The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 2, 1950
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLB (AUK.) COUIUEH NEWS Stuffed Chops Quick Change Satisfying Serving Of Pork Varied by Experienced Cooks Experienced cooks Know that pork chops'may be depended upon for satisfying serving any time. But i'or .a, tempting variation, lill plump pork chops wiih a savory bread stuffing, suggests Re b a Stags?, home economist.. Par the bread stuffing, two cups of toasted bread crumbs arc combined vrith 'i cup finely chopped onton and 1 tablespoon of chopped green pepper. The mixture is seasoned with celery salt and combined with ',£ cup milk and one slightly beaten egg- Chopped celery may be added to this stuffing if desired. Or for a complete change, ix>rk chops may be filled with a. whole kernel coin, cracker crumb and green pepper cc intimation. Fruits present even more stuffing possibilities. Sliced (art apple may be wed alone or combined with prunes. Dried apricots ami raisins are equaliy as appealitig with the flavor of pork. When chops are to be stuffed It is best to double thick rib chops. A pocket Is made in each chop by cutting from the side along the bone. Cut from this side, the edges hold together, partially closing as the chops cook. With the chops filled, they are browned on both sides, covered and either cooked In a moderate oven (U50 degrees P.) or on top of the range for about 45 minutes to 1 hour. February Dishes Feature Cherries For Gaiety, Taste February days are traditionally cherry days And it's fl month that boasts many bright winter meals, for cherries may add gaiety to desserts nud main ciLshes alike. A tragr cherry sauce is ever popular \rith ham and also a fine accompaniment for pork cliO|>s. Smoked tongue's zesty flavor is equally as appealing with a tart cherry sauce, according to Heba Staggs. home economist. Of course, cherries fit Into all . types of fane ydesserts—desserts quite simply made, yet with a definite party atmosphere about them. There Is cherry cobbler, cherry pie or an Interesting clterry upside down cake. Another dessert or party refreshment is cherry roly-poly—both colorful and quick to make. Sweetened biscuit dough is patted out flat and spread with cherries. The dough Is rolled up like a jelly roll, cut into individual sen-ings and baked with a cherry sauce. Individual cherry tarts rate ns special conversation pieces for dinner dessert or entertaining. Each tarfc may be topped iwth a clever pastry design—drum, hatchet, flag, logv hearts-all In keeping with Febnmry days. For breakfast, coffee cake, clearly revealing bright red cherries, Is popular during this season. It Is the custom of the natives of eastern Nepal, Asia, to sing for wives. Give Varied Flavor to Oat-meal To Keep Youngsters Interested r^-i^t. {,**" "\ SURPRISE FLAVOR—Good, hot ctreal Is Important to a chJW« health. Vary the breakfast oatmeal to get youn«st*rs (nl«re*ied. A good breakfast is vitally Im- portnnL if) a child's health. If your child Just Isn't interested in caffng a normal brpnkfasl of fruit, cereal, brand and butter or fortified margarine, and milk, don't ring. Instead, try milking the morning cereal more inlcrf.sMng, We asked the diet if inns Ft( two Chicago orphanages to experiment for us on how to get youngsters to cut better in the morning, m ea 1 \vn s clios en for t he ex per J merit because of its high protein value, vitamin Bl ami iron and its cost economy. They report that within two works most of the poor caters were asking for