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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1954 This Orange Tapioca Soule Is New Treat Bv CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor best when they are cold. It won't hurt to let the separated yolks and going for these light-as-a-summer- breeze desserts. There is even a cookbook devoted entirely to souffles scheduled for publication. Irma Rombaur, author of the beloved "The Joy of Cooking," says that the souffle is the "misunderstood woman" of the culinary world- Although it has a reputation of being hard to master, actually a souffle is a simple and useful everyday dish. are not too cold. But never beat those egg whites until just before you are ready to combine them with your other ingredients. The recipe we are giving you, using quick-cooking tapioca instead of flour, is for an American-type souffle. Adding the tapioca is no trouble at all: you simply combine it with part of the liquid called for in the recipe and bring to a boil. Then the rest of the liquid, flavoring, butter and beaten yolks are added. Finally the beaten whites go in. In about an hour your souffle will be delicate but firm from its oven baking, ready to serve. Offer this Orange Tapioca Souffle with sliced fresh peaches. Or if you do not mind using tapioca both in the souffle and the adornment, refrigerator, because they separate Piquant Sauces jlorify 'Burgers In souffle making, we have found that the size of the baking dish is of utmost importance. Put a souffle in a casserole that is too large for the recipe, and no matter how carefully you have combined the ingredients, it will never rise to any great heights. You also have to pay attention to, -,.,-, the eggs in TOUT souffle. You may you might like to serve me the "volte from the whites! with the following Fresh eggs from the Sauce. (The sauce by the way is excellent on squares of fluffy white cake or slices of hearty cottage pudding.) To further gild the lily, top souffle, sliced peaches or Peach Sauce, with whipped cream. ORANGE TAPIOCA SOUFFLE Ingredients: 1/3 cup quick-cooking tapioca, % cup sugar, *i teaspoon salt, 1 cup water, 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, 1 cup strained orange juice, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 3 eggs (separated). Method: Put tapioca, sugar, salt and water in saucepan. Cook and stir over moderate heat until mixture comes to a boil. Stir in orange rind and juice; remove from heat and stir in butter. Allow to cool slightly while beating eggs. Beat egg yolks with rotary beater (hand or electric) until thick and ivory colored. Add tapioca mixture to egg yolks and mix well. With clean beater, beat egg whites until stiff but not dry; fold tapioca mixture into egg whites. Turn into buttered 2- quart baking dish. Place in pan of hot water and bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven 50 to 60 minutes or until souffle looks firm. Serve at once with sliced peaches or Fresh Peach Sauce: top with whipped cream if desired. Makes 6 servings. THIS TEMPTING dish of peanut cornucopias, together with milk, makes a nutritious after-school snack. Tempting Snacks Induce Youngsters to Drink Milk Tabasco, Cayenne Also Enhance Old Favorite Hot Dogs To summer specialties — from lobster to hamburgers or even the old reliable hot dog — sauces can add a magic touch. Particularly piquant and peppery sauces, using that southern condiment, Tabasco, or fresh ground cayenne. Mrs. Robert Miller of Battle Creek, Mich., showed us how to make her Sauce Louisiana. It's a boon to summer entertaining. She uses it with crackers, as a dip for raw cucumber sticks, radishes, potato chips and shrimp. This sauce doubles as salad dressing, too. Sauce Louisiane One pint mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, y 2 teaspoon garlic salt, 2 tablespoons anchovy paste, 1 teaspoon Tabasco, 2 tablespoons tarragon vinegar, 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, one-third cup very finely chopped stuffed olives, one-third cup very finely chopped gherkins, 2 tablespoons very finely chopped onion. Blend with mayonnaise, mustard, garlic salt, anchovy paste, and Tabasco. Stir in vinegar. