The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1955 · Page 8
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PAOi BTCTRT BlTTHETILLl (ARK.)' CWRIBR THtmSDAY, FEBRUAKT 8,1988 •WKTCST VALENTINE OF ALL—this brishl red heart-shaped cake is vivid, luscious and easy to make. Glazed Cherry Cake Valentine Treat to Eat By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Want a bright red heart-shaped cake for your Valentine's Day party, a vivid, luscious and easy-torn a he surprise? If you do, read on. Glazed Cherry Valentine Cake (Mokes 1 heart-shaped layer cake) One 1-pound, 4-ounce package white cake mix; »/ 4 cup chopped filberts, y* cup chopped maraschino cherries, well drained (about 10 cherries); 1 8-ounce package cream cheese, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 5 cups sifted confectioners' sugar, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 2 6-ounce jars marschino cherries, drained and ctit in half; % cup maraschino cherry juice, 2'/2 teaspoons corn- fltarch, 1 tablespoon water. Combine cake mix, filberts and ohopped cherries; mix well. Prepare cake mix according to pack- ng« directions. Pour into greased and floured heart-shaped layer cake pans. Bake according to package directions. Cool 10 minutes and turn out on cake racks. Cool thoroughly. Meanwhile, combine cream cheese and lemon juice; beat until light and fluffy. Gradually add sugar, beating until well blended. Add lemon rind and mix well. Frost bottom layer, top and sides of cake with lemon frosting. Arrange cherry halves on top of cake. Heat cherry juice to boil- ing point. Combine cornstarch and water; mix well. Add to cherry juice and cook, stirring constantly, until thickened and clear. Cover cherries with cherry glaze. Cool and serve. LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Probate Code Sec. 152 notice is given that accounts of the administration of the estates listed below have been filed, on the dates shown, by the named personal representatives. All interested persons, are called on to file objections to such accounts on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts, failing which they will be barred forever from excepting to the account. No. 2,228. Estate of Ida Ashabranner, deceased. Final account of Roy L. Ashabranner filed Jan. 5, 1955. No. 2,252. Estate of Mary Ann Henson, deceased. First and final account of Byron Morse filed Jan. 26, 1955. No. 2,196. Estate of H. A. Ashabranner, deceased. Final report of Merla Ashabranner filed Jan. 27, 1955. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 2nd day of Feb., 1955. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County and Probate Clerk. By RUTH C. BESS, Deputy. Kipper Pie Is Thrifty and Good By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor A thrifty main dish that anyone would eat with pleasure. Different lull of flavor and attractive look ing. That's the sort of recipe we wanted for depleted after-holiday budgets. Quite an order! But that's what we got when a m.an of French- Canadian birth, who knows fine food and likes to try his hand in the kitchen now and then, gave us one of his favorite recipes. Even uur critical 16-year-oU shows his approval of this deep- dish kipper pie by eating large portions of it. We have served it for both lunch and supper; it's excellent at either meal. Because the pie has thinly sliced potatoes and carrots in it, along with the kippers and cream sauce, you'll fine a tossed green salad with French dressing is a perfect accompaniment. The crispness of the salac gives delicious contrast to the fish smooth vegetables and sauce. The kippers called for in this recipe are wonderfully economical. Please pay heed to us when we say that the potatoes and carrots for the pie should be thinly sliced If you cut them thick, they won'l get tender enough in the 35 to 40 minutes of baking at high heat that the recipe calls for. We used margarine in the crust not only because it's thrifty, but because it gives crispness and helps the pie come out of the oven a rich beau tiful brown. Make the slits in the crust any design you like. For dessert after this aeep-disl kipper pie, we vote /or refreshing grapefruits in half and remove any seeds. With a small sharp knife cut away the sections fronv dividing membranes and put them in bowl; now use your kitchen scissors to cut out the membranes left in the shells. Mix the grapefruit with canned pineapple tidbits and seedless grapes; or use halved grapes with the seeds removed. Sweeten the fruit with sugar, if you like, or add brandy or sherry flavorini Spoon fruit and juice back into the shells and arrange membrane-free orange sections (fresh ones or the canned mandarin variety) over the top in a pretty design. Chill before serving, if you are having company, you can scallop the grapefruit shells with a kitchen scissors or a Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away Nagging backache, loss of pep andenergy. headaches and diizinpas mny be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function is very important to good health. When some everyday condition,such ns BtreSB and strain, causes this important /unction tosJowrfDWJi.mnny folkssuffernag- K ing bnrknche-fcel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause Retting up nights or f roauentpasBBRes. