The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1952 · Page 12
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BLTTJUaVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Frozen Suckers Also Healthful Treat for Young Folks Contain* . Vitamin C Supply Children need ;constant supplies of vitamin p and lemon Is one of the best sources. Use fresh, frozen or canned concentrate for lemonade — made of Californlo lemon Juice with sugar added — as the base for frozen suckers. You can combine it with other fresh or frozen fruit Juice and with milk-, In a delightful and healthful treat for your youngsters. These suckers arc easier to make than sherbet, and children love (horn. Molds nre available In grocery nhd variety stores, or you can uso your own Ice cube tray. Here are four tempting recipes. Mix the ingredients and pour Into molds; place In freezing compartment of refrigerator and freeze, Controls of refrigerator should be eet for , high or sharp freezing. When frozen, run water over mold and remove frown suckers. When molds are not available, pour the mixture into the cube tray and Insert wooden meat skewers. Lemnn Banana DelEght One can concentrate for lemonade, 1 cup mashed bananas, 115 cups milk. , Combine Ingredients In order given; pour mixture Into molds or lea cube tray and freeze. : Lemon Sherbet Pops -T One can concentrate for lemonade, 1}4 cups.water; U£ cups milk or half milk and half water. Add the water to the concentrate for lemonade; add milk, mix well, nnd fill molds with mixture. Freeze until firm., :Tli(H-FrnlH Special One can, concentrate for lemonade, 1 cup water, 1 cup mash'ed bananas, 1 cup ornnge Juice. Combine Ingredients In order given. : and pour mixture into molds and freeze. lemon-Pineapple Lollipop* One can concentrate ior lemonade, 1H cups water, 1 cup pineapple juice, If cup crushed pineapple (canned). Combine Ingredients in order given, our mixture Into molds, and freeze. New Way to Mix Sausage, Spuds For a mealtime surprise. Join sausages and potatoes In I this different \vny. Wash and bake medium sized potatoes, then make a hole through them lengthwise big enough to hold a sausage link. With the. sausage through the .potatoj'bake: it In a 425 degrees P. oven until the potato is done. Daste It frequently with (he sausage drippings. For another version, cut large baked potatoes In half lengthwise. Scoop them out and mash with a small amount, of hot mill:. Pile the potato back Into the shells and top with cooked sausages. Reheat in-a moderate oven until the potatoes are lightly browned. Rend Courier News Classified Ads Creamed Turkey on Festive Rice Is Simple 'Mix-and-Serve Disk doodness to Ihe last bile! Rice with plump green pens nnd pl- mienlps mixed with bullcr and molded into a bemitllul mound — that spells beauiy and eating satisfaction. But fn addition, Creamed Turkey on Festive Kice could be called a "mix and serve, dish 11 so simple is the preparnlion. The creamed turkey topping can be made ahead of lime nnd heated at the last minute when the meal is ready to serve. A minute to arrange on the plaltcr and a , dish with beauty and goodness is ready to serve. INGHEbiENTS FOR • CREAMED TURKEY 1 can condensed cream oi mushroom soup i cup milk 1 egg yolk • f 2 cups cooked turkey, diced INGR EDJENTS FOR FESTIVE RICE 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 4 cups cooked rice , 1 cup cooked green peas 3 tablespoons diced plmicnfo PREPARING THE FLUFFY \VH1TE RICE: PuLlcupof while rice, 1 teaspoon salt and 2 cups of cold water in a two quart saucepan. Cover with a light fitting !id. Bring to a vigorous boil. Then reduce the heal as low as possible and stenm for 11 minutes or until all the water is absorbed, leaving Ihe separate rice grains with Iheir full nutritional value. This makes very firm rice grains, (If you * prefer more lender rice grains, ncld J<j cup more water and increase Die slow cooking time -1 or 5 minutes.) Remove ihe lit!, permit the rice to steam dry to Ihe desired consistency and the grains -wili be separate and fluffy. Never stir rice; lift gently, with a fork. Keep left • over rice in a covered bowl m the refrigerator. Makes 3 genr erous cups flufty rice. METHOD: Empty the can ot soup inlo a saucepan. Add the milk. Beat In the egg yolk, add the turkey and heat, stirring constantly. Serve over a mound of the Fcslive Rice mixture. Or — for-an extra touch, mold the Fcslive Rice in a ring mold and Till the center wilh'the creamed turkey. • TO MAKE A RING: Melt'the butler in a saucepan. Add the rice, green peas, and pi/nienlo. Mix gently. Press the hot rice mixture into a greased ring mold. Unmold immediately, by gently shaking and tapping the mold to loosen the rice ring. Fill the ring wilh the creamed turkey, A rice ring'can't fail since (he rice is molded and unmold- > ?d whUc still hot and any breaks are quickly