The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1950 · Page 11
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THimSDAT, JANUARY 12, 1950 (ARK.) COURIER PAGE ELEYEH B Yitlle Words Tell Sauce Tale Blend, Stir, Season U Secret Revealed By Experienced Cooks Three little words reveal (he secrets o( making successful sauces The.se words are—blend, stir and season. Just, the right blending and stirring make sauces velvety smooth Ttie choice of seasonings can miike the sauces varied and Interesting. But. for most sauces, there's stil another must. That fs "cook slowly.' Because slow cooking fs of great Importance in the making ol ccrtali jfjjfles of sauces, many recipes sug pEsl the use of a double boiler fo the cooking. The water In the lave part of the boiler regulates the heat thereby preventing scorching o curdlirg. Sanitary porcelain cniim elpd double boilers are the tavorite of many honicmakers. The smool! non-porous finish of eni\meledv,'ar protects the delicate flavor of- 111 sauces. If the sauce Is to he cold, it can be chilled ay nlacin the upper pnrt of the porcplai euameled double boiler rishi in IU refrigerator. • Here i.s a recipe for a creamy custard sauce that can be used in dozens ol ways to make simple desserts taste twice as good. Creamy Custard Sans* 2 esss or 3 egg yolks '4 cup sugar U teaspoon salt \"i cups milk ^3 teaspoon vanilla Beat eggs slightly to blend whiles and yoiks. Add sugar, salt and milk. Beat, until stlgar is dissolved. F'ut mixture into top of enameled double boiler. Place over hot, but not boiling, water. Cook, stirring constantly, until the mixture forms a thin coat on a metal .spoon. Remove from hot water immediately. 11 the sauce is to be served hot. add vanilla ftt once. Or cool in refrigerator and add vanilla just before serving. Makes about 2 cups sauce. Serve the sauce over steamed or baked puddings, over chiller! fri'it, or pour it over slices of cake. Tt'.s fl&od either warm or chilled. luffct Party for Friends Starts 950 In Grand Style; Little Effort START '50 WITH A BANG—Plan Hits New Year's Eve buffet supper with snlaiJ in gelatin mold ami chocolate r^kc. Sc j e the old year out and the new horn. llraiil Nul Devil's Tooil CaUc (Yield iuu £-ilu-h layers) one- in wilh a miftct parly lor friends. Plan a menu that requires last-minute preyuirnr.on. In-! One.<|Uiiricr cuy shortening, chide substantial amounts of pro-1 ci ps firmly packed brown sugar, vein fotict. such as cold meats ami - : eggs, 4 squares <4 ouncesl cheese. Serve a .salad in an flavored gelatin mold for easy handling and color appeal. A large cake, rich and elegantly frosted, makes a perfect desert. nfatr to *h« Movie* CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (AC) _ nlike most Colorado gold camps, rijiple Creek had little of Indians, appers and vigilnnlej> In its early story. 11 developed from » gold discovery i the Ms and from the beginning ad telegraph, railroads and brick >!illlitlgs. razil nuts. Sift together Hour, akiug powder, soda and salt; add our mixture alternately with milk • batter. Stir in vanilla. Pour Into deep-greased g-lnch-layer pans nd bnko In moderate oven (350 cgrees P.) 35 lo 40 minutes, l.ft land 5 minutes and remove from pun. Cover with Glossy Clioco'.ale F rostlng nnd garnish with flraz 1 nit petals. Clossy Chocolate Frnslinjr Three squares (3 ounce*) un- •.veetened chocolate, melted. 1 cups sifted confectioners' si-gar, X tablespoons hot water, 3 egi; yolks unbeaten, !i cup butter or forttfie< ntarganne. Pour melted chocolate In mtxiiu bowl Add sugar and vVter; ml: wfll. Adti eRg yolks, one at a Unit healing well after each addition Drop l tablespoon of butter at . .ime hi the mixture nntl mix thor Ji-ghly. Brazil Nut 1'ctnls Place Bia7,il nuts in cold wMei, lirins slowly to a boil. Simmer -1 to :l tn tnite.s. Drain and cut into [Itin lengthwise slices about 1( inch thick. '(.- sweetened chocolate, inched, cup chopped Urazil nuts, 2 cnpt sifted cake flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, \'- teaspoon soda, M.' teaspoon salt. 1 cup phis 2. table After the Holidays Simple Meals Are Cook's Treasure Following the holidays, serving implo meals i.s R pleasure to ninny lotnemakcrs—and a way to cut down on the family food bill. rherefove. ttcba StttRgs, home cc- womlst. fiiiRBe&U that homen\akers urn to some ol the less demanded cuts of meat -such as twef shanks, wrk hocks, corned liecf or smoker) iork shoulder butt- All of Ihrsc cuts provide appetizing and iiUcr- c.sting meals for her to serve hci family. The same as cooking n stew these meat cuts are L >ookcd iti \vat IT 03- vegetable juices. Following I he