The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1953 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1908 BLYTmriLLB (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGB ELSVE5 ROUND-BONE SIRLOIN U the top-quality steak—thick, tender •ml succulent—to warm Dad's heart this cominf Father's D»y, flea/ Treat for Father's Day Dinner Is Juicy Sirloin Steak By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Peer into the secret recesses of i Dad's heart and you'll find the pic- ' ture of a thick, juicy sirloin steak, , rare and pink Inside, richly i] browned outside. : But before you set forth to select the best of all steaks for Fa: ther's Day, remember that the size and shape of the bone in the sirloin is your best guide. That's the advice we get from our stockyard }.•. friends in Chicago. If you want the finest, select a ;,^'double-bone" sirloin. It will have portions of two narrow bones at •' one edge. A "round-bone" sirloin : is also top quality. It will have a •^ small amount of oval bone. Both ; the "double-bone" and "round;- bone" sirloins will be fine-flavored ' and tender, and have little waste ' on them. A sirloin steak with triangular ' or wedge-shaped bone is the most economical cut of sirloin. But it is a less tender steak. It is cut from the section next to the round. The most tender sirloin steak, but one which contans much waste in the form of fat and bone, is the "pin-bone" sirloin. Because It is next to the T-bone or porterhouse, it has both the distinctive T-shaped bone and a large, flat bone. The "pin-bone" sirloin will provide only 2 or 3 servings. Have your steak cut thick, from one to 2 inches, approximately l!/ 2 inches preferred. Plan on a generous IT pound of sirloin steak per serving. Father likes to eat big. Store the steak flat in the refrigerator, loosely wrapned in clean wrapping paper, v ^ ted or aluminum foil and use within 3 to 5 days. Next comes the broil- g. See tomorrow's column for •-complete instructions. What will Dad want with his steak? Generally, men like big baked potatoes, broken open at top, with many pats of butter stuck in them. They are French- DON'T LET BUGS KEEP YOU INDGOES REAL-KILL NOW KILLS DUGS 3-WAYS This modern insecticide kills bugs by contact, ingestion and vapor action. Enjoy this sumrner . . . Keep REAI^KILL handy. DEAF? No* there is no need to let Impaired hearing handicap you in business or in social activities. The new "AUDIO- TONE" Hearing Aid may help you regain the joys of better hearing. This tiny inslrument. has many advanced engineering features, such as its printed circuits which eliminates mast servicing problems, yet has a powerful,beautifully clear and natural tone. "AUDIOTONE" is approved by the American Medical Association. Come in for a FREE demonstration. Kirby Drug Stores Television SERVICE ' ANY MAKE PA Systems (or Sale or Rent PHILCO FACTORY SERVICE Blaylock's N. Ph. 3172 fried potato fans, too. since you con get quick - frozen Prenoh- frieds that cook easily in the oven, it's no trouble to indulge this masculine preference. Don't Guess In Gravy-Making Measure Carefully For Best Results Never measure ingredients for gravy? Guessing might be a safe system for the experienced cook, but for the bride or novice in the kitchen this may prove all too disappointing, Good brown gravy is more than just an accompaniment. It is made from the extracted fats and juices of the meat and is an excellent way of extending the meat's flavor. According to home economist- Reba Stages, for best results in brown gravy u?e these proportions: 2 tablespoons of drippings, 3 tablespoons flour, and salt and pepper to taste for each cup of liquid. In mixing, add the flour, salt and pepper to the drippings in the frying-pan or roasting pan on the range. Stir for about 3 minutes, until the flour is nicely browned. Then add the liquid and stir constantly, cooking until of the thickness desired. One sure method of preventing lumps is to do this; Place l /z cup of water in a jar with a tight fitting cover. Add the flour, then shake the jar vigorously. When well mixed, add to the drippings in the pan and proceed in the regular manner. Onion Is Vegetable Queen For Father's Day Dinner Glamor Added To Leftovers Leftover meat and gravy takes on glamor when you serve it in a hearty 1 corn bread ring. CORN 1 BREAI? RING Ingredients: ] 3 cup sifted flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, l',i teaspoons salt, l'/4 cups' yellow corn meal, 2 eggs, m cups milk. Vi cup j butter or margarine (melted). Method: Sift together flour, baking powder, •salt and corn meal. Beat! e?gs enough to combine yolks and • whites; add milk and melted butter and beat enough to combine. Add to dry ingredients, mixing with rotary beater until there are no lumps. Pour into well fireased 9-inch ring mold; .batter will be thin. Bake in hot (400F) oven 25 minutes or until corn bread shrinks from sides of mold. Turn out and fill with 3 cups of diced leftover meat that has been heate with !!