Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 9
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April 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Choice Recipes 9* CECILY BtOWNBTONt · Aoricot Molrl s: '/, cup drained or- i aiiae'juice, ] envelope unflavorpd zelalin, one 12-ounce can ( I ,, cups) apricot nectar, 1 tablespoon : lemon juice, whipped sweetened ; evaporated milk or cream. ; Method: Measure orange, juice . in cup; sprinkle gelatin 'n'ver it to soften. In a saucepan Jieac apti- cot nectar until almost boiling Stir 'softened gelatin into nectar until thoroughly) dissolved. Stir in lemon Juice. Pour into 4 one-hall cup size Maryjane-lype molds; chill until set. Unmold and Jill indentation on top wilh whipped sweetened evaporated m i l k or cream. Makes 4 serving. tary beater, beat together. Add ejrc yolk and beat agaiti to mix welt, Beat-in oil a-few drops -at a time until about halt of 'oil it used; then a'dd remaining ol\ * table* spoon at a time, making sure each amount is well beaten in before next is added. Beat in cider vine- Sar. Mayonnaise should be thick enough to bold its shape. Makes about I cup. Macaroni And Peos Ingredients: T cup .raw elbow i macaroni, ] cup cook'ed drained peas, 1 tablespaan butter or mar- Sarfne. i tiny clove or sliver n f ! wrlir (if desired), salt and w h i l e pepper MO laslc). -Method: Cook macaroni accord-, 1 ing^to standard procedure; drain in cjlander, rinse wltn hot water, and drain well again. Wash out saucepan the macaroni was cooked in; return macaroni. to it. Add peas and butter. If K arlic is used, crush or put through press; add tn macaroni with salt and pepper to Isste, and. reheat, stirring often. Makes 4 servings. Olive Oil Mayonnaise Ingredients: % teaspoon salt, ',i teaspnnn sugar. Vi teaspoon dry mustard, ] teaspoon paprika, 1 lahlespoon tan-agon vinegar, J egg yolk, ) cup olive oil, i tablespoon Spinach-Stuffed Tomatoe Ingredients: 4 medium-sma tomatoes (aboul i pound), '/£ cooked well-drained c h o p p e spinach, ',4 cup commercially pr pared sour'. cream; · 1 teaspoo finely-grated onion (pulp an juice I, '.i teaspion salt, freshlj ground pepper''(to taste); Method: Wash and dry toma toes. Cut slice off top of eac] w i t h small sharp knife cut aroun lop so as to remove inslflcin dee wcdsc-shaped plug. With sma teaspoon or fingers remove seed from remaining wall of tomatoes turn upside down to drain. (Sav scooped-oul tomalo Yo use in sou or sauce). Mi: spinach wilh sou cream, nnion, salt, and plenty o peupcr. Fill tomatoes"w*ilh"spiiiacl mixture, usins 2 rounded table spoons for each. Bake in shallow pan in moderate '(37.1 F.) oven about 12 to 15 minutes--until jus heated through and tomatoes are partially cooked. Makes 4 servings. _--_ Apple Rings . Ingredients: 2 large Rome Beau P , ,, S ; I V '" USar ' TM US 1 ir ,TMnV nd . Dragon v,ne- 1 m iml) |] deep.bmvl; w,lh ro- ! ty apples (about -I- pound); tablespoons butter or margarine, riash of salt, 2 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons watsr. ' : Method: Wash and dry apples; core without peeling. Slice each app|e , n j n 4 r . re ' movi of » cel fr TM top of end slices. In I 0 - i l l c h skillet P ut butter - »», su8ar ' a n d ' tablespoon 'of the water; stir over low heat until huttcrj., melted and surar is dis- COOK'S IHVEHTORY CIEARANCE COVERING Many Items Sloshed to Cost! ·BMIfIMN Of ITOK ·'TM*-* 6 ' 1 ' oiWMKPllHl f iff* Rugs JESST $795 M» InH-Enomtl Print £,,. " 9 x 12-Ff. Rugs TM^ f »» t 095 left Boi»-£nomtl Print | o . " Felt Base Yard Goods CO kl .- 11 * i . , ·«»·»! N«*i*n«Hy ff/vertis;!/- 1 ?' l'/!h. S«, V n '. »M'V^' Wall Covering ^ U 7^ 11 AC M" WiH»h-P«neh O n l y . . . ; . . . . S,. fi. ""*T Kenlile Asphalt Tile V4" Thiek-Assorttd Colors. En. 3-7.».n(» Inlaid Tile Standard Wt. Jasp* Oetiqn £a, Patterned A Linoleum Remnants .39 hit BOM, ».«t. Wid. j q Yd 16c Standard Wt. Linoleum 198 Choic* Marbleizod ar j o , p)( », rn Jq yj · Household Wl. Linoleum |48 Jlair Nosing 17 COOK'S PAINt^ '*tit fnr Vrar ,,4 W,*tfcr» 8AST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 526 sohred. Add apple rint«, pultln dof-or two ,in,« «i top of other ·licet If necessary. Cook about minutes, until partly tender. Wit wide spatula turn rings, putun nnii that were on top on bottom Sprinkle remaining tablespoon ; « water around pan; cover tightly »nd cook, about 5 minutes more o until rints »re tinder hut nc mushy. Remove apple rinjs t serving plate, increase heat to moderate'and cOoK uncovered a few seconds until syrup in pan i reduced about one-half. Pour re maining tabpespoon or two o syrup over apple rings. Serve a once. Makes 4 servings. Savory Cheese Soufllc Ingredients: 4 tablespoons butter nr margarine, 4 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon sa!t,.',4 teaspoon dry mustard, Vi teaspoon paprika. 