The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 3, 1955
Page 9
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1955 BLYTHEVILT.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB LINCOLN LOG, orange flavored. Is the Ideal dessert for & Lincoln's Birthday party. Noting Abe Birthday? Try Lincoln Log Cake By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor We have no evidence that Honest Abe, the railsplitter, ever ate a cake like this. But we do think it's a perfect dessert for the Lincoln's Birthday party. Lincoln Log: (Orange and Mace Flavored) (Yield: 8-10 servings) Four eggs, separated; 1 cup soft brown sugar, I 1 ,-, tablespoons fresh orange juice, l'/2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, 1 cup sifted cake flour, % teaspoon salt, 1 1 / 4 teaspoons double-acting baking powder, '^ teaspoon ground mace. Beat egg whites until they stand In soft peaks. Beat in y 4 cup sugar and set aside. Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon colored. Add orange and lemon juice. Gradually beat in remaining sugar. Fold beaten egg whites into the beaten egg yolks. Sift flour with the salt, baking powder and ground mace, all at one time, and fold In gently. Pour batter into a paper lined, greased IS'/jxlO'/zxl-ineh jelly roll pan. Bake 15 minutes or until done' in a preheated moderate oven (360 degrees F.) Turn out onto a towel sprinkled with confectioners' sugar. Quickly remove paper. Roll up cake in the towel. Cool. Unroll. Spread with orange frosting. Roll up. Sift confectioners' sugar lightly over the roll or frost, to resemble bark on the toy, with orange frosting. If desired, shave bitter chocolate or slivered orange rind over- top. Orange Frosting (Yield; Sufficient frosting for both inside and outside of' cake roll) One-third cup butter or margarine, y 2 teaspoon grated orange rind,, '/j teaspoon grated lemon rind, 3 cups sifted confectioners' sugar, 3 tablespoons fresh orange juice. Beat butter or margarine, grated orange and lemon rinds together. Add confectioners' sugar alternately with orange .juice. Spread over cake roll. Roll up and frost top and sides. Cossero/e F/avor Here's a really different casserole. Layer slices of cooked chicken witrl canned drained ravioli. Mix the sauce from the ravioli with some chicken stock and add to the baking dish. Heat in a moderate oven and serve with grated Parmesan cheese and a green salad. Allow Pot Roast Lots of Time Slow-Cooked And With Onions, It's Hard to Beat By GAYNOR MADDOX N'EA Food and Market! Editor Individual pot roasts, slow-cooked to tenderness In s rich gravy redolent with onions, can make a wonderful economy dinner. Serve the pot roasts with mounds of rice. Mrs. James Miller of Chicago gave us the recipe which she says Is a favorite of her husband and her many friends. For the meat, she selects a 2- Inch-thick pot roast cut from the chuck, rump or round, and cuts it into hearty . uniform individual servings. Allow ample time for gentle simmering to Insure complete tenderness, she warns. Individual Pot Roasts • (Yield: 6 to 8 servings) Four pounds beef pot roast, salt, pepper, flour, 2 tablespoons fat, 1 cup sliced onion, '/i cup water. 3 tablespoons flour, one 10'/ 2 -ounce can beef bouillon (diluted with 1 can water), 14 teaspoon celery salt, I teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Cut the meat into serving pieces. Season. Dip into flour. Brown, in hot fat, in a heavy kettle. Add onion and water. Cover and simmer about 3 hours or until meat is tender. Add more liquid if necessary to avoid cooking dry. To make gravy, remove meat from pan to a warm platter. Pour off excess /at. Slowly stir 3 tablespoons flour Into drippings in pan. Cook about 3 minutes. Add beef bouillon and water, stirring constantly. Add celery salt and Worcestershire sauce. Simmer until gravy is thick. Serve with meat. Go Professional with Coffee Ring Different Dish For Breakfast, Luncheon Meal Ingredient!: For each serving— 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons finely diced cooked ham, salt and pepper, Vi tablespoon butter, 2 tablespoons finely diced Cheddar cheese, 1 tablespoon chill lauce. Mchtod: Beat eggs with rotary beater enough to combine yolks and whites. Stir in ham, salt and pepper to taste. Melt butter in skillet; add eggs and scramble. Just before eggs reach desired doneness, stir in cheese. Remove from heat at once. Pile egg mixture on two slices of buttered toast; garnish with chili sauce. Serve at once. By CKCILV BROWNSTONK AEtoclated PreM Food Editor Nothing, but nothing you can bake equals the tantalizing smell of a yeast-raised coffee ring browning iu the oven. Pill the ring with dried fruits, sugar and lemon do In this recipe—and rind—»« you'll have the most delicious aroma In the world wafting through the house. Serve