The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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THURSDAY, 'APRIL 15, 1937 B1ATIIEVILLR (ARK,) COURIER NJSWS PAGE NINE; Cook's Crowning Achievement It's Handsome, Keeps Well, and Is Not Too Hard Io Make Ilv MllS. OAYNOll MADDOX NEA Service Stair Writer If you like to celebrate interpa- ttonal good will, ir you enjoy making cakes that are shockingly handsome, then try this specially created recipe. It will make an excellent wedding cake too. and will keep well. Of course, the little king and Ills royal consort who f.tand so imperially atop the coronation cake lire dolls dressed by the clever home dressmaker/ As a wedding confection, a bride and groom can be substituted. Read the recipe very carefully and count all your ingredients. There are 22 in the cake, and G in tlie frosting. Coronation Cake. Five cups sifted cake flour, 3 teaspoons combination baking powder, 1-4 tea-spoon, soda, 1-2 teaspoon salt. 3 teaspoons cinnamon, 1 teaspoon allspice, 1 teaspoon mace, 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg. 3 pounds i-aisiiis, finely cut, 2 pounds cur- innts, 1-2 pound dates seeded and finely cut. l pound citron, thinly sliced, 1 tablespoon grated orange rind, 1 1-2 teaspoon grated lemon vinrt, 1 pound butter or other shortening, 1 pound brown sugar, 12 eggs, well beaten, 4 squares unsweetened chocolate, melted, 1 cup molasses, l cup tart jelly. 3-4 cup orange juice, 3 tablespoons lemon juice. Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder, soda, salt and spices, and sirt together three times. Sift 1 cup of flour mixture over fruit, and mix well. Combine orange and lemon rind with butter, creaming thoroughly; add sugar nrailtnlly and crenm together until li'ht and fluffy: Add eggs and chocolate and blsnd; then molasses, jelly, nnd fruit juicss. Add flour gradually, beating well after each addition; then add fruit. Divide into pans which have been greased, lined with heavy,.paper, and again greased:' Bake in; slow oven .(250 degrees P.) -until' 10-inch pan.fG 1-2 pounds batter),-Mke 5 1-2 hours; ill 7 1-2-Inch pan "(4 pounds batter) bake 4 hours; .in 5-inch pan (2 pounds' batter) bake 3 hours. '.'•'.'".' Ornamental Frosting' ' Pour tablespoons butter,- 5 cups sifted confectioners', sugar,, 2 , egg i whites, unbeaten, 2 tablespoons cream (about), 1 1-2 teaspoons vanilla, 1-4 teaspoon salt. ' Crcniu butter add part, of the sugar gradually, blending after each addition. Add remaining sugar, air leriuiWy «-ith egg whites, then with cream, until of right consistency to spread. Beat after'each addition until smooth. Add 'vanilla and salt. Double this recipe to frost and decorate Coronation Cake. can bride and groom, king makes an ideal wedding cake. It's new, handsome anil baking skill of the average cook.... Substitute figures of groom and let -the wedding march begin. Here Are Recipes for Some Easily Made "Conversation Pieces" Ameri- June, this within the bride' ami 1RI SOUFFLE Makes an Appealing .One- Dish Meal at This Time of Year ; Lighten your menu problem wiUi J few dejicate souffles,"'They, make 'Jrarid one-dish luncheons. " ' ''.Cheese and Rice Souffle , (4 io 6 sirvbgs) One arid one-half cups cooked rice; l'l'-2 cups white sauce, 3 fresh eggs,- 11-4 cups ground American cheese,' 1.teaspoon minced parsley; 1-8.teaspoon 'baking soda, 1-8 teaspoon minced garlic., salt, paprika. Add; seasoning, parsley-and garlic to white sa\\tx. ~Add;cheese and cook; over;hot 'water, until, cheese has entirely melted.". Turn, In rice. Beat egg-yolks well,'theii stir Into cheese- mixture;' Beat Yegg, whites until stiff, ^then fold ,-.into -cheese mixture.' Turn into- -vSell- buttered baking dish, set In : pafi-ofovater and bake in moderate oven ' (350 degrees P.) for 'about 30 minutes. Serve at once with sliced tomatoss dusted,with chopped chives, toast and tea—there's a pleasant luncheon -date for you. :'/''•• Spinach ami Celery Souffle(6 to 8 servings) : One tablespoon butter, 1 table- bowl into which have been tossed scullions cut up. 4 radishes, sliced. 