The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1950 · Page 13
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PAGE iHlkl Special Desserts foilureProof Pie Shell Made With Crackers Fo Be Collected Banana Caribbean, Linzer Torte Among The Most Famous The early spring season calls for special party desserts. So lei's begin ,to collect a few. dfenana Caribbean is a spcctacu- liff^ffair; despite its ease ot preparation, James Beard, author of "The Fireside Ccok Book," recommends It to tills columnist. Here's his recipe: ' ' Use large, perfect bananas—one to a person, split, sktn'lengthwise with sharp knife. Carefully pull it a'.vay from the banana so that the skin remains ill one piece Roll banana ill grated coconut. Arrange skins on plates. Now fill the skim with a laeyr of vanilla ice cream. Cut bananas in thick slices and arrange them OH Hie ice crenin. sticking each J.lice upright into (he cream. Sprinkle with Hilctitionn) co- conuL and serve. Here's a very simple fruit dessert excellent after n heavy dinner, with Mr Beard's recipe: Silted Apples Ripe Juicy apples willi a crisn , texture are delicious when pcclw) cl ' umus - su-jnr. cinnamon and [>ut- and thinly sliced and served with' l? r: ble " d wcl1 - prcss fimll - v °" to sugar and heavy cream i Bottom of a greased '9 inch pic If you are in a romantic m»<xl tol |)latc st ' lll<l »'l»'l<-' conkits around " "-- •-- • --- ' sides of pie plate. Chill in refrigerator at least one hour before filling. If desired, use a vanilla cream or coconut chiffon filling. Walnut Graham I'i* Shell (Makes ime <J r ineli pit shell) One cup crushed sugar-hcmey graham crackers, >i c up finely Many readers havs asked for recipes lor pie shells made from crackers and cookies. Here are three, each failure-proof and time-saving: Each includes a suggestion for the pie filling. However, most gelatin or cooked cream fillings go well with aiiv el the cracker and cookie pie shells. VaniJa Wafer fit Shell l.W;ike one S-iwh pic shell) One and one-half cups vanilla wafer- crumbs,''/, cup sugar, 1 tablespoon, grated lemon rind, 1>3 cup butter or fortified margarine, melted. Combine vanilla wafer crumbs, sugar, lemon rind and butter; blend well. Press firmly onto bottom and sides nf a greased 9-Inch pic pliitc Chill for one to two hours before filling, if desired, use a. lemon or pineapple chiffon -filling. ': Ctlncaliilc Hugfft Pie Shell (Makes one 0-lnclr pie shell) Eighteen crushed chocolate nnfl- yet cookies. 2 tablespoons susar, \-~ teaspoon cinnamon. 2 Uible- spoons meltcrt butter or fortified iivirstirlnc. 18 whole chocolate nugget cookies. Combine chocolate nugget cookie crumbs, sii'-nr. cinnamon and but- 'HM margarine, melted. Combine graham cracker crumbs, iro'und walnuts, sugar and melted miter; blend well. Press firmly over wttoiu and sides of a greased 9- nch ]>le plate. Bake in « moderate oven (325 degrees p.) about 10 ninutes. Cool bctore IIUIIIK. If desired, use a banana prcain or a coffee chiffon billing. waltz time, lie suggests this „..„.„. Tortc, reminiscent of old Vienna and the Blue Danube. LJn/LT '1'iirle One cup butter, •>. cups sifted flour. 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1 generous cup powdered sugar. 1 cup ground almonds, 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, lit t mis. 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, s""""" tiacKers, ••• cup unciy teaspoon allspice, 1 teaspoon i gl ' oull<i wulnuls. 2 tablespoons sui, 1-2 lemon, 3 egg yolks. | sar ' 7 tablespoons butter or for- , Knead together butler, llonr, . powdered sugar, almonds, cinnamon, allspice, cccua, the juice and grcted rind of 1-2 lemon and ccg yolks. When thoroughly blended, chill. Then roli 2-3 of^the dough 1-4 Inch thick and line a spring form, giving it a 2ood edge. Spread thp dough generously with raspberry jam. Roll remaining dough into strips 1-4 inch xvide and place cri^s-cross over jam. Then place one wide strip around cake edge. Paint dougli with egg white .slightly beaten. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees P.) 45 to 55 ! minute.?. When cool, fill squares formed by the lattice with more jam and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Julius Caesar adapter! the Julian calendar which Is the basis for the current 'Gregorian calendar from Egypt's calendar. BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Firm's Founder Dies ST. JOSEPH,- Mo., Feb. 15_(/i>)_ Henry Hes« ;; 79, former president of the Hesse-Rix company, died 5'cslerduy. He suffered a stroke Saturday night as he was returning liotne from the Garden of Allah ball of the Shrine. Until his retirement he had been active In business here for more than 50 years. Sea slujrs brought »1.000 a ton a Canton, China, before the war, says the National Geographic Society. wllcul (s aUai , ked bj , 77 djscase THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1«, 1950 i\S«vro.»« Smoked lieef Tongue »vilh Snopp ciiid I JUKI Beons SNAPPY SAUCE (Yi.id : Yi lemon 1 tables|x>ons seedless raisins ] /4 cup brown sugar -Vt cup hot water 2 tablespoons vinegar Crush gjngersnaps. Cut lemon in thin slices. Mix all ingredients together. Bring lo a boil and simmer 15 minutes o : r until lemon slices are transparent. Slir frequently. Serve oo tongue. Get Mayrose SMOKED TONGUE ST. lOUtS INDEKNKNT PACKING COMPANT SI. LOUII, Mo. LUTTRELL'Sp^gs Just Phone 2011 or 2012 WE DELIVER At the Corner of 6th & Chickasawba HUNTS PEACHES Fresh Ground LA ROM A COFFEE 69 I'ure fresh LARD A, Slitndard packed f TOMATOES No. 2 . 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