The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 10, 1949
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS TTTURSDAT, MARCH 10, 1»4» Cereal Is Cue for Lenten Meal • Delicious Main Dish i Prepared Easily Y Breakfast Food '. Many a visitor to oiu; shores finds his most exciting eating in "those American breakfast cereals." But )ie, and perhaps you, would be even Snore surprised to eat the delicious main dishes that are made with breakfast cereals as the new ingre- pients, : It's logical to use a food you're fond of in your menus In more than one way. And that's why breakfast cereals find a place for thrift, texture and flavor in main cils|fes all the better for bolstering ;?«vitp cereal nutrition. .' : AJgood all year idea, but especially i>ropos-ln Lent, is the notion of View dishes made with cereal. This Is your chance to ring in a raft of • new flavors and textures that you wouldn't ordinarily encounter In the" somewhat restricted scheme of •Lenten eating. There are nearly two {(dozen kinds of breakfast cereals to iii?e in this new way as main dish ingredients. ' Crisp or Smooth, Cereals ,' -Improve Texture of Dishes •i Bven without new rect|«s, you pan'' create interesting dishes with the help oi the cereals. When you're lerving creamed foods, try a plat- fori of crisp corn flakes or shredded cereal to serve under the :treamed food, and see what zip the cereal gives to a routine dish. It's a smart new note to make extra cooked cereal for breakfast, put »ome In a shallow baking pan U> phlll and set, then cut it Into cube.-> to Include in fish chowders just before serving. Delicious, too, are sau- teei slices of cold, cooked cereal to Serve as a different accompaniment to a Lenten meal, or to make a Lenten main dish for lunch, scrv- jd with a tomato or cheese sance. ; Try Interesting variations with tho cereals to make Lenten Meals more nourishing and more novel :Let' these recipes give you a start •'en how "different" Lenten dishes can be. '• Cereat Salmon Moumli 1 1-pound can salmon "Milk •1 cup rolled wheat New Spring Ring Coffee Cake Aids Special Breakfast Ring O' Spring coffee cake Is one of those treats that Li Just the thing to make Sunday morning breakfast a special event,. Baking it at home, of course, adds that touch of family appreciation that seems to make it taste bettor. The filling of RlnR O' Spring colfee cake is as delicious and simple as can be. It's nothing more than your favorite fruit preserves or Jelly. Raspbery, apricot, pineapple or strawberry peserves me excellent and so Is cnrant Jelly. The Mine coffee cake becomes entirely different, loo .each time a new flavor of preserves or Jelly Is used. Here are the ingredients needed for Ring O 1 Spring coffee cake: 3-4 cup milk, scalded 3 tablespoons shortening 3 t;ibles|>oons sugar 1-2 teaspoon salt 1 cake fresh yeast Good Braising Methods Mean New Varieties Make Oils a month to brush up on your braising technique. Remember that biinsert meats can be always new and different, through the use of various liquids and seasoning, so you need make no npol- ogles for cooking several kliuls of meat by the same method. And what's braising? A simple of confectioners' sugar with sufficient milk Ui make a frosting of a consistency that can be spread. Then add a da.sli of snli and ono teaspoon vanilla and the Hosting is ready to bo put on. meat cookery method in which the meat may or inay not be floured, is browned In its own or added fat, has a small amount (usually '/i. to 1-j cup) of liquid added, Is covered and cooked siowiy until tender—It's the old familiar method used for cooking pot-rousts! Try braising cuts from all the kinds of meat, suggests Relia StiiKKS, food expert, Beef offers many cuts for braising. Round, arm and blade steaks are jubt starters, Flunk steaks, short ribs and Individual cross-cut shank pot- roasts suggest other good ideas. Remember, too, that many cuts often cooked In liquid to cover also may be braised, such a.s heel of round and fresh brisket. Veal pal-roasts from the round also make good braising cuts, and bruised cubes of veal form the bnsis of many templing dishes. Pork chops ami many oilier small fresh Pork and Corn Meet in New Combinations Pork and corn served together ate old favorites; but hnve you thought of combining them In Ihc same dish? Rcha StnRijs, food authority, suggests that now Is the time to experiment with new recipes for such combinations, In view of this year's adequate supply of both corn and pork. Whole kernel corn dressing alongside a porU lorn roast makes a liork cuts are best when cooked by this method. You'll find lamb neck slices, riblcts. and breast cuts favorites when cooked this way, too. tempting dish. Or, maybe you'd | rather have pork cho|)S with a corn stuffing. Doth are equally good. He Is an Idea for uLllkinB leftover ham. Try making ham and corn fritters. Either cooked or canned corn will do. For the liquid required In making these fritters use that from the corn for better flavor. Never overlook Hie importance of com meal, especially for a dish .such as upside-down pic. Browned sausage meal and totnuto fioun go on the bottom of the pan with corn bread batter over. Turn 11 out and you'll find a delicious and attrac- ticc upside-down pie. It's easy on your food budget, too. There are many other Ideas for appetizing ways to serve pork cither combined with corn or served with a corn accompaniment, such as corn meal puffs, corn sticks or spoon bread. Poland's Allegiance To Russia Reaffirmed WAltSAW, Poland, Mar. 10. W— Marshal Iviichal Zymierckl, the defense minister, reaffirmed Poland's allegiance yesterday to Russia. 