The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1950 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
Page 10
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FACE TEN RLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cooking Methods Show Experience New Year Rounds Out 50 Years of Cooking Progress Grandmother and today's homemaker may have a lot in common, but there's one thing that 1950 "cooks 1 ' OBii celebrate that grwnd- ma couldn't—progress In learning to cook meat. As the result of hundreds of meat cooking experiments during the past half century it is possible for today's homunaker to prepare attractive and Appetizing meat dishes in t'.jc simplest manner possible. And, also ns a result of those ex, tensive experiments proving the value of low temperature meet cook- hig, hometnakcrs can actually save meat, according to Rcba Staggs, meat cooking expert. Those helpings of meat that used to be "sizzled" away are ncnv being served. When cooked at a low temperature meat is also juicier and more palatable. This applies to all methods ot meat cookery. For example when roasting meat, the modern approved method is placing the roast fat .sidfl up on A rack in an open roasting pun. No *.vatrr Is added, the pan ts left uncovered, and no basting is necessary. Beef, veal, lamb and cured pork aro mast- ed in a 303 ttc^n-o P. ovc'Ji ami fresh pnrk in a 3r>0 degree r\ oven. Compare this modern way with grandma's method. Slic soared the, roast—turned the oven up hiejh for the first few minutes of cooking. She thought she was holding the juices In the meat, but experiments have proved that seating does not hold in the juices; in fact, it actually increases the loss of meat- juices. Grandma often added water and covered the pan, hut she w;us not roasting the meat when she did this—she was cooking it in moist heat. Fruit and Salads Give Energy for Winter Weather The more fruit anit salad greens you eat lhcsc days of hustle uiul bustle, the l<*s tired you will be. Fresh I'cflr, Ci'lcry, Xut Kalad (Servos G) Tlircc rip* pesr.s. lemon juice, 2 '3 ounce) packages cveain cheese, mayonnaise, fciv grains of salt, H cup cream, whipped; 2 cups diced celery, 1-2 cup chopped nuts, iceberg lettuce. Peel, halve and core [Kur.s. Sprinkle svitli lemon juice to prevent darkening. Blend Just enough mayonnaise into to make it smooth atul Huffy. Add salt to ta.ste. Fold into whipped cream. Add celery. Arrange pears on lettuce cu|>s. fop with cheese mixture and garnish with nui.s. Looking for a main dish that's easy ana asi'S plentiful foods? ifcre it is: Sausage S\vee[ Potato I'ie [Hdki'S 6 servings) One and one-half cups 13-4 pound I failsafe meat. I tablespoon rich prepared mustard, 2 cups cooked tnashed sweet potatoes. 2 table- S|>oons .sausage drippings, 1-2 tea.s- poon siillj 2 cups utrt applesauce, ire.ih or canned iNo. 2 can). Mix the sausage meat and the rich prepared mustard. Fry uhlil meat separates into cooked particles. Whip the sweet potatoes \vith tile sausage drippings and ihe salt. Spread Boxofficc Magazine poll. . . . Dick Carlson \vcnl to Africa for "King Solomon's Mines." then sold a three-piece article to a national mag titled. "Hollywood Safari." over boiom and sides of a „.,_,„, 9 or 10-inch pie plate or shallow casserole, pour'In Hie applesauce. Top with cooked mustard-flavored sausage moil. Heat thoroughly In a moderate o',eti (350-375 degrees P.) JO to 30 minutes. Here's a variation on the carrot theme: Toyslet! Ciirrols (Serves 4) Twelve whole carrots, 1-4 tu p salad oil, melted butter or fortified marglne, 1 1-2 cups cornflakes, 1 teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon pepper. Cook carrots in boiling salted water, covered, only until just tender. Dip In oil, then in finely crushed cornflakes to which salt ami twpper have been added. Arrange of "western Asia. In pan and broil until cornflakes are toasted, about 5 minutes. Baste twice with remaining oil while toasting. A mixture of the weed-killers 2. 4-D nnd 2, 4. 