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Doan'a Pilli-a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over 50 years. It's amazing how many times Dimn'fl give happy relief from these discomforts-help thel 5 mileaof kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Dcmn'a Pilla todayl small sharp knife before you spoon the fruit back into them. Deep-Dish Kipper Pie . Ingredients: 6 small white onions, 3 medium-sized carroU, 2 medium- sized potatoes (2/3 to % pound), 2 sprigs parsley (minced), two ounce cans kippers, white sauce, biscuit crust. Method: Peel onions and slice Into thin rounds; separate Into rings. Peel carrots and slice into very thin rounds; there should be about cup. Peel potatoes and cut each in half, slice very thin. Put half the potato slices into a IMs quart (6 cup) baking dish (about 7'/6 inche§ across on the top and 2% inches deep). Sprinkle with one-third each of tfcte onion rings, carrots and parsley. Drain oil from kippers by tipping can; lift out kippers from one can, break in half lengthwise and arrange over vegetables. (Skin can be scraped from kippers if desired.) Now add the rest of the potatoes, a layer of the other vegetables and the "other can of kippers. End with' a last layer of vegetables. Pour white sauce over. Arrange top crust as directed. Bake in very hot (450 degrees) oven 35 to 40 minutes; poke fork down through slit to make sure potatoes are soft. Makes 5 servings. standard directions using 2 tablespoons each margarine and flour, 2 cups milk, Vs teaspoon salt, % teaspoon pepper. Biscuit Crust: Sift together 1 cup sifted flour. 1 teaspoon double-acting baking powder, 'A teaspoon salt; cut in 1/4 cup margarine; mix in 4!i- tablespoons milk. Sprinkle a little flour over waxed paper; on it roll out pastry about H inch larger than top of casserole. Turn paper and pastry over top of casserole; remove paper. Brush with milk or cream. Fold overhanging edge under so it clings to top outer ei _ of casserole. Make six slits about one inch long. Keep a can of whole kernel corn on your pantry shelf for an emergency vegetable. Heat with thin onion rings, then drain and serve sprinkled with minced parsley. WANTED! Men and Women interested hi TOP PAYING TV JOBS Get the train ; ng you need to be a success in this fascinating field. Announcers, writers, producers are needed in the ever-expanding television industry. Graduates of Keegan's School of Television are earning up to $100 dollars a week at radio and TV stations all over the Mid-South. Hundreds more young men and women are needed; job placement guaranteed on completion of courses. Enroll now for day or night classes at small monthly tuition fees. For full information, write: KEEGAN'S SCHOOL OF TELEVISION. 207-C Madison Ave., Memphis, Tennessee. Now featured at HI-WAY DRUG Introductory Offer -FRIDAY & SATURDAY CHERRY SUNDAE Made with Genuine Grenadier Black Sweet Cherries. -FREE DELIVERY SERVICE- Hi-Way Drug Main lot Division Prcntis Holder, Mgr. & Pharmacist Charlie Brogdon, Owner Ph.2-2019 Meat Patties Theme for Valentine Just when mid-winter morale needs a boost, along comes February. Here's a little month full of big excuses for doing something special for family meals. Valentine's Day offers a perfect opportunity to dress up a meal. You can take your cue from the day—it's romantic with hearts and flowers. Home economist Reba Staggs suggets setting the scene with the main course, Valentine Meat Loaves. The only difference between these and the usual ground meat patties is that they're baked in heart- shaped salad molds instead of shaped into round patties and broiled. When they have baked, they are unmolded and "pierced" with plm- iento strip "arrows." VALENTINE MEAT LOAVES 1M: pounds ground beef % pound pork sausage >•» cup grated carrots 1 teaspoon salt 1 A teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce V4 cup chopped onion 2 eggs, slightly beaten • Pimiento, if desired Combine ground beef, pork sausage, carrots, seasonings, Worcestershire sauce, onion and beaten eggs. Mix thoroughly. Pack into heart- molds or a 5 x 9-inch loaf pan. Bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees F.) 25 minutes for the small Broiled Tuna Sandwiches These open sandwiches are rich and delicious. . Ingredient!: One 1-ounce can tuna, 1|4 cup maynonnaise, 1J4 cup bread, 1|2 cup (118 pound) grated Cheddar cheese. Method: Drain oil from tuna; remove tuna from can and break up with a fork. Mix with mayonnaise and relish. • • Toast, oreaa under broiler on one side; pile untoasted sides with tuna mixture, making sure edges of brea'd are covered. Sprinkle with cneese. Broil unti hot through and 'cheese it melted Makes 4 servings. French Rich Custard Sauce This French dessert is utterly delicious. Ingredients: 3 egg yolks, 1 cup milk, 1 or 2 tablespoons sugar, dash of salt, \\ teaspoon vanilla. Method: Put egg yolks in top ot double boiler; beat slightly; add milk and beat enough to combine. Add sugar and salt. Cook and stir constantly over water that is just below the boiling point until custard coats a silver spoon. Cool, stirring often; stir in vanilla. Chill in covered container. Serve with peeled baked pears. Makes 4 servings. molds or 1 \-> hours for a loaf. 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