The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 15, 1937
Page 11
Start Free Trial

TilUKSDAY, APRIL IS, 193V BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)" COUKIEIl NEWS When Spring Fever Strikes Try Corned Beef Hash With Egg Garnish April days demand veal coine- out-ol-the-kitchen menus. Spring air and sunshine, and the first siKiis of growing things make an extra hour of golf or gardening something to be desired. In anticipation of this touch of spring fever, we suggest a dinner menu which can truly be said to be "madc-in-a-ininutc. A couple of cans of corned beef hash baked and served In the same dish with a .simple, but ef- Icctivc, garnish of hard cookcc eggs and pickle relish, a quickly combined fruit ssilad;. a hot vegetable—these term the main coursi and can be prepared in 20 minutes. for dessert we choose one o those baked apple cakes that mix as easily as muffins and bake ii the length of time necessary ti bake the hash. And Is it good! The best part of all is the lov cost of tins delicious dinner. Si> cents per meat serving is rca news to the keeper of the BCKK budget. Two one-pound cans o corned beef hash will ^ervc si generous portions. The vegetables salad and dessert are also chose to fit that- budget level. Lots of things taste good vit hash; eggs, pickles, mushroom onions, beets, etc;, but this \ei. simple egg garnish is particular! acceptable. Use a fine wire sic\ or strainer to flulf the-hard cook cd yolk. The white of egg is be. chopped. If you have no pick relish, chop some sweet pickles < olive:; very fine. BAKKIJ COHNIil) 1SEEF HASH Kgg and Tickle Garnish 2 cans corned beef hash 1 tablespoon butter 2 eggs 1-2 cup green pickle relish Open the corned beef h:isli and spread contents into shallow glass or oven-ware baking dish. Dot top ,' with butler and bake 25 minutes in a 350 degrees P. oven. Cook eggs hard, peel «ml separate white and yolks. Chop whites tine and put yolks through sieve. Garnish baked hash with band of chopped egg white, green pickle, then egg yolk as illustrated. Serves six. CARAMEL Ai'l'LK QUICK OAKE 1-3 cup butter or oleomargarim 1-1 cup sugar ' . l egg / 1-2 cup evaporated milk nii.ved with 1-2 cup water 2 1-2 cups sifted all-purpose flour ")';'. '"•• -, '•: '.-: ' 2 Iciispooits baking powder ; Top 2 large sour apples : 2-3 cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons melted buttei Melt fat, add sugar and unbeaten egg and beat thoroughly. Add milk. Sitt dour, measure and resift \with baking powder. Stir in flour and pour into a deep 0 inch smiare cake pan well oiled. feApii. ELEVEN.'./1 Light 1 'Furnishings 1 ' : Are Easy To Keep Clean The liininff room above shows a scheme of contrasts and strong individuality set by NIB niexi mural which Jiangs'over? the buffet. Us warm, : earthy colors—rust, green, yellow anil blue—arc cchoet in Hie • folds of linen; draperies which Iiaiif straight ami full from a. while lacquered rod at window, Tue-'furniliirc. is.dark polished walnut combined wilh while leather. (From • Blooinliigclale's, New York) By NBA- Service NEW YORK—Walls of-wood, white or'natural furniture, not to mention the use of a bevy: of warm, earthy, colors—these :arc just a few new Spring " decoration of the trends. What it all boils down to is this. Decorators have at last come to the conclusion that it is possible to combine beauty and - comfort in home furnishings. So they have (lone just that, and the result is a combination that places the' ionic in the spotlight, more (than ever before. , ~ . .'• If (he im practicality^, of flight walls and furniture' J -is ^bothering you, there is no need 'to' fear. Just jlain soap and water.bV"mild; cleaning, fluids \viir do ftie-trick., It is easy to keep .clean, find' it. is bright and gay. Spring house .'cleaning is a fine time to do something about those dark and dingy corners. The perfect place-for,wood •walls is a library or, a den.