The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER XEW8 THUUSDAT, NOVEMBER 17,19S8 FreshSquashPie Right In Thanksgiving Dish By GATTNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor Fresh squash pie for Thanksgiving—served wilh hunks of rich American Cheddar cheese! Good idea? Well, Mrs. Ike Griffin from the Rocky Ford section of Colorado. a rich farming area, gave us her recipe. She's a noted cook and, being the wife of an onion grower and shipper, has fine recipes for onions, too. Fresh Squash 1'le (Yield: 6 servings) One cup sugar, 1 tablespoon ilour. 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon ground ginger, 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, Vi teaspoon ground nutmeg, j teaspoon ground cloves. 2 cupsi mashed cooked fresli yellow squash. 3 eggs, 1 cup light cream or un-l diluted evaported milk, 9-iiu:h unbaked pie crust. Combine the first 7 ingredients. Stir in mashed squash. Beat in ^_ Gradually add c-ieam or I evaporated milk. Pour into a 0- i inch pie pMe lined wilh unbaked pastry. Bake in a preheated hot ovcn'nOO tiesirees F -' 50 minutes or until a knife inserted in the ct-jittT come* out <'le:in. Onions Fiesta (yield: 6 servings) One and one-half pounds ?mall white onions. 1-inch boiling water in saucepan, 1 beet' bouillon cube. ', l,.;iS[Hion salt. ! u teaspoon eriiimd wlme pepper, 3 tablespoons butter or maru'arine, 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley. Peel OMKHIS and place in a saucepan alonL' with boiling \vater and bee! bouillon cube. Brins to boiling point. Boil 5 mimue.s withoitt coves. Then, cover and boil until tender, 12 to 15 minutes, Re- moVe from heat and drain. Add remaining ingredients and toss lightly. Plan-Ahead Christmas Pudding By CECILV BROW.N'STONE , Associated Press Food Editor NEAT TRICK: make that Christmas pudding ahead of time! Steam it in two containers. Let the family and guests enjoy one pudding at a pre-holiday celebration: then at Santa-Claus time, heat the remaining pudding by re-steaming it for about an hour in its original mold. The second pudding will keep well, tightly covered, in the refrigerator. Or follow our recipe note and steam one pudding at a time; mixing the puddiflg ingredients this way and having them on land will save you hustle and headache at Christmas time. This pudding Is perfect, to our •way of thinking. It has a delicious cakelike batter that Is not too rich — but rich enough! Its flavor is helped along by steeping raisins, citron and apple in orange juice. A subtle combination of spices and molasses add their piquancy, and Brazil nuts offer not only flavor but texture contrast. STEAMED CHRISTMAS PUDDING Ingredients: I cup orange juice, 3!4 cups seedle* raisins, 2/3 cup finely cut citron, 2 apples (peeled and chopped), 2 tablespoons grated orange rind, 4 eggs (slightly beaten), 1 cup old-fashioned molasses, 2 cups chopped Brazil nuts, 1 cup (4 ounces) ground beef auet. Hi cups fine dry bread crumbs, 1 cup sifted flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon baking soda, \ 2 cup sugar, I teaspoon salt, 1 tea- spoon cinnamon. ^ teaspoon ground allspice, ! 2 teaspoon ground cloves. Method: Pour orange juice over raisins, citron, apple and orange rind; let .stand 1 hour. Mix slightly beaten eggs and mola.sses; stir in nuts, suet and bread crumbs. Sift in remaining ingredients; mix well. Add fruit mixture; mix well. Turn into two greased 2-quart pudding molds with tight fitting covers. Or cover tops of molds with aluminum foil and tie snugly. Place on rack in deep kettell; pour in boiling water' to half the depth of the mold. Cov- eV; steam 5 hours; add more boiling water during steaming if necessary. Serve warm with pudding sauce pr softened vanilla ice cream. Makes 24 servings. NOTE: Make pudding, omitting baking powder