The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1953 · Page 14
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PACE FOURTEEN Western-Born Potato Salad Is He-Man Dish By GAYN'OR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Summer food may be cold, if you like, but it must satisfy the year-'round appetite. Our Los Angeles friend. Helen E. Goodrich, wise in hospitality, serves these he-man salads In hot weather: He-Man Potato Salad (Serves fi) One and one-half cups sliced fresh mushrooms, 6 tablespoons olive oil, 4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, Vi CU P minced, onion, 1 teaspoon salt, I ,'K teaspoon black pepper, 2 tuips sliced cooked potatoes, cup shredded raw carrots, 1,2 cup shredded celery, 2 cups diced tongue, 2 hard-cooked eggs, iceberg lettuce, mayonnaise dressing. Saute mushrooms gently in olive oil until tender. Let cool slightly. Add lemon juice, onion, salt and pepper. Let stand until cold. Combine potatoes, carrots, celery and tongue. Pour mushroom mixture over all and marinate for at least an hour. Serve, garnished with sliced, hard-cooked eggs on bed of iceberg lettuce. Mayonnaise may be served if desired. Note — Other cold, cooked meat —such as ham, beef, lamb or canned luncheon meat may be substituted. So may chicken, turkey or fish. Approximately 326 ralonrs i per serving. One tablespoon muy- I onnxiise dressing equals 100 calories. Vegetable-Potato Salad (Serves (i) One cup shredded cabbage, '•> cup chopped celery, two-thirds cup cooked fresh peas, :( .j ctip cooked fresh snap beans. l {, f:\n> chopped scullions, including green tops, 4 cups cooked cubed poialm-s, i tup mayonnaise, one-third cup milk, l|/2 teaspoons salt, >« leaspopn black pepper, ','1 teaspoon powdered dry mustard, cabbage, paprika. Combine vegetables. Thin mayonnaise with milk, t if it homemade mayonnaise Is Used, this it not necessary).. Add salt, pepper and mustard. Mix well with the vegetables. May be served in "bowl" hollowed out of a medium-sized head o r . cabbage (red or green). Sprinkle with paprika. Approximately 344 calories per serving. GEM- noted UKE WEDDING RING COOKIES arc the creation of a Mississippi home economist lor June brides of the nation. BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NOTICE OF PETITION TO ANNEX TKKIHTOKy Notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed in the County Court for the Chiclcasawba District of Misy'S'tppi County. A»k;ui- '{i", by Russell K. Man*. Marguerite W. M'UT. his wil'n; J. H. Marr. Jr., .Vary Kaihryn Mart', his wife-; G. E. Snick'i- and Bill McCaughey. who are the owners of the property mentioned here in, for the annexation of the following: property to Hi*,' city of Blytheville, Arkansas; Bemnnini,' on the present e.orpo- r.iu; line'oi Blylhe.ville. hi the north line of Hardin Street, at a point which is 50 feet north of the northeast corner of lot No. 2, block N Y o. 5, (if (lie Country Club Area Addition 'o Hlythcville ,and running thence north 703 1'cet, .to the south line of Marr Avenue; • thence west along the .'-•oiith line of Marr Avenue, 230 feet I TO point ol intersection with pres- i fiu corporate line of Blytheviiie; | thence south kms present corpor- } are.; line, to point of intersection THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1955 Wedding-Ring Cookies Timely For the summer bride, or bride of) bowl. Add flour and Coffee Cake Uses Pancake Mix Juicy Blueberries Add Zest to Quick And Easy Menu Idea Now Is the abundant season, tor plump and juicy blueberries. New Jersey is one of the biggest producers. So we stopped off in Tenn- fly, N. J., to get some ideas from Mrs. R. M. Shultz. She gathers the berries frorn her own back-yard patch and is known for miles for her way with them. Mrs. Shultz's most famous recipe Is for blueberry coffee cake. She makes It quickly with a speedy pancake ready-mix and says you can use fresh, quick-frozen or canned fruit; for it's the blueberry flavor that counts. The blueberries permeate the batter in baking and Rive a fresh fruit flavor that's delightful. Break off a piece and spread with butter. It fairly melts in your mouth. Mrs. Shultz'K recipe is about the best we've ever tasted. Good luck with it. Blueberry Coffee Cake (Wakes one 8-lnch square) Two cups pancake ready-mix, 1 teaspoon nutmeg, !i cup sugar. 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 egg (beaten). Hi cups milk, 2 tablespoons melted shortening, 1 cup blueberries, drained. Mix together pancake ready-mix, nutmeg, sugar and lemon rind. Add beaten egg and milk: fold in melted shortening. Spread batter in a greased 8-inch-square pan. Sprink- kle blueberries over the batter. Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees P.) 20 to 25 minutes. Serve warm with whipped cream for dessert, or warm with butter i for coffee cake. Blueberry Muffins (Makes 12 muffins) Two cups pancake ready-mix, !j cup sugar, 1 egg (beaten), !>£ cups milk, 2 tablespoons melted short- enlng, 1 cup fresh or frozen blu»- berrles, drained. Mi xtogether pancake ready-mix I and sugar; add beaten egg and ' milk, stirring lightly until com- i bined. Fold in melted shortening) and blueberries. Pill greased muffin pans 2-3 full and bake in a hot oven (435 degrees F.) 15 to 25 minutes. Snap Beans Get- New Flavor Via This Method— Snap beans take on delectable new flavor when prepared this interesting way. HUNGARIAN SNAP BEAN'S Ingredients: 1 pound snap IMSVMR. K to 1 cup boiling water, salt, 2 tablespoons butler ,or margarine, 2 tablespoons lemon juice. 1 teaspoon poppy seeds, pepper. Method: cut ends from snap beans; scrub in cold water with vegatajie brush; drain. Cut beans in thin strips lengthwise nnd then In about ',•. inch pieces. Add ',', teaspoon of boiling water and ndd teaspoon salt to boiling water and cook quickly, covered, until just tender crisp. Drain off any sinjill Amount of liquid In pun. Add butter or margarine, lemon puice and poppy seeds; mix until butter molts. .Add salt and pepper to tastes. Makes -1 to 5 servings. ' any other time, here's a new idea —Wc'ddiiitf-ftintf Cookies, colorful [and festive, foi the guests to take | home packed like real gem-en' riched rinjjs in small white boxes tied with ribbon. iMisrthu Stewart Tupper, cnnii.'.s from Fayef.te, Miss., near Natchez, originated the idea. She's a noted American home economist, Miss Tupper says that even if you've never made cookies before, you'll manage (hese Wedding-Ring Cookies successfully. You just add water and a little flour to the basic cookie mix to make the dough. The centers cut out to make the ring shapes will make little extra cookies to decorate attractively for the we.tldin»-cookie tray. Tea or coffee is all that is needed to complete thf.se novel homemade wedding refreshments, but If you wish to serve more, add ice cream or little assorted tea .sandwiches. Wedding-King Souvenir Cookies (1 do/en cookies) One 14 - ounce package cookie .mix. J , s cup .sifted all-purpose, flour, Vi cup \vann water. Empty cookie mix into mixing with Hie south line of Lot No. < Ulotk No. 2. ul the Country Club Area of Blytheville, Arkansas; thence cast along present covpora'.c line, 40 feet; Alienee south alons present corporate line, 285 feet to point of intersection with north lint' of Hardin Street; thence east along pn"cnt corporate line and alonR north line of Hardin Street, 190 leet to the point of beginning. Dated at Blytheville, Arkansas on this (itli day of July, 1953. Marcus Evrard, Attorney for Petitioner 7J9-I6-2' DON'T LET BUGS KEEP YOU INDOORS Colored Dressing Enhances Salad This pretty frnvnet-colored dve:-s- Inc adds just, Mir riphL taiiR to a salad of svich fruits as bananas. melon and born'r.s. Currant Jelly Dressing Ingredients: '•; cup run-nut Jelly, 2 tablespoons wine vinegar, 3 tablespoons snltid of!, salt. Method: Beat- currant jolly with fork to break up; beat in wine vinegar. If not smooth, place in small saucepan over moderately low heat and stir until jelly dissolves; remove from heat; cool. Add salad oil aad clash of salt. Bent until combined. Makes about, :< i eitn- Serve \vil.h it salad of such fruits as bananas, melon and berries. Circus REAL-KILl NOW KILLS BUGS 3-WAYS Roll out. on floured board or pastry cloth to ',,-inch thickness. Cut. mil. j This modern insecticide kills bugs by contact. inj;es- tion and vapor action. Enjoy this summer . . . Keep REAL-KILL handy. dough into 2-ine.ll rounds. Cut out j center of rounds with a who round cutler. Press silver I islJff Will Be Here All Day SalurdayJulylB Use rounds cut out of centers as dditional cookies. Bnke on an un- renscd baking sheet in a moder- cookies with a pastry tube, making thfse (liscom y tubes nndlii- 's Pills today! an edging of miniature peaks of llootis For IPi® If licMi Pepsi-Cola is tlie modern, the light refreshment... light, dry (not too sweet), No Guesswork! cow.i Jor Sealed! reduced in calories CARNATION What's your Biggest value in flavor-ricJi goodnes \/uick 'n easy io cook . . . while, tender, fluffy rice . . . in just a fe\v minutes! Beautiful, tempting, delicious.' Always cooks up crisp and delicious because it's sliced fresh daily? Mou/... lu/o Sizes i Goody Evergood says: The Light Refreshment PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE

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