repaired. Mnkes seven servings, . Good Breakfast Is Key To Successful Dieting THURSDAY. OCT. 23, 1»W Despite reducing diets that call only for the skimpiest of breakfasts, accredited scientists ke«p Insisting that a good breakfast Is the key to any successful reducing plan, Here's how this business of eating and [educing go together. No matter what the calorie total'your reducing diet'allows, dietitians recommend dividing Ihe day's total by three. Therefore, If you are on a 1200-caIorie diet, you should eat three meats ot 400 calories each. Every meal In a reducing dleti should provide lu share of the days' food needs, and every food should be selected so thai It provides Us proportionate share of these essentials and 1 calories. This means that, starting wilh breakfast, each meal should Include foods that make a worthwhile contribution of Important vila'mlns, minerals, proteins, and food energy. That's the only way lo maintain pep and stamina, and to feel good during a reducing regime. Doctors consider overweight to be, a serious medical problem, Overweight persons on the average'die younger, and more of them.develop diabetes, cancer, heart and kidney diseases, arthritis.,other jotnl disturbances, and high blood pressure than persons of desirable «eight. Through a carefully prescjlbsd and supervised diet, you can trim the pounds. Remember, If a matter of cutting down on food, not of cutting nut foods. If one person In the family Is on a reducing diet, the homemakcr doesn't need to worry about fixing two different breakfasts. Build the family meal around a fruit, cereal, milk, bread' and butter pattern. Then, for the reducer, trim calories by omitting the,sugar used'on the ceteal, use sktm milk, and reduce the amount of buUef u.=ed. A popular main dish for the r«- duclng-dlet breakfast Is a bowl of cereal and mil):. This combination of food offers more than two dozen different versions, so the.monotony of a reducing diet Is avoided. This main dish of cereal and whole milk adds up to only 182 calories, yet It Klves top-quality protein, important B vitamins, minerals and food energy. . Meat Core Help* Insure 'against meat spoilage by storing meat properly. Fresh meat should be~unwrapped as soon as it come* from the market, then stored uncovered or loosely covered In a cold part of the refrigerator. Cooked meats should be'covered tightly and stored in the refrigerator. Canped hams as well as all cured meats should be refrigerated.' Goody Evergood'Soys: Non-FatDry Milk So/ves Leftover Problem* Non-fat dry milk Is wiy up on the list of plentiful foods thU month. A pound package will make 5 quirts or non-fit' fluid milk at a marked saving. Leftover vegetables »r« always a problem. So why not combine leftover vegetable*, non-fat dry milk and cheese Into > delicious and economical main luncheon dieh. VcieiaMe Turnover Illllni: one 14-ounce package frozen mixed vegetables or 2 cups cooked vegetables, VJ pound processed cheese, iriredded. (If frozen vegetables are used, cook according to directions on package. Drain and combine with cheese.) Turnover*: Two cups sifted flour, V, mp non-fat dry milk, 3 teaspoons baking powder. 1 teaspoon salt.-2 tablespoons chopped parsley, IS cup shortening, 2/3 cup water. ; Sift together nour, non-fat dry milk, baking powder and «alt. Mix In parsley. Cut in shortening with two knives or pastry blender. Add water. Mix until.dry Ingredients are dampened. Turn out on floured board and knead 14 minute. Roll out ! J-inch thick and cut Into eight ,5-Inch squares. Place 14 cup of filling on each square. ' . Fold to make a triangle. Moisten edges with water 'and seal by pressing edges firmly with tines' 'of fork. Prick tops. Bake In hot oven (425 degrees P.) until lightly brow-ned, about 15 to 20 minutes. Serve hot with cheese sauce. Swiss Cheese and Onion Sauce (Makes 2Jt Cups) One and one-half cups water, 3 tablespoons flour, 14 cup non-fat dry milk, « teaspoon salt, dash of nutmeg, U pound processed Swiss cheese, cut in pieces, 14 cup sliced onlora, about 2 medium- alien onlorui. Pour »ater lnt« top ef Ambit boiler, sprinkle combined flow, non-fat dry milk, MK and nutmeg over surface of water and beat with , rotary b«*t«r until Wen l, ' Cook wer h°t w»t«r, stirring contantly, until ehee** melts and sauot la thicken**/ . . Read C our ler' News ClaiiUled Ad*. Serve pure egg noodle Buy it at your grc Memphis Packing Co., Memphis, Teon. FREE! 16 Ibs. SUGAR With Purchase of Shibley's Best FLOUR BARREL $ 15 95 Govt. Graded U. S. Good Round or Loin STEAK lhonlJ 790 A Heal Treat BOLOGMA lfc $1 Mealy KECK BONES ,, ta .250 Govt. Graded U. S. Good Chuck BEEF ROAST lk 530 Blue Bird Pure ORANGE JUICE 2 ^ 190 Campfire PORK & BEANS 3 290 Yum Yum 1/1 Size VIENNA SAUSAGE 2™J90 Maine Flat Cans SARDINES ; 3 ror 250 .... 4 Ibs. 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