The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
Page 12
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PA01 TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKTER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1954 Old Favorite Apple Pie Gets New Trimmings By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor HERE'S A NEW WAY to make that old favorite, apple pie. The oatmeal crust, with its nut-like flavor, is rolled out to fit individual tart pans. Then a rich brown sugar and custard-type filling goes over layers of tart apples. A cinnamon stick is inserted in the center of each pie to help keep juices from bubbling over. When your pie comes from the oven, them all on beautifully individual baked, put pie plates. Garnish each plate with a "love apple" and a few huckleberry or other small green leaves. To make the "love apples," roil a spoonful of sharp soft cheddar cheese between the palms of your hands gether flour, salt and sugar Into bowl. Cut in shortening until mixture resemoies coarse crumbs. Add rolled oats and mix lightly. Add water a little at' a time _ mixing lightly until pastry can be'formed in a ball. Let rest 5 minutes. Divide pastry in half; divide one half into 6 parts. Roll each of the until slightly larger than tart pan. Place in tart pans; trim edges. (Remaining pastry Is crust.) For the filling, for peel top and core apples; slice thin and place slices in pastry-lined pans. Mix together sugar and flour and combine with eggs, water, salt, butter and vanilla. Pour filling over apples. Divide remaining pastry into to form a small ball; dip sides in paprika for a pretty _ r pie blush and stick a clove in the. f^ser ~ . • , I Viy»1n \ top for a stem. INDIVIDUAL APPLE PIES INGREDIENTS: For crust — 2 cups silted flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons sugar, % cup shortening, 2/3 cup uncooked rolled oats (quick or old-fashioned), to % cup cold water. For filling — 6 cooking apples, 1 cup firmly- packed brown sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, 2 eggs (lightly beaten), y 2 cup water, VB teaspoon salt, tablespoons butter or margarine (melted). *4 teaspoon vanilla, 3 cinnamon sticks. METHOD: For the crust, sift to- floured board until slightly than tart pan; cut a small hole in the center of each. Lay pastry over filling; fold top edge Children Like Cookies for After-School Snack By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Market* Editor When the youngsters r u s h in from school hungry, have a quick- energy snack ready for them. Mrs. Carl Steiner of Highland Park, near Chicago, HI., gives us the recipes she uses for her two young and hungry students. These recipes use margarine, which today is composed of 80 per cent vegetable fat, pasteurized skim milk, salt and vitamin A. Oatmeal Crispies (Yield: S dozen cookies) One and one-half cups sifted all- purpose flour, 3 cups quick-oooking oatmeal, 1 cup margarine. 2 cups sugar, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, J / 2 cup chopped nuts, 1 cup seedless raisins, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice. Combine flour and oatmeal. cup of the sugar until fluffy. Blend in soda and salt. Beat in 1 egg. Gradually add the remaining sugar, mixing until creamy after each addition. Beat in remaining egg. Stir in nuts, raisins, lemon rind and lemon juice. Gradually add flour and oatmeal mixture. Chili 30 to 40 minutes or until stiff enough to handle. Shape into 1-inch balls. Place on greased cookie sheets. Bake 12 to 15 minutes Crab Dish Is a Good Meatless Dish By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor For any time you want mouthwatering meatless dishes, here are two from Betty Frascella of Trenton, N. J. She married a man with the tradition of fine tlalian dishes and he taught her how to cook them. Crab Croquettes With Macaroni (Makes 4 servings) One-quarter cup butter or margarine, V\ cup all-purpose flour, 1 cup miMc, 2 6{Bounce cans crabmeat, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, & cup fine dry bread crumbs, & cup chopped celery, 1-3 cup chopped green pepper, 1 teaspoon salt, y 4 teaspoon pepper, y s teaspoon thyme, 1 egg, slightly beaten; fine dry bread crumbs, fat, 1 tablespoon salt. 3 quarts boiling water, 8 ounces elbow macaroni (2 cups). Melt butter or margarine over low heat; add flour and blend. Gradually add milk and cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Drain crabmeat and remove bony cartilage. Combine white sauce, crabmeat, lemon juice, Viz cup bread crumbs, celery, green pepper, 1 teaspoon salt, pepper and thyme; mix well. Divide into 8 portions and shape each portion into a croquette shape. Dip in slightly beaten egg: and roll in fine bread crumbs. Fry in deep fat (375 degrees )about 1 minute, or until browned. Meanwhile, add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly boiling water. Gradually add macaroni so that water continues to boil. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender. Drain in colander. Place croquettes on top of macaroni on heated serving platter and pour lemon-butter sauce over all. Lemon-Butter Sauce Melt 34 cup butter or margarine over low heat. Add 3 tablespoons lemon juice and few drops Tabasco; mix well.. Heat to serving temperature. under bottom edge; seal and crimp edges. Break cinnamon sticks in half and insert one half through center hole in pastry and push into filling. Repeat for other five tarts. Bake tarts in a hot (400F) oven about 40 minutes. Serve hot. Makes 6 small tarts. