The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 17, 1955
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PAGE TEH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1958 ]gn^gHHMiHa^Z^BMi^E«K«swl -~.v— — SPICED CANNED PEARS on top o( crab salad served in cream- purl shells makes a special' buflet-«upper treat. Puff Shells Are Useful In Pear-Crab Salad By GATNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor Here's a special buffet supper suggestion — spiced canned pears on top of crab salad served in cream-puff shells. It comes from Emma States of Seattle, who reminds us that 95 per cent of canned Bartlett Pears come from the Pacific coast. Spiced Pears One No. 2',i can Bartlett pears, juice from can, V-i cup vinegar or sweet pickle juice, 1 stick cinnamon or V 2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 8 whole cloves. Heat fruit juice. Add spices. Simmer for 5 minutes. Add vinegar or sweet pickle juice. Pour over pears. Chill overnight. Cream Puffs One cup water, '/ 2 cup butter or margarine, 1 cup sifted flour, y, teaspoon salt, 4 eggs. Heat water and butter or margarine to boiling point. Stir in flour. Stir constantly until mixture leaves sides of pan and forms a ball (about 1 minute). Remove from heat. Cool slightly. Beat in eggs one at a time. Beat mixture until smooth and velvety. Drop batter from spoon onto greased baking sheet. Bake in 400 degrees F. oven until dry, about 45 minutes. Allow to cool slowly. Crab Salad One and one - half cups crab meat, fa cup diced celery, V\ cup sliced sweet pickle, 1 cup shredded cabbage, % cup mayonnaise, dash of salt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, Piquant Open Face Beet Sandwiches Serve this sandwich when one of "the girls" is coming to lunch. It will help make your culinary reputation! Ingredients: 3 tablespoons commercially-prepared mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon minced onion, !£ pound lean beef round (ground), 1 tablespoon tomato catchup, salt and pepper, 3 slices bread, minced parsley. Method: Put 1 tablespoon or thn mayonnaise in skillet (about 8 Inches) over low heat; add onion. Cook lightly 1 for a few minutes. Add beef and cook, crumbling with a fork, Just until meat loses its red color; remove from heat. Stir in remaining 2 tablespoons mayonnaise and catchup; add salt and pepper to taste. Toast bread on both sides; spoon beef mixture over toast, .'covering edges. Broil until bubbly and lightly browned. Sprinkle generously with minced parsley. Makes 2 servings — l|/ 2 slices each. Soup Trick If You Have Electric Blender Try this soup trick if your kitch- an boasts an slectric blender. Ingredients: One ll-ounce can vegetable soup, I 14 cups stock, dried crushed mixed salad herbs or curry powder, salt and pepper. Method: Empty soup and stock into electric blender. Blend thoroughly; pour into sauce pan. Add a pinch of salad herbs or curry powder. Heat. Add more herbs or curry if desired, along with salt and pepper to taste. Makes 3 servings. Note: The stock may be made with the wing tips and giblets of a chicken, 1 cup water, celery leaves, onion and other seasonings. Good Pay Secure Future in Radio-TV Thousands of men hnvc successfully trained themselves for good jobs or a business of their own as radio- television servicemen. You, loo, can quickly get this technic.-i! knowledge thai lends to more money and security at Kcegan's School of Television in Memphis. Enroll now in one o! America's finest schools for adult education. Dny or night classes, u.sini; the most modern teaching methods, only a few dollars a month. Over 93% of graduates have been nlacod in good-paying jobs. For full information, write loclny: KEEGAN'S SCHOOL OF TELEVISION, 207-B Madison Ave., Memphis, "lennesscc. endive for garnish. Combine all ingredients and toss lightly. Fill the puffs and garnish with endive or other salad greens. Top with spiced pears. Oatmeal Cookies for Lunchbox Youngsters will love these cookies for noon munchnig. Ingredients: 1 cup sifted flour ,1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt. 2J3 cup shortening, 1 cup firmly-packed brown sugar, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2 cups quick-cooking rolled oats (uncooked), 1 cup light or dark raisins (rinsed in hot water and drained). Method: sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Melt shortening and stir in sugar; add egg and beat until well blended. Stir in vanilla, sifted ingredients, rolled oats and raisins. Drop by teaspoonfuls, a few inches apart, onto greased baking sheet. Bake In moderate (350) degrees) oven 15 to 20 minutes. Cool on wire rack. Makes about 5 dozen. ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM SUFFERERS Find New Curb For Pain Uteri R«[ol« - Supply Rt»h«d H*r* Victims of erippline wlhrllw. rheumatism and neuritis pain can take joyous new hopa from announcement of dramatic success with a new formula which combines 4 drugs into one tablet capable of relieving agonizing pain ia joints and muscles. According to clinical reports, this neiv compound, called VERTA.SOL. acts internally to curb torturous crthritis, rheumatism, neuritis pain in back, hands, arms, lees and shoulders yet is safe to Ukp. requires no prescription. With tears of joy in their eyes, men and nen who formerly suffered dread atahbmc ure of Arthritis and rheumatism rain In _.. jllen joints and muscleB now t*II of blessed relief after using it. VERTASOL coeta 13.00 but considering re- ilta is not expensive, is only pennies per dose. Sold with money back Biiaran*c2 t-r Kirby Bros. Druj Store, Main A: Broadway, Blytheville. Mall orders filled. It Pays To Shop At Mays PET MILK or Carnation O Tall «cans CDM Blueplale Vacuum packed Ib. Drip or Regular tin DOG FOOD CRACKERS Sunshine Krispy CORN MEAL PI flllD Shible >"' s Best PI of S.R. en lUWOHpREElOlbs. Suear WV Ib. Box made fresh 5 OOC 10 every week. Ibs. WWlbs. 250 980 350 250 4 Ik ctn ' Kettle Rendered TOILET TISSUE E ~ jB : and 2 ro i ls PAftKirC Vanilla Home Style 20-oz. WVUrilCO Creme Filled Bag 590 110 290 Oil .... Full PI. Large Grade "A" Guaranteed to Please •.. Doz. Wrisley's Toilet—lOc Coupon 8 Cakes assortment 490 540 Redeem your GOOD LUcK MARGARINE here! with coupon j We Have 1 Full Shelf 10< ITEMS You'll Find Bargains Galore! PORK ROAST^r ean&Me t 390 GROUND BEEF^S 3 , b ,850 u. 290 Fresh, Fat , Pan Ready :. Ib. PORK SAUSAGE ArnosRoU nlENERS OR FRANKScend wrapped 311, 1 390 BACON Ganner By the Piece Lb. GREEN BEANS Facypo : eIb 250 CARROTS' Cc " oB : g Lb 100 Yellow No. 1 Sweel & Flavorful Lb. I IMA RFAIIC Grcen & while 10 m - LIITIH OCHnO Fresh Frozen pkg. RllTABEGA F ^ &Crsp Ib 50 BRE^N ONIONS Fcsh&tendc 2bch S 150 MAYS SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21st Ph. 3-9910 Lenten Fare from Pantry Shelf By CECILY BKOWNSTONE Associated Pre» Food Editor THE VOGUE for casserole cookery continues. We are constantly being asked to recommend cookbooks featuring casserole food. So if you are a cook who likes to serve your main course all-in-one- dish, here's a recipe to try during Lent. Its base is a can of tuna plus a can of cream-style corn; then drained small green lima beans and White onionst from buffet- size cans) are added and the whole is topped with biscuits made from a packaged mix. One word of warning to cooks who try this casserole recipe. Heat the fish and vegetables in a covered baking dish, as We direct in the recipe, before adding the biscuit: :opping. Or if you prefer, you may' heat the tuna mixture on top of the range. This part of your casserole dish needs to be boiling hot before it has the cut-out biscuit dough added. In this way the biscuits will bake quickly. If you do not do this, you are likely to have a soggy layer of biscuit dough at the top surface of the tuna mixture. COUNTRY CASSEROLE Ingredients: 1 can (17 ounces) cream-style corn, Vi cup milk, M; teaspoon salt, 1 can (8 ounces) small green lima beans, 1 can <8 ounces whole white onions, 1 can (7 ounces) solid-pack tuna, 1 cup biscuit mix. 1J3 cup milk or 6 tablespoons heavy-cream, extra milk or cream, paprika. Method: Turn corn and U cup milk into IVi-quart baking dish (10 by 6 by 1% inches;. Drain lima beans, onions and tuna into large chunks. Cover tightly with aluminum foil and place in very hot (450 degrees) oven until bubbly hot—10 to 15 minutes. Stir biscuit mix and 1|3 cup milk together with a fork. Turn out on prepared pastry cloth; shape and roll out about !4-lnch thick; cut out 10 biscuits with 2-inch diamond- shaped cutter; or cut into 10 finger-length biscuits. Arrange biscuits on top of hot tuna mixture; brush biscuits with mllJ: or cream and dust very lightly with paprika. Re- A MEAL IN ITSELF RONCO turn to very hot (460 degrees) oven until biscuits are baked and browned—about 15 minutes. Makes a servings. Read Courier News Classified Ads. EASTERN HIGH LANDS Sixteen peak* of the Appalachians along the Tennessee-North Carolina border are more than 6,000 (eet high. They are part of the highest land mass in the eastern United States. FARM CHOICE MEATS Sliced Bacon Sausage Repeat By Popular Demand! Club Steaks Round Steak W« Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities and Make No Sales for Re-Sale! VEGETABLES 10-39 POTATOES Gold Medal LETTUCE FLOUR POLE BEANS TANGERINES --each AVOCADOS - - 2 for 25' COFFEE 79 C Coffee Shop - Ib. INSTANT PFT NONFAT DRY MILK 3Qr. Jar-- 29' SUGAR 10ibs.89 c MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing I ot. 49 C PEANUT BUTTER Peter Pan 12 oz. Jar SAVE lOc - Redeem Your Good Luck Margarine Coupons Here! We Redeem all Coupons & Cash Payroll Checks! Richardson's RECIPE OF THE WEEK Ffinkburgers „„ Pel EV»PO,,,,K] Milk Split frankfurters Icnwhwisc, being cartful not to cut throush under side Put xripi of cheese into split frankfurters Put biscuit mix into bowl. Stir in with * fork a mixture of milk ami water Turn out on lightly floured board. Roil i mo intct 7xM inches. Cut into ciijht VA- mch squares. Place franks, cheese side down, diagonally across squares. Pold 2 opposite corners of dough over franki Press edges together with fingers to seal' Put on greased cooky sheet with folded side down, [lake in 450 oven (extremely hot) 10 mm., or until blown. Serve hot, 2 to a serving, with catsup RICHARDSON'S CASH GROCERY MAIN AT FIFTH Low Prices Are Born'

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