THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN A NOTABLE New Yeir's Eve buffet Ii provided by »n untutul item. Pickle Shrimp Ribbll. Serve tout squuet lot dunkinr. Pickle Delight Rabbit Should Delight Guests By GAY.NOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor For that New Year's Eve gather- Ing as 1956 comes in, try this dunking Idea for pickle shrimp rabbit. Mrs. Walter Price, wife of a professor at the University of Kentucky, gave It to us. It's her favorite recipe for an informal New Year's Eve get-together. Also, she •ays, it Is delightfully piquant and easy to prepare. Pickle Shrimp Rabbit (Makes 6 servings) Two 10-ounce cans frozen cream of shrimp soup, !£ cup milk, 4 cups graced processed Swiss j cheese (about 1 pound), 2-3 cup chopped sweet pickles, toast cubes. . Combine frozen soup and milk and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, until soup is melted. Add cheese and pickles and cook, stirring constantly, until cheese Is melted. ,To serve, garnish with sliced sweet pickles, if desired. Serve with toast cubes. Holiday Buffet Sandwiches (Makes 6 Servings) One-quarter cup butter or margarine, U cup all-purpose flour, V 4 teaspoon salt, \' K teaspoon pepper, 2 cups turkey or chicken stock. '2 egg yolks, slightly beaten; >/ 2 cup chopped sweet mixed pickles, 2 tablespoons pickle liquid, y 4 cup light cream, 0 large slices turkey, ! 12-ounc« package frozen broccoli, cooked according to package di- Bake a Baba for Christmas By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated I'ress Food Editor A FRENCH BABA AU RHUM makes a delightful Christmas dessert. Prepared with yeast, this cake has an airy texture that benefits from the apricot syrup that is poured over it. For holiday serving it is accompanied with whipped cream and glaceed fruit. Your family may like it so much they'll want it to be a tradition — along With Plum Pudding and Mincemeat Pie. CHRISTMAS BABA Ingredients: \\ cup milk, J /t cup butter, 1/4 cup water, 1 package active dry yeast or 1 cake compressed yeast, 2 egg yolks, ft cup sugar, 1 egg, !/ 2 teaspoon grated lemon peel, I 3 i cups flour, 2 tablespoons dried currants, Apricot Syrup Method; Scald milk; add butter and blend. Cool to lukewarm. Measure water into a small cup; use warm water (about 105 degrees) for active dry yeast; use lukewarm water (about 95 degrees ) for compressed yeast. Sprinkle or crumble in yeast. Stir until dissolved. Beat egg yolks in a mixing bowl. Gradually add sugar. Vigorously beat in the whole egg. Add milk and yeast mixtures and the lemon peel. Stir in flour and beat until smooth. Cover and let batter rise for 3'/a hours in a warm place free from draft. SUr down: mix in currants. Spoon into a large well-greased ring mold. Let rise uncovered until doubled In bullk. Bake at 350 degrees 40 to 45 minutes or until a cake tester comes out clean. Remove cake from pan and cool on a rack. Carefully pour Apricot Syrup over cake. Return cake to mold for several hours to marinate. Aprtcot Syrup: Combine " 2 cup sugar and % cup apricot juice in a saucepan. Simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in 1 teaspoon lemon juice and, if you rections; 6 slices buttered toast, salt. Melt butter of margarine: add flour, 1/4 teaspoon salt and pepper. Blend well. Gradually add stock, and cook over low heat, stirring] constantly, until thickened. Add a! little sauce to egg yolks and blend; add to remaining sauce and cook over low heat 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Add pickles, pickle liquid and cream; mix well. Arrange turkey and broccoli on toast; sprinkle with salt. Serve with sauce. Try This Foreign Recipe This Is Nice Way to Serve Leftover Beef Nice way to use leftover roast beef! Ingredients: 2 cups ground leftover roast beef (put through medium blade of food chopper and packed down when measuring), 1 cupj mashed potatoes, ! i cup finely die- j ed onion, 'i teaspoon dry mustard, j Bait, pepper, U cup, light cream or j top milk, 2 tablespoons rendered [ beef suet, chili sauce. I Method: Mix together roast beef [ potatoes and onion. Sprinkle with mustard, salt and pepper to taste, and light cream; mix well again. Heat rendered suet in iron skillet | ,(8 or 9 Inches); spread beef mixture over bottom of pan; cook slowly un- • til browned on bottom. i Divide into manageable portions; and turn each section with • wide I spatula so as to brown remaining j side lightly. Serve with chili sauce ; Makes 4 servings. ; Like foreign-type recipes? 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FRENCH HOLIDAY RECIPES If you want more French Influence in your kitchen this holiday, you will do well to look up a little cookbook called "Cooking for Christmas" by Charlotte Turgeon (Oxford University Press, New York). Mrs. Turgeon learned some of the secrets of foreign cuisines when, living abroad with her college-professor husband, she studied at a famous French cooking school. There are menus and recipes not only for Christmas dinners but for buffet and open-house parties during the holidays. A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT IKIMKI1 k MACARONI-SPAGHETTI A runt «so NOOoits ^g frozen condensed cream of shrimp soup, 1 pnchnB (10 ounces) frozen grces peas, 'i cup water, 6 strips crisply cooked bacon, 1 can (3'.4 ounces) trench-fried noodles, chutney. Method: Stand can of frozen soup in very hot water for 3 to 5 minutes .so contents can be easily r?- .moved. Place frozen peas in '/i cup water in a 1- to 2-quart saucepan. Bring quickly to a boil, separat- hasten thawing. 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