The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1960 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1960
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FAG1TXN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1%» Deviled Ham Makes Tasty Brunch Dish Brussels Sprouts For Party Snack By G.WNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Food ft Markets Editor On our recent food trip lo California we discovered a new appetizer — made of their frozen sprouts wrapped in bacon and baked. Served piping hot on food picks. You may like to dunk them in »n anchovy dip. We prefer them as-is. BrtBsels Sprouts in Cloaks Nine slices bacon, cut in,half, one 10-ounce package frozen California brussels sprouts, thawed. Wrap bacon around sprouls Fasten with food picks. Arrange in shallow baking pan. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F, 45 minutes, or until bacon is erisp. Anchovy Dtp One 3-ounce package cream cheese, softened; 'A cup mayon raise, 2 tablespoons lemon juice one 2 - ounce can anchovies drained an<5 chopped. Combine ingredients; mix wel Serve dip wilh sprouls. Bmseli Sprouts in Celery Sauce <3 to 4 servings) One 10-ounce package froze California sprouts, one lOli-ounc can condensed' cream of celer soup, % teaspoon celery salt, teaspoon white pepper, Vi tea spoon nutmeg, % cup grated ehec dar cheese. Cook sprouts, following packag directions. Drain. Combine unt luted soup, celery salt, pepper an nutmeg; blend. Add sprouts. Turn into small lallow baking pan. Sprinkle will cese. Broil 4 to 5 inches from urce of heat 5 minutes, or un cheese melts. Kitchen arithmetic: a pound ottage cheese will yield two cups By GATNO R MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Food & Markets Editor Brunch is a real meal-in-one for a late, leisurely Sunday breakfast. It's a time for relaxation and indulgence in taking life easy. Eggs, of course. But did you ever bake them on toasted crumbs with deviled ham? Here's how; Sharp cheese and spicy deviled ham are sprinkled over toasted, buttered bread crumbs with eggs broken into hollows and then baked for a few minutes. Brunch of Baked Eggs (4 sen-Ings) Four slices bread, crumbled, 3 tablespoons butter, melted, one- third cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese, one 4V4-ounce cau deviled lam, 'A cup cream, >A teaspoon hyme, 'A teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, 4 eggs. Cover bottom of shallow pie pan with crumbled bread. Drizzle but- foil and bake about 15 to 18 minutes, or until eggs are cooked as desired. Cruocby Cereal Flake CMfee Cake <10 pieces) One-quarler cup butter or margarine, V4 cup brown sugar, packed; I'A cups corn flakes, regular or presweetencd, crushed to ¥i cup; 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 cups packaged biscuit mix, 1 egg, slightly beaten; Vt cup milk. Mix together melted butter or margarine, brown sugar, corn flakes, and cinnamon. Combine ter over crumbs. Toast in 350 de- I biscuit mix, egg and milk; stir gree F. oven until golden. Sprinkle with cheese, then wilh deviled ham. Pour mixture of cream, thyme, salt and pepper over top. With howl of spoon, make four little hollows for the eggs. Break an egg into each hollow. Return to oven and cover with piece of HANDY REMINDER Ever have to search for small parts that you have removed when repairing something? Try placing these parts on the sticky side of a length of adhesive tape in the order you remove them. RUBBER BAND BOOKMARK What could be handler to use as a book mark than a rubber band? Just stretch it over the cover to the page you want to mark. vigorously 30 seconds. Spread half of batter in greasec square pan 8x8x2 inclres. Sprinkle half of cereal mixture over lop Cover wilh remaining batter. Top with remaining cereal. Bake in a moderate oven (375 degrees F.) until done and brown, about 20 minules. Serve warm. Don't add sugar and flavoring to cream you are whipping until »f ter the cream begins to thicken. Count on using 2 to 3 tablespoons of sugar and 1 teaspoon of vanilla for 1 cup of cream to be whipped Eemcmber Pay Your Paper Boy Calling all yogurt enthusiasts! d finely diced celery, green lives and hard-cooked egg along with chili sauce, finely grated on- on and salt to yogurt for Thousand Island Dressing to serve over wedges of firm crisp Iceberg let- uce. Fresh apricots and peaches, strawberries and blueberriei al benefit from being served with • custard sauce. You can use a mix (vanilla-flavored pudding or pie filling) for the sauce or make It from scratch. Ever mix walnuts with maple syrup to serve as an ice-cream topping? TASTt KTffc* No Room Here For Ordinary Bread! A GOOD start t* » rood it* b •»«• to taw JenUm with help tt moft Joiee, oatmeal wKk milk, cm ml toM*. YOttMU&VE! SURPRISED HIM? Of course, your husband knows that you're the loveliest wife in the whole world! But, didn't you surprise him when you showed that you were up-to-date on all current events? Keeping up with the world k at eaiy and convenient M turning th« page* of yewr newspaper each day. An4, iff Important te you, toe! The time you spend with your new*- peper every d*y ean't help but make you a more interesting person, • belter hememaker, and a better citizen. Read yewr newspaper every day. It's the mott plea* Mrt wrprrM for any husband to find that hit charming wife can (eta the conversation about developments in Washington and Europe. To find she knows about City Hall, Cape Canaveral, and the baseball scores. Make your husband proud of youl KEEP YOURSELF UP TO DATE - SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Blytheville Courier News The only daily newspaper in Mississippi County Because growing bodies demand the best... ^fender-Twist MEYER'S " softer, more flavorful... softer, fresher! The ideal bread for you and your family. Try some today! Twe lo«v*s, gently twisted to- (elhgr to reduc* «tr pocket*. <Mv**B<Mr, softw tutor*. Air pastes through ordinary bread <teU| »o rob It of fresh flavor. Tender-Twist (right) locks arr out lo k«p bread soft and tender

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