The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1954 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 30, 1954
Page 14
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BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1954 Sausage and Shirred •*J Eggs: Easy Breakfast By CECILY BROWNSTONE j glass pie dishes that are 6 inches Associated Press Food Editor {across the top (outside dimen- KENS ARE WORKING overtime I sions) and about an inch deep for Hot Turkey Sandwiches i ' Are Sunday Supper Treat By GAYNOR MADDOX NEAFood and Markets Editor If you have roast turkey for Sunday dinner, you also have the makings of a delightful Sunday supper party dish. Our talented friend, Helen Goodrich of Los Angeles, served it to us recently. — with benefit to you. Because there are plenty of eggs around at most of our varieties of shirred eggs. If you acquire some of these attractive prices you may want to inexpensive little dishes, we be- try some of those angelfood andjlieve you will find them as useful "gold" cakes, fancy cookies, fruit i as we do. Shirred-egg dishes are whips, meringue desserts, rich 'also available in copper, enameled custards, French sauces and souf- j ironware and pottery. lies that are dependent on whole j SAUSAGE AND SHIRKED EGGS eggs, yolks, or whites and that be-j Ingredients:' Butter or marga- long in a fine cook's repertoire, j rine, eggs, heavy cream, fully Eggs' superlative protein • will j cooked pork sausage links, salt stand your family in good stead at i and pepper. breakfast and it? main dishes for] Method: Butie^ K-'nc* h^at-re- tanch or^ supper. _ jsistant glass individual pie dishes ll yOu £i&VcD."t UiSCU vciCM. ulc : "^iruuS Oi SjaiiTcO i "«j<aivCCi ; you are missing something. This method of preparation has endeared itself to- us for years because it is easy and foolpi'oof. Shirred eggs not only taste delicious but they look so attractive and companyish, and there are endless variations on their main theme,, ' Our teen-age nephew thinks . shirred eggs with sausages are tops for Sunday brunch. We make life easy for ourselves and use the new fully cooked pork sausage links now available all over the country. These sausages are .particularly fine to use with eggs* because they have no drippings or shrinkage to. speak of and boast wonderful flavor. It takes us only a few seconds to put the eggs and sausage into the oven; then we forget about them until the timer on our oven rings. In the meantime we are free to set the table, squeeze fresh oranges for juice, put out ready-to-eat cereal and perhaps sliced bananas, pour milk, make coffee and get bread, butter and jam. ready, for toast. We use individual heat-resistant dish so that yolks are whole. Pour 1 tablespoon cream over egg in each dish. Arrange 2 or 3 sausage links in each dish, over whites. Bake in slow (325 degrees) oven 15 to 20 minutes or until eggs are set; sausage links will be heated through in this time. Sprinkle with salt and pass pepper mill. Serve at once. Here are other enjoyable ways of serving shirred eggs: Spoon cheese sauce into shallow individual baking- dishes. Break 1 or 2 eggs over the sauce in each dish. Bake in slow (325 degrees) oven until eggs are firm—15 to 20 minutes. Sprinkle eggs with salt. Garnish each dish with a sprig of water cress pulled. through a thin carrot ring, if desired. Serve with thin crisp triangles of buttered toast for lunch or supper. Butter shallow individual baking dishes. Pour a tablespoon of heavy cream into each dish; arrange J A cup thin strips of ready-prepared fully cooked smoked tongue over cream. Break 1 or 2 eggs over the tongue in each dish. Sprinkle eggs with grated Parmesan cheese and paprika. Bake in slow (325 de- £;r!?C5> ">vf»n until e^s-s are set—15 •to J?0 minutes. Garnish each dish with a sprig of parsley; serve at once with a tossed green salad and crusty hot French bread for lunch or supper. Spoon tomato sauce into shallow individual baking dishes. Break 1 or 2 eggs over sauce in each dish. Sprinkle eggs with grated cheddar cheese. Bake in slow (325 degrees) oven until eggs are set—15 to 20 minutes. Put a spoonful of hot drained cooked green peas at the side of eggs; serve at once for lunch or supper. You'll like it. Sizzling- Turkey Sandwiches -{-Serves 4} Four cups creamed turkey (with nips of green peper and celery for zip, 4 toasted English muffins or crisptoast, 4 tomatoes, medium size; Easy Cheese Sauce or grated Cheddar cheese. Prepare creamed turkey. Put toasted muffins or crisp toast on heat-proof serving dishes. Cover with hot creamed .turkey. Top with peeled tomatoes, and cover all with Easy Cheese Sauce or grated cheese. Brown lightly under broiler and serve at once. Easy Cheese Sauce (Enough for 4 servings) One half pound processed American cheese, one,-third' cup milk, fresh or evaporated. Melt cheese in double boiler. When melted, stir in milk. Here is a vegetable recipe for Sunday dinner: Stuffed Baked Potatoes (Makes 6 servings) Cut small slices from ends of 1 6 medium potatoes. With an apple j cdrer, cut hole through center of i each potato. Fill the holes with \ grated carrots which have been Spinach, Egg Luncheon Dish: This fuli-of-flavor and pretty luncheon dish is hard to beat. SPINACH AND EGG LUNCHEON DISH Ingredients: i package frozen chopped spinach, i can condensed mushroom soup, 2 teaspoons finely grated onion (pulp and juice), 6 eggs, & cup grated process sharp cheddar cheese. Method: Cook spinach according to package directions; drain; there should be about lYa cups. Mix spinach with undiluted soup and onion. Heat, stirring often. Meanwhile hard-cook eggs; shell and slice. Spoon hot spinech Into four 6-inch heat-resistant glass pie plates; cover with warm egg slices; sprinkle with cheese. Place under broiler a few minutes—until cheese melts. Makes 4 seasoned with finely cut green onion, salt and pepper "and a little melted butter or margarine. Plug- ends with potato slices. Bake in hoi over (50 degrees F.) 45 minutes to 1 hour. Squeeze potatoes open or cut gashes in" tops to allow steam to' escape. Serve desired. $$$ SAVE $$$ SEE ALVIN Before you buy new furniture—Before you buy used furniture—Before you sel] your used furniture for cash —For liberal allowance on trade-ins .. . You Will Be Glad You Did ! ! 113 E. Main St. Blytherille, Ark. Phone POplar 2-2302 SERVICE Miner Repairs and Tube Replacement in home (inside Bly- thevillc eity limits) Only 3 50 More Than 2« Tears Training and Experience. Factory Service Gun-ante* «• All Make*. Blytheville Sales Co. Felix Carney, Mgr. 109 E. 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