The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1954 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 2, 1954
Page 15
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, 8HPTEMWR g, 1ft* PAGE FUTEElf Time to Start Thinking About School Lunches Bf CECILY BBOWXSTONE Associated Press Food Editor SCHOOL DATS bring Junior's lunchbox to the fore. How can you make take-along noon meals nutritious, fun to eat? Have you ever saved cottage- cheese containers and filled them with salads or desserts. Children enjoy- opening the little boxes, eating f-rom themand they don't have to tote them home again. Your kids like potato salad? Put some in one of the containers and send along with a ham sandwich and a few pickles. Use the contain- ers, too, for carrot and celery sucks. When you are baking a meat loaf j for supper, put some of the mixture; in a small custard cup and bake it, too. Next morning send along the tiny meat loaf in a container. Cole slaw can go in another. Baked apple, rice pudding, chocolate custard, gelatin and other desserts can all go in these containers. Vary the sandwich routine. Some days send along-hard-cooked eggs, plain or stuffed. Plain buttered bread tastes good with these. When you do send sandwiches, wheat »nd rye mate pleasant changes, to do hamburger buns. Raisin bread is good with a peanut butter and bacon fiHtng. Hot soup can go Into a small vacuum bottle. Use the homemade or canned varieties that your youngster likes beat. The milk usually added to the canned soups will "be all to the good. Put a surprise, in Junior's lunchbox as often as you ^ can. Potato chips, for instance, are always welcomed. And what's a lunchbox without a cookie or two? Bake some of these old-fashioned Jumbles; kids usually enjoy them with an orange or apple and-some milk. HONEY JUMBLES Ingredients: l cup sifted flour, % teaspoon baking powder, % teaspoon salt, V 4 cup butter or margarine, 1/3 cup sugar, -A, teaspoon vanilla, 2 tablespoons honey, 3 ta- milk, pecan*, orange m&rmalad*. Method: Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Cream batter, sugar and vanilla; beat in honey. Stir in silted dry ingredients and evaporated milk with wooden spoon. Hour your hands lightly and roll a tablespoon of the mixture between your palms; place ac least 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheet. Flour hands as necessary to complete rolling. Press cookies down lightly with floured palm and put a pecan in centers of half the cookies. Make a tiny indentation with finger in center of the rest of cookies and put a little marmalade in the indentation. Bake in moderate (375 degrees) oven 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Remove with spatula to racks to cool. Makes 20 cookies. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Here's Unusual Variation of Chrimp Creole Try tbte v umte«al va*wi»ioti erf 1 Shrimp Oreote. OKRA SHRIMP CREOLE Ingrcdknte: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 2 tablespoon* flour. 7S cup finely chopped onion. 2 large cloves garlic (crushed), l cup (2 medium size) finely chopped green pepper (about % pound)*, % teaspoon saft, oayeiHie, 1 teaspoon sugar, 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauoe, *t teaspoon celery salt, H teaspoon thyme seasoning powd«r, one 10% -ounce can tomato puree, one 15 73 ounce can cut okra, 1 att buttor ID HMnefc ahtitot ovar low heat; tot in flour Witt. Add onion, garlic aod gr«tti P*PP«r; oook ttdtfi ooioc fc ytl- lowad, *6krlog often. Add salt, daah of cayenne, sugar, Worcestershire, cel«iy Mft{ thyme and tomato pune. Cook Jiowly M to 16 minutes. Add ofcN, Mid shrimp; simmer Juet uc- ttt shrimp are cooked through— about 5 micuce*. Serve over steamed riot. Makes 4 generous serving*. 'TOPS'* FOR TASTE 6-/-g buys at j&oger KROGER PORK-BEANS Free Dinnerware at Kroger! Amaring? Yes, but it's true. Kill three birds with one stone;—you get your groceries, you save on values and with each purchase of $10 or mor«, you get a piece of dinnerware FREE. See the complete set now on display at l your Kroger Store in Blytheville. 3 no. 21/2 cans 32 ALUMINUM FOIL NAPKINS™ PAPER PLATES Reynolds Wrap 35 ft. Roll Pkg 430 Fix-a-Drink Chips I tAvilfcd Freestone DILL PICKLES American SWEET PICKLES Am ™ 22 2 390 MIXED PICKLES ^n .^ 270. DINNER ROLLS &0£erPk , 19^ QranaeJuice OLIVES Embassy BucK390 WIENER ROLLS « Pkff 190 ™"« CJUK ' C PEAR HALVES &oger 2? 410 NABISCO RITZ °± re >» ** 330 Buffer *<**« BENNETTS Bottle Lay's Ib. Pkg. 6 6 oi, COM POTTED MEAT JX 2 '*£ 130 KOOL AID 6 Pkgs 250 fb, Pkg, Windsor Club CHEESE VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 lb. loaf 4-oz. can 730 TIARA COOKIES Kroger !!^: 350 2 4-oz- OK^ can Avjf POUND CAKE Shank Portion Smoked n Butt Portion Uin * * Illi Junior Size Turkeys - - - lb. Wilson's Laurel Sliced Bacon • • lb. 55c Wilson's Certified Sliced Bacon * • • lb. LIKE U'D PICK BANANAS 2 ib$. 25 C Sweet Golden Idaho Washed Potatoes Seediest Grapes • 10 £ 59< Bag r 2 Ibs. 29c Lf'i.lJi^ 'i.jjiv— -^-^jlii^' •--••* 'V^Vii Jl 6 to 8 lb. Average Breaded Shrimp By the Piece Slab Bacon • Jumbo—aH meat Bologna - - SmaH Meaty Spare Ribs - Certified Skinless Wieners - 2 Ibs. $1 Large Jw4cy Persian Limes Mountain Grown Cauliflower • head29<

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