The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 6, 1955
Page 11
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VAO|t TWELYB BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1955 Creamy Oyster Stew Is Hearty, Tasty Dish Sty GArxae By GAVNOR MADDOX NUA Food and Markets Editor If you want to give a slug party for your husband, your best bet will be an old-fashioned beefsteak dinner. We went to one recently at «* F'Mrf KB* *U«*K cafe.- *s»r <wa«taMs« n*» ta* a . aa«* romflS toe sue*.-,,. m *»», *fc manor daw Sur S't •Bwr awarf aam jumr <Btmjl-# «hig«:«i<t, ,,,,tt, ia SM . ^ nu» aanrnikim tr, jyxia ffi .,„_," "wife- ,rr. flmr .lu-.u ••lOtis'"'^ v '*" .111* TO TO^J, „„..." Old-Fashioned Steak Is Delight of Menfolks s.nitb, uimituiitr. >^ mij) f:iniji',.>y warn-as to quit the cooking. Drain ;0.viiers, reserving liquid. Measure ,o>Mcr liquor; add milk and cream ; 'or evaporated milk) in equal r ans Io ! >'-ake a total of 9 cups of •;-5asa. Return oysters and liquid i,* fid , i>uu . er or margarine, salt, ! t"'? er ac!i hc rbs. Place over lo\v i -«>' ^;::;l liquid begins to simmer. f^f - !! >asedia:ely. garnished with '! » a:I '-- v >'- For a richer ste-.v. use all .'i-i-«a ^siead of milk. ; x, *, ~ K -°'"' Io!is like oyster stew i ^ -^ ts:ra seasoning in it For -"•to. :r.v ih^ Ju , e ..eeipg. Tibasco Oyster Stew M servings) =PMa celery salt. ', tea- ipr:i:a. -1 tablespoon , n ,., --^:e j^uce. 2 cozen rau ••!."C. —*- la T 4 -' j:o '- ! quari mui W ;,~"' i( J ci ^ r ^ ; --. paprika and, i-.i,^.j s ^ a -jj s c - Mp ie!t i e _" Heat i Lima Tomato Rabbit A Hearty Dish Here's a hearty dibh that is fine to serve on a cold day. Ingredients: 2 cups grated Cheddar cheese, 1 can condensed tomato soup. 3 tablespoons water, fe teaspoon salt, '• teaspoon dry mustard, 2 cups cooked large dry limn beans, V,- tablespoons chopped dill pickle. Method: Place cheese in top ot double boiler. Cook and stir over simmering water until melted. Stir into tomato soup, water, salt and dry mustard. Cook and stir con- snintly until smooth and very hot Heal lima beans and drain; divide among 4 shallow individual baking dishes. Sprinkle each with a teaspoon of green onion and dil pickle; cover , with tomato-cheese :abbit. Sprinkle with remaining onion and pickle. Makes 4 servings. Cavanagh's restaurant, a New fork landmark on West 23rd Street. We wore a large white butcher's ipron and a chef's cap. No knives >r forks allowed, only fingers. The menu; Baked oysters Ca- ilno. hearts of celery and olives, sliced beefstesk on toast (all you xmld eat), and if you wanted it, all he beer you could drink, French ried potatoes. For dessert—and his is gospel truth—lamb kidneys inrt baby springlamb chop, then coffee. The price, of this gargantuan meal B'as S9.25 a person. It was the favorite Cavanagh menu we were told, of such famous patrons as Presidents Grover Cleveland and Theodore Roosevelt; also of Diamond Jim Brady, Eurico Caruso, John L. Sullivan and Al Smith. They all ate with their fingers just the way we did. , In case j'our husband resembles any of these worthies and you de- ncide as a gesture to give him an oltt-fashioned beefsteak party, you'll be interested in wlmt Jack Andrews, the chef, advises: 1. Select prime sirloin steuk, 3 inches thick. Allow one pound per person. Have butcher bone steak and trim off most of the fat. 2. Dip steak in olive oil flavored with garlic. Place under highest flame to broiler. Broil 7 minutes on each side for medium, 5 minutes on each side for rare. 3. Slice crosswise (against the grain). Each 2 pounds should give about 16 quarter-Inch slices. Place each slice on hot toast finger and saturate with drawn butter or mar. Barlne. Sprinkle with chopped parsley. Don't forget the chef's hats and while butcher aprons tor the guests. And fingers only from beginning to end. THItOV M/OBttU* ST.JOSEPH ASPIMIM iFORCHtlDREHi V/ortil's Largest SeKng AspirnForQiten -than any other brand. Orange flavored; accurate dosage. Buy the be«t for your child. Why Ev<rc<x>il Chili, of couro. Add Biter «nd r«d kidney beant — belt •nd icrvt fix economically. Buy some it your jroMrt. a boil. Re- i a Ta - Dasco , b!j!»r or Serve RONCO ?^=\ it Pays to Shop at Mays! Eiwibmfl Ijtatg Unun 0 V c ib - ixa. WIP COBN « Wl WVBI1 a to 'lirnuiui HIT (Gufltihaiu* :iill siilit (irriiriWs wi'fllh 890 IHis. Sa UlUllllKlttS IfllUV.f ffuKUtl'C "i'll'l CI)i:fc lil\VHlltl £ 1JI"!) 1 /.. "Hj 11 " IHutHiMl *• ^ f I PICNICS SAUSAGE BACON All three at the same low KING COTTON Smoked & Tenderized Everaood Pure Pork With That Real Smoked Flavor By The Piece Make/ * Quart* Instant PET 30c NONFAT DRY MILK Old South CHOCOLATE DROPS Ib. 25C VEGETABLES LEMONS EGGS 39c RICHARDSON'S CASH GROCERY

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