The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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THURSDAY, 'MARCH 25, 11)48 BLYTHEVI1.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THTETEEH, Variety of Uses Found for Shrimp Serves Cooks' Needs In Planning Plain Or Fancy Dishes What's your mood in meals? Fav- ty something fancy? Or pine tor something plain? The kind af shrimp thai comes In cans sui:.j both moods. And It simplifies whatever meal you have in mind since canned 'shrimp is cooked, cleauc-1, icady-to-use ,with not a bit of fuss or muss in your kitchen. Pink and pretty, you can dress slit-imp "up" nv "down" to meet, the mood of » .•kin meal or a "production", .is Hollywood would put it. Like to try something distinctly on Ihc "new" side to meet that yen for ti change? Then serve Shrimp La- Chinois (Chinese style) an,l Ireat the family to something dlC- fci-cnt. That handy can, or shrimp will save yen the effort sometimes involved in a new dish. Here to suit the action to the word is a Chinese reccipc streamlined for service the average home: Shrimp a la Chinois I tbsps. salad oil 1 large onion, sliced lengthwise 1-4 cup .diced green pepper 1-4 toasp. salt Few grains )>epper 1 5-oz. can .shrimp 5 cups cooked rice 2 eggs Heat salad oil; acid onion and green |>ep]>er. Cook until soft and lightly browned. Arid salt, pepper and shrimp; cook, stirring lightly, ? minutes. Add rice cook until heated. Beat egg; add to shrimp mixture and stir gently. Cook slowly until eggs are set, but mixture is still creamy, serve immediately. YIELD: 4 servings. When thoughts turn to one of those savory, old-fashioned casseroles, the kind that's as fimlllar as a checkered 'apron, canned shrimp will slind you In good stead by varying with, new flavor an old favorite. Everybody, for instance, likes Scalloped Potatoes. Add savoiy shrimp to that fine old favor'ta and you come up with a main dis'n. Scalloped Shrimp Potatoes I^jtbsps. butter or margarine t - ITfosps. flour Few grains pepper 1 5-oz. caii shrimp Milk 4 medium cooked potatoes Melt butter or margarine; bend In flour, and pepper. Dr^in shrimp; add enough milk to shrimp liquor to make 2 cups. Add milk mixture gradually to flour mixture; COOK, Fruit Salads Maintain Health Menus for Spring Sidestep Meat; Protect Budgets With spring on the way. give your menus a llfl. But plan them days In advance, studying markets and prices carefully. The emphasis now hould b« on fresh greens lor salsds ind on CBBS; BO easy on meat—It s relatively scarce und still very •xpcnslve. Use lish for proleln hi Utracllvc recipes nnrt your family will relish It. Here arc a lew low-cost, dinner menu*: Kidney and uecf stew, boiled potatoes, buttered green l>e»a, lettuce ami carrot slaw, bread, fortified maruntlne, chocolate cupcakes, coffee or tea, milk. (This dinner will cost, mound $2.82 for a liunily of white holds Its shape In peaks when beater Is drawn out of Ixjwl. Hrown in moderate oven 1325 degrees F.) fov to minutes. Read Courier Muws Wai'.* Adi Toas a s?lad of orince and crapefruK sections, mixed rrteni, slivered lonrue, canned shrimp or cheese for a sprint* tonic. By Gaynor Maddox Place over hot water In-double boll- NIvA SUff Writer cr am i coolc 2 minutes (to cook One of the best natural spring , , t 8 _ inct , , Hell tonics is fruit, and fortunately ;;, ' there's plenty of citrus fruit on llo l> »'"» meringue made by adcl- hand right now. sve have a good : '"8 graclually 4 tablespoons sugar crop of Valencia oranges, the ! "> 2 c e g whites, first beaten until sweet juicy seedless variety. Ideal I frothy. Continue beating until for slicing and sectioning. Grapefruit, too, are at the height of their goodness and the two fruits, combined with greens, make the( basis for any number of appetizing spring salads. Toss your own combinations to suit a variety of tastes. Serve a large howl of 'orange and grapefruit sections mixed with greens—lettuce, chicory, endive, watercress — and French dressing. Then pass smaller bowls of silvered tongue, or canned shrimp or shreded cheese or all of them so that everyone carr Indulge his own preference. Citrus salads make good main course dishes for spring luncheons and dinners. They furnish vitamin C to help fight colds and keep resistance high. also belong in the spring tonic group. As wedges for fish, In sauces and of course In the delicate springtime favorite, lemon cream pic. T.emon Cream Pin (One 8-Inch pie) .One cup sugar, 4 tablespoons cornstarch. li teaspoon salt,, 