The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1955 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN (ARK.) COUWES newt MONDAT, NOVEMBER 21, MX» Mushroom Soup Is Good over Holidays Special Herb Rice By GAY.N'OII M. '»OX NEA Vcind and Markets Kdilnr Here are two fam have tried. Yes, th enthusiastic in a large appetite ;vny. Holiday Chicken Hulls with Mushroom Sauce tfi servings) One-quarter cup chopped onion, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, I can ll'i c; s) condensed cream of mushroom soup, 1 cup chopped cooked chicken. >i cup milk. L tablespoons diced pimsnto. 1 recipe biscuit douRh (or -> cups biscuit mix prepared as directed on package). Cook onion in butter until ten-| der- blend in V 4 cup soup andj chicken. Roll biscuit dough into i oblong piece about '-j-ineh thick; spread chicken mixture over dough. Roll dough as ior a jelly roll; cut into 6 slices. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees F.) about remaining soup with milk and pimento; heat. Serve sauce 'with chicken rolls. Meat Balls in Onion Sauce (C generous servings) One pound ground beef 1 egg, slightly beaten, \' 2 cup fine dry bread crumbs, V.j cup milk, 4 teaspoon salt. 1 can (1>' 4 cups); condensed onion soup, \k cup uncooked rice. Combine beef. egg. crumbs, milk and salt; shape into small meat balls (about 18). Brown meat balls well on all sides; if necessary, add a little shortening to keep from sticking. Add soup; heat to boiling; stir in rice. Coyer: cookl arkcls Kdilor | . . . , i . Mr»™j4aa Mexican Stuffed Tomatoes to M i i GettinR stale on menu-makm!,' Try this one! Ingredients: 14 pound bacon (diced i. 1 small clove uarlic- i minced), ", cup chopped onion. 6 larui- Urn 1 tomatoes. ' ™p enriched common!. 2 teaspoons sail. l' = cups water, 1 teaspoon chili powder. *:* teaspoon cumin seed. MelliiMl: Cook diced bacon in 1 skillet until crisp; remove bacon bits Pour off nil but 14 cup o the .drippings Add minced garlic and onion to bacon drippinRS and brown lightly. Cut off a thin slice from stem cud of tomatoes; remove core. Scoop out pulp and juice Add tomato pulp and juice, cooked bacon and remaining ingredients to garlic-onion mixture; continue cooking 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Fill tomato shells with the cornmeal mixture. Place in shallow baking pan. Bake in moderate i375 degrees) oven 10 to 15 minutes. Serve at once. Makes 6 servings. Read Courier News Classified Ads. No mater how you've fixed rice to serve with meat.'game or fowl before, it has never been as wonderful tasting as herb rice. This recepe calls for several herbs which you may or may not have used before, before but here's a chiiiye to get acquainted with the magic flavors herbs can tend to your cooking. This vegetable dish is one all your Iricnds will want to try: | 3 tablespoons butter or margarine • 1 cup chopped onion 1 cup uncooked white rice 1 2 teaspoon marjoram 1 2 teaspoon summer savory 1 teaspoon rosemary 1 2 teaspoon salt 3 chicken bouillon stibes L' cnps water Melt the butter or margarine m a ''-quart saucepan. Add the onion • and rice and cook until the union | turns yeliow and the rice begins to brown.' Add the mavjovam. summer; savory, rosemary, salt, chicken bouillon "cubes and water. Bring to a ] vigorous boil. Stir to dissolve the' bouillon cubes. | Turn the heat as lo» a possible, j Cover with a lid and leave over this, low heat 14 minutes. Remove the, saucepan from the heat but leave the lid on 10 minutes, or until ready to serve. This recipe makes 6 servings. Tropical Refrigerator Dessert A lemon dessert is right with just about any meal. Since this delicious dessert is easy to make and