The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
Page 10
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PAGE TEN ULYTT1EVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL is, 1937 Cocoanut Cakes Tell Bridal Tidings Cooks Draw Inspiration from London as Coiona- tion Nears •Whether, you n're "eoing to London to see' the Queen"— and the Kinj; and the Coronation, or whether you "see by 'the papers" this historic pageant and ceremony, you'll b : a taking n "cook's tour" to London if you would .be up with the times, "The pleasures of the table'' ore no small part of (he ceremonies, and to Englishmen the Coronation is"! a "benn feast,"— a Urns of fun, frolic and rejoicing, state luncheons n)Vfl dinners at Buckingham Pal- Rce— where tlie^ solid, gold dinner Eervicc— worth sixteen million dollars—will to used, means many a dainty dish. to. set before His Queen, and many a special clicf's muster- piece "fit- for a King 1 ' Already setting tlie style I" dollies, colors and jewelry, the coronation is certain .to 'set new fooS styles, and coronation parties will be the new note for smart hostesses. With over 2,000,000 visitors from Ml over the \vorld, London hotels, restaurants nnd private homes will be serving the traditional dishes of {daily countries. Scotch dishes In honor of their Scottish Queen; traditional dishes of the House of tyindsor, and special delicacies of French chefs will give an International • flavor to these fcusls inid parties. Whether you celebrate with buffet parties, with luncheons or din- 'Jiers^a coronation party you must have, and the dishes" felvcn bslo\v, 'have come from nnuiy lands to givs "all international flavor to YOUR feast when you, too, are "at home — abroad"! 01(1 English Uule Tic Plain pastry y. package pasteurized dates '"3-1 cup sugar •-'» teaspoon cinnamon / 1-8 teaspoon nutmeg . 1-8 teaspoon cloves - '. teaspoon salt r tablespoon line bread crumbs II.2 eggs .- 1 cup cvaporalcd milk 01 croiiit) •"'_ cup shredded cocoanut - , - • " Line a 9-uicli ]ne plate with .pastry whicli lias been rolled to a :thickness 'of .1-8 inch, sprinkle 'sliced "dates :ovcr. the surface of the jjastry. Mix the sugar, spices, salt. and biead crumbs Beat eggs, baal •in the sligai mixture grndually. 'then t,lie mltk or cream pour tbi; Bustard Into the paslrv-Uned plate. •Sprinkle cocoanut over the surface. 'Place in a hot o\en (425 degrees 50 for 10 minutes; mluce the tam- peratuie to very mqdcrptc heat t3'J:i •degices F) and continue (o bake lor 30 to 35 minutes or nn.tll ths [custard will not adhere to a sliver •knife Inserted In the center. \~ Baiuiia With Rnyai » t Ureibing 3 ripe tuiunas Lettuce. • '. Royal dressing 1-4 cup chopped mils Peer bananas and cut crosswise .into halves Place on crisp 'lettuce leaves or other greens, allowing Vi banana to each saving Top with Jgoyal dressing and chopped -nuts. Tlie Complete Food Slui'ti 3M \V. Main St., Hlylhcvi'Ue, Arlt. Tlie HKST For LKSS Specials For Friday and Saturday Why I'ay More? Iceberg Head 4'c Evaporated 2 Lb Limit Picnic pound 181c Wisconsin Full Cream 2 Lb Limit Pound 1 BACON pound 22& • ''-r! P%feM^ *.,. Wedding bells will soon be ringing—(he news has Just been announced at this gardenia table. Flatly coconut