The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PA<* FOURTEEN BLYTHBTTLL1 fA-RK.V COURflBR Spicy Apples and Rice Pudding Top Dessert Eubv red and spicy cinnamon ap-, >., cup bed or cmie sugar ules ta'ste mighty good alien they're | ' 2 teaspoon vimillii baked in a rice puddinK. Bui served ! Method for making Ihe Cinnamon with » chilled smooth cusiard apple and rice pucl(lin K : Flit tne 2 sauce - that's real eating. »l;,s ol water, sail and vice in a Your familv will like UK "JUM'• 2-u.uan saucepan. Bring u> a vig- weet enough" flavor - and you'll; or-ous boil. Turn the heat as low as bTglad for a dessert recipe which j no^ible Cover ihe saucepan with a calls for a healthy quantity of •milk. Ingredients for Cinnamon Apple- Breakfast May Be A Sparkling Meal By GAYNOR MAD11O X ME A Food and Markets Editor Iii Chicago recently HI ihe Newspaper Food Editors Conference, we did a lot of serious eating.'Two of the breakfasts were outstanding. Swift and pany served an 1855 type of breakfast to mark the company's firsl hundred years in business. We had baited apple, breakfast steak, poiaio patticake.s. gnilmm "wem.V. Graham Gems— Vield: I diucu !>•-, inches in diameter) One cup unsifted graham or whole wheat flour, l cup sifted flour, 3 u-aspcxm-s baking powder, ' 4 teaspoon stilt, '.t cup brown si:t;;ir, 1 egs, well beaten. 1 cup milk, 3 tablespoons melted short- purpose flour, baking powder, salt and snt'ar. Combine egg. milk and shortening. Slir into dry Ingredients. St to mix only. Do not beat. Fill large deep uiui'fin pans, rubbed with shortening, one-half full. H.ikc in a hoi oven (425 de- sreos P. ' for 20 10 25 minutes. nice of oranges and lemons. :st Growers played up the [ielu-ions breakfast included non-poppy seed coffee rings, blossom rolls and lemon ing. Lemon Drop King m-Miiiar: > 3 cup sugar, peel of 1 lemon, 2 table- MiSiir. 1 tablespoon grated pee!. 3 cups biscuit mix, l: . a'.er. 3 tablespoons lemon Mix whether i;riirmin flour, all-] j'jico. 3 tablespoons melted butter Rice Pudding: 2 cups water 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup uncooked white rice >i cup beet or cane sugar 1 teaspoon cornstarch ^'4 cup water Grated rind of 1 lemon 4 teaspoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon red cinnamon candies 6 medium baked apples ! a cup milk Ingredients for Custard Sauce: 2 cups milk 2 eggs ] ^ teaspoon sflH Here's a Delicious Twosome i By CKCII/Y BROWNSTONK , cook and stir over moderately low Associated Tress Food Editor } heal until thickened and bubbly. F R E S fl MUSHROOMS AM) j Place chops i and any juice oa plate j VEA1/ CHOI'S complement each over mushroom sauce. Sprinkle, other in fine fashion. Brown :he | chops with remaining salt. Place a chops in a big skillet, then cook; pie^e of aluminum foil over top oi them in a mushroom sauce uiuil I skillet; add tighi-fitt-ing cover. Sim- Make Lemon-Sugar: Mix and peel together and set sugar until needed. Mix sugar, grated lemon peel nnd bisc-ult mix tosetti- er in large bowl. Combine water and lemon Juice; add lo biscuit mix; stir to make a stiff dough. Brush an 8-inch ring mold or 9x6- Inch loat pan. with molted butter, sprinkle generously with lemon- sugar. Divide in (our purls, and shape each into 12 small balls ol dough. Line mold with 2 vows of balls (using 12 in each row) t°[ form first layer. Brush with balij the melted butter; sprinkle with! half the remaining lemon-susnvj mixture. Repeat for second layer. Bake at, 400 degrees F. for '-'5 to 30 minutes or until lightly browned.] Turn upside down on cooling rackj and. it desired, glaze with plaint icing while still warm. For plain icing melt together '3 cup conefc-1 toners' sugar, 1> 2 teaspoons milk and few drops vanilla. : WARNING O It I) K K IN TIIK ril.\NCi:i!V COUKT. CIIK'KASAWKA DISTKICT, MISSISSIPPI COl'N'l'Y, AIIKAXSAS Olive Cook, Pitt. A very Cook. Dft. flu. 13.110 orrnrtKR 2T. ciimplalnt of Hie plnlnlill, OlU't Cook. Dated this 5ih day ol October, ' UflHAI.DINB LISTON. Clerk. II DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. tiny Waih. At'.y. Fd H Cook. Ally. ad. Lilem. 10 '6-13-20-37 The deieiulaiH. Avery Cook, is iiereby warned to a|)|>ear willnn i — thirtv days in tlw court named in! r.i,.,,n»rt AMI the capuon hereof and an.wcv the! Read Conner »v.!, U^silltd Aili. n ] they are very tender. Just before • tue chops are finished cooking, add some slivers of cooked ham. Serve • j the sauce as is or finish it off with 'd'cookinK sherry or a little cream. j VEAL CHOPS WITH MUSHROOM SAUCE Ingredients: 4 lender veal i'ib iner until chops are tender—30 to 60 minutes. About 10 minutes before chops are finished cooking, add ham strips to sauce. Do not baste chops or turn so top surfaces will remain browned. Remove chops to serving platter. Surround with sauce. Or slir a few teaspoons of cookint , nts: 4 lender srein end. After the rice has j chops i ;! 