The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST W, 1954 Summer: Open Season By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor IT'S OPEN SEASON for open- style sandwiches. All of summer's bounty to use in their making! So inviting they look on the plaie! Perfect for warm weather, these i open sandwiches, because you can 'prepare them quickly, vary them ! infinitely. Just how infinitely we j have known ever since we visited 'the little country of Denmark, where the open sandwich is a national institution, and we counted a third cup of mayonnaise and a little minced onion; pile on pumpernickel bread. Serve with another open sandwich of a slice of roast beef garnished with sliced hard- cooked egg, mayonnaise and watercress. 2. Pile tuna fish salad on a slice if rye bread, dust with paprika and garnish with green pepper and small sweet onion rings. Serve with another open sandwich of' sliced avocado and pimiento strips. 172 varieties on the menu of the famous Oskar Davidsen restaurant. The advantage of the open sandwich, we read on the Davidsen bill of fare, is its one piece of bread. This way there is "nothing to hide the lovely colors of the tasty morsels of meat, fish and vegetables" that are placed on it. Of course there's nothing to prevent you from eating as many open sandwiches as you like! Here, for instance, are some delectable combinations. 1. Mix a cup of finely chopped j young fresh leaves of spinach with one slice of white bread; serve have .a special recipe that goes with an open sandwich of sliced ham and shredded lettuce. 4, Arrange slices of marinated cucumber on a slice, of wh,ite bread; serve with another open sandwich of diced fresh lobster mixed with diced fresh tomato (peeled and seeded) and mayonnaise. 5. Put a thin slice of cold roast pork on a slice of whole wheat bread; serve with another open sandwich of sliced pickled beets 3. Pile soft Cheddar cheese j and romaine garnished with may- lmixed with chopped green olives and walnuts and mayonnaise on onnaise. For our last open sandwich we f over big whenever we serve it for lunch. OPENFACE CRAB AND CHEESE SANDWICHES Ingredients: One e^-ounce can crab meat, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, l /z cup real mayonnaise, 3 tablespoons milk, 3 / 8 teaspoon salt, 8 slices bread, extra mayonnaise, 2 tomatoes (sliced), 4 slices American cheese, pimiento-stuffed olives. Method: Flake crab meat and mix with lemon juice. Blend y 3 cup mayonnaise, rnilk and salt; toss lightly with crab meat. Spread half the bread with extra [ mayonnaise. Cover with tomato slices and top with crab meat mixture. On remaining bread slices place cheese. .Broil crab meat and cheese until golden brown. Garnish center of open cheese sandwiches with sliced olives. Serve at once. Makes 4 servings. Veal chops are delicious when dipped in beaten egg and. then in seasoned fine dry bread crumbs. Use salt, pepper, celery salt and paprika for seasoning the crumbs. Sprinkle fluted slices of cucumber with paprika for an extra- pretty garnish. A kitchen arranged into definite work centers saves time and energy. In the food storage and preparation center, steps are saved when foQfi arvi stages <*» to **ltett from the refrigerator and storage, cabinets next to it and prepared at a nearby work surface. NOURISHING AND DELICIOUS KROCHI B1IH6S YOU FINER, A MIRACLE VALUE NEW LOW PRICE! CAKE ANGEL FOOD BABY BEEF Steak Tender Delicious Tasty LB. DIB CTC A If or Rib Roast u s - choice IIID 0 I LMIV Choice baby beef . .Ib. CHUCK ROAST ^ b)c S elb 390 BOILING BEEF usch ± , b 190 GROUNB BEEFcti^r u ib 370 SPARE RIBS forBarbe . c ± g lb 590 WIENERS Certified SLICED BACON Laurel SPLIT BROILERS 450 n, 450 Lb. 590 SLICED BACON ™SS-....«, 690 FISH STICKS Cooked ,,490 SLAB BACON Cente Cut Lb 590 SLAB BACON ^, b 490 Ib. 65 C Kroger White Tastes Better Toasts Better! Because it's made with 100% Pure Cane Sugar. ~f<^- j*F ti £ «* „ - * New Giant Size Sandwich Loaf Loaf 16-oz Big 20-oz. Loaf Compare Size as Well as Price Persian or Honey Dew MELONS NOT THIS! NOT THIS! Juicy -sweet! Vine-ripened! Mellow-flavored! Rushed refrigerated to reach you flavor- Jumbo Size Potatoes Michigan Grown, Vine Rips Tomatoes • Ib. 19C Michigan Grown, Sweet Blueberries pint 39c 2for29c Frtsh, Full of Milk Cocoanuts Free Dinnerware! Every Week at your Kroger Store in Blytheville with each purchase of $10.00 or more! this weeks offer a beautifully designed Cup. Exclusively at Kroger. Does more than whiten your clothes makes them sanitary too (lorox Bleach Quart Bottle v% Go I Ion 17c 30c Hi-( Orange Drink 46oz Can Hi-C Party Punch 46oz. Can

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