The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
Page 11
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T, JANUARY 81, 1»M BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Non-Fat Dried Milk Makes C/ieap Cookies BT cccn/r BEOWN STONE AM*c**t*4 Pre«. Food Editor I Come February 14, surprise your «cnat fry with Cookie Valentines. Oiv« Poi some too. The« sweet moMtk trc nutritious Because they coeiUin thit thrifty product, nontJt dry milk — rich source of prot*ln, daclum, rlboflavin, and lactoit. Trie usual recipe for this typ* of cookie- doe* not call for milk * *H. If you want to serve a punch u-witfc 'the cookies for Valentine "party fare we sugge* chilled plne- appW Julc« or apricot nectar com bin«l with Ice cold ginger ale, Put a red maraschino cherry in each punoh cup Just to pretty things up. For after-school snacks try these Chotolat* Oatmeal 'drop cookies Prepared also with economical nonfat dry milk, they're H fine choice for the cookie Jar. COOKIE VALENTINES In«r«dients: I'i cups sifted flour ^2 cup nonfat dry milk, \k teaspoon baking powder, *A teaspoon salt, cup shortening, *I cup sugar, 1 egsr # ' teaspoon lemon extract, straw- Twists in Use Of Braised Steak Offered When something different can be don« to a favorite old dish that' good news ta most homemakers Take braised steak, for instancf Folk* have long applauded this dis! kof tender beef In a savory sauce NjfJnd here are ways to vary it. Yo may us* either round or chuc steak. The secret to all good braise steak U thorough browning 'an long, llow oooking. Dredge the stea with flow, then brown in lard o drlpplnga. The next step is wrier the variations come Into the plctur points out Reba Staggs, home econ omtt. For oounrrr-fried steak slm ply add 'a little water, cover th utaMN MghMy and cook until ten der. Some prefer to vat milk as th Ht|uJd lor this steak version. Of course, Swiss steak is prepar ed to this exact manner; howeve onion ringe and tomatoes are adde to the neat. As tor (till anothe braised steak dish, Spanish stea ontaiu, tomatoes and green peppe •trips are the Ingredients. For on mow change— to these Ingredien lor Spanish i*Mk add sliced ollv art* tttt dish becomes Italian stea WITT jam. Method: Sift together flour, non- ,t dry milk, baking powder, and ilt. Cream shortening and sugar; dd egg and lemon extract; beat ill! well blended. Stir in a sifted ry Ingredients, blending well. Vrap cookie dough in waxed paper ud place in refrigerator to chill, bout hour. Roll out between wo sheet* of. waxed paper to nch thickness. Gut heart and ar- ow shapes using cardboard cutouts r floured cookie cutters. Place on rigreased baking sheet. Bake loderate (35D F.) oven until dell- ately browned around edges, about to 10 minutes. Remove to cake ack to cool. When cooled, place bout 1 teaspoon of strawberry jam center of each heart-shapet ookle with arrow head in center Hakes 2 dozen cookies. CHOCOLATE OATMEAL COOKIES Ingredient!: I tup sifted flour, cup nonfat dry milk, 1 teaspoon taking powder, H teaspoon salt, 1 :easpoon cinnamon, 1 A teaspoon nutmeg, 'i cup shortening 2/3 cup sugar. 2 squares (2 ounces) ; unsweetened chocolate (melted), 2 eggs, H cup water, 1 cup rolled OfltS. Method: Sift together flour, non- 'at dry milk, baking powder, salt. cinnamon, and nutmeg. Cream shortening and sugar. Add choco- ate and mix well. Beat eggs slight- y and stir in with water. Gradually add sifted dry Ingredients to chocolate mixture, blending well after each addition. Mix in oats well. Drop by ieaspoonfuls onto * greased baking sheet. Bake in a moderate (350 P.) oven until firm to the touch, 12 to 15 minutes. Makes Z dozen cookies. Bacon Is Good For 3 Meals, Economist Says Why reserve bacon for breikfastT it's a' three meal meat, points out Reba Stags:, home economist. For a lunch or dinner dish choose bacon-noodle scramble: To prepare this dish, add cooked noodles to a beaten egg-milk mixture and cook In bacon drippings. Sen 1 * surrounded with light, golden brown bacon strips. And remember when cooking bacon. place a single layer In a cool frying pan. Cook over low heat, turning frequently and drain exce-ss fat as it accumulates so that the bottom of the pan is only well greased. Cook slowly until the bacon Is brow)) and evenly crisped. Bacon also lends flavor and heartiness to a green bean casserole or scalloped potatoes. Or «dd bacon bits to spinach linibales. Perhaps you've overlooked bacon cups for a special breakfast or lunch. Heat slice! of bacon in a frylng- an until they become transparent, hen outline muffin pans with the aeon. Break an egg In each bacon up and cook In a moderate oven or about 10 to 12 minutes. 