The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1949 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLB' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1049 ininq Prices Aid Pork Sales Apples, Cranberries, Turkeys Plentiful In 1949 Harvests I'ork, Turkey, apples, crnnljonles «,ud nuts head up the December plentiful foods, according lo the United Stale.s Department o! Agriculture reports. Pork prices are declining nnd turkey prices are well below lost year's with about 29 per cenl more birds than In 1048. Three bushels of apples were produced for every two bushels last year, and the cranberry crop is also way nbove last year. Record- breaking crops of walnuts, pecans, almonds and Eilbeit-s )rom!se a filled nut bowl and holiday cakes Besides turkeys and pork, other December plentiful protein food.- include chickens, eggs, frozen fish, dried beans and peas and cheese and other manulactured dairy products. Honey, cooki.ig fats (vegetable nnd animal fats), molasses, sugar- i'atie syrup and canned com are on thus" list, too. ', Among fruits, besides apples, tilt plentiful are pours, grapes, raisins and dried prunes and also orange.', in ample supply. Although butter is not listed, V is significant that [he Departmen of Agriculture has been buying I —meaning there Is a plentiful supply. \ Cooking experts of the Depart inenl or Agriculture combine plen- v/ew Meat Loaf Combines Sausage, Sweet Potatoes Take the spice, of savory sausaRe, add the sweetness ot sweet potato, nd presto chnnifft—you've * vcl 'y special meat loaf. You'll like this novelty dish which ts as ensy to nuke as H Is to eat. SausaRe-Swft Potato t.oaf 2 pounds bulk pork sausage 2 cups soft bread crumbs 2 CKBS H cup milk A cup.s mashed sweet potatoes or yams V5 teaspoon nutmeK \i teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon salt Mix first four Ingredients. Hake in a 9 iiu'h loa( pan at 350 degrees F. for 1 hour. Remove meat loal from oven and let stand 5 minutes Pour off fat Unmiilrl on cookie sheet. "Frost" loaf with maslied sweet potatoes or yams to which sslt and spices have bren added, finish with beaten eEK and brown hi a very hot oven, 4!iO degrees !' (Serves 5.) tlfnls in this inexpensive and colorful pie: APIile-C'nuibrrry I'lc F"ollr tart apples. I 1 .; cups elan- IjC-rrics, pastry. ?i cup susar. H teaspoon ciniiainon, ", teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons table fat. Pare, cote and slice apples thin. Wash and cut cranberries In halves, lilne a 9-inch pic pan ?.ith pastry. Mace a layer of apples In the bottom, acid cruntiei rie.s. ami then remaining apples. Sprinkle with su- gur. cinnamon and sail mixed, Dol With table fat. Cover will) pastry in which slits are cut lo let steam escape. Seal eiigefi. Bake in a hot oven (400-425 degress F.) about 45 minutes—or until apples are tender i eml crust is golden brown. Fruit Cake Story Depends on Lots Of December Food Raisins, prunes, walnuts. egR.s. cooking fat--all these arc on the list of December plentiful* and also p>:ut of Che Christmas fruit cake story. So let's get started well In advance—meaning now. This recipe WHS .so successful wn*n featured 10 years ago, we repeal It this year. (iffl l-'niil C:ikp Fn Casserole (I Cillers In Ui-tpuirt casseroles) One cup seedless raisins, 1 cup uncooked prunes, 1 cup unct; dried figs, a i cup cut citron, !i cup cut preserved orange peel, 1 cup halved candied cherries. I cup broken walnut meats, '.1 nip thick j Jelly. *i cup ornnne juice, 1 teaspoon allspice, 2 ie;ispoons cinnamon, 1 teaspoon mare, 1 '* cups butter or fortified nmjRfuine, -% cup brown sugar, •"<; cup grnnn- laied sugar, 4 «'XK.s, 2 teaspoons vanilla extract, 3'.t- cups siflrd all- purpose flour, \'i (paspdon baking ,*nda, x i teaspoon salt. Rmse raisin. 1 ;, drain and dry on a towel. I'mir boiHriK water over prunes and figs and let stand lor 10 minuiex. drain and tlry on R towel. Cut prunes from pits in thin plice.t. Clip .stems from fiRs and nil fit-.s Into lliiu sirips. liitisf? tir- atifie peel, citron and cherries, and dry nn a towel before culling. Combine fruits, peel, nitron, nuts, jelly. orange iuire. and spiers, and stir (o blend; cover and let stand overnight. Cream Under or rnaiKanne; add sugars and cream thoroughly. Add beaten eg^s and vanilla extract ant) aUr to blend. Add hull of flour sifted with baking .soda and salt find mix. Add fruit mixture and stir until well blended. Add remaining flour and stir to mix. Pour bntter into two greased 1!?-quail heat-resistant glass casseroles. One cnp .seedless raisins, »i cup broken walnut meats, ^i cup hah'cd candied cherries, '2 tablcspntin.s butter, 1J3 cup light corn syrup._ Blend all topping Ingredients and spread on tops of cakes. Cover and buke in stow oven (250 degrees F,> about 3^2 hours. Tc.st with pick or cake tester before removing from oven, Seal casseroles. Wrap fcsilly wifV Ohristnias ribbon and paper and present with pride. Ht'Uer hint to your friends In advance, that you arD making a frnit rake f^r them. Donnell Thinks GOP Will Win Out In 1950 Elections SPHINGFIELO, Mo. Drc. 1— IIP) —Senator Forrrst C- Dotmell said yoslc/day lie thought there ts an excellent chance for Republic;! n.s to regain contiol of the Senate and possibly the House in next, year's elections, The RejHiblhMn senator was here yesterday enroute lo vJMt the proposed silo of table rock on the White River near Braiuon. In an interview, noimcll said the Republicans nerd to do some hard work and very , careful organization down to the last precinct. He added he did not see a need for substantial changes In the party platform. He predicted that Senator Robert Taft would win In Ohio. After his visit to table rock, Die Senator plans lo visit the Norfork and Bull Shoals dams in Arkansas. 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