The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 24, 1952
Page 10
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Supply of Canned Tuna 'Enormous' And Price Down Casserole Dishes Offer Variety as Well As Aid to Budget Bj- GAT.VOR M.ADDO.V NBA Food and Markets Editor The supply of canned tuna Is enormous and prices are lower. The broken or grated Sunn Is even lower In price and can be used in cus- Eeroles. Almost everyone likes tuna, and you'll find these special recipes a boon to your family buriirct meals. Scalloped Potatoes wilh Tuna (4 servings) Two tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoons minced onion, 2 tablespoons flour, w teaspoon salt, '/•, teaspoon dry mustard, '.& teaspoon pepper, Ut cups milk, 3-ounce can sliced broiled mushrooms, >', cup grated American cheese. 3 cups thinly sliced cooked potatoes, 7-ounce can tuna fish. Melt butler. Add or.ion and cook over moderate heat for 1 minute. Stir in flour and seasonings. Add milk and contents of can of mushrooms. Cook, stirring constantly, until sauce thickens and boils. Add cheese, and stir until melted. Remove from heat. Arrange a third of the potatoes In bottom of greased one quart casserole. Sprinkle with half of tuna fish flaked medium fine. Top with & third of the sauce-, neppat process. Add final layer of potatoes and top with sauce. Cover'tightly and bake In moderately hot oven, 37S Deg. r.. until thoroughly hot, about 35 minutes. Remove cover and let casserole brown lightly, about 10 minutes longer. Ttma Tamale Pie (4 to 6 servings) Two .cups water. !4 teaspoon salt, H teaspoon oregano, 'A cup granulated rice crca), 1 egg. 2 (able- spoons butter, ^4 cup finely diced onion, !4 cup finely diced green Pepper, 7-ounce can tuna fish, g- ounce can tomato sauce, 1 cup grated American cheese. Bring water, salt and oregano to boil in saucepan. Sprinkle in rice cereal so boiling doesn't stop. Cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Lower heat and let cook S minutes, Btirring occasionally. Beat egg and jtlr In a spoonful of the cooked rice creal. Then stir mixture 'info rest of cooked rice. Place in well oiled shallow baking Pan, about 10x6 inches, pushing Into corners and lining the sides. Meanwhile melt iutter In saucepan over moderate heat. Add onion and let cook about 2 minutes, stirring frequently. Remove, from heat and add green pepper, flaked tuna BtYTHEVTLLE iARK,) COURIER NEW! HAWAIIAN STYLE made t»all, at horn* In . etufini rffsh. Sukiyaki Is Tasty Budget Dish By GAVN'OK MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Kiitlor When your /ood budget Is Etrnlti- ed and there's company (or dinner, turn to Far Eastern cookery, for a tasle treat, and also food lor conversation. This Japanese Sukiynki you see It done in the better Oriental restaurants In this country, Suklyakl Hawaiian Style Three tablespoons cooking oil, 'i pound lean pork, thinly sliced; 1 clove garlic, minced; 1 medium on Ion, sliced; 1 teaspoon kitchen bou n.uet. 3-ounce can sliced brollei mushrooms, 1 cup diagonally slicei celery, US cups thinly slireri whlti radishes or small tmnips, I 1 .? tea spoons salt, ',4 teaspoon ginger. Place oil In frying pan. Add porl which has been thinly sliced acros. the grain of the meat. Let cook un til nearly done and lightly brownci (about 5 minutes). Arid minced gar He and onion which has been halv ed then cut In sllver.6 lengthwise Continue cooking for about ft min utes. Stir In kitchen bouo.uet, (hen adi contents of can of mushrooms, eel ery, radishes, salt and gloger. Coy er and let cook for 10 minutes Serve with fluffy cooked rice. Serve a simple fruit ambrosln Jo dessert following your suklyskl Pass crisp plain sugar cookies o Oriental almond cookies if you can and