The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1955 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1955 SHRIMP AND VEGETABLE CASSEROLE baked in a riaf mold makes a beautiful and tasty party disl. Vegetable and Shrimp Is Good Casserole By GAYS'OK MADDOX ... _VEA Food and Markets Editor Down m Brownsville, Texas, deep in the ubrimp country, the women are proud of their special shrimp recipes. Mrs. Henry J. Hebert developed a rinp mold winch she says her children and friends rave about, Mrs, Vergil Versaggl. whose husband is a former president of the Shrimp Association of the Americas, is mighty proud of her shrimp pilau. So how about having 1 a Brownsville dinner tonight? Shrimp-Vegetable Casserole . Baked In Rinp Mold (Makes 6 servings) Two pounds shrimp, fresh or frozen. ',4 cup salad oil. !-j cup chopped onion, \'% cup chopped celery, V:i cup chopped green pepper. 2 cups day-old bread, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon salt, dash pepper, ' 2 cup Light and Fluffy Veal Patties Light and fluffy, thc.-e veal patties have delicious flavor. Phyl's Veal Patties Ingredients: 1 ecg, ]4 cup reli- quefied nonfat dry milk solids. 1 teaspoon snU, '•« teaspoon pepper. 1 tablespoon finely grated onion (pulp and Juice ', '» cup soft bread crumbs (packed down in cupi, 1 pound ground veal, 2 tablespoons flour, K- cup consomme, 2 ki 4 tablespoons cooking sherry. Method; Bent egg in mixing bowl enough to combine yolk and white. Add milk. salt, and pepper and beat enough to combine. Add onion. bread crumbs and \eal; mix thoroughly with fingers. Shape into 12 small meat patties; mixture will be very soft-, so work lightly, Roll patties in flour on wjixud paper. Melt butter in IQ-inch skil.- let; add patties nnd cook until golden brown on both sides. Add consomme and cover; simmer 30 minutes or until meal is cooked through and most ol the consomme has evaporated. Remove patties to hot serving plate. Add sherry to skillet and stir over low heat with wooden spaon fo get up drippings. Bring to a boil; boil a minute or two if desired to condense; pour over meat, patties. Makes 4 servings. buttered bread crumbs or cracker meal. Clean and devein shrimp. Cook in about 2 quarts suited water. Drain. Run through medium blade of food chopper or cut in sniiill pieces. Heat salad oil and saute onion, celery and green pepper. Best results are obtained by covering and stirring from time Lo time, until mixture is "transparent." Soak bread in water and squeeze out excess. Add to vegetables. Add shrimp, raw egg, salt and pepper and mix thoroughly. Put in buttered casserole or buttered ring mold. Top with buttered crumbs and bake about 15 minutes in moderate oven (350 degrees F.). FiM Titer of ring with frozen or canned peas. Snnmp Pilau (Makes 6 servings) Two pounds shrimp, fresh or frozen, '^ cup cooking oil, U pound salt pork, cut in small pieces, ! 2 medium green pepper, chopped fine, 1 small onion, minced, 1 No. 2 can tomatoes, 4 whole cloves, 1 teaspoon salt, riush pepper, l\ 2 cups precooked rice. Clean and devein shrimp, sprinkle with salt and set aside until nended. Heat oil and saute the suit pork with the green pepper and onion about 15 minutes, or until pepper and onion are soft. Add tomatoes and 1 to l\'-z cups cold water; add cloves and seasonings. Simmer for half an hour. To this mixture add the raw shrimp and cook 5 minutes, then add the rice. Cook 10 minutes. Honey Dressing For Supper Here's a salad dressing the whole family will like. Ingredients: '« teaspoon salt, oash of paprika. 2 tablespoons salad oil. 2 tablespoons honey. 2 tablespoons lemon juice, \ cup orange j juice. Mflhotl: Put salt, paprika, salad oil. honey, lemon juice and orange juice in a small bowl or jar. Beat with a fork or shake in tightly coverrcl jar until ingredients are combined. Makes about '2 cup. Serve over fruit and greens. Read Courier News Classified Ads USED TRACTORS MOST ALL MAKES and MODELS We have the tractor for you! Come in today and have a look. