The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1952 · Page 9
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July 1, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1952 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Wanton Unusual Appetizing Special? You Will Enjoy 'Angels on Horseback' Black Velvet (ft combination of stout and champagne half-anct hnlf. chilled), as welt us other cold' Bj- OAYNOR MADDUX (NFA rood Kdilort for Sunday evening Mtherincs when there Is time to prepare un-1 "^iL^l'^lLl"-!^-" 5 ""I". usually appetising specials. Angels! tin Horseback gallop right Into the 1 picture. Ever enjoy them? We went to an editorial party at New York's Stork Club pivcn by Arthur Guinness Bon k Co. Ancols on Horseback and other hot savories were served wifh beverages. Besides Angels on Horseback, there were Coo-Coo sandwiches and Guinness Huck Rnbbit. Now lei's get back to your Sunday evening gathering and try the recipes. Ansels on Iloi.scback Cold and succulent, I he oysters PACK SEVENTEEN are cleverly wrapped In waiter-thin slices of streaky bacon. These little rolls arc qnkhly fried In very hot bacon fat so (hat the outside Is crisp and piping hot. In series of UD to six roils per person, they are rushed to the lanle on well-trimmed slices of bread, fried, not toasted, to a delicate golden brown. Another English recipe: Season oysters with a little lemon Juice and cayenne pepper, then wrap in a thin rasher of bacon, secured by skewers, diirt grill, try in butler or bake in a quick oven so that the bacon is crisp. The skewer Is then removed and the Angels are served on tonst or fried bread, sprinkled with a little more lemon Juice and cayenne pepper, too easy on the cayenne.) ron-Coo Sanrtnlch Melt yrounrt cheridar cheese, mix with yolk of egg, touch ot Enplish mustard. Add Worcestershire sauce and paprika. Mix all well and spread on toast. Grill and serve. nulnness ISirrk Rabbit Chop >i pound cif Cheshire or Cheddar cheese, and put m ;i saucepan ivllh 2 or 3 tiibli'.spoolis of stout lor milkl, 1 teaspoon of butter, 1 teaspoon of lemon Juice, a $ood dash of Worcestershire sauce, two well-beaten eajts, and season highly with sail and cayenne pepper. Stir : over a moderate fire until the mlx- ] lure Is of the consistency of thick j cream and serve on slices of hot buttered toast. 1/h Summer Soups Are Refreshing 'Gazpacho' Is Top ^ Spanish Dish for Hungry Peasants Summer rjiups <"<m be served cokl as '.veil as hot. One of our favorites is G:i?,oaeho. Tt comes from Andalusia. Spall), and is used there as a meal for hungry peasants. [Serves 8) Three hard-cookrd csgs, 3 ta- b).o.--pnons olive oi], 'I- lea = uoon fiar- lic powder, l teaspotm saK. *i teaspoon black pepper, 't teaspoon cayenne, 1 'j teaspoons Worcestershire sauce, P-j teaspoons dry mustard, 4 tablespoons lemon Juice, I 1 ;, cups tomato juice, 3 tomatoes. \ seeded. 1 medium onion, l small ! cucumber, seeded, 1 green pepper, j seeded, 2 canned pimiontos, l lem- J on, sliced thin. l -> cup croutons. Mash esgr yolks and olive oil into smooth paste. Add seasonings nnrf lemon Juice. Mix well. Put tomatoes, onion, green pepper nnd cucumber through '"cdium blade of food grinder. Combine mixtures. Arid tomato juice, stir and chill for t least 3 hours. Plare 3 strips hite. 3 strins pimiento and one cmon slice in ea-h cliiUed soun: cur). Pour iti soup and top with hot : croutons. Here are other summer soups you'll enjoy: Sour Cream Pr;i Soup 'Serves 4-5) One 10'?-ounce can condensed ci'pnm of pea soup, l i cup milk. »i cup sour cream, 'i teaspoon nut- ine^, few, drops green coloring, if de-ired. .sour cream, paprika. Combine all ingredients. Chill until very cold. Serve in chilled F.OUP cups, topped with sour cream dusted u-ith paprika. May also be served hot. Mushroom \Vftt*>rorcss Soup (Serves 4-5) One 10'-r-ounce can condensed mushroom soup, 1 1 2 cups water, 3 tablespoons chopped onion, M teas' 1 non ground cloves, 1 bay leaf, J tablespoon dried parsley flakes, 1 bunch watercre.-s, chopped fine. Combine water, onion, cloves, bay Leaf and parsley. Simmer 10 minutes. Strain and add to chopped watercress. Sttr gradually into tmKhioom soup. Served chilled, , lopped with salted whipped cream ^Biti sr>rig of watercress. May also te served hot. NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has issued a permit No. 221 to Harold Stewart to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverape at retail on the premises described as: 218 A East Alain, Elythcvillc. This permit issued on the ist day of July 1D52. and expires on the 30th day of June, 1933. Harvey Stewart. 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Average QUARTERS i's 69< Whole $1.29 Red Potatoes 10 69 U.S. No. 1 Washed — Right Price and Quality Radishes Mountain Grown — Crisp, Crunchy. Green Onions Young Colorado Mountain Grown. beh ' 5 c bchs. 15 C

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