The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 24, 1952
Page 12
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FACBIWELTK BLTTHBVILLK (A*K.) COURIER XIWi THURSDAY, JANUARY M, 195J Warm. Up Cold Night WithHotOyster Bisque By GAYNOR MADBOX NBA Food and Market* Editor There's nothing better than a hearty hot soup for supper on a cold Sunday night. Try this variation of oyster stew that requires only a dozen oysters and is almost too good U> be true. Serve with crisp crackers or buttered toast. Oyster Mushroom Bisijue (4 to G generous servings) One-quarter cup butter, 1 cup finely diced carrots. 1 cup finely diced turnips, 1 cup finely diced celery, 2 cups milk, 2 cups light cream, 1 dozen oysters, 2 tablespoons cornstarch. 3-ounce cnn chopped broiled mushrooms, PA teaspoons salt, Vi teaspoon pepper, 'A teaspoon paprika. Melt 2 tablespoons' butter in saucepan. Add carrots, turnip and celery which have been cut In % inch cubes. Cover and cook over low heat untile barely tender, about 10 minutes, stirring-occasionally. Meanwhile, scald milk and cream In double boiler over boiling water Melt remaining a tablespoons butter in frying pan. Drain oysters lightly, reserving liquor. Place drained oysters In frying pan and cook over moderate heat just until Good Eating News for the Calorie Counters: Dressing with No 'Weight' he edges begin to curl. Blend coriistarch and oyster 11(1- jor together and add to oysters. Stir unlll thickened. Add contents of can of mushrooms and cooked veegtables. then gradually stir in the hot milk and cream. Add .seasonings. Heat thoroughly. Correct setiEon- fngs If necessary. Serve lightly sprinkled with minced parsley. For dessert serve chocolate layer cake with orange cream Icing. Use handy packaged cake mix. All [he packaged mixes come with detailed mixing directions on the package. However, If you have on electric blender, mix the batter to a velvety smoothness In ft fraction of Ihe time usually required. Pour half of the liquid called for Into the glass container. Add the contents of the package of mix and the remaining liquid. Covet the container and turn on the blender. Run 5 seconds. Stop blender and stir down with a narrow spatula. Blend 15 seconds longer, then stir down again. Pour into the prepared pans and bake. For orange frosting, use concentrated quick-frozen orange Juice in place of the cream In your usual confectioners' sugar Icing. By GAVNOR MADDOX NKA Food and Markets Kdllor Here's good eating news for calorie counters—two recipes with wonderful flavor that have sympathy for people who want to keep their wciiiht down. Tomalo Collae* Cheese Dressing • (Z cui>s salad dressing) One-quarter cup Mlad oil, M cup chili sauce, 8-ounce cnn tomato sauce, 1 tablespoon finely diced onion, 1 cup cottage cheese, 8 ounces. Place all Ingredients in a deep bowl. Beat together with rotary neater until smooth. Serve over let- (uce or mixed salad greens. Tf you have an electric blender, just place all ingredients In the glass container. Cover and blend unlil smooth, about 30 seconds. Mushroom Veritable 8o«» (4 MTVillR") One tablespoon butter, >,4 cup finely diced onion, ',4 cup finely diced celery, 'A cup finely diced carrot, 3-ounce can chopped broiled mushrooms, 2 cups water or broth, 14 teaspoon salt, '.4 teaspoon pepper, 1 teas|>oon minced parsley, Vt cup non-fat dry milk solids, 1 tablespoon flour. Place butter In saucepan over moderate heat. Add onion and celery and let cook about 5 mlnytes stirring frequently. Add carrots, contents o( can of mushrooms, 1 cup of the water or broth and Ihe seasonings, including the parsley. Cover and bring to boll. Let cook untl he carrots are barely tender,! about 5 minutes). Blend together .he remaining cup of water or broth with the milk solids «nd the flour. >our mixture Into the soup and >rini? to boll again, stirring constantly. Correct seasoning if neces- iary. Let simmer ovc-r low heat for about 6 minutes. Serve Immediately. Accompany with salad greens topped with a low-fit dressing. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chkka- nawbi District, MlMiwdppi County, Arkansas. Joe D. Martin and Anna C. Martin, Ptf. vs. No. J1949 Charles Wampler, Dft. The defendant, Charles Wampler Is hereby warned to appear within the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, Joe D. Martin and Anna C. Martin. Dated thli 8th day of January, 1W7. Harvey Morrli, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. O. P. Cooper, attorney for ptf. Gene Bradley, attorney ad lit cm. l|10-n-24-31 Read Courier News Classified Adi. CaVorlt Content* Foodo which supply the greatest proportion of the world's calorie requirements, with the amount of energy contributed by each expressed In trillions of calories, are rice 900, wheat 3d, sugar 209, rye 164, barley D » FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip?) FABTEETH. «n Improred powder to b« sprinkled on upper or lower plntes, holds false xeeth more firmly In place EX* not slide, Blip or rock No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FAS- TEETH Is alk»lne (non-acid). Does not Kour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Out PASTEETH «t »ny drug Lilte «• tkit r*1i»b1« «m*rfy to* relief ef tough* rfv* to caldt. It lattif food .. • eciy la tok*. WAIT'S GRIEN MOUNTAIN COUCH SYRUP 9. potatoes »9, and m«at 08. Housework Easy Without' Nagging Backache , , headaches and dlitfn*** m»y be d u* to »lo w- dowrj of kidney function. Doctors »»7 *<*>* kfdriej function b very important to too* health, when some «veryd&y condition, lueh AS atrc&« and ail-sin, e*uovfl thU important f unction to alow down, many foLk*»uffern*«- tins backache-fe*! miserable. Minor bladder Irritations due to cold or wrong dkt m*y eau»« ge ttingu p n igb u or frequent pu**«r«*. Don t neglect your kidneyi if the« condition* bother you. Try Do an '» Pi!ls-» mHJ diuretic. Used iucc*«fuUy br million* for . over 60 years. If* um*zLn*how miny tlrnM Doan i give happy relief from tfi«+* dUcom- fort«-h«l P theI5mil€«of kidney t Urc flu»K out wajte. ' Ham Stuffed with Big Sweet Omons Make Low-Cost Dish Big, sweet, onions stuffed with ground left-over ham is a savory low-cost dish. Acorn squash, filled with bulk tausage, makes another main course pleasing to both palate and pocketbook. :....' Him Stvffed OnloM . (Serves 4) Pour large sweet onions, 2 table- apoons ham drippings, 1 /4 cup celery, diced; 1 tablespoon parsley, ininc- «d; 1 cup cooked ham, ground; salt «hd pepper, vegetable stcek (onion). Peel onions and remove tops. SJmmer In salted water until almost tender; drain. Remove the centers •without disturbing outer layers. Chop cectew. M«M > tabtoipoora drippings In •UHai; KM the minced onion, celery, and parsley. Oook a few mlri- «tw. add bread onunbc, ground twin, i»lt, pepper. Moisten with (the water hi.which and mix well. Fill colon ahtfe. 'Pre-Baking' Broiling TM* War o* Cooking ! CMch«n I* Sure-Fire • jm ftod t»o*ed chicken a ttt 1t» bwd ft* your oooMng talent, try •ik oven method. It to easy am auM-flre. The chicken will be Jus win* ycm dreamed of. Baked Broiled Chtetmn M Krrinri) Two «m»n broiling chickens •bout 1H to 2 pounds each, *i •oft batter or margarine, 1 table •poon kitchen bouquet, J tnhlo epoona lemon Jiilce, & teaspoo ginger, 1 teaspoon salt,.H tcaspoo pepper. Rave meat dealer split chicken fci haH tor broiling. Blend togethe butter and kitchen bouquet, the gradually sttr hi lemon juice an Reasonings. Brush mixture all over each ha broiler. Arrange the halved chick ens skin side down In shallow bak ing pan. Cover pan with simlla p«n, inverted, or a sheet of alnm num. foil. Bake In moderate oven, 325 gree» F., until chicken Is tcnde about 1 hour. After 40 minutes tur chicken skin side up, baste well wi 1 the pan Juices and continue bakin uncovered, until done. Remove cooked chicken from th oven and place skin side up on ra in pre-heated broiling compar ment. Broil 3 to 4 inches from mo erate heat until lightly browned an crisp (about 5 minutes). Serve Immediately, garnish with crisp water cress or parsley. Bake in covered pan in a moder- e oven (350 degrees p.) for 30 mln- *s. Remove the cover the last :w minutes of baking so the onions ill brown. Sausage anA Squash (Serves 4) Two acorn squash, or I amall- led winter squash, salt and pep- er, 1 pound bulk sausage. Cut acorn squash in halves or Inter squash into four pieces and imove seeds and stringy portion, ut sloshes In the squash to the nd, and sprinkle cut surface with . alt and pepper. Shape sausage into I thin patties and place in hollows j f squash. Place squash In shallow baking an, add hot water to the depth f y> inch. Bake in a hot oven (315 egrees to 400 degrees P.) 60 to 60 ilnutes, or until the scniash is soft. Turn sausages once during cooking o Insure thorough heating. thirty days In the court named in SLICED IAC8N for qnlck-to-fix, -k>-eat treats For brighter lor tempting luncheon and supper dishes—serv« Evergood llavor-Hch bacon. U has a delicious balance o( lean and fat, and It's sliced just right k* crap, tender goodness. Always ask lor Evergood Sliced Bacon. BUT it *t your grocers Hfl-j Co., M»mphii, Tina. MCELAHD RICE COOKS BEST'. Nationally famous food economists and food editoro praise Always Tender, Fluffy White! The best cooks always use genuine Riceland _Rice because For best rice cooking results always use genuine The World'* Most Delicious Rice! ESSON OIL QT. 52 C MIRACLE WHIP QT. 59 C RISCO LB. CAN TIDE - - - Ige.box29c DUZ or OXYDOL - Ige.box27c Country Styl* Pork Sausage ib 25c CURED Carnation Evaporated MILK - 3 tall cans 43C Picnic Hams - ib. 39c CUDAHY'S Wicklow Bacon 39c Early June PEAS - - 12 ansl.OO Mountain Valley — Vi Gallon Mineral Water - 45c Campfir* CUDAHY'S Roll Sausage - ib. 29c FRESH SLICED PORK LIVER - ib. 25c 64 SEEDLESS Grapefruit-2 ferISc GOLDEN HEART CELERY--Ea. 15c JUMBO Cauliflower - Ea. 39c LARGE SIZE Vienna Sausage 15c Tropic Isle Sliced—No. 2Vi Can iAPPLE - - 33c FRESH DRESSED FRYERS - - - ib 55c FRESH GROUND (OCOANUTS2for29c RADISHES - bunch 5c BEEF ib.59c ToilefTissue2roiis17c CHARMIN SHOP & SAVE AT LIBERTY!

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