The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 13, 1950
Page 15
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THOMDAY, JULY 1«, MM •LI'l'HKVILLl!, (ASK.) COURIER NTfWS Hot Weather Cooking Should Be Nutritious Extra Special to Eat When hot weather alUicIts cook-4 Lions, good nutrition often m 's. Yet summer is one time when extra nourishment LB especially needed. Children are out of school and have all day to ride their bikes, skip rope, play ball and do all the olher breathtaking things children are so found of. Grownups, too, often step up their pace when the days grow longer ind the sun .shines brighter. Tennis and gardening, fishing and swimming call for plenty of energy. So while your youngsters romp about and your husband labors In the garden, take time to study the seven basic food groups^—ypur dally check list for good nutritious meals. Shy away from hot steaming meals. If you want U>, but be sure to include foods from these seven basic groups every day. Group 1: One serving every, day of green and yellow vegetables— some raw, soine cooked, frozen, or canned, Group 2: One serving every day of oranges, tomatoes, grapefruit, or raw cabbage or salad greens. Group 3: "Two or more 's'ervln*!. every day of potatoes and other vegetables and fruits, raw, dried, cooked, frozen or canned. '4: One and one-half pints quart of milk every day for children, and 1 pint a. day for adults except, expectant and nursing mothers who should drink a quart of milk every day. • Group 5: Three or 4- eggs every week and 1 serving of meat, poultry, or fish every day, substituting dried beans or peas occasionally. Nuts, and peanuts should be served occasionally, too. Group 6: Three or more servings of whole grain or enriched bread, flour, and -cereals every day. Group 7: Butter and fortified margarine used for spreads and seasonings. Apple Cake Bread Is Without Liquid There Is an apple bread which Is almost an apple cake, and excellent to serve in thin slices with seafood salad and coffee: Apple Cake-Brtad '<•!• Cup shortening 2.3 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 cup grated apple (Including 'Deluxe Sauce' Is Wonder Trick If you're planning a barbecue supper for the gang or neighbors, you'll want a barbecue sauce that's par excellence. A lip-smacking sauce that will not only be the delight and talk of the meal but one that will evoke praise and the question -What's In this sauce that makes It sooo wonderful"? Barbecue Sauce Deluxe Is the wonder 'recipe! The trick k the gentle simmering and blending of the butter, cider vinegar and chili sauce with the re-st or ihe ingredients and spices. Barbecue Sauce Deluxe (Makes about 4-1 1:2 cups) 1 cup butter 1 IJ2 cups cider vinegar 1 teaspoon dry mustard 3 tablespoons onion, tinely chopped tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce 23 cups chili sauce 2 lemon, sliced 23 cup brown sugar teaspoon chili powder Thoroughly combine all ingredients in a saucepan. Heat until butter melts, and simmer gently 5 minutes.... 2 cups flour ' 1 Isp. baking powder 1 tsp. soda '.i tsp. salt !i cup nuts Cream the shortening and suear, and a<!ci bealen eggs. Silt together dry Ingredients, and add, mixing well. Add nut meats and mix. Bake in a greased or wax lined loaf pan Avocado Supreme Hot Day Specialty 3 ripe avocados 2 medium sized grapefruit l-!4 tablespoons of olive oil freshly ground pepper « medium sized tangerine* Juice of 'one lemon ' dash of salt Cut avocados in half, scoop out the insides with a teaspoon, rounding out in small balls; remove ALL the skin' from the tangerines and .grapefruit, and break into sections Rjfcf all of thla gently In a mix.' ^? '•" so that the avocado Is . not bruised. lemon Juice, salt, and freshly ground pepper from you pepper mill, and pour ovn- thi fruit. Let marinate while you ar 55 nimntes. at 350 degrees F. That's right— no liquid The 11- q Jid In the grated apple Is sufficient. PAGE FLPl'EEH Frosted Drops Art tor CooJri* Jar Simple desserts an popular these