The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 9, 1950
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BI/YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' THURSDAY/MARCH 9, 1950 Chili Con Carne A Texas Specialty 300 Recipes Combined In New Cook Book: "A Taste of Texas" By GAI.NOH MAHDOX NBA Stuff Writer How do Tcxnns eat? Well, Judging from the more than 300 mouthwatering recipes in (he new cook book, "A Taste of Texas," they . eat d.irn good, pardner. But don't take my word for it. Open the book for yourself and read what Tcxans and lovers of Texas write about the food. Chili Con fame (12 servinss) Six to 12 ports chili Colorado nr dried chill peppers, 2 to 4 cups cold water. Wash, stem and carefully re move seeds from pods of dric: chili. Take care with the seeds ut in cold water; bring to boil, soil slowly until skins slip easily, sually ?! to one hour. (When on become expert you , may roast he pods Inslead of boiling them.) Rub pulp through a colander or love to make smooth paste. Should ield 14 to }i cup pulp. Chili powder, prepared eommcr- lally, may be substituted for pulp t the enuivalent of one tablespoon ( chill pcnvnor lor each pod of hili. Flavor Is never as delicate, nit burn that results from loo nuch handling of the aggre-islvc •egctablc may be avoided. Two pounds center cut round steak, 1 pound center cut fresh nun. Trim steak nnd ham; cut into cubes of less than one-half Inch. One-half to 2'i cups fat rendered from beef suet. 4 cloves garlic, chopped, 2 onions, chopped, 2 cups water. Saute onions and garlic In fat; add meat; cook until gray (not brown) in color. Add \vatcr, simmer one hour. One teasjMxm romino seed, : tcaspnon orrgnno, 1 tablespoon salt Rub coinlno seeds and oregano to a^powder. roasting If necessary Add chin P"'P> cmlno and orc- gnno powder and sail to meat; cook lowlv for ouc hour. Chill is now i highly condensed food of about he consistency of commcrcail pack- ced mincmcai. Will keep for days. To serve, cut off a chunk; cook n boilins water until a good meat tew somewhat lighter than a good tiff gravy is obtained. 'This' Is chili "straight." Chili Is usualily served over boiled beans. Often served as sauce over macaroni or wiled rice. Veteran Miner As Adept At Crocheting as Digging BAHNKsnORO, Pa. (At 1 ) — Coal miner Joseph Barnosky, 45, of I!ariu»lx)ro can handle i\ crocheting needle as easily as a pick and shovel. The Western Pennsylvania miner, a veteran of 30 years In the pits, learned the art of needlework from Ills wife. The pastime keeps them both busy riming the pro-sent coal .strike. "We've already completed cnougl work to fill our daughter's hope dint." commented Barnosky. New Titanium Kitchen Ware More Durable Porcelain enameled cooking utcn- lls arc now being made with a lev; type of porcelain cuanicl, Call- d titanium, It Is far more durable and easier to clean than other enamels, according to the Knamclcri Utensil Mnniifaclurcrs Council, Cleveland, Ohio. By using titanium, 1 cnnmelc**- nanufacturei-s have been ahlc to nakci their utensils 150 per cent nore resistant, to thermal shock. This means onn porcelain enameled pan may be used for both refrlaor- atlng and reheating foods. Sudden temperature changes cannot damage Titanium also has made porcelain enamcledware 100 per cent more resistant to stains caused by food acids, /rom 10-15 per cent more resistant to Impact and approximately 30 per cent whiter. Actually, tllanium 1* a glass. When fused to steel, as when cnarnclcd- warc Is manufactured, it provides a durable and sanitary cooking surface. Tills surface requires very little care, according to the Council's home economists. Recommended care includes dally cleanings with «M|> and water and the occasional use of baking soda or mild cleaners for quick removal of temporary decolorations. If food sticks to a pan, it may be soaked loose. Substantial Vegetables Delicious and DiHerent For menus based on meatless' main dishes, till* substantial vegetable recipe Is delicious and different: iieans Bnkcd In TomaU*s (Serves G) Six large firm tomatoes, 1 jar oven - baked beans, 1 pound 2 ounces,, cup finely diced green pen- per, \' t teaspoon grated onion.. 