The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1953 · Page 14
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December 10, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN Bt.YTHEVltl.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Heat Roasting Time Vital for Good Turkey YOU CAN ROAST VOUK TDK- KEY to a turn this Christmas If you will pay attention to the temperature of the oven and the length of time the bird is In it. Here's R timetable, based on the latest research of a poultry test kitchen. But remember this is only a guide; differences among individual birds may necessitate a slightly increased or decreased total time. The pounds given represent the ready-to-cook weight of the whole bird, and in each case the oven temperature should be slow (325F) throughout the entire cooking period. Turkeys 4 to 6 pounds need 3 to 3\ hours roasting time; those 6 to 8 pounds 39i to 4 'A hours; those 8 to 10 pounds 4 to 414 hours; those 10 to 12 pounds 4& to 5 hours; those 12 to H pounds 5 to 5'A hours; those 14 to 16 pounds 5K to 6 hours; those 16 to 18 pounds 6 to 6!i hours; those 18 to SO pounds 6'/i to 7'i hours; those 20 to 24 pounds 7!4 to 9 hours. Now that the bird has been done right by. we suggest (hat you Poached Eggs Served Aloft Hours after Being Cooked THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1988 By OAVNOK MA1WOX NA Food and Markets IrMHor PARIS — tNEA) — Flying 350 miles an hour lilfili over the At- luntic Ocean on our way to Paris, we had tender poached cfjgs for breakfast. Thoy hiui been poached almost eight hours earlier at Gander Airport, Newfoundland. Eve Mariano, manger of food service for Trans World Airlines, flew with us a delectable cauliflower dish with it-[magic of the Here's the recipe; CAULIFLOU'KR AU GHA TIN liignxlirnis; l medium head cauliflower; 1 'L- cups medium crcitm sauce, 3 tablespoons diced canned pimiemo, 3 laljle.snoons diced >,>,rw.n jwpper, % tea-spoon salt, '.N t.ca- .spoon pepper, '/» teaspoon mep, cup soft bread crumbs, cup gritted chctlclar cheese, 2 table- and explained thi g(?s. At the Gander commissary they had been poached briefly, then dropped into ice \vater to stop their cookiny fur- tiicr. Next they were drained and 1 placed in each individual "las.s ciisserolc. Trays of these egg-filled casseroles were .slipped into the cooling compartment of the Aon- stcllation's galley. Half an hour flower into flowerets; before breakfast, the trays were transferred to an electric warmer. Miss Marinno, the first woman spoons butter or margarins Wash ana separate cauli- do not i'e-. move tender Inside leaves. Cook food .supervisor of nny airline, had in small amount ol boiling salted planned all the meals for our plane as well as for the 250 other TWA planes fly ing that day, from her water until Just tender. Drain; place in baking clisli. Mix cn;:mi sauce with pimiento, green pepper, .salt, pepper nnri nutmeg;, rour over cauliflower. Mix crumbs a n tl cheese; .sprinkle over sauce. Dot with butter. Bake in moderate (350) oven 10 to 15 minutes or until go-Men brown. Makes G servings. our hliih standards," she explain ed. "Then we freeze them i,:ul ship by air to our lood units where our planes t:ikc them aboard, restore tin'in and serve aloft. Ali salads arc prepared fro.'ih at the airpori.-; and kept in dry ice," Miss Mariano, daughter of a noted Italia in food p /or 700 t« the prepa million n Our An on our i JIMS a Pa consisted <:hef and highly trained •pumion, is responsible is of food a week and alion of three-and-a-half •;ils a year. )ax:;;ici')r Service dinner •turn flight (the mi'im i.s scene painted on H) of cocktails and aperi- Nutritous Omelet Mokes a Good Main Course This nuti'lUims and flavorful omelet makes a fine main course. OMLET WITH CHEESE- BACON SAUCE l In{fr('dIeiil.H:For S;iu<;e— % cup nonfiit dry milk pow.der. 3 tablespoons flour, ',-j teaspoon salt. l'/a cups vater. ',', pound grated process Ufa, an amazing array of hors d'oeuvres, consomme with tiny cheese straws, filet of sole with excellent sauce, stuffed squab, .shoe-string potatoes, French peas, rrisp lettuce salad, an elaborate cake, coffee, champaign and trays of fruit and cheese. Swiss cheese, 6 slices ' chopped C(/oked bacon. l''»r Omelet—1 : , cup water, 4 eijKs (beaten), ^ tablespoons nonfat dry milk powder, -i teaspoon suit, ',i teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons blAtor. Method: 'I'" Make .Sauce — Sprinkle nonfat dry milk powder, flour and salt over surface of water In top of double boiler. Beat until blended. Cook over hot water, stirring constantly, until sauce be- Slns to thicken. Add cheese and bacon; .stir until cheese is melted. To Make Omelet — Add water to ei'.&K; sprinkle nonfat dvy milk powder over surface. Beat until blended. Melt butter In 10-lncli skillet. Pour mixture , Into skillet and cook over medium heat until firm, about 6 minutes. 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Spoon into paper baking cups placed in 12 medium-size muffin pans, filling cups two-thirds full. Place ^ large or whole small lump of sugar in center of sach muffin. ! Mix 7i teaspoon mace, I 1 ,-: tea- i spoons orange rind and 1 table-1 spoon orange juice; dribble \~- teaspoon over each sugar lump. Bake in moderate (375F) oven 20 to 25 minutes. WILL YOUR HOME BE HOT AND COLD THIS WINTER? Let our experts -show you the comfort and cnsiialncss of heating with Natural Gas. Buy Now—Pay Later JEFF HESTER Plumbing & Heating Phone S217 Vi Century with Natural Gas in office •cypewrftett? ^;€^ 3 —— r7"" ;f ^^^ e s® Initinil-Set Margins automatic, accurate, fast! HEW Joucb responsive, feather-light! NEW "Write" clean, clear, uniform! NEW Kcylci'cr Action speed where it counts! This all-new Smith-Corona "Eighty-Eight" Secretarial is engineered for tireless touch, effortless speed and action, Try it! In your own office... Smith-Corona Don Edwards Co. I'hone 3382 Blylhcviile, Ark. 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