The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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*SDAY, SEPT, «, 1952 BLYTHEVTLtE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN Beans, Pear Ish Boosted in >w Cook Book Minnesota Cooking [Author Suggests iTasty Combination B.v r.AYNOK MADDOX Food and Markets Editor na beans cooked with pears, |i]Esh with pineapple are ideas ^ "Everyone Can Cook." corn- by Luella R. Maslon of Mln- >lis, Minn. It's a book we think backed with unusually good.re- ps. Proceeds from the book's sale to the new Mount Sinai Hospi| in Minneapolis. lama eBans and Pears hree cups Jltna beans Harge), (ablesponns brown sugar. 4 tabJe- >ons butter, 1 large can pears, irnon. ak beans overnight. Add salt to 1 and cook until done, but not |shy. Drain. Add sugar and but- Butter casserole well and put I beans. Jlace pears on top of beans, close le'.htr with centers up. Pill hoi- Is of pears with more butter and f ft'n sugar and sprinkle well with jnamon. Add juice from can. and Ite very olten. pake in low oven (300 degrees lor 2 hours or longer. Do not ler, but if juice dries out, add |re pear juice. Baked Squash nree cups squash (fresh or froz- 1 cup crushed pineapple, *i lelted butter, dash nutmeg, 1 &m grated orange rind, but- crumbs. pook squash. Cut !n small pieces, all -ingredients, except the limbs. Put In buttered baking sprinkle with crumbs, and fee in 350 degrees P. oven for 30 ruites. Potato Pudding 3rind 6 large potatoes and 2 me|im onions. Add salt and pepper, at 3 eggs, 1 cup sweet cream, 4 ilespoons melted butter and I ta- Ispoon baking powder, Mix with Itatoes and bake in casserole in i degrees F. oven for 2 hours. lamburger Pie Lnd Pizza Are [asty Specials Here are two deKcfous hamburger : recipes: * Ground Beef Qulcky Pie •Dune! ground beef , cup finely chopped onion B-ounce can tomato sauce fablespoons chili sauce easpoon salt teaspoon .pepper Jbaspoon chili powder lips seasoned mashed potatoes Brown meat and onton in a little fat. Add rest of ingredients with Iceptlon of potatoes. Heat well, meat into a 9 inch pie pan top with mashed potatoes, teadmg them carefully over meat, il for 5 minutes or until pota- i are tipped wtlh brown. 4 serv- Pirza Pic icund ground beef [teaspoon salt I teaspoon pepper pup well drained canned tomatoes I cup shredded American cheese (tablespoons chopped parsley I teaspoon dried basil (tablespoons finely chopped onion JMix meat with salt and pepper. It out Into bottom and sides of a linen pie pan. Pill with tomatoes \i\ sprinkle with rest of Ingredi- Bake at 375 degrees F. for 20 utes. To Berve, cut in wedges. 4 's an Early fuggestion for * 'uletide Candy |Kcep this recipe for Christmas, box of these fruit bars, with Kmas" OT "NoeV 1 tn Icing on top, make a welcome gift to a (lend. Mola'wes Peppermint FudRe (Yield IK pounds) I Three cups sugar, 2/3 cup un- llphured molasses. V, teaspoon lit; 14 cup butter or margarine. *i lip milk, '.4 teaspoon peppermint rtract. [Combine first 5 Ingredients In a lucepan. mix well. Cook to 242 fcgrces F. or until syrup forms ft hft ball In cold water. Stir fre- |iently. Remove from heat. Cool 110 degrees P. or until bottom pan can rest ooivn'oitably in the him of the hand. Stir In pepper- lint extract. Beat until creamy nd the mixture loses Its 'shine, our Into a buttered 9 x 9 x 2-Inch .Cut into squares. k>ox of this fudge, tied with r«d |bmn, would make a very different omemade Christmas gift. Keep his recipe In your Christmas tile. "Mac." a prefix on many Scottish Ind Irish names. U i Gaelic word h means son. ilDNEYS IUST REMOVE [CESS WASTE . . Uehes and disihieai may h« due to »!own of Viiiner function. Dcxton *ar *ond cy function U very Important to foo^ th. Wh«naom*evcrjri!ay c«nAition,rjeh lrtiA and *train, c«ium ihli Smport*nt tion to *lflw down. many f &lka suWer n an- f. 3 ckirh.(— f«l mEacobl*. Minor blad- irritation* due to cold or wron* d(«t may !CRctllTiKUpnlffritiorfr*qa«TitpfcM»c««. Don't utRlect your Vidneji if thcje condt- liions bothor you. Try Doan'i Pills-a mild dinretic, Uted xuccmfully \>y mnitoni for * happy relief from lhf«e Alafom- thel5niil«f.fkidntytuhp«andfi]- u^WMle, G«t D«» BEAHS MGQ Green and White Prices In His Ad Effective Thru * Wed \ Oct. 1 Stan3arcJ Luscious Firm Halves in Syrup No. 2i Can Derby Chili With Beans 151-4 oz. cans Mlsm-wE w. reserve Hi. right to limit quantities Non« sold to Dealers. Peanut Butter T KROGER - Ho m o 9 enized, Easy-Spread No. 1-4 VI Potted Meat SOAP DERBY Can Wrisley Famous TIDE • 290 KARO SYRUP NO. r/3 red label Ban in Plastic Bag "PUDDING FROZEN PEAS STRAWBERRIES ORANGE JUICE SPINACH BABYLIMAS foodl. BIRDSEYE 12 or. pkg. BIRDSEYE '2 01. pk g . URDSEYE • ox. can BIRDSEYE 14 oz. pkg. BIRDSEYE Box sold to dealers. HERE'S PROOF Pricet In this ad „._ §o«d thru Wed. Oct. 1. HELP YOU LIVE BETTER FOR LESS STEW MEAT CHUCK BONELESS ROAST SIRLOIN STEAK SALE VALUES FOR YOU! U.S. Chore* ROAST Ib. 49 Top Quality Low Price Golden Fruit U.S. CHOICE ROLLED CHOICI VEAL PORK SHOULDErS" ib. 39c PURE LARD 50 a 6.29 WHITING '"••' to £ 2.25 GREEN BEANS SWEET YAMS POTATOES -— IVORY SNOW large box 270 Strlngles* Mississippi Valentin* Texai Washed Waxed 2 ibs. 29c 2ibs.25c U.S. No. 1 Washed Red Grietedieck Bros. BEER Can Cafton J2 9*. eon* CAMAY SOAP regular bar 80 ••... • DUZ large box 270

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