2 cups mlVk, 1 tablespoon butter or fovU- fied margarine, 2 egg yolks, well beaten, 6 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon grated lemon ]«cl. Mix thoroughly, cornstarch, sugar and salt in top of double holler. Add milk slowly and blend thor- flve.1 Chicken iwlkn or broiled whole fluke, noodles, broccoli with lemon wedges, cooked shredded beets, bread, fortified margarine, loganberry pudding, coffc« or tea, milk. O'his dinner will cost around $3.81 for A family of five.) Spanish omelet, baked slutted pn- Intou, vtfetable casserole, cole el»w, bread, fortified nurgtrlne, creamy rice puddini, coffee or tea, milk, (This dinner will cost around $3.57 (or a family of live.) Stuffed c'nbbnie <u»lng leftover tongue or other meat), glazed swecl potatoes? green beant, bread, fortified margirlne, baked pears, coffee or tea, milk. (This dinner will cost around I'Ml 'or a family of live.) Salmon loaf, com pudrtlni, stewed tomatoes with green pepper, bread, fortified margarine, grapefruit, sugar cookies, coffee or ten milk. iThln dinner will cost around *2,21 for a family of live.) Chicken glblet and vegetable soup, veal stew with dumplings, MCArolt aim mrllsh *al«d, bread, loillded mai'Kiirlnc, one CKK chocolate cake, coffee or lea, milk. iThti dinner will cost around 13,32 for a family of five.) . » KKK Crosses "Burn" |f MABY1LLE, Tenn., Mir. 25. (UP) —City police reported today lhat two crouet were "definitely" burned «t the clly limits of main highways «t this Industrial community near Kuoxvlllt Tuesday nljhl. They tAlri other report* indicated that two more crosses were burtod nl other points. Blomit County officers antd they had no such reports. If they are toothless and unabh to chew the free beet, West Cork, Ireland, relief clients are given whiskey. Mad* fmh «ta»y In our kitchens from cootl lo coatl! ,_, j ,, --. . , - , j^|. lu 11(11 rv Ollf ,\ ly (HIM JJltllU III VI - Mlrring constantly, until thickened. Ougri1y . s u r over low heat until thickened_ Continue cooking — let mixture bubble about 2 minutes- stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add separately, mixing well each time, butter or margarine, egg yolks, lemon juice and peel. Cube potatoes; arrange In alternate layers in greased casserole with shrimp. Pour sauce on shrimp und potatoes. Bake in a moderate oven (350 P.) 20 to 30 minutes. YIELD: 4 servings. ?v •; ^ torttndtr, frig?an.t£ slicet of juicy goodnert You can depend on the quality of rich, fine- grained Ever-Good Ham. N Enjoy that fragrance, that special, hickory- smoked flavor. MaVes thrifty Itftover diihai too. Serve Ever-Good Ham. Aik for it af your dealers today. MEMPHIS PACKING CO. Memphis, Tenn. UDGE RICE Dalian Communist propaganda dove-tails with the Soviet line, insisting that Russia is protecting the peace arid the U. S. is warmongering. This woman in a Rome Red demonstration carries a dove-sharieu sign which says,'"The \Vomnn of Vitcrbo Want Peace." (Photo by NEA- Acme staff photographer Albert Blasclti.) lowest energy fiom MATROSE TEST KITCHEN TO BAKE A HAM Mtyrolt H«m tfett met require parhoifiag Pfice T>t side up on « rack in an open pan. Use no •water. Bake in a slow oven (325°F.) according to following weight icnedules: IS co lllbi.—4 io<!4tin. onboer 15 min. perlb. 12 CO 15 Ibl.— J'/4 13 4 fan. orlbouc I6m!n. per Ib. 10 to 12 Jbi.—5 co 3W hm. or about IS min. per !b. HeolOIbl. —J',i'o3lir». oraDout20nun.perlb. 5 lo Mb. pc». — 1 to 2V4 hrt. or about 22 raio. p«r Ib. <f/^ mt* ttlitrmtmiltrii*ii<t,t*lit lo rjo* F. iittrrnal lemptralurr.) Remove paper and all rind. Cover -with one of the following gluts: % cup brown sugar and 1 tablespoon 0our; % cup brown sugar and 1 tablespoon musrard. Bake in hot oven (XOO° F.) for 15 minute», or till the desired brown. Planning a really "special" dinner? Naturally, you want to serve the finest. And, that calls for delicious Mayrosc Ham ...tender, full-of-flavor quality ham. From end to end, sugar-cured, hickory-smoked Mayrosc Ham has that superb "center-slice" Haver...truly magnificent! To get the highest quality ham, remember to »sk for MAYROSH. Send for free Recipe Booklet, "Holiday Hospitality -with Ham." Write: Dorothy Stuart, Mayrose Test Kitchen, 824 Vandevcnier Avc., St. Louis 10, Mo. REMINDER: Th. name MAYROSE Identifies highest quality meat prod- ucls, such as...May- roie Pure Pork Sausage, Moyrose Sliced Dried l*ef ond ^\ayro;e Ready- Serve Horn, Ask for them by name.. . . /MYROSE. 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