The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1950 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1950
Page 14
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PAG* FOTJRTECT BLYTHBVILLE. (ARK.) OOOTrER NEWS Rare; Old World Recipes Add Variety, Help Budget Pleasajil Inns can add a lot to our American living. We found one hi Yorktown Heights, N, Y., set on • lawn under beautiful trees. It Is owned by Victor and Kyra Kols choubcy, graclmif RUMfam long ago driven by the Communists from their native country. The food IK delightful and Mr. Kotschoubcy gave u.s his private r<v:ipe,s for two of the dishes, we liked best at hts Croton Heights Inn. "Eggplant caviar Is a Russian peasant dish and is very popular because the ingredients are readily available on every Russian farm," he explained. "Due to its delightful flavor, It has become a favorite dish of epicures in the United States, too." EgRpEant Caviar Remove stem from eggplant. Bake whole in a medium oven for about us hours, until soft. After it cools remove skin and chop fine. Chop onion and green pepper very fine. Heat oil (do not use other fats) In skillet and fry onion and pepper slowly until completely soft. Add chopped eefiplnni- and mix well. Acid salt and pepper to lastc .and a few drops of lemon juice; let mixture simmer. For a two-pound eggplant, one good-sized onion and Vi green pepper should be sufficient. Beef Stroganoff was originated by Count Gregory Slronganoff, Russian statesman of the last century. Being a great host and connoisseur of good living he also combined within himself the love and skill of preparing unusual dishes. Beef prepared by him this way was so liked by his friends that it became more and more known and has now become a dish popular all over the eating world, according to the hospitable KnoUchoubeys. ttttl SlrnRanoff, a la Crolim Urlghls Inn Pour pounds lean beef (top sirloin), sliced into very small, thin slices cut across the grain (this is very important), 1 pound fresh mushrooms sliced thin, one 2',i- ounce can tomato paste, 2 cups water or stock, salt, pepper, paprika to taste, 2 cups suur cream. Put butter in skillet and simmer beef with mushrooms, tomato paste anrt stock until lender. Add sour cream 3 or 4 minutes before serving and blcml well. Wake-Up Flavor Seen In Hot Date Muffins Good Breakfasf Readies Man for Long Day's Work Mr*. Frank Ditlow of Santa Monica. Calif., a 10J9 bride, has some good advice to offer the IflSO bride.s on the subject of breakfast. Her husband, Frank, Is a student in the electrical encineerins school at the University of California at Los Angeles. He's hard at work In lectures and laboratories all morn- Ing, and naturally has to be wide awake mentally. His afternoon Job as a shipping clerk calls for a great deal of physical energy. So Loretla Ditlow feels that it's her job to allow plenty of time for preparing and eating n substantial breakfast. She says, "We've found it provides the stamina and energy we both need for a long day." The Ditlows allov ample lime for eating breakfast, so that those moments together at the beginning of the day are gay and refreshing. Because, she, too, must leave the house early In the morning, Loretta «efs the table at night. She has learned that attractive, yet simple, centerpieces, and variety in the food IteelJ wirl make breakfast a more appetizing; meal for a husband. Frank and Loretta Ditlow usually start the meal with one of the California citrus fruits'. Their breakfast menu Includes also either t quick-cooking hot cereal or, a ready- co-eat variety, toast, coffee, and eggs. Often they add hot biscuits waffles, griddle cakes or other hot breads made from packaged mixes. Here are two of Loretta's break*Mt items. Onlmenl TCalsIn Slices (About 9 slices) One and one-quancr cups rolled oats, 2% cups boiling water, V, ten- «poon salt. \<, cup rnlslns. Cook rolled oats according to directions on package. Remove from heat. Stir In raisins. Turn Into a pint mold or No. 2 can rinsed In cold water. Cover, chill thoroughly UnmoH; cut Into «-lnch slices. Dip lightly In flour and saute in hot fat until lightly browned. Serve hot with butter and syrup or honey Bran Muffins Wilh Ratsiru (B medium muffins) One cup whole bran. *; cup milk. 