The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1953 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEV1LLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 28,19S8 CORN PUPS made o* fr»nlcfurt«n enc»Md In tarn muffins »re mack troll for your Decoration Day rwsts. Corn Pups Are Guest Snacks For Memorial Day Holiday By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor If you stay home on Decoration Day and welcome friends, you'll uncap only as served. Corn Pups (Makes 16) Eight frankfurters, 1 box corn- want ideas for snacks to give' muffin mix, 1 tablespoon flour, 1 them. Kathrlne Welliagbrook, who lives 50 miles back in the moun tains from Albany, N.Y., likes to serve corn pups and chilled bottled soft drinks to her visitors. She says the tangy soft drinks and something good but differeni to .nibble on seem to make everyone happy. She reminds us to keep the drinks properly chilled and to Bay Staters Use Milk in Chowder Never Tomatoes, Massachusetts * Gourmets Claim By GATNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Clam chowder, fresh or in cans, at the beach or inland—everyone seems to like It. But folks in Massachusetts will Insist it must be made with milk, never with tomatoes. In New York as well as in Rhode Island they do use tomatoes —but never in Massachusetts. From Muriel Caswall of Boston, comes this reliable recipe, taken from "Coast - to - Coast Cookery" by American Newspaper Food Editors. New England Clam Chowder (Serves 8) One quart clams, J / 2 cup of %• Inch cubes of fat salt pork, 1 onion (sliced), 4 cups raw potatoes cut In %-inch cubes, 1 tablespoon salt, Va teaspoon pepper, flour, 4 cups milk (scalded), 4 tablespoons butter, 8 common or Boston crackers, cold milk. Pict over me opened clams and clean in a cup of water. Reserve the liquor from the shells, heat to boiling point, and strain. Now finely mince the hard parts of the clams, putting aside the soft portions. Fry out the pork in a frying pan; add onion and cook about 5 minutes. Dram porK and onion on a paper towel and place in a large saucepan deep enough to hold the chowder. Cook potatoes separately for 5 to 10 minutes in boiling water to cover. Drain and put half of tftem in the bottom of the saucepan, add the chopped (hard) clams, half the seasonings, and dredge well with flour. Add the rest of the potatoes, the rest of the salt and pepper, sprinkle again with flour, and add 2"/2 cups boiling water. Cook for about 10 minutes. Add scalded milk, the soft parts of the clams, and butter. Boil for 3 minutes, then add the crackers, which have been split and soaked in enough cold milk to moisten. Reheat the clam water (which you reserved in the beginning) to the boiling point; thicken if necessary with 1 tablespoon butter and flour mixed with a little of the boiling mixture, and cook like any sauce, stirring until thick. Add to the chowder at serving time, since the clam water may curdle the milk if added during cooking. 'DON'T LET BUGS SPOIL SUMMER FUN/ egg, milk (amount given for muffins on package). Place frankfurters in cold water, bring to boil; remove from heat, cover and let stand for 10 to 15 minutes, or until ready to use. Preheat oven to 375 degrees P. (moderate). Empty contents of corn-muffin box in bowl. Blend In .flour with fork until thoroughly mixed. Break egg into measuring cup and beat with fork. Cut frankfurters in half; spear cut side with wooden skewers. Dip each in beaten egg, then in dry mix. Set aside on greased cookie sheet. Add required milk to remaining egg. Stir into dry mix thoroughly with fork. Hold each frankfurter half by skewer handle and use tork to cover frank with muffin mix. Place on well-greased muffin Jn. Bake at 375 degrees F. for about 15 minutes. (Allow 2-3 corn 3ups per person.) Here are a couple of hints: If skewers are not available, spear each frank with fork when covering with batter. < As this batter rises quickly, you'll find It easier to handle if you divide dry mixture in half and add half the milk-egg mixture. Use up, and plnce franks covered in oven, then prepare second half. The REAL-KILL Insect Bomb is specially designed and formulated to kill flying insects fait. Keep it handy in your home and car. fUftN.SMIUINO It Of C»H Shish Kebab Good For Decoration Day Entertaining By GAYNOIt MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Cooking Decoration Day dinner lUt-of-doors? Or are you planning o do it in the kitchen? In cither case, try this shish kebab trick. Kathrine Wellingbrook did it at ft party in Worcester, N. y. That's where we first learned how to enjoy It. Shish Kebabs on Rolls (Serves (i) One pound cubed chuck beef, '/ 2 pound sausages, 1 green