The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1950 · Page 15
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THURSDAY, JUNE 15,'19SO BLTTHEViLLl!, (ARK.V COURIER NEWS June Brides to Find Dairy Foods 'Plentiful BY GAYN'OR .MADDOX NEA Stiff Writer Jun» promises to be a lovely month. There'll lie lots of young brito »^i' \j*i of plentiful foods ^^start them on a well-fed married Dairy foods atid chicken head Ihe list oi foods to be in plentiful •supply, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Leading .dairy items will include fiuid milk, butter, evaporated milk, cottage cheese and other kinds of cheese. Broilers and fryers are to be abundant, too. So will liens and, of course, eggs. These foods being in abundant supply are likely to be reasonably priced. That's why budget-conscious June brides {and all others) should study the list carefully and plan menus ,as much as possible about all the currently plentiful foods. Here's the complete list for June, issued by the Production and Marketing Administration ol the United States Department Agriculture: . Vegetables: Lettuce, pbtat'jes snap beans, canned corn, canned lima beans. , ; j ..Poultry Foods: Eggs, broilers, fryers, hens. Oilier Foods: Dairy products, honey, pork and s pork products. • Idr addition to these foods exp^ed to be plentiful nationally, the following will probably be abundant in the regions specified: spinach in the northeast and mid- west; tomatoes In the midwest and southwest, and fresh corn in the southeast. . A hint for the June bride—get yourself a copy of Family Fare (Home and Garden bulletin No. 1), United States Department of Agriculture, cost 25 cents, from, the United States Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. It's a valuable guide to food management and recipes. Here's a recipe using eggs and cottage cheese from Family Pare. Scrambled E«« With CotU t . Cheejt i ' (4 servings) y.it ^bl^ipeo^ 5 it, Vi teaspoon salt, pepper, 'A cup milk, 6 eggs, slightly beaten, -n cup .cottage cheese, 4 slices toast. Heat fat in irymg pan. Stir seasonings and milk into eggs Pour into' frying pan and cook slowly, stirring occasionally, when eggs »re thickened, mix In Iho cottage cheese. Serve at once on toast. •' Like Chocolate Peanut Clusters? "I don't care what flavor it Is as long as it's chocolate" Is a familiar expression around many homes And when the family voices 'a preference on what kind of, a cake or candy to make, the answer in unison is usually: "Chocolate.' So, here's a recipe for chor.otate peanut clusters. They can be made quickly ami are certain to be a lam- lly favorite. In making any recipe calling for melted chocolate It Is wise to remember that it scorches very easily For Hits reason, It is best to mel chocolate over hot water. Now, here is Uie easy peanut clus tcr recipe. The chocolate is melted and the candy mixed—all in the same double boiler. 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate bits 1 cup salted peanuts 112 cup seedles raisins (if desired) 114 teaspoon vanilla Place chocolate in top of double boiler. Heat over hot water until melted. Remove from heat and stir with wooden spoon until smooth and pool. Stir in rabinsland peanuts and mix until well coated. Add vanilla and mix thoroughly. Drop from teaspoon onto buttered wax paper. Cool until firm, several hours or overnight. Makes about 2 dozen clusters. . ?AGB FUl'EEM Ham and Noodle Casserole Aids Family Budget Relatives coming for dinner? And lot much' money in the family purse? That's a Qommon problem and the best solution is the practl*- •al.one. Don't go overboard In putting on i fancy spread that will make the budget see red. Plan a meal that's] .Imple and good but well within the budget. And if there are leftovers n the refrigerator, don't hesitate to dress them up and serve them to the guests with perfect aplomb. It. for examp|e, there Is an end if a ham in the refrigerator, stretch it Into a tasty casserole dish with noodles and grated cheese. Serve it with a fresh green vegetable, a tart fruit salad, hot muffias and plenty of coffee. Then finish off the