The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1956 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 5, 1956
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PAGE TEN BLTTHIYILLl (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 19W PizzaTeamswitkPears Like Love, Marriage By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor Our state of Washington friends love to talk about their fine pears. They say pears have a chameleon- like quality. Their smooth texture and mild 'flavor combine beautifully with exotic, spicy dishes. Our friends recommend serving pizza pies with pear salads. BOSJC, the long, slender-necked golden russet pears, are about gone. Kowever Anjous will be on the market through March. Pl«a Pies and Pears (Makes 4 salads) Salad: Four fresh Anjou or Bosc pears, V 4 cup sow cream, 14 cup mayonnaise, K cup finely chopped nuts, 1 red-skinned apple, sliced, I pink grapefruit, sectioned.. Wash pears and cut in halves, removing core. Combine sour cream with mayonnaise. Fill pear cavities With mayonnaise mixture; sprinkle with nute. Place two pear halves on salad greens, add alternate slices apple and grapefruit •ecttons. IndlYidtifri Pizza Pies: For* each Pinna Pie, butter a half English muffin. Spread with tomato sauce, or catsup. Arrange slice of American cheese on sauce. Place four or five anchovies atop cheese and sprinkle whole with oregano. Place under broiler to heat and to melt cheese. Serve with fresh pear salad. Garnish with radish roses. Frankfurters With Spicy SauceYour Dish H you like frankfurters with a spicy sauce, here's your dish! Barbecued Frankfurters Ingredients: 8 all-beef frankfurters (a little over a pound), 1 table- spion butter or margarine, 1 small onion (finely diced), 'A cup tomato catehup, 1 A cup cider vinegar, 'a cup water, 4 teaspoons sugar, 1 teaspoon butter or margarine, 1 small tershire sauce, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, % teaspoon pepper. | Method: Make 3 diagonal slits in each frankfurter, about 1 inch] apart, without cutting entirely through. Place frankfurters in a baking dish (about 1 by 11 by 2 inches) slit side up. In a small saucepan, melt butter; add onion and cook over low heat, stirring often, until partly tender. Add tomato catchup, vinegar, water, sugar, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, mustard and pepper; bring to a boil. Pour sauce over frankfurters. Bake in hot (400 degrees) oven basting a few times, until frank furt- ers are thoroughly heated and llght- Jy browned and sauce has thickened a little—about 20 minutes. Makes 4 servings—2 frankfurters for each portion. Special Chocolate Angel Food A scrumptious cake dessert! Ingredients: 1 package (16 ounces) chocolate angel food cake mix, 1 package (3'4 ounces! : coconut-style pudding and pie fill- Ing, 1 cup milk, 1 cup heavy cream, 4 tablespoons confectioners' sugar, ^ teaspoon vanilla. Method: Prepare angel food cake mix according to package directions using the size angel-food- cake-pan specified. Prepare coco-. nut filling according to package di-1 rections using only 1 cup milk; fill-' tag will be stiff. Cool filling but do not refrigerate. Whip cream until almost stiff; »dd sugar gradually, and vanilla, beating until stiff. Gradually fold whipped cream into cool pudding. Cut cake into, three crosswise Uyers; re-assemble, spreading fill-! tag between layers but not on top. i Hefrigernte until shortly before ] serving. Midget RUte* Europe has seven midget states. •11 of which could be swallowed by ttif state of .Delaware. Tliej lire Luxembourg, 999 square miles; TTlwK. 275 square miles; Ando 1M squnre miles; Liechtenstein, 61 •qunrc miles; San _Marlno, 38 •qustre miles; Monaco, one-hall [ •quarn mile, and Vatican City, one-1 »l«t**nlh squnre mile. j A modern Jet fighter plane uses MMtmti tubing to equip the hentlng »ixi wntfr <y»itpm* o( flv« six- room It't Time for Afternoon Tea B, CECILY BKOWNBTONE Aiwelatod Tnm Food Editor AFTERNOON TEA, when I was • little girl in Canada, was »n everyday occurrence. But tea on Saturday or Sunday afternoon was often a special occasion. Then my mother might serve her rich crusty-brown baking powder biscuits. When you split one, dabbed it with butter, and tasted the soft downy insidcs, you thought you were eating angel wings. My mother used a concoction of her own—made from honey and walnuts—as a spread for the biscuits and I can still remember how good the combination tasted. A friend tells me th»t she likes to use Lemon Butter—of English origin and sometimes called Lemon Curd or Lemon Cheese—as a biscuit spread. Not long ago, on a trip through Pennsylvania's Chester County, I discovered that Lemon Butter has been a favorite in that region for many years, and that the recipe for it used to appear in ladies'-aid cook books. Here in New York we understand that you can buy the lemon spread, imported from Scotland, in some retail shops. You can also buy an utterly delectable homemade variety of it in a little downtown Ninth Avenue shop run by a tiny l»tly tn hsr sfVfntip.'i smooth spread, good to h*v« en hand in the refrigerator. W» our- selvw like it best, In English fashion, as * tart or cake nUinj. But no matter how delicious your tea accompaniments are, they will taste best if the tea itself It nude well. It can not be said too often that your teapot should be preheated; that you should use fresh cold water and bring it to a full rolling boil just before-making tea; and that the tea should be brewed about five minutes. With these words, we adjure you! Now make that cup of tea both hot and strong and, on a cold afternoon, savor its unique comfort. LEMON BUTTER Ingredients: 2 eggs, dash of salt, 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine (left at room temperature to get soft), rind of 1 lemon, tt cup lemon Juice. Method: In top of double boiler, beat eggs just enough to combine yolks and whites. Stir in salt, sugar, butter, lemon rind and lemon juice. •Place over boiling water, with the water, coming up as high as possi- ble Cook and rt'r «m«*antly thlckencd-8 to 10 minutes. (Mixture will coat a silver spoon well when it ii thick enough.) Fill bottom part of double boiler with cold water and allow pan of Lemon Butter to stand over It until cool. Store in tightly covered container In refrigerator— mixture will thicken a little when it It chilled. Makes •bout 1« cupt. _ Read Courier News Classified Ads. NaggingBackache Sleepless Nights NirciK bicluclic, b«dul», or muscular Khes and pains majeome o«»ithov«r-«Kr- tibnemolionsl upsets ordaytodaystresswl irate And f<*««boeatand drink unwiielr ESSiinei su«er mild ll.dder Irritation «-ilh that restless, uncomfortable leelliuc. "if YOU are miserable and worn out because of these discomforts. 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