4 to 1-irich thick", 2 tea- i sherry or a couple of tablespoons oi cooked, place tile rice and milk m 5 p 00 :is flour, ' 2 pound mushrooms, j heavy cream, or both into sauce be- Place the apples over ihe rice. Spoon some of rhe hoi syrup over a greased shallow baking^ dish. 3 tablespor.s butter, l'_. tablespoons; ,- ore serving. Makes 4 servings. flour. 1 teaspoon salt, 'a teaspoon j \ote: Use tail part of chops fo.' pepper, ', teaspoon onion powder, 5[ock if des j re d. teaspoon garlic powder, '., cup undiluted condensed beef bouillon, cup water. l j cup thin strips cooked ham, cooking sherry or heavy cream (if desired). Bur il in tlie 6 boU<ie c PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE Method: Have most of "mil" cut off chops along; with mosi of fat around edges. Dip both sides of chops in 2 teaspoons flour. If mushrooms are medium or large-size, wipe caps and stems with a damp cloth; slice lengthwise so caps and stems are attached if possible. If Other Ways With Fresh Mushroom* Ever stulf mushrooms? We sometime roll round rich crisp crackers into fine crumbs and mix the crumbs with melted butter. Then we coo.< melted butter. Then we cook me- medium or large-size mushroom cap- lightly in butter and stuff them with the crumb filling. Just befor • serving, the stuffed mushroom caps go under the broiler to heat anu brown. The muslirooni stems may mushrooms are small they may be chopped and cooked separately from rinsed with cold water, dried thor- the caps, in butter, then added lo oughly towel and halved lengthwise , so caps and stems are attached. Melt butter in a 10-inch skillet: brown chops quickly on both sides: if you like, hold chops one at a time with a fork and brown outside edges. Remove chops to plate. Add mushrooms to drippings in skillet: cook over high heat a few minutes, tossing with a fork: turn heat low and cook several minutes longer: turn heat high the crumb stuffing, if you like. Sliced mushrooms, cooked in a little olive oil, are delicious added to a tomato sauce lo be used over meyt loaf, hamburgers, spaghetti or noodles. Or cook the sliced mushrooms 111 a little butter and add them to creamed eggs. Spoon the mixture into individual shallow baking dishes and sprinkle with Parmesan again if liquid is gathering, in skil-| cheese and paprika, heat and brown , . . . let; there should be very little, j in a hot oven or under the broiler. Sprinkle mushrooms with I' 2 table- Serve with buttered triangles ol spoons flour, half the salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder; stir well. Mix undiluted bouillon and water: add to mushrooms: crisp toast. Market Tip Don't let anyone tell you Uut fresh mushrooms are always supposed to be cooked only a few min- each apple. Bake, uncovered, in a uteB and lhat they should be kept pre-heated 350 degrees F. oven un-1 lvhiu , looking. The' longer the cook- til the apples are just tender when • [he more [(| , vor lhey seem to pierced with a fork (about 45 mm- have And jf . , ood market ot . mcs.i. During the baking, from tune (( , rs a ba - berause H basta „, to time, spoon the syrup over the mushTOOms look darkened and a bit apples until all of the "••••- ••-' '" used. Serve warm th »l^ U Ui'o li d 5 'ror e "nrikinir cust-ird ! rooniB are all to sauce: Scald the milk in the'top of often been thanked by cooks whom a double boiler. Slightly beat to-1 <™ ndvised to seek them out I gelher the eggs, salt, and m e syrup is} b . Havonvise , , llose dulled with J . : f blackened mush- the good. We've j sugar. Slowly add the hot milk to the egg mixture. Mi.x thoroughly. Return to the top of the double boiler. Stirring constantly, cook over hot water only until the mixture coats a metal spoon. Do not overcook or the mixture will curdle. Stir in the vanilla. Allow to cool, then chill. This recipe makes 6 servings. Super ice cream sundae for hume kitchens: two scoops of ice cream, j a ladle full of maple or maple-flavored .syrup, thawed fro/.L'n strawberries or pineapple, crushed pineapple, -chopped nut meats, whiped cream, chocolate sprinkles. Definitely for the youngsters. WIN YOUR WINGS o« a civilian volunteer in the GROUND OBSERVER CORPS Af. fine HS our rrtdar screen ma.v Ix 1 , it has limHations and cannot he fully depended upon to detect sneak air attacks That in why volunteers are ur^ontly needed now in thf Ground Obser\-cr Corps. Join today! Win your win^s as a civilian plane spotter and help safeguard your home and your iwtion from the horrors of nuclear warfare. t UP! 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