The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 15
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BLTTHBVTLLE, (AUK.)' COTTRIEK NEWS Advance Menu. Planning Cuts Housewife's Drudgery Hours •f GAYNOat MADDOX NZA Bii/f Writer Th» Job of irtilnj UM family dinner In hoi wutbcr ew be • lot easier if you plan your menus in advance. You also tave money this »»y bjr srtventtng waste o! food. ChooM foods that are plentiful and use Interesting menus. Then sum- dfccooking will be less strenuous aMrmore rewarding, v The following budget menus nave been worked out by nutritionists «nd lamlly food experts. You'll like «ome of them for your family. . : Dinner: Broiled kidneys, rice with bacon, canned peas, beet cup vdad, bread, butter or fortified margarine, lemon sponge cups, coffee, milt. B*H Cup Salad • .Scoop out pulp from S or 6 medium whole cooked beets, leaving a thin wall. Chop beet pulp and combine with one onion, •• minced, and one cup of shredded cabbase Moisttn with French dressing. Pile into beet cups and serve on lettuce leaves. Dinner: Beef rolls, parsley rice steamed greens, sliced tomatoes, bread, butter or fortified margarine, raspberry ice, coffee, milk. Dinner: Chicken pie with vegetables, pineapple "cole slaw, hot rolls, butter or ofrtified margarine. cinnamon coffee cake, coffee,- milk. Dinner: Beef liver with tomato sauce, baked sweets, peas, green salad, bread, buter or fortified margarine, chocolate cake squares, cof- fee^nilk. •ipniier: Baked stuffed tomatoes using frankfurters, succotash, steamed escarole, bread, butter or fortified margarnie, baked caramel custard, coffee, milk. \ Dinner: Broiled flounder, new potatoes, creamed spinach, carrot salad, bread, butter or fortified margarine, ' mixed 'fruit compote, coffee, milk. Dried Beans Help Sausage Adapt Noyelty Strawberries Extend Dessert Idea List during Summertime PAGE FIFTEEN Strawberry ahortcikw, rolls, Urts and pies. It's * list of delicious des- Dried beans are abundant and economical and can be cooked de- iiciously. To prove it, try this different recipe: Bean SauuKM (Serves 4) Two cups cooked dry beano, 2J3 cup bread cubes, 1 egg, beaten, t|2 'teaspoon sage or savory seasoning, salt and pepper to taste, milk, fine dry crumbs. Mash beans. Mix well with bread cubes and egg. Add the seasonings and moisten with' milk. Shape the mixture in the form bt sausage and roll in crumbs. Brown in a little hot fat, turning to lorm a good crust all over, cook slowly about 20 minutes. Note: Bean sausages are good with tomato sauce .catsup, chill sauce, or a crisp green salad alongside. Glared Ham and Bean Kolis (Makes 4-6 servings) Eight slices boiled ham, cut thin. US teaspoons prepared mustard, 1 pound can pork and beans, 3 tablespoons dark brown sugar. 3 tablespoons water. Heat oven to 375 degrees (moderate). Spread ham slices will) mustard. Empty pork and beans into a bowl; mash beans slightly. Place 3 tablespoons on each slice of ham; roll up. Put in a baking dish. Combine brown sugar and water to make syrup; baste ham with this syrup before placing in oven and once while baking. Bake at 315 degrees F. for 25 to 30 minutes. Shrimp Curry Easy to Fix As Main Dish Midnight Snack Spreads Easy'to Make and Serve If you're planning to Invite the gang in for a snack after an evening out, here's a tip to make you feel like a guest in your own home In the morning, make up a variety of spreads. Uverwurst, mixed with chopped pickle and minced onion; cream cheese softened with cream and mixed with chopped chives; and ground ham blended with mayonnaise an seasonings You don't have to live near the ocean to enjoy the luxury of deli- clous shrimp dishes. Just look on your grocer's shelf 'and you will see cans of shrimp that can be turned into Inspired main dishes with little effort. You'll find canned shrimp big success when you serve this Shrimp Curry and Rice Loaf 2 cups cooked rice . can shrimp 1 onion, thinly sliced I tablespoons fortfiied margarine 2'tablespoons flour I cup tomatoes 112 teaspoon salt bouillon cube or 2 tbs. meat extract 1|8 teaspoon curry powder 1|4 cup water Prepare shrimp for cooknig. Peel the onion and slice in thin slices. Melt the margarine in a heavy pan. Add flour and make a rich golden brown roux. Add onions and brown lightly. Add salt, curry powder, and shrimp. Stir until shrimp are well coated in the roux, and none is left In the frying pan. Dissolve the boul- lon cube or meat extract in the would be a good assortment. Serve the spreads on crackers and potato chips with coffee or a cold beverage. A fine late evening snack—and easy, too. A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT sert* that homemakers will find fun Lo prepare while. these plump red berries decorate markets. for shortcake