The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 1, 1949
Page 13
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1949 BLYTHEVUMJC (ARK.) COURIER NEW3 PAGE THIRTEEN Holiday Parties Need Gay Foods Hostess Challenged By Approach of the Christmas Season The approaching Christmas holidays always otter a challenge la the hostess who seeks to serve foods In say and festive altivc, and \ve Uilnk we've found one jiertect answer In this timely and decorative White Christmas Apple pie, a tempting combination of sued, juicy npplcs with the tart, tangy flavor of grapefruit. Blanketed with snowy whipped cream and dolled with Christmas red cherries, it. has a real ^JmciTy-Clirislmns look and is wonderful to eat, besidcsl A second Christmasy new reclix; you'll want lo luck In your holiday menu files combines two traditiona favorites of the season, apples anc mincemeat, under a spicy-swee crumbly crust. One of the reasons why we liki these Inviting desserts Is Ilia they're made with our frworke fruit those big. shiny-red Delicious ap pies from Washington State tha are right at the peak uf their good ness now. Apple pie is, only one o many ways to take advantage o this year's premhiin apple harvest. The delicate flavor of fresh apples makes such a delightful taste contrast with rich mntn ccursc meats and poultry you'll want Ui feature them in some form iti all your holiday dinners. Use apples in their natural slate for crisp appetizers and salads; serve Juicy baked ap- Packaged Foods Soing Overseas For Christmas Planning to send Christinas food packages to overseas frleiKLs? Then order at once II you-want them to reach Europe for the holidays. CARE, a non-profit agency, guarantees delivery of iLs holiday package. ThLs Includes a selected 7- >ound canned turkey, surrounded >y a layer of 2 ixnuuis of lard—In itself 4 treat In fat-scarce Europe. Also I pound each ol plum pudding, powdered sugar, chocolates, orange marmalade, raisins, rice, bacon, coffee (or for England 1-2 pound tea), plus a can opener. The price is $13,50 and can lie ordered from your local CARE office or from CARE, 20 Broad St., New York 5, N. Y. If you plan lo bake cookies lor your distant friends, try this particularly good recipe. The tones are rich, unusual and easy to make. Date and Nut Torle One and one-half cups sifted enriched flour. 2-3 cup sugar, 1-3 cup butter or fortified margarine, 2 tablespoons unsulphurcd molasses, z eggs, well beaten, 1-3 cup unsulphur- cd molasses, 1 lea.sixjou vanilla, 3-4 cup sugar, 1-4 cup 'silted enriched flour, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1-2 teaspoon baking powder, 1 cup ales, 1 cup chopped nuts. Heat oven to moderate (350 de- rccs F.l. Mix flour and 2-3 cm ujar; cut in butter or mal'garin o make crumb consistency. Add lola.vcs to mixture and with tin ;ers work it in well. Pat crumb, miformly over bottom of grea.sci 12-inch pan. Bake 15 minutes 'aked Bean Suppers Cozy on Coldest Day* On cold days tlier*'i notlllnfr ozier than a big dish of baked eans. Far » "short order" baked >ean supper which has lots of flavor, icre's a recipe using canned baked 'ean.i, bacon, and zippy seasonings. Krown Buked Ream with H»con 2 cans beans (without tomato aucc) 1 lea spoon Worcestershire sauc« 1 teaspoon dry mustard 4 slices bacon .pie or spicy apple sauce or R|>|>le relishes with the meal course, and star them In puddings, cakes and pastries. Fortunately, these flavorful apples are lower priced this year than in any season since pre-war days, so you can afford to use their bright Christmas-red generously for decoration, too, to light up your holly greens in table centerpieces and to heap high in sparkling bowls for refreshing between-least munching White Christmas Apple. Tic 3 cups sliced Delicious apples , 2U cups canned grapefruit Juice W* \'i cup sugar 3 tbsps. cornstareh Whipped cream 8 maraschino cherries, chopped 1 Crumb Pie Shell for 9-lnch pie Cook apples In grapefruit juice on top of stove until tender but stll keeping their shape: then arrange apples in pie shell. Mix sugar will cornstareh, add to juice and cool until thickened and clear. Tour ove: apples and cool. Cover with whip ped cream nnd sprinkle with chop ped cherries. Crumb Tie Slicll I 1 ? cups finely rolled grahan crackers Yt cup sugar l ,7 cup melted butter Mix crumbs and sugar togethe C»tiup, brown »ug«r Mix Worcestershire sauce and mustard with b««ns. Place beans In large greased casserole or 9 Inch square pall. Lay bacon strips on top of bean,s and drizzle cal.sup over them. Top beans with brown sugar to a depth of about 'i Inch. Cover and bake In n moderate oven (350 degrees F.I for 20 minutes. Uncover and bake another 20 minutes. "Man-made stallc" is any type of radio interference generated bjr motors, automobiles or other spark producing electrical devices. Good Meat IS THE SECRET OF A Combine eg£5, mola.sso.s and vanilla Mix remaining 3-4 cup sugar will ir, salt and baking powder anr add to egg niixlure. Slir in dales id inns. Spread mixture uniformly over crust. Bake 20 minutes or until brown. Plenty of Savings in these Mountains of Values. Come! Take Your Pick The Romans are credited with introduction of the glass window. and stir In butter. Line 9-inch pic pan with mixture, pressing It down firmly. Chill for 20 minutes, Crunch.v Apple-Mince Fie 3 red Delicious apples 2 cups prepared mincemeat Unbaked 9-lnch pie shell Cnmchy Crust Topping Flute edge of unbaked pte shell and chill. Pare, core and slice apples; arrange In unbaked pie shell and top with mincemeat. Cover wilh Crunchy Crusl Topping and bake hi hoi oven (425 degrees F.) .10-35 minutes or until apples arc tender. Cnmchy Crust Topping \'i cup brown sugar, firmly packed J i cup butter or margarine 13 cup silted nil-purpose flour ->i tsp. cinnamon Blend ingredients together with fork until butter is si?.c of raisins Spread over apples and mincemcal in pie shell before baking. Choose from this wtdc variety of Mayrose Pork Loaf with Barbecut Sauce Mayrose Braunschwciger Mayrose Baked Meat Loaf with Stuffed Olives and Pimentos Mayrose New England Specialty Mayrose Baked M at Loaf with Pickles and Pimentos Mayrose Lunch Loaf Mayrose Headcheese, Cooked Ham Minced Specialty, Thuringcr, Salamij Bulogna and many others Get Mayrose READY-SERVE MEATS ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING CO. ST. LOUIS, MO. THOUSANDS A& SWITCH! t& ' OLD THE WORLD'S BEST COFFEES MAKE IT FROM I'LL TAK FOUNO THE PERFECT COFFES A Tl-AST.-OLO JUDGE! 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