The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1948
Page 12
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TW*LV« BLYTHEVTM,B (ARK.V COURTRK NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1S48 fed Cub Make tempting Meals | Motet H««f Method i Given Preference j By Medent Cook* !KV«I7 bride's primer (and the experienced homematser's review lesion) should contain a story oji veal. It has been truly said that a tempting dish can be made with any cut. o/ veal—and certainly no one who ooota day. after day can pass up that opportunity! f Siich * primer or review book would remind the reader that vctil In meat from young beef, usually • bout three to twelve weeks of OR tyx to eight weeks Is the most de lirible). This means that cuts that ejime from veal are about 1>3 to H2 tjie slie ol beef cuts, says Reba lfta;g«, well-known fod authority. r Further, alie continues, because **»! U young. It Is especially tender but because it has not yet had time kp srow • a . (at coating to prolcr:' fhl* tenderness, it must be cookei ^ith .special care. And this mean that venl must be cooked with mois &lre. All cuts of veal but the roasl are rooked with moisture, and tbeoC are usually larded, or covered, with bacon or strips of salt pork. f . Most cuts, except veal stp\v, are looked by the moist heat method known as braising, or cooking with • small amount of moisture. This 1^ tnie of even veal chojxs. The moat it (Irst browned slowly in a small K amount of fat. Then a little mols- f\ ttut U added, the vessel Is covered j? and th» meat cooked slowly until 8' tender. * The delicate flavor of veal has tucellent combining powers with other foods, especially piQuantty- fluvored ones. Th«- flavors rim the »smllt from EuKpean countries to favorites from our own continent. A Hungarian note Is added when Teal chops or cutlets are cooked Trith sour cream. In Spain Is found inspiration for a Spanish-style «te»k—veal round cooked with a generous sprinkling of chopped pl- miento olives, and served with hot olives. The Near sends ka- fcobs,, cubes of veal threaded on n *kewer with onions, tomatoes and bacon, then-braised. J In this country, we have the Influence of Creole cookery In the to- Biato sauces and relishes which o(^en accompany veal. Fruit stuffing*, dressings and accompanl- IB\enta and saucy pickles are only a few of the other possibilities thai •tight be m««tloned. Novel Cakes Featured i. •noon uK, 1 t«*»poon yRniiia, »; ! cup »ug«r, a ms, separated, 2J3 cup I sirtcd flour, 2>,i icasiwons bakinit j jwwrtcr, 16 grnhnm crackor.s, llndy I rolled- <l-l|:i cups), « cup milk, animal crackers. Overrides Veto . _ . . _ . -... Of Socio/ Security Bm Combine nhnrtenlng, salt and vanilla, Add sugar gradually; cream together thoroughly. Add egg yolks; beat well. SIH together flour and baking powder; mix with graham cracker: crumbs. Add these liry In- gredluils, alternately with milk, to creamed mixture until all-are-adcl- eri. Beat egg whites stiff; fold in cnrefuily to batter.