1 cucumber, sliced, 1 teaspoon minced onion, 1 stalk celery, chopped, 1 red tonmto, sliced, G crisp lettuce leaves, 1 baby carrot, sliced, and 1 tablespoon minced celery, all mixed up with French dressing. With this "sparkling salad, s;rve slices of whole- wheat-walnut bread t an:l balls' of cream cheese, and of course, it.pot lemon. That's enougn ' Wliat brings your friends to yd house besides an invitation? If I; brklgt.' or games or a party— iir'imcil for a change, becau "how you talk" has become t social lure, and the "art of co versalion" is the popular art lotta Our Grandmothers knew the n of conversation—but I' dldi join In—they listened! And becau they were good listener: they noted that even mi: UIU-.L. brilliant conversations among thslr men folks ran down without tljo stimulus of a short pause for re- grated orange rind, 3-4 cup or- anye juice. 2 1-2 cups flour, 2 1-2 teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon soda, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 3-i (nin chopped , nuts. ; Cream honey and shortening; idd beaten egg and orange rind. Sift the dry ingredients and alternately ndd with _orangc juice. Add chopped nuts. Bake In inod- eiately slow oven (325 degrees P.) Tor 1 hour and 10 minutes. This with smooth cream cheese Isn't an unpatriotic thought. Here's one more excellent, honey idea. Olives Shifted with Shrimp Small shrimp, stuffed olives nnd this dressing—1-2 cup olive oil, 1-4 cup honey, 2 teaspoons salt, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, 2 teaspoons paprika, 1-4 cup.'vinegnr, 2 table- spoils catsup, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon grated horseradish. Blend honey with dry higredt- fiMhmenls. Today we go Brandone better — our refresh- nents are the kind nnd we serve foods that somc- llini's make our gui'.sts "talk with their mouths full"—n custom grandmother would have considered Certainly the modern - .sn't shocked at n guest who lakes a bite—and manages to mumble . . . "ummm 'sgood!" Vour jjiicsts from Florida, /or Instance, will take one look at Ihe sunny Blmini Mold given below— mil memories of golden days on I fir the flowery State'will stun the ctmversntloimrball n-roll- hi£! 1. anything cnn change the •subject It, may be ths detectable Hanuna shertml because Hint's NEWS! Or peflmps those golden dates from the land of the Arabian Nights will hold the center of the conversational stage. Whatever uio dish, whntever the conversation, yoiill hear "economical, delicious, delectable, unusual." nnd the gathering Is oil to a flying start. K you would yaln a icpuln- liim as n brilliant, conversationalist. Just s^rve the edible "subjects" Biven litre. llhnlnl Molil 1 package lemon flavored gelatin 3-4 cup boiling water l io 3 tablespoons sugar Basil salt - '> Mayonnaise and whipped cream dressing 1 cup grapefruit juice 1 cup diced grapefruit sections '= cup shredded blanched almonds. Dissolve gelatine In boiling water; add sugar and salt; stir until dissolved. Add strained grapefruit Juice; chill until thick- and syrupy; fold in drained grapefruit nnd almonds; imai Into one large mold or individual molds. Chill until firm. Unmold by dipping quickly in warm water. Serve on lettuce leaves and garnish with mayonnaise whipped cream dressing Serves c. SluiTccI Gingerbread Gingerbread Just like George Washington ate.when he was a little boy Is possible for modern Georges if you use the gingerbread - r —- —a mix bused on Mary Ball Washing- enls. add catsup, lemon juice, Ion's own private recip- J i ad J horseradish and then vinegar and w-nter to the contents of th-pac ml Beat with eg s beater. Makes n-e and bake. While sill] hot, split i-J. cups. - (!,„ gingerbread-find mil Uvetli i Remove pimento stuffing from j with this stufrin^- olives then insert a shrimp whichl 2 packages cream cheese Mi, $ «f C " ,T C " 12 hours '"' ' pack "S c l>nstcuri,ed dales the-special dressing. One of those:! 1 cup chopped nuts novelties that are not necessary j >/. teaspoon salt but do add to the gai.