The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1956 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PACK FOURTEEN BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 89, 1956 Old-Time Macaroni and Cheese By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Frew Food Editor MACARONI AND CHEESE always seems a (arm-style dish lo carefully In qutet wonder. TWO-CHEESE MACARONI Ingredients: 1 tablespoon salt, 3 quarts bolline water, 8 ounces ways seems a uum-a^ic ui;». *~ o M ...... - — ..... o --. - iis ' Mivbe because it came to the i u cups) elbow macaroni, 3 table- lable OUM, in the country house j spoons butter or margarine 1 me- we knew when we were very young, i ilium sized onion (finely diced), 1 Brown and crusty on the top, I medium-sized green pepper (finely Cheddar cheese tabling up from its j diced), 3 tablespoons flour, i;2 tea- sworv depihs - what ever tasted | spoon salt, l|4 teaspoon white pep- move' like home My m other! per, 2 cups mil*, 1 cup white pep- served the macaroni with her best; per, 2 cups milk, 1 cup (irmly-pac- silver berry spoon — tiding outjked grated chaddar cheese, 1,2 cup what seemed vast portions even to | (about) grated Romano cheese. our eager young eyes. i Method: Add 1 tablespoon salt to Something crunch!' was always; rapidly boiling water. Gradually on the table to contrast with the i add macaroni so that water con- New Twist For Broiled Sandwiches SHEET TANG ot black nspbern permeates this dchciou dessert Mnill» ice cream is nwxed « uh ff-Utin Top with red ra pbcrnes Light, Creamy Dessert Is Climax for Feast By GATNOR MADDOX | NBA Food and Markets Editor j Elegance with ease — that de-[ scribes this light and creamy gela-i tin dessert. Mrs. Ricljtrd Gcrmaiu; ol Dover, Mass., gave it to us. calling it her "New England Fam-! lly Dessert With Party Manners." We think it would be the perfect tnd to the familys Easter dinner this year. It calls for black raspberry gelatin, Tanilla ice cream, sweetened wipped cream and fresh or frozen raspberries. New England Family Dessert One package black raspberry-flavored gelatin, 1% cups hot water. 1 pint vanilla ice cream, sweetened whipped cream. Dissolve gelatin in HOT water. Add ice cream by spoonfuls, stirring until melted. Chill until slightly thickened. Spoon into serving dishes or mold. Chill until firm. Garnish with sweetened whipped cream and fresh or frozen raspberries. Heres an easy cake to make: Chocolate Butterscotch Cake One package instant butterscotch take miic, 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons water, 2 eggs, unbeaten; 2 squares unsweetened chocolate, coarsely grated. Empty cake mix into large bowl. Add water and eggr Beat 3 minutes until smooth and creamy. Mix In grated chocolate. Pour batter into the round 9-inch layer pans, which have been lined on bottoms with paper. Bake in moderate oven (360 degrees F.) 25 to 30 minutes. This cake may also be baked in two round- 8-inch layer pans, l',j inches deep, which have been lined on bottoms with paper. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees P.) succulence of the soft macaroni, Radishes perhaps. Often ' umies to boil. Cook uncovered stir- hearts ! ring occasionally .until tender 9 to 12 minutes. Drain in colander. ndd onion and green of celtvy—white and cold and crisp " laves fringing its own special long dish. ! saucepan; Soup might come before thej arcaroni. A hot ^J'"™ 8 j^j ^jen! stir'in flour, V2 teaspoon s hrTs"s5°oned.' Oval-bowled 'spoons! salt and pepper thoroughly. Add dipped into old-fashioned rimmed soup plates—delightedly, hungrily. What was the mngic in the soup kettle? We remember celery tops drying in that country kitchen, a bin full of onions, Jars of bay leaves and peppercorns. All of them went in. And more. A few whole cloves or all spice. Sugar—in generous Ne\v tyist for broiled sandwiches! They're dipped in a French toast mixtureIngredients: 1 1;2 cups finely chopped cooked ham, 1 cup grated Cheddar cheese, 2|3 cup chopped ripe olives, 2 tablespoons mayonnaise or mayonnaise-type salad dresshK, 1 teaspoon chili powder, 12 slices bread. 