prepared In short lime use sweetened biscuits, suggest Heba Staggs, home economist. Made light and tender with lard, they are the perfect complement to the berries. Drop biscuits may be used for Individual sliorl- cakes or cake-style shortcakes may be prepared with the dough baked n layer cake pans. Sweetened ber- les are placed over the layers and he cake Is ready to cut in wedgc.s and serve with plain or whipped cream. Another dessert choice is strawberry roll. Biscuit dough Is rolled to a thickness of 1|2 Inch brushed with melted butter or margarine, then spread with sliced itrawberries. The dough is rolled Jelly-roll fashion and cut nito 112- inch slices. Ench slice is placed cut side down in 112 Inch of sugar sirup in a baking pan and baked in a hot oven (425 F.) for about 30 minutes. The strawberry slices are served white hot, with cream. As for pies and larts, sweetened strawberry slices may be arranged over cream fillings. Or strawberries placed In a bnked she! (use lard for fine pastry the same as for biscuits) may be spread will seven minute frosting and brownec in a moderate oven for about 15 minutes. Or the fruit filling maj be topped with thin pastry strip, or pastry designs • to reveal iL cheery color. water and combine wilr tomatoes Bring the shrimp back Into the sauce; lower heat and cook very slowly 10-15 minutes. Taste for seasonings and add more salt and pepper, if needed. Serve with rice. CATARRH SUFFERERS MACARONI •SPAGHETTI J PURE EGG- NOODLES Jt riMD cuti rat MI JUT MI TO MAIM. COMKUTION. SUrrlT tUSKIO HtKIt Relief at [Ml from tortur* of BimtM. •atarrh, and bar favar du* to naaal eonc**- lion M aata lotfay ia «porta of iuce*M witb a formula which au tb« power to redact na^al ccnrealioa. M«a and wniilii with mgonliiDff Ainlia hcadachaa. cloned aoatrUi. earmcb*. banking and anrciinr niHTT t*U or blond relief after i»lnf It KLOEONOL coat* 13.00. but eoaildrriac raauEta, tbla at not axpeniire, ainouatz Lo 011)7 oenniea per itoae. KLORONOL (caution. u»e OB!> aa dlncUd) aold with O*>ur7,l»ck >ua\ruv»l a> Wood! nruj Storc-BlTthtTllle M»)l Ordrrj Fillfd plump and tender FRANKFURTERS HERE'S A LETTER EVERY HOUSEWIFE SHOULD READ WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE LOWER PRICES? Very soon that's exactly what you'll find at two of your local independent stores—Freeman-Henley's and Naber's Grocery and Market. We take pleasure in announcing the formation of an association between our two stores. By combining our buying power and eliminating credit business and delivery service, we can bring you lower food prices. That is why WE WILL NOT OFFER DELIVERY SERVICE AND CHARGE ACCOUNTS BEGINNING SATURDAY, July 1. In the future you will find new low prices at our two stores places of business owned by home-town people. We are deeply grateful to all of you for your patronage in the past ... and we are sure that this new arrangement will be even more satisfactory to you. Please consider this notice YOUR PERSONAL INVITATION (o visit us and let us tell you the details of this complete change. NABERS GROCERY & MARKET FREEMAN-HENLEY GROCERY & MARKET FLUFFY TISSUE Toilet SARDINES American 2 N cSis* Kroger Bread sz. 27c New Super-Soft, LIMA BEANS N «L'10* fA|(F . . . "'" 10r White and Green Vflllli , Size «J 7l» Kroger Angel Food — 73 Fgg Recipe Pineapple - 2 r 39c j|0^ Hartex — Sliced or Crushed PEACHES - 2 N c r 37c 2 ICED TEA Kroger LEMONADE Minute Maid — Frozen STRAWBERRIES Winter Garden — Fresh Frozen SPOTLIGHT Kroger Hot-Dated Coffee COCA COLA II-or. Can 39* Ayondale — Sliced or Halves Preserves-2 ':; 35c Kroger Peach — fur* Fruit Orangeade 2 t: 55c Hi-C SALAD DRESSING 3 -37* OLIVES ...._. ...... 2 °£-59* Kroger Juice 3 ir $1 •* * r Pineapple Embassy Plain • . _ _, VINEGAR ..,,„29* "OSlee MlX - "' IOC Gold Dollar Upton . ICECREAM,. .2-59* Pork&Beans & 25c Taft Moody , .f^ .<%•%»• «•. SHERBET 0 ™-39* CORN - - 3 tT 25t Ta/f Moody Avondale Cream Style Yellow BORAX 'c£ 12* Barbecue Beef, Pork or Wieners 20 Mule Team BORAXQ 8-oz. Can Oscar Mayer (Package of Sandwich Buns or Wiener Rolls FREE) Armour Star SMOKED HAMS WATERMELONS 72-76 Ib. Average Shank Half Butt Half .... Ib. 65c; Whole .... Ib. 60c Large Guaranteed Red Rip€ ' Sweef PICNICS - - - Fruit Decorated — Rcady-to-Eat rt\ LUKIH Yellow 4 Ears . 59(? 'op Quality-Sweet Tender I IMCC Large, Seedless f II ylQ, LlrlLj Persian .Q For 1U> ^T7^» For Cooling Summer Beverages 19* 15* Premium, Star, or Abros SALT MEAT ---- Ib. 25* Cri>p fim Ib. 57* ° LETTUCE Q"°'"X Form Fresh, Full Drawn FRYERS 4[\ Lb. Bulk IT . |U Kro/t Bag 4D^ Washed, Red LUX SOAP S It Lifebuoy Soap Reg. Iff Bar / V Palmolive It Reg. Bar Ivory Soap 3 & 37* NORTHERN TISSUE 3 ROLLS 25c SPRY With Cake Improver J-Lb. Can

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