The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1952 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1952
Page 17
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THURSDAY, OCT. 80, 1952 Orange Juice Dessert Item Frozen Juice Used ,: In Cake and Icing :, With so much fro/en orange 'Juice available at moderate prices, It's time to look lor dessert recipes iislng orange juice. < Julia Stevens, of Hie Minute Mafd . test kitchens, sent us a handsome. •,'prange cake the other night. ^The boys of the 'family gobbled it up— :so did the rest of us. We think your ^s-i family will be equally enthusiastic *1l Here is Miss Stevens' exclusive re. cipe: Frozen Orange Juice Cake • Two and one-quarter cups sifted t £df-ris!i;g cake flour. Hi CIIJK .granulated sugar, Vt teaspoon baking soda. ',2 cup softened shortening. 1 cup orange Juice/ 2 eggs, un: beaten, H teaspoon vanilla extract. ;'• Heat oven lo 350 degrees P. (mod;crate). Line two 9-inch layer pans :y,-ith waxed paper. Sift dry ingre- :dle.nts together Into large bowl. Drop shortening Into same tx>wl; •add ?i cup orange Juice. ; Blend to dampen and beat for 2 minutes. Arid unbeaten eggs, the :remaining orange juice and vanilla ^extract; beat for 1 minute. Pour • batter into lined pans and bake for : K to 30 minu(,efi f- or until done. Frtwen Orange Juice Icing ', . (Enoujb to fill and trout tw» : . 9-Inch laytrs) ;;.' One-third cup,butter, dash of s»lt, ii teaspoon grated lemon -rind, 4 eupa confectioners' sugar, '/& t«*s- POOB lemon • J;ilc«, S4 to H «up or&ng* Jiitcj. . Oream butter, Mend In it.1t »nd .lemon rind. Add some mig»r, blending ta well/ Add Iwnon«. Add remaining 'nigar Knd th* 'orange Julc« altern&Uljr, beating weH -after tech addition. . ^ ( y^ n*t th« amount ef ennx« Juice ^^eBisiary for consistency of fro«t- .kiff desired. Be&t frostinf until iim«oth. • - ',.: , . i . Fla hk Steak Thrifty Buy Several Ways to Use This Gut of Meat - It's good news that beef, America's favorite meat, now is conning to market in more plentiful supply. ill's good news, too, thnt there are {real buys to be found these days • In beef.. - ~ ; One wise choice In the beef lineup te flank steak, for it's an economical, no-bone meat buy. 1^ 'apel;full of flavor.'flank steak can bs prepared hi a number of inter- esUng wf.ys by varying the . season- Jr^s' and liquids used. -, Tne baste method for cooking n-->fc steak is by braising (brown- In™ in a liile hot fat, then" cooking slowly in/ liquid until tender), but .there are* other .ways of preparing .JTJ this tasty meat. A-top quaUty flank steak may even be broiled! ; Here's a recipe for A delicious Muffed flank steak (as pictured oii cue following,page). The dressing is • delect ably flavored' with onions, ' carav. r ay seed and celery salt; the stuffed steak is cooked until tender in tomato juice. Stuffed FUnk Sttak 1 flank steak En It and pepper 7 'abV-^oooji^ Jiuttsr rr m?re?.rin-:- '*.-. t'MFt ~i L T i^iy ^^,oooff\ nti'.on V4 'i-Ee-3pOOil CilfeWiy !>£ed ^A teaspoon celery salt 1 cup tomato juice Have meat man score flank steak. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Melt . fat and in it lightly cook onion. Mix with bread crumbs, caraway seed 'celery salt and salt and pepper ~to taste. Spread stuffing on unscored side of steak and roll parallel to its •length. Tie -In three or four place? with string or fasten with short metal skewers and lace with string In A skillet nr other heavy utenst brown steak In & little hot fat. Add tomato juice, cover and cook ov?r lew heat or in" a moderate oven 4^(350 F.) for i hours or until tender Ham-Banana Rolls For unusual ham-banana roll; spread slices of "boiled" ham wit! prepared mustard, then wrap around firm bananas. Place the roll* In a baiting dish and brush the tips of the bananas with bill ter or margarine. Pour a chees^, •nuce sauce over them and bake in a moderate oven for about 30 'mlr ute*. Read Courier News Classified Ads H-fl LT€RS iUQL' T Y SHOC SHOD - -- M a i M B^YTHBVTIXT. (ARK.) COTTRrRH NEWS PA GE S EVENTEEH ELECTION SALE OF ADVERTISED BRANDS The Peopled CHOICE! Cockta PRUNES KETCHUP KLEENEX OLEO Sunsweet Medium Delicious Fruit, floating in heavy syrup ib. 23' Heinz 14 OZ. Quality b btt | e Hu-Maid Table Grade 27 15 ib. 27 C Box of 200 H U RRY Contest Closes at Midnight November 4th 4th 5 IVIRY WEEK fOt 5 WKKS 25 CRWlir HOMf ••?!tf ,-\' r»F lit t riii l*i:y 1 Free food Ttear 1 far « Family of Fow.' J Winners get J1500 iri c«rlific»U. redeem- plus 100 lb, , Kroger Ten^*» t deray Beef trvo" inn n ;;p- B a < f. v ,, jj U. s. Oovt estim»tes 100 EVUT WEEK FOR S WHKS 500 CORr*,,^,. COFFEE MAKERS Makes 4, S or 8 cup« cottKc automatically. 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