The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1950 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER T, 1950 BLYTHEVn.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ideas for Light Summer Suppers NowlsTime to Put Up Some CoUfornio <*•*"»>«*« Fu.it Salad Homemade Corn Relish for Use as'Pickup'Dish Later Br CECILY RROWNSTONK AuacUUd Pro, Food Editor Now la the time to put up some homemad« corn relish to store 'on your pantry shelf. It'll be a wonder- iu*|kkup later on for i humdrum mt^ delecatable with meat loaf (hot or cold), chicken (filed, broiled, or roasted), and perfect for the nteht you take things, easy and »»fv« the family hamburgers on toasted roll*, If Friday (are means Jish In your household, you'll find the following Corn Relish is good *llh both fillels and fish steaks. First preserving pointer Is' to choose vegetables that are fresh, young. UJC j O f gootl q U jijty. you'll *et better results this way. ^ Don't try to make relishes by feel" _ standard measurements really pay off here. Follow the directions In your recipe exactly. A distilled white vinegar, of a uniform acidity, makes a fine preserving medium.-A good vinegar of this kind will be crystal-clear, and It will help retain the bright garden colors of your vegetables. OE well as mellow with them to a : fine flavor. Be careful not to use jars and lids that'have nicks or cracks. And be conscientious about sterilizing when directed. Follow the directions that conic with your preserving containers. Corn Relish Iniredlents: 10 to 12 ears of com 1 cup chopped green peppers (2 medium), 1 cup chopped sweet red peppers (2 medium), 1 cup chopped sweet red pepper« (2 medium), 1!» cu^s^chopped onions, 1 cup choppea fit:. I'.i cups sugar, ' 2 table- »pT3ns prepared yellow mustard. Hi tablespoons mustard seed, 1 'Burgers Still Favorite Fare For Picnics Summer «nd early fall Is picnic time and groups of all types are busy plotting menus and fun to go with those delightful occasions. Food cooked over an open lire «lway» Menu to taste better than basket fare. In this" classification inay be found hamburger;. oi all types, steaks, chops fishburgers, green corn and other foods that lend themselves particularly well to cookery out-of-doors. For this type of picnic, careful planning is necessary. ' V Make a list of foods to be prepared and after each Item put the name of th«; person responsible for ' M(mP the same with a work iched- ule%-hlch will Include every member of the party. Everyone will hav* plenty of fun and your picnic will be a pleasurable event, not a panic. Her« are two recipes for food that *ill please the picnickers. Picnic 1 cup« corn flakes te cup milk .or water 1 pound ground be«f 114 teaspoons salt W teaspoon pepper Crush corn,flake*; combine with other ingredients, and mix well. *h«p« Into e pattie*. Grill over charcoal fire. Yield: < patties. So* Mealburttr* 1 eupj corn ioy» ihred* 14 cup w»t«r or milk 1 pound ground beef l',i teaspooru salt H teaspoon pepper '. • V cup minced onion Crush corn soya into fine crumbs; odd other ingredients and mix well. Shape Into patties and broil 7-10 ! on each side or until well tablespoon salt, 1 tablespoon celerj wed, 1 quart distilled white vln» gar, 91 cup water, !4 turmeric. Method; Boll corn for 6 minutes; dip in cold water. Cut it from cob and measure 214 quarts, place lu kettle of enamelware, aluminum, or remaining In- gently for 20 ' stainless steel. Add gredients and boil minutes, stirring often. Pack boiling into sterilized Jars. Be sue* vinegar solution covers all yeRei- ables. Fill jars to not more than 1-oinch from top. Seal for boiling water bath method. Submerge in a boiling water bath. Process fold minutes. Makes Hi pints. ' light suppers — Sunday or at each w«k days—Irult s»Udi ar« perfect eating. From California, land oJ salad eaters, come Ihese ooolitis iug^es- tloiu: Western Suiutt Siiad Cut chilled cantaloupes liUo crosswise slices about J Inches thick. Peel Hie ring« »nd place on shredded, crisp iceberg lettuce. Fill rings with a combination of melon balls and fresh summer fruits— berries .seedless grapes, apricots und peachca. Top with a "dollop" of sherbet—or a salad dreslne II you prefer. . . Banana Melon Bill Salad for one individual serving: Peel a fully ripe banana. (yellow peel flecked with brown) ond cut lengthwise Into halves. Place halves cut sides up, side by side, in center of ;alad plale. Place melon balls (cun- catoupe, honeydew or watermelon) end 'and between th'e'ba- "ana halves. Garnish with cool, crisp salad creens. Serve with may- onnrlse or cream dressing!