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour, 2'i teaspoons baking powder. >J l<?a- spoon salt. ", cup sugar or molasses 1 egg, 2 tablespoons soft fat, !j cun raisins. Combine whole bran and milk in mixing bowl, Sift together flour, baking powder and salt; add to soaked bran with sugar or molasses. eggi fat and raisins, stir only until combined. Fill greased muffin pans 2;3 full. Bake In moderately hot oven (400 degrees F.) about 25 minutes. This daily business o! breakfast gets a little monotonous. So we're always on the lookout for a bright new idea. Well, along comes this date muffin recipe. It's new, simple and (ull of "wake-up" flavor. Date Muffins (Makes 10 large muffins) Two c'ips .sifted flour, 2li teaspoons double-acting baking powder, *i teaspoon salt, >', cup finely cut dates, 1/3 cup shortening, 1 egg. well beaten, ',i cup milk, !-i cup maple-blended syrup. Sift, flour once, measure, add baking powder and salt and sift again. Add dales and mix well. Cut In shortening. Combine egg, milk and syrup and add all at once to tlour mixture. To mix, draw spoon from side o; bowl toward center (is I lines), turning bowl Kriulually. Chop sjwon thrnugli bat- ler CO timesi. Then stir only enough to dampen flour <5 .strokes). Turn into greased muffin pans, filling each about two-thirds full. Bake in hot oven (400 degrees F.) 25 minutes, or until done. Here's a good recipe for those plentiful -sweet potatoes: Candied Sweet Potatoes Slice cooked sweet potatoes in halves. Arrange in a shallow srcas- ed baking dish. Dot each layer with fat, sprinkle with salt, pour over the top a cup of maple-blended syiup. Hake in a moderate oven 1X50 degrees F.I 15 to 20 minutes, basting frequently with the syrup Speaking of breakfast, did you 'er use rice as a cereal? The Department of Agriculture has this to report: , Almost, nine out of to United Stales homemakers use rice, .» n d over half serve it to their families four to IS or more limes each month. Nearly a filth of those questioned reported using It as a breakfast food. Preferred among rcady-to-eat rice breakfast foods in the order named, were rice crispics, puffed rice and rice flakes. Baby Plays with Snake RANGOON I/PI — Seventeen- months-old Kyi Shcin romps a round with an 18-foot siiaxe. B u t the little boy's parents aren't worrying. The attachment between child and snake began soon after the baby's birth. The snake, then merely eigiit feet long, slid from the tuatchcd root into Kyi Shein's cradle. Forces Work Together KARACHI t/r,— Two ships of the Royal Navy and a squadron of heavy bombers of the fi.A.F. will join units of the Pakistani navy army and air force in combined operations near Karachi soon. Tlie cruiser "Mauritius" and the frbate "Loch Glcndu" will stay in Pakistani waters for abnut a week. During the operations, mock landings will be made near the Karachi post. Negro Charged in Check Case LITTLE ROCK. Not', 1. (API — Edward Hodges, Little Rock Negro, wns charged yesterday with cash- Ing the. same check U'lco. Inlonnailoii filed In circuit court by Prosecutor John E. Coatcs charges him with grand Iruccny in connection with theft of a $55.88 check from a liquor fitore. He Is accused of offering the check in payment for a purchase of llo.uor; picking up his package, the change and tne chccX; and then cashing Ihc check again at a grocery store across Ihe street. THURSDAY,'NOVEMBER 2, 195f) FBI Employees On 6-Day Week WASHINGTON. Nov. 1. M>,_The Federal Bureau of Investigation has put Its 10,000 employees over Ihc country an a full