The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 12, 1950
Page 12
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i PAGE TWELVE BLYTIIEVJU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 Food Waste Cut By Meal Planning Advance Marketing . Allows Housewife • Chance at Bargains Jf yon plan your menus \vell In advance yon can save money. You cut down waste ot tood (Ills way. you ran set. full advantage of fonlls Ihm are plentiful and therefore usually cheaper, and yon can prevent monotony in your meals by making sure all the food will be Mien snd enjoyed. The following! budget menus have been worked out by Frances Foley Gannon of New York- City's Oepaidnenl of Markets wllli the as- slstni ce ol dieticians. Pinner: Breaded broiled chicken, mashed sweets, creamed Swiss- chard, carrot rellsli. bread, biiltcr or fortified margarine, apple cake. ' coffee, milkDinnrr: Poached I'BUs on corned bpef hash, chopped cooked kale mixed salad, ticcad, butter or fortified margarine, chocolate pudding coffer, milk. dinner: OW-tiisliicinert souhisli with ves.-Ubles, cRbbage. apple and pineapple salad, bread, bulte.r r fortified mat-purine, quick rice puci ding, coffee, in'lk. nimwr: Onion pancakes with creamed dried beef, peas, \vhole parsuyed carrots, lettuce slaw, bread, butter or fortified mnrgnrlne. supar crumb cake, coffee, milk. Dinner: Individual meat and veg- table loaves, ci'eained potatoes, yellow luriliils, bread, butter or forl!- fi«l mnrenrinr. fruit salad, hot raisin muffins, coffee, milk. Turkey a la King One-naif cup choiM»cd celery, li cnp finely chopped onion, '! cup finely chopped green pepper. \\ cup sliced mushrooms. 1 cups chopped cooked turkey. 3 cups tne- dhlm sauce or turkey gravy, salt, pepper. Cook vegetables and mushrooms In a little water '.intil tender, then drain. Add vegetables, turkey and mushrooms to sauce. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Heat thoroughly over low heal or hot water Serve on toast or biscuits or on cooked rice. Corn Chowder Is Hearty Favorite; Other Recipes Include Plentiful* Reading Habits Change i provJnc'ial PARIS newspapers (lie (API—!•'»' are .stealing ami limitation of the W« Paris '1 accordins to figures conipil' Hie Freiieli P«'s» Kc<leta(i»n !)«.«' has about V.000.000 readers, while the Paris l>ri-'.s.s has only 3,800.000 reader.-. Before (he war I'a- rls newspapers soW alx;ui the .< number oJ copies as those of provinces combined. the with 2 tablespoons o f the fat. Brown ihe .sliced onion in me rc- imtiiimg hit. utid all oilier inured- louts excopl rl 10 minutes. A*'d tho ch'.Mi^e au tinti! it nirH.s. Serve on crisp toast. Garnish ftilh -slices of hard-cooked Chili Dinners Can Be Varied And Interesting Hot 'chili if [cmptiiiB many persons these winli.v <i:iv.s. Us menu ucconipaniinrntu Arc important. They're I lie wuy >« make chill dinners varied rimi nit*" resting for instance, l«-ta Slasss, home economist, slimiest* serving potato chips will) chili, or for a change, spread cratkris »iil) tangv cheese llvrn slip lliem in the broiler just in an unusual CMOP suey manner. On another oocii.siim. eiun may Iw | accompanied w i t h toasted cor)) i bread '•> " mi'rm with chili a crisp etable &alad or cole slaw arc- both ideal, or perhaps a relish tray. Also is order is a light dessert, A bowl of colorful fruits will be welcomed, accompanied by a plate filled with various cheeses. To vavy. ONE-DISH MKAI,—Makr * New Year's resolullun I* use loU ot plentiful corn. Corn chowder is * heirly dish. G'snneii corn Is on the United States Depar'nK'nl of :i-£i'ic:iiltnre's list ot plentiful January food. 1 .. It's on the family's list of favorite njpal-itl-a-i!!sli specialties 1'iirn fIhu'.vilrr \nir lablt'.siMionK ham tat, butter or fortified margarine. 1 large onion, sliced. 1 No. 2 can whole kernel or ciciun .style corn. 2 cups rttert potatoes, X cups milk. 1 cup diced cooked or leftover ham. op- ledjK-s. I'Jtcli by cooking experts of the i>'jnti titu'iit of Agriculture" ('orti I'cmihie iSrrvrj; I) One-third cup »f bread cubes 1 '/•!• cup.s corn, 2 teaspoons minced onioH. '1 lea.s[iuon> finely chopped Kr«cn pepper, -\ cup finely grnletl, >i teaspoon .salt, (H'pper, 2 eggs. -A ell beutcii, ',i- cup .scalded milk. Blend all the Ingredients Into the eUrj.s, adding the .scalded milk al, I liomi .spoons chop|)t i d purvey S teaspoon 'J'al)iisco. Add onion (u fat- in larftt: .saucepan and took until tender, but not brown. If whole kernel coin Is used, drain coin and add corn h'q- .ind to .saucepan. If cream-style corn Is used, add \t> cup vtitec to saucepan. Brin^ to a boil and add potatoe.s; cover find cook 10 minutes. Add com, milk ami ham if desired. Add .salt. Heat Ihorouyh- ly. Add parsley and Tabasco, -salt. 2 table?