Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 21, 1952
Page 9
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MOtTHWIST ARKANSAS flMIJ, tayitttvlllt, ArV«nwi, Tttilnday, HWtrary 11, Iff! Choice Recipes By CECILY BROWNSTONE Special Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Ingredients:'One 3-ounco package sharp natural choddar cheese, 2 tablespoons mayonnaise, '2 lable- ·poons.^broken pecan nutnieats, 1 canned 'drained pimiento, R slices bread, 2M: tablc'spuons butter or margarine. · Method: Have cheese r.t room temperature and put in mixing bowl; beat in mayonnaise with spoon until well combined. Add pecans. Cut pimienlo into mixture in small pieces; mix well. Make 4 sandwiches ol bread and cheese POWER CHAIN SAWS *285 oo f. O. 1. P O R T L A N D , OIEGOH 9ttttr$ Wtnttd! WOODBOSS. INC. 1800 S.E. UNION AVENUE PORTLAND U, OltEOON. filling using about 'I tablespoons of mixture for each sandwich. Melt half the butter in a largo skillet and grill one side of sandwiches in it; add remaining butter and turn sandwiches to (jrill other side. Cut each sandwich in -I triangles and serve at once. Pineapple-Cherry Tarts Ingredients: !i c u p - ( a b o u t 10) maraschino cherries, Hf · cups drained crushed pineapple, \? teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 2 tablespoons pineapple juice, M cup sugar, dash of salt, 1 recipe flaky pastry. Method: Cut maraschinr cherries into small pieces' with scissors or sharp k n i f e into bowl. Stir in Pineapple, lemon rind, lemon and pineapple juice, sugar and salt. Roll pastry on lightly floured pastry cloth or board. Lino (i m u f f i n pans with rolled pastry; trim and flute -edges. Spoon f r u i t m i x t u r e into each. Bake in hot (425F.) oven 20 to 25 minutes. ley, 1 teaspoon gait. I* sea scallopk (quartered), ?1 cup cooked shrimp, '-j cup cooked lobster meat. Method: Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly boiling water. Gradually add noodles so water continues to .boil. Cook uncovered stirring occasionally until tender. Drain in colander. Jn a saucepan melt butter over low heat, Add mushrooms and c o o k about 5 minutest Stir in soup, paprika, parsley, 1 lea- spoon salt and scallops. Cook 10 minutes stirring occasio: ally. Mix in lightly slirimp, lobster, and noodles. Heat thoroughly and serve in individual casseroles. Makes 4 to 8 servings. Maple Walnut Muffins Ingredients: 1V4 cups sifted flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, ; Ji teaspoon salt, 1 'igg, % cup maple-flavored syrup, Yi cup butter, or margarine (melted), 'A cup broken 'walnut meats. Method: Sift together flour, baking powder, and .salt on a piece of waxed paper. Break egg into medium-sized mixing low! and I beat just until yolk and white arc ed almonds, baked Much pastry Bhell. 'i cup sugar. Method: Mix 'j cup sugar, salt, cornstarch, und flour togclhcr thoroughly In top part of double boiler. In another .saucepan scald milk and stir slowly into dry ingredients Cook over boiling water until thickened, stirring constantly Bca! egg yolks ami i.tir rooked m i x t u r e into them. Return to top part of double boiler and cook over hot water 2 to .'! minutes longer, stirring constantly. Hemnvc from neat !nd stir in butter, vanilla nnd almond flavoring, apricots and almonds, reserving a few almonds for top of pic. Pour into bakeil nastry shell. Beat egg whites until j s t i f f . Add " cup sucar ur. j clu;illy, 'beating well after each"addition, lead over pie and sprinkle w i t h remaining almonds. Bahe in hot (-JflflF.) oven about fl · .inutcs or u n t i l lightly browned. Cool. Makes 0 to 8 servings. Green Lima Bean Salad ' Ingredients: 1 pac.rage f r o z e n ; h ; d b t -, , d green l, mi , bean,, V, cup fnicly mc|t( , d b ^ A(](j ^ dr ' y jn . . ·H ritii nUaU* ramtdy fur nlitf ol ceirghi 4M to mMl. It l«ri« good ... coty IB takf. WAIT'S GREEN MOUNTAIN COUGH S Y R U P diced celery, well-seasoned mayonnaise, romaine or lettuce leaves, 2 ' hard-cooked eggs, . canned drained pimiento. Method: Cook lima beans according to directions on package; drain well. Mix with celery and enough mayonnaise to well. Put romaine or lettuce o salad pjates; pile lima bean mixture over greens. Slice hard-cooked eggs and cut pimiento in strips and use for garnishing salads. Noodle Seafood Casserole Ingredients: 1 tablespoon salt, 3 quarts boiling water, 8 ounces egg noodles, Yt cup butler or margarine, Vi pound fresh mushrooms (sliced), one 10',4-ounce condensed cream of celery soup, 1 teaspoon paprika, J tablespoon minced pars- d