The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 10, 1952
Page 12
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PACK TWELVE New Hamburger Dish Served Italian-Style By OBCILT .BKOWNSTOW AM*cU4»d Pnw FMi E*U>r <Xve hamburger a new twist >nd •M K K«liah-«ty>e in maMng lt- »prii' marnrrnl In wide .ribbon •tape*. Trite nukes * hearty »upper dtoh th»t need* only crUp h«rd nHt and t green salad to accompany it. For dessert yoa might *erv« a seasonal dish of jellied oranges md ipples. idufM Rod* Ingredients: 4 tablespoon olive OH, ] pound JaMgn«, 2 clor«< garlic (minced), i4 pound mushrooms (sliced), K pound Italian sausage, 4 chicken livers (chopped), I pound hamburger, 1 egg*. S eight-ounce Mns rsgu MUM, H t«»epoon salt, dash pepper, on* 1 "4-ounce jar Pvr- meun cheese. Method: Pul « quart* boiling Kited water and 1 tablespoon oil in large kettle; add' lasagne, on< at a time, to prevent them from sticking together. Cook 30 minutes. Kins* with cold water; drain. Saute garlic and mushrooms to Z tablespoons oil about S minutes, or until brown. Remove sausage meet from casing. Add to mushroom mixture the remaining oil,' ehicfcen livers, ham- burger, and sausage; break meat into small pieces with fork and stir until brown. Beat eggs; add 6 tablespoons ragu sauce, salt, pepper, t tablespoons cheese, and meat mixture. Mix well. Place 1 lasagne ribbon on flat platter; spread with thin layer of meat mixture. Roll up Jelly-roll fashion; and stand up In baking dish, continue until all are used. Cover with remaining ragu sauce and sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake In moderate (350 P.) oven X minutes. Makes 8 to 8 servings. Note: The ragu seuce called for has a tomato paste base combined with beef, cheese, and spice. I*7«r rnH Stl^t Ingredient*: I packages lemon- flavored gelatin, 4 cups hot water, IW cups canned drained orange sections, 4 maraschino cherries, 2 cups diced unpeeled apple. Method: Dissolve gelatin in hoi wat*r In a 1V4-quart heat-reslsUint glass bowl. Allow to soil. Add orangr sections and cherries; these will sink. Then add diced apple; this will float. Chill in refrigerator about 3 hours or until firm. Makes 8 servings. Leftover Ham Can Be Used To Strengthen Food Budget By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Slfll Writer Use erery snip of cooked ham in Msy-to-eat recipes. That's one nutritious way to budget your food costs: Ham a la King on Taaat « aerring*) Two mips diced cooked ham, 4 Variety Is Possible with Pork Loins Like to try new dishes t Pork tenderloin lends ttseK to various ways of serving. This popular pork cut maw be left in one piece and louted or braised. It may b* cut Into Individual s«rvtne« and trench- ad (cat eross-wlM Into two-inch aUm and flattened) and braised or itowlr panfried. For stil men rtwngw, ** whole tenderloin may be filled with vell-s«UDi»tf staffing, says home •oonomtet Reba Stags*. Simply silt Mis muscle nearly through lengthwise, open K out flat and stuff. Or two teoderlolrn may be. flattened placed between them and way you pre- pla«* on a rmck in an open ; pan and rout in a moder- te own (910 deenw r,). Mnaiehtd t*od*r!ota tHoa* arc to a vwun aouoa *» braising maihod .and brown th* slIcM in fat, then ten aoo. To th* trtouU add one cup of •'lam, oovtr th« pan and allow tha BiMM to slowly oook for about Bdcnrtaa. To aerre, reinure the me* to a heated platter and thicken the for S««ial« to S.» Up Priority Lnt for lnv**tig<jtron« tablespoons