tomato sauce. Pour fish mixture over rice, in center of dish. Sprinkle with grat eri cheese. Bake In moderate oven 150 Dcg. P., until cheese is mcltef «ncl lightly browned, about 25 min utes. AUTOMATIC SHORTENING MEASURE • SAVfSTIMC • SAVES MONEr > EASY TO 1/S6 EASY TO CUAN ] •Eliminates guesswork. Simply set it for correct amount and fill. Then push button to dislodge shortening. No fuss! No muss! Made of beautiful red plastic durably designed for years of use. Scud 25c in coin a wrapper from any Red Cross Macaroni product together «™ «? C T° Up0n bcl ° W l ° Red Cross Macaroni Premiums, .600 W. I ratt Blvd., Chicago 45, Illinois. Don't delay, send for ]t today. for over 90 years... Smart Cooks j^'^^ 1 Have Known _'•' I; '""" • T« IM imrcii niuiu ri> (tns to be the very finest AMU *0(/POItf TODAY! >lt> CSOii MACASONI PSfMIUMt 3M« F.-ou Blvd., Ct;<oca «, uiinoi, Automatic Shortening M M , ures j etrr lOHt JTATJ . get them In your nnphhnrhood. Oriental Ambrosia (4 servings) Two tangerine*. 2 bananas, coarsely diced; 2 rifces canned pineapple, dlcc'rt: >i cup sliced preserved ktimrjiiaus, 2 lable.srjooiis Pork Sausage Is Tasty and Cheap Mixed with Vegetables It Produces Good Casserole Dishes B.T GAYNOK MADDOX NBA F«od and Market* Editor Pork fausage is one of today's thrift Irs) m»at buys, U produces wonderful casserole dishes when mixed with vegetables and a cereal food. Mexican Luncheon [8 ttrvlngg) One pound sausase meat, 1 cun diced onion, 1 cup diced green pepper. 2 cups cooked tomatoes (one No. a cam, 2 cups sour cream, 1 cup uncooked elbow macaroni, 2 tablespoons tuear (optional), 2 teaspoons chill powder, 1 teaspoon Drown sausage in large skillet over low beat. Add onions and ?reen pepper and simmer 10 minutes. Pour olf all fat. Add tomatoes, sour cream, macaroni, and seasonings. Cover, Simmer 30 minutes, stirring fie^uer.fiy. Sau.iaire and Lima Be»n Otucrole (6 Mrvlngj) One pound sausage meat, 115 cups dried lima beans or 3>4 cups cup dry cup Peel eapple Juice. and secllon tangerines. •••— — Humi ortt» UMuio ro sumr ON HAND .___ | . Halve sections, removing any tcecls. Place In a brnvl and add the remaining Ingredients. To^s lightly together with fork lo mix thoroughly, Cover and chill u-cll until read)' to eerve. Lincoln Logs' Candy Ideal For February What sort at party would you like this month? The choice is certainly wide In February. 11 your taste rims to the Innc.y and frivolous, there's St. Valentine's Day to . celebrate. Or It yon prefer simplicity, there's Lincoln's Birthday on February 12. In any case, have refreshments in key with the occasion—which might very well be an afternoon tea. Lincoln Log* '.', cup butter H pound marshmallows (about cooked, 3 cups hot water, chopped onion, ", teaspoon mustard. 1 teaspoon salt, '.', cup tomato Juic*. Soak beans In water for 8 to 10 hours. Simmer gently U$ hours, or use canned lima beans. Drain, saving liquid. Brou-n '.', sausage and onion, slightly, stirring occaslonal- 2',4 dozen) H teaspoon vanilla 6 cups oven-popped Hoe cereaj 2 B-ounce packages semi-sweet chocolate bits Vi cup chopped nutmeats Cook butter and marshmallows over boiling water until syrupy, stirring frequently. Put cereal In. greased large bowl and pour on marshmallow mixture. stirring briskly. Divide mixture in hall. Shape each half into a roil about 13 Inches long and 114 inches in diameter. Wrap in waxed paper and let stand until rolls are cool. Melt chocolat* bits over hot hut not boiling water, place each candy Pork Chops Get New Look With Stuffing With pork plentiful you'll be wise lo have it frequently' these days Here's a way to lend variety to pork chops. Serve the chops 'with a loppln?. suggest* Reba Staggs, home economist, A dressing of cracker