The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1950 · Page 17
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October 26, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

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•'•;?.<*' THURSDAY, OCTOBER M, 1950 (ARK.V COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVENTEEN Breakfast on Schedule Is a Must for Hubby Beef Goulash Offers Economic Flavorful Meal for Sunday With i husband who works a* a •pot welder during the day and as • 8aj station attendant during the evening, Dorothy Koch has discovered that her big responsibility is to get meals on time. A 1949 bride of Minneapolis, Minn., she has breakfast ready Jusl at the right minute. If she doesn't her husband 'eels (hat he hasn't time to wait 'or her to fix It, so he goes without IK' W n| s 1»*9 Minneapolis bride lias more advibe for 1550 brides. When It comes to saving those, precious minutes In the morning, she says, H pays to have a handy breakfast shelf for the foods you usually serve at this meal. There you can keep canned fruit Juices, boxes of breakfast cereal, coffee, cocoa, pack- mixes for hot breads, and any other foods served at breakfast. For planning variety iu the first meal of the day, an assortment of cereals Is a must. Albert Koch's cereal favorites are wheat flakes and farina, but Dorothy keeps an assortment on hand so there'll oe no dull menus at their house. Be- milk, the Koclis generally have fruit, toast and cocoa for breakfast. Week-ends sometimes call for «n extra-special dish at breakfast. On these occasions Dorothy Koch saves lime by using packaged mixes for biscuits or waffles. Another favor Ite Is griddle cakes made with cereal flakes and applesauce. Apple Flake Oriddle Cike< (4 lo 6 scrvinis) One cup sifted all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons baking powder, ?l eta- spoon salt, 1 lablesixx>M sugar, eeg. beaten, l!i cups milk, 1 cup bran flakes or wheat flakes, 3 tablespoons melted fat, 1 cup thick applesauce. Sift together flour, baking pow der, salt and sugar. Combine egg and milk; add to the dry ingredl enls, beating only until smooth Slightly crush bran flakes or whea flakes .and fold them In. Add fat Drop by large spoonfuls on a lightly greased griddle. Turn to brown on both sides. Spread each cake soon as baked with ?pplesauce, keep ing hot In oven. Pile cakes By GAYNOR MADD0X NEA Staff • Ides the main dish of cereal and stack. Serve hot with syrup. It's Kitchen Circus-Time; Kiddies Love Clown Cookies Meat lor Sunday or »njr other day is a serious matter now.'The *st thing to do Is to choose the less expensive cuts and then use .he best, recipes you can find. That can be an experiment In delicious economy. Betf Goulash (6 servings) Txo pounds beef chuck. Vi cup flour, 3 tablespoons fat US cups water, i tablespoon Worcestershire sauce. 1 tablespoon salt, 11 teaspoon pepper. 1 clove gnrlic, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, 1 tablespoons chopped parsley, l ! teaspoons sage, t teaspoon caraway seed (optional). Cut beet into chunks and roll in flour. Melt fat in skillet. Brown meat well. Add remaining Ingredients. Cover skillet, and cook slowly (or I'.i houvs, or until tender. Western Ranch Meil IyO (10 (o 12 strvinis) Two pounds ground beef \' t cup chopped onion. "71 cup diced eel ery, >', cup shortening,' 1[3 cup diced green pepper (optional), tablespoon salt. 2 effgs, 3 cups soft bread crumbs, >i cup water. V~ cup tomato juice, 2 tablespoons butter or fortified margarine. Brown onion and celery In shortening. Combine with green For dessert, lor snack lime or lor party refreshment—any time Is cooky time as far a.s many youngsters are concerned. To be a bit different along the cooky line. Reba Slaggs, home economist, suggests a children's dessert of "Clown" cookies. This dessert gets Its name In that the base Is actually made or a. plain -sugar cooky (recipe below) cut with a scalloped cooky cutter. feen the baked and cooled cooky Tenteied with a scoop of. vanilla ice cream. For the clown faces, two choco-' late drops make up the eyes and n *liver of maraschino cherry forms the mouth. And as an nctor makes up his face to denote mood, so can you make up the clowns. To indicate the happy clown, curve the chtrry mouth up; for the sadder clowns, curve the mouth down. The clown's hat will be none other than an inverted ice cream cone. To be more gay, combine colored sugars and sprinkle over the cookie.s Just before baking. The ice cream may