seconds. The dietitians make these suggestions: Prepare the breakfast ont- meal the way (he children like it best. For flaky oatmeal, have the water boiling before adding tho rolled onls. then coDk two to five mimstp.s. stirring occn.sEonnlly, Turn off the heal nnd let stand for five minutes. Creamy oatmeal can he prepared quickly without long cooking -by adding the rolled outs to'cold wa- tci, then bring tfl a boll nnd cook as usual. Don't forget the salt, — it brings out the best flavor. Vary this cereal. Variations: T. Serve brown sugar OK the .sweetening. Children love the butterscotch flavor, 2. Number one favorite at the orphanage was Raisin Spice Oatmeal. Stir 1 teaspoon ciu- /i3moil, *\ tea-spoon nutmeg and ',£ cup raisins into the boiling salted water before adding the cereal und cooking as usual. The raisins add iron and calcium. . 3. Dried fruits also nml flavor. FoUl \ ; * cup chopped dates o.- chopped prunes into (our servings of the cooked oatmeal Just before bringing it to the table. 4. Serve ,-in cggnog topping instead of the usual milk or cream. Combine 1 beaten egg. 2 tenrpnf>_i.<j sugar, I cup lop milk and 'i lea- spoon vBnUla and serve it over hot cereal. 5. Chocolate bits are a party brenkfast treat when served with oatmeal. Fold them in just before serving or sprinkle them over the lop of each dish. Remember the child's capacity for food. Serve small portions and let them come back for more. Too larg^ a portion i.s discouraging to anyone, and particularly to youngsters Pork, Apple Curry Uses Foods Listed in Good Supply An easy-to-make version of nil exotic dish Ls pork and apple curry. It's a gourmet's delight nnd timely, too, .since pork i.s in such good supply at the present time. J'ork and Apiilir Curr}1 pound tticed lean pork 2 medium sized tnrt apples "i ci;p chopped onions 2 tablespoons (lour 1 teaspoon curry powder >'i fcittpoon ground ginger 2 cups bouillon 2 teaspoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon salt 7 or 8 ounces eijg noodles Brown pork cubes in n little hoi fat. Wash, pare and finely dice apples. Acid with onions In pork and fry until onion is tender.'combine flour, curry powder, and ginger. Add to pork mixture. Remove from heat; stir in bouillon and lemon juice. Season \vith salt, cover, and simmer 35 minutes. Cook noodles in boiling sailed water and serve curried pork on hoi noodles. llant Slice Novelty Down where the (rode winds piny, you'll find the origin of this delicious recipe for a quick-baked ham slice. Plump bananas and shrcrirled coconut, blend wllli the Ilnvor ot tangy liain to give a very special tasting dish. South Sea Island Hant I slice reaciy-to-eat ham, »; ineli thick 1 banana 'i cup brown sugar Vi cup oceonut 3 tablespoons vinegar 2 teaspoons butter or margarine Place haiu in a baking dish. Cul banana lengthwise and then in half. Arrange -banana seel ions on top of ham andli'prinkle with brown sugar, coconut, vinegar; dot with bib of butter or margarine. Bake in n NICKEL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY'2, 1950 Auzzio Henry | Grocery ? Manager 309 North 6th Hiway 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickels In Your Pocket At These Prices Fresh Home-Killed I1ESSEOSIEHS....U, 35 C Whole or half, Tender smoked SUOAR CORED HAMS,, 49 Fresh-killed hog PORK SAUSAGE .... Lb . 35 C Fresh, Ivan Tender PORK SHOILDEeS ,, 32 1 ' Fresh, all meat L1 , Hest grade, rind-on SLICED BACON It) 35 Smoked Sugar-Cured HOG JOWL BACON u, W Tender Kansas City Kcef 1«B STEAKS ,„ 49 C Good Quality Kansas City HEEF ROAST Ib 49° Alvle's TABLE SflLT .. 