2 teaspoons kitchen bouquet, ',i teaspoon salt, ',» teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons grated cheese. Cut slice from top of each to main. Remove pulp and save for other use. Lightly salt insides of cups.. Combine afl remaining ingredients but cheese in saucepan and heat thoroughly. Place tomato cups in greased muffin pan and fit) with bean mixture. Sprinkle Youth Village Operating f» Urban Jerusalem J ERUSALEM <AP) — A new "Youth Village" Is operating in the urban area of Jerusalem for Immigrant children from oil parls of the earth. The village consist of 250 acres and 20 buildings. It's population already numbers 150 children between the ages of 10 and 17. They came from India, Turkey. North Africa, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and France through the "Youth Aliyah" organization. Another 100 children are expected shortly. each with cheese. Bake In moderate-oven (350 degrees P.) until tomatoes are tender, about 30 minutes. NOW OPEN At the'siate Line Walter Dunlap i Billy Crllf'n MAGNOLIA Service Station • MOBILOIL • MOBILGAS Reg. 22.9 Ethyl 24.9 Pride CORN No. 1 can 12k Campbell's PORK& BEANS 2 C;ins Hand-Pocked TOMATOES The Paus« That Refreshes COCA-COLA CHOICE MEATS Fresh, nice size COUNTRY EGGS • *. 29c Sieloff's full-flavored Cured PICNIC HAMS - - - In quarter sticks, tasty Savory COLORED OLEO - - *• 29c Fine white shortening lib. *9 can HENS - - - ib 39c Fresh Dressed FRYERS - - ib 49c Heil's v • ' SLI. BACON - ib 32c Streak o' Leon SALT MEAT-ib lie For a Tasty Salad Fresh Shrimp ib. 69c Pure Fresh Country-style SAUSAGE - 5 ibs. 9Ec Delicious Pink Salmon SALMON • 'hii« 33c Fresh COUNTRY EGGS - doz. Conn try Gentleman WHITE CORN ,0303,, 100 Pure White CANE SUGAR 10! 880 Large si^c OXY001,, TIDE-DOZ !10X 240 I'rcsh cucumber HEINZ PICKLES ... M . 250 Fine French Dressing VIRGINIA DARE ..*.,. 50 Great Novthcrn EEAHS 2J1230 I.I). 15nx Premium or S'SHtNE CRACKERS 250 1'ilot lirnnd, DSLL PICKLES , gc .,„ 290 Lh 130 Golden ripe . BANANAS '^POTATOES 10 Ib8 . 330 YELLOW ONIONS ,„ 40 Rich, white meat Hi. Cello Oft £ Fresh. Vegetables Fancy Iceberg LETTUCE 2 :r 2§e - 3 Ibs. 1 0c Yellow Spanish Delicious - Fresh BAKERY FOODS kfnsl, dinner or siipprr you'll Horn's bakery Inorls will sivc n I to .Tour family's appetites, frestl dnlly . . . pi", Clkrs. rin- olls nnrt all Ihc other tnslj- hak- new 70 Tlicy'rc cry ilcn For slicing, red rip« Freeman-Henley Gro.&Mkt. West Main—Across From the Mox—Free Parking Tomatoes - tube 1 9c Crisp, fresh, bleached CELERY -!ge. stalk Liberty Cosh Grocery's RECIPE OF THE WEEK Lima Bean Chowder up dried lim« !*»•• cr-iim pfpp«r ejni 1 '/I c«p,l»« Milk 4 tible>poon» Soak beans m water 6 hours, or ovei night. TEics\ add onion, snlc and pepper. Cover; coot over [QW hear I hour, or until beaut are tender. Mash beanr- [horoughly, or push through a sieve, but do not drain. Acid milk. thoroughly, but do not boil. SprinVle with cheese. Makes 4 servings fcCmp diced baccm also can be uicd, Yntt Win Krctls PET MILK Lima Beans Ib 17c American Cheese Ib 29c Onions Ib Xisc a small paint brush for Ihc hnrtl - lo - Kcl-lo places wlicn dusting or waxinp carvcil furnUure. Fine quality evaporated milk PET MILK 3^11350 Tender, younjr SCHOOL DAY PEAS 2 NCi r 250 Fine, white BUSH'S KOMINY 90 Lihby's swccl SLICED PINEAPPLE NO 2 can 290 l.igM, tender BALLARD'S BISCUITS 2 250 Freshly ground MISS LIBERTY COFFEE ,„ 610 All popular brands ; CIGARETTES Full Cartoon I Either regular or drip grind MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE „, 750 Dogs liVe it! IDEAL DOG FOOD 3 c,ns 270 Rich, full-flavored HEINZ CATSUP ,,,,„„ 23d

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