and baking soda. Divide mixture in half. Cover half the mixture and store in refrigera- Mexican Meat Pie Has Corn Meal Crust Ci'ispy corn meal mush make* a novel and easy crust topping for (his zestfully seasoned maindish. <For a really hot Mexican dish— double the amount of chili powder.). Mexican Meat Pie is. mixed, baked and served from the same dish! The combination of rice tomato, kidney bemis and ground beef is simply delicious and really stretches the one pound of ground beef. 2 cups water 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup uncooked white rice 1 pound ground beef 1, NO. 303 can toniatoei 1 teaspoon salt >n tea-spoon black pepper U teaspoon chili powder Dash of garlic powder 2 tablespoons grated onion I cup cooked kidney beans Corn meal mush ( J7 cup corn meal' Put ihe water, 1 teaspoon salt and vice in 7V x 12"'x 2" well greased shallow baking dish or other baking dish or other baking dish which will held 9 cups of liquid. Arrange the ground beef over the rice. Pour the ( tomatoes over the meat, breaking up the tomatoes. Sprinkle the 1 teaspoon salt, pepper, chili powder, garlic powder and grated onion over the tomatoes. Top with the kidney beans. Spread the corn meal mush (made by directions on the corn meal container) over the beans. Place in a pre-heaied 350 P. oven for 5Q min- | j utes or until most of the liquid is' absorbed. Place under the broiler if a brown- Baked Pears With Orange Sauce Here'« a luscious fruit desert your family will Ilk*. IngredlenU: 4 large Bosc pears, IH cup light brown sugar, 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, 1JS cup orange Juice. 14 cup cooking sherry. Method: Peel pears but leave on t stems. Core pears from the blossom end so as to remove seeds and cen-1 ter stem structure. Mix brown sugar and grated orange rind; pack | a tablespoon of the mixture into I each blossom cavity, then stand up pears In 1 1 ; 2 • quart round deep casserole. Mix orange Juice and cooking sherry; pour over pears. Cover tightly; bake In moderate 1375 degrees) oven, basting a few times, until tender—about 40 minutes. Serve warm. Makes 4 servings. (,'oliirado's.Acreage Colorado has a total area ol BB,538,880 acres, of which 2,136,154 arc irrigated, 5.876.000 are. dry farmed, and about 50,000,000 are grazing lands. THE {NTIKE FAMILY LIKES er top is desired. Serve from the baking dish. This recipe makes 8 servings. KIM tGC NOODtEi Radiation now to UMd te t«»t the quality of asphalt to be u*ed on lilghwnyi. This to done by soaking road stones In « radioactive calcium solution, drying them, and tlion coating the stones with ns- phnll. The mixture then IB covered with water for a specified period ol time. Sub-quality asphalt separates from the stone. T T*" Cream makes the ' finest margarine ,„- AND ONLY CREAMO HAS IT Animal life In the sea e«lst« even to depths of four miles. Bead Courier News Classified A<1* Now She Shops „ "Cash and Carry Without P>in(ul Backache blend thoroughly. Steam according to directions. When ready to prepare second pudding, follow same procedure. Stab BACON By The Piece tor. Sprinkle powder and soda over 1 teaspoon backing >,2 teaspoon baking remaining mixture: Special BEER Price* FALSTAFF and GRIESEDIECK BROS. $«25 24 btls. W Phillip Applebaum Liquor Store 110 S. 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Con 69c Nightingale BLACK PEPPER 1 OS. Box lOc Golden Rich OLEO MEATS Per Ib. Wagner BACON----3k'1 N FRUITS & VEGETABLES Yellow ONIONS ib.5 ( CABBAGE - ib. 6 ( Fresh Yellow SQUASH--".tin 8 Fresh COCONUTS - - ea. Green PEPPERS ---3for10< CAKE MIXES Pillsbury or Betty Crocker CHOCOLATE WHITE or Box GOLDEN SHIBLEY'S BEST FLOUR »- $2.35 and FREE I I\LL 5 Lbl RICHARDSON'S CASH GROCERY MAIN at FIFTH "Whtn Low Prleti Art Born"

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