The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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PAGE IIXTEEH (ARK.) COtalER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOHKR 18, 198« Chicken Italiano Tops Wit/i Cheese Gravy Yoiw family and guests will rave about their favorite food — fried chicken, when it's served with this different gravy. INGREDIENTS: 1 ready-to-cook young: chicken 2!a to 3^2 Ibs., cut up % cup all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons salt X teaspoon black pepper Fat for iryinR chicken 1 cup uncooked white rice 2 cups water 1 teaspoon salt J/J cup all-purpose flour 3 cups mittc /•£ c«P grated American cheese % teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon salt % cup sliced stuffed green olives METHOD: Wash Hie chicken. Pat dry. Place the H cup flour, 2 teaspoons salt and the ! i teaspoon black pepper in a paper bag. Add nieces of chicken and shake to coat with the flour. Heat H inch of fat in a skillet. Brown the chicken on all sides. When browned, reduce heat, cover tightly and cook until tender (about 40 minutes). Turn as necessary to brown evenly. Uncover the last 10 minutes for a crisper crust. About M minutes before chicken is done, put the rice, 2 cups of water and 1 teaspoon salt in a 2-quart, saucepa^n. Bring to a vigorous boil. Turn the heat as low as possible. Cover with a lid. Leave over this low heat 14 minutes- Remove the saucepan from heat but leave lid on 10 minute's, or until ready ro serve, Dain cooked chicken on absorbent paper. Keep hot in a slow oven. Pour off fat in the skillet,. Measure 3 tablespoons of fat back into the skillet. PLice 'i cup of flour to one side in the skillet. Blend fat into the flour. Cook, stirring, several minutes. | Slowly blend in the milk. Stir in cheese, nutmeg and 1 tea-spoon ol salt. Cook, stirring, until gravy hickens. Add the olives. Add more Oriental Pork Served on Spaghetti Novel Meal By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Kdltor As pork is very plentiful asam. this recipe fits into family menus that don't overstrain the budget. Oriental Pork on Spaghetti (Makes 4-6 servings) One-quaner pound .salt pork,, diced, 1 pound boned pork shoulder. I cut in i-2-inrh cubes, all-purpose flour, I 1 ;, cups diced celery, 1 cup i chopped onions. ! 4 pound mush-1 rooms, sliced, 1 cup water. 3 . ( (.'iipj catsup, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 tablespoon soy s:uice, s;iH to tsuite, 1 tablespoon suli. 3 quai'i^ boiling water, 8 ounces spu»ln'Ui brown well in -salt pork 'dripping move. Drt'dye pork in flour :ind Pry salt pork until crisp; re- Add celery, onions, mushrooms, water, catsup. Worcestershire sauce, and soy sauce; mix well. milk for a thinner gravy. Place the rice on a hot platter. Arrange chicken over rice. .Serve with t, r ravy. This recipe makes 6 servings. Cover and cook over low heat 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Season with salt. Meanwhile, add 1 tablespoon salt, to rapidly boiling water Gradually add spaghetti so that water continues to boil. Cook un-! covered, stirring occasionally, un-j til tender. Drain in colander. Serve; pork sauce over spaghetti. Pork Titubates • l-t servings) One and one-half .cups cooked rice. l l -> cups diced cooked pork, l tablespoon finely diced onion, '2 eiis.;^, liea'en, 1 cup milk, 1-3 cum meat bruth or milk, '/a teaspoon sail, pepper. Mix all ingredients together. Divide mixture among cusiard cuph' or individual baking dishes. Place cups in pan 01 very hot water and bake at 350 decrees. F. (moderate oven* about 30 minutes or until a, kiui'e inserted in the center of tim-; bale conie.s out clean. For variety: , Cooked ham. chicken, turkey, fish.; or rabbit may be used in place, of i pork. For a company meal, add; mushrooms, fresh or canned. Mush- 1 room sauce may be served on Hie limbalee. Has Highest Gas Prices MISSOULA, Mqnt. '.