Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 14, 1952 · Page 11
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1952
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NU«IH»»T MKANSAS TM*$. f«y«M»vlll«. Tfcurtdoy, Nkn»«ry 14, IW1 -- , Choice Recipes By CECILY BKT)WNSTf)NE J eqch Coconut Pudding Ingredients: 2 cups milk, 0 ablespoons sugar, Vi teaspoon silt: · 3 tablespoons cornslarch, 1 «/2 GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland Bros, locktr Plant _--__ ep,«, 1 teaspoon v»nil!a, few drops almond extract, 'A nip heavy cream; 1 cup canned cling peach halves (drained and diced), '.i cu[j toasted shredded coconut, Maraschino cherries (if desired). Method: Scald milk in top part of double boiler. In snail bowl mix sugar, salt, and cornstarch thoroughly; stir in hot milk. Cook and stir over moderate heat until thickened; place over boiling water a'ld cook. stirrinj often, about 15 minutes longer. Beat egg lightly; bent about one-third of the cooked mixture into the'egg; now beat bad; into custard in top part of double boiler. Cook over hot water 2 minutes loBjer, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in SAVE ON SPRING DECORATING NEEDS COOK'S Great '/j . . . Ret- 21 c PATTERNS SAVE /i . . . , Rej. 34c PATTERNS SAVE V/ ... Ret 44e PATTERNS mTEIMST-lMMIT SAVE '/» ... " R«f. 54c PATTERNS SAVE Vt... . 74c PATTERNS top part o£ double sprinkle mixed dry [ HEAVYWEIGHT, FELT IASE 9x12 Ft. RUGS "-1 COLORS AND DtSIONS REG. _ $8.35 STURDY, 4-FOOT STEP LADDER Safety rod under *och Hep' REO. 79c SQ. YD. Yard foods HEAVWItHT-mT HK florals 'jlafllC GeomeMei ·^K*AV|Q Teilurtd ^^r ^§7 YD. . D/AMETH MIRROR . Cfyllol Cl.ot 5h«t Ol« Rcj 'Hi V A L U E $4.40 COOK'S EAST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 526 PAINT: vanilla «nd'ilmond *xt,-acl, Cool. Whip cream and fold into custard with ptachct and coconut. Spoon into sherbet glasses and chill. Before serving (ijnlsh. with maraschino Cherries If desired. Mikes 6 to 8 servings. Shrimp And Mushroom Shells . . . Ingredients: 1/3 cup nonfat dry milk, 0 tablespoons liour. li teaspoon dry, mustard, dash of white pepper, J',4 cups water, J table- spoonsspobns butter or margarine, one 5-ounce can shrimp, one 4- ounce can sliced mushrooms, 2 tablespoons butter or mi'igarlne (irieltei(),, li .cup fine dry bread crumbs. Method: In small bnvl mix thoroughly nonfat dry milk, flour, mustard, and pepper. Put water in boiler and ingredients over it; beat with rotary heater until just blended. Add li tablespoons butter and cool; o\cr boiling water, stirring constantly, until thickened. Stir in shrimp and mushrooms. Turn into 6 individual scallop shells. Mi;; 2 tablespoons butler and crumbs. Sprinkle over top of shells. Base in moderate. (360F.) oven until lightly browned and heated through-about 15 minutes. Serve at once. Makes 6 servings. Cottage Cheese Dessert Pancakes Ingredients: li' cup creamed cottage cheese, ^ cup commercially prepared sour cream, 2 eggs, Va C'JD sifted flour, U .teaspoon salt, l'/i teaspoons sugar, butter 'or margarine, cranberry-apricot jam, extra sour cream. Method: Mash 'coitage cheese ·\iiig through a fine sieve nil- 'Add H cup sour ci "ind eggs Beat with rotary b - n- tll thorougHly combine- ' In flour, salt, and sugar; .ly until dry ingredients are lied. Lumps will bake out ;. n- cakes vylll be more tentlei lot overbeaten. Melt enough buuc.' to make a generoys film on hot grid- rile arid bake pancakes, using a good tablespoon' of the batter for each. Turn pancakes when batter on top side' begins to appear dry : around edge arid add more butter J to griddle if necessary. (Pancakes; will be small and a pale golden color). Serve at. once (3 tn a portion) with cranberry-ar.ricot jam and extra sour cream. Makes 12 pancakes. f ently 5 minutes or until just tender. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in another nt-uvy saucepan; add flour and stir to blend well. Remove from heat. Pour liquid from peas Into I cup measure and fill with milk; add to butter-flour mixture gradually, stirring until smooth after each addition. Return to moderately low heat and stir constantly until thickened and bubbly. Add peas. Drain oil from tuna and rinse fish with hot water; add to white sauce and peas; breaking tunq with fork into bite-size pieces. Add salt and pepper to .taste and mix gently. Spoon into 3 individual hent-re- sistant class pie dishes (about 0 inches measured across top and 1 inch deep). Melt 1 tablespoon butter In skillet and stir in crumbs; sprinkle buttered crumbs over tops of tuna and peas. Place in hot oven or under broiler until very hot and crumbs are slightly browned; Makes 3 generous servings. Black Walnut Apple Crisp Ingredients: % cup sifted flour, i teaspoon 1 sail. 1 teaspoon' cinnamon, 1 cup sugar, V4 cup butter or margarine, 5 to. 6 medium- sized tart cooking- apples, ?i cup broken vacuum-packed black walnuts. Method: Sift together flour, salt, cinnamon, and sugar. With pastry blender cut in butter until fat particles are small and mixture is crumbly; set aside. Peel, core, and cut apples into 'eighths; then slice crosswise in thin fan- shape pieces to make 6 cups. Turn apples into baking pan (about l l x 7x1 H inches); sprinkle ^'ith black walnuts, then with crumbly mixture. Bake in moderate (350F.) oven 45 minutes or until a fork easily pierces apples. Cut in pan and remove to serving dishes with spatula. Serve warm with thin cream or chilled with whipped cream topping. Mikes I Krvlnfi, , Date Oatmeal Ingredients; 3 cups water, 'i teaspoon salt, 1'.4 cups qulck- cookinK rolled oats, ft cup sliced pitted dates. Method: Put water and salt In heavy saucepan and bring to » boll. Ad-d rolled oats and dates' and let bubble gently, stirring of-! ten,' for about 5 minutes. Cover and allow to stand for 5 minutes. Serve with brown sugar and light cream if desired. Makes 4 servings. NBC Decides Not To Televise Coronation New York-(/Pj-Tuc National Broadcasting, Company has decided against an attempt to lele- nst the coronation of Queen lizabeth to viewers in this coun- ·y. The plan would have been to clay the signals across the At- inlic by means of nlanes flying 50 to 300 miles apart, carrying light-weight microwave r«dlo relay equipment. The volcano in Hlbokhibok M o u n t a i n in the Philippine Islands wont through a five-year period of activity from 1871 to QUICK Sp*«dy, effective retltl from eowflK*. Liht o doctor'* pr*uriptlofl. Sotii- faction or your monty bock. 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T.nlc trmjr.mtik ft«*« fc*M giro to tofftrfy Ml.lll, prtr.4 I. lit. Scalloped Tuna And Green Peas Ingredients: V4 cup water, one 12-ounce package frozen gre^n peas, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 2 tablespoons flour, milk, one- 7-ounce can tuna, salt and pepper (to taste), 1 tablespoon 1 butter or .margarine, ',4 cup fine dry bread crumbs. Method: Put water In heavy saucepan and bring to a boil; add peas and if necessary break up will) fork to hasten thawing. Boll LADIES' HOSE Run me* YOU SHOPHfKC- Poir89c POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR, 2 for . . 23c DONALD DUCK ORANGE JUICE, 46-01. . 22c HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL, No. 2'/ z can . . 35c HUNT'S WHOLE APRICOTS, No. 2V? can . 29c HUNT'S PEACH HALVES, No. 2'/i can . . 2?c 0. T. SLICED PEACHES, No. 2/ 2 can ... 25c BEANS, Pinto or Great Northern, 2 Ibs. 25c SWIFTING SHORTENING, 3 Ibs. with coupon 75c SWIFT PREM, with coupon 39c GRIFFIN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 46-oz. 19c CAIN'S COFFEE, Ib SUNSHINE CRACKERS, Ib. . 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