crumbs, onion and chopped hard-cooked f(??s. salt and a little milk to moisten makes the perfect topping Mr chops, place a mound of the dressing on each browned chop, cover and bake In a moderate oven '350 degrees F.) lor about 45 minutes. Rice-.omato is another flavorful topping. Brown the chops on both sides, then place In a baking dish and place an onion slice and a green pepper ring on each chop. Arrange washed and drained rice over the chops, add a can of tomatoes, season, cover the casserole and bake In'a 350 degree F, oven for about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Another favorite topping I 5 made of prunes and onion slices moistened with lemon juice. Place a pit- led prune and an onion slice on each thoroughly browned chop, cover and cook for about 45 minutes. With cranberries being a seasonal favorite, let them blend tlielr flavor wilh pork. Brown the chops, then add cooked sweetened cranberries to the pan. cover and cook until the chops are done. Serve the chops topped with the colorful cranberry sauce. THURSDAY, JANUARY 84, 19M roll on * piece of waxed paper; pour half of melted chocolate over each. With exception of diagonal ends, cover rolls evenly with chocolate. Sprinkle nutmeats over each roll. Let stand until chocolate hardens. Yield: 1 roll*, IVi Inches in diameter. ly. Drain off excess fat. Combine beans, browned sausage, onion mustard, and salt. Place In r one- quart casserole. Make 10 small balls out of remaining sausage. Place on top of bean mixture. Pour tomato juice over beans. Bake covered in a moderate oven (350 degrees r.) for 45 minutes. Remove cover. Bake 15 minutes longer to brown sausage. Harvest Casserole (S servings) One pound pork sausage links. 2 tablespoons chopped onion, 1 can cream tomato soup. >4 teaspoon salt, 1 small package (5-oz.) noodles, cooked, w cup <2-or) shredded cheese. Pan-fry sausage until lightly browned. Remove from skillet and brown onion. Drain. Save 'drippings, combine onion, tomato soup salt, noodles and VI cup drippings! Place in a U4-quart casserole, top with saujage and sprinkle with cheese. Bake uncovered in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 30 minutes. j ^^^ If you're looking for food bargains „,„ isn'tt... your search has ended, for here are the answers .. wholesome, nutritious Midwest dairy products, economical enough for every homemaker's budget! ] r Golden Royal PASTEURIZED, HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D ILK Healthy, happy youngsters, back to school again, need the benefits of new Golden Royal Vitamin- rich milk. Grownups too enjoy this sweeter, fresher, finer-tasting milk, enriched with Vitamin D to give greater food energy. Pasteurized for purity, homogenized for flavor. Get some today, and every day! Available at your foverif* foorf 4 A f • MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPORATION ST ,,r -' /rr -f ~. D< *!"°" C !I Y PRODUCT * CORPORATION AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES: McConn's Grocery Mays' Supermarket Rustic Inn Goff Hotel Snider's Restaurant Victory Cafe Strickland Grocery . Wyatt's Grocery Parkhurst Grocery Bctts Grocery Curve Inn Grocery Crawford's Grocery Moody's Cafe Bates Grocery l-',ttle Suoermorket Gosnell School Liberty Cash Supermarket Mack Suey's Market Woods Drug Kroger Store Weeden's Grocery Jackson Grocery Wys Grocery Blanchard's Grocery Pay-Less Grocery Eakes Grocery T. K. Long Grocery May & Sons Grocery Hester's Grocery Luxora School Victoria School Chews Grocery Miller's Grocery Lutes Grocery Doowood Grocery White's Cafe Scott's Grocery Thomas Chiu'i Grocery D, A. Smith Grocery Tomlinson's Grocery Halsed's Grocery Rosenicnu (jroi-ry B. C. R. Grocery Parish Grocery Ricknrd?on Grocery