The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hollywood Stars Make Food News 106 Get Together For Recipe Book For DVA Service When 106 movie stars put their best recipes together in a book, that's food news- When the money from sales of the book goe.s lo the Disabled Veterans Service Foundation, that's even better news. So leI's slop for A snack wiU i the •stars, The book "What Cooks in Hollywood" costs Sl.OQ. Order direct from DVA Service Foundation, Box 7170, Chicago 80, Illinois. Here are ft few samples: Duny KajVs Shrimp Creole {Serve* 6» Three pounds fre.s] t shrimp (or 2 cans shrimp), 3 quarts boiling water, life cups vinegar, 2 tablespoons salt,, Hi pups canned tomatoes, u sliced pepjx?r, 1 ihinly- sliccd onion, l ,4 cup fresh or can- neri mushrooms, 2 tablespoons butter, l level tablespoon flour. Boil shrimp 5 minutes In water, vinegar' and salt. For sauce, use separate pan and cook tomatoes, pepper, onion and mushrooms until tender. In another pan, melt butler, add flour and stir until smooth Add thIs to cooked vegetables. Boil 3 minutes. Add slsriutp.-and serve piping hot. Note: It canned slirimp are used, do not cook before adding (he shrimp. King Crosby's Tiirkcv ami Kggs j Serve.* 1) TR-Q slices turkey, 1 teaspoon butter, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon diced onions, !•* cup cream, buttered toast. Place slices of turkey in' buttered baking dish- Break eggs over turkey- Add onion.",. Top with cream. Bake in slow oven (300 degrees P.) for 20 'minutes. Serve on buttered toast, " (Jehe Aulry's Charcoal Broiled Steak* One cuf> olive oil, 2 cloves gar- lie, chopped, dash "paprika, salt, coarse black pepper, 2 drops essence of hickory, small steaks for ' broiling. : Mix oil, garlic and other seasonings in large bowl. Roll steaks in mix-ture until thoroughly coated. Broil over an open grill, using hick- ory'charcoal for fuel. Clever Cooks Conjure Saucy Salmon Sauce The clever homemaker's way of emphasizing tile natural flavor of fish; U to conjure up a delightful sauce. And when the ILsh is salmon, what could be' better than a rich crefCm sauce spiked with chopped hnrd-cooked egg, pickle and a dash of lemon juice? Cook the sauce the right way—In a porcelain enameled double boiler. Tlie' smooth, glass finish of jxrcc- lain enameled utensils cannot af- lect'either the flavor or color of the Joods cooked In them. Furthermore, the easy-to-wash qualities of enam- eletlware save precious minutes at cleah-iip tbne. Try this Piquant Sauce recipe the next time salmon is on the menu. Whether it's salmon steaks, salmon loaf or salmon croquettes, the sauce will add just the right touch of variety and flavor. I'lqunnT Sauce 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 2 tablespoons flour 3-2 teaspoon salt, pepper 1 1-2 cnp milk 2 hard-cooked eggs, finely chopped 1 lablespoon sweet pickle, finely chopped Turkey Stuffing Recalls the Arts Of Good Ole Days Mention stuffing for the Thanksgiving turkey and Gertrude Blair starts thinking fast. Outstanding American food export, wiili n long line of wonderful cooks for ancestors Miss Blair gathers the following recipes from tier memories ol old-fashioned feasts. "Grandmother's Ease nnd Onion Dressing which we regarded so fondly vras one of the easiest lo make, mostly because Grandmother prepared the bread Iji (lie easiest possible way.. She merely dunked, the dry bread In water until well soaked, then .squrcwd it to fluffy dryncss. No crumbs to roll, no bread to cut In cubes. S.l**' :JIK! Onion ]>rf«,shi£ (For 12-jininitl bird) Two loAvrs fserond-dny) briyi'1. 1 tablespoon suit. ','• teaspoon dried rage, rubbed fine, Vi teaspoon eaeli of dried ro.semnry, thyme, mar- Joiam rubbed fine, !i cup minced 1 tea.spoon lemon Juice Melt butter in ton of double boiler over boiling water. Stir In flour, sal', and pepper; Add milk gradually stirring coirstantly. cook until thickened, stirring frequently. Just before serving, add chopped cg'j,a, pickle and, lemon juice, serve hoi over salmon steaks, loaf or croquettes. Makes about 2 uup.s. parsley, 1 cup celery leaves »nd top slems, cut. line, 1 cup finely cnt onions, is cup melted drippings or butler or fortified margarine. Soak bread In cold water, illen Mpiee/e dry, handful by handful. Add renminfjiR JjiaredieHfs e"eepl melted fat. Toss wlHi two foil:s iinlll well mixed. Add melted f?.t slowly, tossing as arlded Stuff bird lightly. Any remaining dressing may be baked in one corner of the roast- Ing pajj. Dressing Xo. 