tills coffee ring to "Just the family" and they'll love you dearly. Or make it for guests when they come over In the evening to watch television or play a game of bridge. Have the ring baking in the oven when your company arrives so they can get a delightful whiff of what's to come. The texture of our coffee ring is interesting because the dough has com meal in it. You'll feel proud when you serve Jt because it will have such a professional appearance. After it is baked and you drizzle confectioner's sugar frosting over it, sprinkle it with a few nuts. To make the frosting, just moisten confectioner's sugar with a little water and lemon juice so it Ii the right consistency to drop from a spoon. Recently we found ourselves sitting beside a Minnesota homemaker who won third prize ($2,500; in the sixth bake-off contest sponsor- tj by a flour company. We asked '.he pi-ze-winner what trick she uses, in winter, to make sure of the Uisl rising o! her dough. She told us she puts a pan of water that has just come to a boil on a low rack in her oven; over the water, on another rack, she places her bowl of dough—the oven is turned off, oi course, and the oven door is kept closed. When the water gets -ool It is replaced with more water that ha just come to a boil. This method of keeping yeast dough at just the right temperature in cold weather is the one we use. Apricot-Prune Te» Ring Ingredients: 2 cakes compressed or 2 packages active dry yeast, fz cup water, \V, cups scalded milk, 54 cup shortening, % cup »ugar, 3 teaspoons salt, 6 to 7 cups sifted ftour, 2 eggs (lightly beaten), I cup enriched yellow com meal, extra melted shortening, Apricot - Prune for Simpte Headachi Colds'Aches Pains And Feverishnesi Muscular Cost A QUIKUT knife Inside Every Bag of Robin Hood Flour! 'i MI opportunity for you to get high quality, utainkw Quikut kitchen knirw, free of extra coat when you buy Robin Hood, tb* att purpow Flour. These hollow ground, razor sharp knivea, with btad«* carefidly wrapped for your protection, are packed right in •very t»g. Rwnwnbtr, Robin Hood, the one and only flour you need for all your baking, M guaranteed to give you better results or your money back plus V>%, Why not discover for yourself how deliciouely better all your cookie*, bread, pios and pflstries can be every time. Buy Robin Hood aH purpoK flour today and get your Quikut knife fro* of extra Kwt while the limited wpply lute. Look for the «pecis! bagi at your KlM Ii Mt of Robin Hood, b. MM to Mk him tor it. ood Flour Xfc £fc» flbttr ilr Af ftvr Pilling, Confectioner'* Sugar Fronting, pecans or walnut* (coarsely cut). Method: .Crumble .or .sprinkle yeast in water; use lukewarm water for compressed yeast and warm (but not hot) water lor dry yeast; stir until dissolved. Pour scalded millt over shortening, sugar and salt; stir until shortening melts; cool to lukewarm. Stir in 2 cups of the Hour and the lightly beaten eggs; stir In softened yeast, then the corn meal. Stir in enough more /lour to make a soft dough. Turn out on Ughtly floured board and knead until satiny—about 10 minutes. Round dough into ball; place in greased bowl and brush lightly with extra melted shortening, cover with tea towel and let rise in a warm place until double in size— about 1 hour. Punch down;; let rest about 10 minutes. Divide dotig!i in half. Roil half of dough to form oblong about 9 by 15 inchts. Spread with half of Aprlcot-Pruse Filling. Roll up tightly, beginning at wide side. Seal well by pinching edges ol roll together. Place sealed edge down in partially closed ring on lightly greased cookie sheet. With scissors, make cuts two-thirds of the way through the ring at !'/•!inch Intervals. Turn each section on its side. Treat remaining half ol dough the same way. Let rings rise until almost double In size— anout 25 minutes. Bake in moderate -375 degrees) oven 25 to 30 minutes. When rings are baked, drizzle chin Confectioner's Sugar Frosting over the top and sprinkle with coarsely cut pecans or walnuts. Apricot Prune Filling Ingredients: i cup cnopped dried apricots, l cup chopped cooked prunes, 2/3 cup water, 1 cup sugar, Eggs, Turkey, Citrus Best Food Bets By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Eggs are one of our best protein foods. They are an essential part of any bs lanced diet. So it's Meatloaf With Tomatoes And Peas Leftover meat loaf makes a quick and delicious meal. Ingredients: One can II pound) stewed tomatoes, 1V4 tablespoons butter or margarine, lit tablespoons flour, one 8-ounce can green peas, salt and pepper, 4 servings of leftover cold meat loaf. Method: Put tomatoes Into skillet (8- or 10- inch size), heat. Blend butter and flour with back Of teaspoon; add to hot tomatoes. Stir constantly until thockened, breaking up tomatoes as little as possible. Drain peas