1 'teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, dash of cayenne pepper, IVi cups milk, y pound medium-sharp cheddsr cheese (grated), 6 eggs separated)? ' Method: In saucepan melt h u l - cr over low he»t; add flour, sail, mustard, paprika. Worcestershire, and cavenne and stir in blenc well. Remove from heal; add m i l k [radually, stirring until smooth tier each addition. Return to moderately low heat and cool nd stir constantly until thick- ned:' Reduce heat to low, add hoese and stir vigorously unti melted. Remove from heat and et aside. With rotary beater, beat lg whites until stiff but not dry; ithout washing beater beat yolks or a minute or two. With' spoon, leat yolks well into cheese mix- ure. Slowly pour cheese mixture nto beaten whites, lowing in as on do so. Turn into greased 2- uart casserole.' With a teaspoon raw a line around the mixture, ] ch from edge of casssrole, so a ght track'is'left. Bake In slow OOF.) oven" 1',4 hours/Serve at Ice.'Makes II servings. TIMil. Winslow . · Ue Glovfr * r « vlsltin « Mr - r*. Irene Canady. h ! !«« returned K . rne I5 home after ipending two ki in a Fort Smith hospital. (A to wwki ' 3o1 C ' Cenler y tnd · loy ' »H«nded -y«ldinf anniversary din- ntr °J M': Center* parents, Mr. ¥"· S. C. Center « Stifwell - Other guests included Mr ind Mrs. Leonard Center of Wins"*'' VD "-l d Mr »- Sheton R«- i rn ?. f P , r ^ ri ' Grove . ·"· Mr. and «r.. Earl Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Javis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Redfem, all of Stilwell. ,,««. R. C. Nickel! and Mrs. Callie StockhurRcr were patients It the layetlpvillc City Hospllal f, and County Ho«plta! lait week. ^Fred SUuffcr h.i returned to California with hi, ton and d.ugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stauf. fer, who were called here last Mr. and Mrs. Clint Reed Wl i Monday tor Eunice, N. M. Their i daughter. Mrs. lona Si. Albany and son, Ronald, returned lo theii home at Russell, Kan.' MM. Bemice Beadle of Little Rock is visiting afthe honTe oTher sister, Mrs. Ida Mulr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sparkman and son have returned to their ·.? m '«' P enl TM. Texas, alter visiting Mr. Sparkman's parents, Hi. and Mrs. Vandiver. Winslow Republicans met Sal- ·day at the school to selec candidates for town and township officer... Candidates are: Frank Sehnurn and Alvis Center, men; John Mugley, ronitable; and Adam Reed and Connor Osborne. juatice of the peace. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wll- lami and children of Shreveport La.. W«T weekend visitors here and 1 at . Mrs. Carl Heed ha* returnH hoiine »(ter (pending'three dava wlttJ.refativM at Tulsa, Okla. i hi IM ·IIMfS.-it n*M. 'k "durni Voter* Tueida-y ap»revtd (nitzl- latlon of parking fmrten, M* t« Wl. The. election WM'th* third on the p»rfcln« mater IntM. YOU CAN'T FOOL * PIECRUST! »' ·"*»·« | 0 ,,.'.,,'. cr ««" " t, nd " C « y i r fs TNI SHOiriMWa IN TMf WOMPI ·' ' · ,"' ' · r*...A \.- i... -f. All Roads Lead To Hensley Market Independently Owned and Operated. Located in the Land of Plenty. 306 Thompson St. Cudahy's Tenderized Picnic : :f: W« promiitd you *· thi * *° lu · nt, m Tafc.odvantaa. IU * of thii riptat ·v«nt. III. cello roll 25c lb.35c Every Sock Guaranteed Flour, Play Boy, 25-lb bag $1.69 Cudohy't Sliced Gold Coin Tra-fa You may as well enjoy the best "sr COFFEE u 1 * .^^^ ^ p.. , ·.. Yellovr Bonnet - Peeled and Unpeeled ncots No. ifi can ?9c Grapefruit Juice ^ Government Inspected " " ' 504. 17c Asparagus Spears 0*1 Mont* No. 2 C«n 45c ·:.i, Dole-It'g the One Pineapple Juice, 46-oz. can 29c Campbell's Yellow Bonnet, Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46-oz. can . 23 Gerbers or Meinz Baby Food, can. . , 7c /a // McCormick's '/4 Ib. Pkg. 25c Cracker Jacks, 2 "·;· 5c Crackers : Ib box 18c Treet Armour't Can 32c Weteunrclkillilillt Jim Harper Colorv of th Cleansing Tissue ^·F · ' 0. T. Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can. 23c Miracle Whip, qt.. 45c Grapefruit. 5-lb bag 29c Carrots, 2 bunches. 15c Celery, 2 stalks.. I5c John D. Anderson We Feature MARYMAESTRI'S Nationally Famous Home Style SPAGHETTI mi SAUCE C«y to P In 19 !· 15 G«ntrout I

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