come In vanilla or strawberry or other flavors as you desire. In •ny case, th« result Is a tray of assorted clowns ready for the surprise dinner de.ssert or party refreshment. Here Is the recipe for the sugar cookies. By using lard, the your cocky jar. Old-Fashioned Sugar Cookies \'i cup lard .1 cup sugar 1 e KJ r 3 cups flour y\ teaspoon salt X teaspoons baking powder Ji cup milk Vt ieaspoon vanilla extract Thoroughly cream shortening and sugar; .add egg and beat well. Add sifted dry ingredients alternately with milk and vanilla extract; mix throughly. Roll >J Inch thick on lightly floured surface. Cut with floured cooky cutter; sprinkle with sugar, if desired. Bake on greased cooky sheet In moderate oven tS'fS F.) about 15 minutes. Yield: 3 dozen cookies. Broiler Meats Good If cooking time Ls limited, plan a broiler meal. The broiler meats include beef steaks, lamb or beef patties, bacon, Canadian-style bacon, ham slice or lamb chops. But don't hurry broiling! Moderate temperatures give the best results. Arrange the broiler rack so that the top surface of the meat Is 2 lo 3 Inches from the heat. P<Plier. salt, eggs, bread crumbs and water to make a dressing Add half o/ the dressing (114 cups) 0 the meat, mixing well. Pat out half the meat mixture a 2-quart loaf pan. Cover with remaining dressing. then top with remaining meat mixture. Bake in moderate os r en (350 degrees F.) hours. Baste twice with tomato Juice and melted butter or fortified margarine to keep loaf moist. Variation; use 1 pound ground heart, liver or beef shank meat with 1 pound beef chuck. Paprika Rtrt (6 Krvhifs) Two pounds beef round steak, 1 teaspoon salt, \* -teaspoon paprika. 2 tablespoons fat, 1 clove garlic, l cup water, 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, •>! cup sour milk or cream. 1 teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons flour. Rub meat with 4 salt and paprika Brown garlic in the fat. Remove the garlic, add meat and rjrowt well. Mix water end Worcestershire sauce. Cook slowly for 2 to 2'i huors Add sour milk and paprika. Cook until heated through. Thlckci gravy with ftour and serve wltl meat. Spread Varieties Build Nutritious Sandwich Fillings for Youngsters Every year makers are i sandwich ideas. this the time home- lookout (or What are some cookies will stay fresh for days in' rush days. Johannesburg, s. Africa, was it tin-rooled village in it* 1890 golfl- tasty and nutritious sandwich fillings that will interest youngsters who cany lunch to school day after day? Heba Staggs, home economist, has several suggestions. First of all, turn to the many meats In your marekt. when buying a roast or pot-roast, plan for leftover meal. Then there is the wide assortment of cold meat cuts. These may be ground and combined with chopped vegetables for tasty sandwich spreads. Canned meat.s offer additional variety. For Instance, little Vienna sausages may be split and spread lightly with mustard butter and placed in frankfurter buns for a surprise addition. Or ready-to- serve dried beet may bt combined with cream cheese, a bit of horseradish and minced onion for • grand spread. To increase the change, different breads may be used. Along with white or whole wheat include rye bread. Boston brown. Vienna, fruit and nut bread and hamburger and frank buns. Lettuce and tomato are good in many sandwiches, but they have a tendency to make the sandwich soft. To overcome this, wrap the lettuce and tomato s'ices separately and let the children make up their I own sandwiches. Pickle relish other dressings for meat sandwiches also may be wrapped separtcly and nchidcd finds. for pleasing lunchbox The U.S.S. Constitution, "Old Ironsides," carried 24-pound guns, compared with the 18-pounders of British frigates ol the time. NOW!Kitchen Tools at OptrtW B**to »>MT it. , IniW When you buy a 25 or 50-lb.bag of Pillsbury's BEST Hour ••• xxxx •••', " I "mLSBORYfcBEST Start a set now!—A whole set of good- looking, handy kitchen helpers you'll use every day. Each is of sturdy, •hiny ruat-resisUnt metal with bright red enameled handles. Get one at no extra coet each time you buy a 25 or 50-pound bag of Pillsbury'a Best Enriched Flour. You'll like Pillsbury's Best Enriched Flour— the grand all-purpoae flour that's been a favorite with good cooks for over 80 years. Use it for light, tender, crusty biscuits ... the kind your family like* best. Get a 25 or 50-pound bag today— with a kitchen tool it no extra co»t. 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