The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1951 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE Jiffy Quick 1-Dish Meal Easy Way to Beat Heat B.r GAV.NOR .t!,\l>l>OX NEA Staff Writer Despite the heat, man must cut. Even If the family is nuay In Die- country, ttio.se left at home should find easy to prepare food on the shelves. That's where those 3'v ounce cans of Junior meats come In tidily. Added to canned cream soups, these diced meats turn them Into Jiffy one-dish meals. Junior meats can he used painlessly in any quick recipe railing for meats. So here are a few 7-orry-sroutliiB suggestions for lonesome riinrrs. These minute recipes carry on the food for the lonely idea further: rork Oinp Suer (I large serving) One 3'.< ounce can chopped pork, H cup chopped onion, 1: , cup chopped celery. ', cup sliced mushrooms, 1 tablespoon fat. "i eup broth 'from pork and bran spumts>, I tea.sporui flour. ' 4 tf-aspooti sail. ", trnspoon Worcestershire saure. 23 cup bean sprouts or rooter) shredded cahhage. .soy sauce, rooked rlre. Drain m?KL Urnivn onion, celery, mushroemis in hnt- fat,. Arid broth! Cover nurt cook until vegetables are tender. Combine flour and 2 tens- pnons water. Artel to vegetables with worh. sea- sonimrs. sprouts. Cook [or '2 lo :i nitnutes M'rrinq gently. Season with soy sauce and serve oti hot rice' Beef and Chip Casserole (1 senltiE) One 3 L i ounce can chopped beef, 1H cups broken potato chips. '3 can condensed cream of mushroom soup. Remove incut from can. Drain. Alternate layers of meat and 1 cup of chips. Add soup and meat brolh. Top with rest of chips. Bake nt 3511 acgrtes F. 10 minutes until, HuhUy brow/Jed on top, Quick OIilll II l.irRe mrltit) One 314 ounce can chopped be,ct I tablespoon fat, 2 tablespoons diced onion, 14 lea.sjiooirsalt. \i leas- poon chili powder, dnsh of pepper, Is cup rooked lomaloes or lomalo soup, 14 cup cooked reel kidney beans. Remove meat from ran, Drain Melt fai In skillet, atid onion until brown. Add remaining Ingredients Including brolh from meat. Cook slowly until flavors are blended about 15 minutes. Hear!} Sleal Salad (I l,irce spri'lug) One 1i-i ounce can chopped heef '1 teaspoon salt, 1 inblesponn French dressiUR. '•; (eainoon finely chopped onion. '4 cup chopped celery, 4 cun rooked peas, '^ dm pickle relir.h. 1 tablosnnon mayonnaise (optional), lettuce. I hard conked eCB. sliced. Remove meat from can nnrt drain savlnp broth for soup nr sauce. Add salt, dre.sslnn. onion, ceterv, peas relish Chill. Add mayonnaise Just before serving. Dn mil ovrrnv-;, .Serve in crisp lettuce cup garnished' with CRR slices. WAll.VIN(i OIIIIKK In the Oniincerv I'ourl. Chlcka- sauha nistrlct, Mississippi Counly, Arkansas. Edwin A. Rojcrs, Pll. vs - No. 11135 Eleanor Rogers, nit. The defendant Eleanor Rotrcrs Is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named In the captlou hereof and answer the complaint of the. plaintiff Edwin A Ropers Dated this 7 rlay of July. .!!)51. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. c. C, F, Cooper, ally for ptf. Gene E. Bratlle.v • tty ad lile.m _BI/mnrVTLLE. (ARK.) COURIER Here's Recipe For Hot Day Meat Dish Refreshing salads arn i pnrt nt many summer menu plans. As the main cour.w of yo i, r huffel or lunches, coollliR jellied meal salads lake nn an Important role. They're nlso popular these warm days because Iliey are made ahead nf dinner lime, (hen left lo "set" In ihr rcfripcrnlor-and what's more Important, Ihr.v are an Interesting way or iisInK leftover meal. Iferr's a recipe for mayonnaise meat loal--a combiiiaUon nf rook- ed vc.il w|(h rflcort celery, olives, peas, and. liarrl-cookeri OCRS in a RCIatln mnld._ifam. pork, ocef or rcndv-to-scrve" meat may be used equally as well In this recipe, says Reba Rfaccs, home economist. Mold the mixture In a lo,i! or rinz nan or Individual puns. Mayonnaise .Meat f.onf 3 t'ttps diced cookrd vcnl 3 tablespoons ce'atln -T '.Tfolcspoons «'atrr t'i cups hnt. mrat. stock '•/ cup nVpr] celery 'i cup sliced olives 1 Clip pras 3 diced 'hard-rooked egl-s 2 laljlespoons capers ! 