The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1950 · Page 17
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March 30, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

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THURSDAY, MARCH SO, 1950 Dish:lamb Pie Either Fresh Meat Or Leftovers Usable With Vegetables 1 .First touches of spring send out a fJM for tempting lamb pies—tender SBGnks of lamb Joined with the season's colorful vegetables and flaky biscuit dough. It's a combination that's equally as tempting when ',prepared with fresh lamb cubes or with leftovers from yesterday's lamb roast. i According to home economist Reba Staggs, when buying fresli lamb for pies homemakers should choose lamb neck, breast or shoulder for cubing. These are the less tender and usually the most thrifty .cuts. Cubes Browned First In preparing the fresh lamb pie, the cubes are first browned in their f own or added fat, then covered with liquid. The kettle is tightly covered and the meat allowed to simmer un- f til tender—about 1 to I',' hours. .Vegetables such as potatoes, celery) onion, carrots, peas or cut green beans are added just long enough before the end of cooking time so •: they will be tender. When the meat Is cooked, the liquid Is drained ana thickened for gravy, allowing two tablespoons flour for each cup of liquid. Leftovers Usable Here Is where the stew officially turns Into a meat pic. A casserole Is lined ulth thl- biscuit dough and filled with the stew. Additional biscuit dough covers the casserole. . It is cooked in a hot oven (400 de, grees F.I for about 20 minutes or Galaxy of Sauces Give Style To Sundaes For Easter Sunday SUNDAES FOK EASTEK SUNDAY provide a fine holiday trui in variety of flavors. ~~ * By Oaynor Maddoi NBA Stiff Wrller Easter's the day for the family's until browned. With leftover lamb In the refrigerator another version of lamb j)Ie may be made In limited time. Diced cooked lamb Is heated in vegetable soup. The mixture Is thickened with flour, placed In a casserole, topped with mashed potatoes or .biscuit dough, then slipped In the oven for a golden finish. fill of ice cream, the glamor dairy food. Set it forth, sundae-style, with a galaxy of sauces. . . the more the plcasanter. Some may come right from their jars or containers; juicy frozen berries, favorite canned fruits, maple syrup, honey, sweetened flavored whipped cream. And you can add one or more special lc* cream made a day In advance. Then all that's needed to crown your Easter dinner with luccess ii Ice creum In two or three llavon from your neighborhood store. Ch«e*iate Nut SIMM (Make* akmt IS e»p«) Three squarea (3 ounce»> unsweetened chocolate, % cup water, 3 tablespoons butter, ?4 cup sugar few grains salt, Vt teaspoon almond extract. l|3 cup nut meats. Melt chocolate In water over low heat. Add butter, sugar and salt Cook slowly, stirring until smooth. Remove from heat; add salt, almond extract and nutmeats. Maple Butterscotch Sauce (Makes about ly, raff) One cup double-strength coffee (cold), 2 tablespoons cornstarch, H teaspoon salt, <A cup maple flavored syrup, v, cup brown tugar, 3 tablespoons butter. Mix cornslarch to a paste with V, cup of the coffee. Add remaining coffee and heat over very low flame, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Stir in salt, syrup and brown sugar; boll gently five minutes, stirring occasionally, Remove from heat and stir In butter. Cool. Pineapple Sandae Saoee . (Makes about 1J4 cup.) One and one-half Ublepsoons cornstarch, <& cup sugar, 1 cup crushed pineapple, >K cup water, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Combine cornstarch and sugar In saucepan; stir In pineapple »rid water. • Heat, stirring constantly, until mixture bolls. Continue boiling until clear. Chill, add lemon Juice. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Army engineers have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars clearing water chestnut plants from the Potomac River, ITS HARD TOmiEVE- BUTTRUE/ ITS ANOTHER TIDE MIRACLE| A DAZZUNG CLEAN WASH WITHOUT RINSING ...THERES NOTHING \MTIDE! Just wash-wring out-hang up! WOMEN EVERYWHERE say it's the best washday news ever! 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