butter or margarine, tablespoon* flour, 2 cups milk, 1 teaspoon jalt. n teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons chopped plmlento, 2 abtespoons chopped green pepper, cup mushrooms (optional), ( lice* bread, butter or margarine. Make a white sauce with butter. flour, milk, and seasonings. Add rlmiento and green pepper, browned diced mushrooms, and diced i»m. Serv« hot on toast. Ram-Cat>l>a|ce Cuafimle ! eup silvered cooked ham. cup* shredded cabbage, 2 table spoons flour, X cup milk, <A cup hredded cheese, 1 tablespoon but- r or margarine, 4 slice* tomato Cook cabbage S minute* In boll- ing salted wat«r. Drain. Alternate ayers of cabbage with ham in buttered 1)4-<nmrt casserole. Sprinkle with flour »nd half of the cheese "our on heated milk. Dot with butter. Top with tomato «!<«* and sprinkle remaining cheese over all Cent* and bake hi moderate oven SSO degrees P.) for K minutes Htmove cover and brown for abou t minutes. Hara-Spajhrttl SUHet Two <mp» slivered cooked ham, slices bacon, .H eup chopped onion cup chopped green pepper, clov* garlic, JH cups cooked toma *>ea (No. 3 can), T ounces apaghet ti, Vi eup shredded cheeoe. Dice bacon. Fry until crisp. Re move from skillet. Measure back t»bla«poon» drippings. Fry onio: and pepper until tender. Add h»r and brown x lightly. Add split gurll ctev* and tomatoes. Cover and sfm mwr SO minutes. Remove garlic. Cook spaghetti In boiling salted water OH teaspoons salt per quart until tender. Drain. Add spaghet and cheese. Simmer, nneoverei about 10 minutes. Season with sa and pepper to taste. TTA3HINOTON VPt— Th» Senate toTe*Ueatlons subcommitte* has ao many kiqulriw Into alleged govern mectatl misdeeds on its hands tha H ia going to establish a priority Uatir«. Chlnnan Hoey D-NO told a reporter jasterday ha win oall his group into session this week, pos albljr tomorrow, to d«oid« ttw order fc whloh to oonduct pubUo hear- NO ASPIRIN AT ANY PRICE CAN BE.., 'Get Out,' Negro Told UTTLB BOCK (/P) — Harold Flowers, pine Bluff Negro attor-, ney who has directed a legal fight] to abolish segregation hi Arkansas] schools, says he has received a threatening letter warning him to get out OS Pine BluSf and Arkansas by Feb. 1. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER HEWS p-Smacking Casserole Dish rom Cooked Ham or Pork potato mounds In a moderate oven (350 Deg. F) for 15 to 30 minutes. Spoon pork Into sweet potato nest*. Serve hot. S«aMs*et pork tat P»UU Bo*h eooked ham and port turn slly into llp-smacklng casserole ihes. Ham and Oatillllower (4 to t servings) Two cups chopped cootert ham, medium head cauliflower, cooked, 1014-ounce can condensed cream celery soup, % cup milX, 1 cup •edded aged American cheese, teaspoon savory (optional). Combine ham, cauliflower (scp- iteri Into flowerettes), soup milk, cup cheese, and savory in an led 2-quart casserole. Sprinkle mainlng cheese on top. Bake in moderate oven (350 nog. P.) for minutes. '•* to Sw«et Potato Neai, (4 swings) One and one-half cups finely chopped cooked pork, i cups mish- ed sweet potatoes, milk, 1 tablespoon melted butter or margarine, 1 cup peas, >/4 cup gravy, 14 teaspoon salt, vt teaspoon thyme. To the mashed sweet potatoes add enough milk to make mixture smooth and easy to shape. Divide In four mounds on a baking sheet. Make a well in the center of each mound with the back of a spoon. Brush with melted butter. Combine pork, peas, gravy, and seasonings In a saucepan or baiting dish, place pork mixture and sweet St.Joscph ASPIRIN SAVE EVEN HOfl! OK URGER 3i Tibltti 25C-1DQ Ttbltli SIZES R1CELAHD RICE COOKS BEST! Always Tender, «£°£»J™*1 fluffy Whlt«I f(>od edi tor» priis* The best cook. ^00^512^^^ always use genuine Riceland Rice ^^^f!