PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER KRW8 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 19W Pears Plentiful, Make Excellent Pickles, Too Savory Recipe for Pot Roast By GAYN'OK MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor Farmers are sending lots of line fresh pears to market. So let's turn some into pickles lor later on in tbe eating year. Fresh Pear Pickle (Yield: 2 quarts) Fourteen frc-sli firm pears, \vhole cloves, 4 cups sugar, VJ, cup pear liquid or waier, 2, cups cider vinegar, 4 sticks whole cinnamon. 3 teaspoon whole celery seed, 1 teaspoon whole allspice. Wash pears. Leave stems at- Uched. Leave small pears whole; halve or quarter the larger ones and core. Cover with clear water. Boil until almost tender, about 5 to 8 minutes, depending- on ripeness of pears. Drain. t'Save *i cup liquid for syrup.) Stud each pear with 2 to 3 cloves. Combine sugar, pear liquid or water, vinegar, cinnamon and celery seed. Tie whole allspice in a bag and add. Boil 5 minutes. Drop enough peal's at one time into syrup, to (ill a jar. Cook until tender. (Test with a toothpick.) Remove spice bag. Pack pears in sterilized jars. Place 1 stick of cinnamon In each jar. Pill with boiling syrup. Slide a knife down the inside of each jar to release the air bubbles. Wipe off jar tops. Adjust lids and sea] at once. September will be a month of balanced abundance, according to reports of the United States De- , partment of Agriculture. This is Uiejr list of plentiful foods for ! September. Pork, Broilers, Fryers, Beef, Canned Tuna, Milk and other dairy products, Lard Vegetable fats and oils, Rice. Potatoes, Fresh Vegetables, Grapes, Fresh Italian Prunes, Fresh and Processed Lemons and Limes, Canned Grapefruit Sections. Woman Has Nature Garden AMHERST, Mass. IK — Mrs. Ceville Fray's garden is made up of wild plants from seeds she gathered during 22 years within a radius of 20 miles of her home. As a true nature lover, she didn't dig: up wild flowers. She has 34 varieties of native plants Trom seeds collected from meadows, woods and bogs including trilium, bellwort, squirrel corn, foam flower, bishop's cnp, columbine, and Jack-in-the pulpib among many others. Sowing seed on winter snow, she would get adult plants two years later. She has 14 kinds of ferns including one which produces fuzz used by humming birds in their nests and another which produces delicious, edible "fern bread." B)- CECILY BKOWNBTONE Asfoclttcd PrtM Food Editor How'l YOUR BASIC RECIl'E FILGT You know, those old standby dishes you use (or family meals. Here's a down-to-earth pot-roast, recipe to tuck away. You'll find it useful If you want to take advantage of the grass-fed beef that makes its appearance in the fall and is attractively priced. And here's a pot-roast premium—a recipe for a quick beef-and-vegetable pie to he made from the leftover meat. TWO-MEAL POT ROAST Ingredients: 4 pounds beef (rump or chuck or round), 2 tablespoons lard or bacon fat, 2 teaspoons salt, K teaspoon pepper, 1 cup water, 6 medium-sized potatoes, (peeled). 12 medium-sized carrots (scraped). 12 white onions (peeled), 3 tablespoons flour. Method: Heat heavy kettle and melt lard or bacon fat. Brown beef evenly on all sides—this will take about 30 minutes. Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon of the salt and pepper; add !4 cup of the water. Remaining water may be added during the cooking as needed. Cover tightly. Simmer over low heat about 2',L to 3 hours, or until meat is almost tender. Add potatoes, carrots, onions, and remaining 1 teaspoon salt; cover and cook 20 to 30 minutes, or until vegetables are tender. Remove meat and vegetables to a hot platter. To thicken gravy, measure pot roast liquid; add water to make l\'i cups. Blend 3 tablespoons flour with !' 2 cup cold water to a smooth paste. 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QUICK BEEF and VEGETABLE PIB Ingredients: 6 medium-sized potatoes (peeled and halved). 6 carrots (scraped and halved), white onions (peeled), 3 tablespoons bacon fat, 3 tablespoons flour, 2 bouillon cubes, Ye teaspoon Tabasco, '/4 teaspoon. Worcestershire sauce, ','( teaspoon pure monosodium glutamate, 2'/ 2 cups water, 3 cups diced leftover pot roast. ..Method: Cook potatoes, carrots, and onions in small amount of boiling salted water. While vegetables are cooking, put bacon fat in large heavy skillet; stir in flour, continue cooking until browned, stirring constantly. In a container put bouillon cubes, Tabasco Worocestershire sauce, and monosodium glutamate and 2!v cups water. Stir bouillon mixture into browned flour in skillet; cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. 'Add meat, carrots and onions; heat. Turn into 2-quart casserole. Mash and season potatoes; spoon or put through pastry bag around edge of casserole. 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