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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1958 BLYTHBVILLB (AMC.) COURIER MBWg_ PAGE THIRTEEN For Variety; Shrimp Pie and a Crab Bake By GAYNOR MADDOX CRAB BAKE IS GOOD, TOO I SHRIMP PIE OFFERS VARIETY;NEA Food and Markets Editor Looking for good meatless dishes for this last week of Lent? Here are three ideas we think you will enjoy: Shrimp and Vegelable__Pie (B servings) ~" One-half cup chopped onion. 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 can U'/< cups) frozen condensed cream of shrimp soup, 2-3 cup cooked sliced mushrooms <6'->i- ounce can, drained), 1 cup cooked peas (or baby lima beans), pastry dough—enough for a 2-crust, 9-inch pie (9-ounce package pie crust Sweet Potato Souffle Pie Best From Oven This pie is at its best when served fresh from the oven. Ingredients: 1 can (1 pound and 2 ounces) vacuum-packed sweet potatoes (without syrup), .1 cup water, 'i cup butter or margarine, '.', cup sugar, '.; teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 3 eggs (separated), % cup instant nonfat drj milk powder, VL teaspoon cinnamon, one (9-inch) unbaked pie shell with high fluted edge. Method: Mash sweet potatoes S3 there are no lumps, or put through ricer; stir in water. Cream witter, sugar and salt; stir in lemon' rind, lemon juice and slightly beaten egg yolks. Stir nonfat dry milk powder and cinnamon toegther; stir into creamed mixture. Fold in mashed sweet potatoes - and - water. Beat egg whites until stiff; fold in. Turn into pie shell. Bake in moderate (375 degrees) oven so to go minutes, or until a knife inserted in center comes out clean. Allow to stand on cooling rack 10 minutes or so, then cut and serve While still quite warm. Pie will be high and puffy; filling sinks considerably when cold. , mix). Cook onion in butter or margarine, Add soup, mushrooms anc peas: cook over low heat unti blended; stir frequently. Roll hall of pastry dough on floured board and line a 9-inch pie pan; poui in filling. Roll remaining pasto into circle; place on top of filling; pinch edges together and make several slits in top to allow steam to escape. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) about 1 hour. Crab and Noodle Bake (6 servings) —Eighfc-tjtjnc-es medium-noodles, can tl'A cups) condensed tomp^ soup, 1 cup water or milfc, 1 cup flaked crab (6'/ 2 -ounce can), 1 cup shredded mild process cheese. Cook noodles in salted water drain. Combine noodles, soup, wa ter. crab and % cup cheese in a Hi-quart casserole; top with re m Dining cheese. Bake in a hot ov (400 degrees P.) about 25 minutes Creole Spaghetti (6 servings) One-quarter cup diced greer pepper, 1 medium onion, sliced; tablespoons butter or margarine, 2 cans USV-i-ounce size—3% cups^ spaghetti in tomato sauce, with cheese, 2 tablespoons diced pimento, sharp cheese, cut into stripy if desired. In an oven-proof skillet cook green pepper and onion in butter until soft. Stir in spaghetti and pimento ; heat. Arrange strips of cheese on top of spaghetti; place under broiler until cheese is melted. here's New Way to Treat A Cake Mix Here's a really different way to treat a cake mix. Ingredients: 1 package (11 ounces) yellow cake mix packed with baking pan and chocolate frosting, 1 package (6V4 ounces) pitted dates, 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, V- cup orange juice. Method: Prepare and bake cake as directed on package. Remove cake from pan, following directions Place cake on rack; cool thoroughly: slice in half lengthwise. Slice dates into small saucepan; add orange rind and juice. Cook over low heat for several minutes stirring often, until dates anc orange juice are combined anc thick; cool thoroughly. Spread Hal of date mixture over top of lower half of cake; top with remaining half of cake. Spread cake top with remaining date mixture. Prepare frosting according to . ( package directions spread carefully over date topping Wipe cake knife with damp cloth before cutting each slice. Pantry Shelf Gives Help for Lent CORRECTED NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Mr H. Howard has filed application with the City Engineer for a Per mit to construct a ten (10) room one (1) story building, frame am brick construction on Lot 3, Block 1. of Bader Second Addition to th City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Sail building when completed to b used as a Funeral Home. Any ob jection to the erection of the abov building to be used for the purpos stated, should be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk with- By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food EdUor CANNED SALOM, from the pantry shelf, makes a pleasant main naigrette style. Salmon is such » nutrilous food - offernlg protein, vitamins and minerals—that It deserves a good place on the family able. And here's another luncheon idea that relies heavily on the pantry shelf—hot soup, followed by » salad of canned cherries and pineapple, organes and celery. Crusty rolls or French bread and butter will taste good with the salmon platter; serve assorted crisp crackers with the fruit salad bowl. SALMON