The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECKMBERJ1, 10M ! FROZFN CONCENTRATES come into Ihcir oivn when you use this simple method of pr«pari ns the traditional punch., Let Lemonade, Fruit FlavortheFlowingBowl Rich Doings for Holiday Dinner crate 1350 degrees) oven 35 to 451 minutes or until cuke tester insert- i eel in pudding conies out clean. Run spuUila around sides and cen-1 tcr of rim; mold to loosen pudding; I turn out carefully. Remove paper. I Dribble 6 tablespoons of the lemon-1 ado concentrate over pudding. Cool. At serving time, whip cream; ! "i-adihilly fold in remaining 2 ta: Eli-spons" of lemonade concentrate. i Garnish pudding with whipped j cream, cherries and sliced nuts.: Tins pudding is rich so it may be • served m small portions. j By CECILY HROWNSTOXK Associated I'ress Food Uilltur DOES YOUR TABLE EXPAND at Christmastime as your family and friends gather round? Then you may wish to choose one of the close-trimmed skinless and shank- less hams for a main .course. It will give you generous amounts of meat for your money, and you'll find It has enough of a fat shell to hold a beauty of a glaze. This ham comes in both the fully-cooked and cook - before - eating styles. Take your choice. At the most recent of our own holiday dinners, we started off - ' with fruit punch and chestnuts. The nuts were put in an old-fashioned wive corn ppppev and roasted over a small portable grill that we use outdoors in the summer but that also fits into a fireplace. The innovation was a great success. For our first course at the table, we served a rich homemade cream i of mushroom soup. As accompani-j Extra S ood eating when you serve ment to the ham, we offered sweet; stuffed artichokes! .,,,•' potatoes, and a special green snap! Ingredients: 4 mcdmm-sized «rti-j bean dish. We also had a relish i chokes. 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 clove, made from raw cranberries and; r.arlic nnincfd). 2 small onions, whole impeded orange ground to-! i finely diced), 1 cup nnely oiced. "Mhor and then sweetened with! C ilerv. 1 cup soft bread crumbs, '-i : sugar. If any of this cranberry and; cup urated Parmesan cheese, sail, orange relish is left over, it may i pepper, 4 teaspoons olive oil. j be put into a gelatin base: this way Method: Wash artichokes well m, it will come in handy as a salad to l: ,,id -.vater. Remove the toughest s:erve later with slices of the cold! Bottom leaves from artichokes; cut ham. i of! stems so they will stand level: For an extra holiday dessert. ' cut off about ': inch of tops straight von mi"ht like to try this rich and i across. Stand artichokes in about delicious date-nut pudding. ' 1' 2 indies of boiling water m sauce- CI1R1STMAS WKEATII PUDDING: pan, cover and boil until artichoke InKredlents: 1 cup sugar, 2 table-' hearts are tender when pierced with spons flour, 2 teaspoons double-! a \vork--aboul 30 minutes, acting baking powder, 4 eggs (sep- rj ra j n thoroughly. Pull out small arated), K, teaspoon salt. 1 tea- ccme . r i eav es and thistle; a teaspoon spoon vanilla, 2 packages '6*2: u jn } le ].j [0 SL . 00 p out thistle. Cook ounces each) pitted d a t^e s ; j iab | espoon O u v e oil, garlic and on- Stuffed Artichokes Good Eating Here's Thrifty Holiday Pudding Want an extra holiday dessert? Here's a thrifty pudding. Insmlioiits: 1 cup cranberries (picked over and washed before measuring), 1, cup seedless raisins miisi-d and well drained), ^ cup -uisar, !'_> cups sifted cake flour. 2 [i-aspoons double - acting baking powder, 'i teaspoon salt,, 'i cup initter or margarine. '2/3 cup sugar, 1 el .u^ i,:, cup milk. '? cup coarsely broken walnut meats. Mi'thod: Put cranberries and raisins through food chopper using medium knife; include any juice. Sprinkle with '•.