PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1B, 19B5 EXQUISITE LITTLE TIDBITS, haH confection and half cookie, »re nrovid«d by FrostiM. Fine companions for fudge squares. Frosties, Quick Fudge Make Tasty Presents Perfect Snacks for Holidays «y CEC1LV BKOWNSTONE Assm-Kited 1'rcss 'Foot! Ktlltor WE CAME, WE TASTED, and wo were won over! On :\ recent visit to his culinary school, Paul Mayer served us one of the most deh^hilul tidbits we have ever encountered Individual artichoke leaves hail their bases stuffed with a chicken mixture, then the filling t^ co\ ered with a piping of mayonn;u. i t and broiled. It's nut pc or i i in d by this tuleiUed aid tn'hu i t i young teacher of c tioki it - 110 mrs for the tmn Wlien we asked Paul now lie had acquired -iis sense of -.00 1 i 10 i In told us he had co ne b it t i il ways. First, from tne n u, ('i h that were served in his home wht he was a child. Second, from a weii known teacher of cookmir with whom he worked. Third, from eating and analyzing disht s n i L u taurants in various parts of the country. And fourth, from his own unending kitchen cxpemn* Although he is c\tn m hilu i and adept with food P ml u It likes vo follow recipes raihei 1 ttian ni cook by ear. And in tht cl i - s tu conducts in Iiis ch ir i n 1 house in New Yonc s Gitti \ th Vil Inirt*. he insists thit bis >upi di likewise. "I never let my >iuciem work from memorj m ^ l^ "Good recipes give them ever\ chance 10 succeed 1 " Paul likes to teach six students a: a time in his well-equipped culinary classroom. And students really cook — they don'i just watch him. A-; they try a dish, their teacher helps tlu'in with the various steps as it is necessary to do so. Paul uses the demonstration only technique only -'- - '-- ti^is cooking shows to groups outside of NY\v e of the most succes.-~:ul ve been given in Albany ise urn all walks of life take m Pan] — from you::-; omen who want to 1^0 ::i- profession or are n interested York. Son of these h md Synu People i li s on t n t. md en .ire yrown and who now } p H itc something fa 11 d .spmacii and ban >nly do New Yoi.. . . ^chool, but visitor.-; from other xirts of the country jo::: -- i piivute lesson ::i a special dish. I'AIL MAYKK'S ARTICIIOKK MORS D'OEUVRE InxmUrntsi 2 ttrtlchola's, 1 eiin ((i ounces t boned chicken, r -> of u -m,ill onion, 1 tea-spoon finely pow- dreii dill, '^ teaspoon salt, dash of peppt'r. real m.syomiAisfl. Mrthiid: Soak artichokes in cold s:iltcd water 30 minutes. Discard ;mmh outer Jpavcs. Cut off steins to LI bom } -> inch from base. With kite hen scissors cut about. 3 .i inch iroin tips ot leaves. Cook in boiling >.il:t-(i watt-r, to which a little lemon mice or vinegar has been added, for'45 mintues or until leaves pull out easily. Drain upsidedown to ul- ' :t v\v '.v.ut'v to nm out. Usitu!, the !ir.t i blade of & meat chopper, grind i-hu-ki-n and onion together. Stir in dill, salt, pepper and 3 tablespoons iu" the inayonnai.se until a paste is formed. Pull artichoke leaves gently from core. On the core end of •Mfh leaf, place ;> teaspoon of chicken paste. Press down firmly around edue of leaf with fingers. Continue Steamed Date Nut Bread For Budget Meal Budget meal for after Chrtatmus. Ingredients: 1 cup sifted flour, 1 cup enriched corn meal, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon salt, l teaspoon baking soda, 1 tea-spoon baking powder, 1 cup wholewheat flour, :i * cup molasses, 2 mm! all paste and weaves h used. With a pastry tube mayonnai.se over chickei Place under broiler until naise has browned and lea curled. Arrange on plat serve hoi. Makes 5 to Xoic: If desired, the ve been spread paste. may ones have cr and dozen, tichoke hearts may be cut in wedges, topped with chicken mixture and mayonnaise. cups butermilk, ',i cup chopped nut- moats. Method: Sift together white flour, corn meal, salt, soda and bnkiny powder. Add whole-wheat flour, blending well. Add molasses, buttermilk, dates and nutmeats, mixing thoroughly Pill 3 greased No: 2 cans or other molds 2/3 full; cover UghUy; steam 3 hours. (Roiling water should come halfway up cans.) Remove covers-and place in a very hot oven (450 degrees) 5 minutes before removing bread from cans. LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! REMEMBER . . . Orders accepted lor CHRISTMAS DELIVERY SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Catalog Sales Office . Phone 3-8131 By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Little frosties—somewhere between a confection and a cookie— are easy to make. Packed in holi- as a Christmas gift. So will de- day boxes, they will be welcomed with this new and very quick licious squares of fudge, made sure-fire recipe. (Yield! Approximately 6 dozen) Melt over hot (not boning) water: one 6-ounce package (1 cup) semisweet chocolate morsels. Remove from heat. Add and knead well: three tablespoons light corn syrup. 3 cups sifted confectioners' si ;ar, 1 cup chopped nuts, 1-3 cup orange juice or 1-3 cup instant coffee, l 3 / 4 cups crumbled vanilla wafers (approximately 3 do/en). Form in 1-inch balls. Boll in one- sugar. Store, covered, overnight to ripen. Note: To make 1-3 cup instant coffee, add 2 teaspoons instant coffee to 1-3 cup water. (Yield: Approximately I'/i pounds) Melt over hot (not boiling) water: two 6-ounce- packages (2 cupsi semisweet chocolate morsels. Remove from heat. Add: two-thirds cup sweetened condensed milk; 1 tablespoon water, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Stir until smooth and satiny. DO NOT BEAT. Add: one-half cup chopped nuts (optional). Spread in greased pan 10x5x3 inches. Chill until firm. Variations: Drop by teaspoonfuls on waxed paper-lined cookie sheet. ChlH, or chill until firm enough to handle. Form into small balls. Dip In tinted coconut, cnopped nuts, instant sv. .it milk COCOR, candled .diced stuffed olives, steamed rice. buttered broccoli, crisp bread or , rolls butter or margarine, mixed fruit, almond .slivers, etc. grecn saladp apple-cranberry pie. Casserole of creamed tuna and I co ff C e. tea. milk. Apple Pudding Both Easy And Delicious Easy nnd delicious pudding. Inffredienta: 4 medium-sized Delicious apples, M cup lemon juice, V 3 cup sugar, %. cup butter, 2 cups soft white catee crumbs. Method: Grate apples (including peel) into deep huat-resistant BVi- inch glaas pie plate; mix thoroughly witli lemon juice and sugar. Melt butter in skillet over low heat; mix in cake crumbs well. Sprinkle buttered cake crumbs over apple. Bnke in moderate (375 degrees! oven until apples are .soft find topping is lightly browned—about 20 minutes. Serve with plain or whipped cream. Makes 4 servings. 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