-Una two 8-Inch I layer cake pans wtlh wnxed paper! on bottom and pans on 1 sliies; till pans equally with bat- | ter; iKike In moderately hot oven \ (375 degrees P.) Jor 25 minutes. I Cool layers 10 minutes; remove from pans to wire rack. To dccoiale, fill and frost layers with boiled (rasllng. Arrange animal crackers, j candy mints and marshmallows on ' Rich blick ehocolale cuke lends mule to April birthday*. Any birthdays coming up In your house soon? Black Mas'a Hlilliilay Cake four squares unsweetened chocolate, 4 tablespoons shortening, 2 cups sugar, 2 egg yolks, 1». cups milk, S teaspoon salt, 2 cups sifted cake flour, j tt«spoon vanilla, 1 tcaspfMin. soda. smooth. A<W vanilla and 'A cup more of the milk and stir until .smooth. Dissolve soda In remain- Ins 11 cup milk, stir quickly Into butter. (Batter will be thin.) Turn into two S-luch layer pans which have been lined on bottoms with papnr, then f-tcn.sed. Bnke 111 mod- I crate oven <3M degrees P.) M inln- WASH1NGTON, April 15. (UP) — . he House yesterday overrode President, Truman's veto of a bill excluding full-time newspaper and magazine vendors from social security coverage. The roll call vote was 301 to 28. This was 83 votes more than the two-thirds necessary t« override a veto. The bill now goes to the Senate. If the Senate passes the bill b v a two-thirds vote, as the House did, )t will automatically become law despite Mr. Truman's objections. The measure Is identical to one the president pocket,-vetoed last year. Rep. Berlrand W. Gearhart, R., Calif,, s|X>nxor of the bill, contended that full-time maunzUie and newspaper vendors are Independent contractors and therefore should never have been included within the provisions of the Social Security Act. nut Mr. Truman, said the bill "proposes to remove the protection of the social security law from pnrsons now enlisted to Its benefits." tnp of cake to make "wagons." Arrnnge crackers, too, In ring iround bottom o( cake- Candidate Visits Here Chariot A. Fleming of Forrest City was .in Blythevllle yesterday visiilns friends in the, interests of his candidacy for governor. He was formerly county judge of St. Francis County and represented that .county In the House of-Rep- resentatiyes of the Arkansas Gen- oral Assembly. && W* *£»«* ^ 'Mod* fresh daily in our kitchens from coast lo caasl! Melt cho'tolati': and sliorKMilnis In' " l f. »'' u«l» dnnc. Tlie delicacy of top of a 2-quart double boiler. Remove from boiling water and cool to lukewarm. Then add .suear and mix well. Combine PRK yolks with 1 cup of the milk; add lo chocolate mixture and hlcnrt. Add snlt and flour and bent 1 minute or until , . thl.s cake calls for a delicate frost- Ing such as sfvcn-mitnitc. For an all-chocolate cake, melt a square or two of chocolate in seven-minute frosting. Circus I'arailB Birthday t One-half cup shortening, ,' .' • •• jCurricd Ric« Enhances Dried Favorite. "Ol»vee cook ReHes on One or pTwo LHahei When Entertaining' •ould b« the title for a story aboul \ homeiiuker with a reputation fo food food. Usually these dishes cat •$• varied 'to xiit the occasion, xnc 'terved. with changing accompan ttnenti to dress thcni \ip or down j Such & dish W creamed r^-lei fc**f In a curried rice ring, say ft«ba 8t*(jgs, well-known horn bconomiM, who knows wliereof sh •peaks. It's made In a Jiffy, It ha a delightfully Intriguing flavor, ant [what's Important to most folks! it would win a prize In any "les • ^KpenslvV contest. !J The eraamed dried beef you mak ylth yourr favorite recipe, addln ffllT- 3 cups peas and maybe n das' t{ cAirry powder—BO It will mat Jrell with the rice ring! ,( Cvri«Ml IUc« Rlnf ?i I cup* rice I < cups boiling salted water J l5t*a»poon wit i 1 teaspoon curry powder : I S tablespoons melted butter k Cook rice in boiling water until ndelr. Drain Combine with sea- ningi and butter. Mix well and Jure* into s. greascrf 10-Inch ring vnold. Place- the mold In a pan of llot'water and bake in a. moderate »ven t^Sfl degrees F.) for 20 min- CREAMED DRIED BEEF trmm-~"j jfWf ^~ && THERE'S EXTRA VALUE IN QUALITY FOOD- AMD YOUR MONEY BUYS YOU MORE WHEN YOU CHOOSE OUR FINE FOODS AT THESE PRICES1 Policeman Is Suspended j NASHVILLK, Tcnn.. April 15.