• cup sugar and allow to stand 15 to 30 minutes. Sift together cake flour, baking powder arid salt. Cream butter and 2/3 cup sugar; beat in egg thoroughly. Gently beat •n sifted dry ingredients, alternately •.vitli milk, in 4 additions. Beat only MiMil smooth. Stir in chopped fruit 'nixture and walnuts. Turn into '.Teased baking pan (8 by 8 by 2 aches'. Bake in moderate (350 decrees' oven until cake tester Insert- I'd in center comes out clean—about 45 minutes. Cut in pan and serve warm with .1 pudding sauce. Makes 8 to 12 .-ervings. Grapefruit- Apple Salad Refreshing You'll find this salad refreshing served after fish. Ingredients: M> cup mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons prepared Bahama-type mustard, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, '', teaspoon sugar, 1 large grapefruit, 1 medium-sized or large red Delicious apple, lettuce or other Successful Pay Cut. NORTH PWm'B, Neb. (fl-William L. Wood, a retired railroad man, wanted to keep his Job as park commissioner after it was changed from a part-time to a full-time post. But Hie salary didn't stilt him. Finally, after two oily council meetings, Wood got. his way. He was given the appointment « l * ao ° * yew instead of the $4,000 the ,ot»V council offered. greens, , . Method: Mix mayonnaise, mus- ! turd, lemon juice and sugar together. Peel grapefruit so no white membrane remains; cut grapefruit sections away from dividing mom- j bnine. I GUI apple in quarters and re-! move core: do not peel. Cut each | apple quarter into 3 or 4 lengthwise ; .slices. j Arrange lettuce on 3 salad j plates; alternate grapefruit and | j apple sections over lettuce: top with dressing and paprika. Makes 3 large servings. Read Courier News Classified Ads back she was gone. A stranger had completed the trip for him. Later he found mother and a baby girl I doin" fine. Special Delivery GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. \Jl — Edward Van Houten ran to a iiotist- for help when his car stalled .is he was driving -his expectant wife to a hospital, when he came (chopped). 1 cup coarsely broken;, walnut meats, 8 tablespons frozen i By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Prom California where citrus fruits and wines are used in so many recipes, comes this holiday punch bowl recipe. The base of the punch is frozen concentrate for lemonade. Use two 6-ounce cans. Holiday Punch Bowl (Makes 24 4-ouace servings) Two cans (6-ounce) concentrate 1 for lemonade, 1 package frozen strawberries, 1 package frpzenj sliced peaches, 1 quar.l white wine (or 1 quart ginger ale), 1 quart : sparkling water, Ice. ! Combine frozen lemonade, straw-1 berries and peaches (partially thawed. Just before serving place In punch bowl. Add chunk' of ice or ioe cubes, wine (or ginger ale), and sparkling; water. Mincemeat Cupcakes (YleWi 30 medium cakes 2 : !.i Inches In diameter) One-third cup shortening,. H cup sugar. 1 egg, 2 cups siftpd all- purpose flour, 1 tablespoon double- acting baiting powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup milk, 1 cup mincemeat. dream shortening and sugar. Beat in egg until light and fluffy. Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Add alternately with inilk, adding flour first and last. Blend mincemeat Into the baiter. Hub muHin pans with shortening or line with fluted muffin pan liners. Spoon batter into pans, filling them one-half full. Bake in a moderate oven 1375 degrees F.) about 25 minutes. Cool. Frost with Lem^ on Cream Frosting. Lemon Cream Frosting (Yield: Frosting for 20-M cupcakes) One-half cup shortening, 3 to 3; 2 cups sifted powdered sugar, 3 tablespoons milk, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, % teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons shredded lemon peel. Cream shortening until soft and fluffy. Add powdered sugar, milk, lemon juice, salt and lemon peel. Beat until smooth and creamy. Add more milk if necessary to make frosting of spreading consistency. Note; Three and one-half cups powdered