The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1952
Page 6
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MONDAY, SEPT. 29, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS -•AGE P/enfi/u/Tur/ceys Good Buy for Btxdgef-Wi'se By GAYNOR MADDOX . NEA Food and Markets Editor Turkey gives n lot of meat in pro- I portion to its size. It's one of the • best meat buys now (or your 'am- Illy. Turkeys are in plentiful supply l»nd we all might as well take ad| vantage ol the situation. Here are a few notes on the *ur- | key outlook from the Unite- 1 States ipartment of Agriculture: fl—Storage holdings now are con- ider-^'v '->rger than last, year. , 2—Production is up 10 per cent this year. 3—Frozen stocks must be moved as "upplies Increase. 4—Available supplies Include all sizes—smo' Beltsvllle broilers, larger sizes for roasting and big birds, the quantity feeders. 5—Wh pi-ices are abc_, he same or ghtly less than last year (good news these days). For your first turkey menu of he year, try turkey dumplings. Turkey Dumpling* (10 medium-sized dumplings) On* and (Ale-half eup* mlftM lour, 4 teupoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 2'A cupi ground cooked, turkty, 1 cup mllki 1 egg, beaten, about > cups thin turkey gravy or broth. . . Sift flour, baking powder ind Mil together. Add utrkey and mix thoroughly. Add milk to egg, and sitr Into turkey and flour *ilxture. Heat, gravy In deep pan. When gravy bolls, drop mixture Into it by spoonsful. Cover tightly at once. Cook about 15 minutes. Do not remove cover at' any time during cooking. How about making the most of green peppers, too. These hints may be welcome to you: Cut peppers in ^wo, lengthwise, remove pith and seeds, parboil 2 or 3 minutes. Fill (gj with a chopped and seasoned vegetable mUture, or (b) 'equal parts of chopped and sea- Stewing Chickens, Turkeys Are Now on Plentiful List By r. AY NOR MAPDOX NEA Fond and Markets Editor Not only, large plump stewing chickens are on the Department of Agriculture lists of plentiful foods for September, but also turkeys.- Here's the complete list of foods ro plentiful now: posus, grapes, lettuce, locally grown vegetables, honey, soned vegetable and meat, or <c) chopped- meat and cooked rice, nr fdt chopped vegetable and cooked rice. Bake in a moderate oven. Tomatoes and eggplant may be stuffed in similar fashion and baked. stewing chickens, turkeys, flah, nonfat dry riiilk solids, cottage cheese, butterinUX, salad oils, vegetable shortening, cooking and table fats. Everyone has a favorite way of stewing a chicken. We here at our house add a carrot, an onion, celery tops, 2 cloves, a snip of bay leaf and several whole peppercorns to the water, besides suit, of course. The chicken must simmer, never boil. Cooking experts -of the Bureau ot Home Nutrition and Home Economics give these suggestions: Stewed Chicken Use a plump stewing chicken, 3 to 4 pounds ready to cook (4 to pounds dressed weight), Get the chicken ready for hte pan, removing head, feet, internal organs. If necessary, and preparing the bird otherwise for cooking. Leave the chicken whole, or cut It in serving-sire pieces. T« cook whole—Place the b)rd on a rack In a deep pan. Add enough hot water to half cover the bird, and salt the water Hphtly. Cover the pan. Cook over tow heat until the chicken is tender (3 to 4 hours!. Turn the bird occasionally for even cooking. Cook the giblets with the chicken, removing them as soon as they are clone. The liver wiU be done first. Stewed chicken is more moist cooled In the broth, breast, down, ten an hour or so. Thicken the brolh JOT gravy. If desired, brush whole chicken with fat and brown hi a moder- ate oven. To cook In, piece*—Put piece* Of chicken In a pan and add hoL'water |ust to cover. Season lightly with >alt. Cover the pan. Cook over low heat until done. Pieces take about as long to cook as a whole bird. If you like, brown the pieces of chick-t en In a little hot fat In a frying pan before serving. Scream Is Corny ST. PETERSBURG, Fls. f>P>—A woman screamed In a local bar and a policeman ruRheri to her aid. He found a misplaced bar stool the cause of tho trouble. The woman's husband had accidentally placed a bar stool on the touchy corn on his wife's foot. Ronrt Courier News Classified Ads jotJiom Attract* Y*ui»g *«op/e to Community NEW YORK (#> — Whlie older i«ople slrive to move out of New York city, younr people try to move In, A survey by the City Planning Department shows that during the last 10 years migration of persons out of (he clt^y totaled 143,000 more than the number who -moved In. The survey shows that about W per cent of those moving out were between 45 and 64. 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