The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
Page 14
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FTJTEEM A REAL DESSERT TREAT for the family is "apple pindowdy" pie, made with apples from Or«on. Apple Pandowdy Pie Is Oregon Favorite By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Tart, juicy apples spiced with cinnamon, sugar and molasses and nestled in a tender, flaky oatmeal crust—this is what dreams are made of. according to the Keith Butson family of Portland. Ore. "We live In the heart of the apple country," Mrs. Butson said. " 'Apple pandowdy/ made with our own home-grown apples, is always the number one family .favorite. It has a homey oatmeal crust that tones down the sweet filling and does wonderful things for the apples." Once a teachrr of home economics, Mrs. Butson suggests serving "apple pandowdy 1 ' with a slice of cheese or a scoop of ice cream. Her husband, Mr. Keith Butson, a meteorologist for the government, predicts fair weather Vour Family Will Enjoy These Tarts Your family like cherries? Then they'll enjoy this dessert. Ingredients: 1 can (I pound and 4 ounces') red sour pitted cherries in extra heavy syrup, y 4 cup sugar, 5 "teaspoons cornstarch, dash of salt, 2 tablespoons butter or mar- psrtne 4 pastry tart shells, heavy ci'iam. confectioners' sugar, vanilla. Method: Turn cherries into a strainer over a bowl; allow to drain thoroughly. Stir sugar, cornstarch and salt together thoroughly in a 1-quart saucepan. Gradually stir in cherry syrup, stirring until smooth after each addition. Cook and stir constantly over moderately low heat until thickened, bubbly nnd clear. Cook a few minutes longer. Remove from heat; stir in butter until .melted and cherries; chill. Spoon into baked pastry tart shells Just before serving. Whip cream; sweeten with confectioner's supar and add vanilla; use as topping (or filled tarts. Read Courier News Classified Ads. ahead if you serve your family his favorite apple dessert, "Apple Pandowdy" Pie (Makes one 9-inch pie) Crust; Two cups sifted enriched flour, 1 teaspoon salt. 2-3 cup shortening, l / 2 cup rolled cats oats (quick or old-fashioned, uncooked). 4 to 6 tablespoons cold water. Filling 1 : Six cups sliced tart cooking apples, 2 tablespoons flour, '/s cup sugar, J ,i teaspoon cinnamon, *.» teaspoon nutmeg, ^4 cup molasses, Vi cup water, 3 tablespoons butter or margarine. For the pastry, sift flour and salt together in a bowl. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Add rolled oats and mix lightly. Add water a little at a tSme and stir lightly until pastry can be formed in a ball. Let rest 6 minutes.. Divide pastry in nair. Roll half slightly larger than a 9-inch pie .dish. Fit pastry Into d!sn turning edges under. Arrange apples in pastry shell. Combine flour, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg; sprinkle over apples. Add molasses and water. Dot with butter or margarine. Roll other half of pastry out to form 10-inch circle. Cut 10 '.j-inch strips of pastry with pastry wheel. Weave strips in. criss-cross fashion across the top. Seal strips and flute eges. Bake in a very hot oven (450 degrees F.> for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to moderate (.350 degress F.) and continue baking 40 minute*. Serve warm. Baked Rice, Cheese Combine in Tasty Dish By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food mnd Marked Editor The rice growers ol the United States have large supplies on hand. Let's help them move their stocks of this prime food. The Agricultural Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture has prepared Quick Banana Cream Cake Ingredient*: 2 layers (8 or 9 inches) sponge cake, 1 cup cold milk, 1 cup cold heavy cream, 1 package <3U ounces) banana-flavored instant pudding and pie filling, enough- chocolate frosting for tap of cake. Method: Have 1 layer of cake ready on cake plat*. Put milk and cream in mixing bowl; add pudding powder: beat until thoroughly mixed—a minute or so. Allow to stand for 4 or 5 minutes to thicken. Turn half of pudding over cake layer on plate; spread evenly add remaining pudding and spread. Top 'with second cake layer. Cover top with chocolate frosting. Refrigerate until serving time. Makes 8 servings. Note: If commercial sour cream is available, you might like to make this wonderful quick frosting originated by Helen Evans Brown, well- known cookbook author. Melt half of a. 6-ounce package of semi-sweet chocolate pieces over hot water; remove from heat and stir in thoroughly '/. cup of sour cream. Spread over top of .Quick Banana Cream Cake. Groundhog Foray JJERSEYVILLE, 111. W>—When George Kirchner's watermelon patch was invaded by groundhogs he shot and trapped 104 of them and col- i lected county bounty of 25 cents I each. Kirchner said, "L»st year I lost 20 watermelons to one big old | groundhog. He just chewed into each melon lor pure cussedness, I reckon, and not because he was really hungry. A few groundhogs can do more damage in a melon patch than a truckload of (rade school boys." *££Sy ", it takes * Cream tomakethe^ finest margarine \ , - - AND ONLY CREAMO HAS r IT'S AMERICA'S MOHf FRfSHfK! HONf RICHfR! Extra creamy rich ... extra smooth ... extra delicious. That's Se«lU«t Homoge- niied ViUmin D Milk . . . America 1 ! Most Popular Milk. Produced from local Mid-South dairy herds and processed fresh daily by Sealtest