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. " The Farmer's Home of Satisfaction" N. Hiithwa.v 61 " ph. 2-2-112 CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbs • Color Film • Polaroid Film e Movie Film • We have Cameras and Projectors for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 COMING SOON Bob Logan Announces a Beautiful New Porcelain Enamel Texaco Service Station Now Under Construction (Station Will Be teased Locally! ~ uf the Corner of Ash and Division Tour With Texaco ... Let us heat your home and power your farm Here's a Dish Men Like to Eat By CECILY BROWNSTONf: Associated Press Fowl Editor A LOVE MATCH has been .going on between corned beef hash and eggs ever since some long-ago American cook thought of bringing (hem together. Par be it from us to intenere with such mating, but we urge you to do right by this combination when you prepare it. Baked hash and eggs are fine for an informal meal. But often, when the dish appeal's, the ege& are tough. To make sure this tloesn't happen, try our recipe with lU two tricks: low heat and a foil cover over the baking dish so the eggs have that attractive glazed rtppear- unce everyone falls for, This way the eggs will be soft and creamy— and complement the meat and potatoes. Another way or preparing hash and eggs for an impromptu meal such as Sunday brunch is with English muffins. Mix a pound can of the hash with chili sauce tc taste—about one-third cup. Split and lightly toast four or five English muffins under the broiler; but.- tcr cut sides, pile hash on top and place under broiler until it is hot through and lightly browned. Meanwhile poach an egff for each muffin half and place on top of hot hash; sprinkle egg with paorika <F minced fresh parsley and serve at once. NEW! GOOD LUCK IS HERE double-wrapped in aluminum foil to stay Fresher and Better Tasting than any other margarine! Delicious GOOD LUCK is made better to taste better ... and guaranteed by Lever Brothers. Be sure to use the free coupons you received in the mail to try delicious GOOD LUCK Margarine. GOOD LUCK is made by an exclusive patented process which seals out air while it is being made. As a result, GOOD LUCK tastes muck better than other quality margarines. Fresher. More delicious. You'll notice the difference the minute you taste its glorious flavor. To make sure GOOD LUCK stays as delicious as we make it, we double wrap GOOD LUCK in aluminum foil and seal it tight to protect its flavor and freshness. We unconditionally guarantee thai GOOD LUCK icill reach you fresher and better tasting than an;/ other margarine - or we'll refund your money. Lever Brothers Company, New York 22, N. Y. • To service this area, tever Brothers Company, makers of Good Luck, have appointed D. CANALE & CO. 307 S. Front SI. Memphis, Tcnn. Redeem GOOD LUCK COUPON 2 you received in the mail Expires March 1 SIMON'S SUPER MARKET 101 \V. MAIN Phone 3-9B60 100% All Beef Hamburger i. 85° Choice, Tender BEEF STEAK - ib. 39 C Small, Lean, Fresh NECK BONES ib 15 C Fresh, Tender BEEF LIVER • ib 29 C s Roast - ib 39 C Shoulder Steaks Jewel 3 Lb. Can No Coupon Required Kraft's Miracle Whipqt. BISCUITS """" l: ' r lirands ( , B 100 CHEESE ( : llc : es ! 21590 FAAfr Country Fresh In Carton JQfi PICKLES S; : ; E.': H !.'.' .'Z.'.'.'.'T 25$ BANANAS . ib W Grapefruit Seedless CABBAGE Firm, Green i,i,. 50 Big Juicy FRANKS - -1.35 C Pork Steak or— Pork Roast-ib.39 c Fryer or Hen CHICKEN - - ib. 49 C Pure Pork SAUSAGE - 3 ibs. 85 C ood Beef Roast -ib,39 c Cut from U.S. Good Beef COM Vacuum Pack Ib. can Instant Coffee FGLGERS6ozjar1" TOMATO SOUP camp '""' s can 100 PURE LARD 6 i'i7 4B WASHING With coupon 1 f\C POWDER on Page U Box 19' Potatoes-L« 2 99 Sw. Polaloer mb °it>. 5 C GOOD LUCK *''"'*" rlne willi mnil coupon .... Ih. 190 Baked Corned Beef Hash With Kggs liurtdientfi: 2 cans (1 pound cachi corned beef hush, 6 eggs. 1 or 2 iniall onions. Method: Spread hash in a shallow baking dish; place in a slow (325 degrees) oven until neuted. Make 6 hollows in the hash with the back of a largu spoon, then break an egg into each hollow. P';el on-' ions and cut into (hin rings Place a row of onion rings down center of hash. Cover with aluminum foil and return to oven until eggs arc glnzed—about 10 minutes. Bake longer if more firmness is rteslred. Pass salt and pepper grinder for eggs at table. MakM o servings. EBERDT'S GATEWAY GROCERY 2101 Rose St. Phone 3-3161 BLACK PEPPER 2 HUNTS PEACHES No: Can ANGEL FOOD*2£-<*<»39< CHUM SALMON 3c- '1 $400 rUCCfC Lnttit American' «*«' '/2-lb. «>• WIENERS Cello. Lb. Pkg. Armour Star PORK SAUSAGE PORK & BEANS Jack Sprat Can 101 Jack Sprat ICE CREAM POWDER 3 »* NABISCO CRACKERS £ 25< BUTTER COOKIES Belle Meade, Pkg. SAVE lOt ON BLUE CHEER Large Size I W \f with coupon on Page 14 DOG FOOD Bonus 2 Cans JUMBO CELERY 2**.25< • LOWER PRICES • SELF SERVICE • PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE Can your house BURN OUT? Ye! H COB. Fire often geh a long h*od**art before H n discovered. Imvrancc .. . and enough of ft ... h if* only omwcr »o your finonciol prolttHon. 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