The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1952 · Page 11
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MOHDAT, OCT. IS, Bt/11 ncv ILLS '(AMC.y COUHEBR PAGE ELEVEN Something Crisp Needed If Soup Is On the Menu ' French Bread Toast I* Recommended For This Purpose By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor When'you start lunch or supper on a brisk fall day with hot soup 'accompany it with something crisp Slices of Frenchbread toast, sprest with butter or margarine, sprinkled with grated cheese and toasted under the broiler, wilt taste delicious with hearty Potato Soup. Pas . Cheese Chips with that quick and good combination — condensed to mato and pea soups. Special Potato Soup Ingredients: 4 leeks, 3 cups slice< Pired potatoes, 3 cups boiling wa ter, 4 instant chicken bouillon cubes 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 cup light cream. I cup mllfe, _ teaspoon salt, y* teaspoon pepper, tablespoons minced chives or pars ley, s /i teaspoon paprika. Method: Cut leeks with 3 inch es of greeti tops into fine pieces Cook leeks and potatoes in boilin water, covered, until tender—auou 40 minutes. Press, without- draining through a fine sieve into top ot; double boiler. Add bouillon cubes, butter, cream, milk, salt and pepper; mix thoroughly. Reheat over hot. water to blend flavors. Servo hot, sprinkling each portion with chives or parsley and paprika. Makes 6 servings. , Cheese Chips Ingredients: Yi cup ready-to-eat bran, 1^ cups gifted flour \? teaspoon- salt. Vi teaspoon paprika, dasb cayenne, ^ cup shortening, ?i r\j_-> LTr^Ied American cheese, 4 tablespoons (about) cold water, milk, * caraway and poppy seeds. y Method: Crush bran into fine crumbs; mix well with flour, salt, paprika and cayenne. Cut in shortening; mix in cheese. Add water, a little at a. time, until dough is moist enough to hold together. ' Shape into roll Vfc inches in diameter. Wrap in waxed paper. Chill until-firm. Slice Into H-lnch slices. Place on well-greased baking sheet. Brush tops with milk; sprinkle with seeds. Bake in hot (450F.) oven 12 to 15 minutes. Serve s hot or cold. Makes about 40 chips. Jonathan Apple Is Noted for ^ Its Versatility Ths first carloads of plump, reel Jcnatfian apples have just arrived from Washington State's famous bf.chardi'j; and they're crispier an.d But the 1 ' wonderful fresh eating 1 Qualities of these fragrant apples is just half the story, for Jonathans are an all-purpose apple ~ so you can use them in all the desserts — pics, apple crisp, bread puddings and bettys — that are such family favorites. But for today Jets talk about their innumerable fresh salad possibilities. First, a fall-time favorite molded salad with tangy elder gelatin holding crunchy pieces of spicy apple and crisp celery. The skins are so tender you'll want to use the apples unpeelcd and their deep red color is a pretty contrast with the antot elder. CIDER'APPLE SALAD • I 1 ,? tbsps. unflavored gelatin % cup cold water 2 cups elder U cup lemon juice H cup sugar v % Up. salt H tsp. cinnamon, optional 1 J ,S cups chopped red Jonathan apples . _ 1 cup sliced celery Soften gelatin in cold water. Hea cider to boiling, add gelatin, lemo juice, sugar; salt and cinnamon, i desired, and stir until gelatin an sugar are dissolved. Cool until par t\aHy set and stir in chopped un peeled apples and celery. Pour Int ^ a IVfr quart mold or into 8 Indi '• ' vidual molds. ChtU until firm. Un mold and serve on lettuce with ma> onnaise. Serves 8. Youngsters usually like shrccid. cabbage in a salad when it Is com bined with apples and raisins. USR red-skinned apple.? and do not pare them; the skin adds attractive color. The smallest members of the family should have 3 R bland salad dressing for their salads; save the spicier varieties of dressing for the grownups. ADVANCE TICKETS for the KING BROS. CIRCUS May Be Purchased At: ; Roth rock's Drug Owens Drug Buy your ticket* In advance! A portion of the proceeds from advance sales will |o to the Blythevllte Shrine Club. a-^c^^;:,^^^^^^ X VOTE AT KROGER ELECTION HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR FAVORITE CANDIDATES Vote for the Brands of Your Choice at Kroger and Live Better for Less rrr / s*o»w ». CM WHKi Clpverleof SOLIDS to SAVE OH hA\tK COSTS I2oz. pkg. X §ELICT DURKEE FAMOUS DRESSING For salads, meats, sandwiches, cheeses ALL IN ONE BOTTLE 4 oz. \ bottle '* H H our C/IJ WILSON TASTY Look for other famous Diamond products Wins ^ £ QUICK F/x f *r MEAT Uffl M£AL W RoU ^"a^nTpicnic PU.es.. Diamond V-incn r ^^^^-^ for OOc Gravy Maker /or Star Chunk X SELECT NU-MAID NU-MAID MARGARINE TABLE GRADE LB . R EACH J\ VOTE FOR KROGER COFFEES AND WIN BIG PRIZES PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores IN THE KROGER COFFEE ELECTION CONTEST! GRAND PRIZE . . In the Kroger Coffee Election Contest. Every winner of any prize in the 5 weekly contests is eligible to compete (or the grand prize. 5PR/Z& £VEW WEEK FOR 5 W££KS Free Food 10 , 1 Year \ 25 CROSLEY HOME FOR A WONDERFUL! Win free food for your f«nilly for » whole year Get J130G In certificates redeemable at your Kroger store . . based on U.S. Guvl estimates for a family of 4. ' OF FOUR FREEZERS large 14. 5-cu ft. site, filled with )00 Ib. Kroger Tendercn/ . . th« btef that's tender 10 times out 01' 10, and 400 pkg Birds Ey« Frozen Foods. | KX>fWZESG/EW»'£EKFOK SWEEXS^ 500 CORY Automatic COFFEE MAKERS Brews i, 6, or 8 cups or coffee—automatically. SSriT 1 |S5sssss "- IIHuillfo a fi£h - odied coffeo . Wie lively '•«'"«. oled and Hoie ground .p Krog.r coff«. None fine ony pric*. or P«Ve Broiil', r> _ lolion,. li'i Ho, Doted 8round SSSSM^sofii

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