The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Fresh Ham Needs Longer Cooking Half Leg Of Pork Is Best Size For Average Family Ever try a roast of fm«h h a m (called a leg of pork In some places)? Hnlf a leg of pork Is enough for the average family but a whole one Is Just right (or n company dinner. Ho«' To Prepare A Fresh Ham Because the meat Is a chunky, solid cut, It requires longer cooking lime per pound than the pork loin roast. If the ham hns any fklh on it, da not nttompt to remove this before roasting. "Skin" the roast 30 minutes before t h e end of (lie cooking time when the rind is well loosened. Place the fresh ham (either whole or hnlf) on a rnck In nn open roasting pan. Do not ndd water to the pan, do not cover, dri not baste while cooking. Ronst at 323 degrees P. following this time schedule: Whole lee (10 k> 14 pounds) — 35 to 40 minutes |>er pound. A /resb ham may be scored and glazed like smoked harn 30 minutes before the end of the ronslinu time. Delicious gravy comes from roast fresh ham. Ponr off all but iwn to three tnblespoons of the fnt in the pan, then Etir In three or four tablespoons Hour. When well blended, add about two cups warm water, stirring constantly until thickened. Senson with salt, pepper and a little sage or thyme. Pork, Apples Combine Well Stuffed Spareribs Make Use Of Borh Pork is plentiful now, so are apples. How about a flue dish com- blninf both these pleniiful foods? Apple-Stuffei! Sparcrlhs Select two well-fleshed rib sections that match and weigh about two pounds each. Saw or crack the breastbone so that H will be easy to carve between the ribs. Apple Stuffing One-half cup chopped celery nnd leave*, H cup chopped onion. Vt cup chopped parsley, 2 to 3 tablespoons fat, 5 tart apples, diced, W cup sugar, 1 cup soft bread crumbs, salt and pepper to taste. Cook the celery, onion and parsley for R Jew minutes In one-half of the fat, then remove them from the pan. Put the rest of the fat In the pan, heat and add the diced apples. Sprinkle the apples with the sugar, coTer and cook until tender. Then remove the lid nnd continue to cook until fche npplei are candled. Mix the Tegetables, salt 1 and pepper with the applet and bread crumbs- Lay one sec lion of the rlbfi out flat, sprinkle with salt and pepper and spread with the stuffing. Cover with the other section and sew the two together. Sprinkle the outside, with salt and pepper and tf desired, with flour. Lay the stuffed ribs on a rack In a shallow pan. Do not add water and do not cover. Cook In a moderate oven (350 degrees P.375 degrees P.) until the meat Is tender and thoroughly done -- nllow about !'.£ hours. Turn occasionally for even cooking. Remove the strings before serving. Make gravy from the pin drippings. Soybean Seed FOR SALE Dnrtch No. 2 »nj Ojden soj. bean seed, cleaned and sacked. Book these before price Increases. RED TOP GIN Blylherille — rhone 37»8 FOR SALE Concrete culTerti. 12 Inch l« «J inch, plain or recnfnrrcd. Also Concrclf Bnihlins Illocki cheaper than lumber for iwrns. chicken houses, pump houscv ttninl hnusf.s. tool sheds. IVe deliver Call us for free cstinute. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 ARE YOU A SAFE DRIVER? To be » sale driver, you have to know how fast vou're (lolnc. Thai means an acc ,, rn i e speednmeler. ttl ns rherh yours. We ?ive 1- H».v service on frierdomefer repair for all makes cars and truck*. T. I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrr«lfr-ri:n»l«ill, Dealer 121 K. Main p hone 2I , Z FLUFFY SPRING RGGS eomMnrd with tlufd runchfon m»i present an ld«Bl comMnAtlon for lun^ft or supritr. Egg Good 'Combination Food By OAYNOlt MADIIOX NKA Food and Markets Kilitur Eppfi are way down In price. So let's take advantage of this good eating at budget, prices. Flufly Kges Separate ecgs holding the yolk In half of the shell (The shell may be supported In a cupl. Add salt to whites, approximately a scant, >i teaspoon per e B g white. Beat until stiff and glossy. Pile on rounds or squares of placed on bilking sheet—make a hollow In each will] back ol spoon. Drop egg yolk Into hollow. Bake In a hot oven (400 decrees P.J until whites are lightly browned. 8 to 10 minutes. Serve, promptly on platter with slices of glazed lunch- con nient Ltnlfir EKBS Wllh Klce (4 servings) One-quarter cup butler. 1 tablespoon minced onion, l -i r,np tleur, !!4 cups inlUt, 3-oimcc c«n sliced broiled mushrooms, >i cup finely diced American cheese, >,a tea-spoon salt. '.S tea-spoon pepper. 