The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1950 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 6, 1950
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COimiER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY «, 1»M Cold Ham, Beans, Brown. Bread Special Treat For Porch Party COLA 1IA.1I AND BEAN'S, lo|iju-il uff with brown bread "drums 1 carbonaferl [leverages make an ideal picnic-at-home spread. How's this for a porch party menu—individual pots of cola ham and beans, brown bread drums and creamy cole slaw? With It go bottles of Irost cold carbonated beverages to add tingling refreshment to a substantial "picnic at .home." Cola Ham 'n* Beans (Serves -1 to 0) Oiie and one-half cups cubed ham, 1 cup cola carbonated beverage, 2 1-pound) cans baked beans, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 1 medium-sized onion, ininecd. Soak cubed ha'ni in cola for nt least 2 hours. Drain, reserving '& cup of liquid. Combine beans, brown sugar, cubed hain. reserved llciuid »nd minced onion. Pour into 1- quart sfee casserole or 4 individual * casseroles. Bake In moderate oven (350 degrees P.) for 30 to 40 minutes. Serve at once with Creamy Cole Slaw and Brown Bread Drums. Brown Bread Drums (Malt! about 6 to 8 sandwiches) On« round loaf brown bread. 2 (S-6unce) packages cream cheese, ,U cup cream. Cut bread Into thin -slices. Soften cheese with cream. Using cheese as a filling, make sandwiches three decks high. Spread aides with cheese. Place narrow strips of brown bread diagonally from lop io bottom to resemble the sides of ft drum. Crramj- Cole Slaw (Serves 6) One-half cup mayonnaise, ',4 tea- spoon salt, 2 tablespoon!; lemon juice, lenspoon celery seed. 1 tablespoon minced onion, 1 sniall head cabbage, shredded, 11 cu chopped green pepper, V, cup shredded carrots, 6 green stuffed olives, sliced. Mix mayonnaise, salt, lemon juice, celery seed nnd onion together. Chill while preparing [he rest of the ingredients. Combine cabbage, green pepper, carrots and sliced olives. When ready to serve, combine mayonnaise mixture and vegetable combination. Dairy Foods Lead Plentiful List; Eggs Have Variety of Uses It looks like a bountiful footi mimlli ahead. Milk, our first line of nutritional defense, and all sorts of dairy toocls (butter, cottage cheese und . cheese), us \vctl ns what we like In the poU—chicken • -!P;K! off the "big eats" wondeiiiiJ parade. -• E^K.S f*re wny out In front, too. So Is peanut butler. fresh vegetables will be abundant and ttie list will Increase as (he weeks pass. Earlier, we 'ji na vc cairoi.4, onions, fresh corn and ol cnni'pp potatoes. In ninny parts of the country there'll be lots ol snap beans, beets and lettuce nnd after July 15 all the fftt ripe red tomatoes you can cut. There'll be watermelon, too. So when you plan your family menus, select most, of the items from this list .of July plentiful!!. That's one sure way of ^cutting frxxl costs. Here's-the full list. Tack it np In ynur kitchen as a Kiiide to food economy and fine eating. Fritils and Vegetables: Carrots; fresh corn; onions; potatoes; watermelons, Pmiltr.r roods: Kl^.s; broilers; fryers; hens. Oilier Foods: ' Dairy products; peanut butter; fish (fresh and frozen); rice. Here's a warm-weather luncheon hint—easy, nourishing nnd delicious: Prepared-mix split pea soup In cups, Melba toast with garden cheese filling, radishes, orange cup cakes. Iced lea. Garden Cheese rilllnx Mix loRether I cup cream style cheese, 2 tablespoons finely grated raw carrot, ',-.-, teaspoon tinelv chopped Rrcen pepper, : Vi leaspooa finely chopped pimento '.•!c teaspoon finely chopped chives! t'.i teaspoon chopped parsley and '•; leasppoii grated onion may be used for the chives.) KEBS Wild Variety \ Epgs are plentiful. They are a wonderful food, but many of us overlook the great variety of ways they can be prepared. Take a look at these recipes, You'll probably enjoy them very much: (Fur 5 8-ounr« K'asM*) Four eggs, " f teaspoon salt, & clip .sufjar, juice of 2 lemons, 3 cups plain or carbonated water and jce. Heat eggs, salt, sugar and lemon juice thoroughly. Add water and blend. Serve over cracked Ice. 