The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVfcLB (ARK.) COURIER NTWS MAY 14, IMS V3BE& Milk Gives Nourishment Vitally Needed by Babies By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor The welfare of growing children should be our big Interest, not only for their futures. A statement on the importance of milk by the Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics rates attention in this respect: "Without, plenty of milk in Borne form it's hard to keep well nourished. Milk offers top - notch protein, B vitamins, minerals — particularly calcium — needed for strong bones and good teeth. Many nutritionists now agree that adults of all ages, as well as children, benefit by getting more calcium than Just barely enough for Immediate needs." •Children—5 to 7 quarts a week (3 to 4 cups a dny); adults •— 5 quarts a week (about 3 cups a ciayl: pregnant women—7'I-quarts a week; nursing mothers—lO'/a quarts a week. Heu j Is a recipe using nonfat dry milk (economical, and valuable for its protein and calcium) and canned strained carrots: Carrot Soup (Makes 1 2-3 cups, or 2 to 3 servings) One cup water, 1 tablespoon flour, 1-3 cup nonfat dry milk '/i tcnspoon Halt, 1 can (Bounce) .strnincci carrots, 1 teaspoon butter. Pour water Into top of double boiler. Sprinkle flour, nonfat dry Franks Provide Economy Meal Frankfurters, a sure bet for llnvor and economy, arc teamed here with whole kernel corn for a tasty 20- mlnute mnln dish, E-Z Franks with Corn 1 pound frankfurters !4 cup bacon drippings, butter or margarine i ',4 cup chopped onion j '."i cup chopped sreen pepper | 3 cups whole kernel corn (2 12-oz. cans) Heat fat In a large skillet and In it lightly brown onions and green pepper. Drain corn and add. Split frankfurters lengthwise, almost but not quite through; place on top of corn. Cover and cook over low heat for 20 minutes. 4 servings. ipagheftl macaroni A Smarter Package Additional You can be fairly sure o! ting enough calcium in your diet if you use the following amounts of milk, says the bureau: ,f get- [ milk powder and salt over surface Tasty Toffee Squares Top Dessert Treat . Toffee squares. Here's a bar cookie with that rich toffee fbu'or. perfect with a cup of coffee or a glass ol milk. These bear a quick chocolate icing, points out Rcba Staggs. home economist. Near the end of baking, chocolate chips are placed over the batter. When melted they are easily spread over the cookies. TOFFEE SQUARES ?J cup lard 1 cup brown sugar 1 egg . 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups sifted enriched flour H teaspoon salt 8 to 12 ounces chocolate chips 1 cup chopped nuts Cream lard and sugar until.light and fluffy. Add egg and blend. Add vanilla. Sift flour and salt together and add, mixing thoroughly, spread batter on- ungreased pan 10 x 15 Inches. Bake in a moderately hot oven (350 degrees P.) for 20 minutes. Top with chocolate chips, melt in oven 5 minutes. Spread chocolate, sprinkle with nute. Cut while warm. Yield: 40 cookies. of wattr. Beat with rotary beater until blended. Stir In strained carrots. Cook over hot water, stirring constantly, until slightly thickened. Add butter and stir until melted. Serve hot. Here is a menu for one day's meal? for a family with children from toddler to teen age: Ilreakfast: stewed apricots with orange slices, ready - to - eat cereal, soft - cooked eggs, whole wheat toast, butter or margarine, jelly, coffee, milk. Mother - Toddler Luncheon: Hard-cooked eggs stuffed with junior veal or beef, quick-cooked rice, buttered spinach or leftover vegetable, toasted muffins or zwieback, strained prunes (baby pack) in quick whip with egg while, dash of sugar, lemon juice, tea. milk. Dinner: Cream of corn soup, roast veal with pan brown potatoes, stewed tomatoes, fruit salad with watercress, corn muffins with butter or margarine. lemon snow pudding or lemon gelatine, coffee, milk. M REAL-KILL INSECT BOMB iREW: »•>•<** Pep up those deviled eggs! Add a ; little finely grated onion and sweet j pickle relish to the yolk stuffing. 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