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Serve as a dressing over salad greens, or lettuce wedge or seafood salad. Yield: 1 quart. NOTE: For dunking sauce, remove 1 cup Louisiar.e sauce. Stir in 8 ounces (1 cup) creamed cottage cheese and one 8-ounce can salmon, drained and flaked. Yield: approximately 3 cups. Savory Hamburgers (Yield: 4 servings) One pound ground beef, tea- 1 /^ spoon Tabasco, Va teaspoon dry mustard, ^ teaspoon salt, teaspoon paprika, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 2 table- poons butter. Form meat into 4 patties. Pan broil in a lightly greased skillet about 4 to 6 minutes on each side, or until of desired degree of doneness. Place on a hot platter. Combine Tabasco, dry mustard, salt, paprika and lemon juice. Add to skillet with butter or margarine; stir until butter or margarine melts. Pour over hamburgers. By GAYNOE MADDOX NEA F~od and Markets Editor We all know that youngsters as well as parents would be better off if they drank more milk. Perhaps a few afterschool snacks to go with the milk would perk up the interest in better nutrition. Here are a few snacks used by Mrs. Joseph Forker, Mercerville, N. J. Peanut Pickle Cornucopias (Makes 8 cornucopias) One cup finely chopped salted peanuts, Vi cup mayonnaise, 8 thin bread, 8 sweet pickles. Combine chopped peanuts and mayonnaise; mix well. Trim crusts from bread and spread with pea- nut mixture. Place pickle diagonally on bread. Wrap bread around pickle to form a cornucopia; fasten with a toothpick. Pickled Ham Sandwiches (Makes 2-3 Sandwiches) One 2 J /4 ounce can deviled ham, % cup chopped sweet pickles, 2 tablespoons mayonnaise, 4-6 slices bread, butter or margarine. Combine deviled ham, sweet pickles and mayonnaise; mix thoroughly. Spread" 2 or 3 slices of bread with butter or margarine, then with pickle-ham mixture. Top with buttered slice of bread to make sandwich. Cut in quarters to serve. ions and garlic and cook until the onion is yellow. Add the tomatoes, the rest of the tomato sauce, salt and pepper. Cook about 10 minutes or until thick. Spread over the rice. If anchovies are used, they may be chopped and sprinkled over the top of the tomato mixture or the whole filets may be arranged over the top. If sardines are used, chop and sprinkle over the top. (You many wish to use cooked, bulk sausage.) Sprinkle the cheese and the oregano over the top. Cover and chill until about 20 minutes before serving time. Then place the pie pan in a preheated 350 degree F. oven 20 minutes or until hot and bubbly. Place under the broiler to slightly brown, if you wish. To serve, cut into wedges. It is best to allow the pizza to cool slightly before cutting since the wedges hold together better. This recipe makes 7 to 8 servings. When you are buying ready-made curtains of a patterned fabric, make sure that the design-is matched in each pair of curtains and that the arrangement of the design units is the same in all the pairs you buy. Make Bugs Die... before they multiply ., & v. ?•'!' ' , ; • • • REAL-KILL BrOG -KILLER ' ODORLESS STAINLESS Rice Replaces the Pastry In This Delicious Pizza Ingredients: 2 cups sliced fresh peaches, vi cup' sugar, 1% tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca, cups water, salt, lemon juice. tablespoons Method: Mix peaches and sugar together in saucepan; let stand 15 minutes. Add tapioca, water and dash of salt. Cook and stir over moderate heat until mixture conies to a boil. Stir in lemon juice; remove from heat. Cool 15 minutes, then stir. Serve warm. . lunch or for the evening meal; or you can treat the "gang" to it late in the evening. Try. it once and you'll serve it many times. INGREDIENTS 1 cup uncooked white rice 2 cups cold water 1 teaspoon salt 1, 8 02. can tomato sauce 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1J3 cup chopped onions 1 small clove garlic, minced EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. BARGAINS -For You- Irrigation Do you have water m a ditch or bayou while your crop wilts and dies in the field? Then You Need A Shaw & House _ uick *n easy to cook . . . white, tender, fluffy rice ... in just a few minutes! Beautiful, tempting, delicious! mum Big capacity—1500 colons per minute Tractot mounted— got* whercTer you can take your tractor. 