The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 22, 1948
Page 9
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BLYTHEVrLLB (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS Skillful Carving Performance Is Climax of Thoughtful ness on Part of Butcher, and Chef Too A skillful 'emrvlnj perforasnc* U not Juat a matter ot chance. It Is 0« climax ot carelul effort on the p«rt of the meat denier, the honic- fcuker, and the carver. + .. . __ Miss Bond Says Finger Painting Good Craft When spring cleaning and plant- )' Apples Add Flavor to Stuffing The niMt dealer can make carv- tag much; easier by fashioning a bootless roast or by removing bones Hoi necessary to keep the accepted "•i»pe of trie ro»st. la all rib roasts lhape of the rcmst. In all rib roasts , wll f" s P'J n « cleaning and plant- Ibe butcher can separate Hie rib !! lg <f* m<m a >»osl of > mother's »nd back bones. This allows the I, e the " Ule Wow'under foot cnii back bone to be removed after be Y er * ", ulch "°B lec '«<t »'><! very roastliur and before earvinir w. ran ln " c " >" the W "J'- roasting and before carving. He can uiist futher by removing the loose ends of fat «nd lean tissue from meat cuts. These ends char and Interfere with smooth action from the carving knife, and cause an Untidy carving performance. The liomemaker must determine th* correct .cooking schedule for ««h meat cut, and must liave the meat at just the desired degree ol doneness without overcooking. Too done roasts are hard to carve nnd fall apart. AfteV cooking a roast ahoidd "jet" for 15 to 30 minutes to become firm enough for carving. The homemaker will favor the carver if the uses « platter of suitable size and refrains from over- garnishing. The carver nvtist learn the bone and muscle conformations of each rneat cut and. determine (he correct placement of the meat cut on the platter. Proper cutlery, sharp, of course, is a «iost important step. A long thln-bladed meat sllcer «nd a wide two-lined fork are best for carving large roasts. The steak knife Is excellent for carving steaks or unjolnling and carving poultry. When carving, the carver may sit or stand. Slices are removed, cutting across the meat fiber whenever possible. Shice the meat fiber usually parallels the bone, carving 1* at right angles to the bone. The carver must hold the ment firmly with the fork and use long, sure knife strokes to eliminate jagged . Mges of untidy scraps. State Military Agency To Build in Five Cities IXTTLE ROCK, Ark., April 22. (UP)—The Arkansos Mihtary Department announced yesterday that it will accept bids May 15 for con- atruction of motor storage build- Ings in five Arkansas cities. Adjutant General H. L. McAllslcr •aid the buildings are to be put up In Kena, Berry vllle. Magnolia, Monticello and Camden. They ar= to be of brick and steel construe, tion and financed'by federal mon- McAlister also said the department will build an armory at Forrest City at an estimated cost of *SO,000. It will be a stale project, lie aald, financed from money derived from the sale of the former Forrest City armory. ch In the way. Miss Gerirudc Dond, North Mississippi County Home Demonstration agent suggests (hat finger painting is an excellent craft, being both creative and inexpensive 1 , nnd Is adaptive for the two-year old on up to the 15-year old. Many summer camps are using finger painting as a. camp craft. Miss Bond suggests Iliat the kitchen table is a good place to work and that the only materials needed are cornslarch, food coloring nnd heavy paper. To make the paint lise four tablespoons of cornstaicli to a cup of water, and follow the directions for milking boiled slnrch. pour Into three or four small jars wllh screw tops flud add a few drops of different colored food