The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1948 · Page 11
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' PAGB TWELVE BLYTHEVrU.E (ARK.)' COURJEH NEWS •- • , : . r. -3 ... ^^ -. Home -f conom/cs Expert Soys Choice of Cuts in Buying Meat Helps Cramped Budget A tlmple two-fold procrnni for savins jurat (hat Is wilhln the r««ch cf «vci-ycm« is proposed by Hrl>« Stast:5, home rconnintal. A •onsiifent following of this program, day after day, will liclp HIP family budget, the says. • - — - •• ------- rir*t ei «n, according to Miss . Chicken and Dumplings Showdown Sidestepped In Groin Ration Issue WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. W> — fHary of Agriculture Clinlon P. Anderson, who is being .sued hrcausf he rationed jfraln to whlsky-mnk- ftrs, yesterday side.-, lopped a .showdown with thn brewers—for nt loa.st, a few weeks. Anderson snlrt he would nsk the brer makf'i.s to continue opcrnUntf through February under tlu'ir pre.i- Wag aggs, if* Important to become | D, OV :J_ T astv n:,!, acquainted with ciils of meat that rroviae i osiy uisn •re not quite so much In demand Hy Caynor M:nlilnT •t the meat market. Actually, there NKA Staff Writer •r* from 115 to 250 retail cuts of ( Evorylxxly likes dumplings. Potato meat, but only about, 20 o( IVirss 1 dmnphni'.s are ,-veii more )x»iu!ar. cut* nr« familiar to most \vomen. i Frlrassco of f'Mrkni With I'ntaln This leaves an army of around 150 • Ihjmplings to 200 cuts of meat that are little 1 l-Vc-l>ouml fowl. c:ut il|). few In demand. | stalks or Icavo.s of celery, '2 onions, 'Because these cut* are In little;' ™"at. '!• teaspoons salt. 1-8 tea- demand, they are a belter biirtfwt. i S P™» pepper bit ot bay leaf fop- value to the average homemaker. j <" >nn "', 3 wholc clovr5 ' ' '^ "' mrt " Examples of these cuts are beef llot *"'". pM * beef brisket, lamb and »™\ Combine all IneredlcnU anrt sltn- breast, lamb neck slices, beef cross- »'" «™"J\« o ™ r ? 1 '- 3 '°,.i T^ TMUHSIMY, JANLIARV 22, J!M8 out &0-d;iy voluntary jrraln coiwer- I valion program, even though he i t'(jn.si(ir;is il "unacceptable," This , prog r rim expires Jan. 31. I lifi temporary extension, Anderson poll ifiiid, 'A'ould give hi in tima to tiic hrewer* to determine j her they would accept «• I er K r;i in -saving program. He muU-uU'rt eather that I his pr«Kram would require a cutback of 20 per cent in brewers 1 grain usage, Collect a Whole Set from Your Grocer! , . , cut shank-*;, ' pork .shoulder steaks, «r«. Each of these cuts is equal In Just as tender by slow, moist-heat cookery. Tlie second idea Miss StucK* s"H- HestJ in the Interest of conservation has to do wllh temperature. It t« Important, she points out, to conk meal slowly, both from the standpoint of serving! meat ut its besl, «nd for saving. Meat that Is i-ook- td at low temperatures '300 f. for roasting; low heat (or broiling, P'"i- broillng and panfrylng, m»l simmering temperatures for bruising and cookhiE with liquid' actuallv provides more meat to serve, IOL- it nhrinlts lifts. In adrtition, lo its Juicier »nd more flavorful. Women Are Wearing Cotton These Days until tender, tup careful to cook the rhfckcn .slowly, no not IxjH.) Thicken stock to make rich Ri Make potato dumplinj-s anil cook in stow. T.vo cups cooked tind ricetl pu- I tatoes, 2 tablespoons floui', 1 table- i sjwon .shortening, melted, I PK%< i slightly Beaten. 1-2 teaspoon salt, ; dash of [if'ppcr, 1 1-2 tablespoons finely chopped pursley or chives (option.il). Combine nil Ingredients and mix thoroughly. Divide into 12 portions nut! shnpp mto balls. Chill. Drop into simmering stew, licln^ careful to drop earh ball onto a piece of chicken, so thai it will not be Immersed In the liquid. Cover kettle tightly anil i-ook. without removing cover, for 12 to IS minutes. ATLANTA. Ga.. Jan. 22 (UP'l — The Indies are not wearinR ns much «« they once did. ' The National Cotton Council was told yesterday that considerably less cotton was used between 1!K» and 1946 In women's ami gtrls wear. i To b* exact, cotton used in ^7 j women's and Misses' .Hems declined [ from about 650.000 bales 111 IOM to' 401.000 last year. In Infants nnd children's wear, j the market for cotton Increased j from about 210.000 bales In 183!) lol 110.000 bn!e« In 1946. 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