sugar equal 1 pound. ; ion together until onion is tendei : but not brown, concentiate or moi • ^ heavy' Mix witn cesery. oread crumbs. isL-^srr 11 - sl * ed i irs^s sasrsuE ,j • with stuffing, packing some among Method: Oil an 8-cup ring mold ' ' ° v well; line bottom of mold with j jf»>™ narv (0 use lt all . llrl ichokes iir baking der together. Beat whites with salt until stiff but not dry. Without washing beater, beat egg yolks slightly: stir in vanilla and sugar mixture, then dates and nuts. Fold in beaten egg whites. Turn into prepared ring mold. Bake in mod-, Pour enough hot water in dish to cover bottom". Bake, covered, in moderate '350 degrees) oven 30 minutes. Serve at once. margarine. Method: Put honey, cream and butter in small saucepan. Stir over low heat until combined. Serve hot or chilled. Chilled sauce separates only slightly; stir well before using, i Clean Proposition HOUSTON. Tex. ,IJl — Classified ad in the House for Sale columns of a local newspaper. SOUTHGATE — Attractive, spacious home. Three bedrooms, den, 26 baths, perfect condition. Add This Sauce To Canned Steamed Pudding Uw? a canned file timed pudding i [or dessert, then give it this saucy touch. Ingredients: & cup honey. % cup heiivy cream. V* cup butter or own tests, conducted right in this area, have convinced us that Channel Master's « TRAItBlAZER will provide the V <i/ clearest, brightest TV pictures possible on aft the channels in Hiis area. CHANNEL MASTER'S TRAILBLAZER gives you: • Swper-powared performance. tomans Ch.annel Master quality. • 100% aluminum—cannot rust. Wilton'i TV & Radio Service 1I4S. Flftt Ph. 3-4237 OF COURSE! Yes, nl course, you'll save when yon make shopping at gateway a regular habit! For at Safeway you save where it really counts on your TOTAL food bill, not just on a handful of "Advertised Specials". So for savings right down the line on foods your family wnnts and needs, shop Safeway'. Thursday Only! USDA Inspected Birds TURKEYS "£" Fresh, Lean, Tender Hams FRESH HAMS '££ Ocean Spray Whole or Strained CRANBERRY SAUCE 2-35? Moonbeam Custard PUMPKIN " 10? Delicious Tastemark or Deans EGG NOG - Mild and Mellow AIRWAY COFFEE ft In Cello. Bags DELICIOUS APPLES 4ft U.S. No. 1 Red McClures RED POTATOES 10^49? California Sweet Oranges NAVEL ORANGES Delicious Small Six* EMERALD WALNUTS Lb. Lb. Ce(/o. DON'T FORGET! Suteway will meet the lowest advertised price n( rter.v romprtl- t«r - Item bj Item - day by day - In Blythevillc. Quality considered, We reserve the right to limit purchases For Fine Christmas Feasting It Pays to Shop ot Mays! SUGAR Domim : 10 Si 790 1 Kraft's — 1-1 Oz. i 1'kg. Uichtex Golden Q Lb. 0 cin. SALAD DRESSING"!"!' 111 :: ..'<?£ 290 DlfWI SQ Richelieu Yum Yums PEACHES OLEOMARGARfli PU 420 nrflAUCC Hunt's — 2'/z Size rCHvllLO In Heavy Syrup Can 31iss Liberty .... Lb. family Style— 20 Oz. Creme Filled Bag ri Aim Dixie White— OC Lb. &-179 iLvUn Money Back Guarantee tw Bag I Maxwell House Lb. Vacuum Packed Can 2 1-Oz. i « BLACK PEPPER ICECREAM Meilorlne'? ...... 1 Gal. "30 EGGS G de A Mellorine 2 Gal- Guaranteed Fresh Doz. Big Christines PORK CHOPS BEEF ROAST Meat Specials 390 c-Stb.350 u 490 . L,330 GROUND BEEFflruuiul Hourly BACON s!ites&1>ietes it 890 We have a complete stock of Turkeys, Hens, Ducks, Hams and other fine meats at Popular Prices! FRESH PRODUCE .SWEET POTATOES^.. 2 L^..15ft OIIIOMS^ 1 ^?™ 1 !-:...^ ,,,,,150 BANANAS 111 ! 6 2,, )S 250 CRANBERRIES 00 Spn ^ i 230 ORANGES Florida, No. 1 Mainlines T)oz. 290 We Still Have Plenty of ruit and Nuts For Your Christmas Fruit Cake MAYS SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21st Ph. .3-9*10 EBERDT'S GATEWAY GROCERY 2101 Rose St. Extra Fancy TURKEY Ph. 3-3161 Hens - lb.'57c Toms - Ib. 50c Godchaux SUGAR Powie's Plain or Stuffed OLIVES 10 Ib. Jack Sprat GRAPEFRUIT JUICE tr 23< Nabisco HONEY GRAHAMS u 34? 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