'Together with other peoples' democi-acies (Communist regimes) we stand utishakcably on the side of the U S.S.K. In her struggle for peace." he told parliament. "To the warmongering threats of American imperialists, our country replies with increased work on reconstruction," HP S[>okc for a military budget of $140.000,000 compared to $85,000,000 last year. He said taxes for "the Army of peace" amounts to $4.41 per citizen compared to $75 in the United States, Read Courier News Want Ads. Handle Your Health With Care When Sickness Strikes, Bee Your Doctor - - And Remember Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 1 beaten egg 1-2 teaspoon vanilln 3 cups flour 1 cup preserves or jelly Scald the milk. Then put Into the hot milk the shortening, the sugar and the salt. Cool until lukewarm. 5ireak up the yeast cake and place it In this mixture. Stir until dissolved. Next beat the egg and place two teaspoons of beaten ceg in i. separate dish. Then add the rest of the egg to the first milk mixture. Add the vanilla and enough flour to make a soft dough. Knead lightly on a floured board. Place the dous?i> In a greased bowl, cover It and let rise until double in bulk. When the dough has doubled in bulk, divide it In halt for two ring iffee cakes. Roll out each half in an oblong about, one-half incii thick. Brush each with a little melted butter ami on them .spread the preserves or jelly as evenly as possible and the" roll the dough up lengthwise. Next, shape each ro'.l into a ring on a greased cookie sheet. Then with a scisors snip the ring almost to the center at intervals about two incites apart. Pull the ring and twist it slightly so n:; to open the snipped spots slightly. When the snipping and shaping is comlctcd, brush the top ol ' the dough with the bit of egg which was saved. Now let the dough rise until very light and then bake in a moderate oven (315 P.) for 25 minutes. II dcsiied, the coffee cakes may be frosted with plain confectioners' i-*iCup iluely chopped celery p tbsps. grated onion 3 bbspe. minced parsley J tbsp. lemon Juice J teasp. salt 1-4 t teasp. Tabasco i-2 teasp. dry mustard 1 Drain salmon. Add milk to sal- fhon liquid to make 3-4 cup. Breik Salmon Into flakes; add remaining Ingredients. Turn Into greased muffin pans. 2',4 Inches in diameter. Eak« In a moderate oven (350-375 IF.) for 35 minutes. Serve with mushroom sauce, or a cream sauce \vith one chopped .htird cooked ,»drled. YIELD: « serving*. frosting. To make it, combine 2 cups Mayrose SLICED DRIED BEEF SO QUICK TO FIX... "'MONEY-SAVING... AND DELICIOUS! Dried Beef and Macaroni Au Graiin . lted margarine un zzoa on gce. ran caroni and place on largo baking dish or plait™. Cover wiili cheeee Bauce and top with dried beef Brown »n moderate oven (350° F.) for 15 minul«i Libby s Sliced or Crushed PINEAPPLE No 2 can 33° ORANGEJUICE«ozean25 PET MILK 3 tall cans Liberty Cash Grocery's For Better Baking CRISCO 3± Spaghetti with Drief Be*f Sauce (R.cip. b«lo*-) Sweet Sour Bccu Raw Vegetable Salad [lettuce, ctlcry, onion, carrot) Sliced Bread Butter of Margarine Canned ApriciXs AfOTF: St»i«d ii»mt (mtil of thr wi«k ,9«ciil»> m »<* "ill ™t< tk» «"l- Spaghetti with Dried Beef Sauce BroadctiMti Mnrrh 12, 1949 Fresh Country EGGS Dozen 47 All Popular Brands CIGARETTES Ctn. t cup »hr«dd««l, dried b«f* Grade "A" LOIN or - FRESH . Crisp Carrots 2 bunches 15C Florida Oranges 8 ib bag 49c Seedless Grapefruit \: 49c Cellophane pack Spinach 'C (horn-nine CT " P lclle y y t.bUipoooi (lour 2oolc spaghetti tender in boiling watc and salt* Drain; rinse with hot water Cook dried beef slowly until edge: are brown in hot shortening. Sprinkle mixture of flour, dry mustard nnd pepper over beef. Stir m water; boil 2 •ninutca. Add apagJieiii and rcmaininr ingredients. Heat slou-ly, stirring until .-hccae meltA. Makes 4 servings. *Diccd bologna, lunch meat, cooVed smoked, ton RUB or ham be used if Vf cc.ispoon sail is added u-ith the (lour mixture. Yon Will >'.W: Pet Milk, can 13c Spaghetti, pkg lOc Dried Beef 41 c I-Ox. I'kff. H. & G. Extra select The Pause That Refreshes COCA-COLA 89c Case Chum SALMON Tall can 44c Steak ib. 76c aeon Plates ib.ISc sng - - ib. 18c - - - pt. 85c Shrimp — ib. 69c Hcil Brand Slab Bacon - ib. 39c Country Sausage • • ib. 35c Young Pig Liver • - - - ib.32c Jumbo LIBERTY CASH GROCERY Low Prices Everyday

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