The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1953 · Page 11
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAT T, 198S South Dakota Offers Mother's Day Recipe By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor In South Dakota folks make the own fun roost of. the lime. Tele vision is yet to come there an there are very few commerci amusements. So every holiday an Mother's Day is always a bi event. Prom friends in Sioux Falls comes this suggestion for a Moth er's Day oven dinner. It is s easy, the teen - age daughters ca: manage it alone. Once the main course is in th< oven, It takes about 5 minutes ti mix up the Mexicali tomatoes, am put them in to heat at the sami time. Baked Ham and Cheese With Mushrooms (4 jrenerous servings Two cups elbow macaron (cooked) 3 - ounce can broiled mushrooms, V/ 2 cups milk, 2 ta blespoons butter, 2 tablespoon: flour, Yz teaspoon prepared mus tard, '/i teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 8-ounce package process American cheese, 2 cups coarsely diced cooked ham. Cook macaroni in about 2 quarts boiling salted water until barely tender, about 11 minutes. Drain well. Drain mushrooms, reserving broth. Combine mushroom broth Here Are Tips On Serving Top Broiled Steak America's idea of a top-notch meal is a broiled steak dinner Present plentiful beef supplies mean that you can have this treat without too much damage to the budget. Next time you plan to serve thick juicy steaks, remember these Important pointers on buying and cooking them.: 1. Choose steaks which have good coating of fat and an even distribution or '"marbling" of fat throughout the lean. 2. For broiling, have steaks cut 1 to 2 inches thick. 3. Before broiling the steak, slash edges of fat in several places. 4. Gauge the distance between the source of heat and the meat according to the degree of doneness desired and the thickness of the steak. The thicker the eteak, or the more thoroughly it is to be cooked, the farther it should be placed from the broiling unit. (If range does not allow sufficient distance, lower heatt 5. Broil one side to desired doneness; season with salt and pepper. Turn and continue broiling; season second side. Serve immediately. and milk. Melt butter in saucepan. Stir in flour. Add milk mixture. Bring to boil, stirring constantly. Add mustard and Worcestershire. Coarsely cube and add the cheese. Continue heating, stirring constantly, until cheese is melted and sauce is smooth. Remove from heat. Combine the drained mushrooms with macaroni. Add the ham, which can be leftover cooked ham, freshly baked pork butt, or even canned luncheon meat. Pour cheese sauce over the top and mix •ently. Arrange In.l^-quart casserole. Sprinkle lightly with paprika. Bake in moderately hot oven (375 degrees P.) until bubbling and brown, about 35 minutes. Serve with Mexicali tomatoes— kernel corn, canned or fresh tomatoes (chopped), minced onion and green pepper, butter, salt, Kugar and chili powder, nil baked in individual ramekins 25 minutes. Note—Put rhubarb and strawberry pie for dessert in oven about 15 minutes before meal is ready to serve, then it will be ready by the time tlie main course Is finished. Dessert bakes at same tempera- lure as main course and vegetable. "DRY CUEANER"-The latest use for vacuum cleaners is illustrated at a technical fair In Hanover, Germany. The small cleaner has a new hair-drying attachment, consisting of hood, tube and heating device. Mother's Day Dessert: Strawberry Tarts l!y GAVNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Edllor A niece of mine in California claims her strawberry chiffon tarts rccljio Is the brightest and most delightful dessert any daughter can itinke to honor her mother on Mother's Day. The best way to prove that statement is In the eating. It's my guess that whether mother is a Cnllfornian or not, she'll be pretty well pleased with these bright little tarts. Strawberry Chiffon Tarts (Makes 8 individual tarts) One recipe pastry, 1 3-ounee package strawberry-flavored gelatin dessert, % cup hot water, \% cups fresh strawberries (sliced), " tablespoons sugar, 1-3 cup Wa- ter, 1 teaspoon lemon Juice, 1-3 cup nonfat dry milk. Roll out pastry about >,'» inch thick and cut into 2-inch circles. 'Use 5 circles for each tart. Overlap each circle, petal fashion, in 3-inch muffin pans < being careful not to stretch pastry), Press together firmly. Bake in hot oven (425 degrees P.) about 15 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool, Sprinkle 2 tablespoons sugar over strawberries and let stand 5 minutes. Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Stir in strawberries.. Chill until slightly thickened. Pour 1-3 cup water and lemon juice into a deep 1-quart bowl and sprinkle nonfat dry milk powder over surface. Beat with rotary beater or elec- tric mixer until stiff, about 8 to 10 minutes. ' > Fold into slightly thickened gelatin mixture. Spoon into inrtivldu- al tart shells. Chill until firm. If desired, decorate with additional whipped'topping and strawberries. Note — One I2-ounce package strawberries (defrosted) may be used, omitting sugar. Sirloin Tip Roast Has Little Waste A beef cut which you may find at your meat counter occasionally is a sirloin tip roast. This is a lean, boneless beef cut which usually !s a good buy because of its fine flavor and lack ot waste. If you are unsure how to cook a sirloin tip roast, make a note that it's best to braise this cut (cook It like a pot roast). Only highest quality sirloin tip (prime or top choice) may be dry roasted (cooked like a rib roast). Steaks cut from the sirloin tip are god buys as they also are lean and boneless. Braise them as you would round steak by browning in a little hot fat, then cooking covered with a little added liquid. Mix peanut butter Mid dtrlM ham together for » quick cracker spread. ' Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away... 4 Nagging bacftacne, IOBB of pep «nd ener»».''•; headaches and dizziness may be due to Blow- '• down of kidney function. Doctors «y KOOO> kidney function Is very Important to good ' health. When some everyday condition,such-. as stress and strain, causes this important function to flow down, many folks sutTernag. • K\i\K backache—feel miserable. Minor bind-, del- irritations due to coltl or wrong diet may cause getting up nights or frequentpaBsaee*. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Dean's PHls-a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over 50 years. It's amazing how many timei Doan's give happy relief from these discom- . ters flush out waste. Get Doan'i Pill* todayl Spicy Horn You, too, will be happy with these Try this tempting variation with : ham slice Place the meat in a in king dish and add cinnamon- clove,spiced peach juice. 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Large Green BELL PEPPERS Ea Vine Ripe TOMATOES Tender Fresh CARROTS Tender FRESH CORN Ear 50 Large & Juicy LEMONS ^,250 Large Juicy GRAPEFRUIT ,, 50 The Pause That Refreshes COCA-COLA Case 89<r Brought to you by the millers of MOTHER'S BfST Flour Jack Sprat No. 303 WHITE SWEET CORN 17<s Jack Sprat No. 303 Cut GREEN BEANS 2 Cans 350 Scott County WHITE CORN MEAL 25 Lb. Bag $1.59 10 Lbs. 69* Pride of III. No. 303 GOLDEN SW. CORN 17* Fairyland PEANUT BUTTER Quart 490

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