MATTER VINAIGRETTE Ingredients: 2 cans (112 pound each) salmon, 1J4 cup olive oil 3 tablespoons wine vinegar, 1[< teaspoon onion powder, 1[8 teaspoon garlic powder,, 1 avocado, 1 medium-sized tomato, radish accordions, cauliflowerets, escarole or chicory or other salad greens. . Method: Drain salmon, reservinf liquid; turn salmon out without breaking in center of serving plate Shake salmon liquid, olive oil vinegar, onion powder and garlic powder together thoroughly. Pee avocado and slice into eights. Cu tomato into 8 wedges. Arrange to mato and avocado slices alternately around salmon. Garnish with radish accordions, cauliflowerets and .salad greens. Serve with dressing. Make 6 servings. Note: To make radish accordions Here's New Way To Prepare Green Pea Soup Have you tried the new prepared green pea soup mix? Here's a pleasant way to vary it. Ingredients: 3 cups cold water, 1 package (4 ounces) prepared green pea soup mix, 1 can (8 ounces) tomato sauce, 1 tablespoon tonifto catchup, 1 tablespoon cooking sherry. Method: Put cold water, green pea soup mix. tomato sauce and tomato catchup in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally; smooth out any lumps with back of spoon against side of pan. Jover and simmer 3 minutes. Stir In cooking sherry. Makes 4 servings. If soup is thicker than you like, dilute it with a little stock. clean radishes in cold water and cut away root ends; leave on a small amount of the green tops. Cut radishes crosswise in a number of thin strips, but do not slice all the way through. Chill in ice water for about an hour before us- g. CHEERY BOWL SALAD Ingredients: 1 jar (1 pound and ounce) dark sweet cherries, 1 can (12 1J2 ounces) pineapple cubes, 2 large oranges, 1 cup thin celery crescents, parsley. Method: Drain cherries and pit. Drain pineapple. Peel one orange and cut into membrane-free sections. Slice other orange (with peel on) into thin rounds; cut each round in half. Arrange cherries, pineapple and peeled orange sections in salad bowl. Arrange unpeeled orange slices around edge of bowl. Garnish with parsley. Sferve with mayonnaise and crisp crackers. Makes 4 servings. Prune Alaska For Delicious And Easy Dessert Such a delicious dessert — and so easy to prepart. j Ingredients: 1 egg white, & cup j sugar, 1 jar (5 ounces) strained prunes, 1 cup heavy cream, ',<• tea-1 spoon grated orange rind, >/ 2 cup ; orange juice, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Method: Beat egg white until stiff but not dry; gradually beat in sugar. Fold in prunes. Beat cream until stiff gradually fold in orange rind, orange juice and lemon JuJo«. Fold Into prune mixtura. Turn Into refrigerator tray and freeze until firm; have refrigerator at coldest setting. Makci I irgi. Head Courier Newi Olawifled A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT in thirty (SO) days. DAN BLODOETT, City Engineer, City of Blytheville. 3X29-4/5 ORDINANCE NO. 566 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCES NO. 517, 518, and 529 KNOWN AS THE TRAFFIC CODE, FOR THE REMOVAL OF TRAFFIC CONTROL LIGHTS AT THE INTERSECTIONS of North Sixth Street and Park Street, and So. Franklin and Cherry Streets, and FOR THE INSTALLATION OF STOP SIGNS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OP THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. That ordinances 517, 518, 529, be amended as follows: That portion which provided for the installation of traffic control lights to be amended as follows: a. Traffic control light at the intersection of North Sixth Street and Park Street to be -removed, b. Traffic control light at the Intersection of South Franklin and Cherry Streets to be removed. SECTION 2. Be it further provided and ordained that stop signs be installed as follows: At the Northeast corner of North Sixth and Park Streets. At the Southwest corner of North Sixth and Park Streets. At the Northeast corner of So. Franklin and Cherry Streets. At the Northwest corner of So. Franklin and Cherry Streets. At the Southeast comer of So. Franklin and Cherry Streets. At the Southwest corner of So. Franklin and Cherry Streets. SECTION 3. All ordinances or parts.of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. All stop signs and traffic controls lights provided for in other ordinances and amendments to ordinances, not changed or specified herein shall remain in full force and effect. SECTION 4. EMERGENCY CLAUSE An emergency is hereby declared to exist and this ordinance being necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage. Dated: 3/27/56. TOLER B0CHANAN, Mayor Attest: W. I. MALIN, City Clerk. 3/29 WITNESS WANTED! On July 5, 1955, I was involved in an automobile accident with another vehicle. The accident occurred 8 miles south of Tupelo, Mississippi on Highway 45 at approximately 5:30 p.m. in a heavy rain stgrm. At the time of the accident I was driving a 1952 Dodge which burned. The other vehicle was a 1953 Cadillac. A truck driver driving a Ford tractor & trainer und hauling; watermelons witnessed this accident This gentleman lives in Arkansas near the Missouri line. 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