The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 20, 1948
Page 12
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**•• TWILTB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Food Glazes Aid Looks and Taste Marmalade, Cranberry So«c« With Meat Llk« the frosMiig on * cnko (lam make many foods look lu- cioiu, »nd Usle extra good. Better Hom*» <t Gardens suggests these (lav* for v meals, roll and desfits SprMd omuge marmalade or oanneii cranberry .sanre over tlic top of ready-to-serve fanned luncheon meat. Bake In moderate oven "(350 degrees) 20 to 25 minutes until piping hot and Attractively glazed. Spoon on more glaze while meat's jii the oven. Spread glossy icing on freshly toted w«t rolls. Joa hit (lie high spots so the golden brown crust will show thru. Add enough mUk or oream to one cup confectioners' attg»r to make It right for spreading. Add a dash of salt nut! \? te.ii- xpoon vanilla. Bmsh top crust of two crust pips with cream; egg white, beaten only until foamy; egg yolk Iw.iteu witii cream; or melted biiller. For an *ven golden-brown Blaze, lei wlr .sit } a few minutes after glazing and ' before making. Pie comes mil of ] the oven with a beautiful .shiny brown crust you'll be proud of, ' Brush. Apricot, oinzc on i-offee- c«ke. Border with a band of chop- Sieve cooked, mushed dried apii- ped nul.s. To make Apricot Ola/c: coU to make 1 cup. Add ojip-ilil/d cup sugar. Cook until ttiick. stirring constantly. You can make it ahciiri, keep It on hand. , Brush baked ham with hot gluxe | to make iC glisten. Let it stand 15 , or 20 minute* before earring. To ! make the glaze; Mix tlioroiiglily i H cup sugar, while or brown, and 3 tablespoons cornstarch; add '.. | cup light corn syrup, or honey, and I 1 cups hot water. Cook, stirring j constantly, until clear and trans- ; parent. Orange Glaze: Mix 1 cup j brown sugar, juice and grated peel of 1 orange. Spread on ]mm lust «i minute., of baking, jelly Glaw Blend 1 cup bright red Jelly with *bout 1; cup hot water. Spread on ham last 45 minutes of baking. Stud the scored horn with whole cloves or decorate with halves of candled cherries. 'A. Notice of Flllnr of Appllratlnn lor Liquor fftmil Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with ihc Commissioner ol Revenues of the Sink' of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 112 w. Main »t.. Blytheville, Arkansas. Application Is for permit to lie i«sued lor operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1948. and ui expire on th« 30 day of June, 1949. C. A. Martin B» r Bulord Martin WISE Concentrated Protein in Cheese a,, Weal warn, weather Wiint to g<-t f<xxls iii your puce you an' Here's om' clu'esf the Ijoulc. II i-onli, of ihe liro milk and SCJI.M c:lu- 01 c:hci;sc. Set pan ol hot wutc.- anil biike In B moderate oven (350 . degrees !•'.) about 40 minules or nil- i HI ciislm-il i.s .set and bread Is puffy. 1 Serve with lima beans or peas, •(•Is, given snliuf, fruit cobbler. ' From another .source comc.s llm •oii'Jii-Mcli wolilrd main di.sli. 'flit I'cluiin, chu'.sc* mid macmoni all curry prolcin. Macaroni urlti dire** ISi'i\'c.s (>) One envelope linflavorcd gplntln ! -•i cup cold water. 3;4 cup linl »•».' i '. 1 cujj gruied American cliee s e table.spoon lemon Juice, | teas<»i aitll, 2 leii.spoon.s grated on- i<>", 2 titule.s|icxjn.s chopped par.sli'y, ; '"""' I'l'lcry, 1 1-2 cups c'ook- ] macaroni. 