The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1953 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1053 WBS& JLed& Waterless Cookery Saves Vegetable Health Value Usually Poured Off CALIFORNIA VEGETABLE PLATE— Fresh vegetables from the fit Wt?t 'combined wilh dressing makes a salad that's a meal in itself. Florida Refrigerator Timbales Are Tangy Addition to Picnic By GAYNOR MADDOX Ni:.\ Food and Markets Editor Forty miles south of Tampa, In Bradenton, you'll find refrigerated timbales, a tansy version of hard-cooked egg salad. Mrs, O. Murdaugh is t he housewife there who invented them. Here's one of her pnrty menus: refrigerator timbales, sandwiches, watermelon wedges and bottled soft drinks. The timbales tire appetizing. Spic.es, chives and the use of cola carbonated beverage give them tial character. For sandwiches ,o .serve with it, Mrs. Murdaugh 'nvors simple spreads on the salty siuV. softened (-ream cheese blended with ground -salted nuts, or ream cheese blended with an- ; chovy or shrimp paste. ! The sandwiches may be cut out ; nth slar-shnped cookie cutters, •lave the soft drinks icy cold— they're always wonderful hot- wcaUiev thirst quenchers. Refrigerator Timhales ,(6 or 8 servings) Two-thirds cup mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons salt, 2 teaspoons dry mustard, '/ 8 teaspoon black pepper, ] / 8 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 tablespoon vinegar, iy 2 cups colii soft drink, I 1 ,;, tablespoons unfa- vored gelatine, 0 hard-cooked cpgs, '•• cup minced celery, \'« cup chopped stuffed olives, 14 cup minced green pepper, 3 tablespoons chopped chives or onion. Stir Kpict's and vinegar into mayonnaise. Slowly blend in l cup of the coin beverage. Sprinkle gelatin on remaining '/z cup of beverage, etir to moisten, then heat over boiling water until gleaUne has completely dissolved. Stir Into dressing mixture. Reserve a slice of hard-cooked egg to garnish each portion. Crumble remaining yolks Into dressing. Stir in minced celery, olives, green pepper and chives. Chill until slightly thickened, but do not set, then chop and fold in ;g whites. Pack into 6 • 8 oiled custsrd cups and chill until firm. To serve: unmold, top with slice of egg and whole stuffed olives, securing with tontlipick or miniature flag. Note; To serve as a soft salad on greens, reduce gelatine to 1 tablespoon. Stir once or twice aft- removing from refrigerator if gelatine has set. Cool, Rich Mocha Drink Makes Good Dessert This coo! rich mocha drink makes a wonderful dessert. Mocha Ice-Cream Float Ingredients: '/' cup sugar, 6 tablespoons cocoa, dash of salt, 1 cup boiling water, 4 teaspoons Instant- coffee powder. 2 tablespoons hot water, 6 cups milk, 1 pint coffee ice cream. Method: Mix sugar, cocoa and salt In saucepan. Stir in boiling water. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until smooth. Bring to boil; boil gently 1 minute. Remove trom heat. Dissolve coffee powder m hot water; stir into cocoa mixture. Stir in 1 cup of milk; add to remaining milk . Mix well; chill. At serving time divide Ice cream In 6 glasses; 1111 glasses with mocha-milk mixture. Serve with iced-tea spoons and str&ws, or spoon-sipere. Makes 6 Carvings. Here's a handy guide to size when you use strained or junior baby foods In cooking. The ils-mmce size yields V-i cup; the 8-ounce size yields 1 cup. »erve RONCO spaghetti • macaroni pure egg noodles Quick supper clLsli: Bake four potatoes and split. Heat a can of spaghetti sauce with meat ondpour over ths potatoes. Serve with a tossed green salaff. The groundhog, or woodchuck, is common in eastern Unites States and Canada from sea level to near the tops of the highest mountains. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't Oe embarrassed Dy loose falsa ill slipping, dropping or wobbHns en yon cat. talk or laugh. Just. inkle s\ little FASTEETH on your les This pleasant powder Rives a marfcablt- sense of added comfort and . urlty by holding plates more firm-,i| ly No gummy, Rooey pasty taste or fe dnR. It's alkaline inon-acld). GeC . FASTESTH ftt any drug store. f By GATNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Around Salinas, Calif., (hey talk of the good food Mrs. K. R. Nutting serves at, her party luncheons End dinners Her husband is a vegetable grower and she knows the art of waterless cookery. "Don't throw away your fresh vegetable money in the cooking water," Mrs. Nutting advises. "Half a cup of water is enough in & covered saucepan. Simmer slowly until tender and serve with the Juice." Her dinner menu: Sliced cold meat, summer vegetable plate, cloverleaf rolls, butter or rnarga-1 rine, honeydew melon with cheese balls, crackers, coffee, milk. Summer Fresh Vegetable Plate One-fourth pound whole snap beans, cooked, % cup French dressing, 6 small whole, carrots, cooked, 1 head endive, li 5-ouhce Jar smoky cheese, 3 small tomatoes, 3 bunches scallions, cooked, 2 cups eggplant, "caviar," 1 cup | cauliflower flowerettes, cookei Iceberg lettuce. Marinate all cooked vegetable In French dressing, for 1 hou: Stuff endive leaves with chec.se Feel tomatoes if desired, and cu Into eighths — cutting almost n the way through, but leaving BDC tions Joined at the bottom. Arrang * tomato "flower" in center «ach plate. Stuff with the "egg plant caviar " Arrange other vege tables in lettuce cups n round th tomatoes. Serve with cold meai chicken, ham, luncheon meat, o beef. Serves 6. Vegetables have approximate!; 96 calories per serving-, cheese ap proximately 44 calories per serv ing, French dressing approximate iy 118 calories per serving, nm "caviar" approximately 201 calories per serving. Eggplant "Caviar" One small eggplant, 3 tomatoes peeled and chopped, 1 tea.spoor fcalt, J /z teaspoon ground black pep per, 3 cloves garlic, Va cup salnc oil, I large onion, finely chopped Wrap eggplnnl in foil or greascc wax paper. Bnke in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) until very tender or about 1 hour. Cool and peel Place salt In wooden bowl. Crush garlic Into solt until pulpy. Acid onion, tomatoes, eggplant and pepper. Chop until very fine, adding i oil gradually. Chill until very TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kitty Drug Stores 'Wishing Around Arkansas "*' BYJOEMARSH -iLJy^&se-^o- r*% FISHING... A La Robin Hood" Cleaning a lake of alligator gar to save the fishing has been going on a long time. Then somebody got an idea to make a sport of it and. started using deep sea tackle. Now the sportsmen have really put gar fishing in the novel class by taking them with bow and arrow. The annual Bow and Arrow Gar Hunt on Maddox Bny in Monroe Counly is going to have one goggle-eyed spectator, if it doesn't draw another soul. Leave it to some Arkansas fishermen to take a sport out of the run-of- the-mill class. The American brewers who make beer and ale produce a. beverage that is also above the run-of-the-mill class. Made ot the finest ingredients obtainable and marketed by good merchants, beer is a part of the American way of living. And the brewers, 109, have been working (or n long time to see that a fine product is sold in legal, clean and wholesome surroundings. You'll be up in the Clouds FRESH DRESSED FRYERS SALMON LEROY'S MEAT SPECIALS Tray Pock SLICED BACON - • ib. 59c 29c Shrimp Cocktail Top Meai Opener This really snappy first course will delight your family and guests. SHRIMP COCKTAIL Ingredients: 1 pound medium- size shrimp (cooked and cleaned), shredded lettuce, J /2 cup catchup, 1 tablespoon prepared horseradish, 1 tablespoon pickle relish, 2 ten- spoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. 2 teaspoons finely chopped scallion, (including some of green top). Method: Arrange shrimp on shredded lettuce on individual plates. Mix remaining ingredients. Spoon catchup sauce over shrimp. Makes 4 large or 6 small servings. 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Utley Lumber Company Wesrbrook Machine Shop A Complete Line of Paris and master Mowers — Sales & Service DISTRIBUTOR—Arkansas Grocer Co., Inc.—Phone 4505 Large Cans PETMiLK 3 for 41U CRACKERS , 230 Hunts Brand Goldcrcst CATSUP 14M .190 CHEESE 2, bs 690 Scollies 4 Ib. Carton 290 PURE LARD 690 — -- ,„ ' Delhaven FOIL 290-590 IIIHEGAR „.390 TISSUE Reynolds Aluminum Coca-Colas rrisc PRODUCE Large Size Large, Crisp LEMONS ,„ 250 CELERY 2 Mo 250 ,„ 120 CORN ,,, 50 Fresh ,150 PEflCKES ; Fresh Crowder PEAS PEAS' .150 POTATOES 10 .480 New Red SAVE BY SHOPPING AT RICHARDSON*

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