The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN Br.YTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THUnST)AY, OCTOBKR 20. Tomato Hollandaise Is Fine on Fresh Broccoli By GAYXOR MADDOX NKA Food and Markets Editor Here ure two ideas to make your Sunday dinner better: Prom Mrs. Walter Cowles of Hartford, Conn., we have the suggestion — a delicious and pleasant one — for serving soup-on-the- rocks. To make the soup on-the-rocks, she simply chills several cans of beef bouillon in the refrigerator Special Clam Chowder A pantry-shelf soup that is unusually fine! ' Ingredients: 1 can i!5 ounces) condensed clam chowder (New Eng- gland Style), 1 can (7 ounces* minced seas clams, 1 cup heavy cream. 1 : 2 cup milk, 1 tablespoon minced fiesh dill or chives. Method: A few hours before serving put undiluted clam chowder, clams (including liquid in can), cream and milk in a container or saucepan; cover tightly and refrl- •• gerate. At serving time, heat thoroughly but do not boil; stir several times. Sprinkle bowls of soup with minced fresh dill or chives; if these are not available use a little dried crushed diUweed or minced green onion tops- Makes 4 servings. and pours the bouillon over ice cubes m old-fa.shioned glasses at serving time. She says her guesis like this cool and refreshing drink as much as she loves (he ease oi j preparation. Now for a wonderful new fresh vegetable recipe: Fresh Broccoli With Tomato Ilollandaise Sauce (Yield: 6 servings) One and three-quarters to 'pounds fresh broccoli, 1 inch boiling water in pan, 1 teaspoon salt, tomato hollandai.se sauce. Cut a small piece off the bottom | of each stalk. Split each larfiei .stalk lengthwise into halves or, quarters. Then make lengthwise j gashes in stalk? so they cook asj quickly as the buds. Place in a ! saucepan with the water and salt. Boil 3 minutes uncovered. Cover. Boil until stalks are just crisp-; tender. Remove to serving dish i and serve with tomato hollandaisej sauce. i Tomato llollandaise Sauce \ (Yield: '-a cup) > i Two egs? yolks. 1 tablespoon to-| mato catsup. 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice, 1-16 teaspoon ground black pepper, dash of ground cayenne pepper, !>< cup butter or margarine. Combine the first 5 ingredients. Cook over hot water (NOT BOILING i. stirring constantly, until slightly thickened. Gradually stir in butter or margarine. 1 tablespoon at a time. Remove from heat and serve at once over hot, cooked broccoli. Ambrosia Pie For Company Dinner Here's a delightful pie with interesting texture. Ingredients: 1 cup milk. 1;2. lea- spoon salt, 1J4 cup quick-cookins rice cereal, 1 can (3!/ 2 ounces) flaked coconut, 1 lablespoom butler (sod), 1 eggs (separated). 13 cup sugar, 1 cup orange juice. 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 9-inch unbaked pastry shell. Method: Heat milk and salt in top of double boiler over boilins water. Sprinkle in quick-cooking rice cert-al; cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. Cover, lower heat so water in bottom of double boiler just simmers, and continue cooking 10 minutes. Remove from heat; stir in coconut and set aside to cool slightly. Blend together soft butter, egg yolks and 1;4 cup of the sugar. Stir into slightly cooled rice mixture. Stir orange and lemon juices together; slowly stir into rice mixture. Beat egg whites until almost stiff; gradually beat in remaining 1'4 cup sugar. Fold egg whites into Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Ford, registered chron- nprapher technician with 22 years watchmaking; experience, is now associated with our firm,. We are now offering 3-day watch repair service. O'STEENS lit W. Main STRICKLAND'S 309 N. 6th Street Highway 61 FOODS Blythevillc, Ark. * Phone 3-4500 FRESH PORK HAMS ib 49 C SLAB BACON FROSTY MORN By the Piece ib. 35' Cello. Wrapped SLICED BACON Ib. 35< Fresh PORK STEAK --lb.39? PORK ROAST BOSTON BUTTS Lean & Tender Ib. 35 C BONELESS BEEF Lean & Tender Cubed or Ground ib. 49' BEEF CHUCK ROAST 39' Seasoned Southern Style PORK SAUSAGE 3 lb.