The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1955 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Purple Plums Go We// Wi'i/i Salmon Steaks By GAYNOK MA 1)1)OX NEA Food and Markets Editor Broiled salmon steaks take on new Interest , and dellclousnesa when served with a remarkable plum sauce. The sweet and sour sauce combines canned purple plums with vinegar, sweet pickle relish and celery and the recipe comes from Helen O'Neill of State College, Pa. Church, girl scout work and caring for her family never interfere with Mrs. O'Neill's interest In good food. Salmon Steaks with Plum Sauce (Makes 4 servings) Two pounds salmon steak, cut %-tnch thick, salt and pepper, but: ter or margarine, melted; 1 No. 2'/ 2 can purple plums, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 2 teaspoons cornstarch, '/ 4 cup vinegar, '/ H cup sweet pickle .relish, 1 stalk celery, cut in 1-inch pieces. Sprinkle salmon with salt and pepper; brush with butter or margarine. Broil 3 Inches from source of heat 7 to 10 minutes on each side, or until fish flakes easily with fork. Meanwhile, drain plums and reserve Vi CU P syrup; pit plums. Combine sugar and cornstarch. Add vinegar, relish, celery and syrup. Cook over medium heat until thickened and clear, stirring constantly. Add plums and heat to serving temperature. Serve with salmon. Swordfish with Purple Plums (Makes 4 servings) One No. 2M( can purple plums, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, !/ a teaspoon grated lemon rind, ! /4 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons sherry, if desired; 1 y z pounds swordfish, skinned and cut in serving pieces; salt and pepper, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted. Drain plums and reserve cups syrup. Pit plums. Combine plums, syrup, lemon juice, rind and '/i teaspoon salt. Heat to boiling point. Remove from heat and add sherry if desired. Meanwhile, sprinkle fish with salt and pepper; brush with butter or margarine. Broil 3 to 4 inches from source of heat 8 to 12 minutes, or until browned and flakes easily with a fork. Serve with plum sauce. EBERDT'S GATEWAY GROCERY 2101 Rot« St. FRESH PORK NECK BONES • FRESH PORK ROAST • • FRESH PORK PICNICS - - FRESH PORK STEAK - - Phont 3-3161 - - Ib. 10* - lb.39< lb.49* : KING : COTTON i HICKORY SIWOKEB BACON KING COTTON SLICED BACON Tray Pack Lb. KING COTTON WEINERS Cello. Pack Lb. 45< 70 oz. Jar 46 oz. can 1ST JACK SPRAT APPLE JELLY JACK SPRAT ORANGE JUICE JACK SPRAT DILL PICKLES - - - qf. 30c JACK SPRAT SAUERKRAUT • - 2cans25< LIPTON'S VEGETABLE SOUP - pkg. 14c BELLE MEADE CRACKERS - - BELLE MEADE TURNIPS - - - - L5* RUTABAGA OTTER COOKIES - pkg,29< GOLDEN ANANAS - - - Ib. 10< ,1 | : • Lower Pricei • Self Strvict • Plenty of Free Forking Room Ib. 19c Behind Scenes at the Bake-Off By CECILY KKOWNSTONE Associated Press Food Kdllur WE NOT ONLY watched the 100 !lnalists performing at their ranges at the Plllsbury bake-off, but wo not a special dispensation lo go behind the scenes and see for ourselves how the contest was |udged Never have we seen seven of our colleagues 7—newspaper and magazine food editors—work more conscientiously! In between gulps of clam broth, consomme and coffee, nibbles of celery and crackers, thes'j senior division judges tasted ana re-tasted, classified and re-classified, ai they evaluated the dishes that came into the judging room. Down the line they went through main dishes, breads, cakes .cookies, pies and other desserts—taste buds weighted down with the responsibility of handing out 139,000 :n cash prizes. Judges Veronica Volpe (Pittsburgh Poet Gazette) and Dorothy Kirk (Woman's Home Companion) hovered over the cakes. We noted them carefully cutting a slice from one that was still warm. Then they announced no more slices could be cut for the present: it would not be fair to judge the taste and texture of that particular type of cake unless it was cut when cold. Grace White (Family Circle), six-time Bake-Off judge, wa itwinkle with delight as she noted the inviting glaze on a shiny yeast roll, the fine upstanding crust on a pie. "Our ladies are learning the how's and why's!" we heard her say. Myrna Johnston (Better Homes and Gardens) had an eye cocked, too, for the shape of things. "Half the trick In preparing food is to make It look good," Myrna emphasized. Esther Kimme! (Better Living Magazine) had her mind bent or. flavor and originality. Violet Faulkner (Washington Star) was quick to note a regional specialty. And Clem Paddleford (New York Herald-Tribune), busy as a bee at the cookie table, threatened that if we distracted her with either wit or wisdom, she would keep us quiet by popping cookies In our mouth! Three Junior .division Judges had an easier time of it. They had only 20 entries and 56,000 in cash prizes about which to Worry. But