. Gradually add spaghetti as water continues to boil. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender] Drain In colander. In a large heavy skillet, heat oil. Add onions and garlic. Simmer until lightly brown. Add remaining ingredients (exccnt cheese), and simmer 5 minutes. Mix sauce with cooked spaghetti and allow to stand 2 or 3 minutes for flavors to blend. Sprinkle with grated cheese. Serve Immediately. Spaghetti Parmesan (4-6 servirtRS) One tablespoon salt, 3 quarts boil- Ing water. 8 ounces thin spaghetti, Yt cup butter or margarine, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. 3 drops Ta- bisco, salt, 4 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese. Add salt to rapidly tolling water Gradually add spaghetti so that « ^r continues to boll. Cook un- ered, stirring occasionally, until rler. Drain in colander. Add remaining ingredients to cooked spaghetti; mix thoroughly, but gently Cover and let stand for 1 or 3 minutes to bring out the flavors. Serve 'immediately. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicku- sawt.i District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. George M. Duvall," Plaintiff " , «. No. 11,490 Elaine Duvall, Deft. The defendant Elaine Duvall Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in, the caption hereof and answer the' complaint'of the plaintiff George, M. Duvall. ' Dated this 15th day as Novem-j ber, 1960. ' Harvey Morris. Clerk : ' By Ruth Magee, D.C. Percy A. Wrighl. atty. for pllt H. G. Partlow, atty' ad Htem. U|16-22-30-12j7 , srve a once. Another easy way to heat the tender pieces of meat is to toss them into a hot. lightly-greased, fryine pan, turn them quickly, and serve at once. Mushroom sauce would be a very good accompaniment. Prom trimmings and less-tender ef overs of .a roast (or from the laii of a porterhouse steak) make ?™i J ',' Sh hash - b *' Sending the cooked meat with one,' or more medium sized cold cooked potatoes ana a slice or two of raw onion lo season to your taste, then add salt and pepper, and mix all thoroughly with your hands, Mold the mixture into flat cakes Fry cakes slowly to a crusty brown on both sides, using plenty of well- flavored fat from the beef drip- Pings. You many like this hash even better than you did the meat at Its first appearance as roast beef. Ham, Egg Sandwich --i- *••& uuuji wun auces OI gOta- en ham, then cover with.creamy Scrnmhlprt Annr- „.« ^ _*? _ . Biscuit blankets for some of your favorite meals nre Ideal for cooler weather, in making the doufeh for tender meat pie crusts and turnovers, its well to remember that, because of Its superior shortening of biscuit doughs, it's economical power, lard makes the very flakiest too. Here are some intriguing ways to I»P up your fall menus with good meat, and lard-made biscuit combinations 1. Barbecued Sausage Rolls — pan-fry sausage links until partially cooked. Roll out biscuit dough, cut Into rectangular pieces large enough to "blanket" one link and wrap around each sausage Pinch edges together well. Bake in a hot oven 15 to 20 minutes or Slow Roasting of Meals Gives th* Best Results In roasting meals, slow cooking elves the best results. A low onn temperature of from 325 to 350 degrees P. assures juiciness and flavor. And to tell when n roast is cooked exactly right, a meat thermometer s essential. Available now Is a meat thermometer made entirely of stainless slCRl. Designed with a pointed stem which can be pressed Into the meat with n 0 danger of breakage this thermometer has a round, clock-tike face which shows when Iamb, veal, beef and pork are cooked to the desired rare, medium or well- done stages. until brown. Serve with barbecue sauce. 2. Htm wrs _ Roll out biscuit dough Into a large rectangle, about 1/3 inch thick, as for a jelly roll. Spread the rectangle with a mixture of ground moistened with condensed canned mushroom soup. Season with horseradish and mustard to suit taste. Roll up like a jelly roll and cut- crosswise into SEVENTEEN 1-Inch pieces. Lay cut side down on a baking sheet and bake in a hot oven, 425 degree P., lor 15 minutes. Serve with tomato sauce. Mrs. Kabrle Aucoln, 915 North First St., Eunice. Louisiana, is all smiles these days because she feels so good. She says she feels so good because she is taking HADACOL. Mrs. Aucoln was suffering from a deficiency of Vitamins Bl, B2, Niacin and :ron which HADACOL contains. Here is what Mrs. Kabrie Aucoin says about HADACOL: fig have been taking . HADACOL f<l??over a year. Before I started taking HADACOL i had been sick for a long time. My neck, my arms my legs ached most of the time; in fact, I was miserable all over Night time I dreaded because I knew it was time for another restless night Even when I did sleep I-.wou!d twist and turn all night. "It was my 54!h birthday the exact year I heard about the wonders of HADACOL that I started taking it. After the third bottle of HADACOL I felt belter than I had ever felt In my life. The most won- ?h r ! U l , S : 8bOUt HADACOL is that I actually rest when I slcep- snd I do mean sleep. No more lying awake nights. I could rave about the wonders of HADACOL for days °" "id, but this is enough to let other folks know how really marvelous HADACOL ls . The only regret I have about HADACOL Is that I did not have it when I was 25 years old." *•«», Too, Can Be Helped . . . as it has helped thousands of o her fine folks if you have a deficiency of Vitamins Bl B2 Nla- cin and Iron, which HADACOL contains. HADACOL helps build up the hemoglobin content of your blood (when Iron Is needed) to carry these precious Vitamins and Minerals to every organ, and exery part of jour body. I Top big buns with slices of goM- . scrambled eggs and serve one-faced Corned Beef Hash Picnic HAMS»lb.-39c Fresh Dressed FRYERS Lb. 49c Whole or Seedless Raisins Servit Tea Pitted Dates MncgOMOi-SpngheHi your Pantry with "Meal In A Mi»vt« Foods and Save at Krogtr (veryday lowprkesl TREET Grated - For Tempt Salads or Sandwiches Delicately Spiced Packed Luncheon . f, HADACOL a chance today to Wetp you If you sufTcr such deficiencies. Refuse substitutes. Don't ct anyone tell you something else Is just as good." insist on the een- iilne HADACOL. 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