'i A dressing nuule with poaked bread sqilce/ed dry has a sltghMy pnddliiK-llkc texture, ff yon prefer one that is Ihililcr und .witli more "train," ii,se the .same Ingredients as in dressing above, but mix as follows: Slice \\w second day bread; then cnt into small cubes. Toast In a hot oven until liyhlly browned. Arid remaining ingredients, except Hie fat. Mix well. Then melt Die fat In \'.. cup boiling u-atcr. Pour slowly over the dn.--.sini;. tossins inHil well mixed. Variations: a) Add >', clip raisins; 2 tart, appJe.s-, finely i.-m. Kedmc onions lo \' a cup. b) Add one down oyslers, each cut Into several pieces. Use 'he oyster lleiuor as pan of water in which to mi-It (lie fiU. Hmslnt No. 3 iHicii, fi m ., cr.nnlily ili.^siiij; for i l:!-Iiiuniil bird) One quart fine dry {.•nimbi (can be made from 2 loaves breadl, t cup coarsely chopped ivxtmits or pecans <opti«j>,<D. i large onion, finely minced. 1 cup celery leaves famous Wild .VVesf Character Passes PAWNEE, Okla., Nov. 17. (AP| — Jose Ban-era, known Internationally U> wild west show audiences as "Mexican Joe," died in a hospital yesterday at the age of 72. He was a long-time associate oi the late Maj. Gordon W. Lillie, better known as "Pawnee Dill," famous FOR 'BACON, TII/IT'S If you're parliculnr nbout (lie way you want your bacon, here's the bacon that's sugar-cured a special way to taste particularly good. Mayrose Bacon has an aroma and flavor that you'll really welcome.':, al breakfast, lunch or dinner, in .sandwiches, and for your late-al-night snacks, too. Ask for bacon by the brand name "Mayrose,"— U. S. Government inspected, of coin-so. Get May rose BACON ; ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING CO. H*KIS OtUOOUi CAKES. PlfS, COOKIES. BISCUITSI You Get These 4 Gold Medal Extras at No Extra Cost! S«tty Crotl^r «l G.fKOIMHIl \. FL ,°I* L° R ?" 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Money Bock Guarantee: f. enemi Mills BU°'ontees Gold Medal "KHekea-lnled" Enriched — flour lo give complelcly SuMsfaciory retulis or your money bntk. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 10« frontiersman and showman. Ban-era's death follou'Cti a major opi-rallon. Noted as a roper and rider, he last appeared in the Miller Brothers famous 101 ranch show I" 1930. He had displayed Ills skill with Die lariat all over the world, many times belore royalty. He was one o[ the tew men in the world vitio mastered the trick of roping eight horses running abreast in an arena. nntl top stems, finely cut '/, cup Thc la| R cst open-pit Iron mine is finely in'ticed parsley, 1 teaspoon at Hihl3i "K. Minn. lionltry se.isojnni;, <<, teaspoon saije : (dry and powdered), 1 cup fouilcr Mix insredients In order named, tossing well to mix. How To Relieve Bronchitis il K<ics rijjhl 10 llie seal of (lie trouble lo hcl|> hmsen ami expel £tim Lulcii phlegm Jiiti jul iiaiurc to snotlic »nil heal law, lemltr, iullaniecl bronchia! mucous niciiiiir:ines.Tdl yourdru»fim 10 icll.inu a licnilc of Crcnmulstnn wild (In- iiiulcrtiamliiii; you nliisl like [lie way ]'[ quickly allays ilie cmijji itr you are to tuvc your mmicy balk. CREOMULSION . or Coii"hs. Chest CnMs.Bronchitcr Every Slice means taste delight Delicious in Taste; Delicious in Quality and more . . . they're Big, Red and Juicy... finest yet from the State that always brings you the finest Apples in nil the world. HURRY! HURRY! Get 'em at Your Grocer's NOW! BE THE JUDGE! Parking Is Easier Shop Conveniently Lean, Meaty PORK STEAK - Fresh Salt 39c 8E - - it 29i - - - - Ib. 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