'The eggs, .salt, sugar and lemon Juice may be mixed In advance and' stored in the refrigerator.) Deviled Kses In Tomato JHI; •Ix 4<v)l«l ««si, t tablespoon gelatin, U cup tomato Juice, Hi cups canned tomatoes, Including juice, '4 bay leaf, 1 whole clove, 1 teaspoon sugar, •>; teaspoon salt, dasii paprika, 1 tablespoon vinegar or lemon Juice, ',4 teaspoon grated onion, ! ,i cup diced celery or 'A cup finely chopped cabbage. Prepare the eggs. Soak the gelatin In the cold tomato juice, bay leaf and clove for 10 minutes. Remove spices. Add soaked gelatin to .the hot tomatoes and stir until gelatin Is dissolved. Add sugar, salt, paprika, vinegar and onion. Chill until partially set. Then combine with celery or cabbage. Arrange deviled eggs in a shallow pan or in individual molds and pour gelatin mixture over them. Chill until set. Serve on lettuce, shredded spinach or over salad green H. M»B-ln-thc-M«oa Kff, Hard cook eggs. Remove from shell and slice in half. Remove yolk and mix with mayonnaise and pickle relish. Stuff whites »nd slice In wedges. YOUR FR*NtX.Y' MAGNOLIA DEALER Shirley Hipp Office Phone Residence Thou? ... BlythtvilU .4*91 : 74* OW1 ANYONE CAN NAVE JOT WATER QUICK I Merely Heater pl«* » poritbU FAST-WAYJ n « receptacle ronlaiaiuK waite socket . . . «et HOT WATKK 1' tm/or butljinj, ftfrubbinc, wMJaing, cleaning cream tuparatora. uilk MEW, p&ib, Me. — si**il d^ptuJinj ujxm <iu.mtity. Cooapar* with XM. No firm to build — BO hot w*Ur t* carry — DO running up and down slain. No dirt. peii'iiie Now w . . n top hfwvy fuel bills. lUndyl lr ! IU»d itiiectioiLi before using, fotl U ttoa tb*n (2,60. t'or*»l«by — HUBBARD 2i3 West Main Al()l.l)l-:i> I'RACJI SALAD SQUAKUS Ingredient: 1 cup canned cling peach slices. 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin. 1 >i cups hot water. 3 tablespoons lemon juice, >/, teaspoon salt, lit teaspoons grated onion. ',7 teaspoon prepared horseradish, dash tabasco sauce, 1 cup cottage cheese, salad greens, mayonnaise. Method: Drain peaches. Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Mix In lemon juice, salt, onion, horse-radish and tabasco sauce. Cool until slightly thickened. Fold in peaches and cottage cheese. Turn Into pan (about 6x8 inches). Chill until firm. Cut it;to squares and serve on salad greens. Top with mayonnaise. Makes G servings. $100 TRADE IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR 7" OR 10" TELEVISION SET. On This 19 inch ADMIRAL Combination Admiral's finest model (or those who want the' best. Mammoth pictures . . . clear as the movies! Every conceivable feature. Built in directional Roto-Scope antenna . . . many exclusive Admiral "firsts". Dynamic FM-AM radio . . . static free tone! "Triple-Play" automatic phonograph . . . one needle, one spindle for all RPM speeds and record sizes. 12" speaker. Automatic dome light. Spacious record storage. Gorgeous custom quality hand-rubbed mahogany cabinet. Also in blonde. FRED CALLIHAN RADIO SERVICE 110 S. 1st. Call 2(il2 Lucky ' DOG FOOD 6eans 35 PET MILK 3 tall cans C. & W., Sour or Dill PICKLES ----- - full quart 25C ORANGEADE---46 - 29< Assorted JELLO 3 pkgs. 23 * Armo Cut GREEN BEANS 3 No. 2 cans 250 The Pause that Refreshes COCA-COLA case 7 50, Wilson Certified MEATS ~t£ Heil Sliced SIRLOIN STEAK - Ib. 89c BACON - Pure Pork N 1 D d SAUSAGE - - - lb.39c FRYERS - Streak-of-Lcan SALT MEAT - - Ib. 19c RIB ROAST Ib. 42c lb.55c lb.69c Golden Large Rcd BANANAS - - Ib. 15c PLUMS lb.33c Paschal - Long White CELERY-3oz.sizeea.19c CORN - - - 4ears25c Large Iceberg | ce c o ld LETTUCE -.- 2for25c WATERMELONS lb.3k 5cedless Flo. Seedless GRAPES - - - lb.35c GRAPEFRUIT-2 for 19c Yellow^ • Ark. Red ONIONS - - 2lbs.15c POTATOES lOlb. bag 35c 360 Sunkist Jumbo LEMONS - - doz.33c CANTALOUPES - ea. 23c Save on These Weekend SPECIALS Margold Colored OLEO - - - - Ib. 25c Crystal Strawberries -12 oz. 35c Adams Orange Juice - 46 oz. J7c American SARDINES-2flatcans15c Old Time Vienna Saus. - 2 cans 25c Green & White Limas - 2 No. 2 cans 25c Peerless Potted Meal-2 cans Ik

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