#—The man in charge of a .Montana Le^isla- •.\uv-orrfered, investigation of gaso- ;me prices said his preliminary -tudh's show that gasoline prices in Montana are the nation's highest, exclusive of taxes. He said Mis- •Miihi's gas prices, exclusive of •axes, are the highest of any city .11 the United States. John Vance, counsel for the Trade Commission, da id, "Maybe there is a satisfactory ex- ;)i.mation. That's whai we are try- ,:;g to find out." The Legislature appropriated $20,000 for the investigation. Read Courier News Classified Ads. for fKira flavor, garnish potato siUad with finely chopped onion or chlvm. bbr wfiRla-WiiU'lu-rs: a medium- stml bamina contains about 96 cal- No Beer Refreshes Like spaghetti » macaroni pure egg hoodies It Pays to Shop at Mays! A STORE COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED WITH PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE CDC!! |Ktt tor Coupons on Rogers flroj. S//ver CRISCO PAAA Grade "A" Mediums PET MILK 6 Lb. 5-169 bucket I 2 Doz. Tall cans JACK MACKERELS 2''' SUGAR 390 250 330 10 r £ B 900 I'ack * Can I'ure Cane Domino or Godchawx .., Creme Filled 20 oz. Home Slyle I'kR. 1HENNA SAUSAGE ^;r 3 ca. 290 POTTED MEATS: 1 10 can, 490 Fresh Ground "Miss 1 ,il>erty' FREE — 5 Lbs. Supir PI AIID Shibley's Rest rLUUIl in Pillow Case . HOMINY IJUShsB « st Lbs. pi. or s.r. T 250 3 303 Cans I AIT AD CAM (' al(lw <- ll '- s freezerl, van. IVC UnCHfTl c h, )c . strawberry .. </ 2 fial. DflDM fi. DCAIIC Fine <f " illily '" 1A :!ll;1 I Vlllt VDCHIlWTomatn Sauce IU can! BLACK PEPPER Nslw : e 2 rans In Cello Ba K C U>. CQw 1CH 13}* PINTO BEANS FRESH & CURED MEAT Visit Our Clean, Modern Market Fresh X- Ak-aly (»ood Grade, Hy I he Piece .... J Fresh, Crade A Heady for I he Pan Slices & Pieces O *• .4,,,,,$1 l.h. 5 ,,„ Chuck Grade "A" Tender—Trimmed. . 490 FRESH PRODUCE ET POTATOES „, 50 POTATOES R : d -": M :: h . H : i ! ; . 50,iii 1!1 flppLES Red ..ona-hans £ 'it 290 TOMATOES Vine Ripened Low Prices — Courteous Service MAYS SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21tt Ph. 3-9910 GREATER SAVINGS CHOICE MEATS '* BETTER THAN A DELICIOUS SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAM? Ready to Eat • Half or Whole Hams Perlb. ZJ_WIC 49 CENTER SLICES For Breakfast . . . Ib. 69c Black Pepper'-10 \^- = y<~ wmmmmmm ^•^S^s Libly's PUMPKIN 13 n L Fresh COCONUTS • « 10 'M^g^-^, 5 Lb. Honey Suckle MEAL 29 POTATOES 50 Ib. Bag $|I5 SWIFTS IUM BACON Per Ib. Just right for cool days (UDAHY CHILI -CWKflWE ib. PET MILK 2 ^25$ WALDORF TISSUE Per Roll Golden Rich RICHARDSON'S RECIPE Of THE WEEK Apple Cake Pie ps thinly sliced, Vi teaspoon saJt jretl apples 1 wefl-bir.nen egg cups sugar & cup Pet raipoon evaporated Mine 3 Tablespoons water V5 cup melied bunet or margartoe I cup si/tcd, all-purpoic fkior spoon baking powder Put apples into bottom erf ft gteased 'ound 9-JQ- calce pan. Sprinkle over the ipplcs a mixture of ^2 cup sugar aod •he cinnamon. Ler stand. Sift together nco a 2-qt. txiwl the flour, 1 cup sugar, ihe baking powder and salt. Mix in another bowl the rest of trie ingredients. Add at! at once to flour mixture w»d mhc until smooth. Pour over apples in pan. Bake in 325 over, (low modetstc) on rack slightly below center 1 boor, or imtH top is brown. Cat into pie shaped wedges. Serve warm or cofd, OLEO 19 Bush No. 303 RED KIDNEY BEANS - --lOc We "GIVE" Qualify Stamps to Add Extra Savings to Your Buys! No. 303 PINTO BEANS lOc RICHARDSON'S CAS ^^ ERY

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