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Cover and cook over this lew heat for 14 minutes. Remove the saucepan from the heat but leave the lid on for 10 minutes. Mix in % cup of the tomato sauce. Press and firmly pack the rice into a well greased 9" pie pan. It is important to pack the rice in firmly. Melt the butter or margarine in a saucepan. Add the on- Know The Law! Fou can Have a. tree copy ol the Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Law for the mere asking. Call or see "Dee" at the United Inur- ance Agency 111 W, Main Phone V6812 BlytheviUe. Here's Easy Way To Serve Meal In Single Dish Hre's an easy way to serve your main course in one dish. SHRIMP, GREEN PEAS AND YAM CASSEROLE Ingredients: *4 cup butter or margarine, 3 tablespoons flour, 2& cups j milk, one 10-ounce package frozen j peas (thawed) Vs teaspoon thyme, j salt and celery salt, one No. 2 can j yams (drained "and sliced), 1 pound j fresh shrimp (cooked, shelled and i deveined). Method: Melt butter, blend in flour, i add milk and cook over low heat, j stirring constantly, until thickened.! Add peas, thyme, salt and celery salt to taste; heat to boiling point. Arrange yams and shrimp in 2- quart casserole; pour peas and sauce over. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven 25 minutes. Makes 4 servings. ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM Pains Relieved At Once M rerm luffcr HM ozonizing point a/ afflk* fHii. rh«umotiim. *ciotico Of n*uritit, e«r n«* formula colUd R£MATRON. mutt gtv» you th« fastest r«li«f and th« qr*at«»t, longest loitin<j improvement you hov« *v«r koowfi or it "covt* not o p«nny. REMATROM a sold on this GUARANTEE: If your pai* 11 not r*ti«v*d to your satisfaction crffar tti» firjt bottU. if REMATHON do« »o» bfitHf ioothinq r»li«f to your ochiitg JoinH and muscUt FASTER, thoft any oth«r product that you hov» t<rtr ui«d. th* boftfe ccwh you nothing. Juit return tb« bottfe to your druggist and get your moo*y bock. 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That's why our beer retailers go all out to co-operate voluntarily in the Self-Regulation Program the Brewing Industry sponsors by keeping their places clean and orderly. They know it's right because of the full measure of good will they get from you and me. Copyright, Arkansas Division, United States Brewers 1 Foundation, 1954- CONTESTS 21-inch MOTOROLA TV SETS Andy Griffith Capitol Recording S 300 -- FLASH CAMERA SETS 150 MOTOROLA PORTABLE CLOCK RADIOS Batteries, AC or DC 480 , PRIZES IN ALL 480 CHAJNCES TO WIN! SI MPLS TO ENTER Drink taste-tingling SUNCREST! Then finish this statement-"SUNCREST ORANGE is best because ..." in 25 words or less. Use entry blank below or any sheet of paper. Sign your full name and address and enclose 3 SUNCREST Bottle Tops Send to: SUNCREST CONTEST P.O. 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Anyone may enter except employees of the National NuGrape Company, their bottlers, advertising agency or 1 their families. Use this entry blank, any sheet of paper or an entry blank from your SunCrcst dealer. Addrejl Entries judged on basis of originality, sincerity and aptness of thought. Judges' decisions are finaj. Duplicate prize* awarded in case of tie*, dry Norn*. EBERDT'S GATEWAY GROCERY PORK SAUSAGE ^.T±t! ..£ 390 STEW BEEF i*. W SALT MEAT Lb 190 PICKLES J m!U?st .............. Q t .300 CRACKERS Townhouse ^350 JARCAPS 2pece DO, 240 SUGAR ID £890 PEANUT BUTTER ^^ Qt 590 LOIN CUT BEEF STEAK Lb. 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