'Scotch Cokes' Tok« Cora of Leftover Meats Scotch pancakes—here't * tempting recipe to use for that leftover cooked beef, lamb, pork or veal in your refrigerator. Simply grind the meal, then combine with cooked oatmeal, eggs and seasonings using equa] amounts of ground meat and oatmeal, inrt allowing i eg for each 2 cups of this mixture. Brown by tablespoonfuls In a small amount of hot lard «nd the pancakes are ready to serve, says home economist Reba Staggs. Scotch Pancakes 2 cups ground cooked beef 2 cups cooked oatmeal S eggs Salt and pepper I lablespoo:is lard or drippings Combine meat, oatmeal, eggs and seasoning. Mix thoroughly. Drop by tablespoonfuls into a small amount of hot lard or drippings in a frying-pan. Brown on both sides. Serve hot. 4 to 6 servings. lit colored quarters Read OtMuiar Hem OtaMUi«d Adi. royalty! Smoked Picnic Is Thrifty Cut One or the smoked cuts which Is ideal for a small family is the smoked picnic. This flavorful economy cut lends Iteelf to both roasting and cooking In water. To roast the picnic, place it In a shallow pan, fat side up. Do not cover or baste during cooking. Roast in a 325 P. oven for 30-3e minutes per pound. Hnlf an hour before the picnic if done, take It from tin oven. Now i* the time to remove the rind, store the lat and put on the glaze. The glaze might be half * cup o honey mixed with one quarter cup of red Jelly mixed with three tablespoons of horseradish. Return th* picnic to oven for 30 minutes to brown. Presto—a meat dish fit fo Baked Sausage Links Better For Big Family Raaaafe Linki for a Crowd A handy way to cook a quantity of sausage links for a large family or a party Is to bake them. Place inks in a pan without a rack. This allows the sausage to brown In the fat. Bake at «00 T. 20 to 2! minutes for regular size links. Turn to brown he links evenly. Bulk pork sausage makes a good spaghetti sauce — an interesting change from the usual sauce made with ground beef:' Sausarc-Spscheili Sauce 1 pound bulk pork ssusage 1 4-oz. can mushrooms clove garlic, minced 1 medium ohian, chopped • Flour, salt, pepper 3-cups tomato juice 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauct 7 or t ounces spaghetti Crumble ana Drown pork sausage In skillet. Push to one side and remove all but 2 tablespoons fat from silllet. In this brown mushrooms; add onion and garlic. -Blend in 3 tablespoons flour, add tomato juice and cook until thick. Add Worcestershire sauce, ^i teaspoon salt and Ji.teaspoon pepper. Simmer half an | hour. In the meantime, cook spa- I ghettl in:3 quarts boiling salted water. When tender, drain, and serve topped with the meat sauce. Happy Answer to Hearty Appetites i your a [reat to eat that's quick to (ixl Serv • Evergood Bacon .for breakfast, lunch or supper. It's always crisp •nd lender—sliced just right, nol too thick, not too thin. Always buy Evergood Sliced Bacon. «., Mmpkn, T«MI. PURE LARD 8 ib. $' FREEMAN'S MARKET Across from the Mox Theater — 2016 Wett Main Maxwell House COFFEE - - - Ib.bag 83* Gold Belt Cream Style CORN 7-1,00 Hunt's PEACHES Fancy Michigan red-pitted CHERRIES No. 2 Can Fresh DILL PICKLES > 19<6 Full quart, Dutch Girl APPLE BUTTER 19c Betty Crocker Party Mix CAKE MIX 20 £35* Pure Pork SAUSAGE 3-100 Lean, Meaty PORK CHOPS Lb. 490 Loin Cut PORK ROAST 490 fine foods to make mealtime a pleasure Tastes like "jiut-><|ueezed" juice, Libby's fresh frozen ORANGE JUKE- ----- 16c Full bodied. Mountain Grown Coffee FOLGER'S COFFEE - - - ^ The notion's favorite salad dressing MIRACLE WHIP - - - - By the piece LEAN SLAB BACON lb 290 Pillsbury or OMEGA FLOUR 10,, 990 Calumet BAKING POWDER 100 Betty Crocker or Pillsbury CAKE MIX 350 Stock up now on this week-end special! PURE LARD Sweet Red Emperor FRESH GRAPES 100 4 Crisp, firm large heads ICEBERG LETTUCE •. 100 Take home a few A real savings! Boston Butt LEAN PORK ROAST 39c YELLOW ONIONS 3 „,. 250 Soft Toilet Tissue CHARMIN * 4 * STAR * STORES * FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street r-> Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 5.12 No. 6th Street luttrell's GRO. & MKT. 6th & Chickasawba Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1014 Chickasawba

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