butter. Add siflcri dry gradients and walnuts and stir only enough to moisten dry in- gcec'icnts. Fill greased m u f f i n pans about 2/3 full. Bake in hot (400F.) oven 20 to 25 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center of m u f f i n comes o u t clean. M a k e s lu '" | about 10 medium-sized muffins 11 ' Serve at once. Mrs. Clyde Parrish, former Wyis- low residents. Sunday services tur St. Stephen's Episcopal Church w i l l b? conducted at the home lit Mrs. 3, U. I'ngc at 3:30 p. in. by the iicv, C. ID. Lathrop of Fort Smith. A church dinner will follow the services. Mr, nnd Mrs. Albi-n Land and son ot Dodge City, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Lance Davis of Colorado are here to be w i t h John Land, father ol Mr. l.nml Mini Mrs. Davis, who Is a patient at Kaycltevillc City Hospital. The annual high school juninr- senior play will be presented Fri- day nir,ht at the t-rhou] auditorium. Kntitlcd "The Funny Brats,", the play will . h a v e n casl composed ol Patricia Pinks, Mary Ural. Gladys TuinliiiMin, Lel.i Smith, Tricla Ualet, Arllnc Unruh, Johnny .Shipley. Delford Caudle. Jerry need, Hilly Smith, and Bobhy Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Tern Jaycux im 1 viMtin:; their son-iii-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Mc- \VhorliM-, of Wcslncn, Tc.xns. They were accompanied to \Vct-.lnco by Mr. «tnd Mrs. McWhorter, who had been their guests here. Mrs. Claire I.obdcll has rc- turned from Sioux City, Iowa, Nineteen persons wer« present.? where she cpcnt Ihc winter. Mrs. Norman Aimer and Mrs. 1 r'rricfil Krause entertained Tues- .The telephone was first calf day w i t h a luncheon at Lakcvicw.I ratur. "m^mbrane-spea'xing". apjj Window ·Mr. ;md Mrs. John Clarke of Cnquille, Ore., who were recently married, wore guests last week of Mrs. Clark's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Parrish. Mrs. Clarke is the former Miss Mnxine Parrish, daughter of Mr. and s a potato Mortons? When it rains it pours PlAltl OH IODIZED · ················· · · ti ··· Just Imagine! A Genuine T A P P A N GAS RANGE FOR ONLY 195 159 Cy Carney Appliance Co. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 1728 Almond Apricot Cream Pie ( Ingredients: rup sugar, teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons corn- slarch, 2 tablespoons flour, 2Vi cups milk, 2 eggs (separated), 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, 1 teaspoon vanilla, few drops al :nond flavoring, 1/3 cup chopper sweetened cooked drieo^ apricots cup chopped roasted unblanch Don't be Fooled by Meaningless Advertising Claims. Try Mary land'Club, the coffee that's not afraid for you to test it, yourself! DON'T TAKE WORD FOR IT! Prove conclusively to yourself that only Maryland Club stands up to the exacting standards of better flavor, and greater economy, that you set yourself! . . . and as further proof MOffW if you don't agree! Only a coffee as positively superior as Maryland Club could make so dramatic an offer! DON'T TAKE ANYONE'S WORD FOR IT! Make Your Own Coffee Taste-Test! Get the flavor that tastes better to you! Make Your Own Coffee Economy Test! Get 10-15 more tups per pound! The list of distinguished hostesses, and the names of finer hotels and restaurants throughout the Southwest, who -prefer Maryland Club continues to grow. Here is further evidence that Maryland Club tastes better. And here is further reason to believe that Maryland Club has proved to be economical, too! S(C If you don't agree that Maryland Club lattri btllcr nt /«» casl icr cup--just return to us liy Marcli 1, 1962, the cnn-strip with your own twenty-five word tlatemcnl telling vhy you don't agree, and we II tend you · Money Order for one dollar In cash I Maruland Out* Coffee (^- ^ The (ilfee yyfi Mil if yn ewiei iH the eiflee to tk MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE WHEN YOU TAKE IT FROM THE FAIRWAY FLOUR Lb. 85 QXYDOL OXYDOL 22 '.nrgi Silt Pillsbury's 39* 5-lb. bag 10-lb. bag DREFT TISSUE ADMIRATION COFFEE Lb. 85 C BORDENSSTARLAC DEL MONTE CATSUP CHICKEN BACKS COCA-COLA - R.C. COLA - 7-UP DR. PEPPER-PEPSI COLA Sii Jet Roll Make* S Qts. Milk Box 5 6-Brmle Carton Cudahy's Gold Coin SLICED BACON ib39 Cut Up Tray Packed FRYERS Wrapped In Bacon LAMB PATTIES Size . . . GRAPEFRUIT Marth S*tdless. Each Large Stalks CELERY Grown in Florida. 2 Bunches 19 Large Bunches CARROTS bunch 6 l /2 Large Heads CAULIFLOWER ^ 25* We GiveSH Green Stumps Prices Good 'Fri. and Sot F. I. IKOOKS J. E. HOOKS

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