The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 6, 1952
Page 9
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9OT. 9, IWf BtTTHBTTLLB '(AWC.T COURIER HEWS. ?AB1! KTNH Meat Needs Right Cooking Of Each Cut To get trie most from the good beet buys now plentiful in your meat man's counter, be sure to use the proper cooking method for each cut. Here's a resume of the correct way to cook the various cuts: 1. Standing rib roasts—cook by roasting. Sprinkle meat with salt And pepper and place fat side up in a shallow roasttns pr.n. Do not cover; do not fldrl .water; do not baste. Hoasl at 325 degrees P. (or 26-30 minutes per pound (or medium done meat. (Use a rack In cooking a rolled rib roast. Allow 510 minutes more time per pound.) 2. Pot roast, round steak, short ribs—cook by hralslng. Season meat with salt and pepper; dredga with flour, If desired. Brown slowly on all sides In a little hot fat. Add a Emait amount of liquid and any de- «ired seasoning. Cover and cook over low heat until tender. 3. Steaks (club, T-bone. porterhouse, sirloin) and ground beef patties—broil or pan-broil. 4. Stew meat, brisket, heart, tongue, kidneys and ox joints — simmer in water. Cover meat with hot water, season and simmer (cook just below the boiling point) In a covered utensil until tender. (Stow meat and . kidneys usually are browned before simmering.) Good Breakfast Needed to Start Any Day Right One of the secrets of getting a good start for the day is to eat a really good breakfasts-one which includes protein foods such as meat and eggs. To keep in tip top physical condition, everyone, whether young or old, needs plenty of protein—the high quality protein provided by meat. Research has shown that if all of the protein we require daily is eaten ut one meal—say nt dinner tlme-^it does us less good than when divided between the three meals of the day. So it's ''good morning" with a good breaklast^one which includes 1 those stick- to-thc-ribs foods such as bacon, sausage, ham and eggs. A protein breakfast makes a difference to the way we feel all morning and sometimes the whole das through. Get variety into breakfasts by serving sausage one day, ham another, bacon and eggs a third. Keep in minti. too, fried bologna cups filled with scrambled eggs, Canadian style bacon, fried luncheon meat slices and fried sliced smok?:i pork butt icottage roll). Gut-of-Ordinary Casserole Dish Is Th?s Mi ! ~'' Casserole Deluxe ' Once in a blue moon an out of the ordinary casserole dish comes your way. Here's s"ch a dish com- t'-ing I??!" 1 -: sav/r-i-,2 and macafonl. Il.'s intriguirrij' f-~ 3"ed with cara- v;ay sr.-c!s r' :":ed onions in just the right n-.-o.;nts. Sausage-Macaroni f'asserole 1 po;:nrt por ': <iausa-3 links 1 cup elbov,' . acaroni li teaspoon c-riway seed \- teaspoon cry mustard ' 2 cup thinly sliced onions J .i pound processed American cheese *i cup rmlfc Paprika Cook macaroril until tender In boiling, salted water. Drain. Add carawr.y seed and mustard. Place half the macaroni in a greased quart casserole. Top with half the onions and thinly sliced cheese. Add rest of macaroni and another layer of clieese and onions. Pour milk over all and bake, covered, for 35 minutes at 350 F. Brown sausage links thoroughly In a skillet over low heat. Place on top of macaroni, sprinkle with paprika and continue baking, uncovered, for 15 rhinutcs. Dress up broccoli with s savory topping. Cook the broccoli until Just tendercrisp. drnin and place In your serving dish. Melt butter or margarine In a skiUet. add fine dr< bread crumbs and stir ever lav, heat to brown a little. Sprinkle, th buttered crispy crumbs over th- broccoli and serve at once. VOTE Vote for your atTKroger M LIVE BETTER >"sSJ ' S^^ S^ Nofio FOR LESS! X ELECT BRUCE XI SELECT PUSSYCAT Memphis Made Famous BRUCE Pussy Cat WAX CAT FOO Protect your own hardwood floor* with a superior product. Self Polishing Qt. $109 1 A really nutritious and ... pleasing pet food for your kitten. 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