in Memphis under America's most rigid laboratory controls. Rushed to yo« daily by refrigerated Save Money! Buy Sealtest Milk in the handy, thrifty hmlf g«Uo« carton. Sealtest Dairy Products or* Distributed in Blytheville, Arkansas by GREEN BROS. DAIRY a 15-page booklet on cooking white rice to help housewives use part of this 270-million-dollar crop to their families' advantage. It includes these two family recipes. Baked Rice and Cheese (6 servings) Three cups cooked rice, 2 cups coarsely grated cheese, 2 tablespoons finely chopped green pepper or pimento, 2 eggs, beaten; 2 cups milk, 1 teaspoon salt, cayenne pepper, to taste; • cup bread cubes or coarse crumbs, 1 tablespoon melted butter or margarine. Arrange alternate layers of rice cheese and green pepper or pimento in a greased baking dish. Combine beaten eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Pour over rice and cheese mixture. Toss bread cubes in melted butter or margarine and sprinkle over top. Bake at 350 degre'es F. (moderate oven) about 45 minutes or until mixture is set and top is lightly browned. Rice and Beef Cakei In Tomato Sauce (6 servings) Lemonade Roll Takes the Cake By CJECILY BROYVNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor LIGHT AND AIRV sponge-cake roll with a tangy filling made from a can of lemonade concentrate! That's a dessert to serve to company. Follow our directions carefully and you'll not have trouble in preparing it. LEMONADE ROLL Ingredients: % cup sifted cake flour, teaspoon double-acting paper flour, baking powder, y, teaspoon salt, 4 eggs, % CU p sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla, confectioners' sugar, Lemonade Pilling, whipped cream or softened cream cheese. Method: Grease bottom of jellyroll pan (15 by 10 by 1 inches) with salad (not olive) oil. Line bottom of pan with waxed paper; grease with oil. Sift together the baking powder and salt. Beat eggs in deep bowl (about l',z quarts) with rotary (electric or fast-action hand) beater until foamy; beat in sugar gradually and rapidly until as thick as heavy cream and a pale yellow color. Beat in vanilla. Sift a little of the flour mixture at a time oVer the beaten eggs, folding it in lightly but well. Turn into prepared pan spreading so batter is equally deep. Bake in moderate (375 degrees) oven just until top springs back when touched lightly with finger and cake tester inserted in center or cream. The filling Is » tangy one and It needs the bland topping suggested. Makes 8 servings. LEMONADE FILLING Ingredients: i can (6 ounces) frozen lemonade concentrate, water, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, 2 tablespoons flour, !i cup sugar, 2 egg yolks (slightly beaten), 2 tablespoons butter or margarine. Method: Add enough water to lemonade concentrate to make V/z cups. Mix cornstarch, flour and sugar thoroughly in neavy l'/ y or 2- quart saucepan. Stir in lemonade- water mixture gradually; beat with a small whisk or fork until smooth after each addition. Cook and stir constantly over direct moderate heat until mixture comes to a boil; boil 1 minute. Remove from heat. Beat a little of the hot mixture into slightly beaten egg yolks; beat! back into remaining hot mixture. Return to heat and stirring constantly, bring to a boil; boil 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir in butter. Cool. Use as filling for sponge cake roll. One pound ground beei', 2 cups comes out r'.can—13 to 15 minutes, cooked rice, 1 egg. I tablespoon Do no! overtake or paper will be chopped parsley, 2 tablespoons chopped onion, 2 teaspoons salt, ye teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons cooking fat or oil, 2 cups tomato sauce or thin tomato soup (if a can of condensed ' soup is used, enough water should be added to make 2 cups). Combine all ingredients except the fat or oil and tomato sauce or soi». Shape mixture into flat calces and brown on both sides in the fat or oil in a fry pan and bake at 350 degrees P. (moderate oven) 30 minutes, basting the cakes with the sauce or soup once or twice as they cook. j hard to remove. Loosen edges of ' cake from sides of pan with sharp knife; turn cake over on tea towel that has been spread with confectioners' sugar, easing one corner from pan with spatuia. Remove waxed paper at once. Starting with short side, roll cake gently, with towel in it. Allow to stand rolled in towel to cool. Unroll and spread with Lemonade Filling. Roll up cake again without towel; lift towel high with one hand as you roll and j guide cake itselC with other hand, ' Place edge side down on serving plate. Serve whipped cream with sweetened with cream cheese softened with a little milk Rare Chance To Rib Swede NORFOLK, Va. W> — Norfolk seafarers may have wanted to heckle Arthur (Big Swede) Eon- ning, but they had to consider discretion. Then Ronning got locked up in the Seafarers International Union hall and had to yell through the steel bars which serve as a door. He had to spend several hours there before the only man with a key could be located. He took a lot of ribbing. Big Swede is 6 feet five inches and weighs 300 pounds. There are two types of mechanical couon harvesters; the "picker" and the "stripper." Read Courier News Classified Ads. Phone PO 2-2341 llythevilU STRICKLAND'S 309 N. 6th Stretr Highway 61 FOODS Blythtvillt, Ark. 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