The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1951 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 26, 1951
Page 13
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THURSDAY JULY 2fl, 1951 Sean Dishes Can Provide Protein W/ien Meats Are Scarce and High BLYTHRVIL1.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS When meat Is scarce or highly priced, look elsewhere for good protein food. Dried beans are a good source of protein. II combined with a little milk or cheese, or U any other "complete" protein Is served with them at the meal, they become excellent food for the fatn- 3ft«y's main meal. Furthermore, dried Beans are plentiful now and budget priced. cum tif*n Bake (4 generous servings) Two fartiespoons bacon fat, *i cup finely' diced onion. 1 teaspoon Imtlien bouquet, 2 t*?a.spoon.s flour, Vf teaspoon salt, l i teaspoon chili powder, 8-ounce t:an tomato .sauce. No. 2 can red kidney beans, 12- ounce can p,'hole kernel corn Melt fat over moderate heal. Add onion and let cook about 3 minutes, stirring frequently. Stir Lu kitchen, bouquet. Add flour, salt and chili powder, mixing well Add contents of can of tomnto sauce Bring to boil, stirring constantly Arid contents of cans of kidney beans and corn, pour into individual casseroles and heat in moderatety hot oven (315 deg. P.) until thoroughly hot, about 30 minutes. Serve garnished with a half atrip of crisp bacon. Accompany with brown bread and a crisp mixed green salad. Baked Hean Patties (L'feld: g pat(fes) One No. 3 can kidney beans, 4 ounces American cheese, 2 tablespoons finely diced onion, 1 egg, |i cup milk, *; ctip fine dry bread ^gyimbs, f-t teaspoon salt, >s tea- ^fl>oon pepper, i tablespoon minced parsley. 2 tablespoons soft fat. 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet, 8-oimce can tomato sauce, M cup" finely diced green pepper, L teaspoon sugar, >4 teaspoon Worcestershire aauce, 3-ounce can shopped broiled mushrooms. Drain kidney beans and coarsiey dies cheese, put benns and cheese through food chopper together. Add onion, egg, niHfc, bread crumbs. salt, pepper and parsley. Mix together well with kitchen fork and let stand at least 5 minutes. Drop mixture by heaping tablespoons onto greased shallow baking dish, making a large patties. Bake in moderately hot oven (375 deg. P.) until patties are crusty on the out- •ide, about 15 minutes. B!en4 to- iethar the fnt and kitchen bouquet •nd brush lightly over the tops of tha patties. Continue baking until pattlM ar# crisp and browned, about is minutes longer. Meau- Vhile combine remaining in^rpd- MEATLESS MAIN III- - Hi ins kidney beans and corn, ajl LiADi C0ft|b|n . Secret of Good Stew-Follow These Steps Are you somel imo.s disappointed • !i> (he meat .stew.-; you prepare? [}o they seem to lack (he flavor ol the savory sieves you've en ten in nv- ' laurants? Here arc some conking pointers which may lie helpful. ', 1. Ill-own llir meal thoroughly before ntldms liquid. Then sprinkle ! well with salt, nrppt'r and paprika.; 2. Add a relatively small amoutil i "! liquid instead ot "drownine" the ' 3. Adit plinly nf rhupiied onions arid some sliced celery and celery leaves. When these arc added at tile beginning ol <hc cookius period. IHey Elavtn boih meal and ^r;ivy. You can add a fen- whole black \ popper.s. a small piece of l)i>y leal and a pinch of herbs such as basil, i mi'i-Jcram and rosemary. 4. The cooking should l>r LONG i ami -SLOW Most people do iu>1 i cook ^tew Ions enough tn complete- ' ly tenderize the meat Many slews '. rcrmire 3 hours cooking time. The ! pan should be covered and the ht[- , uid should simmer (bubble vcrv slowly). . " i Smoked Picnics Are Cheap, Tasty Treats in Meat Step rfgiu up to your meatman and a-sk him for a sinokec! picnic. The economy at this tasty cut '*KI deliglil you and its Inun-like flavor will plca.w 3'uur family. Picnics arc sold as both cooked and uncooked items. They weigh from 4 to 7 pounds, which makes them a good buy Tor the small family. How should !i smoked picnic be prepared? You can bake it. or cook '.t !n watei—and you can glaze it, too. as you would a ham. To bake, place the picnic in a 325 degree P. oven in an uncovered pan, and hake 35 minutes per pound. The lust half hour, remove rind, spread with a glaai (brown suijar moistened with fruit Juice) and finish baking. To cook in water, place in deep pan, cover with water, bring to a boil, reduce heat and cook 35 minutes per pound or until tender. Add to tile cooking waicr several cloves, a piece of bay leaf and an onion. The American Federation of La| bar «ns organized in Pittsburgh ' Nov. 16, 18S1. In parts of Eumpe. the St. Johns wort plant was believed to have the power of averting destruction by lightning. <f tents in small saucepan. Bring to boil. Let simmer about 5 minutes. Serve the hot sauce over the pat- tips. Econtmuf Ou^ I rvi r:t mF-jr' " r . e ^/y&w s*^.( , It's here! More than 2 full pounds of TRK.VD in ono economy-size package. Now available at your grocer's-at a special introductory price! your dfehes seem focfo" ffiemselv&S/ $ /. A mnrMAK 2. A QUICK WKH 3. A CUM WNSE PAGE THlRTEE^f Kroger Branch Managers ~'' - -—'———" ••-' • ^^ Buy plenty and save more at Kroner's low sale price! 46 OZ. CANS BLENDED JUICE Kroger Orange and Grapefruit Blend GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Delicious summer breakfast beverage PINEAPPLE JUICE Pressed from sun-ripened fruit LEMON JUICE Sunkist everyt/oy value Cop//Jj)it IMP. rk, Kroj,, c 0 46-Oz. 2 2 3 2 46-Oz. Cons 46-Or. $4 00 Cans ' I S'/>-0*. SARDINES 7 J™ 490 BREAD ','„"" 1? Try these delicious ()iiick-fix American Kroger super-soft loaf Savory slimmer lunch (real 590 SPOTLIGHT V Kroger hof-dnled coffee talf 270 EATMORE OLEO lb i 430 Kroger crispy-tlim salty sod:is Economy buy for lusty spread 290 FROZEN FOODS ,130 Many fniiiljlj- favorites l.'lc firnnd tf. of 6 CABBAGE .- - lb. . - 2 lor Fresh Green § Bell Calif. Wonders LIMES doi. Persian Juicy Juicy Fresh HUMKO Shortening lb. ctn. 84c Sunshine Hl-HO Crackers Lg. box 340 3 CRISCO Shortening Ih. can 5 FLOUR Lb. Pin. Paper Oceitn Spray Cranberry Sauce 7 1 0*. Can § FAB Lge. Box ^Q : CASHMERE l{i)ii(|uct Soiip

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