store in the refrigerator, you'll serve It often. The coconut "crust" makes the dessert special enough for company and is quick to fix. 3 cups milk \ cup. uncooked white rice '.., cup butter or margarine 1 cup moist shredded coconut 1'., cups vanilla wafer crumbs 34 ~cup beet or cane sugar i, cup lemon juice I 1 , teaspoons grated lemon rind Put the milk and.rice in a 2-quart saucepan. Place over a high heat. Stir well. When bubbles appear around the edges of the saucepan, stir well. Turn the heat as low as possible. Cover and leave over this low heat 40 minutes or until the milk cooks into the rice. While the rice cooks, melt Uie butter or margarine in a saucepan. Add the coconut and cook until golden brown, stirring frequently. Add the wafer crumbs and mix well. Press half of tliis mixture into the bottom of a well greased 10" x 6" x 2" pan. After the rice cooks. stir in Uie sugar, lemon juice and lemon rind. Pour mixture over the ANNIVERSARY STAMP- This new Italian stamp marxs Ihe 50th anniversary of the International Agricultural Institute. It depicts an Italian peasant «irl in the fields. Smoked Out DALLAS. Tex. '.-Ti — Dist. Ju William McGraw hung a no-smok- I:K sign on his brand new court- loom. "This is going to hurt me more •nan anyone else," he said. In his old courtroom ,he had the habit ot -moking clears continuously while on the bench. CMp Off OM Bfoc* OMAHA (If) — An eighth KM*. 1 tenclier summoned one of her puplk to her desk to teH him hit o««.y was good but his penraiunhip terrible. The nad d»v Uie bof brought a postcard sent "him by hta [other, who was away from home, and pointed out "I write M good as he docs." The teacher suggested he not follow too closely in hl« father's footsteps. Pueblo Indians of NeSv MOKICO had no domesticated mammal ex cept the clog, and tlie turkey WHS thoir only domesticated fowl. over tow heat about 30 minulcs or until rice is tender. Stir occn- sionally. Cantonese Shrimp for A Change Dish A fun-for-a-change dish! Ingredients: 2 tablespoons peanut oil '•. pound ground lean pork, '« cup very finely diced carrot; U tup very finely diced celery, 3 doles gnriic (crushed). 2 bouillon cubes, i'i cups boiling water, 1 pound shrimp (cooked and shelled and de- veined). 3 tablespoons cornstarch, cup cold water, 4 teaspoons American-type-sauce, ', to '= teaspoon sugar. 2 finely sliced scalllons with most, ol green tops included (if desired). Method: Heat oil in 10-inch skillet; add pork, carrot, celery and garlic' Mash meat with long-handled two-lined fork, over moderately high heat, until it loses its red color. Dissolve bouillon cubes in boiling water; add to skillet. Cover and simmer 10 minutes. Meanwhile cut shrimp in half lengthwise. Stir cornstarch, cold water, soy sauce and sugar together until smooth; add to skillet and stir constantly until sauce is clear and thickened. Add shrimp; reheat. Sprinkle with scnllions 'if usertl before servin- Makes 4 servings. 'DANCING SPUDS—Odd-shaped potatoes seem to dance, to the amazement of Antone M. Almeida, who grew them at Fairhavon, Mass. The spuds look a little like pudey pigs, ducks, sea lions and what have you. Healthy Cities PHOENIX, Ariz, ifi— Nobody ha to worry about first aid when the mayors of town in Arizona have a convention. The mayors of Peoria, Tempe and Mesa are all druggists. IT'S AMERICA'S NOME FRESHER! NONE RICHER! Extra creamy rich . . . pxtra smooth . . . extra ilolicious. That's Scnltesl Homoge- ni/.cd Vitamin D Milk . . . America's Most Popular Milk. Produced from local Mid-South dairy herds and processed iresh daily by Scaliest in Memphis under America's most rigid laboratory controls. Rushed to you daily l>y refrigerated