The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 7, 1952
Page 9
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TOMCAT, FEBRUARY T, mi BLYTHR'VILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS VYoy Heart Offers to Attain Menu Variety In a menu dither? Then tun) to the variety meat, heart. There's a long list of menu possibilities with this meal, points out Retja S'.ajgs. well known home economist. One favorite dish is stuffed beef heart. Rrult fillings such a.s apple, prune or apricot may be used. Following stuffing, skewer the opening and slowly bruise the heart. Brown, then add a small amount of liquid, covrr and cook until tender. All heart — beef, veal, pork and lamb^-shoiitd be cooked In niaist hoat. This may be by bralslnjt as described or by cooking in liquid. To cook completely covered with- Equld, add one teaspoon salt for each quart of water. Simmer until tender—214 to .3 hours lor lamb, pork or veal; 3'.i to 4 hours for beef henrt. .. for another unusual heart dish prepare heart chop suey. Cut the. meat Into thin strips, then prepare according to your favorite chop su«y reelp*. &erv* ovtr a mound of white rke. . for a quick dessert serve sauteed fresli peach halves on French toast and pass tb« maple syrup. FAGIKIHI Franks, Kraut —Old Stand-Bys Cel«kraled Combination Happily coincident with the reign of St. Valentine will be National Kraut and rrajntTurter week. Feb- riiary ?-)«. Grocers throughout the country will itlve special attention to this tasty pair, frequently offering them at bargain prices. Here's a novel way of dishing up the twosome In a hearty casserole dish: FrankfurUr-Kraut ( hfrstrolt 1 large can sauerkraut (No. 2ii) '.-; cup finely chopped onion 1 pound f.anlcfurters, sliced 1 cup grated shnrp cheese Mix the sauerkraut and onions; place one half of mixture in a greased l'.i-2 quart casserole. Lay one ha); of the sliced *r>nUurt«M on the kraut-onion mUturt; iprln- kle with hall of th« gr»t*4 ehMM. Repeat liyeri. Bake at J» T. for 20 minutes. Robins, the early birds of tprtjif, stay north relatively UU. . FROTH? AND DELECTABLE, this True-Love h«rt combine* •erincM, In cream, and tinted coconut t» roar be«rl's detire. This Valentine Is Tasty, Pretty By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor 'Here's a tasty, delicate dessert to serve at dinner on St. Valentine's Day. It's appealing to the eye as well as the palate. True-Love Heart (Make* g •ervinti) a Four egg whites, dash of salt. 1 Jtup sugar, 1 teaspoon vinegar, 1 teaspoon vanilla, ice cream balls, coconut, vegetable coloring. Beat egg whites and salt until foamy throughout. Add sugar, 2 ta- li le»poona at a Mme, beating atter each addition unill sugar i» .Wended. Then continue beating until mixture will stand In stirf peaks. Add vinegar and vanilla and beat well. (Entire beating procWs takes about 10 minutes)., ... Using a ipoon or pastry tube, shape mlxtur. in a h«art on un- gla»d pap«r on baking sheet. With a spoon, make a depression in center of meringue. Bake In slow oven (300 degree* jf.) 39 to 35 minutes. Cool and nmorc *rom paper. To Mm, im center with Ice ere»m belli rolled In.tinted coconut. '' ... Tinted Caoonnt . Sprinkle ahrertded coconut on a sheet bt whit* paper, dilute a tiny bit* of vegetable coloring In a small r amount of ifatsr, sprinkle over coco- 'riut, th«n rub «v«nly through coconut. Mor* or less coloring may be u«e<i to obtain degree of color de- Bired. Or you may place coconut in a glass jar. (Do not fill jar more than 1/2 full). Dilute a small amount of food coloring and sprinkle ove coconut. Cover Jar and shake vii» orously until coloring is evenly distributed and desired shade is obtained. Rainbow-Tinted Coconut . Divide coconut into three parts Tint each part a delicate color- pink, green and yellow may be used Toss together until colors are blended. Goody Evergood Says: Happy Answer to Hearty App«titei SLICES BKC3K Sunbeam Colored Quarters ,, |b. Nice Size Fresh Country-Style Vary cole slaw by adding cubed pineapple to it. Make the dressing of mayonnaise blended with a little wine vinegar, horseradish, and pre-' pared mustard. How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Pface Do your fftlie te*th aniioy and *m- hurraw by slipping, dropping or wob- bllng when, you eat, laugh or inlM Just sprinkle s little PA3T£ETH on your plates. This alkaline. (mm-»cUl> powder hplds lalss teeth more tirmly md more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pa*ty taste or feeling Does not Kmir. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Oet FA5TEETH today at any drug store. V Pleas* your family with j| a treat to «at that's 9 quick to fix! S*r v* Ev«rgood Bacon for br*aklaai, lunch or aup- per. It's always crisp and tender—sliced just right, not too thick, not too thin. Always buy - Evergood Slic«d Bacon. : !« !> it P«kln« C... M.mphi,. T. Crisp Iceberg Lettuce - head 10tf PURE PORK SAUSAGE - 3 Ibs. $1 Bursting with Juice ' , Save on this week-end special FLORIDA ORANGES - doz. 250 Lean Bacon Squares - 4 Ibs. $1 Firm Green Heads Famous Armour Star Fresh Texas Cabbage - - IbJf Frankfurters, cello, pack, Ib. 59< Freeman s Market Across from the Mox Theater — 2016 West Main Big No. 1 tall cans Sliced Pineapple 4 No. 2 cans $1 JACK MACKEREL - now only 15< iSr " I ""in- ° H BU * h * Put "veral cans In your basket Whole Green Beans 5 No 2 cans $1 Hunt's Tomato Sauce - - 2 for 15< J ^^ • • m ^^ • Swift's Shortening EWEL.....69 Adams ORANGE JUICE Big 46 Oz. Can Pure White CANE SUGAR 5 Lb. Bag Lean End Cuts PORK CHOPS Lb. Combination Offerl Large • Box OXYDOL 2 Large IVORY SOAP Both for A Special Saving! Florida Oranges 2 Doz. STOCK UP AND SAVE Bush's Whole GREEN BEA No. 1 Can »*»••*it m TT tiwtc \jr\t.«pil^ BEANS Golden Rich TOMATO ES-10< Happy Vale English PEAS N °c" J 10< Delicious HAMS Fresh Frozen Backs of CHICKEN OLEO - - - Ib. 19* Jack Sprat MEAL --5lbs.35* Large Crisp Bunches RADISHES - - 5< Fresh Turnip GREENS -bunch 100 Scott Paper TOWELS 2. 390 *4.*STAR* STORES* FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street Cecil Lowe's GRO. I MKT. 532 No. 6th. Street 6 * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. filh, &\vt>a Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1041 Chickasaw!)*

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