meal with a chocolate cream pfe and your guests will certainly go home saying nice things about you. 1'am and Noodle Bake 1 4-ounce package noodles 2 tablespoons shortening 2 tablcrpoons flour 2 cups milk 3 cups cooked ham, diced Dash of pepper 1|2 cup'grated cheese 1|2 cup buttered crumbs : Cook noodles until tender'In boll- Ing water. Meajiilme, melt shortening. Blend in flour. Add milk gradually ami cook slowly until thickened, stirring constantly. Add drained noodles, cubed ham and pepper and mix lightly. Pour into greased 2-quart pudding pan and bake in moderate oven (350F.) for about 20 minutes. Store in' refrig Variety Possible In Fried Chicken The South And fried chicken »re synonymous wliere food Is concerned, for Dlxtclonil hns been la- mous for t(s fried chicken since' planUUIon days. Now from the new- South comes a delecUble variation on the fried chicken theme. It is called Southern Chkkrn Cuwrole 1 fryer disjointed K cup flour salt and pepper •1 tablespoons fortified margarln 1 small bay leaf 2 tablespoon Worcestershire satic \'i cup water 1 small can mushrooms (stem and pieces) ., • Season the flour with salt mi jepper. Cover tlie chlcKeh well wit he seasoned flour. Place In casse ole. Dot with bits of margarine idd bay leaf, mushrooms, Worces crshire sauce, lemon Juice, an vaterS Cover. Place In a preheale moderate oven (325 degrees to 31 degrees P.) and cook for 114 hour An adult hippopotamus may eat 400 pounds of grass and tree shoots in a night. CLOVERLEAF to*'** DRY (V1ILM. SOLIDS orator. Before serving, sprinkle with graled cheese and buttered crumbs and bake In moderate oven for minutes. Makes 6 servings. SLICED BACON Crbp, Tender, Tasty Serv» H for Breakfast, kmcfi or supper. MtMFHIl PACKING CO. SERVE HIM THE FOODS HE LIKES BEST o ON FATHER'S DAY, Dad'j Day Card Clv«n wilh emy meal purchase ol Kroger. Place card, tllBBiW IN Mr 4* vone, on plollaro! Dod'i favoril. SUNDAY) JQHE 18 meat. AT LUTTRELL'S FIHE FOODS . . .CALL 2077 FOR FREE DELIVERY! SUGAR 10 Ibs 890 v Family Size CORNFLAKES 190 Standard—No. 2 cans •' ' • ' TOMATOES 2 rtr 230 , Jack Sprat White Cream Slyle CORN .;.,.... 303 Size ..2 for 250 Kraft Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING ,,290 Jack Sprat—No. 1 Tall Cans MACKEREL 2 ,„ 350 BEEF ROAST - - HENS ,Home Dressed BRISKET STEW - NECK BONES - - Ib. 49c lb.33c Ib. 35< Ib. 15c YOU'LL ENJOY OUR COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE. PLENTY FREE PARKING SPACE FRUITS and VEGETABLES Large Calif. Sunkisl ORAMGES no, 590 Golden Rip* BANANAS Ib 150 Calif. Large Heads LETTUCE 2, or 25|! Slicing Size CUCUMBERS Lb 100 LUTTRELL'S F1NE Corner of Sixth & Chickasawba / FOODS Phone 2011 NECK BONES Fresh for Boiling . Li..,,.;. ..... WHITING Dais ferorite Beef it's Always Fresh and Tender... 11 SIRLOIN STEAK ib89c Kroger Cut remove* flat loin bon« md long *nd before your itckk fe weighed and priced. ., Dressed Lb ; . . . is* PICNIC HAM • Fruif Decorated - Ready-to-Eat Premium Swift Lb. 55c New Super Soft Kroger Hot-Dated Coffee Chocolate Fudge Devil's Food Apple Jelly Apple butter PRESERVES Hunt'* Pure Strawberry PICKLES Harmony Dill CHEESE food Ea. •*•> 1-Lb. Box 12-or. Jar 10-oz. Pkg. No. 2!/ 2 Cans s 10-oz. Jar 11-oz. Jar 16-oz. Jar • 32-or. Jar 2-ib. Loaf 8-01. Pkg. BREAD 2 £ 27c SPOTLIGHT.£ 65c 49c 55c 49c CAKE Chocolate Fu CRACKERS Kroger Extra thin PRESERVES Kroger Pure Cherry M'mallows Kroger Light Fluffy PEACHES 2 Avondale - Sliced or Halvei 59c ICEDTEA Kroger 23c Tomato J. 2 Stokely 19c Lemonade 2 Minute Maid - Frozen 1.5c SUGAR Pure Cane Granulated 37c VINEGAR Gold Dollar lOc Cigarettes All Popular Brandt lOc FILMS Cant 6-oz. Cant 25-lb. Bag Anico 29c Picnic Jugs 19c Gal. Ctn, 620 Roll Gal. 2.23 29c 1.87 38c 98c Fine for Picnics WATERMELONS RcdRipc Sweet Guaranteed Kraft Velvceta SALMON 3 Chum SPINACH 2 Winter Garden - Fresh Frozen UNAS 16-oz. cans 14-oz. Pkgs. No. 2 can 1.00 Cantaloupes Vine Ripe - Top Eating Quali 35c Field Peas 2 Tender Sweet — Well Filled lOc LETTUCE H . 29c 29c lOc Wriite;bnd Green Crisp Firm California Iceberg

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