six-day week. It IK the first Rovcrnmenl agency to abandon Ihe 40-hour weekly work schedule which has been in effect since the end of World War II. Bureau officials said an accumulation ol work in the fields of In- Lelllgence, preparedness and defense made tJisr step necessary. The change to six instead of five days' work per week, for which overtime A'H! be paid, was made effective :hls week In headquarters here and field offices throughout the country. How, Whoa The,* LOS ANGELES <AP>—A fast man is truck driver John C. Fahy. He was hurled (o the street when a car struck his vehicle nt the top of a hill. Somersaulting to his (eel, he saw the truck heading drivcrlcss inlo traffic. Knhy sprinted after it, leaped on the running board and turned It Into Ihc curb. Then tic sat on the curb to figure out what had happened. SLICED BACON Crisp, Tender, T«ty Serv* it for lunch or wpper. M«MFHI» FACKIKO CO. IGA SUPER VALUES * WKXHICTJPIEFIWfDBYMIllJONS "- luit to tt+4 tk4 MOVEMtfl AMERICAN I-AMJLY ~ MAOAZtNf City Neerfs Crop Fxperf SAN BERNARDINO, Cnlif. «•;_ H. B. Mower went over to inspect the fine crop of . harlcy he bad grown on a vacant lot near his home. The lol was an expanse of charred rubble. Mower blamed van- rials until he received a bill from the city for the cosl. nf burning "weerls" from his prnprrl.v. The city council, after hrarinc, his complaint, vrtcrt to pav him sis for his crop los'es And wiivort the city's claim for burning costs Small rhildren sometim-s like i\ little thinly sliced peeled t -rimo added to a bacon sandwic'-. Cul Die sandwich into four small triangles or squares lor easy catinz. the Market HENDERSON SUPERFINE SUGAR MACARONI-SPAGHETTI PURE EGO NOODLES LUTTRELL'S FINE FOODS Member M & H Cooperative Store* Weekend Specials-Friday & Saturday Maxwell House, Drip or Regular LB.CAN (LIMIT 1) COFFEE 10 ox. pkg. Snowerop Frozen FORD HOOK LIMA5 - - lit 75 c Snowerop Frozen ORANGE JUICE - 6 oz. can 23? Jack Sprat "like fresh" TOMATO JUICE-46oz.can29? Jack Sprat sour or DILL PICKLES - 22 oz. jar 25? Jumbo Golden Heart CELERY stalk lOc .* TVW i | uruy ORANGES - ... Dozen 17? Red Cross MACARONI or SPAGHETTI - - 7oz.pkg,9? Armour, No. 300 can PORK & BEANS - - ea. 10? White Naphtha Laundry Soap k « ^^ BAR (LIMIT 2) For Whiter Washes (limit 1) 3 for 25? RINSO - - - - large box 25? TTime Mapnrno Laundry o PUS Your choice of Gcrbcr's BABY FOODS Jack Sprat Cut 5 Try it with RICE v GRAVY Follow srnvy recipe on TVV car- Ion. Follow rice recipe on NEW Minute Hicc carton. At food stores ovciywhcrc. Jack Sprat EN BEANS • - 2 cans 35? KRAUT - - - No. 300 can 10? Del Maiz MEXICORN - - 12oz.can20? Jock Sprat SPINACH --- No. 2 can 15? Jack Sprat, No. 300 con PURPLE HULL PEAS - - 13? Delicious Fat, Freshly Dressed RYERS 6 to 8 Ib. average, Jean PICNIC HAMS - - - Ib. 39? Armour White Label SLICED BACON - - - Ib. 45? Dcliciously flavorsome IEAN SLAB BACON - Ib. 39? - - Ib. 59? FRESH OYSTERS - - pint 79? U. S. Good or Choice BEEF ROAST For a different meal, fry LB. 49 C 2 ibs. 49c Homogenized— Evaporated cans 35c Comstock—Sliced Pie APPLES%2can19c Ocean Spray — a Natural wirh Chicken I Cranberry Sauce No. 300 tins 33c • •••-"'MCMI—jorrerize—White TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls 25c Gold Nugget—Plain or Self Rising 25 Ib. bag 1.59 :sh—Lean PORK ROMT Lb. 49c Fresh Dressed and Drawn FRYERS Lb. 49c Fresh—Meaty RIBS 3 Ibs. and up, Ib. 39c Cured Tenderized HAMS 1G-1M averaaeAQc Plenty Of Parking Space f At Your IGA Store Pure Cane Shortening —Pure Veg SNQ-KREEM Jonathan 5 Lb. Mesh Bag " i~~~ -^-^-*^t_^Li jv^^amiMn Flonc/a — Large Juicy Grapefruit 2 for 1 Se California - Iceberg LETTUCE 2 heads 25t Yellow ONIONS 10ib$39c Great Northern — New Crop 10lbs.9§C Granulated—Real Soap 1-3 More GRAN large 30c MAYS • IGA SUPER MARKET * 421 S. 21st. "Remember, It Pays to Shop with Mays' "

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