The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 2, 1950
Page 13
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1950 School Scholars Have Appetites Pre-cooked Foods Give Protein, Help Health Insurance Lusty young school scholars have roaring appetites. Peed 'em up. .That's hpaUh Insurance. 4l But don't wear yourself out doing i(. It Isn't necessary today. Use some o[ the new pre-cokeod foods in your hearty main dishes along with those all-Important protein foods such a.s fowl (now so plentiful), chce-e, meat, fish ar.d eggs. Thicken and Rice (Makes 5 lo G servings) Two lablesiioons butter, 1-2 cup sliced mushrooms, fresh or canr.ud, or 1-2 cup Ihinly sliced green pepper, 1-4 cup chopped onion, 1 1-2 cups (1 pai'kagc) pre-cooked rice, 2 1-2 cups chicken broth, 1 tea-spoon salt, dash of pepper, 1 1-2 cups diced cooked chicken, 1-4 tea-spoon Worcestershire sauce, 1-2 cup grated cheese (optional). Melt butter in skillet Add mushrooms or green pepper and brown ii»t-tly for 2 minutes, then ;uid onion and continue conking unti! onion is polclcn brown. Add pre-cooked lice, chicken broth, salt and pepper. Cover and simmer gently 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add rhieXcii and Worcestershire souce. Reheat and -serve at once, topped with prated cheese. Note: If desired. 1-2 cup liflit cream may be added with the chicken. Baked Hire Stuffed Tomatoes (Makes G servings) Six firm ripe tomatoes. 2 tablespoons hiittei, 1-2 cuo dic<?d celery, 1-4 cup diced green pepper, 2 tn- Jjlespoons chopped onion, 3-4 cup 40-2 package) pre-cooked rice, 1 .cup water, grated choose. 3-4 lea- sp<xm salt, dash of pcujJcr, Remove seeds and pulp from stem end of tomatoes, leaving shells about 1-2-inch thick; reserve pulp. Sprinkle inside of tomatoes with salt and invert for 10 minutes to drain. Melt butter in saucepan, add celery, preen pepper and iwiioii and cook until tender, but not browned. Acid pve-cooked rice, wnter, salt and pepper Bring lo .1 full boil. Remove from heal .cover, and let stand 10 minutes. Add reserved to- nioto pulp and blend. Pill tomato shells with the mixture. Sprinkle liberally with grated cheese. Place in shallow baking d!.;h and bake in moderate oven (375 degrees F.I 2.S minutes, or until tomatoes arc tender. Serve with cheese sauce, i[ desired. The arithmetical sign of equality was devised in 1537 by Robert Recorde, who said: "Noc two thynges can be more cqunlle than c —'- of parallel lines of " " BIYTHEVI1.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ambrosia Dish Packs Vitamin C; Fruit Desserts, Salads Needed AMBROSIA DESSB*T-T»n«Tiii e and srapefruil sections with shredded eoeonul make a perfect Ambrosia for those winter menus. Fruit dcsscrLs and salads are Im- , til dissolved. 'Arftl lemon juice ami iwrtant in wmter menus. Lei's try I mis thoroughly Chill mixture unlil cousi.sicncy ot unbeaten cxg whiles a few. An ambrosia dessert, mode of tangerines and grapefruit sections liberally sprinkled with shredded coconut, Ls ideal after a heavy meal. Packs a lot of essential vitamin C, too. For your next buffdt supper, try twin fruit and vegetable molds. Place them on the same serving plate and let oy-ur guests take what they like. Fruit and Vegetable Twin Mnlds (8 servings ftlr each mnlil) Fresh Lemon Celatin Base: Four envelopes unflnvored gelatin, 2 cups cold water. 4 cups hot water, 1 cup su£nr, 2 teaspoons suit, 1 cup lemon juice. Soften gelatin in cold water. Add hot water, sugar and salt; stir un- Divide mixture equally In two parks. Fruit Salad: To. one part of the mixture add 2 cups cut grapefruit secious, well-drained, 1-4 cup sliced maraschino cherries and 1-2 cup diced celery. Vegetable Salad: To second part of the mixture add 2 cups finely shredded ctibbagc, 1-2 cup diced celery, 1-4 cup minced green pepper and i-i cup chopped pimie'ito. Turn each mixture into a 3 x 3 1-2 x 8 1-2-inch !oaf pan and chill until firm. Unrnold both on a large platter. Garnish the fruit salad Don't jysf Salt Truman Gets Lawyer —For $20,000 Yearly WASHINGTON, "&. 2. (AD _ President Truman changed lawyers i'Mtcrday. Charles S Murpliy, 40-year-old North Carolinian, was sworn In as $20,000-ii-ycnr special counsel to the President. Justice Tom Clark of. the siipmnc court admlni-stcred the oath hi Mr. 'lYuman's ofllce. Clark M. Clifford, 43, who resigned the post to enter private practice in Washington, looked on. Cabinet and Congress members. White House employes. Mrs. Murphy uml beaming nine-yeur-old Wcsibruok Murpliy, one of the three Murphy children, also were on hand. Murphy's home Is at Wallace, N.C. He has been serving ES a flS,- 000 administrative assistant to th« President. Elusive Loot SAN BERNARDINO. Calif., Feb. 2. (AP)—Sheriff Jim Slacker reports the height of futility: 8-mebody stole 50 homing pigeons from lofts near nere. But all. came back. with Krapcfiull s.ectious mid halves of inni-nscliino cherries, aiirt the vc.'tcf.'We .salad wilh Eileen olives. If you like lemon gelatin with fresh fruit, try this basic recipe. 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