The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1948 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 13, 1948
Page 15
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THUMPAY, MAT 1?, MenuMakersAid | Working Women Office Weary Girls Gmt Lift in Kitchen rom Quick Dishes . H*U off to th« working woman I who cooks! Dashing home each lni«ht to prepare dinner f or » ) U m- I try hiuband; and sometimes other I family members, Is no small re- liponriMlity. When time Is short I »nd the cook Is weary, menus must I consist ot dishes which are (1) easy I to prepare, and <2> require only a lihort cooking lime. Many working I women think ot quick-cooked meats I In terms of steals and chops. Ae- I tually there's a sizable list of other I meats suitable for this purpose and •nany of them are on the (Inifiier lide. Economy Meats lor Quick Dinners I Ground beef, canned meals. I frinUurters, pork uusage links and I fatUct, yon* btff liver. Pot roast, J beef stews, Swiss steaks nnd other I l«ss expensive dishes may be cook- I ed qu'.ckly in that wonderful time I *aver. Ihe pressure cooker. Then I there's the night - before coolt- I ery trick of letting a stew or meat I sauce for .spaghetti simmer while I you uusy yourself with olher honse- I h<D !fL mat 'ers. 'Die flavor of these I co 'i^Bl-fn-advance meat dishes :s I anOK improved. (Be sure to store I these in .the refrigerator until used.! I Here are suggestions for dishes I made with tile meats listed above. Complete menus are Included which are well balanced as well as quick| ly prepared. Ground Beef Dishes 1. Broiled Hamburger" Patties. I Brush patties with barbecue sauce I or catsup before broiling. Serve I with mashed potatoes, green beans. I salad of lettuce and cottage cheese 1 with chiv&s, fresh or canned fruit and cookies. I J. Ground Beef Pricasse in Ma-sn- «i Potatd Nest. Brown meal with chopped onions in fat. Add salt, Pepper, garlic salt, sliced celery, and a little water. Cover and cook ov;r low heat, about 20 minutes. Serve I with peas, fruit salad and bake-y I take. 3. Individual Meat Loaves. (These bake in 40 minutes.) Serve with buttered noodles, spinach, lettuce and tomato salad, canned date an-1 I nut pudding with whipped cream. I 4. Meat Balls. Brown well and I eook on top of stove in tomato or I mushroom soup, about 20 minutes. I Serve with boiled rice, carrots, cab- 1 bage slaw, and bakery pie. Canned Meats . .»_- ked Corn Beer Hash with Bggs. Or slice and fry with onion slices. Or cut In thick" slices and broU or bake. Serve with cooked cabbage, stuffed pear salad, cake 3. Cl earned Drief Beef (Add gar- I lie salt ot curry powder.) Serve on I Odnned crisp noodles, with beets, | peach and cottage cheese salad, packages pudding. 3. Pork Luncheon Meat. Score, stick with cloves, and bake in the I piece with coating of brown sugar, I mustard, and vinegar, serve wilh 1 canned sweet potatoes, peas, lettuce salad, fruit and cookies. Or I « ice and broil with *li c «d pineap- | pie or peach halves. Canned Beef stew. Serve as Is, I .x." 1311 " into • nie »t pie topped | wjth bwcuiU or mashed potatoes. I ] (ARK.y COURIER Simple Dish Rings the Bell L. Roast beef and vegetables in colorful and succulent unity Keep it simple but m»de It won-* ii^jjimj derful. That's the rule when you plan a special dinner for mother )o «' 2« to 30 minutes a pound for on any day. •— -•- -- • - Their recipe makes preparation and serving easy and attractive Roasl Bref With VeteUMes Take A Break For A Snack During Busy Day If there are any veterans tumour family, Ihey'll know what thai means nnd agree thai It's a pretty good Idea applied to civilian lite. "Take ton" simply menus "take ten minutes" for a little rest In the drop peppermint extract. 1 drop red coloring, i cup cream, whinped, Prepare chocoliile puddlnn us directed on pnckiiee. Cool. Add peppermint and coloring to whlppi-d crea into make cream a dellcutii pink. Serve pudding In parfnlt Glnssrx lit nltvnmllntr layers with whipped cream, having whipped cream on top. midst of Hie day's >ctlvjtles. Try It ul liumeclennliig time »nd sec It It doesn't (he fatigue „ bit. When Dud get., B ,-ound to s|>:idlii« Dint garden, he'll b« nilBhly glnd lo "luke ten" loo. It's a good si-liMiie for the children M well, for ill this (line of your they lend lo |i!ay,«o lined outdoors that they often over tire themselves Cnll them In for n t,,i 0 [ rest Bllrt R slwck and Join llieni In relaxing. The snii<-kv Alt. that calls for NOiuclhUiR Hint doesn't require n ] u l of extra work to prepare, qniluim crackers. Jelly nnd milk nrn n com- blnallon (lint III! this bill perfectly You am get them al quickly and easily ,111 your llext |,.| p to , he , n _ eery store so they'll be on hand for lundilng. Cirahum mu-keis spread with pennul bultcr nnd lopped with cur. runt Jelly me nmrveloiis. fsiwcUHy with a cold glass of milk or a com- . (Serves 8-8) Two tablespoons flour. 2 teaspoons salt, few grains pepper. 3 j " n V,. r ;« pounds rolled beef roast, s bunches V.,rt , ri , , carrots (12 to 16 carrots), cooked, 1 , on \M n ^Z, ^H, I ""\ mlat , « in & r^fafrmc- ~/^i.~-i * . ~ n .. : coniDination — delicate pink and -. ... rare-done staec. 32 to 35 minutes a pound for medium and about 40 minutes a pound for a well-done ro.-wt. Arrange cooked carrots, cooked potatoes and cooked onions around meat and return to oven G " nteh wllh «""- 6 to 8 potatoes, cooked, 6 to 8 small onions, cooked, watercress. . Mix together /lour, salt and pepper and rub over meat; place meat. fat side up, in a well greased two- quart heat resistant glass utility disli. Roast In slow over (300 degrees P.) about 114 to 2 hours, It using a roast meat thermometer, meat will-be rare at 140 degrees P.; medium done at 160 degrees P; and well done at 113 degrees P. Or al- brown. Mother will be excited. 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