The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 22, 1950
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950 (AMU COURIER. PAGE ELEVF.M Fruit and Gelatin. Layered In Two-Tone Festive Pie Makes New No-Bake Dessert Bratenburgers Add Variation To Familiar Hamburger Dish Variety Is Necessary in First Meal Of the Day, 1950 Brides Advised A glamorous, no-bake pie calls for canned fruit cocktail, strawberry flavored gelatin and whipped cream In a vanilla water crust, This fruit cocktail cream pie invites generous samiVllng. It claims a luscious hle«jj; of fruit flavors and an apuWzing two-textured layering of. Iruit and gelatin. Fruit cocktail cream pie Is colorful with a fluffy pink bottom layer made witli gelatin and whippet! cream and a top layer of fruit cock tall molded in clear strawberry gelatin The preparation Is simple Part of >l\c gelatin is folded Into whipped cream and chilled In wafer crust. Then the fruit cocMai in clear gelatin Is put on as a for the creamy botto-i layer. Elaborate lOOKlllft nessert-s can de made easily with fruit cocktail anil fruit flavored gelatin. You have a variety of fruits Ulat everyone likes ready for Immediate use combination with all gelatin flavors. The two can he molded together -nd served plain or with a topping of whipped cream. The gelatin can be -wi v'ncl as a whip with a gnvnish of the fruit cocktail. Or you cat whip part of the gelatin and combine the remaining clear gelatlr with fruit cocktail for a !wo-layeret dessert mold. Along with the case o preparation, dcliciousness of flavo and tempting colors, fruit cocktai and fnr( flavored gelatin are ceo nomical for frequent serving. <WM! is a recipe for fruit cock (nH^-eam pie. A dessert that be made earty in the day for dinne service. Fruit Cockfail Crciun I'ic Vanilla Cookie Crust: Pit vaijilla wafers into bottom and on side of 10-inch pie plate. Set afirte. Fruit Cocktail Filling: 1 17-ounce can fruit cocktail 1 package strawberry flavored I gelatin J1 cup hot fruit cocktail syrup and water 2 tablespoons lemon juice t-: cup heavy cream, whipped Drain fruit cocktail; measure syrup. Add water to make HI cups. Dissolve gelatin in hot liquid. Add lemon juice. Chill until slightly thickened. Fold !i cup of the chilled go atin into whipped cream. Turn into Vanilla Cookie Crust. Chill until firm. Add drained fruit cocktail ro remaining clear chillet! gelittin Spoon over whipped cream mixture Chill until firm. YIELD: C to 8 Apples Team Up With Rhubarb Modern storage methods have made it possible to have fresh, crisi apples almost the year 'round. AL .east until the middle of July. Wincsaps are still nvnilnble. still with the crisp coolness so definitely their very own. Try combining winosap apple with the rosy hothouse rhubarb now in the market, in this recipe: Apple-Kluilmrh Crisp 2 cups finely cut Winesap Apple 2 cups ((nely cut rlmbarb 1 beaten egg 3 .t cup white sugar '& tablespoons flour Mix all together and place s glass baking dish. Top with: Vi cup butter 1 cup (lour I cup brown sugar (Combine to crumby consistency) Pack topping down over apple- rhubarb mixture, and bake at 375 degrees P. 30-40 minutes. Laurine Mueller, n bride of 1919. vc.s on a farm. Her address Is (FD 1. O'Fallon, III. She says to 350 orldcs, "The real secret ol ue- ng a good cook Is to plan a lot of Iffcrent menus." Uturinc knows that her farmer uisband ucs'ds lots of energy for he type of work he dues all tiny ong. Therefore she gives him an energy-packed breakfast every day. But she takes care not to get inln n rnl with her breakfast menus, yiie plum them according to the work schedule she and her husliand have for the day. "If it's a big day uhead." Sifted together flour, baking powder, and salt. Aild rolled oaUi and nuts. Combine rt*t% milk, fal, and molnsses. Mix with dry Ingredients just enough to moisten flour. Fill greased muffin pans »i full. Bake In a hot oven (425-450 degrees P.) 20 to 25 minutes. RRATKN'IIUKGERS area fnsty variation of (he familiar hamburre prepared in saucrtiralcii saitc*. in A variation on the familiar hamburger Ou'inc is always news. Ui-atenlnir?or.s — they arc neus! No Hung more complicated Ltiaii hamburgers cooked in a sauerbraten .sauce ut spices vinegar, guaranteed to pick up languid weather appetites Here's the brand ne\v tested recipe: Druioiifoiirycrs Three slices dry bread, 'i cup hut Wilier, 1 pound hamburger, 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion, 1 egg, 2 teaspoons salt, 1 tablespoon butter or lortincd margarine, cup cider vinegar. I 1 ™ cnps water. 