approved method, tlu? nienl with Vhe exception ol ewcd pork unit fortird becT Is first browned on all sides lo develop flavor and increa.se ttie color, A Her browning, the mail Is completely covered with liquid and seasonings are added (which allows for great flavor variety). Her 1)5 and spicks such a buy leaf,' rnarjonini. cloves, |)ep]ier-conis and allspice may be added as desired. The cooking utensil is the lightly covered and the liquid ftllmved to simmer , until the meat is lender. At no time j should the liquid IKJJ] — lulling ' -shrinks the meat and muke.s It stringy and less flavor.sojne. For an appealing one-dish din- LJkf took* I Published in America PKNAKFURT, Germany (Ap) — On. Eisenhowers war memoirs »nd "Gone Willi the Wind" have hll the best seller lists In Western Oerina- ">'. They have shnrp competition Irom "Daddy Long Legs" and "An- iliony Adverse." Germany's book pbuitiliers hive struck a bonanaa in American And llritish tilles, As many »s 200,000 in German translation have been sold in out month. Many newspapers art M'rlallilng translations of these works Nats 2 Check Artists CHICAGO —<iP)— A fellow trirt to puss a bad check In a aes side currency exchnnge. Manaiiei Ted IJorowski locked him In tin cashier's cage. The chap dlvei through a window but soon wa collared by the cops anywny. The police look him to the station an called Borowski. "Come back," said Borowskl. "I'v uot another one," Tlic higher up R mountain 01: HOPS the lower the temperature < water will be when It starts to bnl nor, various vecetables either who or cut in lai'KC places, nmy added ju.sl IOIIK enough before tl meat Ls tender to coolc them. Announcement DAN BUSH has just been made Manager of MOORE'S FURNITURE 310 Hast Main WE INVITE YOU TO SEE MOORE'S FOR BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE . spoons milk. 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cream . shortening; arid sug;.' In the experience or this writer, the following Brnzil Nut Devil's ..... Food Cake is one of the finest of | gradual!/ and cream thoroughly all cakes—nca. wotiaerlul te.\lurc | A(lli PBgs. one at a lime, and boat and out of this world flavor. It's i u »l' 1 light and fluffy. Add melted a perfect cake to serve as 1950 is l chocolate and. beat well. Mix in Quick, Hearty Lunch Time Treat Biscuit Pinwheels Make Unusual Use Of Leftover Pork I over from a roast, is exception- I ally tasty rolled up in flaky bis- I Quit dough. To prepare this com\ bination, a regular biscuit don ; patted or rolled out to J « -In ilckness. The chopped cooked pork • HS moistened with gravy and evenly I spread over the dough. The dough is then rolled up *iiatViT»'i<;(> lilrp •* iollu r-nll iriMi I htft oven (4<J« degrees F.I for 30 I to 40 minutes. These pinwhccls are I deliciously .served with creamed I mushrooms, peas or other vcget I a hi pi? • stiu anotner bisqint spread con I bines creamed chopped ham an I ma.shed potatoes. A bit of onic I may be added for flavor variety Sum a Ira Ls ne arly I Spain. ORANGE-CRUSH AND FRANKFURTERS America's favorite for a quick, hearty lunch, t.hnt's frankfurters and 'Ornngc-CRUSII. Whether at home, tit. school, til your favorite lunch counter or reslmmint, you'll enjoy juicy, tasty frankfurters with the nntimil "fresh fruit," flavor of cool, refreshing Orange-CRUSH. Serve Oranfje-CUUSH loo, us iin in-between refresher. Ornnjn- CHUSH goes good with popoorn, penmiLs, potato chips, or ftiiy snnck food. Always a fnvorite with the tfcn~ stors, Oningc-CRUSH hits the spot when the Saturday Rung gal here before tlic gnnic or afler. You'll find that OranKc-CRUSH is always a welcome treat. Its "fresh fruit" flavor Is proiecle<{ by the "krinkly" hrown bottle. Ask for genuine Omn^e-CRUSH in the flavor-guarding brown bottle. And for homo use—buy Oningo-CKU the economy way, by the c:isc. Look at all these Extras You get with Gold Medal / A WONDERFUL FLOUR FOR REAL SOUTHERN BISCUITS. Gold Me<lnl " Kitchcn-lcstctf" Knrir.hiMl Mour (plain or Belf-riainn) works wonders with your favorite biscuit recipe. That's because Gold Model's nrrn.irkahle baking fiualities n re \iniforn\ly suprrU . , .with et-crylhinK you Ixikc. Makes dclii'ious southern bi.^- cuita...finc textured cflkcs... tender flaky pastries. « FINE COTTON BAG-NO PRINTING, (iold Medal's 25, 50 £v and 100 Ib. socks hai€ no printing on thrm — just n paper labfl which soaks off in 1 or 3 minutes. O VALUABLE SILVERW*RE COUPON. Coupons Rood on slun- ^ nine "Queen Hess" I'atlnrn silverware—in Kcmtinc Tudor I'lale by Oncicla Community Silvcr.stnitlia. >2 BETTY CROCKER COOKING HELPS. 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