The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1949 · Page 16
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*AGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1949 Fruit Salad Brightens Menu 'Meat of the Week' Provides Menu Variety Succe.ss in menu-planning is limpid than you think. H domes will] knowing a vaiiely of foods and learning lo serve all of them. One way lo be sure you know a variety ol (owls Li lo try at least one new food each week. Tilts is especially true of meat cuts. One new meat cut a week will not only provide you with niL-im variety but will Increase your repertoire of foods as well. Tills week try a beef arm steak, cut from the arm .side of the chuck, suggests neha staggs, home economist. Bnil.se it with water flavored with vincyar lor an unusual effect. Next week you might like to try a smoked boneless shoulder of pork. Roast it for a dinner meal, and slice the remainder to panfry for breakfast. On following weeks try .such cuts as shoulder lamb chops, butterfly ham .slices, veal round steak, lamb breast, for sluicing, and others. All are comparatively unfamiliar bill provide many good meals. Gnptfrntt UK* orance iteUom vitamin-filled winter salad. By Gaynor Mnddox NEA Staff Writer Sections of orange and grapefruits, combine* with other fruits, auch as apple/banana and avocado, put delight and needed vitamins into winter menus. Serve with your favorite dressing as a salad course. Or serve plain as a first course or as a refreshing dessert. These fruit cups start the meatless moal well. Salmon and 1'otalo Vie (6 servings) Two cups medium white sauce, 2 cups canned salmon, flaked, 2 cups sliced boiled potatoes. W teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon black pepcr, 1 'tablespoon minced celery leaves or parsley, pastry for ca.ssero!e Wp. paprika. Mix white sauce with the salmon and potatoes; season, add the parsley or celery leaves. Pour Into a greased baking dish; sprinkle lightly with paprika; cover with pastry top. Gash the pastry dccoratlvcly to let Hie steam out. Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees F.I 25 minutes. Note: If mashed potato topping is used, bake only 15 mnuitcs or long enough to brown the potatoes lightly. Tuna Fish With Macaroni (4-6 serving) One box macaroni (to serve 4>, boiling water, 1 cup medium white sauce, 'A teaspoon mixed msutard, teaspoon chives, U lei:.s|xx>n salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 1-4 teaspoon paprika, 1 tablespoon minced parsley, 114 cups canned tuna fish, flaked. Cook the macaroni as directed on the package. Mix the white sauce with tiie musUiKl, chives, season- Ings; combine with the macaroni. Pour half of the macaroni Into a greased baking dish; cover with Ric tuna fish. Then your the rest of the macaroni on top. Sprinkle with parsley. Bake in a moderate oven (375 degrees P.) until bubbly. This Lady has Surprise for her Family! Short Ribs Cited As'Homey'Meal Braising, Stewing Or Broiling Good Suggested Methods When some one says "short ribs." don't your earn prick up In anticipation ot » good, homey meal? Of course, they do, and they will even more when you try some or the newly-developed ways of serving short ribs. Spanish short ribs Is one wn> you'll want to try. To make these . »dd «llced onion and green pepper and a can ol tomatoes to the browned short ribs, suggests HebA Stages lood authority. Season with pepper and Worcestershire and cook until tender, about !'.•> to 2 hours. * Or you might cook the browner! short rib* with sauerkraut, thu combining two old favorites inlo I new and delicious twosome. DC vlled short ribs, too, nre good: n(i< sliced onion, dry mustnrd. ant" vinegar to the water used to cool the meat. So Jar these have nil been sug gestlons for braising, in which th meal is browned first in hot tn then cooked in a covered containe with a small amount of liquid unl" tender. Short ribs may also t cooked as a stew, in liquid to cove thus adding still more ways to ser\ them. The alternate layers of fat and lean In short ribs help acid extra flavor to any kind of stew you might choose. An old-fashioned "brown" stew, with a galaxy of vegetables Rtlded near the end of cooking time is always a good choice. Or you might' have a monotone stew, with all vegetables ot the same color. Short ribs are a natural for n "boiled" dinner, too. Add cabbage wedges, carrots, turnips and onions near the end of cooking time. for » meal that's tops in flavor. Mountain Home Youth lies of Wreck Injuries MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark.. Marcl 7—(/Pi—William Darren Wells, 20 ed in a Gnssville, Ark, hospitn esterday ol Injuries suffered whci is d.ir left the highway onri over urned near here Tuesday night. Wells suffered a .skull fraclur nd Internal Injuries. Survivors In hide his parents niul four brothers, 11 of Mountain Home. n a dozen con! mining coinmun- "lt Isn't thai they don't have any money. It's just that they spend before they get. It, They .set up uscfcceplng on credit mid It's only natural to pay for the mnrriogc the some way." Surprise Your Family This Weekend with these DESSERT TREATS FRIDAY & S/ -DAY ONLYI Fresh homemacU COOKIES » Molasses .. doz. 29c ft Oatmeal doz. 29c i Choc Chip doz. 35c PHONE YOUR ORDER TODAY CURT'S BAKERY Call 904 211 South 1st BUY YOUR MEAT from J.D.'S MEAT SHOP Armour's Big Hearted JP Enjoys "Pay as Con" Marriages INDIANA, Pn., March 17—<*T> Justice of the Peace Robert Smith who thinks "every mnn ought to be marled," furthers that belief bj taking hSs Ices on the InstMlmeni plan. Since setting up in business B neorby Homce Acres six years ago the 54-year-old squire hns perform eel marriages on the "pay as yoi can" basis for abut 150 bridegrooms "I get a big kick out of It,"" Smit said. 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