thoroughly and add; save liquid from peas for other use. Add salt and pepper to taste. Cut meat loaf into slices that lit size of skillet and add. Oiver skillet and heat gently about 10 minutes. Makes 4 servings. Note: Half a meat loaf that was made with 1 pound of beef will be fine for this dish. biff family news today that high- quality eggs will be In big supply during February. That means prices should be correspondingly low. Big turkeys, 18 pounds and over, will also be plentiful. So will dairy products because this is the season when cows begin to produce more milk. Milk, of course, is an essential food. So let's use more of it — especially now that it Is so plentiful. If you like to bake with lard, it's good news for you that lard is abundant, too. Citrus fruit, fresh and processed oranges and grapefruit will be abundant and so will raisins. California and Arizona will send grated rind of a naif a lemon. Method: Mix apricots, prunes, water, sugar and lemon rind. Cook, stirring often, over low heat until thick. Cool. huge supplies of crisp Iceberg-type lettuce to head market. Florida and Texas have large crops, also. If you like carrots, and understand what a rich source of essential vitamin A they are, February will be a good month in your nutritional calendar. Texas, Arizona and California are producing great crops of carrots and sending most of them to market in transparent film bags minus their green tops. This keeps them tresh longer. From New Hampshire Exten- MAM Of FINEST INGREDIENTS slon Service comes this rtolpe for glorified scrambled eggs. Scrambled Eggs With Btnani and Bacon (Serve* 6) Six bananas, 7 tablespoon table fat, melted; salt to taste, 11 strips grilled bacon. Peel bananas and cut lengthwise into halves, Brush or cont completely with table fat tot sprinkle lightly with salt. Plao« halves, cut sides down, in well- greased pan. Broil about 4 inche* from heat 2 to. 3 minutes. Turn. Broil 3 to 4 minutes until browned and tender, easily pierced with fork. For each serving, arrange 2 banana halves, cut sides up, sido by side on plate. Place grilled bacon strip on top of each half. Serve with scrambled egga. ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM SUFFERERS Find New Curb For Pail . _ Supply Ruth*4 H»r* inr arthritli, rheuraitlna U».r. fi Vlctimi ol cripplin , and neuritii pain can takt joyoui nr*r hop* from Announcement of dramatic IUCCCM wlta a new formula which combines 4 druzi into one tablet capable of relieving agonlzinf pain in jolnls and muscles. Arrordinjr to clinical reports, '-'"'a nrw compound, called VERTASOL. acts internally to curb torturous arthritis, rheumatism, neuritii pain in back, hands, arma, legs and ahoulden y«t ii isnfe to take, requires no prescription. With tear* ot JOT in Jhefr *?«, men and women who formerly suffered dread o tabbing torture of arihritil and rheumatism pnln la iwollen joints and muscles now tell of bleswa relief after usinz It. VERTASOL costs 13.00 but considering r«- aulta is not expensive, Is only penntea p«r dose, Sold with money back Euarsrilcs by Kirby Bros. Drug Store, Main & Broadway, DlyihevUie. Mail orders filled. Just Look At These Weekend Money-Savers! Yes, each one priced with your pocketbook in mind. You'll find money-saving food buys in every department—Everyday Grocery needs—Guaranteed meats—top-quality produce. So join th« crowd that's headed for Safeway and watch your food savings mount up! You'll be glad you did! —Prices in fhii ad effective through Saturday, Feb. 5— Pure Lard Cheese Food Cheese Food Margarine Town House Large Eggs Enriched Flour Parade Suds Armour Star. Stays fresh and sweet tasting longer. Save on staples at Safeway. Velveeta Brand. . . All your Favorite National Brands at Safeway. Wisconsin Breeze from the "cheese state." Our low price 3-49' 2 ^ Coffee Airway mild and Mellow-thrifty Cof ee Blend -Lb. Bag 2 Lb. bag 1.77 890 Coldbrook enriched colored quarters. See how you save 2 Grapefruit Juice. Fight those midwinter colds. 46 or. with citrus juices . . . . .Tin Breakfast Gems. Large Grade "A" -Guaranteed - doz. Kitchen Craft Pillsbury or 25-lb. Gold Medal Bag or Tide Detergents. Save on washday needs at Safeway. . Cane Sugar ri: 10 i 850 Canned Milk Corn Meal E£L 5 ,290 Canned Milk Lge. .Box Cherub Brand Pet or Carnation 19 C 52 C 1.98 30 Coffee Nob Hill Rich and Robust. Roaster fresh at your Safeway Lb. Bag 2-Lb. Bag . .1.81 c 230 250 Look at This! Gardenside Green Beans, white Corn—Yellow Corn Your Choice No. 303 Tin Safeway reserves the right to limit purchases and does not sell to other merchants. Sliced Bacon ARMOUR'S BANNf R Troy Pock Shoulder Squares "t: . 270 Fresh Cabbage Tight firm heads of leafy green cabbage Guaranteed to please - - Ib. Bulk Turnips EU'C! 50

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