trucks. Save Money! Buy Scaliest Milk in the bandy, thrifty half gallon carton. Seolteit Dairy Products are Distributed in Blytheville, Arkansas by GREEN BROS. DAIRY coconut-wafer crust. Top with the ro-! of the coconut-wafer mixture. Cool, then cover and chill in the refrigerator at least 3 hours before serving. To serve cut into squares. Tliis recipe makes 8 servings. Are All Cold Remedies Alike? No! For extunple, 666 is the wide- activity medicine, which combines 4 of the most effective, widely-prescribed ilrugH known, to relieve all cold miseries sooner. 606 is more pou-nt and gives positive, dramatic, rapid relief from miseries of all kinds of colds. That's why 666 is unsurpassed in effectiveness, Try it. A ; o other cold remedy can match rtto'6* liquid or 66(1 Cold Tablets. 666 CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked'up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested. ___^• Also 1 clay Dry Cleaning Service FULL-BLOWN-This is "Eugene," featured in the Tempo Playhouse production of "Amedee" in New York City. The play is about a couple and their son, Eugene, who at 15 years is 17 feet tall and too big for their house. An expanding puppet, Eugene grows during the play^s three acts. Pumping him up is actor Tom Holland of Oakland, OHf.. who created Eugene. On the ladder is pretty Irene Ryan of Grand Rapids, Mich., star of tfie DlaY. HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties are prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government inspected meat packing plant. A warm well-seasoned bun enhances the wholesome delreiousness of this pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut & Division Phone 3-S051 DRIVE-IN Phone PO 2-2361 Blyrhevill* Running water brings us health And other things worth more than wealth. Without it we would thirst and swell, Our homes might burn or would not sell. It irrigates sweet peas and roses Washes necks and ears and noses; At the movies cools the air For the lovesick, spooning pair. Running water puts out fires, Sprinkles the lawn and never tires; Bathes the babe, his pants and gown*! Makes insurance rates go down. Flushes toilets, fills the tub For dirty clothes, aye, there's the rub; \\els our whistles, keeps us clean Makes (he vegetables green. These things running water brings Alike to common men and kings; And so from birth clear to the end Running water is man's best friend. Blytheville Water Co. 'Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity' SIMON'S SUPER MARKET Phone 3-9660 104 Vv. Main it, «•••«• Fresh Whole PorkShoulderibBS* Reelfoor HAMS Sugar Cured Half or Whole ib. 49 C SPARE RIBS I PORKSTEAK Small, *3 f\C I Center •% f\C Lean - Ib. f I Cut - - Ib. 39' BEEF LIVER 29- Fresh Ib. - - SLABBACON Sliced Free - Ib. 39' BEEF ROAST Chuck - - -Ib. 39 C LAMB ROAST Choice Shoulder Ib. 29' ROUND STEAK 69 C u. s. Good - Ib. LAMB LEGS 49' U. S. Choice - Ib. Select for Thanksgiving — Simon's Turkeys-Ducks-Hens Crackers Nabisco Lb. Box 15 C • Libby'f No.2'/a4Qf II Ca« 17 SAUCE Ocean Spray >*o. 300 Can SHORTENING S-l,b. Can Royalty Flat ifl£ Crushed Can 69' 10< «lue Plate — Qt. Jar Sa!ad Dressing 39' RATON Swift ' s Sn °p per I Sliced Lb.360 OLEOPATTIES Md L.2 & 250 POWDERED SUGAR 1XorBro Z 100 TOMATO SOUP Camplel ! s ™100 CUT BEANS San!ad No cfn 3 t00 POPCORN 2 FREE - 5 Lbs. Sugar --FREE With 25 Lbt. Shibley's Best Flour L " $2.39 Golden Ripe - - Lb. Bananas Lettuce Apples Biscuits EGG-NOG • quart59 Iceberg Heads - - - Each Delicious Large Size - - Each Gladiola - - - - can 10 C 15' 5' c CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY Prices Good Through Saturday

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