- | last. J'our into a greased !oa( pan MxR im-hc-Ai and set in a jn.n of hoi waler. Hake in a moderate oven (350 decrees P.) until set— about one hour. Cheese, C'tirM, 'I'tima Eo on Toasi lfl servings) Three tablespoons Hour. 3 tablespoons melted (able fat. canned tomatoes, 1 onion, .sliced. 2 cups canned corn. 2 teaspoons 5«U. '* pound sharp, shaved thici. Brown the flour in a heavy s Fiesta Slaw Important • Salad for Winter Days Salads are just us important In the winter as in the summer. Bnt alnce there IK a limited variety of greens and fresh vegetables lo choose from In the winter 1 months. it's more difficult-to serve an interesting variety nf fresh, salads. Here's »n Intriguing .salad ' made from plentiful cabbage, with carrot ami green pepper added for color and : flavor. Mix the salad In a porcelain »me!ed mixing bowl. The porcelain enameled bowl can go right, into the refrigerator to chill thoroughly before frie ingredients are prepared. And it looks pretty enough to go right to the table for .serving. Fiesta Slaw 1 cups cabbage, shredded 1 green pepper, shredded 2 carrots, shredded 1 small'ontom, Ihiely chopped Salt and pepper to ta.ste 1(3 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons temon juice Mix cabbage, green pepper, ear- rot* and onion lightly in porcelain enameled bowl. SetiKtm to taste Just before serving, add ma yon- nai&e mixed with lemon juice avul mix lightly. Serve immediately. Here are two move good corn 1 let. Remove from .skillet and blend THE FAVORITE IN DIXIELAND FOR 72 YEARS PRIDEI ILLINOIS vcg- a gelatin fruit salad may be served. Make Buttermilk* Serve the tmck broiler. Still another Mvn Is sewing chill thick v.ith Around foficf, over Hex-, | -^ ; :SM®S«S^^^a**i P^li^SI Domino Pure Cane SUGAR Refreshes Cream Genuine COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Style White Sweet, Corn i>- TO prepare . .. it's alrfaily il. li's \vhole.sOmt ami nour* —wonderful for corn fritters, corn puddings, chowders, Gfl l-fidc of ftlinois—Cream Style While Swcei Corn at your Center's -votiiy. THE ILLINOIS CANNING CO. FUapestoH, Him* I NICKEL SAVER STORE Auzzia Henry • Grocery Manager 309 North 6th Hiway 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickels In Your Pocket At These Prices fn heavv syrup, Hunt's PEACHES Sunshine Krispy Sunshine Krspy CRACKERS ,!1;25 Natinnatly-Adverliscd PET MILK 3::135 C Domino I'nre Cane SUGAR 10,,,, 89 s l)u?., -Super StJs or OXYDOL Texas Grepn CABBAGE Kiesh, Crisp CARROTS ,„ 3 2 M1S 15 lied POTATOES 10 ,,, s 33 (ilcndall CHEESE FOOD 2llB .69 Fr > ri'.sli C'nniitrv LARGE EGGS Whole II OK' w 1)07.. O J Wlinlc II OK' FRESH SAUSAGE 35 ISi'si (irndf. lintl on SLICED BACON SIDE PORK f'"i I'sh.smnll PORK RIBS TeiuliT Smoked PICNIC HAMS Snj>Hr-ciir<Ml, sinokeil JOWL BACON l{e;i(ly-|ii-o;((, whole or luilf TENDER HAMS Ht'sl made pound STICK mi\ ,,32 C „, 19 C ,,49 1 ^ ,,49 C King Cotton C 0 C A COLA case NaHona ,, y- Famous Salad Dressing Ib. 15C LARD8ibctn$l a l3 Miracle Whip qt Amboy Evaporated MILK 3iaiium29c Pure fresh 75 49 Admiration COFFEE - - ib 55c Assorted flavors JELLO - - - Pkg 5C Lucky Dog Food r 2tc Fancy Select Country Style, Pork, 3 Lbs. Oysters - pt. 69c Sausage - - 95c Fresh Ocean Wilson's Certified Chuck Shrimp - ib 59c Beef Roast 49c All meat, delicious Brisket of Beef Bologna ib 39c Slew Meat 39c Fresh crisp CARROTS 2 Ig. bunches 19< New U.S. No. 1 Reds POTATOES - - Yellow, mild-flavored ONIONS - - English, Large Diamond WALNUTS - - Full-of-Juice, Florida ORANGES - I ~ Crisp, York APPLES - - - '! Full-flavored, SWEET POTATOES - Fresh, green 2 Ibs. 19< rresn, green lb-9^ CABBAGE - - 3 Ibs.. 10f U.S. No. 1 Rod 2lbs.19r POTATOES-10Ib.bag49< Sweet Emperor • Ib. 390 GRAPES - - - 2 Ibs. 25< Florida bleached CELERY - - Ige. stalk 10f? Large, juicy, fresh COCOANUTS - - 2for25< RECIPE OF THE WEEK Pin»oppl« Por* Patti«* KTuJKi'MiTi" Mi< in «>i«P»" brown luRir, cnrnjt.rch «nd drr l j""*, ar c o " "t™d !<ir P \?n^ thick «nd clr.r. t.*l uand. Mir thorough!? reraarnmg in. •i«di«nt. Sh«p« into » pJtt'i" Brown •try ilowty on on. •!<!«. Turn p.uit. ind ,pr«n<i -*"i<l" pm"PP le muturt. f- flf.t »nd bcown p«lti« vefy v-over »Killev ... i , . ilowly on undtr sid«. M«l!i> < .trvingi }'D« )Ti" rt'orfl PET MILK 3 Crushed Pineapple can 19c fork Sausage . . Ib. 32c Rolled Oats 17c

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