1-2 cnj) may- i graled onion. Chill until mixture oiiiiuise or salad (Ircsslnj!, i is consistency of Soften gHuijii in co | t | wnler. Add liot wat'-r s;iir coiLsiaiuly Expert Says Use Lamb Cuts Year 'Round The of the mistaken idea: II Is popularly thought that lamb, often called ".spring lamb," is available only during the spring months. The main reason for this misconception is the popularity of lamb 'or Enst,- Stir until nelatm is dissolved. Add grated Stir until cliccsg )ia.s softened. Ktir in Iciuoji juice, salt, and pa 1 whilos. , celery, macaroni , 'Him JJHO large or i and chill until (in .serve with hot gree xeanonal abunnance. unbeaten .sley, pirniento, d mayonnaise, ulividual mold.s Unmold aii-1 vogetablc.s in er in thlj country rind abroad 'notably Greece), and for sprinit entertaining. j Actually, points out Rpba ! Staggs, well-known home econ- omlst, lamb i.s available the year round for adding to the already lull line of meals that may be included on nu'lius. Tills full- • 1 time appearencc of Inmb on the market, has been due to improved breeding and marketing ; methods. i Another fact of interest to : Is that most cms [Of lamb are tender enough loj j ue cooked by dry heat. Over!, j«f> per cent of the lamb carcass \ • Is made up of these tender cnls £ ; which means that dry heal •' i methods of cooking < roasting,; ] broiling and panbroiling) are' the most important methods to , keep in mind. Road CMnrler News Want Ads. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 194S Mod* fr*ih daily in cur kitch*ns from <oatl 1« coast) S ib. 23c AMERICAN CHEESE Nice Tender PORK LIVER - - Cooked PICNIC HAMS BOLONGA - Ib. Ib. 35? Ib. 54* Ib. F*r Friday & Saturday, May 21 and 22nd. Hwntor'i T«Mf«ri*«d, Half or Wkolt HAMS !b.59 c "A" ftrod* SLICED BACON Ib. flirt Pork SAUSAGE ib. 39c Lean ond Meaty PPM MAST ib 45c Square Cut SALT BELLIES i b 33c Clapp's Strained BABY FOODS .,. 35 Infant Food FOBMULftC ,.„ 19 - P .?.WLK '?;;;;; , , ........ Peabtrry COFFEE ,,„,., 88 EAS PEAS ?•»!!.«» ,„„,„ 59' 19 C GRAPEFRUIT :1 „„ 27" CITY SUPER MARKET 109 W«»t Main •—We Deliver— Phone 2668 Harts, Wonder or Taysre* BREAD 2for25c Fryers, Hens Fresh Dressed Daily Meaty PORK RIBS Ib. 45l Ib. 55< Grade A, Slab BACON Shoulder PORK STEAK lb.49< No. 2 Can, Our Favorite APPLE SAUCE - - IQc Old Fashion Preserves SIRAWBffiliY -16 OL jar 23« .Joan of Arc No. 2 C.nn KIDNEY BEANS - 2 cans 25? Sacreiiienfn M'liok Peeled APRICOTS - No.2leans25* IJorden's Dime Brand MILK can/2f Arnimir Star MILK - - - 6 tall cans 39? (i Assorted flavors JELLO - 23? Stale Fair Sliced nr Halves PEACHES - No. 21 can 25* Hlii-ed PINEAPPLE- No. 11 can20? lluin/ BABY FOOD - 3cans23? 2 boxes 17? Morton's I'lain or lorii/.ed SALT - - APPLE BUTTER 12 Oz. Jar IOC FRUIT JARS Pints Quarts 69c 79c SPRY SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can $1.18 Dill or Sour PICKLES - - 8 oz. jar 17* Large Si/.« DUZorOXYDOL - box 33^ [,arge Bar LAVA SOAP - - 2 ban 19*. Texsum 46 Oz. Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE- can 15* Brooks 14 Oz. Boltle CATSUP - • - 2for35£ Tender J.eaf TEA - - - 4oz.pkg.30? Domino Cube SUGAR - - - 15? Bushes No. 2 Can HOMINY - - - 3 cans 27? -All Popular Brands CIGARETTES - - carton .199 $1.25 Value, 5-Slrand BROOMS - - - only 95* (<iiaranl(MMl WATERMELONS ORANGES New White CORN .Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT S !h . •! cars 1Q Iw {'rispv .lunihn CELERY Kn^lish PEAS NEW POTATOES (!rc«n Heads stalk Ih 18 C 59 C CABBAGE Ih 3t e 10 It) \>i\K Yellow Spanish ONIONS „ 10 C liahy Yellow SQUASH ,,,15= Tender, Green CUCUMBERS n 15 (iolden Yellow BANANAS „ 14 Liberty Cash Grocery Low Prices Everyday

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