coloring. Mix and cool and the paint Is ready to use. .When ready to paint, dampen the paper selected, dip some pnlnt on the paper, and spread it where you want It, and from then on the" Ingenuity of the painter controls the finished product, Miss Bond said. Daylight Saying Time Hit by Grange Speaker WASHINGTON, A|)rll 2. (UP) — Daylight saving time, according" to a spokesman for the National! Grange, is the "undemocratic" Invention of a "few golfers, business malingers, recreational and other cranks" In big cities. J. T. Sunder*, leflstatlvo agent for the farmers' organization, said few things have been "so uns.vs- tematically and undcinocrallcntly determined n s has our time schedule." • If farmers luid tlielr way, lie said , all communities would stay on j standard time the year 'round. Sanders presented the National Orange's viol's to a Senate Commerce subcommittee yesterday. 'Ilic Congressional group is considering two bills, one calling for nationwide daylight time tti the Summer tor the sake o[ uniformity 1 , and the other prohibiting such a clmngt- over «l any time. Apples give roast duck extra delicacy. Federation of Music Club Elects Officers f LITTLE 'ROCK, Ark., April 22 (UP)—The Arkansas Federation of Jl.v Cuyniir .M:ulil»x NKA Staff Writer Like roast duck? It is one of the best, buys today. Bo are apple.-,. Therefore, stuff your duck with this recipe for apple-raisin stuffing. Apiilc-Kulsln Slutting (Vk-lil: ivimiiKli stuffing for 5- to «-|)uuii(l cluck) One and ono-lialt cups chopped tail apples. 1-2 nip Sultana raisin.-,, cups soft whole wheat, brcarl crumbs. 2 tablespoons sugar, 1-3 spoon sail, lev grains pepper, 1-4 cup tipple juice. 1-2 teaspoon orcgauo, 3 tuliteflioons butter or lorlifiecl niiugurlJie. Combine 'apples, raisins, bread crumbs, sugar, salt, pepper and apple juice. Add oicgano to butter or margin-lilt. 1 ; melt, Add to first mixture. Mix well. For a gnrnisn use apple slices sautccd and lop with nppic mint Jelly. Eggs nro HOB' more plentiful. So combine them with apples into a pudding everyone will enjoy. Applesauce Custard I'lUliling (Serves 4-G) One-quarler cup butler or fortified margarine, 3 shredded wheat biscuits, finely crumbled, 2 cups apple.sauce, '2 tablespoons sugar, 2 eggs. 1 cup milk, 1-4 teaspoon salt,. Dot 2 tablespoons liilUcr in bottom of baking dish. Cover wild a layer of shredded wheat and >i luycr of applesauce. Sprinkle with sugar. Repeat layers until baking dish is linlf filled. Beat eggs slightly; add milk. salt. Pour over mixture in Music Clubs was under the direction of new officers today after tlie close Tuesday ot lu three-day annual convention here. Mrs. H. E. Tyo of Aslidown wns elected president. Other new officers are Mrs Mary Ann Chop of pine Bluff, first vice- president; MIS. Charles P. .WnkiiK of Brinklcy. recording secretary; and Airs. Kric Cavincss ol Dardan- ellc, treasurer biikuiK dish. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees K) -60 minutes-. Serve hot. • Arkansas Kite Ciron-crs Co-op. ASMI. Stuttgart, Arkansas L«an and Meaty BRING US YOUR COLGATE COUPONS! Pork Sausage ib. 39c Forked Deer, No. 2 Can ~~ ~ ~ • / *^W. .*. WVflll , Tomatoes - - 2 for 25c PALMOLIVE Try the 14 OAr Beauty Man PALMOLIVE For Tub ... and Shower LARGE 3 POUND PACKAGE RICELAND RICE Cashmere Bouquet With fhe Fragrance Men love j Reg.Size 2 for 19c BarhSizc Each 14c 2 for 25c Lgc.Sizc 36* Upper Deck, No. 2 Can • » — —"/ • ^**t M* ^un English Peas 2 lor 25c ——— Sngar , uuKar v.uren MWKEO JOWLS lh 33 KtUlf»T-'« Ttvrlft.. ,b65 c i b 59 c Hunter's Thrifty BACON ; P»rk«y Colored OLEO , HoMe Dressed HEMS & FRYERS „ s , ^ \st 4 IJVJ11 It, CATSUP 18 Vita Valley No. 2 Can TURNIP GREENS ,25 Vride of Illinois ] 1 o/. 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