The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
Page 15
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TfWKSHAY, DECEMBER 8, 1949 Career Women Get Spare Time Homemaker Duties Combined With Office Need Good Recipes All wrapped U p [„ one package is 'ir I"' Wilo ' s Bl5 ° » h °»"> Her busy luiuutcs are nrecJ- onn f » m ' UHc Inched penny. One of the most important items in the career girl's time budget is the pn.jKm.tio,, of dinner. Go ng from typewriter to kitchen can make meal preparation a burden aiemade in advance. Since meat is tflpimost Imjiortaiit part of every di.,,ior menu, here arc _„,„,, teitc(l rlT/T 6 " im "' e ' * Cl1 lald <**™ meat 6ish ideas which may be of " clp - '"Me suggestions have been especially .Urcamlined to save time, [•"cfgy, and money, what/s more they taste "am Slit,- ,H(|, Minnie Saner- 1. For two, purchase a slice of ready-to-cat liam. Make a barbecue sauce by mixing together 2 table- .IPOOILI brown sugar, 2 tablespoons ymogar, 1 (able-spoon Worcestershire sauce, and 1-2 cup catsup, I'u-e moat in shallow pan, pom Half tile sauce over meat and broil about 4 lnchp.5 from the heat lor .) imnut.'s. Turn and repeat on the other side. 2. Broil a ham slice on one side, turn anil slather .second side- with prepared mustard before broiling. lilclivtiliial Sausaje Molds For two servings, mix together = pound bulk sausage, 1 egg. 1-4 C"P milk, 1 tablespoon catsup and 1-4 cup canned creamed corn. Bake In greased casierole in a 350 P oven for 30 minutes. Ground Beef 1. Wrap seasoned ground beef patties with bacon and brush with barbecue sauce or catsup. Broil about 3 inches from heat, 5 min- mcs per side. • 2. Drown seasoned meat oalls In a skillet, add tomato or mushroom soup ami a little graled onion and snwncr, covered,. about 30 minutes. . ^Season ground beef and brown ill a skillet i na small amount of hot fat. Add sonic chopped onions and a little water, cover, and simmer 20 minutes. Serve in mashed potalo nests or add a can of spaghetti in tomato sauce to the browned meat and simmer for 20 minutes. Teen-Agers, Woffles, Gobs of Butter, "Good Time Was Had by Everyone" ''^MSl£3£Wlt-*<»Zaeii-'3t<>t*-i*~sn,j~ « ... ._ _ BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Yu/etide Breakfast Party Fun if Leisurely Affair A Christmas breakfast parly can be lots of fun. Make it R leisurely affair, set at a not-too-early hour. Begin with a pretty appetizer. Decorate half a grapefruit with tangerine sectioas placed between the grapefruit sections to look like a star. Then bring on lots of crisp bacon served with jfluffy scrambled eggs. pr.if'yqii'-WKnt'ta-rnate- some thing special; Bhke'ejgsln'^n- der bacon cnp.5. To prepare these line the sides and bottoms of muffin tins with bacon. Place in a moderate oven (350 P.) for 5 to 10 minutes until bacon Is partially CO W' L Dro PC SS S in bacon lined muvfin tins, sprinkle iwth salt" ami continue baking until eggs are set about 15 minutes. Top of the menu' with a .sweet roll Christinas wreath! * ,t TrFV ACF iA\ORITr— III (lie ami lots of b»"-r are Hot waffles with' gobs of butter— that's teen-age for "good time had by..a!!." And everyone else shares Ineir enthusiasm. Furthermore, the Bgss, as well as syrup or niolasfcs needed, are on the December plentiful list. Waffles are easy hospitality with a nutritional wallop—prepared mixes, eggs and the dairy foc<ls essential for young bodies. Iniltfr and f milk. So for informal November eet-tugcthm—alter the basketball or football game, alter the movies, anytime, bring out the waffle iron and call the neighbors in. Waffles fur the Cimvil (Makes 13 four-s«!tioncil waffles) Pour cups pancake mix, 3','. cups milk, 3 egg yolks, Weil beaten, 2-3 ctip melted butter, 3 egg whites, beaten until stiff enough to stand in peaks. Measure pancake mix into bowl. Stir egg yolks into milk and add to pancake mix. then ado melted butter and beat with a rotary beater until smooth. Fold in egg whiles until completely blended. Pour from !i to 2-3 cupful of the batter into a hot walfle iron and cook until steaming ceases. Amount used depends on size of ihe iron—the square ones lake more batter than most of the round ones. Note: For smallcs quantity divide the recipe in half, using 2 small eggs. Use two waffle irons for a crowd. (If necessary, borrow the extra one.) A popular walfle bur in nu cast- Overlap flat round sweet rolls on a large platter and add a red Christmas bow or place a few sprigs of holly here and there around the ring. " 'out- of t 1 ern university town reports young patrons favor waffles served with 1, orange butter. 