The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Old Recipe Is Cooked Modem ; Calves liver with herbs, cooked according to an old provincial French recipe but In a modern pressure cooker. Is a .quick answer to "What to eat tonight." C.Ives Liver with Herbs Presto Four tablespoons flour, 2 teaspoons salt, H teaspoon pepper 2 pounds liver sliced ',1-inch thick 3 tablespoons Jat, ",4 cup white wine •jjfr 'A. cup water with I teaspoon Tsmon juice, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley, 1 teaspoon tarragon 1 tea- spoon_LChopped chives,- -i teaspoon lemon Juice. Dredge liver In combined flour •alt and pepper. Heat cooker and Jat and brown liver on both sides' Add wine -(or water). Place cover on cooker. Allow steam to flow from vent pipe'and cook 5 minutes with stem at cook position. Cool cooker at once. Place liver on platter and keep not. Add remaining Ingredients to liquid left In cooker. Boil a few .minute- 1 ; to . condense. Pour over l*ver and serve. These Waffles Appeal to Men The homespun flavor of buckwheat makes buckwheat xvaltles « favorite with the men In the fam- v. Serve them with creame.1 ham ,ggs or dried beef for a satisfying luncheon. Buckwhol WafHcj (Makes 5 scrrins?, Two cups buckwhca'. rc«dr-mlx *.<< cup melted shortening, 2 cecs 2 cups milk. ' ' Place all Incredients In medium- sized mixing bowl. B<-at with rotary egg beater until iv'tpv is fair- i ly smooth. Pour batter onto a hot: waffle iron. Bake unu'. j ren stops | steaming. ' Read Courier News Classified Ads. RED CROSS MACARONI PRODUCTS Guaranteed Better IN 3 BIG WAYS- OR YOUR -MONEY BACK- H«r« H Oar Gworonr.. fo Ton Buj .nd try , n y Rcd'Cr6si .Macaroni product. IIyou clon'l find i! superior in flavor, lexture induniformicy loan) olheryou hare ever used, relorn ihe unused portion ol the package to your dealer. Full p urc h, se p rice will 1» refunded prom,-,llj. |/_gre»8PAT, ATKKTST W, 1952 Salmon Loaf Is Low-Cost Treat Creamed Caper Sauce Addi Zest to Deluxe Budget-Type Dish Here's a low-cost deluxe protein dish to add to your well balanced budget menus. Salmon iji»f wllh Creamed C»p« Sauce (* rtnerous servings) One I-pound can salmon (2 cups), W 2 cups Jlaked cooked salmon 2 bread S ° ft enrichcd 5' ea st-raised cup lukewarm water, 2 tablespoons non-fat dry milk, a tablespoons m in ce d parsley, 2 tablespoons minced chives or .wantons 1'i i ra spoons salt. 2 tablespoons melted Margarine or butter, 2 tablespoons Brain .ralmcn reserving liquid.' 'lake. Add reserved liquid ' bread crurnbs and next 8 Ineredierjlf'to-is lightly ntih a fork. Turn into a 81 eased 9x5x3-lnch loaf pan snwothing the top. ' Bake at 375 degrees P/'moderate- n hot ovens 40 minules or un'tt Urm when touched In the center Meanwhile make 'creamed caner nnT ,^ hCn 1M( ls rionc ' «"»'°M on heated platter and pour creamed sauce over the too. Creamed Caoer Sauce Three tablespoons margarine or butter, 3 tablespoons flour, i tea. "kn, IH cups lukewarm water. 5 to » ijblesoons non-fat dry milk V. CUB capers, drained. ' " t Melt margarine or butter "in tioiU 4J* boiler top. Add flour, salt pep- ff' nnd paprika, stirring until wo',1 .wended. Remove from heat Add lukewarm water and sprinkle nonfat dry milk over water. Beat with rotary beater or wire ahlp until all drv milk is dissolved. Place double boiler foo over boil- Ing, water. Cook mixture, stirring constantly until smooth and thickened. Add capers and serve over Mlrnon loaf. •I/TTHEVILLB (AKK1 EYERYDAY IQW PRICES HELP YOU LIVE BETTER FOR LESS ROYAL HAWAIIAN CHUNK STYLE For tasey, refreshing Tuna Fish Salads or creomy Tuna on Toast—Economical No.i Cans AKEytNtASfflWKH KROGER ^ >* Underwood DEVILED HAM No. Y 2 Can 200 Wood bury Soap Reg. Bar 3 for Woodbury Soap Bath HyPower TAMALES NO. Can 480 HyPower CHILI, PLAIN 47<s Pound Can Gerbers BABY FOODS 3 LAVA SOAP 2 Med. Bars I.inif STARCH 72 oz. Boxes Cut Rile \YAX PAPER ?25 ft. Roll 280 KARO SYRUP 22$ No. J'/i red Label Argo Gloss STARCH 12 Oz. 100 Kremel PUDDINGS Box PLASTIC FORKS DiXEE CUPS NAPKINS LUNCH PLATES DINNER PLATES SWIFTS PREMIUM OR SPOONS pk For Cold Drink Hot Drinks pkg. 10—lie 6 Count DIAMOND Pkg. of FOR DINNER 80 8 3 /4 Inch 9 Inch 20o ' Six* BONDWARE DIVIDED Keeps food separated , Pkg. of 18 14c 12c 13c 15c 45c We reserve the right to limit quantities, NONE-SOLD TO DEALERS SHANK PORTION PER POUND TO DEALERS ^*&, - DUI , ^ m i\ m . ^5^ CtNTER CUT SLICES - Ib. m LARDS 50-6.98 CHITTERLINGS 5^89' FLOUR 5 £ 39 KROGER CHEESE FOOD SALMON WIN SPRED No. 1 Can Std. IS oz. can 2 Ibs. 84C 45c 22c Wisconsin Daisy E 0n m M ESE Mushroom Sauce Tomato Juice SPAGHETTI PICNIC JUGS FLOUR DAWN 6 FRESH Oz. KROGER 46 oz. Can AVONDALE Self-Rising 59c lOc 28c 18c $2.59 25 k $1.65 Kroger Ib. pkg. Gallon CAULIFLOWER COLORADO MOUNTAIN GROWN LARGE SNO-WHJTE HEADS EACH GRAPES CUCUMBERS PERSIAN LIMES Long, Green Slicen Juicy Large Fresh ea. 5c doz. 29C TOMATO SAUCE Hanover 8 Oz. Can APPLESAUCE AND PUDDING Many Flavors KROGER Kroger No. 303 Smooth Can Sc boxSc 14c

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