The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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(ARK.) COCTI1CR N13W3 THURSDAY, JUNE M. 19gr» Outdoor Eating Can. Be Delightful If the Hostess Plans in Advance Trvfl great Amr.vicau iiaslimc of-i* "eating a snack" moves into Ihe nul-of-floors every .summer anci autumn. At the least excuse, there's a picnic, a. breakfast at ttio beach, supper on the porch or an after- the-bcach snack in the yard. Outdoor eating can be delightful for any croup, and Hie fun can be shared by the hostess if she will jusl do a little advance planning and preparation. Then it ivill become a gala occasion for all and Ihf hosless won't feel like saying. "It's loo much work." The right equipment, plenty of snacks and beverages, anci serving in pleasant surroundings spell out success for nil outdoor "snack-test." An indispcnsible. prop (or the hosi- ess who wants lo do a perfect job of entertaininfi is a portable snack bar, which can be buiit for a few dollars by any man who can use a saw Bticl hammer. In winter, il can be used in (he recreation room. With this snack bar, which Is in the shape of a half circle and lias shelves lor silplios. the hostess Is at liberty to center her "siiscV:- fe.«" in the yard or cnrrlen, on (he porch or any other pleasant lo- / ic curved front is nw<!c | - 'Mushroomburger' Platter Surprise Dish for Your Day *~ '~ --- — ' r *~' "'~''~"-' ' cation. The of Masonite l.eather'.vood. wnusu unusual embo^cd finish will make the snack bar an attractive local point for any outdoor party. The top is mode of tempered black hardwood, which i.-, resistant to cigarette stains. If lemonade is to be served, pic- pare it ahead of time. Have a reserve supply and extra Ico-cubc.s on the snack bar shelf. Enjoyable snacks to tide over ravenous appetites after a swim or ]»r>ct>m. potato chips, cheese tidbits, or pretzels. To add zest to the tidbits, have a dunking bowl of cheese spread on hand. This can be made by blending cream cheese with finely chopped chives and enough cream lo give it the proper clunking consistency. run-prise dish that, will MiJSliKOOMHU!;r;i:it ri.A'rrai—is vc anyone rtn extra treat nn any riay. Bv fiAVN'OIl MADDOX cup finely diced onion. 1 teaspoon NKA Staff \ Heie's an Idea for a ler lor wife) Key Ingredient In Best Spaghetti Sauce is the Meat What makes a really good .spaghetti meat .sauce? Well, plenty of meat, for one thing! Then, slow rooking for a couple of hours give,, it that rich flavor whirh conies from perfect blending ol mgric- dienl.s. The sna.soning.s \iscA am another important (actor. In addition to I,he usual onions, green pepper, and garlic, a little cinnamon anci ground cloves give jnsl the right spicy note. Don't use In much, of course—you wouldn't want Uic saute lo taste like a spice cake! Add just a quarter lo ft half teaspoon of fit the beginning ol the period. 5 As for the kind of meat (x> use, j you'll find ground V<M] (browned j ground beef is the usual choice, but in olivB oil) in many authentic ll/il- j?n recipes. You can uric ground pork shoulder .too, for an ccononit- | ral »nd rich tasting sauce. For the | liquid, use .strained canned toma- loes, tomato juice, lornalo sauce, or tomato f.o»p—any of tlio.se wilt j cook the ingredients to mellow good- | ness. ... ' Speaking of .spites, you'll rind i hhat all ot your meat dishes will be more cleverly seasoned if you kcrp your herb, 15 ; find spices clo?c at hand during cooking. Thr.se should be. eroupcri together in your cupboard ! in a space near the stove, so that! you can reach for them easily. dmiali- who wants lo give a porch party: Muslirnn mini r£cr iMallcr (I) servings) Three-ounce can chopped broiled mushrooms. 1 pound chopped beef, •1 ounces American cheese, grated, 'a teaspoon salt, % teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire saucr, 3 hamburger buns, 2 tablespoons softened butter, 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet. Combine contents of can of mushrooms, bnef, cheese, salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce, mixing well. Halve the buns. Divide the me:it mixture into six crjim] portions and shape into flat patties (he diameter of the buns. Place a patty on each bun half. Blend together butter and kitchen bouquet. Spread lightly over the tops of the patties. Arrange it] center of heat-proof serving plnl- ter and bake in hot oven (-125 rlc- prcc.s I'M until medium done, about 20 minutes. Meanwhile cook cauliflower,-.!^ and a packngc r( fiw.en [icas and carrot- 1 ; until just tender crisp—or any other two vegetables you prefer. Season the vegetables. Remove teaspoon sugar, U <ea- tablespoon horse- mushroomburgcrs from oven. ranRe the vegetables on either side of (he platter and garnish with a few sprigs oT parsley. Serve immediately. Biirbccimd Sparcribs (2 to J servings) Two pounds spa [cribs, '}. loa- spnnns kitchen bouquet, a-niince can tomato sauce. \ tablespoon vinrjrnr. I clove garlic:, minced. \-i sall. .spoon radish. | Have meat dealer split ribs. Cut In ; serving size pieces. Jimsh pieces on both sides with kitchen bouquet Place ribs meat side up on shallow baking dish and bake, uncovered, in moderate oven (350 degrees PM until browned, about 30 minutes. Combine remaining ingredients and pour over ribs. Cover and cook for nbotit 20 minutes, turning ribs once. Remove cover and continue baking until meat is tender, about 20 minutes longer. Serve Immediately. 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