-ty of na- . .-Cream ,to moisten. • ;. . , tlo "S---- - - •'."• '--^ -.---.--., •> : - :<i;-.rrj~:hc«ci-!Cvoz.'i'-.:i;d ndcl dates which have.,been pliled i.nd diced. Add niiLs u'nrt .sail, tind enough creum so that mixture will f plead ri'udily and not us too still. Serve warm, with n beverage, l!:lli:ill:l Slll-rllc'l 2 cups mushed bammas <4-r> rip.- banimnsl li tablespoons li-nion juice 'a cup siii'iir 1-4 cup white syrup 1-8 tension suit" 1 .eng white -' nips milk. Mush bananas and mix thoroughly with lemon Juice. Add su- Biir. syrup and salt. IJeut vm while until Mill enough (<> form pi'aks. rotd Into biinana mixture. A(!:l tills mlsuirx- slowly Io the milk, stirring constantly. Freeze in Iruy of automatic refrigerator, stirrin'i when [reciilnjj begins and ji^uln Just before nilxtiire becomes firm, B to 12 SL-rvlngs. , Cn-aiiird IViuuits ami I!Ice 1 cup rice - cups chopped peanuts 3 teaspoons salt 3 lablr.spoons flour '; tablespoon paprika 3 tnble.spoons snlad oil 3 cups milk. Wnsli Hie rice thoroughly. Doll. Drain. Make a while sauce of llu> salt, (lour, paprika, oil and milk. Combine all Ingredients. Bnke In a buttered baking dish in moderate oven (350 degrees P.) about ai) minutes, or serve the sauce In n uiwl with a dish of hot rice. Hiked I.lnui Means and {Irupefiuil 1 pint cooked lima beans .1 cups grapefruit segments 1 cup sugar 1--I pound butte/ C slices bacon. Arrange grapefruit segments on ths bottom of greased casserole. Cover with sugar. Pour seasoned limn beans over the grape-fruit- Jot with 1-4 of'the butler. Place In a moderately hot oven (315 decrees P.I and bake about 30' mlmnes, basting with the rest of the butter, melted, every five minutes, Droll Mrs..j?;j. Borgc'sCliopSiiey' Recipe Is This Week's Winner Io Your Uncle at Washington •Js the Author of This Recipe } HY MRS. GAYNOIi SI.^DDOX NEA Service Staff Writer Uncle Sam seems to favor drop cookiesi The Department f>l Agriculture gives tills recipe- in Its leaflet No. 113. Uncle Saip Is Just a sweetie at heart, yon see. Honey Drop Cookies One-quarter cup butter, 1, egg, beaten, 3-4 cup honey. 2 tablespoons milk; 2 cups sifted Hour, 1 teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1 cup chopped nuts, cup chopped dates, figs or , spoon minced onion, 1 1-2 'table- ] other dried fruits, 1-2 cup chop- spoons.flour, 2 cups milk,. 1-2 cup grated cheese, 2 cups spinach, cooked and finely chopped, 1 1-2 cups tender celery leaves,' cooked and finely chopped, 4 eg°s seasoning. : . ' ... Melt butter in saucepan, add onions and cook until heated, but 'do not brown. Add flour, mix well, then gradually add milk. Add t 1 ea°spo?n PO n"inced ™ lt " i .' Remove fr °»> hc'at^add ind Dernier. But- ? P . ™ d .," ery a " d seosor > «« taste. , Add the four unbeaten egg •oiks, one at a time. Mix" well. Beat >gj whites until stiff. Fold in. Turn nto well buttered baking dash, set n pan of water and bake in mod- irate oven (350 degrees F.) until lone. Serve at once. the spring appetite needs Even a pound of round steak enjoys a little petting. It brightens up its flavor. Broiled ilouml Steak on Toast (4 to c servings) One pound round steak eroun-i. 1-4 cup cream, 1-8 teaspoon dry mustard, 1-8 scalliions. salt and pepper. . lercd toast—8 slices. Toast bread .strips on one side. Butter the untoasted side. Then •spread with meal mixed with onion, cream and seasoning. Dot with butler and broil under flame for about 5 minutes. Sprinkle lightly with lemon juice and serve at once. Alcat rinwriccls Biscuit dough, left over meat chop|Kd with onion, carrot and parsley. Spiced tomato gravy. Make your favorite biscuit dough nnd roll out fairly thick. Spread the meat mixture over the surface, leaving an inch margin of dough uncovered. Then roll IID dough nnd meat together, and slice on" pinwheels. Grease a shallow pan and lay in the pinwhecls. Baks in moderately hot oven until done, about 30 minutes. Spring breakfasts appreciate a sign of change. Try these. Baron Biscuits (4 to 6) Two cups flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder. 