* California Sauce (Mikes about l>f CUIM a4ucc) One tablespoon cornstarch, ii cup sugar, dash of £Hlt, 1 cup white Uble wine or white grape juice, cup water. !i cup mint-flavored ple Jelly, 1 tablespoon butter or for- tided margarine, 1 teaspoon lemon Juice, green vegetable coloring (optional). Mix c'ornhtarcl), sugar and salt in a saucepan. Combine wine or grape juice, water and Jelly; sllr gradually Inlo dry ingredient*. Cook stirring constantly, over low htat until sauce bolls; continue .cookli tor 2 or 3 minutes, or until sauce is thickened and clear. Remove from heat; stir In butter lemon juice, and a drop or two of green coloring, if desired. Chill. Blueberry Omelet Is Good Dessert Ever try t sweet omlet for des- •ert? Time you did if your family relishes good things to eat. Blueberry Omlct. (t s«rrlngi) To two egg yolks, slightly beaten, gradually bent in i; cup confectioners' sugar. Add two teaspoons grated lemon peel. Fold Into four egg whites, stiffly beaten with H teaspoon salt. Melt I'.i tcapsoons butter in a skillet, pour in the omelet mixture, cook over low heat, covered, while cooking slash across several times to permit heat to penetrate the slight bottom crust. When done but soft on the inside, creax through center with a knife. Add one cup cultivated blueberries. Carefully fold over on crease. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar. jta making dumplings to serve WHn stew, be sure to drop the dumplings by .poonfuls O n top of the piecei of m««t. plump and temder FRANKFURTERS Join th* thousand! who hov th*ir motto and wh*r* they g«t it o w*«k...than no v« been able to find i Bond—Kosher, Dill or Sour PICKLES Qt. 27c Mar lent—Colored Quarter* OLEO 1 Ib. Ctn. 28c JEU-I 3 for 23c "MET I Tall for 25c 1C* f AM»Y FLOUR JS LbJ. 1.75 IGA—Plain or Buckwheat Pancake Flour 20 ox. 14c Lof Cabin SYRUP ..12 ox. btl. 27e Pillsburr FLOUR 25 Ibs. 1.99 Pillsliury Pie Crust ,-2 BYi-oi. pkgs. 35c KA SALAD DRESSING ICA'i FLAVORFUL, LOW COST COFFEIS Sunny Morn Ib. 65c 3 Ib. 1.89 Royal Guest Coffee .... 75c IGA DeLuie Coffee Sic IGA Super Specials IGA—Red Sour Pitted—Cherry Pie or Tort Treat CHERRIES--- No.2can19c Franco-American . . For those Back to School Lunchet SPAGHETTI - 2 No. 300 tins 27c Tea Table—Long or Cut—For easy to fix lunches MACARONI or SPAGHETTI--2 12 oz pkgs. 25c Hi-C—A Refreshing, Healthful Drink Containing Vitamin C ORANGEADE-giant46oz.tin29C Dog House—Treat Your Dog to this Quality Food DOGF00D - - - 315oz. tins 21c ALWAYS PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE lor Qi«'ily-t>imm«d for V»]u«! U.S. No. 1 New Crop Russet POTATOES H 590 New Crop^-Red Delicious APPLES 2,, S 29(! Iceberg—Crisp, Solid Head LETTUCE 2 ,„ 290 Kreys Quality Chuck BEEF ROAST , b 5J0 PORK LIVER 39c Krej-'s Quality JliJk Fed VEAL CHOPS ,, 590 BACK BONES: 290 NAYS' IGA SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21st "RememUr, U Pays (o Shop PACK THIRTEEN KROGER CHALKS UP IVIRYDAY LOW PRICES ON BACK TO SCHOOL BUYS 1 PACK YOUR PANTRY WITH THESI NOURISHING POODS FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS. START THE KIDS OFF RIGHT! ICED TEA Kroger — Especially blended Shortening c£- 93c Swift's Jewel — It's Splendid! Ctieese Food 1"^ 65c Wisconsin Windsor Club. Toilet Tissue 4 ROM, 31 c Fleece Kroger Gelatin 3 ttT 5c or Pudding TOMATO JUICE 2 Stokely'fr-—Flavorful, Fragrant 45-oz. Can* rr, Preserves J JG Kroger Strawberry 1.00 Ronco—So Full of Flavor CUT BEETS N «MACARONI "SPAGHETTI 2 £r 33<f ^°" HUMKO ££. 97< The Dainty Cooking Fat. 25* MELONS LEHUCE of Distinction luscious Flavor Crisp Firm Iceberg GRAPES Sweet Red California 2 ", 29? ORANGES California Sweet Juicy Vine-Ripe F Lb. Mesh Guaranteed Sweet J B «sr HONEY DEWS PERSIANS Large Size each PEAS School Day CHERRIES Kroger-—Red Sour Pitted CAKE - 49< Vanilla Divinity Layer BREAD Kroger—New Super-Soft SPOTLIGHT '£74*. Kroger—Hot Dated Coffee RED POTATOES Washed Selected — U. S. No. 1 Washed 39< 50 X"* 1.89 1950 FARM FRESH FULL DRAWN Buy the Pieces You Like FRYERS Bacon Squares ib32c Salt Meal - - ib.29c Su 9 or Cured Stre _i, o - ,.„ Pork Sausage 39c Whiting - - •• ib. 19c President Brand Dressed VE L So Kind to Hand* *-»«. Pkff. 280 DUZ *, 28* Ivory Flakes 28< Lgc. "kg. Ajax Cleanser Polishes As It Cleans 5TA-FL.O Liquid Starch No Cooking—No Boiling Q*. 22* Spic and Span Loe. Pkg. Ivory Snow Lgc. Pkg. DREFT 280

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