pepper, medium onions, 6 frankfurter rolls. Place pieces of cubed beef and onion halves alternately on skewers. Roll up sausages into circle and fasten with toothpicks until ready to serve. Plnce on skewere alternately with green peppers cut into squares and onion halves Broil in oven or over outdoor fire Note—cubed lamb, frankfurters, scallops, kidneys, apple scctionr, butter-brushed mushrooms and liver strips skewered In ribbon fashion are all delicious skewer-broiled Decoration. Day Picnic Calls for' Hamburgers By GAYNOIl illADDOX NBA Food and Markets Kdltor Decoration Dny starts the season of outdoor eating. So let's begin looking for better ways to make the ever-popular hamburger. A youns coed from Madison, Wis., which is set among five lakes, tells us how she learned to make (hem from her father. He loved to tnke his family in a boat to his favorite lake-shore picnic spot. Then lie cooked his specially-chopped beef patties served with a relish mnclo with onion, ;reen pepper, chopped broiled mushrooms, pickle mid tomato sauce. The relish sauce is made at home and then heated while the patties are being broiled. The patties, made of good chopped meat, are shaped at home, carefully packed with layers of waxed paper, chilled, ami then taken on the ilcnic, to be grilled in the great outdoors. Here's the sauce recipe: Hot Helish Sauce for Hamlnirffers Three tablespoons fat, '/2 cup minced onion, \'z cup minced green pepper, 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet, 8-ounce can tomato sauce, 2 xmspoons sugar, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, ] /j cup pickle elish, 3-ounce can chopped broiled nushrooms, 2 ! /^ pounds chopped aw beef UG 2'^-ounce patties), 10 nittered picnic buns. Melt fat in saucepan. Add onion nd green pepper. Cook, stirring requently, until onion and green lepper arc beginning to brown, bout 5 minutes over moderate leat. Stir in kitchen bouquet. \dd tomato sauce, sugar, Wor- estershire, pickle relish and con- cntfl of can of mushrooms. Bring o boil and cook slowly until sauce Is thick, about 15 minutes. Cool and pack in covered glass jar. When you reach the picnic site, arrange a large pancake griddle on rack over good bed of coals. Grill the hamburgers as needed. Keep barbecue sauce hot in small saucepan at one end of griddle. Toast rolls on order, or simply warm near the fire. Serve relish sauce on top of the hamburger on paper plate with cole slaw or celery, raw carrot sticks and olives. Hcrcs 1 a gelatin dessert that's a ittie different. Make up a package f orange-flavored gelatin and pour nto a square pan: ehill until jelled, 'tit into small squares and place In ndividual glass serving dishes. Top vith a layer of whipped sweetened ivaporatcd milk, fresh orange sec- ions, and a garnish of maraschino iherry. Read Courier News Classified Ads. What's your iggest value in flavor-rich goodness? Always cooks up crisp and delicious because it's sliced fresh daily? Goody Evergood says C> ASK FOR (gv&iacod & BACON phis Fading Co. About 2* a Make a glass glass- gallon or a Food stores have Grapett« Boverago Syriipl In MVtrol doll- clovi (Won. Juil odd wotcr and l<» (no »U|«r). Tailei wowforfoll Ktep a pltchor told for young and oW. »•»•• n tot W iMnotr on toft drink.. ORAPim MODUCTI CO., CAMOIN AtK. These Two Good Veal Dishes Are Pennsylvania Dutch Treats By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food ami Markets Editor Berks County, Pennsylvania, goes in for good eiUiiin. Here's one example, a Dutch dish: Veal and Crust One pound of slewing veal cut In 1-incl) cubes, 2 cups of flour, 2-3 cup of shortening, dash of Bait, '/i teaspoon baking powder, cold' water. While the venl is stewing, make, pastry dough. Roll to about Vr inch thickness and cut In approximately 2 • inch squares or triangles. Bake in 350 degrees P. (moderate) oven until a golden tan. Arrange on platter. Thicken veal broth slightly and pour meat and broth over baked crust. Gar- nish with parsley. The Bicentennial Cook Book sponsored by the Berks County Federation of Women's Clubs, tells this succulent story, too. V»I Paprika Three - quarters pound veal steak, 1 onion, 3 carrots, 3 stalks celery, paprika, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 1 package fine noodles. Cut veal into small pieces. Brown in hot Iron skillet, In the mean- lime adding finely chopped onion, salt and pepper. Sprinkle very liberally with paprika.' When brown, add l'/ 2 pints water, carrots and celery, and vinegar. Add bay leaf If desired. Let simmer, over a low fire for one hour. When meat is about done, cook the noodles. Thicken gravy and add noodles. 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