2 eggs, 1)4 cup milk. Method: Mix together the ham cheese olives, mayonnaise and i chili powder. Spread 6 slices of plates. the bread with the mixture. Cover! pin with No Complaints When Peaches N' Biscuits On It . There'll be no complaints about Mom's menu when there's a sweet- nnd-hearty dessert. Ingredients: !>!, cups biscuit mix, 6 tablespoons sugar, v t teaspoon cinnamon, y a cup light cream, 1 | can (1 pound and 13 ounces) sliced I yellow cling peaches, 1 tablespoon | butter or margarine. Method: Stir biscuit mix, 2 tablespoons of the sugar and the cinnamon together. Stir in cream. Divide dough into 4 parts; roll each into a square about V 8 -inch thick. Pit squares loosely into individual pie well-drained peaches 10 i^ imuuLca. ^ttmi n. *, u .«..«— tne urfau »iui me im.^miv.. ~w.~. . i-, lt ^in. ..v.. %. -~ i— Meanwhile melt butter in 2-quart ,,, n , !na mm K bread and cut into | an d sprinkle with remaining sugar; ;, , ' . pinches. N 7 o folderol. in those days, about vegetable having sweetness . milk; cook and stir constantly over moderately low heat until thicken- ed^nd ^^^ ~ ated Romano cheese; stir constantly over low iieat until cheese is mel- ! ted. Add drained macaroni to i sauce; stir \velL Reheat gently; do ! not boil. Turn into 5 individual bak- i ing dishes;. sprinkle with remain- I ing grated Romano cheese. Place under broiler for a minute or two triangles. Beat eggs just until yolks and i whites are combined; add milk and b«u enough to combine. Dip sandwich triangles into egg mixture. Place on broiler pan i without rack) ! or co>>Kie sheet. Toast under bro- j lier until browned on one side; turn with spatula and brown other side. .Makes 5 servings. 30 to 35 minutes. Frost with your favorite frosting. TOMORROWS DINNER: Codfish cakes with tomato sauce, Buttered beets, green 'OL-ans wiui mushrooms, enriched bread, butter or margarine, cole slaw, New England family dessert, coffee, tea, milfc. Nature a hand—to the everlasting gratification of everyone around the j dining room table. | Dessert was sometimes bananas j and oranges. Round slices of both; fruits, layered in a b]g cut-glass; bowl, and served with soft custard! flavored with a real vanilla bean Makes 5 servings. Note: place casseroles close to high heat of broiler to brown rapidly, li macaroni and cheese is left under broiler too Long, the macaroni will get too dry. dot with butter. Fold corners of dough over peaches. Bake in hot (400 degrees) oven 20 to 30 minutes. Serve with light cream. You'U need to bake a two-incn center-cut slice of ham from 112 to 2 hours. Be sure to cut slashes in the fat edge of the meat, about t\vo inches apart, before baking: this will prevent curling. Insert, whole cloves in the fat and baste i Work, - Sleep, Flay In Comfort Without Nagging Backache NUKRMIK backitclK', headache, or muscular aches atui pains may come on with over-exer- ti«n,«motto(iiilupsetsordaytodiiy stress and strain. A ml f»!ks-who eat ami drink uii-.viscly ...witlv that restless, uncomfortable ft/el inc. U'yim arc- miserable ami worn out \>e-«\us* the ham with sweetened pineapple juice several times during the bak- 10 e iti,.n, and t>y G the output of the 16 Good soup accompaniment: i Our" mother kept the vanilla bean i Spread buttered toast with 'softj • 'in a special place — not too high' cheddar cheese and brown under |for i"--^"'^ sirrill Imgeri r .n Hft'thp kroik-i'. T^is tidbit is delicious * out on occasion"" to whiff the mys-jwifch a cream of tomato or other terious scent, to put back again creamed vegetable soup. Rule for pan-broiling meat: pour off fat as it accumulates. — to inc mitts wt kuluiiy tubes. 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