The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1948 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILI,B (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1948 Herbs Enhance Flavor of Meat Home Economist Says Seasoning Is Culinary Art A renewed 'Interest In Ihe finer point* ,of cooking has come about with,the ret'.irn of more and more foods to the market since war days. One -of the most Important Bf these trends, according to Heba 9t«ggs, home economist, has brrn the attention given to seasoning meats with herbs. The use of herbs gives the ima- ' jln&tlve homemaker a chance to make each dish a new and delectable combination, A single herb, or » group of hertis with the ac- wnt on one, can be used. Perhaps the wisest way (o learn hoxv to season correctly Is to start with half a. dozen of the most familiar herbs, and use one at a time until the flavor qualities are known. Miss Slaggs suggests making list of the various herbs appropriate for different meats, which may be tacked on (he kitchen bulletin board on. Inside cupboard door for handy fnUim reference Here is a basic list to guide the beginner: Beef: Basil, swcrt mntjor.iin rammer savory, thyme, rosemary Veal: Rosemary, summer snvory, thyme, sage. Lamb' Sweel majornm. summer, mvory, rosemary, mint, dill. ' Pork: Sage, basil, lAsemary iweet majoram, chives. On Guard in No Man's Land .jro r^ War Veteran Pleads Insanity as Trial Opens IHOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Jnn. R.— Apple Garnishes Recommended In Serving Meat The current, apple crop Is ono of the finest In years, and Rives an opportunity to serve, many delicious apple dtstie.i. Tills Is an [ opposed to Insantty picas, and ten ! for wrn» oppo-stMl to cnpllnl punish- «ent. Ono prospective: tnlLsmnu excused hrcau.se lie was a metn- ot Prosotutor Slrlney Me Math's Sundny School clnss, HIM, thin and hnMKAi'd after ;ev<'ral months in Jail, appeared good year to take advantage nf. npple.s, says Heha fitag^i. well-known home economist, for npple dishes take few of the food6 needed to send abroad. Apple garni.shc.> with meat ninkei a templing twosome. Pan-fried apple Alices with i>ork cho)>s, fresh npjilcsaticc made with the tart green apples, and baked apples are prcially good. It Is a good idea to can a])p!e- ,<saijcn wliile the fruit Ls plentiful Moratorium On Paroles Proposed these- in advance, too. cases "ot extreme emergency, .-, A tempting (all salad to serve i i,.j a i p| an . The resolution was sug- j...., ..i-t------- with a delicately-flavored veal» „.\slcrday morning to cnler a pica j roasl Is made from apples and] or not guilty bo reason of Insanity, 'piapos. Tiin veal flavor Is enhanced ! . . He had alrcaily boon Jiulqrd sane i (.really hv these fruits' Use diced i chopped nuts. For a dressing, » by • -Slain Hospital physicians at : nl ,pi cs anrt ce i c ,. y , gl . apc llalvcs antl | mixture of mayonnaise and whfp- Ultlc nock. I" Wearing Ibe side rurls of the orthodox Jews, a member ot the Hajjannh. underground army, keeps watch at a sandbag bnrrier in the "No Man's Land" between Ar:ib Jalla and Jewish Tel Aviv in strife-torn Palestine. UTTLE HOCK, Ark. Jan. ».— (UP)—A six-month moratorium was lo so into effect loday on Ihe i - - granting of furloughs by the State .„. using In gartvlslies Ihe year! Board of paroles, Pardoiu and i 'round. Some of the smaller apples \ probations, i a,e dellBhtful when spicedI and | Thc „,„,.,, .,„ t(?d g rcso)utioll j served with meats. Miss Stages | lcrd wn| M dlscontlnue sUe-st* i-onariiin a supply of M lhe furloughSi cx< . Epl lt> l cream is well suited. f««t«1 by Lold Sadler of Morril- lon, u > lubstltute for > plan ol Chairman W. p. Ball tightening paroie cliancn for r«pt»Wd convictions. Directors of the penal farm* protested to Ball'» proposal on the grounds that It might disrupt their trusty system. fn order to get t furlough during Die next «lx months, * prisoner will have txs show extreme cmer- \ Kency. get a recommendation from the head of hln Inxtlutton, and have a good record. In the case of a prisoner who IB serving a sentence of 15 year* or more he will have to wait five years before applying. In addition to acting on the furloughs, the board granted 19. paroles, four furloughs and no pardons. It denied the request of Fred Burnett of PhiUips County for commutation of his life s«n- lence. He was convicted of first j degree murder. - One r« You—I Individual meals are often fun-especially when you're cooking for two! Try cross-cut beef shanks for Individual pot-roasts. A feathery dumpling a-top each ,a tossed salad, and cheese, fruit and crackeri (or dessert, and there's a luxury mtal indeed! Steel Oil Barrel Racks * An; Site T. L. MftBRY 421 MISSOURI ST. PH. 362? of fatally shootlnc his wife. I are two war vr-leran.i. one farmer. IHOT 51'HINliS. ArK.. jnn. ».— The opening session o[ the Itiiil ' one businessman nnri one ccmc- (UP> '— 1'rpsentatlon of testimony \vfts devoted almost entirely to Ihejlery caretaker, was under way loday In (ho first selection of an all male Garland Six persons were oxcuwri for degree murder Irial of Waller Illld. County jury. Among Ihe jurymen'having former opinions, two were 41 ™f TJ»\t. ^l^rttloc HilH it: fxTlliiCfl degi 41. ngs. Hilrt is a HART'S, WONDER or TAYSTEE BREAD • 2'-- 27c V-8 NO. 2 CAN All these Lovely GET A PIECE IN EVERY MOTHER'S OATS PREMIUM PACKAGE! ' ^C f ^ ^^m*&i^r ;-v / A i^i ! K^?^ >vs^\ z^i,-\: Hurry to Your Grocer's and Start Your Set Today! VFGFUBLE JUICES • 2'« 25c ADAMS 46 OZ. CAN ORANGE JUICE 22c 46 OZ. CAN TOMATO JUICE ----- 22c In Our Sanitary Meat Market PET MILK 3 Tall Cans 39c No. 2 Can Grade 'A 1 FRESH EGGS doz. 65t .1 LB. 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