The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1956 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 23, 1956
Page 11
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28,19M BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.) COURIER KBWS PAOf BLKfEN Fresh Ham Leftovers Part of Its Economy By GAYNOR MADDOX H NEA Food and Markets Editor ' Fresh ham not only mafces a hearty roast, but also gives leftovers for quick sandwiches and casserole dishes. The fresh ham or pork leg roast comes either with a small amount of bone, or it may be boned, rolled and tied. Purchase a roast of at least three pounds, allowing '/, to 1-3 • pound of boned meat per serving. " Prepare fresh leg roast as all pork roasts, that Is fat side up on a rack in an open pan. Tnsert~a~ roast meat thermometer through the fat side into the eenter of the roast, not touching the bone .and roas in a slow oven 325 degrees F.) until the roast meat] roast weighing 5 pounds .will be I well done in approximately l\2 hours. If the meat is frozen, add 15 to 20 minutes per.pound td the thermometer registers 185 deprees p. This is the temperature for well done pork, thr degree at which pork must be served. A fresh ham roasting time. Parsley Meat Pie (Yield: 6 servings} One and one-hall cups chopped cooked pork, 2-3 cup shredded raw carrot, l'/2 teaspoons shredded onion, 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon salt, teaspoon pepper, H cup gravy, 1-3 cup chopped parsley, 2 cups biscuit mix. Combine pork, carrots,, onion, Worcestershire sauce, seasonings and gravy. Add parsley to biscuit mix, then add milk about 14 cup to make a dough. Divide dough in half. Pat into two 8-inch circles. Lay one round on a baking /sheet. Spread meat mixture on top. Cover with other round and seal edges with a fork. Bake in a moderately hot oven 400 degrees F.) for 25 to 30 minutes. Serve with hot gravy or tomato sauce. Try Caramel Cake With This Frosting Try the new caramel-flavored cake mix this homemade penuche- type frosting. Ingredients: 1 package (1 pound and 1 ounce) caramel cake mix, "* cup butler or margarine, 1 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar, H cup milk, 1?; cups sifted confectioners' sugar, V4 teaspoon vanilla. Method: Prepare and bake cake mix according to package directions using two round layer-cake pans (8 inches across and about 1 inch deep)' cool thoroughly after turning out. Melt butter in a 1 or 1'j-quarl saucepan; add brown sugar; stir over moderately low heat for 2 minutes. (Don't worry if sugar is lumpy.) Add milk. Stir constantly, pressing out any sugar lumps against sides of pan, until mixture comes to a boil. Place pan in a few inches of cold water to cool—lor 10 minutes or so. Stir in half of the confectioners' sugar; add remaining sugar and beat with spoon until smooth. Use half of the frosting to fill cake layers; spread remaining frosting over top of cake. Cheese Mrkes This Salad Tasty, Substantial Cheese makes this pear salad tasty and substantial. Ingredients: 1 package (Bounces' blue cheese food. !i cup .shaved filberts. 2 tablespoons mayonnaise. 4 ripe pears, salad greens, salad dressing. Method: Grate cheese; mix wltr filberts and mayonnaise. Pee! pears, cut in half s>nd remove core and stem structure. Pbce the pear halves (2 lor each portion) on sal:-; sreeas; sooon chee=e mature over core cavuies Serve wifi salad dressing. Makes 4 servings. Cottage Cheese f Noodle And Ham Dish Interesting flavor distinguishes this nutritious casserole. Ingredients: 2 cups (about 4 ounces) noodles (about >/ 2 inch wide), 2 teaspoons butter, >/ 2 cup finely diced green pepper, 'A cup finely diced celery, 1 small finely grated onion (pulp and juice), 1 tablespoons flour, % teaspoon salt, y t teaspoon pepper, 1 cups milk, 1 cup diced cooked ham, iVt cups (12 ounces) creamstyle cottage cheese. Method: Cook noodles (using 3 quarts rapidly boiling water and no salt) until just tender; drain. Melt butter in l'/ 2 -quart saucepan over low heat; add green pepper, celery and onion; cook about 6 minutes. „ Stir in Hour, & teaspoon salt, and pepper. Add milk; cook and stir constantly over moderately low heat until thickened and .bubbly Remove from heat. Mix In ham and cottage cheese. Turn Into Scrambled Beef Is Easy Main Dish Easy main dish using ground beef and cooked in a skillet. Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 medium-sized on- ior (cut in thin strips), 1 medium- d-frrnrr ' nrr-v- ""It ^ f>li " strips), 1 pound ground beef chuck, 1 can (8 ounces) tomato sauce, 1 teaspoon salt, pepper, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 1V4 teaspoon cider vinegar, grated cheese. Method: Melt butter in 10-inch skillet over low heat. Add onion and green pepper; cook until wilted, stirring occasionally. Add beef; mash with fork to break up; cook until red color disappears. Add tomato sauce, salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce and vinegar. Simmer until flavors are blended and thoroughly hot. Serve over rice or noodles with grated cheese. Makes 4 servings. Like coffee flavor? Add a tablespoon of instant coffee powder to a package of vanilla puddlng-and- pie-fllling mix when you are adding .he liquid called for in the package directions. When the pudding has cooled pour It into sherbet glasses and chill; serve with whippec cream beaten with confectioner's ;ugar and cocoa. Add a bit of tarragon seasoning powder to .the flour, salt and pep per in which you dip fish fillet before frying. Good flavor! shallow baking dish (about I quarts). Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven until heated through and bubbly around sides — about 30 mln- utes. Makes 6 medium-sized servings. Your family tired of the same old | carrots - and • green • peas combi - j nation? Then try serving them in a ' well-seasoned thin cream sauce and sprinkling with crumbled crisply-cooked bacon. the best margarine is Crearn- enriched -AND ONUY.CREAMO CONTAHjlS CREAM ^ Vary your favorite recipe for tomato aspic by adding chopped chopped hard-cooked egg and chopped green asparagus spears (canned) to it. Use so:ro of fiat ap-1: v'.'.ce thi.- way ml- it with c:- :"t .md raisins r.nd pi:; a little, ot it on pastry rounds. Fold the-rounds over and press the edges together with the tines of a fork; bake in a hot oven Be sure the applesauce is thick ana sweetened. Doctoi up those canned bake beans to give them a homemade taste! Add maple syrup, catchup, Worcestershire sauce and finely diced onion and neat the beans thoroughly. Button! Shoe Shop Expert Shoe Repair Good Shoes at Good Prices 112 S. Broadway EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware PIMM 2-M15 Paint Closeout Tjpw And C«Ufi iPrict Hubbard Hardware EBERDTS' GATEWAY GROCERY 2101 Rose St. Jack Sprat Red Ph. 3-3161 4QCK. Jl/iut •«*• PIE CHERRIES 2 2 >~ 39* • Fancy Delicious • I Apples. doi.39c) Jack Sprot Turnip or Mustard GREENS N ™ 2-19* Jack Sprat . - - GRAPERUIT JUICE "-1JSF Jack Sprat Dried BLACKEYE PEAS S 2-19* Jack Sprat Fresh Garden PEAS % 2 * 39* I Pork Steak t29c) Green CABBAGE ••>>% 10* Worthmore Tray Pack TTUrilllllWi^i'*"/'-"-" ^ A jk SLICED BACON i'1.00 Nabisco SUGAR WAFERS •/.* 29* Blue Plate SALAD DRESSING '*" 29* 4 Humko 3 Ib. Cart I Shortening 59 3 Ib. Carton C English WALNUTS Ronco SPAGHETTI Tony . DOG FOOD ,£21* 3 - 29* • Shop in T«mptraturt-Controll«d Comfort • Plenty of Free Parking Room • Lower Prices • Self Service It Pays to Shop at Mays! You Get Both When You Buy Here: 1. LOW PRICES ALWAYS! 2. SAVE-MOR COUPONS— Good for Valuable Premiums! 29 Cl AIID "Silver Mist" PI or S.R- «C $0 rLvUn FREE 2 Water Glasses .. fcw Lbs.* CORN MEAL ToS5 L £ g 320 PET MILK Orcarnation 2<£! 250. HOT T AM ALES Camp Fire'Brand Can I / p JACK MACKERELe 8 ^ ....£! 170 POTTED MEAT Slandardpack Cn 50 QIAF Riceland — Plump & Tender Q PLbs. FREE lac Box Cinnamon UAUII I A FLAVORING — '1 Oz. • HrllLLH Dove Brnad., Btl. |A(* AHF AU L°w Calorie Mellorine, Van., lift wlfCAIfl Choc., Strawberry .. '/ 2 Gal. fll Fft Nu-Maid "Table Grade" Lb. 27(! rAAA Large Grade "A" Every Egg Guaranteed Doz. Fine Richtex Q Lb. . « Golden SHORTENING CHEESE SPREAD APPLE JELLY SUGAR Can 2 DominoorGodchaux 10 TOILET TISSUES "10 Fresh & Cured Choice Meats Highest Quality — Lowest Prices! NECK BONES Meaty&Tender 3Lb S 29ji GROUND BEEF Sn?hl., y 3 U, 880 CDVCDC Pancy ' Fresh ^Qr 4 I Kit nO Fat & Tender Lb. fc^H PORK ROAST Fresh p :±ib 250 n M AAU Slices & Pieces ' C QQrf OAvUll _.. WLbs- ****r Courteous, Efficient Service FRESH PRODUCE OIIIOMS 0 *'*™"™ 2u,.15(i PARRATF Clisp> Greon Heads 46 GRAPES EmperorsNo;i .....' 2Lb,29}i SWEET POTATOES^! 2 Lb ,150 CARROTS In . CeU0 ........L, 100 We Feature FOLGER'S COFFEE "T*t Toit/eft Part of MAYS SUPER MARKET PICNICS King Cotton Smoked 2 Lb. Filled Cheese 39 DORTCH — Reg. 25c Size Lb. Sunshine Graham Crackers 33' VANILLA WAFERS 1? CALDWELL'S MELLORINE SLICED BACON Armours Crescent Brand Kreys Pure Sausage »>.25 C AUSTEX, PLAIN, LGE. CAN (No Beans) PURE (Hill ea. 49- Bush Green & White, No. 1 can Lima Beans Standard, No. 302 Green Beans . 10 C 421 S. 21st Ph.3-9910 Fresh Vegetables Large Pod, BELL Texas Green Large roa, DSI.I- ^ Peppers. ea 3 C Cabbage ib 3 C Fancy 1 Lb. Cello Black Valentine r-ancy i >-»• «"« - . ^ (arrots2forl5 c Gr.Beansiu.19 c FREEMAN-HENLEY SUPER MARKET 2016 West Main St.

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