5,-T has been found effective against brush. I ':MiwrHis {frvekaood i KEROSENE and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCo. Phone 2089 Hollywood Continued from Page 8 cits'. The star hart gone out on the road to help promote her latest film. The morals guardians said one exhibitor had complained and expressed hope that it wouldn't happen again. "It won't happen ajraln." snapped th« publicity boss. "Tell MIC exhibitor that next time lie wori't have a star present to help sell bis tickets." * * • Th« vaudeville flori of David O. Selinick's "Stars of Tomorrow" — Louis Jourdan, Rhonda Fleming. Rory Calhonn and Johnny Agar — prompted one of them to crack: "We were the highest paid and !f«t appreciated freaks that ever played the circuit." Jourdan Is reportedly so sore about the whole thing he wants to break his contract and go hack to Prance. Actress by Birth Mary Astor's daughter, Marylyn Thorpe, ts being tested for Ida Ln- plno'a next film. "Nobody Safe." Id« again will direct. . . . Jack Gilford says Errol Flynn's new theme jong is "I Get a Qlltca Out ot Yon." .... For the Hth yenr. Gary Cooper made the list of Hollywood's top 10 money-making star.s in a Says HARRY CARAY ALL-GRAIN NO SUGAR Gnesedieck B ros. f. ^ Concrete Culvert Tile Si7.cs ap to 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sites up In 81 (n. Automatic 1'Ioort Gatcj Concrete Septic Tanks Mefal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Dnt Triers \v e Deliver A.H.WEBB BUIiiny Gl at Sl.ite Line Fhone 1M THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1950 uvi mm FOI LEO win wears EVEXYDAY LOW PRICES WEEKEND SPECIALS AT FREEMAN-HENLEY'S Fresh-dressed Tender FRYERS Bush's, No. 303 can HOMINY COFFEE - - - 3». - $1.69 - - - No. 303 -13c Pride of Illinois For better baking CRISCO - - 3lb.can69< Remarkable PEACHES- No. 2ian15f Standard TOMATOES-2No.2can$25< • SPECIAL • 1 Ib. Evcrgood STICK CHILI and No. 1 Can Jo;in of Arc KIDNEY BEANS BOTH Nabisco Great Northern BEANS 2',C25' CRACKERS ,,,,»25 lied Cross MACARONI SO Count, PAI'KR , 9 NAPKINS I!()x 19 PUFFED WHEAT Texas Green . . Ho.v CABBAGE 3,, )S 10 FREE DELIVERY CALL 2231 FREE PARKING If You Wish to Shop No. 1 Red POTATOES 1C0 5 , )S ? 3 From the Country FRESH EGGS (Jitocl t|iiulilv, loan Do/.. 39 SLAB BACON ,,,39 I'urc Kresh LARD FREEMAN-HENLEY GROCERY & MARKET West Main, Across from the Mox Theater Phone 2231 PEACHES 2 Del Monte Sliced or Halves. PEAS 2 School Day No. 4 Sieve. CORN 3 Kroger whole kernel golden. Tom. Juice 2 KROGER. Preserves 3 Kroger Pure Fruit Strawberry. No. 2Yi Cans No. 303 Cans No. 303 Cans 46-oz. Cans OLD FASHIOMED Ixm prices . . . every day ... on every \\frn — that's why you save when you shop at Kroger. Prove it for yourself! Buy alt your foods at Kroger, and coimt the money you save. You'll Live Better for Less with Kroger's everyday low HUMKO Diiinly CiM>king Kal AVONDALE FLOUR • J'liiin or Self-Rising PORK & BEANS i-U). Cln. 73 C i.K 11 v fe '<s<eW4 Ft./vo R u. 6 s s 5 * Kroner TOMATO SOUP Campbell's HOMINY CHILI WITH BEANS Kroger SARDINES lli-oz. . Can Co u n I ry Club 3 No. 21/ Cans !*.%£ CHOPPED HAM '^ 49 Armour Slar CORNED BEEF HASH l *% Ainioui Slai Chine bone sowed cosier carving 9 inch loin portion—tenderloin in—(b; 45c. PORK ROAST CHUCK ROAST Lb 49 Kroger-Cul. U.S. Gov't. {(riidcd good or choice SALT MEAT KROGER-CUT FOR EASIER CARVING Gel more uniform slices of lender, juicy-rich pork roast £ A7r "T / C Streak 0' Lean WHITING Drossed Farm Fresh Dressed. —Buy the Pieces You Like _ 15' Breast .... Ib. 98c Legs Ib. 85c Backs .... Ib. 35c Wings .... Ib. 55c 50-lb. SCTi) Can 0 PURE LARD PRUNES i\ledium Evaporated DRIED BEEF 2-lh. 21/z-ox. 41 C 33° BEANS Dry 1'inlo CANDY 25 C Old-Kashioncd Choc-olalc Drops TREET : 2 ^39° CATSUP 2 ^ 29 C Hcad.v-to-Eal Meat laiigy Tomalo . , SARDINES 2*^23° CRACKERS \1 23 C Nomorcparkmgprob,. Standard Kroger extra thin, extra crisp lemS. Park in OUT large free parking lot while you shop the new Kroger Store. ORANGES For Vitamin Rich fresh Juice. c Best Coffee Value! Save up to 90c on 3 Ib. TANGERINES SPOTLIGHT Top Quality Juicy Sweet Florida. 4 RED POTATOES KROGER BREAD 2^ New Small Size White, 10 "*? 3 9 C ANGEL FOOD CAKE U.S. No. 1 Washed Red. Large Size Washed Selected POTATOES 5Q-lb Mesh Bag 1.79 Kr ° 9Cr 13 " C " redpc ' 49*

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