The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1947 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 4, 1947
Page 15
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, DECEMBER '4, 1?4T BLVTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER PAG1 Meat Improved By New Method .Ideas for Modern ;kitehen Borrowed From Old Fireplace Koi that" It's almost holly-deck inrtime, visions rise of the Christ mj»',' roait, crackly-crUp outside tender and juicy within , It's often pictured o Good Gravy :osi/y Made, Experts Say Bj* Oaynor Macldox NEA Staff Writer Making good gravy us no mys tical art. It's a mailer of good, art- vice — such as this: Turkey Grary Pour off the fat Irora tin roasting pan and measure to determine amounl of other gravy Ingredi ide cards, i s the Christina ,„„,. slowly revolving over th glowing coals In a great, baronln hall. Up longer do we use the flreplac to ;brinf? our Christmas roast to perfection but we might well borrow a few Rood roasting tips from ttiosn rugged days! The way meat revolved on a spit over a alow, even Jire is eminently seconded as good cooking practice by our modern kitchen scientists. Bugaboos of poor roasting practice are these: roasting in a covered pah; adding water to (he pan; "searing'. 1 at high tern perature. at's a happy pn'radox of modern injeat cookery that'the less you bo- thfr with the meat the bellei-. when i-oaslng! Place your roast on a rack iri an uncovered pan, slip It Into the oveu at moderately low tern- : - -..-„,,. IKi-alui'D (325 degrees F.) and keen "QUitl. Stii the temperature that way a" seasoning. Uirough the roasting time. High roasting temperature drives out the Juices in meat instead of kcep- Irig them in, and worse still, shrinks the roast so that you don't, get as much for vour money! This year cook precious Christmas roasts according to the experts' puts. Use one cup of milk for each 2 tablespoons fat. With R 12-pound turkey, make 8 cups of gravy. Put measured fat back Into the pan. Add 1 cup water and bring. to a uoll. Stir bottom of pan with broad spatula to loosen browned bits. Drain broth from «i which were cooked previously and add milk to make desired amount of gravy. Use 2 tablespoons of flour (level measure) for each cup of liquid. Stir 111 small amount of liquid to make a smooth paste. Add remaining liquid. Stir slowly imp boiling fat and water in pan. Use . a slow hent and stir wltli a broad i spatula to prevent lumpy gravy. Let boil about 5 minutes to cook the flour thoroughly. Now add the ground giblets and 1 teaspoon salt for each dip of well. Then taste lor WIUUUI..K. Add pepper with discretion and more salt, K needed. Frozen t'nw'1 If you use frozen turkey or fowl for Christmas, use this time-table: Oven temperature-slow i.SZnde- Menu tor Monday BREAKFAST: Tcmialo and grapefruit Julco, griddle cukes, butter or fortified margarine, fried bologna or bacon, syrup, coffee, milk. DINNER: Spiced pot. roast, brown gravy, whipped potatoes, 1-mtnute green cabbage, cranberry jelly, warm apple cake thin cream, coffee, milk. SUPPER: Tomato - ueof sour In cups, bowl of. Ihln 'strips ol cheese and ham. green pepper onions »nd i*w carrot, sticks mixed greens, French dressing heated rolls, nut cookies, tea milk. ' ' '- . gr« Frozen drawn Turkey Turkey chicken > •,. Duckling ' Approximate Boasting time 3 l t hrs. 4'~ hrs. 3 hrs. 3-3'.; hrs. Court records. Wt. 13 Ibs. 16 Ibs. 4 Ibs. „. „ ... 5 Ibs. Note: A roast meat thermomete Inserted between the thigh an body should read 180 degrees P to indicate; the desired donencs for roast turkey, Huck, or chleket Some quick frozen foods are on special sale now mid mny be what 1 you want for that Christmas rtln- '• ner: peas, pumpkin pie mis, mixed t vegetable's, squash. The squash Is cooked and pureed and needs only healing. The mixed vegetables are diced carrots, corn, peas, lima beans, and green uenns. They are delicious served as vegetables or added to slews or soups for extra flavor. The pumpkin pic mix Is cooked and purccd pumpkin with .spices added. For pic fiUIni? «. needs only the addition of cges and milk. /(ROGERS 'SPOTLIGHT ' ««Bfla!am%Kt • "''•*• W 'COFFEE I MILK Dine Brand EWP MIU3 Krof«r. ViUmin D Added FRENCH BRMD Canned Food Values PORK & BEANS 27 advice, and' see liow wonderfully succulent It .will be.1 Wipe meat with a clean, damp clbth. Season with salt and pepper. Place roast, fat side up, on a rack In an open roasting pan. Do not add water, do not cover, do not baste. Roast in a preheated, moderately low oven, 325 degrees F. To accurately determine donencss. \]s« a meat thermometer. Insert It c<*;ully through outside fat into center of thickest muscle and do not allow bulb to rest, on bone or fat. State Reserve Funds For Jobless Pay Hit All-Time High Sept. 30 WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. (UP) — State reserve funds for paying unemployment, compensation reached an all-time record high of $1.143.428.000 on Sept. 30. the Social Security Administration said yester- An official said the size of the reserve funds started increasing again after holding about stcadj through 17 months of heavy pay- nicuts to unemployed worker while industry reconverted from war to peace. 