2 cups cooked rice, 4 esRs, paprika. Melt butter lu saucepan. Add onion and let cook 1 minute over moderate heat. Stir In flour. Add milk and contents of can of mushrooms. Cook, stirring constantly, until SBUCO thickens and boils. Add, salt and pepper. Remove from heat and stir until cheese melts, place rlre In each of four Kreasfd shallow Individual baking dishes. Make a small depnv.sicn In center of each ami break :m CKK inta each depression .Sporm cheese and mushroom .sauce coitly over the lops of the CRt's and rice. Sprinkle liberally with paprika. Hake In moderate oven i350 degrees F.) about 30 minutes until the os» is just set. Serve immediately for lunch, or for the m<i:n course at supper. How To Vary Your Ground Meat Patties: Meat patlles—they draw youngsters to the lable In a hurry, For a new blend of flavors, why not introduce different Ingredients Into your ground rneal mixture. Here are some suggestions. For Instance, you minht add Krnted raw apple to ground beef, snys Reba Stagers, home economist. Season this mixture with a little Worcestershire, sauce or nutmeg In addition to the usual salt and pepper. Other additions to beef, veal, pork or smoked pork patty mtx- lurcs (and this stands for meat (oaves too) may he grated raw potato, carrot. or bread crumbs, roiled oats or rice. So ar.o ni lifts nre important when adding these additional Ingredients to your ground meat mix- ure. Por each pound of meat use approximately 1 teaspoon of salt. teaspoon of pepper and two or three tablespoons of grated onion. Use enough liquid to moisten in Ihe form of milk, canned or cooked tomatoes, catchup or sotip stork. i;.sc nu egg to bind (he In greclients. The brown rat. migrating from ' conical Asm, Is not believed to ' l^ave reached Great nrilaln until i nbom 1730. | CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Slzei up to 36 in. Corr'jgalecl Metal Culverts Slips up to 1 1 in. A. H. WEBB Automatic Floorl Gates Concrete & Metit Septic Tank! Sewtr Tile BMt I'rlcct \\' e Deliver Hijhwjy 61 it State Line Phone 714 Notice to Farmers: I represent ilir UOIir.KT 1,. nOHTCH SEED FARMS, of Scoll, In this territory. At present I liavr about' 300 bushels of 110HTCH SOY No. 2 IIKEEDEKS BEANS Idso a few of the NKW 61 VAIUETY. MRS. HOWARD BOWEN , Day Phone r>21S Night Phone 80BI Located 300 yds. So. of city limits, Hhvay 61 For Economical Salmon Loaf Use Quick-Aud-Easy RICELAND RICE Save Time, Effort An<I Money! Tse Quick-Atul-Easy RICELAM) KICE! .fiXIl KICK requires no iraxliinp. no rl/i.siiip, no tlrtiinitig. no rr'-s/rfiniint'.' lisp 'luick-nnil-rnsv KICKI.AM) KICK anil nilli "" fffnrl - in ;».</ n /cir rnrftiifc.< - you'll harp irliilp, fluffy. i>fr/rrtl\-riiokfil' rirf. Vmi rnu use qulrk-aml-casy KtCKI.ANT) RICE !o mnkp hnnrtrc* of eroiinmlcal. delicioiis main rlishe.i, casseroles, specialties, soups, salads and desserts. Here's just one example: Tliritly Hirrlniul Hire Salmon Loaf 1 cup cookeci Rirelfuic! Rice S4 cup buttered hrcacl crumbs 2 C£KS, beaten *i tpapporm salt H teaspoon celery salt l * teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon chopped onion 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 1 tablespoon chopped pimicnto 4 cups flaked canned salmon Combine ingredients in the order lister! and place In a iuitterpd loaf pan or ring mold. Bake in ft moderate oven, 350 decrees, for SO or -10 minutes. Tui-n onto n srn-inp platter, Srrve lo.if \vith buttered peas nnrl carrots or. If nnE mold is useil. fill the center with this complementary vegetable mixture. Garnish with radishes, pirfcles and lemon slices. Serve with cream sauce or lemon sauce. Note: Salmon loaf made with Riceland nice Is a dish which can be repeated often. H is an excellent mnatless main dish rtn<l may be Vftned with sauces anc! garnishes. You'll lind it c(uite inexpensive, too. Write Tor Hi;: I-'KKK Cook Rook Write, for your hip FRF.F. Riceland Rice Cook Book- -!S payef.boautifiilly illustratetl in full color. It shows the qinrk and e,i«y «;.v In m.-iko \vonder- fully delirious nnd economical' main dishes, casseroles, specialties, soups, salads, puddings and desserts. II will save yon lots of money. \Vrlt« to Arkansas Rice Growors^ Stuttpart, Arkansas, tor big FREE Riceland Rice Cook Book. Qtiick-Aiul-Miisy IUCKLAM) KICK Ctioks Unity In A I'rw Mimilcs! Your grocer no\v has this wonderful rice which cooks fluffy in just a fnv minutes. Bp sure yo>i iret the RtCKI.AXD brand illustrated above. You pay nothint; extra for tht- quick-and-easy. vwrfect-cook- Ing quality of RICELAND RICE. Hcrr's Tlie Qnick-Aiul-Ensy VTny To Took IMCKLA.ND HICK! To mako 3 hpapinp clips ,.f white. flHfTy. perff ctlv- cookcd KICKL.AXn RICK: (1) Put I cup uncooked RICELAND RICH 2 cups water 1 teaspoon suit in a 2-qunrt saucepan. (2) Brin^ to a vigorous boil. (S) Turndown heat nslon-e: possible. Cover saucepan with a lid. Ix?avc over this low heat for U minutes. Serve, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1952 with these APRIL SHOWER SPECIALS Oldudg« COFFEE Miss Liberty OLEO Pound 15 C Orange Juice. BISCUITS Can 10 C Orange Juice 8 \ Texas V >• \ \ CARROTS - - — 5c Sunkist LEMONS Doz. 29c Juicy ORANGES 5 (b. Bag 23c Red POTATOES '(? 29c Grade A Fresh KrcyMello Sliced Ib. 39c U. S. Good Chuck ROAST - - - - 67c Country Style 3 IBs. 1.00 Large Size 5 Ib. • Box 2.39 EGGS- - - °- 35c TREND Gizzards or Backs of Ib. 39c GIANT BOX 39 c Evaporated PET MILK- - 430 The Pause rhaf Refreshes COCA-COLA «••• 89c Mountain Valley Mineral WATER-- °- 45c Royal GELATIN- 19c Stoyless Decanter Waffle SYRUP-- « 49c Flavor Kist CRACKERS • - 25c Brooks Tomato CATSUP--- - 19c Lucky DOG FOOD -, 23c Charmin TISSUE- - - - 35c

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