warm days. For a quick sweet treat to serve with fresh trulls, prepare frosted drops. They are also a right find for youngsters when hard play brings. "May I have something to eat. Mom?" Plain drop rookies are especially lempling with a frutl frosting — strawberry, orange, apricot, peach. cherry. Simply add confectioner's sugar io thicken a fruit sauce, then spread over the baked and cooled cookies. Chocolate and maple frost- RS are two other favorites. Try baking a large number of drop cookies at one time, then topping with a variety of frastinss. Made with lard, the cookies will stay fresh and moist for several days In the cooky Jar. Leftover Turkey With Great Ideas Surprises Family By Extra Flavor Turkey Is one of the best meat buys today. Not only roasted, but In dishes made from leftovers, it pleases almost everyone. Here are two wonderful recipes using what's left of Sunday's turkey: Turkey Hash (4 HTVlllEs) One-half cup diced celery, 2 tablespoons minced onion, 2 tablcsjwons drippings, 1 cup cooked finely diced turkey, 2 cups diced boiled potatoes, 23 cup rich nrilkj salt, pepper, paprika. Cook celery and onion In drippings until onion Is transparent, but now browned. Add turkey, potatoes and milk. Cook slowly", stirring occasionally, until healed thor- oughly. Reason to taste. Increase heat the last 10 minutes to brown bottom. Variation: Dh'lcle hash which has been heated thoroughly Into four Individual baking dishes. Make a hollow In eacli and hrcnk PRB into hollow. Place In a broiler about 3 Inches from heat. Cook until CRRS arc desired consistency. 5 to 8 inln- ules. Chill sauce noes well with this. Turkey Sandwich l.naf (Makrs 6 sandwiches) Four hard-cooked cglis, 1 cup finely chopped cooked turkey, l t cup chopped sweet pickles. I can (10 to \'2 ounce) cream of chici^n soup, salt and pepper. 12 slices bread. 2 tnblc-soons softened buttc_ or fortified margarine, '/i cup milk Chop two of the eggs. Combine | with turkey, picxies and halt of the soup. Season to taste with salt and jiepper. Trim crusts from bread and cut slices In half to make 21 pieces. Place 0 pieces of bread close together on bakliiR sheet or heatproof servini! platter. Spread with turkey mixture. Top with layer of bread. Repeal until there arc 3 layers of turkey ami 4 layers of bread. Brush top with the softened butter. Hake In & moderate oven W5 degrees P.) until llnhtly browned, about 16 minutes, niend milk with A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT remaining coup. Hut to boiling. Add remaining chopped «•»!. B«tv* over sandwiches. The best t*mp*r»tur« for ih« .storage nf Irish potatoo 1> (ivin u 40 degrees. Help Control Spaswi That Oftm CMW* Monthly Terror '.jU If your terrible KantbV «n r r»in are riot orxMnk but »r« ittu *•• - lr>' f'jiriUii to rip thc*« trying e«r» •«*' of yniir ratvniUr. Cerrlul le not • p«l»4 fcili.T. II'A JUBI ft leslM /n»4leln« etf JM*. k»l jci'nre which hrlpi control tta tvttmm' triet iiCCiEt bring prriudie dlitrwa. Tchavl • * i!ir**:lfil. Ctrilul erTvct* welcome reKef. tratii't fittirtly. 1 hoilland* of VOMn U4 1 rlrlj now trim to Cftrriul for HiaMefci^ rnmfort. So wnnoWCul. eoeU *o Mttk. ^ OHtY 2 MOW MMS ange the avocado shells on lettuce eaves, the tips of which have been dipped in paprika. Chill thoroughly, garnish with sprigs of mint. A dash of orange curacao may be added iust before servng (optional). Serves six. You not only have a color- "ull salad, but a new taste adventure. ENTER BIG CONTEST DETAILS AT DEALERS Don't Just Salt it- 2ibs.35c Yellow Vi Lb. Colored Sticks SUGAR 10lbbag89c Factory Packed Domino HURRY! On ADMIRAL Television You Can Still Get- Free Installation SEE THIS SET! 12 V," TUBE. Your eyes won't hielteve Its beauty. Your ears won't believe its low price! This exquisite console brings you pictures clear as (he movies on a wide, full vi- sioned screen. New super-powered Admiral chassis. Built-in directional Rofo-Scope antenna. Balanced contrast circuit. 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