cukes and that everlasting favorite with the young .in. heart — vanilla Ice creiim with hot :hocoliilc sauce— tti'e walling their turn to. congratulate the. bride and groom-lo-bc and all their in" • vltcd friends. ... Their While Daintiness Gives J list the Appropriate Toueh til frosting will stand" in peaks. Remove from boiling water;- artrt vu- nilla anrt beat until thick-enough io .spread. Spread on cakes, sprinkling with cucoanut while frosthig is still soft. Makes enough frosting to cover about 2 dozen cup cak^s. Crushed Small Can Snow Ball Head li.v MRS (iAYNOR 'HADDOX cups sugiu-, Young love likes 'a party— csps- :ially an announcement parly. How does this sound tor an afternoon lea whore the gtad tidings nvs 1-2- leHECd for public amazement: Sllc.- id 'chicken sdiirlwichcs cut in diamonds, -.water' cress and iijiiyonnalSo. saiidmclics cut in hearts. French vanilla Ice cream with hot chocolate, i accompanied by Huffy, , tiuite-exile;l-over-il-all cocoanut cup cakes? Hot Chocolate Sunce . (2 1-2 cups) • Two squares chocolate, I cup confectioner's sugar. 2 cups wa- ;er, 1 teaspoon vanilla nnd a drops yimond extract. - • Jn saucepan, boll first five Ingredients. together until Uc'.ckcn- stirring occasionally after boil- tablcs))uJns water, I 1-2 teaspoons light corn syrup, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 3-4 cups moist, sweetened cocoanut. Combine egg whites, su^tr, water • »n;l corn synip In <iop of double boiler, beating with rotary bcuUer Until Place oui ntpidl> hniling \valci, beat constantly with rotary egg ' •beater, and cook' 1 mlnut.'S, or un- their, attainment. Duplicate l)i|ilomas Askcil BANDON. Ore. (UP)—Six gracl- uales of the Bnndon. high school have rcniicsted Siipt. Henry II Hartley to provide duiiltcatcs of their diplomas, lost In the [lisas-. Irons '13niK?on fire of' lafcf summiji\ Hartley made arrangements, .thus assuring the graduates 'of proof of S, Golden, Ripe Doz. 15 For Boiling -> Bunch . A L AC .Six servings To make dressing: Stir 1-3 cup cranberry jelly slowly into 1-2 cup cream cheese to 'make a smooth mixture. Cover and :kccp in a cool place until used. • ^ Scotch Woodcock ' V 2 tablespoons salad oil . 1 tableipgon flour 1 cup milk ; 5 hard cooked eggs ,ll tablespoon anchoty paste , ": teaspoon salt :6 slices Bread, To prepare a whits sauce, heat salad oil in a saucepan or top of double boil»r stir in the flour. pcrmne from direct heal and pour <hg starts. Remove frotn heat, iv;ld flinllui. Ssrvc hot over ice cream. Cocoanut Cup Cakes (2 dozen) One and two-thirds cups sifted •akc Hour, 1 3-1 teaspoons baking powder. 1-3 cup butter or other shortening, 1 cup sugar. 2 eggs, \yyl jcaten, 1-2 cun milk, 1 teaspoon 'cinbn or vanilla extract. Sift flour once, measure, add bak ng powder aticl sitt together three /lines. Craam butter thoroughly add sugar gradually, and crsam ti>- .ether until light and nulfy. Ad 3 eggs, then Hour, alternately .wilt link, a small amount at a limo in the milk Add eggs, chopped fine, anchovy paste and salt, stir slowly but steadily over direct heat un- V-! the boils. Have the breai toasted and nlac! it on a hot dish. Pour the'hot mixture over it ana Eervc Immediately. Queen's Cukes 2 egg yolks, boatciv "..]