The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Thursday, January 26, 1950
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THUBSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1950 BLYTREVTLLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN American Inn Has Home Dishes Cranberry Muff ings, Crunch or Parfait At White Turkey '.nn Many American Inris from const to coast feature dishes every home can use, too. Briefly, here are a few examples, each featuring cranbcr- . ties, now oil the list of abundant foods. • From tlie White Turkey Inn at Danbury, Coim.i Cranberry Muffins , IM.ikes 12 Muffins! # ne-quarier cup shortening, 1|1 sugar, 2 eggs, well beaten, 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour, 5 teaspoons baking powder, 1 _tea-poon salt, 23 cup milk, 1 clip whole cranberry ssuce (drained). Cream together shortening and sugar. Stir in well-beaten eggs. Silt flour, baking powder and salt together. Add sifted dry ingredients to shortening-sugar mixture nHcr- nately with milk. Jiiemi thoroughly. Fill greased muffin tins 13 full, making a hole in center of the balier. Put In 1 icaspoonful of cranberry, then I ill tins until 23 full Bake in hot oven (400 dc't'rcw P.) for about 3o minule-5. Serve hot. From stone's Restaurant, Mnr- shalllown. Iowa: Cranberry Crunch (Serves 6-8) One cup uncooked rolleil oats, 1;I cup flour, 1 cup brown sugar, K2 CU[) butter, 1 can cranberry sauce Rich and Smooth Brown Velvet Pies Give Family Something to Rave About '""**% 4 MEI/TS IN 'YOUR MOUTH—Kick anil smooth, Bits Brown Velvet *"- '* some*Mn« that the entire family will shout about. It's rich, it's smooth and U mclis ^ chopprcl pecans cr walnuts. Con in yo'Jr mrjutli, this marvelous new chocolate pie. So let's sit right down and get first-hand instnic- •irms. Bits Brown Velvet I'ie (flakes deep 9-iiirh pi?) Piislry Shell: Mes-Mire 151- cups fat. (jellied or whole). Mix oats, (lour and blown snj-.vr Cut in butter until cnunbly. Plao half of this mixture in an 8x8 inch greased baking dish. Cove with cranberry sauce, 'fop with bal ance of mixture. Bake 45 minutest 350 degrees P. Serve hot ii squares topped with scoops of van- ' ^ b j' e ^ ilia ice cream. From the Victor Hugo Inn, Lamina Beach, Calif.: Cranberry Parfait In a parfait glass, place a spoonful of whole cranberry sauce. On that place a scoop of vanilla earn or lemon sherbet. Then add a layei of whole cranberry sauce—and more ice cream. Top with a cranberry. packaged .pastry amount of homemade pastry mix, or same before liquid Is added. Blnirt Into livy mix \'j cup finely ground, or meat and vegetables. Slir in gravy nnd season to taste. Pour imo a ereascd enameled casserole; lop \viih bread cubes browned in butler. Bake in moderate oven ^0 degrees F. for about 30 minutes, servings. Um:e as for |>lvun pastry. Roll 01 and .shape pastry shell with higl fluted, or built-up rim. Prick thor ous-hly. Hake in hot oven (450 degrees P.) about 12 lo 15 minutes, Cool completely before filling. With n Rightist' Ar* Balder PARIS-</vi—Rightist politicians re more Inclined to baldness than hose of the left, according to Mon- ietir Jules, official barber of the iench National Assembly. Jules, s-ho reckons he has cut the hair of bout 35 per cent of the dcpvitic.s .wing the year, says that the old Chamber of the Third Republic howed about 20 per cent lew; baltf- than the present National Assembly of the Fourth Republic. Cook, stirring constantly, until hickeiied and smooth; remove from :ieat; add softened gelatin; stir un- .H nissolved. Cool mixture complete- y. Add \'i cup undiluted evaporated milk, \'i teaspoon vanilla. Chill until mixture Is thickened and almost ready to set, Fold 'n 3 eRg whites, beaten sl. but not dry. Wend lightly but thoroughly. Pour into colled nut- imuy shell; chill until firm. Flute wit h a band of chilled whippet cream just for extra delectation. cookie cutter, cut stars of leftover pastry for (frcorntiuns. Bits Brown Velvet Filling Let stand about 5 minutes to soften: one tablespoon nnflavorcd gelatin, \\ cup cold water. Combine together in lop 01 double bollei over hot water: three egg yolks, 1[3 cup sugar, 1 cup milk, \'* tei.vpoon salt, 1 package (V cvip) chocolate bits. PURE PORK SAUSAGE Is seasoied' JUST RIGHT! Enjoy ftii flavor-rich goodness for breakfast, lunch or (upper. •% !l Meat Pie Thrift Relished for Taste, Saving \\ is sometimes difficult to figure a way to ii.se small bits of leftover roast meat to make just one more,! meal. A steaming meat pie is one of the very best dishes because It USES i:ot only the meat, but