The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1958 ELAND EGGNOG lends its delicate flavor to Fruit Tarts, i dessert with 3 fesl'"'f appeiu-ance. Put Eggnog Peach. Tarts on Yule Menu By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markers Editor The Christmas holiday season lies ahead of us. Et»snog is a traditional part of that season. But in- these eggnog peach tarts we have a modern variation on that favorite them. Flavor them with vanilla and almond extracts or an equal amount of rum or sherry flavor- 'ing-. Tart shells or a 9-inch baked pie crust hold the filling. If pack- uged pastry crust is used, all in*' gredienis for this, modern holiday dessert will be pantry shelf and refrigerator handy. Eggnog Peach TarU (Yield: 8-10 tarls> One envelope unflavored gelatin, ^ cup sugar, % teaspoon salt, 2 cups commercially prepared eggnog, 1 cup whipping 1 cream, whipped, 1*2 teaspoons vanilla, % teaspoon almond extract, 1 can (29 ounces) cling peach slices, thoroughly drained, 8 to 10 baked tart shells. Mix gelatin, sugar and salt. Gradually stir in eggnog. Warm over direct low heat until gelatin is dissolved. Chill until mixture mounds when dropped from a a; oon. Fold in whipped cream, flavorings, l'£ cups drained peaches, diced. Chill again until mixture mounds. Spoon Into baked tart shells. Garnish each tart with remaining peach slices and finely cut maraschino cherries. Chill 2 to 4 hours. Here is another seasonal dessert wiih pantry-avaih ble products: Cranberry Chiffon Dessert (Yield: 6-8 servings) One envelope unflavored gelatin, 'A cup sugar, divided, '2 cup orange juice, 2 eggs, separated. IB teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon grated orange rind. 1 can tl pound) whole cranberry sauce, 1 cup heavy cream, divided. Mix together gelatin and 2 tablespoons of the sugar in top of double boiler. Beat together orange juice, egg yolks, salt and orange rind; stir into gelatin mixture. Place over boiling water and cook, stirring constantly, until gelatin dissolves and mixture thickens slightly, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat; blend in cranberry sauce. Chill until mixture mounds slightly when dropped from a spoon. Beat egg whites until stiff, but not dry. Gradually add remaining 2 tablespoons sugar and beat until very stiff. Fold into gelatin mixture. , "hip y 2 cup of the heavy cream; fold in. Spoon into dessert dishes; chill until firm. When ready to serve, whip remaining ^ cup cream. Spoon on top of each serving. . FLASH CAMERAS . MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. 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Peanut Butter Shady Lane Creamery - Lb Canterbury Instant Coffee Dutch Mill Tea Timers The whole town's buzzin' with the many good things folks are saying alx>ut Safeway's "help-vourselP meat service. There are so many advantages to this new way of shopping it's so wonder people are excited. From cuts of every size and description you make your selection as quickly or as leisurely as you wish. Each easy-to?inspect package is identified wit ha lahel that names th« cut, gives weight, price per pound and total price. You'll b» good eating ahead when you shop Safeway where fine meats wait for you instead of your waiting for them. A c"!± n 2 Wafer Type Crackers 4 oz. -Jar -Lb. Ctn. -Lb. Box Sno-WhiteSalts;; 26 Box 5'off on Lunch Box Spread Q*. Jar Regular Price 63c HA M S ARMOUR STAR or SWIFT PREMIUM LEAN TENDER 5 to 6 POUND PORTIONS . . . GUARANTEED TO PLEASE BUTT ^Oc SHANK PORTION - - - -LB.*Wli t PORTION - - - -LB.j HOLLY HAMS rT™ T 49<t Chuck Roast U.S. Choice Heavy Beef Trimmed of Excess Bone and Fat before weighing ib. 45 ( Sirloin Steak Slab Bacon Slab Bacon Sliced Bacon Sliced Bacon 1 U.S. Choice Heavy Beef W>. Armour Star 6 Inch End Cuts Lb. Armour Star 6 Inch Center Cuts !•». Armour Banner In Tra-Pack Lb. Wilson Thick 2-Lb. Sliced Bacon Pkj. 890 Pork Chops 350 Pork Chops 390 Pork Roast 390 Hen Turkeys i 1 950 Loin Steaks Center Rib Cuij Top Grade Pork Lh. Center Loin Cuts Top pork Grades Lb. Loin End Cuts Lean & Tender Lb. 10 to 14 Lb. U.S. nspected- Graded Lb. Or Round t'.S. Choice Heavy Aged Beef Lb. 530 590 390 570 890 PEACHES 39 DEL MONTE SPICED PEACHES PACKED IN GLASS C Lalani Brand 46 oz. Tin Pineapple Juice Family Flour ST 10 ft 86tf Family Flour St'" 25 ft 1.95 Shortening !±i s ±d 3 TLb 69^ 10-Lb. Bag Crisco at a Savings 3 -Lb. Tin -Lb. Tin For Salads Qt. or Cooking Bot. 52< Look How You Save Qt. Bot. 2!/2 Lb. Pkg. DOMINO OR GODCHAUX PURE CANE SUGAR in PEAS DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN GRE EN PEAS 303 Tin Mayday Oil Wesson Oil Pancake Mix Sr;" Sleepy Hollow psay r Pke 12 B°ot. Grape Jelly Margarine Pumpkin Spice Ground Sagely *£ \lt Tea Garden 12oi. Pure Fruit Jar Sunnybank Pound /n/f Premium Ctn. L\i\ 1V4 ox- Tin TOMATO CATSUP Taste Tells From Vine Ripened Tomatoes 2 r 35 C TOILET TISSUE Soft Were Soft as Old Linen.' Save. Roil. CARNATION MILK or Pet Condensed < Milk. Look how you save at Safeway 2 Tall Can,

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