+0i>'K^^_ because &S&3* For best rice cooking results always use genuine The World's Most Delicious Ricef (4 to I Two cups chopped cooked nark, 3 cups thinly sliced potatoes, 2 tablespoons finely chopped green Pepper, 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion, 1 10 ',i -ounce can condensed cream of celery soup. '/S cup mUk, 1 teaspoon salt, H teaspoon pepper, ',» teaspoon savory, ' cup shredded cheese (optional). Combine all ingredient* except cheese In a 1-quart casserole. Bake In a moderate oven (3SO Deg. P.) for 30 minutes. Remove from oven. Sprinkle cheese on top. Return to oven and continue baking for 30 minutes or until potatoes are dont. Read Courier New» Classified Ads. THURSDAY, JANUART W, Higher Pepper Safes nticipator hi Bombay BOMB AT, India. If- — Indian Waek pepper rxportan hop* for Increasing sales to Soviet, Russia, one* >n insignificant buyer of the «plce. Russia bought 1,000 tons of Indian-output in the II months end- Ing October 18S1, Bombay exporters declared. Tha United States bought 8,000 tons, followed closely by the United Kingdom with 2,000 tons. Russia Is buying the pepper with rupee* gained In the sale of 100,000 tons of food-grains to India during tht spring food crisis. Soviet purchases have eased a recent crisis in the Indian pepper ' industry, which has felt the pinch of competition from Indonesia and other countries. Wholesale Foods Prices Decline HEW YORK (AP) — Wholesale *ood prices dipped this week to the lowest level since mid-November of 1950, according to the Dun & Brad- «tre*t food Index. At $6.61, the Index compared with W.64 last week and was 5.3 per cent below the yeor-ago week's $7.02. The index represents the total ASUISTJTUTE lOt MEAT wholesale oo«t of on* powd 81 foods in general Mb Bead Oourlar Hews OliiaMhil Ada. Wake Up To More Comfort Without Nattlnc Btcfectw iVig»tn*i b*ck»cb«, lo*» of p*p »Bd» headache* * nd diziinew nay be du« to down of kidney function. Doctor* 4*7 kidney function U v*ry inporUnt to hfalth. When some «v»ryd*r con dit*on, u *tr*w and strain, MUM* this tmpa function toalowdowB,m»B»folk*aur!r Sing backache— ft*] mEMrmbW. Minor de r Irritations d u« to cold or wron g diet Don t reject your ktdn*y» if these eon*. tlonA bother you. Try Do*n'« Pj)l»-« »IH diuretic. Uwd sueef«ful] y by million! f«* over SO yean. It • mm*iin* how many t UcKn'i KLV* hmppy relief from thw di Lots ofoStored-up Sunshine 4 TO BRIGHTEN WINTER MEALS! ORANGE JUICE 46 Oz. Can Garden Gold FRESH EGGS SNOWDRIFT Moyrose Sliced N'wood Bacon 49c Mayroie Ready-to-Eat Picnic Hams ib. 49c Super Market LIMA BEANS \\J ounce pkg Mayros* i New Ways to Serve Breakfast S For 43c Roll Sausage ib. 39c End Cuts Pork (hops • ib. 39c Super Market Broccoli Spears 10 ounce pkg 23° .uu. T0 CARNATIOII MIX... T9c EVAPORATED 1 Tenn. Grade A—12 ox. box Slrawberries--31c Emperor Grapes - 2 fe. 2Sc Fresh Sliced Pork Liver - ib. 29c Center Cuts Pork Chops • ib. 49c Sunkist Super Market SPINACH - pkgs Lemons • - doz.27c GREEN Onions - 2 bchs. \ 7c Fresh Picnic Shoulder - ib. 34c FRESH Neck Bones - ib 19c Minute Maid ORANGE JUICE ENGLISH Walnuts - • ib. 39c ALL FLAVORS GUM 3 For 10c

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