•; cups gravy. Makes 6 ser'ings. By GATNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Men like onions. Fried, French- fried, stuffed or raw onions, that's what the boys order when they are on their own. So include them :n your surprise Father's Day dinner if you want to please your particu- onlon-eater. top of each onion and then parboil Steak and onions — that's always a prize winner. Just peel 4 medium onions and slice. Heat about 1% tablespoons of butter or meat drippings in frying pan and cook onions slowly — very slowly until delicately brown. Turn with a fork gently while cooking and if necessary add more fat. Salt delicately. Serve either on steak or in hot side dish. French-fried onion rings, crisp and flavorful, will make Dad purr with satisfaction. Use large sweet onions, the Bermuda type. Slice into about J /4-inch pieces and separate each slice into rings. Stand them in ice water until thoroughly chilled, then drain and dip in milk. Next drain and dredge with flour. Fry in deep, hot fat, only a few at a time. Drain on unglazed paper and sprinkle'with salt. Onions stuffed with fluffy mashed potatoes and cheese or with ham and bread crumbs are wonderful eating for Father's Day and any other day. Friends in Maryland recommend this recipe: Savory Stuffed Onions (Serves 6) Six medium-io-iarge onions, % cup chopped hani, '/2 cup soit bread crumbs, pepper to taste, Vz teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon fat, enough fine, dry bread crumbs to cover onions, and Yz cup milk. First remove a slice from the the onions until almost, but not quite, tender. Drain and remove the centers, so that the onions are in the form of 6 little cups. Chop the onion that was scooped out and combine ulih it the ham tfA soft bread crumbs. Then add seasoning and fat and refill the onion cups. Place them in a baking dish, cover with the fine, dry bread crumbs, acici the milk, and bake ) until tender in a hot oven (400 to j 450 degrees F.I. brown on nil sides and heated through. For a final touch, slip a maraschino cherry on the ends of each skewer. Small try love toasted bread cubes in a cream soup, under a poached egg or as a base for creamed vegetables, meut or fish. To prepare the cubes, cut soft bread into small squares. Arrange the cubes on a cookie sheet and place in o slow jcrvt;, RONCO . , spaghetti • macaroni "';• pure egg noodles Summer Treat Prepared with Meat in a Can Simplify dinner on a summer's day. Serve your family tempting luncheon moat cubes en brochette ! prepared wiili ihai handy can of; luncheon loaf from your kitchen i shelf. j For six servings you need only j one 12-ounce •can of this meat, Simply cut the loaf into 1 inch cubes. Then using metal or wooden skewers, first thread with a luncheon cube »nd follow with « pineapple chunk and a cooked i pitted prune. Repeat until the I skewers are filled. | According to the meat expert I Reba Stages, to broil, place the j meat en brochette on your broiler | racit and insert the pan so that trie I top surface of the meat is 2 to 3 inches from ihe heat. Brush generously with melted butter or margarine. Then heat until the meat is lightly browned on one side. Turn and continue broiling until B.E4T THE HEAT .. ":.. REAL-KILL REG. 24.95 VALUE LIMITED QUANTITY • Full 8-portion Capacity • Solid Brass Drain Spout for Safe and Easy Draining • Automatic —Thermostatically Controlled • Signal Light Indicator • Extra-large Fryer Basket with Detachable Handle • Sparkling White Enamel with Chrome Trim and Lid • Listed by Underwriters Laboratories • One-Year Unconditional Guarantee "LIFE-SAVER" Tubeless Tire • Seolt punctures. • Protects agointt blowoutf. • Defiei tkidt. 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