The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 24, 1952
Page 11
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TWJRiDAY, JANUARY 24, 19B» GOLDEN POPOVERS, made of left-over oatmeal, and i.lled «lth ,.» crtunert chicken, make a delicious and thrifty dish. You'll Enjoy Oatmeal Popovers B> ; GAYNOR MADDOX 'NBA Food and Markets Editor ,;; L ;Bclieve it or not. light popover? can be made of leftover oatmeal! They are delicious, golden brown and liave « flavor that Is parllcu- UBily good when filled with creamed chicken, ham or seafood. Top Hal Oiilmea! Pnpovers (Makes 6 Popovers) On* cup cooked oatmeal, 2 egg yolks, 1 cup sifted enriched flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup milk, 2 egg whites, stiff-beaten. Grease glass custard cups or pop• over Irons and heat In oven while 'making the batter. .. Combine oatmeal and egg yolks. JKIft together flour, baking powder •flopd jolt. Add with milk to oaimeal- "legg mixture and stir in lightly. Fold i stiff-beaten egg whites into oat .meal; mixture. • Till hot custard cups or popover irons 2-3 full of baiter. Bake in hot oven (425 degrees F.) for 20 min• utes. : Make * "4-inch slit hi the top of ..each popover./or escape at steam Reduce heat to moderate (350-de- ,gre« f.1 and bak« 35 to 40 minutes longer. Remove ' from bakiric .pan. - * ' Cut the top off each popover and '.Ml with creamed chicken, ham or .tuna listi. Replace top and serve as • luncheon dish. • ; N<rte: These »»y also b* nerrKl plain with butter and Jelly >s a breakfMt bread. rXOatmeal fritters are made of two ..eups of cooked oatmeal. Serves with syrup and crisp bacon they too, make a fine luncheon dish Oatmeal Fritters '.• (Make. 10 to 1Z cake.) Two cups cooked oatmeal, 1 egg ?aten; >,i teaspoon salt, \', tea- .poon baking powder, \i cup" flour Combine oatmeal and beaten egg; sift together rest of Ingredients and add to oatmeal. Dent well Drop <i cup for each cake into hot rat "i-incli deep m frying pan Brown on both sides Drain-on absorbent paper. Serve «-itli butter and syrup. 8LYTHBVILLE {ARK.) COURIER NRWS Rice Cereal Pudding Is Fine Dessert For dessert after a simple main Bourse serve a fairly hearty dessert. Here U a pudding made with granulated rice cereal that has the flavor of Indian pudding and the delicacy of a rice pudding. Spicy Molasses rudding . M to 6 servings) Three cups milk. 1/3 c,, p molasses, i cup seedless raisins vi cup granulated rice cereal, if, teaspoon salt, <A teaspoon ginger y t teaspoon mace, 1 egg beaten. Place milk, molasses and raisins n top of double boiler. Heat over boiling water until milk Is hot and beginning t o steam. Sprinkle in rice cereal, salt, ginger and mace. Continue to cook over boiling water stirring frequently, f or 5 minutes. Pour a little cereal mixture over beaten egg, stirring : constantly. Then combine with.. remainjng cereal mixture Hi "-fop 1 of double boiler. Cook l minute longer, stirring constantly. Then remove from heat. Serve Blood Donor? Eat the Right Kind of Food A plea ha» gone out for American blood donors. persons who generously jive blood must pay special attention to their diet This is in light of a newer knowledge of nutrition In which U if now understood that the right khid of food Is Important for the formation o/ high quality blood, points out, Reba Staggs. home economist. Miss Staggs calU attention to Information coming from a Red Cross blood transfusion center in [xm- dou. England, revealing a reduction of about 10 per cent in blood quality of their blood donors at the present time. Authorities In England believe the reason for-(his reduced blood quality Is the long period of scarcity of meat In British diets.' Following research, a direct relationship has been discovered between the amount of protein and Iron rich foods, such as meat, eaten dally and the qaullty of blood It has been found that blood donors require an additional amount of protein and iron foods for rebuilding rich, red bloori. These nutritional needs are found in all meal with the variety of meats, liver, kidney and heart especially excellent sources. pudding warm or cold, accompanied with lliin cream or top milk. EDSON Continued from patt I T mlsht take E contract to senile publication in foreign countries of American books, printed in foreign languages. • •. Another organization, like American Press Institute, would be given a contract to bring more foreign editors >nd broadcasters to (he United States. Labor unions would bring foreign lalxjr leaders and educational organizations would bring foreign educators, Still another type of package deal would be m»de with organizations like 1 "Radio Free Europe," for spreading American ideas behind the Iron Curtain. Tills work is paying oH, but it can't be talked about too niuch". These Barrett recommendations are something of a compromise with the program advocated by Robert H. Hlnckley and other radio and press officials from private industry. They -advise putting the whole U, S. Information program under an Independent, 'non-government agency. Their argument Is that private Industry can do a lot of these propaganda jobs better than the govern-: ment, which is necessarily hampered by having to carry on diplomatic business with foreign governments. PAGE EI.EVEM Scientists are not certain why birds migrate in fall and spring, although one theory Is that changes in the amount of daylight i s the '.'trigger". i *3H CAREY Plump, Tender, Fully Drewed _ A r.ol HENS Freeman's Market guarantee* them fresh I EGGS II FREEMAN'S MARKET Across From the Mox Theater 20T6 Wesr Main Street ^"•'-••^•—••••—•i Old Judge Coffee Lb. Bag Hunt's Peache No. 2y<i Can • Wisconsin Early June PEAS 7 N ^ 1.00 Heinz 14 oz. bot(]« CATSUP :'5^ 350 S»I«rno-thins, Ib. box ea. -, . 230 CRACKERS ta Pure Pork SAUSAGE 3lbs.$1.00 Leon Pork LOIN ROAST lb.49* Lean Squares BACON 4 Ibs. $1.00 COWf^-SHOP—SAVE AT YOUR HOME-OWNED 4-STAR STORES Tennessee Brand FRESH FROZEN Strawberries Try this flavoraorne fresh rSOZEM CATFISH lb 490 In 12 Oz. C»n, Sliced KREY'S PORK & GRAVY „ 590 For a lasty winter meal BEELFOOT STICK CHILI , 55)! ORANGE JUICE Old Black Jot, No. 300 can BLACK EYED PEAS 3 ,„ 25rj Peter Pan's fasly PEAHUT BUTTER ....„.„,»$ Slock tip now and save on soap P&CLAUHDRYSOAP „„ 53 Fresh * 4 * STAR * STORES •* FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES Fine Red NEW POTATOES GREEN*BEANS Lb,19c MARGARINE Golden Ric Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street * Cecil Lowe's Luttrell's Picicard's

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