The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 17, 1952
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PAGE TEM Baifaued Pot Roast Is Tasty Only 40 MinutM N«cd«d if Pressure Cooker li Used By GATNOtl MADDOX tm\ Food and Markets Editor Rich flavor, difference, tlme-sav leg and tenderness, that's what the pot roa«t barbecue has. It is cooked in a pressure cooker and therefore tekee only 40 minute* Instead of 3 «• 4 hours, old style, Pot Koa<* Bari>«cue J"our pounds pot roast, 2 tablespoons fat, 2 teaspoon* aalt. V, tea- ipoon pepper, % cup Hour, Vi table- ipoon paprika. V4 cup chili sauce, 2 tablespoon* dill picVlt Juice, 1 tea- apoon Worcestershire sauce, H teaspoon dry rmistard, '4 teaspoon chili powder, 1 tablespoon brown sugar. M teaspoon celery seed, 2 red onions, sliced. ' Rub combined salt, pepper, flour and paprika into meat. Heat cooker, add fat and brown pot roast well on all sides. Combine chili sauce, dill pickle juice, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, chill powder, brown sugar and celery seed and pour over meat. Turn meat until U Is well coated with the mixture. Place onions over top. Place cover on cooker. 'Allow steam flow from vent pipe to release all air from cooker. Place Indicator weight on vent pipe and cook 40 minutes with •tern at COOK position. Let stem return to DOWK position. Liquid may be thickened for gravy. Danish Delicacy We went to a Danish party where everyone talked about good food. The Danes know how to cook, you know. This recipe for unusual cliick- «n liver saute, using kijnfa, a mild Danish cherry wine, was one of our «nd* at the friendly gathering: Chicken Liver S»uU Kljafe (Serves 4) One pound chicken Hvers, 1 cup sliced mushrooms, 2 tablespoons *ln« chopped onions, 1 clove garlic, 54 cup butter, % cup cherry WJafa, or cherry Juice may bt used. Salt and pepper to tatte. Blanch and clean livers. Sprinkle Hghtly with kijafa; add salt and pepp«r. Roll In flour. Saute in but- t«r until brown, add onions and mushroom*. Cook one minute. Add kljafa, chary wine or cherry juice. Cook another minute. Arrange the livers on toast; pour liquid over livers, top with French fried onion ring*. Serve with filed apple on.the »tde. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER When VOH dean your refrigerator be sure to wash the rubber gasket •round the door with warm water to keep It Jree from greace and tot- • Goulash Dish Feeds Family Less Expensive Cut Of Meat Can Be Used For good eating with zesty flavor, goulash fills the family bill of fare. Use s less tender and therefore less ex|»nsive cut of meat. The secret of tenderness lies In long, slow very slow, cooking in moist heat. Hungarian Goulash (Serves 6) Two pounds shin beef, 2 'ft teaspoons salt, !S teaspoon pepper, J/16 teaspoon cloves. 2 tablespoons fat, 1 cup sliced onions, 1 clove garlic, minced, 'f, cup finely diced celery, 8 ounce can lomnto sauce (1 cii|>>, "t cups water, 1 teaspoon paprika, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, ii cup red wine or water. Cut ment in 1 Inch cubes and place in mixing bowl. Sprinkle salt, pepper and cloves. Toss lightly to coat evenly. Melt fat in Dulch oven or large saucepan. Add meat and brown over moderate heat. Add onion and garlic. Cook about 5 minutes longer, stirring frequently. Add celery, tomato •sauce, water and paprika. Cover and bring to boil. Lower heat nnd lot cook' until meat is tender, about 1 hour, or until meat li fork tender. Blend together and stir In corp- starch and wine or water, allowing mixture to boll thoroughly. Serve over hot cooked egg noodles. Tomato-Shrimp Sauce Adds Zest To Spaghetti Here's another seafood variation on the spaghetti theme. Remember, both shrimp and clams are good sources of protein. SpHhrtll with Tomato-Shrimp (MakM g MI iInn) One pound raw ihrlmp, H eiip olive oil. 1 clove fjarllc, minced. 1 No. 5 can tomatoes, 1 s-ouncc can tomato paste. 