The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1954 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1954
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FAOCTVM BLYTHSVILH (ARK.) COURIER JCEWi THUB8DAY, MAY I, M64 Here's Idea for Food Shower for New Baby OLD-FASHIONED spice eake. fragrant as those remembered baking days. i& a wonderful dessert for Mother's Day. Spice Cake Is Perfect Mothers Day Dessert By GAYNOR MADDOX XEA Food and Markets Editor An old-fashioned spice cake, capturing many of the exciting flavors and aromas that made your mother's kitchen one of the most fascinating haunts of childhood, is a Baby Week Good Time By GAYNOR MADDOX Food and Markets Editor How long since baby's last checkup? How well is he eating And sleeping? These are timely questions, as this is National Baby Week, which has come to be the accepted time to take inventory of the nation's most important "crop." Minor troubles often can be checked in the early stages when the doctor has a chance to see baby. Also, regular visits provide an opportunity to divert Mother from' daily errors of routine that might quickly become habits. Doctors, nurses nutritonists, re- •earchers. agriculturists — all axe working to improve baby's diet. The story of baby's advance on the road to right eating shows less infant mortality, less infant disease, better growth, bigger smiles and appetites. l-hese are good days for mothers, thanks to the variety of foods that are available, scientifically strained or chopped, and packed especially for the Bib Brigade. The whole family will enjoy a molded gelatin salad or dessert made with those special baby fruits. Try this new recipe: Raspberry-Peach Dessert (Serves 5) One package raspberry-flavored gelatin, 1 cup hot water, 1 cup cold water, ^ cup strained peaches (baby pack). Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add cold water and chill until slightly thickened. Fold in strained fruit, mixing weH. Pour into serving bowl or individual serving dishes. Chill. For toddlers, serve plain. For adults, serve with tangy fruit dressing or French dressing, as salad. May be served with whipped cream or custard sauce as dessert. ' t Note: Try basic recipe witn other flavors of gelatin, other strain- e dor junior fruits. To mold, pour mixture into individual molds. Chill overnight. Glamour Sauce For Waffles- .Here's a new and glamorous sauce to serve over waffles. It's easy to prepare, too. APRICOT, BANANA AND HONEY SAUCE Ingredients: 2 tablespoons cornstarch, 1% cups canned apricot nectar, dash of salt, % cup honey, 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, 2/3 cup finely diced ripe banana. Method: Gradually add apricot nectar to cornstarch, stirring until •mooth each time. Stir in salt, honey and buter. Cook and stir constantly over moderate heat until thickened clear. Cool Stir in banana. Makes about 2# cups. Serve over waffle*. perfect dessert for Mother's Day dinner. Cinnamon and nutmeg from the East Indies, cloves from Madagascar and ginger from Jamaica, plus a luxurious frosting, make this a lovely tribute to Mother. t)ld-Fashioned Spice Cake Two cups (sifted) all-purpose flour, 2 teaspoons double-acting " baking powder, % teaspoon salt, ] /2 teaspoon ground nutmeg, % teaspoon ground cinnamon, *4 teaspoon ground ginger, fa teaspoon ground clove, 2-3 cup shortening. 1 cup sugar, 1-3 cup light molasses, 2 eggs, unbeaten; % cup milk. Heat oven to 375 degrees P. (Moderate). Sift together first 7 ingredients. Cream shortening and sugar together until fluffy. Blend in molasses. Stir in */4 cup of the flour mixture. Beat in eggs, one at a time. Add the remaining flour alternately with milk, beginning .and ending with flour. Beat batter \* minute. Bake in 2 well-greased, lightly floured, 8-inch layer-cake pans for 25 minutes, or until done. Cool 10 minutes before removing from pan. When cooled frost with seven minute frosting. Seven Minute Frosting 1 Two egg whites, unbeaten; iy z cups sugar, dash of salt, *4 cup water. 