— JUPX-r-PoItce Patrolman W. Nf. 1 JBtepftens wa.s suspended for 10 ; <lays'"becanse he allegedly tolrt a i iiiperlor officer that he would not inake any arrest, 1 ; In Nashville's cur- j lent tratfie satety drive. \ S Stephens said he did not re- i member having made any .such , Statement to police Sgt. J. D. Hall. ~ Read Courier News Want Ads. I WITH MAYROSE SLICED!* EEC DRIED DECT Hart'*, Wonder or /,* from MAYROSE TEST KITCHEN Cream Chipped Beef Boats (6 SERVINGS) 1/4 pound Mayros* Sliced Dried Beef 2 tablespoon*. Vegaco : Margarine 2 tablespoon* flour 1 cup milk 6 hard rolls Tear slicq! JricU t>ccf mro small pieces. Brown in nichc.l V'cgaco in skillet. A<1J flour and stir. GnJiulty adJ mi lie and itirconimiully. Cook 'til sauce ii thicV- ..' tncJ. Cm topi olf hard rolls. Scoop oin ccmcr of Kat^ roll to foim bons. Fill. You RO easy on your food hiiflget whenever you serve insie'tenipling M A VKOSn Sliced Dried llccf.The reason? 5impiy this: '/* lb. easily, icrves '\ people. Taystee Bread - - 2 loaves 25c Pure' Cane Domino Sugar - 10ibs.85c Puritan, 25c Value Marshmallows - - - - - 19c • - 3for41c 4 Ib. bucket $1.0 5 Modess, Size 12 - Both for 39c Tall Cans Bring Us Your Colgate Palmolive-Peet Coupons! Bargain Prices PAIMOLIVE try rhe 14 D^Y Beauty Plan Pet Milk - Ml • Pur* White Hog Lard "YES" 250 Sheeti Facial Tissues and PALMOLIVE For Tub . . . and Shower i Cashmere Bouquet With the Fragrance Men love i Canova, 1 Pound Jar Th« name "MAYROSE" identifies high«it quality m«al products/ luch a*.. . Ar^oyroj* Cello- V/rappftd-FranVs, Woyroie Pur* PorV Sa\>sag« end Moyioi* Boneleii Veal Rolls. A*V for them by nam« ...MAYROSE. COFFEE 49c FRESH MEATS Da )a ST. LOUIS ^DEPENDEN^PACKING COMPANY TASTE SO MUCH BETTER? Make thh "icebox test" yourself — with freth \Vinesap Apples from Washington Statt Rring home » liat;fi]l of clurd. Kach l>itc crackles Winesaps anil, riglit away, and the frosty juice i« • put them into your refrigerator, l.ct them chill thoroughly. Then puss them around for all the family to enjoy. The chilled apples are firm ami crisp, like apples you've .picked in. the or- delight to the taste! Yes, cold works wonders with apple flavor. And it also preserves apt)l« vitamins and tuincraU — the tilling tint m:\ke apples i^nml lur us. ]''.n|oy cold holi\\ mrsaps every day I Fresh Dressed Hens & Fryers Pure Old Style COUNTRY SAUSAGE , Smoked BACONSQUARES ,33 Nice Tender CLUBSTEAK „ 65 C Slrs;ik-0-I.ean SALTMEAT ,„ 34 C Hcil Brand SLAB BACON 45 Delicious Any Time SMOKED SAUSAGE 39 ]{il> or Brisket STEWING MEAT 35 Delicious AMERICAN CHEESE .... lh 49 C Rrt. Sir* 2 for 19c Each 14c 2 for 25c 35c Sire 32c Gibh's 4fi Oz Can TQMATOJUICE 23 C Adams IK O/. Can ORANGE JUICE 22 C 25 l.hs. $189 t/ICTORY FLOUR ,,,,,., 2 l'ounds,22c; 5 Pounds <l.1c CREAM MEAL ,„, l^atindry Soap CRYSTAL WHITE 2 li.irs nH9 83 r 15 C Campbell's No. 1 Can PORK & BEANS 16 e Jackson's 14 O^. Bottle TOMATO CATSUP *„,. 18 C The National Joy Smoke PRINCE ALBERT rRr ,,, n All l'op»lar Brands CIAGRETTES ,.,„ 1 1 1 Plenty of Fresh Frozen Foods! WASHINGTON WINESAPS \NOW M LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS LIBERTY CASH GROCERY Low Prices Everyday

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