The Courier News from ,  on February 16, 1956 · Page 10
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Thursday, February 16, 1956
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY/FEBRUARY 16, 19M Now... enjoy this famous i Fisherman's Wharf delicacy- in your own home! we rtwrve th« right to limit K urchases . . . - othinj fold for Tarantino's reveals popular "Halibut Florentine recipe! From world-renowned Tarantiiio's on San Francisco's colorful Fisherman's Wharf comes this rare and wonderful recipe for Halibut Florentine"... a gourmet's dish you can now «njoy right in your own home! Thanks to Tarantino's Master Chef-Don Lynam,-who gave ns- permission to reveal his secrets, this exclusive recipe is now available to Safeway Shoppers. You'll love the way this savory seafood dish adds new enjoyment and variety to your Lenten menus.-Serve it to the family tonight... and bring the mood of Fisherman's Wharf to your dinner table: fishing boats riding at anchor... crab-kettles steaming... cork-fringed fishing nets drying in the sun. And. "Halibut Florentine" set before you! FREE RECIPE AT SAFEWAY! With the help of Master Chef Lynam we've prepared a "Food - and - Fun ^ Adventures" guide, with complete [\<! instructions for making "Halibut ,',-";-] Florentine" just 01 it's served at £';»* Tarantino's. Your special copy is •y;,' ^yp:'.' ready at Safeway now WATCH CHEF LYNAM CREATE THIS SEAFOOD DELIGHT! ...for Halibut Florentine or your own favorite Lenten recipe Halibut Fillets — ; - • ' ' Frozen Pan Ready Steaka .............. Lb. .., favorites from our Meat Section! Round Steak 1K°1". loin Steak tJSDAOhoice .69c Sliced Bacon t" Aged Beef ww* ice 70i» Tender Beef Lb. £7t ,.35c , 69c Fancy Fryers USDA todrf nik. UBDA Choice KIDS Rib Steaks DSDAChoice Aged Beef Choice Heavy Beef I Pork Chops SEoit. n,49c Pocket the Difference You Save on Ever}- Meat Item at Safeway. Smoked Harris sh.kortion3 Smoked Hams Butt ou portrons Smoked Hams rr Master Chef Don Lynam beams, displaying a siding plnttir of *Hohbtri Florentine", ready to serve to a group of lucky guests at Tarmrtino'i. (Chef lynam hos a special way with seafood os you'll distow whe* you try his recipe! Get your fr«e -copy ot Sofewoy now). Large Eggs ....:,- 58 l Corn Meal 5 s 39 ( 0ur First, the chef places the holibut fillets in a saucepan with water and lemon juice. You may substitute other fish if you prefer. Orange Juice $££'. 2'S33c c ... L b . 79c Lent is the time to serve fine cheese . . . Cheddar Wisconsin Red Rind for Lenten Recipes 69' Dutch Mill c Philadelphia Swiss Cheese l± h l: e " ........ 2ct.87c ...... 2l£.29c Cheese Food ^eta ..... 2 We Bel-air Frozen 12-Oz. 41- and Chopped Fkg. lfl» Bel-air 10-Oz. 1}. Frozen fkg. AJfc Whole Okra Broccoli Iro f_._L/Ktl! Franco- 1 15J4-O jpayneill American I Tin» Campbell yegetable Cod Fillets Brown Shrimp Fish Sticks £S Scallops SSJL '££ IS ISK-Oi. Ocean Perched" 1 .': Soup Campbell's Tomato Sou Shortening^ m ..... 2 33c ll-Oi. 4 ft* Our Low Prict .Tin IWV Chunk Tuna ££« ,.«t Red Salmon.SS, ST Gulf Oysters S!T...,:.,..'^ Pink Salmon^"? ....^ 35c 1.69 59c 24c ... Complete Your Seafood Dinner with .. . _ .. Next, chopped spinach and onions are stirred into previously prepared' |r F ru its and Vegetables . . . fresh from growing while sauce. You may use either frozen, conned, or fresh spinach. Lima Beans o'reen- Fancy Peas 2 uns 29c 2 Me p" g .21c Apple Juice Town House ^ ke Cream M r69c Oven-Fresh I-*. Cracker ......... Box Sunshine or Lb. * N. B. C. Premium: .... Boy Cottage Cheese ^L .. 16 c±, 29c Macaroni Spinach lr; ra . ld . 2Z 35 25c Pork & Beans i cna sauc e "!. 2 Tin,' 25c Niblets Corn SI', 2'{£35c Fancy Rice Sm' 2pk!;:27c Uncle Ben's SS^ Cheese Spread F?.V These Pricen Effective Until Clow ef BusineM Saturday, February 18th. 14 m:23c Coffee Airway Lb. flip MrHow .... Bag 1 J« Margarine Cold- A l-Lb. AQ. brook 4 Clrvs. fj3» Sugar Domino or 10-Lb. OQ« Godcham Bag 09* Juicy Lemons Yellow Onions Fresh and Juicy Large 300 Size — Lb. Danver Variety 19' 3,17' Spinach S-S. Green Onions i Red Apples IS Broccoli Frc ' h ... .;...L b .19c Cabbage .2Buneh«.15c Tomaloei ;... 5u,.49c Radishes 2k 15e Red Grapes 'SSS.LI Ikt «nel towli.. .(MMNli k iM Mo o hot wen uMfl loppini k o (•MM BMWt), HWf), pfMtl!*** P

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