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT USE A KERATOLYTIC BECAUSE— It SLOUGHS OFF' the tainted outer skla to expose burled fungi and kills It on contact. Get this STRONG, kera- tolytlc fungicide. T-4-L. at any drug store. IT not pleased IN ONE HOUR, your 40c back. Now »t Klrby Bros. Drug. Here's a trick to keep in mind when you are making potato pancakes. After you spoon the potato mixture onto the skillet or griddle, flatten the pancakes with the back of a spoon. This will make them thinner and crisper. DO CRAMPS give you that monthly look? Why lit Uli-till minor, "RIIVIS" draw in your tyts? Does your mirror show an older-lookinc. •worn-out, nervous face during your "bad days?" Why let men see that you are suffering from monthly cramps? Try a little Cardui each day as thousands of women do. Let it help build strength and resistance so you have less and less misery each month. Some go through periods without feeling any discomforts at all. Also helps relax jittery nerves—sleep better. Look, fee!, act younger, more normal all month. Ask for C&rduL (Say: "carot-vou-cye"). MONTHLY CRAMPS CHANGE OF LIFE CARDUI IHEUMATIC AKTHfimC VICTIMS laUric Cottad Tabtot. ood ftrwtn from . nauMttt. Reduces uric acid, k, lontff lutinr relief to deep. j*it». Grt main* A.R. Pain dEBY DRUG STORES Complete Maintenance —SERVICE— . B«df• trimming, Bedding. Matching, Praning, •praying. FertfUzfeif. Coll 3-8822 BlytheviHe Nursery EBERDT'S Friday & Saturday Specials CHILI Reelfoot stick OAIID Campbell's Vegetable LEMON JUICE RMl : mon IFLL 0 AU flavor * KARA Red can 8 oz. size 450 120 220 50 190 GROUND BEEF Fresh LB T6MATOES sard03 ca n 100 WHITE CORN DILL PICKLES ** SPrat ....«.300 CRACKERS Prin r Ib 230 SHREDDED WHEAT Nab ! sco Pkg 190 COOKIES ™ tae . Hj ' de . park .... P kg. 450 MIRACLE WHIP ^ Qt 490 PREAM FOT Co "!! 290 PECAMS . J : arge . p ! p : r .. sheu , b .250 APPLE JELL I Bagwell's .... 24 oz. vUp MACKERELS ;.„....; c an 230 TUHAFISH Sa : AU 220 TOILET SOAP jCTgensB ! th .! iz 2 e b^ 190 TOILET TISSUE Chttm : n 4 r o,, s 350 BABO can 100 GRAPEFRUIT ^ 50 BANANAS Goldtn ib. 100 •lower Prices •Sell Service • Plenty oi Free Parking in a preheated moderate (350 degrees P.). Rich Fruit-Nut Cooklet (Yield: 1^ dozen cookies) Three and one-half cups sifted all-purpose flour, li/ 2 teaspoons double-acting baking powder, y 2 teaspoon salt, 1 cup margarine (2 sticks); 2y 4 cups sugar, V 2 teaspoon pure almond extract, i/ 2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract, 2 eggs, unbeaten; 4-ounce package pijtted dates chopped; 1 cup seedless raisins, y<, cup chopped nuts, 1-3 cup milk" pecan halves or glazed cherries for garnish. Heat oven to 375 degrees F (moderate). Sift together first 3 ingredients. Cream margarine and 1 cup of the sugar together until fluffy. Beat in flavoring extracts and 1 egg. Gradually add the re- oven inaininK sugar, mixing until creaky after each addition. Beat in the remaining egg. Stir in dates, rasms and nuts. Add flour mixture alternately with 'nilk. gar, m ix i n g until creamy after each addition. Beat in the remaining egg. Stir in dates, raisins and nuus. Add flour mixture alternately with milk. Drop from teaspoon onto lightly greased cookie sheets. Top each with a glazed cherry or a pecan half, if desired. Bake 12 minutes or until edges have browned. Note: If raisins are too dry, steam in a sieve over hot water until moist and plump. Read Courier News Classified Ads Tips When you are measuring honey, | use a moist or greased cup or spoon. If your honey has crystallized ( place the container of honey in a bowl of hot water and stir occasionally until all the crystal* have melted. The teen-age gang at your hause planned to pop corn at their next party? then remember this arithmetic; a cup of uppopped corn will make about fiva cups after it's popped. RICH IN FOOD RONCO What is sliced fresh Every day — Means tempting meals The easy way? Everfood flavor-rich the answer to quick meaU with taste appeal. some at your grocer*, FOOD REDEEM YOUR Sfctetf Biscuit Syrup Coupons Now 1 EGGS Fresh Country, Do*. ROCKET 2 Large Boxes.. POP CORN CR1SCO LB. BAG (Limit 5 Bags) 1C CURTIS, 15 OZ. WRIGLEY'S GUM 2 Packs Go/c/crest 2 Lbs. SUGAR 3 Toll Cans 10 Lbs. Large Angel Food CAKE 39c Golden Rich OLEO ib. 20c Fresh From White River CATFISH Lb, Boneless Spoonbill CATFISH STEAKS Lb. U. S. Choice Prime RIB ROAST Lib. From Swift's Premium Beef TBONE STEAK Lb. The Best CLUB STEAK Lb. Streak-o-Lean SALT PLATES Pan Ready—in 5 Lb. Boxes FRYERS Skinless WIENERS I Lib. Ce//o. That Good Kind—By the Piece BOLOGNA •••MMMBi LARGE GREEN PEPPERS WITH TOPS TURNIPS FRESH CORN 6 - 25c Richardson's Of THE WFEK Stuffed Eggs In Chtesii Sauce 4 hard-cooked «**• 2 Tablespoons well-drained, pickle relish 2V4-oz. can deviled ham V4 teaspoon i*lt 1 cup grated American dtettt Vi cup Pet Evaporated Milk y* teaspoon dry, mustard Yg teaspoon salt 4 slice* crisp tout Cut eggs into halves, lengthwise. Ttlct out yolks and mash in a bowl with fork. Save whites. Mix thoroughly into the mashed yolks the pickle relish, deviled ham and 14 teasp. salt. Pile equal parts into egg whites. Mix in a saucepan the cheese, milk, mustard and V6 teasp. salt Cook and stir over low heat until cheese is melted and sauce is smooth. Put eggs on toast Serve hot sauce ortt them. Makes 4 serving RICHARDSON'S

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