-4 cup orange juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice « :3-l cup sugar •1-4 tsaspooh grated orange rind. Beat well. Fold in, in order given*" 2 egg whites. Mlflly beaten 1 cup nour, wfted with 1-4 teaspoon soda Bake m shallow pin in mota- als oven (32-> degrees r) for 26 minutes. Cut in small rectangles or fancy shapes. Decorate with butter:, icing, tinted various colors. Continental Slew 1 cup rica " 8 fresh lamb kidneys &alt and pepper 1'tablespoon butter " Skin, and soak Kidncjs in ice water-for ten minute? Cut into lialf- incb pieces and put in a cup of water to stew. Cook slices of onion .with, them and then salt and ycp- Jier, letting them get psrfeclly tender, but not mush\ cook veil nashsd rtcs in two quarts of water; v"hen half done drain i; through a colander, put It In a saucepan and f#l H on the back of tlie stove Let it steam for half an hour or more. Add a little butter to the kid- nejs, and pom over the rice. 3 Tips for Coronation Parties servings. Sene Crown Roast of Lamb garnished with Fresh Floridi grapefruit segments Malta Coronet Sandwich Salad by Pacing a ring of pineapple around i caeh end of a peeled fullv ripe ba- pana. Add sUrcd pasteurized dates to /^croam elites for; oandv.ich spread '.fojr a "London Bridge'' Parly. oeatirg after caeh aL At Your (il'OL'tll'S illlll Say Folks! Try a loaf of 11UTTEU-K1ST • Trend. It's cnly 80 a ln;if or two' k'avt's for 15c. Nolioi thn riuh. nlitly flavor. It's scod f»i- toast, lni>! Try it' and ice what swell Uasl you've liccn Pufity Bakery iinoc-th. Add flavoring. Turn into ?reasc(i cup cake p:u;s filllns them {-3 full. Hake In moclprutc ov?n 375 degrees P.) ^0 minuter,, or until done. Cover with Cotoanut .Scv- n Minute Frosting. Cctcinut ScvEi! Jllnuti! Kroiliin Two c<;g whiles, unbeaten, 1 1-2 WlirS'ur ynii'rr. rullivrllit* u Vdv window III-M'S cr :i IIPvuions ferinii lie have ciro p tlii:i» ynu nee:!. stctts, N'iroro antl •Because there's] 'Your !.:iwn Looking Spic iind'S This Siinuiicf \Vilh One of Our LAWN Close cultinK, easy run- ninj .hall-lifaring mowers willi rubbtr lir^^. UON'T 1'OUGKT THOSE NBW •SCWKKNS — \VK HAVE SCUEKNS AND SCREEN DOORS - - 1'IUCES ARE RIGHT Hunch 2 C Dozen 21 Ground While Yon Wait 3-Lb. Hii(f 55c CELERY Jumbo Stiilk Lb. Nice ami Tender 101 C Lb: I L2 Branded IMctHuni I-'anoy K. 0. : ' Rre r Quality CHUCK ROAST . . .• 1 SK r»Ac THICK RIB "iSc lie SHOULDER'CLOD 22c Hi, ROUND STEAK . 2Sc 2Dc T-BONE STEAK .... 35c 2l) c LOIN STEAK-. 2Sc V0c HAMBURGER BOLOGNA STEW MEAT Hcd 1'iUed No. 2 Can 12c Pure Lard 15e French's I'ku. 1C Graham Lb. I3ox 'i'all Can I'hone 32 I'tire 4-Lb. 1'ail 61c COMPOUND LARD Lb. SPARE RIBS Lb. COUNTRY HAM, Half or Whole. J,b. .. ]<)c SHOULDER. Lb tfy tC • SIDE. Lb 15c i'OKK SAUSAGE. Lb jsc Joan of Arc TK Can I Libby's Can . A, 1 ! Flavors 3 for IDc 'Lb. 15ox MissCo No. 2 Can. OUR TREAT — SATURDAY! ;) for >C All-iljy Ucmonsiralion of llic new drink — Uc-CoUl ChocoUlc made whli Carnation Milk, tonic and ( t j. ii. IRRADIATED CARNATION M'l L K " r R 0 ,\l CONTENTED COWS" 23' NECK BONES L!). BACK BONES Lb. Catsup Ruby Large ijo.tflc BLACK PEPPER U). liox DOG FOOD Smarly Can Prepared Quart Sailed 2-Lb. »ox Ifi-Ox. UolUc JUICE c "'" w c'L

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