2, honey butter. 3, butter and coarsely chopped pecans or walnuts. 4, butter, honey'or syrup. 5, butter, cinnamon and sugar. C, butter and crisp bacon. Orange Duller One-half cup melted butter,-' 1 15 , cup orange juice, 1 Teaspoon grated L orange rind. j butter until just melted, then beat all together until blended. Honey Jlntfrr One-half cup melted butter, ,. cup warmed honey. 1-8 tcasiwon ground allspice. Beat all together until blended. Potato Chips Find New Use As Confections Sweet potato, chips, served eilhr-r :>s appetizers or,as confections c-in artel variety to niiy snack party nil's. Cieitnide B. lioliman, County Home Demoustrnlion Agent, reminded homemakers. today. For use a s appetizers, the chips <hou!d be salted with powlcrnl iiiRnr, they make nn excellent confection. Mrs. Iloliman reminded thai sweet, potatoes provide a generous amount of calories for heal am] energy; also, the minerals and vitamins tlicy rontnin arc easily held n during cooking. As one lomptini; dish, the Home Dcinonsi ration Agent suggested the combination of sw*et ;>o!atoes run peanut butter. Her directions a Cut six mcdiiim-sl^ed baked sweet potatoes In half and remove tron shells. Miish thoroughly. AM about joiic ctip ot milk, one-third cup of ' IH'anut btilter, and one-fourth teaspoon of salt and pepper. Brat until Jluf/y and refill shells. Brown on a baking sheet in a hot oven <4:>5 degrees). Sweet potatoes are plentiful am! economical at Ilils season of tiic >ear, the. agent, reminded, it's a Rood time io try them in many different ways to'nlcasc Ihe family from producers at "bankrupt prices," he siiid. but now they are set- tine n fair return for I hen- product. He said it is up to the hoiwmHie.s now to buy coffee sensibly and liplp 4Ct the price of coffee back to nor- nal. Tex is a smnll. evergreen bush and >loonis wild beiuitifnl cream white mil rose tintpd flowers. Every Bite Means Taste Delight when it's SLICED BACON aslt for it af your dealers MEMPHIS PACKING CO Threat of Dollar Per Pound Coffee Reported at End BOCA RATON, Pla., Dec. 8. UP) —The tin-cat, of a dollar-a-pound cotfee Is definitely ended, an executive of the NaiioiiHl Coffee Association says. W. F. Williamson, secreUiry- rnanager of the association, said in an Interview there still Isn't a surplus supply of coffee, but the price probably will become stabilized around the present level. He claimed the recent rise in coffee prices was caused by housewives who bought nearly 200,OCO,OCO pounds for hoarding purposes. The price of coffee never will return to the 30 and 4O cents pur pound levels, he said, because producers of green coffee have raised price.?. In the past, coffee was purchased City Super 109-111 West Mom Large, fresh, crisp LETTUCE - - head 10* z, Oxydol, Tide Wash. Powder 4 for $1 Adams, No. 2 can Orange Juice - 3 for 29f? Bush's White Hominy-3No.2cans25tf Dole, 46 01. can P apple Juice--- Delicious Shortening JEWEL - 3 Ib. can 73? |rGreat Northern BEANS-25lb. sack $2.29 Pure, fresh Hog Lard-50 Ibs. $6.95 Good and meaty Pork Chops - - - Ib, Squares, for frying or boiling SALT'MEAT —Ib. Grade "A" Slab Bacon - Ib. Gofd Band or Mollo Sliced Bacon - - Ib. 45(f Morrelt Pride Bufk Mincemeat - - - Ib. Good qualify beef Chuck Roast - • Ib. Pure homemade pork Sausage---3lbs. $1.00 Fresh dressed Tender Fryers - - Ib. 59(f We Deliver-Phone 2668 See Our Nice Selection of Xmas Trees Co With Christmas WASHINGTON DELICIOUS Gei them at your grocer's NOW *6ST COME PROM WASHINGTON ONES . . . premium , ruff „, Mays' Low PRICES are Good EVERY DAY! —^—^-^^_ Higher Quality! Lower Prices! FreeParking! Swift's Prem, Krey's, Sunrise Country Style pure Swift's Select None better E--ib29c IT ----ib49c Tender select Swiff's or Sunrise, center Wilson or Parkay colored Cooked, ready to serve Dofe or Del Monte, No. 2 Tea Talile, with gla.ssos K SWEET POTATOES IGA SUPER MARKET VVilh IJoUlts COCA-COLA t ... 89" All Swcci OLEO lb 29 Ml Flavors .............. ljt1 ' *" JELLO 3 . 93 e Hunt's No. 2>/ 2 Can .................. PEACHES 24 C Complete Line of Christmas NUTS AND FRUITS For Baking Fruit Cakes lirotklc.s Sp DRESSING „ t 69 iWiichmore No. I ('•,•!„ .................... ' Inl W ^ PORK AND BEANS 10 Aliithrnoic, No. 2 Can ........... HOMINY in JCA i)clu.\e ................ • ...... COFFEE [t r 69 ........................ Mi. 'I'm Wil We Carry Everything in FROZEN FOODS 421 So. 21st., Highway 18 Biytheville, Ark.

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