1 cup mayonnaise ' Cut veal m >i Inch cubes. Soa',: ' selatin in 'i'nter and dissolve in meat stock, cool. Add rcmaimiiF insrcrlicirl.s lo rlici-d seal. When I Kolatln mixtnr« boRln-i to coiiEeal. I combine ailli mr ,it mixture ami ! pour Into loaf pan 15 x o inthesi i Place In refrigerator mid allou- to! stand until very firm. 12 servings — —————^—^^_^^^^_^^___ New Recipe Takes Drudgery From Preparing Day's Meals Vi" will admit a new reoipe for 'he. same old inzredicnt.? takes some at the drudgery out of ijel- ti'lR three "squnre.s 1 n riav And! also, that the rwiirmpiil of itimliiu I out. someUiiiiB <li(forent makes u,e | Dimmer kitchrn .seem a Intle cool-1 er. Spinach Is especially S rv^| n, a '.-eijetable loaf. Prepare exactly as fnr rreame.d spinach, adding a lit- ! lie cl-.oppeci onion [or flavor. Re- ' move the renter o! a loaf of stale nrcatl. IcavuiE a shell for the spinach. (Use the crumb." in pudc'ings or other baked dishes i Fill witn the hot snmarh mix- tine and n.oisl.en Die skKs and lop of Hit loaf, nn'te imlil hot and crisp, then cut in .slices and serve. Mrs. Letfia Booth of the Kitij;.s Arms Tavern in Williamsburji, Vir- elnia. .uiepe.ttx this nry one Crrnmril Onions Wllh Pcanuls Make a pood cream .sauce with liiiuer (i-pcipn found in any K r,ix\ A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT MACARONI-SPAGHETTI PURt. Egg NOOOLEO HALSELL'S CASH GROCERY , Formerly "Leadway" — Main & Division FRIDAY, SATURDAY* MONDAY SPECIALS! FRYERS Tender, DrM«e4 MADI IN BLYTHr/tLLE! FLAVORSOMI WHOLE HOG B&B SAUSAGE - M9c CORN KING, TRAY PACK, LEAN, DELICIOUS SLICED BACON ANOTHER SPECIAL BUY AT HALSELL'S SALT MEAT M9c CRESTA CREAMERY BUTTER ib 69c FAMOUS MOTHER'S BEST GREAT NORTHERN OR FRESH, HOME GROWN UGAR • 5' 39c EANS - 5 ii" 45c HOME-GROWN, RED-RIPE LARGE, TENDER EARS—HOME GROWN BALE'S JUICY, SWEET, JUMBO-SIZE » - ea. cook book). Boil onions, and pour sauce over them, adding salted peanuts either chopped or whole. Cover with buttered bread crumbs, and ^•akr- uiuil browned on top Fr^rn the University nl Connecticut Jrmma M. O7.ajkow.skl su^iie.su this dewerl that combines two pieri'ifnl -pasonnl InfrcdienU. Khuh.Mh.Oranfre Scallop (Serves fl.Rl •I'hir.' cups rhubarb. 2 tablespoons mel">rl buffer. 2 cups bread crumbs. !>•< cups brown .su = ar, i, teaspoon nutmeg, ?raterl rmd of one orange. U cup water, Juice of one orange. Cut lh» rhubarb info one-inch piece,. Mix the melted butter with the bread crumbs. Then combine the brown sugar, nutmeg, and orange rinrl .separalely. Place alternating layers of the rhubarb. siiRar-.spice mixture, and bread crumbs in a stea.seci casserole dLsh. usin^ the bi'ead crumbs for the top layer. Combine the orange juice and water and sprinkle THURSDAY, JULY M, 1951 urtr the ml«tur«. Cover and bake in a hoi oven '400 degrees F.) about 35 minutes. Remove cover and continue baking about 10 minutes, or until the rhubarb Is tender and the topping 'if. brown. Serve with plain or whipped cream. Major John Andre. British soldier, was captured behind American lines, where he had gone to ne- eotiate nn atlaek on West Point with Benedict Arnold in 1180, and was hanged as a spy in Tappan, Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Purr. Whole Hog Sausage Seasoned .Tust Right 1 . A BI.VTHEVIILF, FROHUCT PEN-JEL IM'tOVID tOWtJlKD i. f ,ll fKIINI tO* MAKING JAM JELLY * Preferred 3 in 1 over m>-crm<-chodby7.000H t^. FirmSttTfoth Textura i-J MiicKS WITH - MoreGluw*- 35 Tnf*4 **<[p*4 iJ.w.. 1 '" «v»r> b«x COUP., KANSAS CITY, MO.^* r YOV * ««OC«'f> OLEO Ib19c Asst. Flavors JelUO pkg, 5* E - Ib 79c The Pause that Refreshes COCA COLA 75c Red Sour—4 No. 2 Cans Grade A Fresh Eggs doz, 55* ERRIES 1.00 Tenn. Frozen—12 Oi. Pkg ST'BERRIES 25c 'SING«49c Solad Quesn Snow Crop Frozen—4 Oz, Can JUICE 10c CHOICE MEATS Battery Fed A Grade FRYERS - Ib 49c For Lurches BOLOGNAlb39c Morrell'j Sliced BACON - !b 45c Fresh Ground BEEF U. S. Good CK. ROAST ib69c iced . LIVER <b 35c Homo Grown TOMATOES CALIF, ORANGES 2 Lbs, 29< • Ib, 5? Long White CORN - ea. Iceberg LETTUCE - - 2 for 25* 432 Size Sunkist LEMONS - - doz.25< Asst. GUM - 3pkgs10< BISCUITS 2 for 25< Yarn! YOGURT cln23f Chicken and Corn Soup 1. c..n <*»l m,*i V >t ,,c.p M MilV <TF«tD Ol cnicKMt VlCTJr»«l*r 1 T '°" P ^* r ' "" t "< 7n "'f .s-fii *r\ip, com. milt. w^[«r. mh anj pcppT in jftucrpRn. OyiV over In* he« until KMminp hot, but do not eoiL S«r often. 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