The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 19
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 7, 1930
Page 19
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, I'JdO. ·THE · KITCMCN CABINET £ }**«. Ww«««iM«mq«p«r Union.) ton* of fri«nd »h»ll fall: oT»r tb* or fo« w of Th» Of words of blairn, or proof of thu» *od 00, t,»t somctblac KOO« b* MtM. set-half PIQUANT BUTTERS "Hunger in the bast sance," we aD know, and good *weit bread and batter la at way* a feast for the hungry. But for Appetttft that iweds stimulating, the** butter* will help th« tickling of the palate: Herb Butter.-- Mix one- half cupful of butter with one :«aapoonfol of chopped fresh parsley, teupoonful of powdered savory, on* teaspoonfal of letooa juice, one-half teanpoonful of salt, eme-Jourth teanpooo ful of white pepper. Keep In a cool place. Nice Reeved over lamb chops or ·teak. Pimento Butter. -- Ma*h' te a palp four pimentos, then press through a »l9T%, add one-half cupful of butter and one-half gram pepper finely Minced. Mix and u»a aa needed. Horseradish Butter. -- Take one-half cupful of fresh butter and add one tnbteepoonfnl of fi esh grated borae- rndlah. Mix well -with a fork and add one tablegpoonful of minced parsley. Put Into a Jar and keep In a cool place This Is very 'good with fish. Gr«en Butter. -- TaUe a small grewn onion, four sprigf, of parsley, two tranche* of pfppcr grass or water- ereeo, one-half cupful of butter, one · nd one-half teaspoonfals of salt and one-hnlf saltspoonful of cayenne pepper. MH we)] all but the butter, then add the butter and mix again and pas* through a sieve Into a bowl. Place In a cool place until required for use Creole Butter. -- Take one-half cnp- fnl of butter, two galtspoonfuis of ground mustard, two teaspoonfnl* of vinegar, two t«a*poon fills of Worcestershire satica, on»-fourtb teaspoonfu! of salt, one-fourth teaspoonful of cayenne, two hatd cooked egg yolka; mash the yolks and mix well all the ' Ingredient* together Bacon or Ham Butter. -- Fry thin j nllces of lean ham or bacon, drain and pound to a paste on a meat board or In a mortar. Add enough butter to make a smoor.h paste. To tivo tablespoonfuls of the paste add one teaspoonful of horseradish or mustard. Hunter Is Wounded by Goose He Had Killed San Kraiicisco, -- W. V. Speedy of Pittsbuig, Calif., killed n goose, but: the goose had its revenge. It shot off Speedy'* left hand. Speedy, with e group of companion*, had bagged several geese and wa* about to quit the hunt recently whea a flock sailed overhead. Speedy flre«J and one goose fell. It dropped Into a neighborly blind, striking the trigger of aBOih«r hunter's gnu and discharging n. The charge tore off Speedy'a hand. Robin ·' Crucifixion The old belief that the robin will sing ue«*r the window of a dying person is founded on a legend which tells bow the bird perched on the Cross when oar Iord was dying, and tried to comfort His last moments with its gong. It is salt! to have got Its red breast from the blood which came, from the wounds as it endfavored ·rmlnly to pick t h e crown of thorns from Hi» head NOAH =-)FTHe COAI- WAS WET, WOUI-D »T MAKB THE STove Mres M A.HOOITOM BCTT3V|l.tJI OHI DBA1S NOAH- 1 -*V^HEN i s DOHS -TOE PACKAftlT M-K e. MONTVII.«JS Co MM' D»rA« *«o D^ DAUbY CUUBlUJri, UUNNJO-djSVJL) r JIM5IY MUBPHY » CERTAtNV-T LOOi. »N TH»S» OUTFIT, BUT 1 NK/OM'T OUT-POORS IF THE TRMAXT OFF\( ER ME ,. HOOWK-f, AND PlOd ME UP'. A L.APK. CM HAIR A DIFFERENT WAV, VU_ 1UT ON THBL -THAT'S-1N THE- THfe. OH NOW ON ^4IOBOT' TO THIN^ THAT I'M TOUR. WO, » THK-C VV6NT Symftcxtr inr. Grat BrIUIn rfgkl THAT LITTLE TJ UNO CALLED A ^ or APPLC ffS IT'IE THAT COUMTS AND THE ^'^ESrs THE RIGHT SUSL- OP ONift *CHr WEEP'CNS ONE OP THE OCt'S TT2OM THE" fiOl-O«n fcPOOM CJUOG UUT ME rr--(fs A cuo3 SOKK GAM A SWELL MOV1K TiruC THAT'D MAKE/ SAP V4HO HAS KMER A COHS-AMS CAN MAKE IF Mes GOSM \MfTH A CO-D SPCOI^ 1M HIS NCOT d IME Mt M \«lTH THE (KMtlHOCII ETTA KETT By PAUL BOBDTSO9 TIJK Tl rot TOTHTO. Gavt\~to TWAT Se»cN\ LUCE. TW : OLAD MOO*. UNCCRSTAHD AT ARE or CXD BOM'S WOW S AMD 3O\HGOH ACDUHD MOUR- Of TVE AKOUHO BIG S1STEB. KIOl CLOSE Bj LES FOBtiBATE. OT TO MONE.V AM MAKE. CDUNJT TlL DAO co rr BOTTME A^)su)e{ i. I'M 6ORRV tbcioserroar EVERV GET5 iv«e AtURJL 6AO SO COOK). HAVE WOC»HT D 6UT QUO AU' OEFE-D. RDOCATO ·See voo/ FELIX THE « ' Wf f _ . . Moo-e2A,v'. I've "MAP vviuu. V.H.A.O Me. TO TKC. TVt)rtt OP- » r TWE. R1C1- EST CAT IM ! l*u- Buy "CAP" YEH--WB F DOES SHE BO THAT! EAT TOO , HE'9 / l-rt L.*sMtV, SVCVC / THKf / STUFF vO^TV. r NOW \r yowo owe V rr TO you HT nr°^. WOULD, T'O?

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