also potatoes and vegetables -that "arc frequently left over aiong with the meat. What's more, the recipe listed below tiFc.s the rest of the ' gravy and any dry bread that happens to be in the breadbox. A thrifty dish- Indeed! Actually this snpatite-provoking recipe tastes like an entirely "new" dish. It has n crunchy topning "*j^,ph gives It an attractive appcar- ^P« and an Interesting texture. Bake the meat pie In one of those handy porcelain enameled piuMlng pans for perfect browning and easier dishwashing. Should any of the meat pie be left,, just store It right In the enameled baking pan. Then reheat for a quick next day's lunch. Crunch-Top Meat Pie 2 tablespoons fat 1 - f CUP diced celery *i cup chopped onion 2 cups cubed leftover beef ronst 1 cup cubed cooked potatoes 1 cup slictd cooker! carrots 1 cup cooked or nnned peas 2 cups gravy " 3 slices dry bread, cut Into small squares Brown cctery anrt onion In hot Qriesediec FLA S H! • V/eek End Food Specials At Freeman-Henley's • Fresh Delicious " ' DRESSED HEHS - -» 39c Worrell's All Rite SLICED BACON - -» 29c Wilson Savory Brand COLORED OLEO - - » 29c The Dainty Cooking Fat Delia Civil) Green & White LiMABEANS , Bush's Whole GREEN BEANS *,<„. ^ ^ Ha by Cul GREEN BEANS Rush's Delicious HOMINY can, only Sun Maid Juicy RAISINS lorra. pkjr. Mother's Best Fine 10 T b lUifeg Stewart's Vapor Shell 13 LARGE PECANS 29 iMorrell's 19 e POTTED MEAT 2 m 15 s FLOUR ir MEAT SPECIALS Fresh, fliivorsome 5 PORK LIVER ,„ 29 C Kresh 19 C PORK BRAINS ,„ 15 C 2 lo ;!-])>. Average 89° BACON SQUARES H, 15 Our fine selection of fresh vegetables includes Green Beans, Yellow Squash, Green Onions, Radishes, Spinach, and many others. For those special meals choose from our complete slock of famous Frozen Foods.. .Bird's Eye and Slokely's Honor Brand. ., H 1—t. «, Kb. • PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE FREEMAN-HENLEY GROCERY & MARKET West Moin, Across from the Mo* Theater IXtt BETTER FOR LESS WITH KROGER'S . ,, Old Fashioned Kroger everyday low prices assure you beller value in finest meats. What's more, the Krogcr-Cut gives you more ni«al for your money. Kroger removes excess Iwne and waste l>efor« the meat is weighed and priced. You get more incut—less bone, 'less waste. Get all your moats at Kroger and Live Better for Less. MORE MEAT! LESS BOriE! LESS WASTE! KROGER CUT BEEF Copyright 1?<9, the Krogw Co. MHV^BMI*' 1 Frosty Morn Tender Smoked HAMS When you buy Kroger-Cut Beef you enjoy the finest grades of grain-fattened beef—tender a"nd juicy and full of rich red-beef flavor. And... you get more meat for your money. The Kroger .method of cutting beef removes excess bone and waste before the meat is weighed, and priced. That's why you get more meat—less bone, less waste. SiRLOSN STEAK - - - Ib. U.S. graded good or choice. CHtfCK ROAST ;.;. 1A . 49 C U. S. O!iilcd C.ood or Choice BRISKET 0'BEEF u 29 C U. S. Graded Good or Choice GROUFIDBEEF L1) 49 C Fresh Dailv DRESSED WHSTING u , 15 C 12 to 16-lb. average Butt Half Shank Half 49 C 39 C S FREE! One Pint Bottle Humko Cooking Oil -when you Purchase one 3-ib. can HUMXO Ilonsl a whole one al fliis Kroger low price. Or liny a half, gc( heller value al yuur Kroger Store—No center slices removed. PORK CHOPS - - - Ib. 35< Lean, Meaty — end cuts. SLICED BACON Tb 39 C Corn King SALT MEAT Lb 19 C Streak O' Lean PUREIARD ^ 5 6 7y Pure Finn While KROGER Bread 2 Small size white loaf. Ib. Loaves e^ S N r 21/2 1 -vi J Cans | Sliced or I'iaives. TOMATOES Good quality. 32-oz. Size 3-lb. Bag 2-lb. Bag Cream Style V/!;ire. Bakina Powder Clabber Girl double acting. RICE Short grain, Dry Besns Great Northern. SOUP 2 Campbell's Tomato. PRUNES Medium Evaporated. Pure Lard Pure firm white. EGGS Kroger, U.S. gov't. grade "A" large. 10< 25 Save up to 90c on 3 pounds. Kroger Spotlight. Angel food Cake Kroger 13-cgg recipe. Macaroni RONCO. MEAL Cream White Corn. FLOUR 3-lb. Bag 1.71 Large Size or 2 1-lb. SPAGHETTI Pkgs. 25-lb. Bag 25-lb. Bag Avondale Plain or Self-Rising. PRESERVES 3 Cans 21* Kroger Pure fruit Strawberry. 12-oz. Jars 1.59 1.00 SYRUP No. 5 Size Rod label Karo. 1-lb. Pkg. 4-lb. Ctn. Ctn. Doz. ORANGES CRACKERS Kroger extra thin, Hi-Ho Crackers i-ib. Box Kroger extra thin, extra crisp. Lgc. Pkg. Sunshine crispy fresh. 5 Juicy Sweet Florida Lb. Mesh 5 lb. Mesh ••I Bag 39* GRAPEFRUIT Top quality Texas sweet Seedless. CABBAGE Fresh new green Texas. POTATOES-•' 10 ATS, 39< Washed Selected Red Potatoes. 50-lb. bag 1.79 50-lb. Mesh Bag 1.49 FREE PARKING ON KROGER'S NEW LOT \

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