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons shortening. 1-2 cup diced rooked bacon, about 2-3 cup milk. Mix and sift flour, baking powder, salt. Work in shortening. Cold bacon drippings can be used successfully. Add diced bacon, brown nnd per' 1 * 1 c:lsp. Add milk mill] soft dough Is formed. Turn out on n floured.board, roll 1-2 inch thick and cut. Bake in hot oven H25 degrees F.) until browned. In Oregon, you must be a prop crty owner to be a voter. ped citron or pineapple. Cream butter. Mix the beaten egg, honey and milk. -Add., nuts and fruits to the sifted dry ingredients and add alternately with the liquid to the butter. Drop by spoonfuls on a greased baking sheet and bake in moderately hot oven '(375) degrees P. for about 10 minutes. The government expert estimates that in the United States alone there are about foiir and n half million colonies of bees that produce from 160,000,000, to' 215,- (iOO.OCO pounds of honey a year. It's all very impressive, but let's use Just one cup of it in this next Orange Nut Bread -Two tablespoons shortening, 1 a - aespoons sorenng l ionic, try this lunchcon-a chilled cup honey. 1 egg, 1 1-2 teaspoons FANCY At Reasonable Prices We handle the best money can buy. Try our home made Chicken Salad, cole slaw, pimento cheese, and Baked hams. Free Delivery Phone 184 NABERS & NABERS GROCERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY Lnuisiun;i Pints 2 for 25c CABBAGE Large, Green 2 Best Compound SALT RIBS Fine for " oilins LI). EGGS cS, Dozen 22c MIX SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. By (he Stick Lb. 12 c BEEF STEW K. C. liriskct VEAL Ib. 15c PORK CHOPS LI). PANCAKE FLOUR I'illstntry's Reg ISc I'kjr. IO 1 BUTTER Golden Rod. Pure Creamery LI).' SOAPr;7rS Bars 25c SOUP Monarch. Tomato I) Cans 25 1C FLOUR While Caslle. I'lain or S. R. 21-LI). 90 l BRAN FLAKES 0. K. 5 ( CRACKERS I!ox BREAD, Taystee i2c r 0 ;° lOc Tills weik's SI prize In (lie Courier News retlpc Mrs. 1). J, now for Hie Chop Sucy recipe «lvcn botow. Ni'XI wei-k [hi! coiii-ioi- Neu's will iiwnrd $1 for llic Ijesl MraL Ixiaf recipe submitted. by .n roatlcr, Send yoin.s In now. 1 C'llOl' STJKY II) 1 Sirs. II. J. 2!j Ibs. lean mcnt, sliced l-a Inch :i cups onion, tlli-ed a cups celery, dlc«l 2 tnl>lcK|xx>ns Snuce 3 Inblc'spoons coiustnrch inclslfi.ed In two tnble.spoons cold wnlcr ' '2 l/ililcspoons oil or fut 1 liiWc.spoon still. . '-j !U, Chinese wnlcr clicslnuts I niinrt or 1 Ib. benn sin-outs AU.I salt Io oil or rut, when hot, ndd meat cflt In 1-4 by 1 1-2 lilcli pieces. ,l.«l shHiner slowly until nt-nrly lender, ndd 1 lablc- sjioon Chinese siuiro. i'«.| ,, m | S n cc the water climlnul.s, mix with the onions nnd celery and ndd to meal, .stir well, and (lien plncc bcnn sprouu well wnshed over the lop. Cover kettle nnd let slcnm or cook slowly io or 15 mtnules. - If hot enough liquid use II little soup slock. Mix moistened cornstnrch wilii l tablespoon snucc. Stir Inlo tlio cliop suey mixture. Let cook 1 minute nnd servo hot with Chinese i-lce. . Chinese Hive ' 1 CU|> rlce , 1 I-* cup, cold v,0icr Wnsh rlee lliorouslily In cold wnler mimy times, until wnlcr is dew 0,-nin, p | llcc ln kcttlc wl(] , co|( , ^ . (g mch ^ ,- oiie-thlrd Inch above the level of (he vice. Place over hot file e conie ,,uleWy to boiling point, cover lightly, reduce Ihe heat' le cook slowly twenty or Unity mlnmes or until kernels are lender! Add snlt If desired. uiicon mill] crisp n , K | usc to gnr . nlsh the dish as soon as It conies oui Of the ovou. (Tlic liquid should be cvapivated down Io n grayy- - cans|stenr,.v,) railways. Coruimtlon Cable I,ild LONDON (UP)-A television cable, costing $5,000 n mile, h being Inld under the slicels. on the'Coi- oiif.tlon route. The purpose of the — — (cable i.s Io enable television engl- hns 8327 miles or j necrs to pick up electrical power . i at certain points. You'll save money everyday you operate 3. Hotpoint Electric Range. It is thrifty of both time and money; cool, clean and fast. 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