The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1951 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1951 Homemade Christmas Cookies Requested Requests for homemade Christmas cookies and candies lead ttraight to these two: Ltblrochen (German ClirJslmis Cookifs) (Yield: 4 dozen cookies) Two nnd three-quarters Clips silted enriched flour, ',1 teaspoon soda, •4 teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon cloves, 1 leaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon allspice, 1 cup tmsulphurcd molasses. \ cup sugar, 1 epe, I (CT- jpoon grated lemon rind, V, cup chopped blanched nlmonds, V4 cup chopped citron. Sift together first 6 tncrod!on(s. Heat molasses to boiling point In n saucepan large enough for mixing dough. Add sugar. Cool. Brat In . Add lemon rind. Gradually stir While cookies are hot milrp.lv brush to|Vi with confectioner'. 1 , sugar and water Icing. (Mix 1 cup sifted. confectioner's sugar with 4 teaspoons water). Cut around each bar with a pointed knife; remove to wire cooler. Store In lightly closed tin box. These cookies Improve with age. ' Filbert Fur! B e Two cups sugar 2 squares chocolate, grated or cup cocon, cup llglil, corn syrup, few grains salt. 'A cup milk, 2 tablespoons butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla, ->i cup chopped filberts. Combine nil ingredients excrpl butter, vanilla and nuts. Cock slowly, stirring occasionally until it forms a soft ball In cold \Miter or' in flour mixture. Add almonds slid'reaches 236 decrees F. on candy citron. Chill overnlclit. thermometer. This requires about Roll dough "-S-lnch thick into a five minutes after it boils. 6-iuch by 10-inch rectangle on greased cookie sheets with lightly greased rolling pin. Cut into bars Remove immediately from heat. add butter anrt vanllb. Cool unltl Red Recipes Help Theme Dishes Made Colorful With Gay Cranberries By GAVNOjt MAODOX N'KA Food nnc! Markets Kdlfnr. You may want a few bright red recipes to help carry out the Christmas season color .scheme In your menus. Cranberry Cocktail Two cups of c.rnnbprrie,-. 3 nips water, ^ cup sugar, '. teaspoon -salt, and 1 cup gltigprnlp. Wash anri pick over 'he* cranberries a mi d fora ret all t IKI t a re withered or specked. Boll the cranberries In water until they are soft, then press thc-rn through R sieve. Arid the 1 sugar anrt K Stir until the siiyar is rii^olvrti. then chill. Jujst before serving, add the 6»igcrfi]e. Cranbi'rry Clilrr Mix one part of cranberry juice with two or throe pruts of apple lukewarm, then beat, until creamy. IH-lnches by 2'Vinrhes. Bake 12 j When it begins to turn color, stir to 15 minutes in a preheated mod-! in the nuts and turn Into buttered erately hot oven (400 degrees F.) pans. Cool Bnd cut into squnres. Pahkinakakku and Castagne Recommended for Holidays B.T GAYXOK MADDOX NEA Food anrt Markets Milor Right now. the supply of nuts for Christmas is bewildering. So add a few nnt dishes to yonr holiday menus. To find really unusual recipes, look through The New World Wide Cook Book, a gold mine of rich ways to use nuts. It has been reedited for efficient American home use by Gertrude Blair, accredited American home economist. This handsomely bound collection of • uthentic recipes from all parts of the eating world would make a cherished Christmas gift. It contains also recipes for Singapore lobster curry, the Emperors omelet of old Austria, kennb on ekewers, crepe Suzclle from France as well as many thrifty and every day dishes from the wide world over. The menus, too, are Interest- Ing and 'useful. Here are nut recipes from The New World Wide Cook Book: Pmhklnikukku (Nut Cake) from Finland One-half teaspoon grated lemon rind, 2/3 cup sugar, ^4 teaspoon •AM, 4 «eg yolks, 1H teaspoons va niU«, 1H tablespoons flour, 3 cilps ground walnut meats, 4 egg whiles, 1 table-spoon bread