The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1954 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)" COTOHR NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1«, 1954 Key fo Food Glamor: Cook It Wi'm Curry By CEC1XY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor THE KEY to a glamorous but easy supper? Our answer is one main dish cooked ahead and 'a lavish number of accompaniments from your pantry shelves and refriger- curry we're suggesting as ator. It's cool or "hot" as you like. Curry is a great respecter of the budget; you can concoct it of chicken, lamb, veal, beef, eggs or vegetables. Curry cries out for a festive setting; so use your" prettiest serving bowl for the curry and rice and attractive small bowls for the curry accompaniments. It's fun to vary these small containers on different occasions; We've used everything from inexpensive Japanese soup bowls to small baskets hold- This Honey Lime Fruit Cup Has Different Flavor SUMMER LUNCH Here's a fruit cup that is delightfully difexent. HONEY LIME FRUIT CUP Ingredients: ^ cup honey, U cup strained lime juice, 1 medium-size cantaloupe, 4 medium-size peaches, mint sprigs. Method: Warmhoney in small container over hot "water, stir in lime juice. Cut cantaloupe in half and remove seeds. With melon scoop or .& teaspoon size measuring spoon, cut balls from cantaloupe. Cut away remaining melon and dice. Put a layer of diced melon in 4 to 5 sherbet glasses or other individual 'serving dishes. Plunge peaches into boiling water (off heat) for 1 or 2 minutes; skin. Pit and slice peaches; pour honey-lime mixture over them, add .peaches to serving dishes; top with cantaloupe balls. Garnish with mint sprigs if desired. Makes 4 to 5 servings. ing custard cups. What goes into the small bowls? Here are our favorites: salted peanuts, almonds or pecans; shredded coconut; chutney; preserved kumquats; crumbled crisp bacon; sliced bananas, coconut. A fruit dessert is just right to serve after curry. Bartlett pears, with their sweet juiciness, are a fine starting point. Combine them with orange slices and fresh grapes, top with whipped- cream dressing it you like, and you'll have a refreshing dessert course. CURRIED VEAL INGREDIENTS: 2 tablespoons fortified margarine, ?i cup sliced onion, 2 cups (1 pound) thin strips veal cutlet, % cup thin celery crescents, 2 teaspoons curry powder, 3 tablespoons flour, ^ cup sliced sweet pickles, 3 cups hot cooked rice. METHOD: Melt margarine over Good Breakfast Is Vital to Child's Health School bell* are now ringing children of this age have very all over the country and this is the time when the breakfast bell should ring loud and clear, too. About a third of 10,000 students polled recently admitted they eat little or no breakfast. That points up an alarming nutritional problem. Every medical and nutritional authority emphasizes the importance of a good breakfast for children and teen-agers. The Utah Experiment Station studied breakfasts in two junior high schools. They found, although low heat in skillet or saucepan. Add onions and 'cook until lightly yellowed. Add veal and brown lightly. Add celery. Cover and salt'" and pepper. Gradually add stirring often. Add lemon juice. Here's Deluxe Chicken Dish You'll make this deluxe dish often, once you try it. CHICKEN 1 LIVERS ON TOAST Ingredients: V» tablespoons butter or margarine, 1/3 cup finely diced onion, 6 chicken livers (quartered), one 3-ounce can broiled mushroom crowns. 1 teaspoon cornstarch, salt and pepper, 4 slices buttered toast. Method: Lightly brown onions in butter in 8-inch skillet. Add chicken livers and cook just until done through. Gradually add liquid from mushroom can to cornstarch; stir- jring until smooth. Add to chicken livers with mushrooms and stir over moderate heat until sauce is slightly thickened. Spoon over 2 slices of toast. Garnish with remaining toast cut into triangles. Makes 2 servings. 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Sack 10 Ibs. bae E6GS LARGI AND FRESH dozen 39c LIBERTY SUPER MARKET Otccolo, Arkansas high nutritional needs, many of them ate skimpy, inadequate other high-quality protein food, an bread. Milk, according to the nutrition- breakfasts and-did not make up lists, contributes most protein to the resulting nutritional lack at I children's breakfast. Neertheless, other meals of the day. These findings confirm studies made in other states. The Utah study revealed that boys eat better breakfasts than girls. For example, boys ate twice as much breakfast cereal as girls, and about twice as many eggs a week as girls. Boys ite more bread, too. But both boys and girls generally fell short of a good breakfast. Nutritionists of the Utah station say a good breakfast should contain milk, foods rich in vitamin C such as oranges and grapefruit and tomato juice, cereal, egg or only two groups of boys had the full cup of milk for breakfast—the minimum recommended amount. Furthermore, although vitamin C is needed daily, less than 12 per cent of the children had orange juice or tomato juice daily. Many other state reports on breakfast habits of school children show the same dangerous indifference to breakfast. It should supply from one third to one quarter .of the day's nutrition. When it doesn't children grow tired easily, become listless at school, dropping behind in their studies. Now, with the beginning of the school year, nutritionists, teacher*, stressing: the vital part a good breakfast plays in a good school day. The louder the breakfast bells ring, the healthier and happier our crop of future citizens will be. Robertson's T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. Diy Ph. 3-4251 Nile Ph. 3-6704 For Fine Foods/ Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET We Deliver Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In YOUU LIKE OUR PRODUCE - \ I [ft? 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