12 cloves, C bay leaves, 8 snaps (coarsely crumbled). Break up bread and soften with 'i cup hot water. Add rneat, onion Lid salt: mi" w-ell. Shape into G patties and brown on both sides in hot lat. Mix together remaining ingredients; pour over patties. Cover and simmer about one hour. Personally, I like them wiih mashed potatoes and a b!g bowl ol garden salad— tomatoes, cucumbers two or three different kinds ol preens — nil tossed with ft good French dressing. Here's a recipe for French dressing many of our Canned Friut Cocktail Measurements Differ Fruit, cocktail is paekrd in .several can sizes for the convenience of trie homctnaker. The No. 1 caft contains 1 pound or 2 lo 2'k cup.s . , . . nboui Ifi cups of druinc'ft fruit and : S eup syrup. The No. a',y can generally contains 1 pound 13 minces, or alxmt 3Vj cups. This makes 2 cups of drained fruit and 1 '•!• cups syrup. The H ounce can contains 1 cup of the fuiit cwktiiil ... 23 cup of drained [mil and 1 3 cup syrup. In grncral, 2 cups of csinned fruit cocktail, drained, tire used with ,ilnt of gelatin hnxturo. she fitiys, 'with washing and .scrubbing and plowing, my breakfast is heavier than it would lie on a dt\y when we don't have so much to <lo, But it is always substantial." Favorite loons on the Muellers' breakfast table nre orange Juice, oatmeal, corn flakes, or n rice cereal, milk. eRMs, toasl, or hot biscuits. S]H'cinl occasions call for a favorite ccrenl quick broad, O.itim'iil Nul '.inflins (About I'i inciliiiiii-sl/eil iinifrins) One cu]> sifted all-purjiosc flour, 3 teaspoons baking puwcler, ^ teaspoon sail, l lf j cups rollcu o;iUs, cup chopped nut meats. 1 epK. bcat- ni. ! -j cup tuilk, -1 tablespoons melted fat, \-i cup dark mol;is,ses. China's 180 miles Hainan islnnd is abcni and 110 niilc.s wide for Top Quality Beef Cuts Always ask for tender, flavor-rich BEEF tlWfl MCMPH1* PACKING CO. WORK,TIME,FUEL- GET THE MOST FOR YOUR WHEN YOU GET AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT You'c sure ol t/e}trtittiiilt ami tfvHOttitcttl iliis hiuidsoinc Ddco- ( I ) (itntrtii Motors' "know how" itK'iins tint it's built ri^lit. (£) Out own "know how" means that it's Am! [I has llie exclusive Kotu/irt tll.U .-oitit fore using. Note: Add a clove garlic or n liberal shaking ol salt for even better flavor. ourselves, don't like sugar in our dressing but a lot of people do. French Dressing (Elasic) cup) One-half cup salad oil, U cup cider vinegar, I teaspoon salt, Vj teaspoon pepper, U teaspoon paprika, l /i teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon scraped onion with juice. Combine ail ingredients and shake or beat until thoroughly combined AT FREEMAN - HENLEY GROCERY & MARKET! GOLD BAND SLICED - - ifa 39<£ j's.svi.tL' PM^VIM iu. •j/y* - 2lb.box69f Fresh Dressed Lb, Plenty of Free Forking Space Old .Indue Mnxwull House 1 Hi. hi 69c 9 oul of \0 Screen Slors use LUX for summer loveliness Kentucky Wonder POLE BEAU SPRY 85^ LUX FLAKES 26 SPECIAL VALUES AT COM£ IN FOR. Warren's Grocery & Market .118 S. Franklin Fufgham Grocery GIO Lake Gateway Grocery & Mqrkct 210! Rose Forsyth's Grocery & Market I,akc Liberty Cash Super Market 501 W. Main Mays' Super Market SOI S. Zlsl. City Super Market ICO W. Main Gaines Grocery & Market 118 W. Main Grear's Grocery 212 E. Main Biship's Grocery & Market 211 E. Snider Grocery & Market 309 N. Franklin Little Super Market Air Base Pickord's Grocery & Market 1014 W. Chickasawba Cecil Lowe's Grocery & Market r,32 N. fifli. Freeman & Hcntcy Grocery and Market 201G \V. Main St. Nabers Grocery & Market lO.'i S. Division Smith's Grocery 217 Nickel Saver Store f" 30!) 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