The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
Page 13
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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 FOR RLYTHEVTLLE CARK.) COURIER NEWS HONV.T ROLLS ..d wi,«t S ll cks »<»«, mct> n 1IK 1 »„ h | rh !n nutritional f th, Tasty Brecrc/s /or Breakfast- Expert Gives Pie-Making Steps By GAVNOK MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor The thrifties of all patterns for a baianccd and nutritiously goorl breakfast consists o! fruit, cereal, milk, bread and butter, you can vary that pattern by using the breakfast cereals in special hot reads occasionally. S*e cereals add important B vitamins, minerals and protein at low cost. Here's a variation on the baking - powder biscuit; Crunchy Honey Rolls, incorporating cornflakes with raisins and honey from this month's list of plentiful foods The family will like the crisp chewy filling in these roll-lips. Use your corn stick pans for the quick bread made with whole wheat cereal (cooking type), uncooked. To save minutes of preparation In the morning, mix the dry ingredients for these breads the'day'be- lore; then add liquid ingredients in the morning, and bake the breads while you're fixing the rest of the meal. Crunchy Honey Rolls (Yield: u rolls) Two cups sifted ail-rmrpcse flour 3 teaspoons baking powder, ',i ten- spoons baking powder, i; teaspoon salt. « cup fat, 2/3 cup milk. 3 tablespoons melted butter or fortified margarine, 3 cups cornflakes '>/3 cup seedless raisins, li cup noiley Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in fat until a coarse, even texture is obtained Add milk, stirrinj; enough to make a soft dough. Turn onto a lightly floured board and knead about 30 seconds. Roll dough to »i-inch thickness. Brush with melted butter or mar- eannc. Combine slightly crushed cornflake.-;, raisins and honey- spread over biscuit dough, roll as for a jelly roll, nnd cut into 1-inch slices, place slices on greased baking sheet. Bake in hot oven (400 degrees p.) about 15 to 20 minutes. Golden Wheat Stlckj (Vield: 12 slicks) Three-quarters cup whole wheat cereal (cooking type), uncooked. Beef Patties Help Cut Cost of Meat In Your Menus To cut Hie eosl of 'meat In your menu, double your interest In new recipes that extend meat und use less expensive cuts. This one will help. Tiiey use round steak «nd lamb shanks. Broiled Dinner Rtet Tattlts (Serves J (o 4) One pound ground round steak 1 Unspoon salt, v; cup chopped onion, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, >; cnj) buUer or fortified margarine. Combine ground stoak, sail and onion thoroughly. Shape Into patties pj inches tnlck. Place on aluminum foil on broiler pan nr rub the pan with (at and omit toll Place the pan with the surface of Hie meat about 3 Inches trom a hot broiler ,lainc. Broil in minutes or until the surface of the patties Is well browned. Turn and broil 10 minutes more. Heat together the Worcestershire sauce and butter Serve the si/ziing hot patties an hot plates and pour the melted butter over the patties. Serve at once. [shaped to resemble the- typical I veal wUh f cutlet, I Ground Meat Basis for Cutlets Surprise the family with vral cutlets. Make them ground veal and pork nltl sausage 111 cups sifted all-purpose flour ". cup sugar. '•; teaspoon salt 3 Icasjjoons bakin? powder. 1 c beaten. « cup milk. '; cup melted butter or fortified margarine. Combine cereal, flour, sugar, salt and baking powder. Add egg' and milk; mix. Stir In butter or margarine. Place in creased corn stick pans. Bake Jn hot oven MOO-425 degrees F.J about 25 to 30 minutes. $•***• •«t > mmy avald sh«wlng m« AU thf BA|L«-UP ta lli« wurld ua'i ui« ilut d>> MrvtoMtwkM*iorraLii«VMi*rbni9iub But ba ft »o<t(ni WIT Lfcal bu h«lp«d (cjjif wo mm , **d lu trfciM. Ifi cwdul. k t^trf »*«licLa« i •Mp< build rtr*fc*l!i *nd rwMuica Mch mtxii *•. *fi«r * (Jot*, minx «om*ti f«»] KI me" 1 AM* bcttv. Lw»k. f«e( jm*r Kona*irKM>D' Aat TOUT S*«l« for Cudu]. (8*7: --4Nr4-v*«- FOOD STORE MAYS' SUPER MARKET Domino, factory-packed pure cane SOGA California Iceberg LETTUCE - rindless SLI. BACON - - Shoulder Clod or Thick Rib 39c BEEF ROAST - - - - * 59c 660 The Dainty Cookinjr Fat HUMKO 3" Swift's pure pork SAUSAGE £.890 Fresh meaty NECK BONES „, 170 Brisket of Beef STEW MEAT ,,,390 Thin crisp Premium CRACKERS ';&"• „ 210 Old Judge or Fotgera COFFEE Qt. 430 280 Fine salad dressing SALAD QUEEN Del Monle Crushed PINEAPPLE 4,12 size SUNKIST LEMONS, 29 ci f!ian( size green PASCAL CELERY 100 Tlie gentle bleach Charmin loilel TISSUE 4 ,.,,,290 'It Pays To Shop at Mays' MAYS' SUPER MARKET 421 South 2lit !. coat the cutlets,, m an/I, 0 ", " "' '" V""" . ...... . LUIM - IJ > ol in a moucmii ovon 1350 degrees time will be only CAREY £ A IT Don't Just O/Y.L1 six Cover the Iryiivg-pan closelync| . f. J. Besfier Davisville Read, Httboro. Pa. PAGE THTRTEEM If you want to frost yeast-risen coffee cak«, ju* mix three-quarters cup ot confectioner^ sugar with about i tablespoon <* milk until smooth. Comfort Ingrtditntt- Nol« Iho cream tontenl, Ac*«- ol proof ol Cr«amo'i to.AV aS» ™ See Kow v«lv*ty tmooih Creamo spraadi. Ntver hard and brittle, «ven Wrr«rt told. TaStt it-5e, who! a di.- d.licioui dilf«r«nc« cr»am in Oframo maktt. your Proof- to-day! Come Out and Help Us Celebrate Our •••••••••••^•••^i^^^^^—^ . DRAMATIC SAVMOS Saturday, March 22nd ROSELAND MERCANTILE NEW! COMPLETELY NEW- ONE OF N.E. ARKANSAS' FINEST! SEE Slim Rhodes AND HIS MOUNTAINEERS In Pe rson (All Day-Opening Day-Sat. Mar. 22) FREE GROCERY BASKETS GIVEN AW AY EVERY 30 MINUTES! FREE BUBBLE GUM AND COMIC BOOKS FOR THE KIDS! To Bring You The Best At The Most Economical Prices We Have Joined The Famous Jack Sprat Stores Hear Our Prices Over Radio Station KBOA, Kennett, Mo. Come Early! Stay Late! See Our New Modern Store! You'll Enjoy Shopping In This Modern Market! Low Prices! ROSELAND MERCANTILE ROSELAND, ARKANSAS FREE PRIZES! DON'T FORGET! Slim Rhodes, "Speck" and All the Boys!

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