1 tablespoon light corn syrup, Vz teaspoon pure lemon extract. Beat together the first 5 ingredients in the top part of double boiler. Place over boiling water. Continue beating with an electric or rotary beater about 7 minutes, or until frosting stands in stiff peaks. Remove from boiling water, add flavoring and continue beating until stiff enough to spread. Recipe makes enough frosting to spread over tops and sides of two 8-inch layer cake. Storing Water Cress Wash water cress thoroughly in cold water and drain in a colander. Store it in a tightly covered jar in the refrigerator. Always rinse your egg beater under cold water right after you use It. Don't remove the cords from your rolled rib roast before it is set before the carver or the roast will fall apart. DOllAR-WISE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI „._ 129.95 Adams Appliance Co. Inc. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Frew Food Editor A spring baby shower on the calander for an expectant mother in your neighborhood? Then try a new idea — give her a baby-food party, so she won't be deluged with frilly miniature garments the newcomer will swiftly outgrow. Ask each person coming to the party to think ahead to Baby's needs when he arrives in this wide and yonderful world. Some of the guests can bring starting cereals, cans of stmined orange juice anc strained meats; Other guests can. bring cans or jars of strained vegetables and fruits. Eight-ounce bottles for formula and 4-ounce bottles for orange juice and water might also be included. If each guest put* a sticker on the container of baby food she brings, and adds the date and her own name, the guest of honor will enjoy the reminder when she feeds Baby. Other useful shower gifts along the feeding line are a small silver spoon, a baby dish and mug, and and sterilizing equipment for formula. And how about something for Mother herself? Why not a colorful smock or bed jacket to wear when she's giving Baby his meals? If party funds permit, present the shower gifts in a real bassinet sized for early sleeping needs and handy toting, both at home and outdoors. The bassinet can take on a party air with a wide ruffle of crepepaper. To make the bassinet ruffle, cut a strip of pink or blue crepe paper as deep as the bassinet, plus 3 inches to extend over the top. Be sure that the paper is long enough to go around the basket three times. Gather the paper on the sewing machine 3 Inches from one edge to form the top ruffle then attach it to the bassinet with thum tacks. Decorate the ruffled bassinet with a pink or blue satin ribbon bow and sprays of pink or blue flowers, choosing the color of the flowers to contrast with the bow.' Of course your shower guests have to be fed. Favorite kinds of sandwiches and coffee, with olives and nuts, are a good bet. For dessert, why not carry out the baby - food theme? Here is a recipe for a "baby-food sherbet. Put a scoop of each kind on each serving, and everyone will enjoy the variety. BABY FOOD ICE CREAM Ingredients: Vi cup sugar, 1 cup strained apricots with farina, Vz cup strained banana pudding, y z cup undiluted evaporated milk (chilled). Method : Beat sugar, apricots with farina and banana pudding together with rotary beater (hand or electric) until blended. Whip chilled evaporated milk until thick; fold into fruit mixture. Freeze, stirring occasionally, until firm. (Have refrigerator temperature control s»t coldest setting.) BABY FOOD SHERBET Baby Food Sherbet, served together, will make about 10 portion*. Baked Chicken Is Guesl-Pleaser Curry French Dressing Another . Good Party Dish By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Here are two recipes from our home files we think you'll enjoy. Both pleased our guests. Barbecued Baked Chicken (Yield; 4 generous servings) Two 214-pound broiling chickens 2 tablespoons butter, y 2 clove garlic, minced; V 4 cup finely diced onion. 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon salt, y 2 teaspoon sugar. 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, y B teaspoon Tabasco sauce, y s cup tomato catsup. 14 cup cold" water. Have meat dealer split chickens for broiling, removing backbones. Arrange halved chickens skin side up in shallow greased baking pan. Melt butter in saucepan and add garlic and onion. Let cook about 2 minutes over moderate heat. Stir in kitchen bouquet. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Brush sauce over chicken and bake in moderate oven (350 degrees P.) until chicken is ender, about 1 hour. After 30 minutes baste chicken with pan drippings. Serve .with buttered tiny onions and peas. Garnish with radish roses in cucumber rings. Curry French Dressing (Yield: 1 J^Cups) One-h a 1 f teaspoon salt, y 2 teaspoon paprika, % teaspoon powdered dry mustard, J / 2 teaspoon curry powder, V 8 teaspoon ground black pepper, y 8 teaspoon- garlic powder, 1 teaspoon grated onion, 1 cup salad oil, 1-3 cup cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 small egg white. Combine first 8 ingredients; let stand 1 hour. Add remaining ingredients and beat with rotary or electric beater until thickened. BabiesTodayHaveBig Food Variety By GAYNOR MADDOX NJEA Food and Market* Editor National Baby Week began May 1st, and this is a good time to give serious thought to the modern baby's diet Today's fast-growing baby gets acquainted with a variety of foods very early in life, under the doctor's watchful and approving guidance. Today, at three months, the spoon-fed pioneer knows more foods than the year-old child Here's New Style For Old Favorite Ingredients : 1 cup strained plums with tapioca, ^ cup cherry juice (drained from a No. 2 can pitted red sour cherries), & teaspoon almond extract, Vi- cup sugar, 2 eggs whites (stiffly beaten). Method : Mix strained plums with tapicoa, cherry juice, almond extract and sugar. Pc*d into a freezer tray and partially freeze. (Have refrigerator at coldest setting) Remove to a chilled bowl and beat until firm. The Baby Food Ice Cream and MACARONI -SPAGHETTI >URt gft<» NOODLES Eggs baked this way look elegant and taste delicious. NEW-STYLE BACON AND EGGS Ingredients: For each serving—2 slices bacon. 1 tablespoon cream, 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons grated cheddar cheese, Method: Cook bacon in skillet over low heat until ligthyl browned but not crisp; drain on paper towel. Butte rindividual shirred egg dish or six-inch heat-resistant glass pie dish; pour in cream, break eggs over cream; sprinkle with cheese; place strips of bacon over cheese. Place in slow (325F) oven until eggs • are as firm as desired and bacon crisps Piles' Pain Grieved Him This Relieved Him: H« discovered pain-soothinjr. pile-shrinkini: TM (Thornton ft Minor) Ointment formula, developed by doctors at America's leading rect«]-Bi>ccialist hospital! So fast, soothing. safe these doctors use TM Ointment for relief of patient* who com* to them for surgical treatment. Worka wonders for simple cases. As)c di-UKcist for TM (Thornton * Minor) Rectal Ointment »nd Snppositori«»—11-00 tab* or packac*. QUICK QUIZZES by, fjjw&inocd What's gre»t with mustard, ervea on * bun — Hi You'll hav« & treat For old and young * Frankly, th« answer must b« Evergood Frankfurters. They're plump, tender and juicy. Bu at your grocers. Stay Beautiful avoiding j Monthly took Whr took oUtr. worn out. Jittery for t or t fey* «M* Month? Why let twybody kfl«* y*«r "Mm" to IWK? ThouMuute of MMft Clrik JM4 *wn«ii t*k« A little C*ntai «Mk 4»r to Mp build »«w cMcrtr wnd JUtHMHrTlHf fcJfc, ftet,*lM» better, feel IIM iw4 bM mmtr weh month, fom* «ren g» ffcMNvh ptrto* withovt pfcin after a wfcBfc itur fc**tr •!' MOMh-a*k your CARDUI i WNPK * WL • wWB^Brw .Lira YAZOO Rotary Mowers Mow Faster •Cleaner* Cheaper There are several iModels to choose from. Ask your Dealer to give you a demonstration. Satisfaction Guaranteed. —IXCLUSIVI DISTRIBUTORS— ARK. GROCER CO. ILYTHEVILLE, ARK. PHONE 4505 Southern Pride Pecan Pie Has Rich Flavor Three reasons why you'll make Southern Pride Pecan Pie your specialty for family, friends, and parties: its rich, nutty flavor . . . its creamy, dreamy texture that melts in your mouth . . . and its really magnificent party-going look. So easy to make, too, with Syrup and Corn Starch. Try it now. 3 eggs, well beaten % teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons corn starch 2 cups waffle syrup l /z cup pecans 1 (9-inch) unbaked pie shell ; Combine well-beaten eggs, salt.i vanilla, corn starch, syrup and pecans; mix throughly. Pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake in hot oven (400 F.) 45 minutes or until a silver knife inserted in the center of the filling comes out clean. Makes 1 (9-inch) pie. dreamed