^ .One hand- tome library has furniture.'-all in walnut and blue leather' set'- againsl walls of pale tawny oak This room also sponsors anoth'er new decora- tion'note a color scheme:in browns and bhies. Scattered .around are p.sli; Irnys of -heavy- bubble' glass ii roy'al blue. . •' • ' . Laaips on walnut end fables at each side of the sofa are made .of blocks of royal blue. glass-set on valnut bases. The. rug is ; a fine hick long-stranded chenille one In brown underlaid with stripes of late blue. One dining roofn even goes so far 5 to combine till of the unique (rainstorms except the wood walls. Contrasts and strong individuality prings from.a Mexican mural. Its vibrant" colors—rust, green, yellow >nd blue—are echoed in the folds of liiicn draperies which hang straight and full from white lacquered windows. Walls painted a vivid yellow form an excellent back- iron nd for these colors, and for .lie stunning-furniture of dark polished, walnut combined wUh while leather. Bedrooms are a. joy to every woman •Tftio 1 . loves pretty furbelows. Lots of fluffy : white and pastels Jin swishy taffeta, and furniture of a pinkish bird's-eye maple, give a note of delicacy that is most desirable. . And here is some thing.: .Those new Dn -Barry pink stained mirrors arc very flattering, o.nd should be used over the vanity table. In fact it's a gcod idea to use 'i'-tlicm WIGGLY PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BEEF ROAST Thick Uib 1'ouutl Brisket Pound Jack Salmon Ib 10c Catfish Steaks Ib 29c Baby Red Snapper... Ib 19c Fiiiet of Haddock ib 25c Fresh NECK 'HONES,.,, . I'lG fr'EET ' Lb. Pork Chops liroughout the wliple house. Bu K sure that a bhic daylight bin" s used over them in order to gai: the desired clfcct. Blushing Rice Pudding 1-2 cup, rice , 1 cups milk 1-2. teaspoon vanilia 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-2 cup sugar : 2 egg yolks ; . i I cup whipping cream Red jellv '. Wash "rice thoroughly. Cook slowly in milk. Add sugar, and beaten yolks. Beat occasionally as rice cools. When . cold, fold in whipped cream. , Add salt and vanilla. Pour a layer of jelly Into mold. Pour on flee, and chill on ice or in mechanical refrigerator. Unmold. Serve raspberry sauce. Veal Roast or Chops ib. 15c a* »> lOc liesl Compound •1 Lbs. currant 01 It is said that August is the worst month of .the year for-road accidents. of cake, allowing them to .overlap. Po.ur melted: butler,.over.iap- plcs and sprinkle with brown s.ugar. Bake at 400 degrees..P.'for 20-25 minutes. Cut and serve 'hot Slice apples and pvess into top i with whipped cream.; - "'-.---- I. ".- • • A'' Butter Cake-Feathery; Ijight The thrifty hometnaker always lias a few never-tail recipes tucked up liar sleeve which she can make in a jifty. A never-fail huttnr cake with delicious butler cream frosting, is ono ctescrt that she can always depend upon. Good quality ingredients, butter for shortening for iU added delicate flavor, fresh milk and eses. fine .sugar, pastry flour, a iricd and provch recipe, accurate baking temperature: these are a ic;\v of her cake secrets which are responsible for the tender and light, velvety butter cake. It is a satisfying sweet to serve for. dinner ,iunch, supper or tea refreshments. Baked in layers \vith creamy butter filling, it is a popular favorite for birthdays and holidays. Standard equipment and level measurements are important. The standard method for mixing butter cake is used. The butter is left at room temperature before creaming, i The sugar is added gradually, then i tlie sitlcd and measured flour, tok- j in? powder and .salt, which Oiavc! l.'ceij silted together, alternately' with the liquid, beginning and ending with the flour mixture. Finally, the stiffly