The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1954 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 9, 1954
Page 15
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BLYTHRT1LL1 (ARX)' COTTRIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER », 1954 Economic Meat Cuts Good Used in Chili Creole Sauce Highlights Salmon Dish By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor ECONOMICAL CUTS OF MEAT, like beef for stewing, make wonderful eating if you know what to do with them. Ever use small cubes of beef- stew meat, instead of hamburger, in chili con carne? Seasoned with chili powder, the meat takes • on zesty flavor. Once you become a chili addict, you will probably serve it often. Chili powder is a combination of a fruit (chili pepper), a seed (cumin), a leaf (oregano), a bulb (garlic) and a mineral (salt). Packaged, it is pretty well standardized as to strength; but if you buy it "loose." add it by teaspoonfuls because it may be "liotter" than you counted on. We like to start a chili con carne supper with an appetizer of avocado and corn chips. Make sure the avocado is ripe and mash it fine with a fork; add finely diced, onion, lime juice, salt and pepper to fiaste. Put a bowl of the avocado dip alongside the corn chips, and let people help themselves by scooping up the avocado with the ciiips. Rice is a "'must" with chili con carne. Crusty French bread ifi a Molasses Cookies Hit At a Party These cookie* make wonderful partv favors. JUMBO MOLASSES COOKIES Ingredients: 3^ cups sifted flour, 1 teaspoon, baking soda, & teaspoon salt, 1% teaspoons ginger, ^ teaspoon cloves, % teaspoon nutmeg. & teaspoon allspice, % cup shortening, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 1 cup dark old-fashioned molasses. Method: Sift together flour, baking soda, salt, ginger, cloves, nutmeg and all spice. Cream shortening and sugar. Mix water and molasses. Add sifted dry ingredients alternately to creamed mixture with water - molasses, blending will after each addition. ChdH in covered bowl -in refrigerator overnight. Roll out 74-inoh thick on floured board or prepared pastry cloth. Cut into round® with a 4-inch cookie cutter. Place 3 cookies afc a time on. greaaed baking sheet. Bake in moderate (360 degrees) oven 10 to 12 minutes. Remove to cookie rack with large spatula to cool. Store in tightly covered container. When cookies are cold, •write names on them by forcing decorative frosting through narrow opening of cake decorator. Makes 1& dozen cookies. Here's New Way To Thicken Filling For Peach Pie Here's a new way to thicken a fresh peach filling for a pie. SPICY FRESH PEACH PIE , Ingredients: Pastry for 2-crust pie, 5 cups sliced peaches, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, % cup. granulated sugar, 14 cup firmly-packed brown sugar, y 4 cup quick-cooking rice cereal, Ys teaspoon salt, 14 teaspoon cinnamon, 14 teaspoon nutmeg, l / e teaspoon cloves, 2 tablespoons butter, or margarine. ."V'ethod: Prepare pastry for 2- crust pie. Line bottom oi 9-inch pie plate with pastry. Place peaches in a large bowl; mix with lemon juice. Stir sugars, quick-cooking rice cereal, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves together: stir gently into peaches, nen fill pie shell. Dot with butter. Top with lattice crust. Bake in hot (400' degrees) oven until lightly browned — about 45 minutes. Serve hot or cold. Bantam Avocado Is Appetizer If you want something really different and delicious, try this ap- l petizerj j BNTAM AVOCADO ! Ingredients: 2 medium-size avoca- ', dos, one can consomme madrilene ' (chilled;, one 2-ounce jar red ca- j viar. ! Method: Peel avocados; cut each in- ' to thirds. FJake chilled jellied ma- drilene with a fork and mix in ca- \ viar. Serve madrilene-caviar over i avacado. Makes 6 servings. j Scrape and slice a bunch of carrots; cook just until tender in boil- ! ing salter water, then drain. Re- ' heat the carrots with a tablespoon of butter or margarine and a couple of tablespoons of mint jelly. Serve these minted carrots with roast leg of lamb. NON-FATTENING! Sweetens Instantly €•*•«, TM, All Foo* good go-along, too; as is a tossed green salad. For dessert fruit is best. CHILI COX CARNE Ingredients: 1 pound boneless lean beef