$1 Frosry Morn 4 to 6 Ib. Avg. PICNIC HAMS - Ib. Pure and Fresh GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $1 Lean and Tender BEEF FILLETS-Ib. $1.49 Pel or Carnation Milk 3 £ 37 C Belle Meade Crackers £ 19 C Cherries and Whealie?22 foi26 c Fresh Country Eggs Ooi. 39' ITA PIE PIZZA FrottH BANQUET BEEF PIE Frozen Cherry PIE Frozen Lobster Tails Froien FRESH Cranberries Froien Bahama Island Recipes Provide Tasty Dishes By CAV.NOK MA1U)O\ NKA Food and Markets Kditor Friends who recently returned from Andros Town in the Bahama Lslawls brought back some reripes from the Lighthouse Club there, all with authentic Bahamian flavor. Here are some of them: Bahamian Pineapple Slaw (Serves G) Two tablespoons chopped green pepper, '-> cup diced impeded ap- rice-coconut mixture. Pour into unbaked 9-inch pastry shell. Bake in moderate (375 degrees i oven until ligntly browned— about 45 minutes. Cool to room tempera Lure before serving. Top with whipped cream if desired. Makes 8 servings. pic. 1 l>':i.MHKm salt, 1 tablespoon suRiir. '.i cup vinegar, 3 cans) shredded uubbitKe, 1 cyp shredded carrots, ti slices pineapple. Combine screen pepper, apple, .sugar, viiu'nar and cabbage. Place in howl lined with salad greens. ! Top with shredded carrots and j pineapple. I Lighthouse Club Pudding Seven tu 8 Ininaniis, 1 table-spoon j butter. '2 table-spoons flour, 31 a tai ble.-poons brown sugar, V 4 cup milk. .Mix butter and sumii- together until Hyht uiul I'luny. Crush ba- n;ui;^ smooth with fork and add to butter and sugar. Sill in flour and add milk. Bake in greased iilass pie phi 1C- for l -, (o ' J \ hour. St'i'Yf ho! with cream or lemon Curried Seafood Canapes Blend curry powder with niay- onnai.se to taste. Mix with chopped cooked lobster or shrimp. Chill and serve heaped on crisp cocktail crackers. Botnt oooki like to add liny cubes o( American chL'O.sc to a can ol baked beans before healing in uneven. Then they season the combination With Worcestershire sauce and mustard. Want t Ailll till' Sana' itn ctioked l>n MIB I lien of biiooii vurv i',nvn wmp beans? ked bi-iuis to M cream „, with bits of crisply UM> bacon fat 111 muk- i .sauce, if you like & lot Add half a teaspoon of almond extract to a package of thawed frozen sliced peaches; serve over packaged vanilla pudding or a baked custard. I THE ENTIRE FAMILY LIKES f MACARONI (SPAGHETTI PUBS EOS wwco t margarine is NCream- enriched Mild or Hot Per Ib. S KING i £ COTTON i Perlb Best Quality Delicious Picnics WANGER Sliced Bacon INSTANT JAR... 33 PET MILK 2 cans 25c RICHARDSON'S RECIPE OF THE WEEK Cottage Dinner No. 303 can cw greca beans V$ cup finely cut onion Evaporated Milk No. 303 CM small hot ihorrrainR 12-ot. cao 2 Tablespoons Hoot lortch meat 1/1 tcaipooa salt Grease a shallow baking dish holding .ibout 6 cups. Drain beans, save liquid. Cook otiion slowly about 5 minutes in shortening in a saucepan. Blend in flour, salt and pepper. Stir in : /\ cup liquid off beans. Boil and stir 2 minutes. Stir ic. milk. Mix in drained beans and potatoes. Put into greased dish. Cut lunch mca* inro 8 slices and arrange oo top. Bckc on bottom rack or moderately hot oven (375) about ,15 minutes, or until bubbly hot. Serve hot (torn the baking dish. Makes 4 servings. BISCUITS can lOc Grapefruit 80 Size Florida ea. 400 Size KLEENEX 25' Giant Size SILVERDUST 49' Golden Rich Ib. 19' Honeysuckle MEAL 5*29" Premium, Sunshine or Belle Mead CRACKERS ft 19 c SWEET POTATOES Ib. BELL PEPPERS LARGE ea. ORANGES Juicy Sweet doz. 2SC APPLES York Cooking Ib. 12C RICHARDSON'S CASH GROCERY MAIN at FIFTH "Whtn Low Prkti An Born"

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