beaten whites are foMsd into the mixture and the ingredients arc thoroughly combined. Eggs should not be over beaten until dry. They should be light arid fluffy and peak when beater is removed. A continuous mixing process after the first portion of the flour is added is a good practice. Beating the cake batter 10 sononds after each addition of flour ani 15 to 30 seconds beating; time when the last flour is added, .is : recommended in 'making - butter cakes. Cut and fold in tiuickly the' stiffly beaten egg whites, until the batter is smooth and no egg white flakes show. Add flavoring- and .stir a lew times to distribute evenly. • Turn into a well-buttered pan: Set your oven temperature at 350 degrees F., for the first ten minutes to allow-the layers to-double in height,'then 375 degrees P.-for 15 to 20 minutes longer. ' . White Cake 3-4 cups butter 1 3-4 cups sugar 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon lemon extract 1 teaspoon vanilla-extract 3 cups pastry flour 'i teaspoon salt 4 teaspoons baking powder 5 egg whites. The recipe calls (or a tartarc or phosphate baking powder, in using a baking powder with phosphate- sulphate base, use s teaspoons instead or four. •• Many prefer an uncooked chocolate icing .or to add Divinity, a mixture of ground nuts, raisins am sugar to the top of the butter cream Icing. Butler Cream Ichif 4 tablespoons butler 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4 tablespoons cream' 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cream soft butter; add sifted sugar alternately wltli cream, beat Ing until light and fluffy. Adi vanilla. • .WHILE , THEY LAST STRAIGHT SIDE KETTLE , :•' Smooth " .£'• Sanitary vitreous ena.Tiol' i*\Pn--seamless -steel•,Ivory- .with .red bead 'TWO TO-A CUSTOMER ecu & GARDEN t®OLS GA RDEN TOOLS A necessary list of fools for hpme gardening. All have wooden handle tips. Baked-on green enamel finish. ^ They're fun:to-use. True Value SPADING FORK 1.19 Fotir Light Angular Tines • 11 '/2 in. long. Width of point 7/2 in. Strongly built-with strop ferrule and steel fop D handle. Will'stand the.gaff. True Val'£ P R U H-l N G SHEARS 49c 9 inch California pattern, malleable handles. Tool steel blade ^nd spring catch. Made to withstand hardest usage. Cut cleanly and easily. Carbon Steel MANURE FORK .Steel fines, polished, tem- .pered. 4 foot ash handle. I sanded, waxed, polished. j Will give long hard serv- j ice. Fresh Ground Beef Ib 15c Pure Pork Sausage Ib Bacon Fancy Sliced llimlLoss, l,b. 35o' Regular, Lb. K. Hens-Fryers ITEMS Or RIB pound 25c GSIEEN ONIONS 2 jjFL'OWEIl Fresh -ICC Head GENGER ALE 2 J £ 25 FYTDftPT CA I HHV l.- Wcseo. 8oz. w Choc, lion lions . . • . Lb. , FLAKKS C. C. la-Ox. Pkir. CELERY 10 C ASPARAGUS ' BROOMS Tn "Zeh 33° VINEGAR 10 U OLIVES CAMAY $OAP 2I!l rs I POTATOES Nc S; 1 5 ORANGES MUSTARD Quail 10 MATCHES o.lioxcs Quart .c-22 "U'lTKR C. C. ;!8-0/. .Jar C. C., Lb. ,. 2^c French, Lb. : . . 25c Jewel, Lb.. ., 21 c Jewel,-3 Lb. .. GOe SHOUSE-BEfiRY HARDWHRE CO. "The Progressive Store" J. W. Shouse J. Wilson Henry v 1'hone 35 Sandwich 2 for 150 Winesap Dozen Juicy 432s Coldcn Mel-0-Riiie FniH . Cobblers 10 Pounds SBSHTi Little King 21-Lb. ftSJC Sack 34 IS-Lb. Sack . 5179 Embassy Qt Jar 2Sc 2-LI). Hox' Lge. 2'/ 2 Can 2 for CLEANSER Light House 9 . " - 3 Cans All Flavors -I for MissCo 1 EC 2 No. 2 Cans Iv- C. C. I'ancake 2 for A. & H. 6 for : Don Can Arjto 21/2 Can Moore's CAKE Milk Chocolate E:ich Fresh 1'kg. PASTE 3 for' GLOBES 15 to GO J MALLOWS ' Cello Hag Spaghetti I AC 3 for •» Large 2'/ 2 Can Kach Standard No. 2 Can 3 for Welch's Quart 37c Pint C. C. Sifted . Is'o. 2 Can 2 for Springfield' ,, found Country Club Lgc.' 2'/> Can Iceberg Large 60s Each New Grecu Tound Guaranteed .... Fresh.. Dozen Giant Mar .3 for

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free