3 teaspoons salt, ", teaspoon oregano, dash Tabasco, 2 tablespoons salt, 4-8 quarts boll- ing water, 1 pound spaghetti. Shell raw shrimp, remove the black vein and set the shrimp aside. In a saucepan, heat olive oil. Adti garlic and saute until garlic becomes lightly colored. Adrt tomatoes, tomato paste, 2 teaspoons salt, oregano and Tabasco; stir well, Cook over low heat 20 minute*; stirring occasionally, stir In shrimp; continue cooking 1 minutes. Serve sauce over cooked spaghetti. To cook spaghetti, add t tablespoons salt to rapidly boiling water. Gradually add spaghetti so that water conlinues to boll. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender. Drain in colander. Cottage Cheese Very Valuable Low Cost Food Colt»g« cheese ls a very valuable low cost food. It supplies good quality protein and calcium. Try combining It with fruit In pleasant salads and with scrambled eggs. Collate Cheese and Prune Salad (Serves 4) Twelve cooked prunes, 'A cup cottage cheese, 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, 2 tablespoons chopped peanuts, 1 salt to taste, mayonnaise. Pit and chill prunes. Combine cottage cheese, orange rind, peanuts, and salt. Moisten (his mixture n-ith mayonnaise dressing and stuff into prunes. Serve on salad THURSDAY. JANUARY 17. II green*. CJMM0 One taMopoon fat, % teaspoon ». I»PP«r. K cup etlk, 6 «ggj, slightly beatmi; «4 eup cottage chewe, \ siiw, toast. Heat fat In fry pan. Stir season- Ings and milk Into eggs, Pour into fry pan and cook slowly, stirring occasionally. When eggs are thickened, mix In cottage cheese. Serve at once on toast. Hollywood Continued from page 8 for her shrewd ability to make a buck, walked into a cafe and a AUTOMATIC SHORTENING • SAVES TIME • SAVES MONEr • EASY TO USE * fASr TO Of AN — i — •Eliminates guesswork. Simply set it for correct amount and fill. Then push button to dislodge shortening. No fuss! No muss! Marie of beautiful red plastic durably designed for years of vise. Send 25c in coin, a wrapper from any Red Cross Macaroni product together with the coupon below to Red Cross Macaroni Premiums 3600 W. Pratt Blvd., Chicago «, Illinois. 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"What's the matter with your boy trlendl- th« director Mid. "He's In a good spot to h«lp a ftru&llng young actres*." "Yeah," »h« replied, "but HE'S the on* J'n ten itruggllng WITH." • • • The head of • major studio's story department, according to Frank DeVol, asked an Important producer If he had read a synopsis ot a certain novel. "Head a book? Why, I haven't had time," anorted the producer. "I could have someone tell you A SUiSTITUTi FO» MEAT the plot," suggested the storjr department boss. "But I couldn't get anything out of It that way, "objected the producer. "Well," taM the ttor? department head In desperation, "how would you like to hive me com- Cu •vtryOM M< (rov tbkl »*rvoui. luttf y loo^ ^ fool flvw thai you ue fiuaefln» 7; ct»!iIM't-lll« f Slue, mike-up "-' nuileate th« Mn tt KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESSWASTE _ *«gu>v*ckach«,lQMofit*i>*Bd«a*r>ft bcAdtch** »n<l d (ulna* m*r be due to •lowdown of kidn«y function. Doctor* •** V>o4 k(dn*y function U v*ry Important to *** health. Wh*Bftorne everyday condition, »»«* a* itrttt and •train, c*u**a tfaU important funct ion U>s]ow down, maty foUc4»uffcrDW Bin B btck.\ch*-fe«J mi*«*. Minor bidder kriutton* du« to cotdor wrong di*t m*f CAUM ce tt Enc u p night* o r frequent P*M**W. Don't nct-Wt j-our ktdnt» if tb«*» *»sdt Upni bother you. Try Doan'* FIJI*-* nM diuretic. Uwd tucecMfuily by miUh>n« far ov*riOy*«rt. It's anaifnx how w.nrUm** Uo*n » BIV« h»rpy r*li*f f rom th««* rfUtom- fortJ-htlp th«l 6 rmWcf IcEdneytubw »nd«l- *. G*t Ck*n'« o ur FINE MEATS Kraft Velveefa CHEESE LB. BOX 89 RK CHOPS Center Cut . LD. COFFEE Chase & Sanborn Vac-Pac DESK EGGS Med. 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