The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 2, 1950
Page 11
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1950 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Garlic, Nutmeg Improve Lamb Economical Wives Use Leftover Bits In Different Ways noast leg of lamb for Sunday! Bonderful idea, though not on the oiylly economical side unless every leftover bit is used in delicious ways on the following days. Now here's a hint—use garlic arid nutmeg to season the roast. Cut a small clove of garlic into slivers. Insert sharp knife deep into lamb ill about 4 places. Withdraw knife and push sliver of garlic deep into the knife cut. Next, season lamb wilh salt and pepper. Give it a shake or two of nutmeg—no more That's a. trick the French use for delicious results. , To roast: Place roast, tat side up on a rack in an open pan. Use no water. Bake In a stow oven (325 degrees P) according to cooking schedule below. If a meat thermometer is used, roast to 175 degrees P internal, temperature for medium dcncness, or'to 182 degrees P. in tcrnal temperature for well-don roast. If yon have a three to five pound roast, keep it in the oven 35 minutes per pound for medium doneness (40 minutes for well-done roast). For ft six to eight pounder, roast 30 minutes per pound for medium doeness and 35 minutes if you like it browner. Lamb shoulder chops can be turned into a savory dish: Savory Iviiiiib Shoulder Chops (1 servings) Pour shoulder chops (cut 1-2- inch thick), 1 teaspoon salt, 1-4 tea- Frankfurthers MakeTempting Monday Dish B>- Gaynor Madflox NEA Staff Writer Franks are easy on busy Monday Bui how about serving them with a little nourish for a change? , Sour Cream Frankfurters (Serves 3-4) Six frankfurters, 2 tablespoons fat, 2 teaspoons flour, 3 tablespoons catsup, 1 cup cohimercial sour ream, >,i teaspoon salt. Cut franks In half-inch pieces and brown in hot fat. Stir io flour. Add catsup, sour cream and salt and heat through but do not boll. Here's quite an impressive dinner for* Monday, especially If there are extra guests: Frankfurters With Chill (12 generous servings) One cup thinly sliced onion. 3 tablespoons fat, 1 No. 2 can tomatoes, 1 can kidney beans, 3 tablespoons chilt powder. 2 teaspoons sugar, dash cayenne. 2 tablespoons bacon fat, 1 pound ground beef, '/> teaspoon salt, V, teaspoon pepper. 4 garlic cloves. 24 frankfurters, 'M frankfurter rolls. Saute onion in fat until soft but . not brown. Add tomatoes, beans, [ chili powder, sugar, salt, uepper and cayenne. Peel garlic cloves, add. Budgeting Means Lots of Planning; Study of Markets By Gaynor Maildox • NEA Staff Writer Well-planned budget menus have lots of good eating posibllitics. To prove it, take a glan'.-e at the following, designed and tested by lead- Ing market and nutrition experts of a great eastern city. Party Dinner: Chicken noodle soup, celery culls, yellow turnip sticks, roast loin of pork, browi gravy, kale, baked sweet potatoes and apples, head lettuce salari French ju-esisng, rolls, butter or for tlfied margarine, gingerbread pine apple upside down cake with hard sauce, oranges, raisins, coffee, milk Dinner: Kidney stew with vegetables, ?Iarvard beets, esoarole with Russian dressing, bread, butter or fortified . margarine, baked penrs, coffee, milk. Dinner: Beef chuck pot roast, baked sweets, steamed snap beans, sliced tomatoes, bread, butter or fortified margarine, applesauce crisp, coffee, milk. : Dinner: Veal scallopini with noodles, buttered beets ,escarole and cucumber salad, bread, butter or fortified margarln, toasted orange clous-limits, coffee, milk. Dinner: Cream of asparagus oup, tongue shepherd's salad, chef's alad with cheese, bread, butter or fortified margarine, white cake vllh sugar topping, coffee, milk. Dinner: Creamed codfish on nashcd iwtnloes, peas, cole slaw, bread, butter or fortified margarine, pineapple - coffee tapioca, coffee, milk. This steamed pudding, using plentiful dairy foods, butter and evap orated milk, Is packed with food value for your budget menu: Stearaeit Walnut l>a<e Pudding (Serves 8) One-qarter cup nutter, 1 eup brown sugar, 1 egg, 1-4 tenspoon lemon extract, 1 1-4 cups all-purpose flour, sifted, 3 tonspooa", baking powder (double acting), 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2-3 cup (1 small can) evaporated milk, 1-4 cup water, 1 cup chopped dates, 1 cup chopped walnuts. Cream butter, slowly stir In brown sugar; beat until smooth. Add egg and lemon extract; beat until liGhl Sift dry ingredients together. Ad( to the butter mixture alternately with milk and water. Fold In date, ami nuts. Pour butter Into a buttered I-quart pudding mold. Cover tightly and steam for 2 hours, Serve ; hot with whipped cream or bulk ice cream. PLENTY 01 FREE Parking YES. DEPEIB OH IM TO BRING YOU THE spoon black pepper. 1-2 teaspoon garlic salt, 1 teaspoon paprika, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 2 tablespoons water. Brown lamb chops thoroughly on both sides in heavy skillet. Combine remaining ingredients. Pour over chops. Turn chops. Cover. Simmer 25 to 30 minutes, turning once during cooking. Add more water if necessary. Serve very hot. Available Simmer 30 to 40 minutes, or until thickened. Meanwhile, saute loose ground hcef in bacon fat. stirring occasionally. Add cooked meat to simmered sai'ce. Remove garlic cloves. Heat frankfurters and toast split frankfurter rolls. ' Pour chili over frankfurter in oils, or, if you prefer, serve the chili in bowls and the frankfurters on the side. New Fertilizer Plant CHICAGO, Mar. 2. (IT)— The International Minerals and Chemical Corporation's fertilizer plant at Toxavkann, Ark., destroyed by fire I'Vb. 23, will be reconstructed. This has been announced by Maurice H. r vcckwood, vice president in charge of the company's plant food division. The total damage hasn't yet boon determined, but Lockwood said it was covered by insurance. The fire destroyed the main buildinpr. but several other smaller buildings were saved. ITS ANOTHER TOE MIRACLE.' ...TOES NOTHING \JiiTIDE! H FBESB FOODS. TOO! California -\-i\m.. sr/.e I.KTl'UCK New Crop Texas O c CABBAGE lh. v Yellow C OCc ONIONS *» IbsWW Dr. Phillips Florida OQc OKANGES dozen Brooks Butler Beans Fotir-in-One FLA KIST CRACKERS 29 'PANCAKE FLOUR i4 c IGA, 12-oz. MAPLE SYRUP 25 C Iloogeni/.ed, IGA Me 3 lull cans *»*» . ,,., 16< Much move, Pure Tomato CATSUP IGA All-Purpose Hard Wheat FLOUR 25,,, 8 1.69 :$ - - - JUST WASH-WRING OUT-HANG UP! Now a rinse-free washday- thanks to Procter & Gamble's Tide! All over America women are talking about the amazing fact that you can wash with Tide— without rinsing 1 . Many women just donjt believe it nnd you can hardly blame them. 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