what happened before the 100 finalists were chosen? The thousands of recipes that came in for the bake-off went to a Chicago contest judging agency to sort out according to novelty, convenience, aptness of name and the inclusion of at least a half a cup of flour. Prom the recipes culled, several thousand were chosen for actual testing by a kitchen staffed with home economists. Then the names of the 100 persons who had submitted the best recipes were invited to New York for the bake-off. No judge at the bake-off shooed us away when he did a bit of tasting along with our observing. So we can report that when we ate a portion of the Butterscotch Chew} Cake baked by Mrs. Richard Eiiloc at Atlanta, Ga., our mind was made up. We thought It Just the sort of recipe that should be given « prize secause It was likely to turn Into a stand-by In families all over the country. It had delicious flavor, Interesting texture, and it, was obvious that it could be easily prepared And it won a $7,500 prize. When we had a chance to try the recipe in our own kitchen we served half of it, cut into large squares, to our family while It was -still warm. The other half we cut into small bars, put them into a tlghty covered container, and had i chewy snack to offer with a cup of tea or coffee. Butterscotch Chewy Cake Ingredients: iy 2 c ups sifted enriched all-purpose flour, l!4 teaspoons double-acting baking powder, 4 medium-sized eggs, (about % cup), 2 cups brown sugar (firmly packed), 1 tablespoon butter, I'/z chopped pecans or walnuts, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Method: Sift together the flour and baking powder. Beat eggs with rotary beater in the top of a double boiler just until blended. Stir in the brown sugar and butter. Stir constantly over rapidly boiling water Just until hot-about 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Add the sifted flour and making powder all at once; mix until wel blended. Stir In vanilla and nutmeats Turn into well greased and. lightly flour ed baking pan (13 by 9 inches). Bake in moderate (350 degrees) even until cake springs back when touched lightly In center with fingertip — 25 to 30 minutes. Servo warm for a dessert with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream; or cut Into small bars and serve plain when cold. Do not try to turn cake cut; cut In pan and remove with spatula. Town of Dell, Arkansas 1st day of February. 1955 NOTICE OF ELECTION SUBMITTING TO THE VOTER! OF THE TOWN OF DELL, ARKANSAS, THE QUESTION OF ISSUING GAS TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REVENUE CONSTRUCTION BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING GAS TRANSMISSION LINES AND A DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR NATURAL GAS TO SERVE THE TOWN OF DELL, ARKANSAS Notice is hereby given thit a special election will be held in the on the t which there will be submitted to the electors the question of issuing $27,000 in negotiable gas transmission and distribution system revenue construction bonds. The bonds will be dated January 1, 1955, will bear Interest at a rate to be determined by the Town Council, payable semi-annually and will ma ture on January 1 of each year as follows, but will be callable for payment prior to maturity on such terms as the Town may specify In the contract of sale: t5«l in each of the yean 1967, 1858 and 1959 SI.000 in each of the years 1960, 1961, 1962 and 1963 $1,500 in each of the years 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969 $2,000 in each of the years 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1974 $2,500 In 1975 The bonds will be sold with the privilege of conversion to an Issue bearing a lower rate or rates of interest, provided that the conversion be in accordance with the Universal Bond Values Tables and such that the City shall receive no less and pay no more than II would receive and pay if the bonds were not converted. It is contemplated that In the event a majority vote Is cast In !avor of the Issuance of the bonds lhat the Town will lease the transmission lines and distribution system to Arkansas-Missouri Power Company, which lease will grant to Arkansas-Missouri Power Company an option to purchase the said transmission lines and distrl- j bution system. j Only qualified electors of the [ Town of Dell. Arkansas will have j the right 'to vote and the voters! may vote either for or against the i Issuance of the bonds. The election will be held between | the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 6:30 o'clock p.m. at the following polling place In the Town of Dell, Arkansas: Dell Gin Company Office Given, this 16th day of December, 1954. J. C. DOBBS, Mayor. 12/30-1/6-13-20 About 25 per cet of headaches are caused by visual trouble. 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