The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
Page 15
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THURSDAY, AUGUST «, 1952 ^^^^^^^^™*^^^^^^^——' drfcecue Beef fiofces Tasty |'cn/c Serving Isurely picnicking is i way nenainlng that's especially favor the younger generation. It be » picnic held either In own yard or at a favorite pic- IK' spotp S|TOh many folk* hamburgers are |) .first" for picnic food. Here's it |mtlon. Instead of serving hampers with all the trimmings, wnblne th* meat, relishes »nrt L-chup for , barbecued ground. I- If it's a picnic at home,! Jbarbecued meat may be served big buns in your kitchen, or It ure traveling (« the picnic, place j." meat In a thermos or jar. Cover illlehtly and wrap the jar In sev- | u thicknesses of newspaper. The (,'at mixture, will stay warm for He time. However, If you'll be eat' much Inter It's wise to carrv a ing pan along for reheating the Prom Reba Staggs, home econ- iist ccmes this barbecued becl ine for 6 to 8 servings. Slowly ^>»n 1 pound of ground beef until t Is crumbly. Then add 1 cup each r ' finely chopped'onion, green pep' and catchup. Season with ! tat , spoon each of sugar and vinegar. <jablespoons prepared mustard and Ijteaspoon salt. Cover the meat •,d simmer for about 30 minutes. ;3e sure to take along plenty ^potato chips and' relishes to po .||h (he barbecued beef on buns Bu may want to add a casserole :£j baked beans for hungry young Jpple. Chocolate brownies and ^anas make an easy dessert, rTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER jcmc Lunch esf Topped fcy fake Dessert I:, |*ike your picnic a success from t to finish! Many folks agree fat for a final triumph there's gibing like bringing a thickly fisted cake out of the picnic bas- ym- ease in carrying, bake and !tt your cake right In the same in'. This helps to prevent the cake |m drying out en route. Or if you yfer, you, can cake the batter in l> cake form. When baked and Bed, you might remove a cone |*pe section from the center ol $h, fill the cake with frosting and Wace the cone section! In this j'y there's no fear of the frost-ins tiking to the waxed paper - in |lch the cftkel are wrapped. i*or a cake that's light and tender, >;'sure to use lard, the shortening ill use for y»ur best pies and bis- f is, says Reba Staggs, home eco; ! ;rit8t. She further points out that ftd« with lard cak'es stay fresh moist to-the last bite, importr tfor picnic serving. ' ;,. , oMo Cacciotore \r Another Name or Chicken Dish for Sunday dinner, how about * >ul»r Italian chicken tiish! They 1 It poilo- C»cci«tore. We'll call Vphieien Hunter's Style. Chickrn Hunter's Style (5 wrrinfv} )n« ready-tb-cook chicken, 2% V3-poundi disjointed, M cup olive :{' scant, 1 teaspoon paprika, t |ely sliced onEon, 314 cups can: : ,l tomatoes or 8 medium toma- \f. 1 clove garlic, 1 tea-'ipoon salt, '[teaspoon pepper, Vt cup white ^>e .optional. ;»y chicken. Cook lently In hot ';e oil until well browned. Sprin^ r! wtth paptika to aid browning, occasionally to brown evenly. ^>6n off 2 or 3 tablespoons of oil. M onions, tomatoe*. garlic, salt ^pepper. Cover tightly »nd sim- ;V; until chicken IB tender, about ^ ; of an hour. If sauce Is watery, ;-'iov« chicken and simmer"- sauce ''-!' several mlnut<« to thicken it. ,:'- f \im chicken to sauce. Ada wine, 'desired ,and heat. Remove garlic : 'ore serving. jj-he b»«pipe Is a complex reed In- Icfiment consisting of an airtight l/ther b»g having from three to |:;j apertures t» which are affixed 1 '•«• or plp««. i). HE ONLY GRAIN BIN /ITH 6-PLY RIBS VERY 22': OF HEIGHT OR EXTRA STRENGTH ASIIfT BIN l T« IMICTf j'Stop i« tooti, whil* I |w« ititi have famous '.SIOUX- Sre«l grain I bins! i DISTRIBUTOR I Blythevilie ! Soybean Corp.^ |':00 West Main—BlytheTille Phonm 6856 A 6857 r"AGB FIFTEEN KROGER Evaporated M/LK Quality- None Better Price- None Lower TALL CANS SARDINES No.l Can AMERICAN — in oil MAYONNAISE Er-3? PEANUT BUTTER EC 53 CHUCK ROAST MILK FED CHOICE 55 CHOICE MILK FED RIB CHOPS VEAL STEW MEAT SLAB BACON -st, Ib. 42' FRANKS 50 Crystal Whit* SOAP 200 Ajax CLEANSER Cans 25* PURE LARD 25 Ib. tins $3.59 Favorite WILSON CORN KING Ib. tins ib. 29 lb.55 $ 6.89 c KROGER FLOUR W« rttcrv* th« right »o limit quantities NONE SOLD TO DEALERS Large Bath Bar DIAL SOAP &S 17 OLEO CANDY CHUM SALMON APPLESAUCE KIM EVAP MILK SWIFT'S ALLSWEET Quality assured — taste of Perfection •»— top notch KROGER FRUIT 28 oz. SALAD MIX FOR bag SNACKS, TREATS JUICY SEEDLESS SUNKIST r»kr'i No. 1 Jasty Can Ktoger No. 303 Con Tall Con 39 MELONS 4 5 < OKRA Honeydew or Persian ea. Fresh New Crop New LOW Price Ib. c GRATED TUNA CHERRIES Orchard Queen 3 oz. Maraschino • Jar lOc PERK SOAP ARMOUR SUDS Sunihin* HYDROX COOKIES Med.Pkg. 18* Breast-O-Chicken CHUNK TUNA No. 1/2 can 34c PALMOLIVE Reg. bar , CjC PALMOLIVE 2- 23$ CASHMERE BOUQUET 8c Reg. Bar CASHMERE BOUQUET 2- 23* SUPER SUDS Large Box Octagon LAUNDRY SOAP I bars

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