'It is big enough now, according to 'he experts, to meet any bcnc fil claims that might arise in th 16nseeabltf future. Beer License Revoked WHITTLE ROOK, Ark., Dec. <]JP) —Revenue Commissioner Oth A. Cook today announced the re vocation of a beer license issued the Bridge Inn Cafe in North Litt J^ock. He said his action follow repeated disturbance.'; at the esto lishment as reflected in Pulas CAKE HIT OF THE MONTH! Devirs Food Cake Two thick layers covered in- thick, flavorful icing — — 69c ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY/ ,U-^LJ-~~i~~~~~~Lj-™~~~-"--~- ^~^ ': ~~ Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY Flavorful Tasty PREMJREET c .« Heady-lo-Kat Meat CRANBERRY N y»°° (okely or Ocean Spray Sauce PEACHES N ca? IT \vondale Sliced or Halves TOMATOES l^L IT Standard liranH. l)ich in VHnmins. CAMPBELLS 3, , 29 ft)nut In Soup Holiday Treats Buy Now CHERRIES '„:< 79 C Kroner Chocolate Covered CHOCOLATES oiiJ* 29; Old Fashioned Creams Cello Hag 1-1,1). 43 C IT Fresh Pineapple ea. 39c ORANGES 51b. Bag Cranberries Lb. Box 49* FRESH CATFISH Ready To Fry Ib. 69c MKATY- ROAST PORK ,,,63 SKINLESS WEINERS ib.45 HOME DRESSED HENS COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE 55 HUNTER'S THRIF1-Y SLICED BACON 79 HOME DRESSED FRYERS ,„ 79 C PECANS Fancy Taper Stiell BRAZIL NUTS Fancy Cello I'ack FIGS 2 s "?k zRS . Urick Layer CHEESE 2£ar 87 C Windsor Spread, Made in Wisconsin CHILISAUCE I2 i 19 Sardik. Value 1'riced MATCHES 6 I5oxes 25' Finest Brand FACIAL TISSUES Angel Soft Special • . Value During Our PRODUCER CONSUMER SALE GRAPEFRUIT 10 Texas Seedless ORANGES Sweet Juicy. Big Value. FRESH DATES California Desert Sweet. Shortest Oistamie TOMATOES , Red Ripe- RADISHES Get 12 Beautiful CHRISTMAS, CARDS AND ENVELOPES ONLY £3" pototoe, '«. Kroger YOUR NAME PRINTED ON CARDS WITHOUT CHARGE ORDER BLANKS WITH DETAILS AT KROGER Freshly roasted, Freshly ground Spotlight Coffee Buy for gifts tool\ s \\ Mellowed in Sherry Wine Kroarir Fnnf l b $1.89 />« ^ / >of°;f"o. Dime Brand Condensed Rot D»t«d, Rich Vigorous Blend Better Bakery Buyt KROGER BREAD it IT Twisted Dough for Finer Texture LAYER CME .,» 5T Applesauce. Kroger Baked RITZ l r£ M* 1 Fresh, Crispy Cracker* COFFE CAKES -19 Assorted Varieties Shelf-Stocking Values HUMKO at V 2 Dainty Cooking Fat I ADA 8 - U) Ctn ' LAKU $2.r,r, Pure Firm White . 11 25-Lb |93 Bag I 489 DOMINO SUGAR •IX or Old Fashioned Brown rI AIID &0-l,b. ItaK FLOUR 9.79 Avontlale Plain or Self-Rising MEAL S* White Cream Corn SALAD DRESSING "£ 39 Kmhassy—Value Priced COCOA S Our Mother's SODA 6 Arm and Hammer Baking SWANSDOWN Cnke Flour. For Better Cakes ALPINE GLACE FRUIT 8-Oz. Bot. Citron. !,emon or Orange Peel ,,,, 17 C 25 39 W 10 PORK ROAST '"• C 45(f 8 \ 8-ox. Pkg. CORNED BEEF ANGLO 72 ox. Can CHRISTMAS VjflKVlOi U1AO MIXEDCAKHY..., :i ,,,45° 29' ADAMS 46 07,. CAN SWEET ORANGE JUICE ARMOUR'S TALL CANS EVAPORATED MILK 10 HOLSUM.NO. 2'/ 2 CAN BARTLETT PEARS 39 CITY SUPER MARKET 109 We«t Main —We Deliver— Phone 2668 Tube IH In school wft learned that "a straight line is the shorleat dls- tAtice beUvecn two poinls." Kro^cv'.' method of distribution reduces the distance land the tost) hctween the farm and the fireside. The farmer gets more for what he produces and the homcmaker pays less for what she buys Everybody benefits. 2 Fresh Red ... Young Green. POTATOES 10 U. S. No. T Washed Red Triumphs GILLETTE Blue Blades The Sharpest Edges Ever Honed Pork Butt, Lean and Meaty. Thurj., Frl. and Sat. only 47c PORK STEAKS L '°v 52< Tfjurs, Fri., and Sat. only. Practically Bonefess. Good for Stewing. SMOKED PICNICS Tender Smoked. PORK SAUSAGE Armour Star—Part Pork. Blu-White Super Suds Pkg. 2 Sml. Pkgi. 3Tc CASHMERE BOUQUET I LUX.TOILIT SOAP BOLOGNA Armour Star — Swift Premium. Jb - *° ruccc c CHEESE Thuri., Fri., and Sat. only— Amt/Ttcan Hoof.

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