of 25 years ago. The baby-food Industry keeps pace with the thinking of doctors. It develops new foods, and keeps constant vigilance over color, texture and nutritive value of familiar favorite*. There are now more than 60 strained and junior foods on the market. Milk and milk products, meats and fruits are needed daily to supply the materials for health and growth of infants and adults alike. The new recipes below are designed for the good health and appetite of the littlest member of the family, but adults, pausing to taste, may well linger to "clean up the bowl." Kiddy Custard (4 servings) One cup water, y 2 cup nonfat dry milk, 1- tablespoon sugar, 2 eggs, y 2 cup strained pears, " : teaspoon vanilla. Pour water into bowl. Sprinkle nonfat dry-milk powder and sugar over the surface. Beat with rotary beater until just blended. Add eggs. Beat well. Gradually add milk mixture to strained pears. Stir in vanilla. Blend well. Pour into 4 custard cups. Place in pan of hot water one- inch deep and bake In a moderate oven (350 degrees P.) 35-40 minutes, or until knife inserted near center comes out clean. Remove from water bath to cool. Cream of Pea Soup (Four */2-cup servings) One third cup nonfat dry milk, J 2 tablespoons flour, iy 4 cups wa- EBERDT'S Friday & Saturday Specials Fresh GROUND BEEF Ib 290 Jack Sprat HOT DOG RELISH jar 250 Kraft's MUSTARD Jack Sprat SWEET PICKLES Pt 330 Royal Gem CATSUP 2 ^ties 250 PORK •• jar 100 BACK BONES Princess GRAHAM CRACKERS 290 Nabisco ' VANILLA WAFERS pkg 250 Sunshine Hydrox COOKIES Pkg 250 Make Good Jelly CURRANtS Pkg 190 Package of FAB Free A J AX CLEANSER 2cans 250 Junket—Dessert Bowl Free ICE CREAM MIX 2pkgs 270 Jack Sprat Whole GREEN BEANS can 240 Jack Sprat CROWDERPEAS 2 _290 Jack Sprat No. 1 can PORK&BEANS 3for 250 Bonus DOG FOOD 2cans 150 Coffee Shop lb. 1 09 COFFEE Yellow ONIONS Large Stalk CELERY ..100 2 Ibs. 90 Lower Prices •Self Service Plenty of Free Parking ter, 1/2 cup strained peas, 2 tablespoons butter. Sprinkle nonfat dry-milk powder and flour over the surface of the water in the top of double boiler. Beat with a rotary beater until just blended. Cook, stirring constantly, over boiling water until thickened. Stir in strained peas and butter, and cook one or two minutes longer to melt butter. Serve immediately. over moderate heat with a fort until very hot. Make* 4 fervings. ote: tfto % cup raw rtee wil Note: V*. to J /3 cup raw rice wlU yield about 1 cup steamed ric«. New Rice Idea: Bacon-Style Use long - grain or converted type rice for this good dish. BACON-STYLE RICE Ingredients: 4 strips bacon, % cup finely diced onion (1 medium- , size), 4 cups steamed rice, 2 table- 1 spoons soy sauce. j Method: Cook bacon in large skil- j let over low heat until crips; drain on absorbent paper; crumble fine. There should be about 2 tablespoons bacon fat in skillet; add onions to it and cook, stirring often, until yellowed. Add rice and' soy sauce; stir constantly Serve RONCO spaghetti • macaroni pure egg noodles MATTRESS SALE Your old Mattress is worth $20.00 on a new one . . • C. Hubbard&Son FURNITURE CO. Phone 3-4409 SUPER MARKET Phone 3-9910 FREE Salad Plate With Each $5.00 Purchase r , white, i% 14 oz. 4 Crf Yellow or Devils Food* pkgs ^wp HAKFMIY VHImfc IfllA APPLE JELLY rcrWo 1 , 5 290 SALAD DRESSING Ma > fie ' d Cream Style 4 l 2 303 eans p aC k cans GREEN BEANS DOG FOOD BonusBrand VIENNA SAUSAGE Snacktime 2 PETMILK 290 ^ 250 COFFEE EGGS 333 Brand Freshly Lb. Ground Pkg. Southern Daisy Ground.... Factory Pack ^^^••H 3 25 Doz. Ibs. pi. or s.r, I bag 890 •198 DRY MILK Sanalac Makes 10 qts Un I miLH 2 10 oz. Tumblers Free ALL DRINKS WRh . Bott - .... CASE 890 QUALITY MEATS Govt. Graded GROUND BEEF ^1^13 Ibs 87d II CyO Special for Mother's Day mr. Ilk Hi) Fresh Dressed & Oven Ready . . . . lb. TU0 C A IK A AC PU™ Pork— Country Style 0 100 if ffllf VfflMk seasoned just n>ht ____ lh s STEWING BEEF Rib or J rr . Lean Brisket /.fcs. Bone/ess, 76. FRESH PRODUCE LETTUCE £tr 2 head CABBAGED™ lb 40 POTATOES USN ^ Red 50 h f g F GRAPEFRUIT EL 4 £"190 FROZEN FOODS PI PC Morton's Delicious Deep Dsih TIN Apples, Peach & Cherry ... OKRA Th :: fti : p ^ 10 P £ 190 7t Pay$ to Stop wffh May*"

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