Bud Smith Grocery Brown Grocery Happy Hour Grocery Moore's Grocery Patron & Patton Cafe City Cafe Hodge's Grocery Supper Club Mullins' Grocery Bailey's Grocery Bailey's Caf« Rhoades Grocery . Langston & Langitor. Wilson Grocery Bond's Grocery Casseroles Hike Ground Beef Use Mix with Onion And Tomato Soup ' For a Quick Dish Meat loaves and patties are not the only dishes you may prepare from ground beef. Casseroles are one more tempting use of ground meat. For > quick casserole, combine browned ground beef with minced onion. Molsteri the meat with tomato soup and slowly simmer for a few minutes. Then lop the casserole with drop blculls or form a complete biscuit crust over the dish and cook In a 450 degree F. oven for 12 to 15 minutes .or until the biscuits are baked. Another first in casseroles combines ground beef «-lth spaghetti, says home economist neba Staggs Again after browning the meat, combine It with minced onion and with cooked spaghetti. Complete and combination 'with mushroom soup. Or. If you prefer, use canned spaghetti and tomato sauce lo make the dish, cover and cook In a moderate oven lor 39 to 45 minutes Although close to the patty form porcupines'; may be a dish you have overlooked, in this case, combine ground beef wilh bread crumbs onion, Ealt and paprika. Form the meat Into balls and then roll in nee, pressing the rice firmly Into the meat mixture, place the rice covered balls in a pan, pour diluted condensed tomato soup over them, cover the utensil and let the porcupines slowly simmer for about 45 minutes. Hollywood Continued, from Page 8 inlte." The way he put It: "We're Irving to S el a truce In Korea. The time Just Isn't ripe. But I'm ready." • • • • Director Budd Boettlcher Is asking his UI bosses to buy "Red Reef." a story about Communist Infiltration into Hawaii, as hU next film. Its by Charles Lang Wn0 's married to former film star Helen Parrish. .... . The Philip Dortis made headlines in Munich when an MF threatened to lock them up as suspected spies. They'd left their passports In a hotel safe, • • • Laralne Days book, "Day With the Giants." will be on the bookstands in mid-April. All about what it's like to be married to a baseball team. . . . Fred Astaire's mulling the Idea of a western musical. A spur-of-the-moment dance? Frankle Laine's throat trouble cost him »33,000 in bookings during his six-week layoff. . . . Bill Henry's back in town to resume his film career, pulling an end lo those "nervous breakdown" rumors. Pity the Poor Studio A fan-magazine editor who asked a top star for permission to do a photographic layout on her home was told: "If you pay the bill for disconnecting my three TV sets and hiding them. The studio doesn't want any TV sets to be ehown In pictures of my home." Burt Lancaster and Director Stuart Heisler are discussing plans for a movie to be filmed In Jamaica. He just finished one there wilh Linda Darnell. * • * Producer Sol Leaser's description of th» *irl he wants to tint fer "Cave Girl," story of * prehistoric glamazon: "An alhlttle- beauty wfc» «u swim like a flih. run like a dew, flint like « tiger, climb lik« a man- key and hut like a bear." Acting, obviously will b* Incidental. • * • Writer John Lucas says he met an unusual character at * party— an Eskimo tycoon. The guy runs • big chain of parka lots in Alailu. • • • W you're aeeirur the o!d Carota Landls-John Hubbard movie "Turnabout." on vpur TV set, notice th» actress who plays a bit role u th» maid. She's' Yolande Donlan, American girl who went to Lo and became a big star after finishing "Mr. Drake's Duck" for Douglsj Fairbanks. Jr. ASUiSTlTUTC ro« MEAT FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. 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