3 ,« ra Large flesh COUNTRY EGGS .. no ,35 c Domino I'ure GANE SUGAR 10 llls 89' Our everyday price Valentine's 'Heart'iness Merits Meal Valentine's Day merits a very special meal—one for all the family or i>cth:i|>.i n get-together for the younger rncinbcrs of the family. Naturally, hearts will be the theme of the dinner, and why u«l carry tills theme inrotighmit the entire meal, Home Economist licta Hingis suggests the miiin course be planned nroimd clever heart slmpi'd meal loaves. Filled w lth l;ir)«>' stuffing, they will be nil tile mure inoticrate oven (350 degrees !•'.! fur 20 minutes. interesting. To prepare the loaves, roll or pat seasoned ground beef to a thickness of Vi inch, use a heart- shaped cookie cultci- as an otidme to follow In shaping the ground meat. Top half the patites with a mild cheese or a bread stuffing, ['lace a second patty over the filling, then IU-P.SS Die ciltteit together firmly to seal the stuffing Inside. For cooking, place the stuffed Valentine loaves on ? rack in an open roasting pan. Let them cook in 300 degrees p. for 40 to 50 minutes, or until done. With the pattjes include aspara- gas tips and a tomato aspic .salad molded in heart shaped pans. Also a tray of assorted crinp relishes anrf hot biscuits—which may he heart shaped. Cherry upside down cake will he an attractive climax to the Valentino dinner, or perhaps a red and white marble cake frosted with Huffy white icing, cinnamon candies may be used to form a big red heart on lop of the cake. Serve the cake with pcpeeiminl Ice cream. It Legal For years, film studios have avoided putting the complete wedding ceremony into a movie, an old tradition being Itiat It might constitute a real marriage. Tall Cans 35 e Hud Golden SYROP 5,,'i 39 C Nn. 2 can Mod's APPLE SJUJCE 5 for 49 c With coupon, larf;c hox OXYDOI-, DUZouTIDE 2 rur 34 c U. S. No. ] Red POTATOES .... 10,^82- Texas Green CABBAGE ,,, 3 C Fresh tris)> eARBOTS 2w. 15', crisp, juicy CELERY .; 2,, d ,« ir Every Slice •eaos taste delight WHEN YOU COMPARE ' Comstock Brand, for pics, APPLES .:....*. Chum Brand SALMON ••..*« iieil Brand SLICED BACON n «% *& Ib. 320 Ecunomic;il FRESH WHITING lb.15* Compare This Price! CALF LIVER Ib. 980 Sd-eak 0' Lean SALT MEAT Ib. Pure Whole Hog PORK SAUSAGE CUT-UP FRYERS iVow You Can Choose lite Pieces Yoii Like. All Heady for Ihe Frying Pan. Country Gentleman ARGOCORN """* con BISCUITS 2 cans 25( , Green Giant PEAS .No. 303 can 18 Assorted Mayors JELLO 3 The Pause That Refreshes COCA:COLA case. 75 Del Maize CORN 2 No. 303 cans.. 29 Washing Powder Special, While it lasts! NYLEEN N4UC SUICTID Vt GAOCE* f When painting a sf;iir»;iy, paint every other step; wliPti the first stt of steps art, dry, ]ii)inl t li e ullicrs. FOR fterrcn Crisp, large bunches FRESH 2 ,,. 5 Famous Ideal DOG FOOD 3 tall cans 270 Wesson Oil pt27c qs.Sk All F;iminis Flavors GUM Domino SUGAR 10 Ib. Bag 890 Florida Hlenched FRESH CELEIY .. s ,., te 17 Fresh, crisp POLE BEAIS r.t). 19 l''irni, fresh Icclicrj; LETTUCE Karge Meads Sweet, Juicy RED GRAPES 25 Fun-flav J' Ull-l I<1\ <(JC'C1 ^—^ »•• YELLOW SQUASH 2 „„ 25 Famous Chase & Sanborn COFFEE Lb. Can 69 Liberty Cash Grocery's $S?^SiiSPt aSru^rr^sssLS™? thousand Island Dre«.&tng p "f ••>" ingrcdrcnu into jar. Sh<0ct well. Cover nnd keep in refrigerator w on green or »<:getabl« »al.icb. ntea 1 cnp. Vorr Will IY«W.- PET MILK 3 cans 35^ CHILI SAUCE „,, 29 LEMONS dw .58' SALADCIL O r;,27

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