crumbfi. Holiday Cakes Are At Best If Made Early Ifi Mm« to think about the fruit eske you plan to make lor Christ- mu. Fruit cakes are at their bes V left to "ripen" a while, It you go In for making frill cake* in a big way, it may be worth your while to prepare the (rutt yoi plan to us*. Home Demonstration Agent Gertrude B. Hollman advised today. First, take n look at you: pantry self. Watermelnn rind pro wnres «m be used instead of clt ron, and fig preserves for drle figs called for in many recipes. Candled fruttj are made ver> much like fruit preserves, excep ttief a« cooked longer—until th sirup i* very thick. Another differ •nee ta that white corn sirup 1 used with the augar to keep th candled fruit from crystallizing "sugaring" later. Candled apples, cherries, pine •pple or other fru'<t CRU. easily made from fruit canned in R £ *r sirup. The home demonstrate agent gives these directions: Start by draining the liquid from tha fruit. Tc each cup of liquid art '/i cup corn sirup a*id Vi cup sug ar. Heat the sirup to boiling, the drop the fruit in. Cook slowly unt the fruit is clear and the slni very thick. Remove the (rult from the hea cover and let stand In the sin overnight. Next day. lift the fru fHit of the sirup and place It on rack to drain. Leave it several da until it is thoroughly dry. lemon rind to It nnd iu!d prfulunlly yolk-s and vanilla. Beat thor- W V V If V £ I .HRiir and W to br-atcn i ^ V ulce and sweeten to taste. Cranberry .Marble One and one-halt cups milk, 1 m'kage vanillin frcezinu mix, % cup whole cranhcrry .sauce. Beat contents of package o[ vanillin freezing mix Into milk with rotary beater until dissolved. Pour into freezing tray. When frozen firm, remove fiom tray !o bowl. Break up with fork. Beat u'ith electric or hand heater until fluffy. Put frozen dessert in refrigerator tray. Break up cranberry sauce with a fork, and spread sauce on frozen dfi.-sert. Carefully spoon dessert over cranberries to produce a marblcci effect. Continue freezing. Freeze until firm but mellow. Ham Loaf Ideal For Christmas Buffet Supper It's (un to ha\ r e friends in during the holiday season—to have folks join in enjoying ycur gay Christmas filled home. Why not. plan a buffet, .supper for the holidays. Make this outstanding ham Futile Chase Made MONTREAL (AP) — A rooftop chase after two thieves sent police constable Marcel Pllon to the hospital, lie suffered a broken foot when he slipped while leaping from a garage roof in purusit of. the suspects. They escaped. Modern China has never produced enough oil for its own needs. QUICK Speedy, eff«<jiv Lite a doclor'i focfj'on or your n : relief from p/eic'iprioi. oney back, COUCH OUiTO COLDS WAIT'S GREEN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP RELIEF oaf the center of-your tnemi'plan, ays home economist Roba Staggs. Decorate the loaf with maraschino cherry bits vr citron strips forming ihe words "Merry Christmas" over the (op. Serve with scalloped potatoes, frenchcd green beans, a relish tray and a simple dessert of cranberry sherbet and Christmas cookies- Ham Loaf !4 pounds ground smoked ham Va pound ground beef 4 slices bread, flaked 2 eggs , Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pare Whole [log Sausage Seasoned Just Kightl A BLVTHEVILLE PRODUCT 2 cups milk 1 medium onion, grated H teaspoon salt !i teaspoon pepper Combine Ingredients and pack Into greased loaf pan. Dake In a slow oven (3CO degrees F.) for i 1 ^ nours. 10 servings. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Milk is about 87 per cent wttar. A SUBSTITUTE FO» MEAT ghly. Sprinkle flour over nuts id bent info egg-yolk mixture. H >lc3 in stiffly beaten CKE whites t/ id poti]' info n loaf pan <94 x -\ \ ^ dies). IniUercd nnd sprinkled j & th bread crumbs. Bake one hour j W a moderate oven (375 fioe. 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