, JUNE 4, 1953 ILYTHEV1LLB fARIt.y COTJWIH IfEWl ?AGE FIFTEEN lere's a New Breakfast Idea Oatmeal Popovers Spur Appetites When you want something dil- lerent but appetite-awakening for freakfast, try these unusual pop- pvers. Top Hat Oatmeal Popovern (Makes 6 popovers) One cup cooked oatmeal, 2 egg olks, 1 cup sifted enriched flour, teaspoon baking powder, 1. tea•Poon salt, 1 cup milk, 2 egg whites, ftiff-beaten. Crease glass custard cups or Pover Irons and hent in oven ile making the butter. Combine Itmeal and egg yolks. Sift togeth- flour, baking powder and salt. Id with milk to oat-meal-egg fixture and stir lightly. Fold stiff>eaten egg whites Into oatmeal nixture. Fill hot custard cups or icpover irons 2-3 full of batter. In hot oven (425 degrees F.) lor 20 minutes. Make 8 >/ 2 -inch silt in the top each popover for escape of team. Reduce heat to moderate |350 degrees F.I and bake 35 to minutes longer. Remove from pan. Cut the top off each topover and fill with creamed Woken, ham or tuna fish. Replace •°P and serve as a luncheon dish. Note—These may also be served fclain with butter and jelly as a breakfast bread. Tasty Variation )n Stew Theme Is a Kidney Pie . tasty variation of the stew-for- ner theme is a meat pie. Here's me which combines inexpensive ma nutritious beef kidney with >eef stew meat. Beef and Kidney Pie- beef kidney 4- pounds beef stew meat 'lour, fat medium onions, chopped teaspoon salt 4 teaspoon pepper tablespoon Worcestershire sauce teaspoon prepared mustard K cups water standard recipe pie pastry Soak kidney in cold, salted water or '/£. hour; split and remove fat ind heavy veins. Cut stew meat and Vidney Into 1-inch cubes. Flour Jneats and brown thoroughly In a Ittle hot fat in a heavy pan .Add Inions, seasonings and water. Sim- fcer 2 hours. Thicken with 1 table- •poon Hour mixed to a paste with a little water. Pour into a greased IVz luart casserole and top with pastry. •Roll out crust % inch larger than op' of casserole. Press edges firmly .gainst sides and slit top in several ilaces.) Bake 30 minutes at 425 de- :ees F. 6 servings. Want a fancy up a salad with Dickie "fans?" Make them by cut- ing through pickles lengthwise, al- lost to the stem end, and then, fan tut the slices. ^ead Courier News Classified Ads. How about something quick and easy? Really plump; tender and juicy... Goody Evergood says: FRANKFURTERS Mnmnhls Pjirti'nn Cr. •j- V—^-jp^'V" »*•."••" ~ ---- »^|||'-v^^.. U/e treat troa like, a M^I^, . • * ..•' - •- -•• L - .^p^^,.^™,.,. ...... ----- ,, w .^,,^, w « uoa shop at Kroner I , * __ * SAVE! 0 $M Picnic Sets Colorful Plastic id Beans 2 Set of 8 pieces No. 2 Cans Kroger Extra Thin 4 in 1 French's , Flavor f'" Right ' ar Starkist No. Vi Chunks Can ib. 25c lie 35c Cookies ---^ ib.29c Lemonade --4 '«=• 63c Ice Cream - - - 59c Kroger Bread E 15c Kroger Tea"'-- * 49c && R,<, \m &*~\ ERMELON FULLY RIPE-SWEET 30 lb ' A A Average Qtr. JUC Size Half 55c Whole 99c LIFEBUOY ONE CENT SALE Buy two bath bars at regular price Get one for a penny! Dressed Whifin Rib Steaks Pork Liver Seafood Special Kroger-Cut Tenderay Govt. Graded Choice Young fresh Perfect for frying The BAIT SHOP No. Highway 61 Minnows - Roaches Worms Tackle — Motor Boat Oil — Candy — Cold Drinks Open 4 a.m. — Close 6 p.m. FREE! 50 Minnows each given to the Fisherman catching Biggest Crapple. Plenty Free Parking Space Bobbie Davis Phone 2701-After hrs 8884 New Potatoes w-10 Egg Plant - ea.15c Radishes Ib. Kraft Bag 29 c 5c King Cotton Quality Save at this special f First Cuts Meaty Pork Chops Bacon '?™"ib.35c Lard Streak 0' Lean 2ibs.25c ib. 59c ib. 29c ib. 39c ib. 59c Pure Salt Meat SAVE 35c CUT OKRA 2 RINSO with free flower seeds ORANGE JUICE Kroger A 6 oz. frozen •J cans 630 CHUNK TUNA Breast of Chicken No. V Can KROGER FRESH CLEANED, CUT-UP READY TO FRY Woodbury Soap 3 *£ 250 Woodbury Soap 2 K 19< Skinner Raisin 70 oz. box WAX PAPER 725 ft. Roll UPTON •si TIA 'SI THE MO&f TIA I >.. 63c UPTON TEA BAGS 48ct.pkg.58c CHICKEN More tender because they're young...only 10 to 12 weeks old. 100% cleaned. Pack several for a perfect picnic . . . A Sunday dinner buy!
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