stew meat, l tablespoon buter or margarine, 2/3 cup chopped onion, Vi cup chopped green pepper, 3 teaspoons salt, l teaspoon sugar, % teaspoon garlic powder, \\ teaspoon ground blact pepper, one 16- or 17-ounce can (2 cups) tomatoes (undrained), chili powder, one 1-pound can redkidney beans, 4 cup* cooked rice. Method: Cut meat into ^2-inch cubes; place in saucepan or large skillet with butter, onion and green pepper. Cook over moderately low heat, stirring often, until lightly browned—about 10 minutes. Add salt, sugar, garlic powder, pepper and tomatoes. Mix well. Stir in chili powder, l teaspoon at a time; taste after each addition so as to get desired seasoning. Cover; simmer until meat is tender—1 to 1% hours. Add kidney beans and heat. Serve over rice. Makes 6 servings. Note: & to 1/3 cup of raw rice will yield l eup of steamed rice. Salmon is delicious in this dish, but other fish may be used. FISH ROLLS WITH CREOLE SAUCE Ingredients: 2 Cups flaked cooked fish, l /s cup mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon celery* salt, 6 long soft rols, V* cup salad oil, 1 large onion, 1 teaspoon garlic salt, 3 tablespoons flour, 2 teaspoons chili powder, 1 teaspoon, salt, 2',2 cups tomato juice, 2/3 cup chopped ripe olives, l cup grated | American cheese. j Method: Mix fish, mayonnaise and celery salt. Cut rolls into halves and hollow slightly. Fill with fish mixture; replace tops; place in shallow baking pan. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven 15 minutes. Top generously with sauce; serve at once. To make sauce heat oil in large skillet. Add chopped onion; cook onion until wilted but not brown. Blend in garlic salt, flour, chili powder and salt. Add tomato juice and cook and stir over low heat until thickened. Stir in olives and cheese; heat until cheese melte. Makes 6j servings. , j Here's how to dress up a salad for that cold-cuts supper when you are having company. Use a medium- size head of cabbage and carefully spread out the outer leaves; cut out the center and mix it with grated careot and salad dressing for your slaw. Pile the slaw back into the cabbage "bowl" and sprinkle with minced parsley. MAYS 421 $0= 2Uf Phone 3-9910 FREE Hand-Painted Dinner Plate with Each $10.00 or over Purchase Come to Mays for Those Hard-ro-Find Items! COFFEE Bordens Instant 560 Country Fresh 00X Guaranteed DOE. OSfp PI AIID Southern Daisy I LVUIl in Pillow case TOMATOES prideofHalls 25 PI. or Sr. Ibs. 196 HOMINY __- --,, -PORK & BEAKS Hand Packed ... Bush's Best 2 VIENNA SAUSAGE lr rs 2 *Z 370 TOILET TISSUE Diamond Brand M roll Down Soft 4S360 MIY Pill sbury ? s choc, fudge 17-oz IfllA FREE coupon worth Sc .. pkg. Domino or Godchaux -I A Factory Pack IU Ibs. Ib. ADICAA For Cakes, Pastry & Frying i% VltlOVV with coupon Mean PURE* Quality Fresh & Cured Meats Gov't Graded & Inspected Select. Fresh, Pan Ready— Stock your Deep Freeze CHUCK ROAST STEJ RIBS BOLOGNA Cano1 Packin * Co Select Beef well Trimmed .... Ib. Round or Loin Juicy & Tender Lb. Fresh & Mealy for Bar-B-Cue Lb. *t Ihs. I good grade Chunk FRESH PRODUCE POTATOES Red Triumph U. S. No. 1 5 lbs 290 GREEN BEANS Fan Tender Ib 220 HOT PEPPER Lb 220 I TTTIIAF California Iceberg -fr j FROZEN FOODS & JUICES CHICKEN BACKS S5* 2* ib , 450 P|CO Morion's—Peach, Applt, 00X llbg Cherry, Beef & Chicekn Ea. 29 p Want new flavor for ciutard? Here it is! MOLASSES COCONUT CUSTARD Ingredients: 2U cups water, % cup nonfat dry milk powder, 2 tablespoons sugar, 3/8 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon molasses, l tablespoon shredded coconut, 3/8 teaspoon cinnamon, 3 eggs (slightly beaten). Method:. Pour water into top of double boiller. Sprinkle dry milk, sugar and salt over water, beat with rotary beater until blended. Scald over hot water. Thoroughly stir molasses, coconut and cinnamon into egg. Slowly stir scalded milk into egg Sauce Boosts Soup's Flavor A simple addition give* robust flavor to canned soup. ZESTY CHILLED TOMATO SOUP Ingredients: One 101L'-ounce can condensed tomato soup, homogenized milk, 2}s teaspoons Worcestershire sauce, salt, chopped chives. Method: Place soup in refrigera- mixture. Pour into 6 lightly buttered custard cups. Place cups in baking pan. Fill baking pan with warm water to depth of 1 inch. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven 30 to 35 minutes or until knife inserted near center comes out clean. Remove from water bath. Cool. Serve chilled. tor for *t le&tt 4 houM before ing fco chill. Emptly into mixing bowl or tureen. Hll soup can with milk and add with Worcestershire sauce and salt to taste. Stir or beat well. Sprinkle each serving with chives. Makes 3 serving*. Double recipe if desired. Thin slices of cucumber, radishes, celery wedges and green oniont make good additions to a cheese snack tray; have an assortment of crackers to go with the cheese, too. Serve ftONCo spaghetti • macaroni pure egg noodles - Froit thick tomato slices with softened cream cheese and garnish with thinly sliced pimien to-stuffed Goes Away..... Nagsing backache, loss of pep and energy, headaches and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function is very important to good health. When some everyday coition, such as stress and strain, causes this important function to slow down, many folks suffer nag*in£ backache-feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause iretting up nights or freauentpassages. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Doan's Pills-* ™} ld diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over SO years. It's amazing: how many times Doan's give happy relief from these discomforts—help the 15 milesof kidney tubes and filter* flush out waste. Get Doan's Pills today! olives; serve on lettuce with a seasoned French dressing. well- ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM Pains Relieved At Once |» rov nfl*f *• 0900041*9 point of «**- rl»i« rk«umatiwn. vciotico <n n«ur!tit. o<r mmw formula colUd KEMATftON. mutt ghf* you ftt* foit*tt r«ti«( aiwj th« graatwt, JQO?** tatting improv«m*tvt you hav« «v«r iutowft Of it cosh not a penny. REMAfftON k «oid on thit GUARANTEE: If you/ jx»U it not r«li«v«d to your io+is<oclio« aftar *» fiat bortU. if REMATKON do«i no* txt*g toothing <•«!««< t-o your ocM«wj Joifth o»d nwjcUi FASTER rtio« oftj orit*r product tfcdf you hav* »»«f wi*d. tfc* bofft* cofH you nothing. J«xt r*turn tb« to your druggist and 9*t your mon«y t KMATRON cost* W.SO o*d it told fM» itrsct moo+f bock gwaro**** by: Kirby Bros. Drug Mail orders filled. Store— Blytlievllle— FRESH FRUITS ••a*. Golden Fruit 4 Lbs. Fresh Elberra PEACHES 3 Lbs. scHOOL-D/5; Wolf River Cooking APPLES 3 Lbs. 111 Red GRAPES 3 Lbs. CUCUMBERS 4 Lbs. MEATS Sliced BACON Swift's Premium PICNICS 4 to 6 Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr.—Swift Ham Pat Sullivan—Benrus Wrist Watch Mrs. D. M. Cutler—Beverage Cooler Mrs. Sally Freeman—Steam Iron Wayne L. Oxford—Flash Bulb Camera Jean Book—Seth Thomas Electric Clock Ib. Mrs. Harry F, Grimei, Jr.—I Ib. box Frankfurters Peggy Sue Cox—King Cotton Ham W. P. Grigsby, Osceola—Carving Set Mrs. Roy S. Johnson—Bathroom Scale Jerry Lovelady—Ecko Bar-B-Q Set Leslie Peeples, Dell, Ark.—Spotlight Carroll Brand—All Meat WIENERS 7 Lb. Cello. VEGETABLES Swift's Premium Chuck ROAST Lb. U.S. Choice Our Low Prices Save You Money! Lb. Spiced—a Sandwich Treat LUNCH MEAT u American CHEESE S Sliced or the Piece Smoked SAUSAGE With that Honest to Goodness Smoked Flavor, )b. RICHARDSON'S RECIPE OF THE WEEK Qiazed Ham Stfees /Ji t£33pOOG 2Hn£ few graim pepper */£ cop water % cap Pet 1 fecge sties bum (1 Ib.) (ready- to-e*c kind) 2 Table*poo«B brown jngar JBvBporftcul Afiflc 4 tc»p*ootif fionf Trim off fat from ham. GxA: £K in Ailiet uotii crisp. Then take owe bits of fat. Sprinkle both sides of bam -with brown sugar. Cook ham io fat in skilkt ewer low heat until both sides are -well glazed. Remove *o -warm planet mid keep hot Drain off atl fat in sfclUet. Then put bade 1H tablespoons f*t. Blend in the flOnr, salt and pepper. Stir in water gradually. Boil and stir 2 minutes- Then stir in milk. Heat until steam- iag hot, but do not boil. Ser*e hot •with the ham. Makes 4 servings. Fresh Crowder PEAS Fresh Turnip GREENS .* 39< Fresh Ears Fresh Green BEANS Lbs. Fresh Purple Hull PEAS .* 39r EGGS Fresh, Medium S/ie, Doz. OLEO Golden Rich 2 Pounds - • CAKE Large Angel food, la. POTATOES No. 1 Red SO Lbs. COOKIES Assorted J Lb. Bag SHORTENING Swift'ning 3 Lb. 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