Thursday, May 24, 2012
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Baked Haddock Almondine
1 cup fine, dry, bread crumbs
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
oven to 350°. In small bowl, combine crumbs, almonds and butter, mixing
well. If necessary, add additional butter, mixing well, just until
crumbs hold together. Coat fish with flour, shaking off excess. Place
skin side down in baking pan large enough to hold in a single layer.
Spread mayonnaise evenly over fish. Sprinkle evenly with crumb mixture,
lightly pressing into fish. Carefully pour a thin layer of water around
fish -- 1/8 inch depth. Bake 20 minutes, or until fish flakes with
fork. 2 servings.
Pan Fried Catfish
2 cups water
2 tbsps. seasoned salt
In shallow bowl, mix water, lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce. In separate shallow bowl mix flour, paprika and salt. Dip fish into water mixture, then flour mixture, coating evenly and shaking off excess. Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add fish and cook 6-7 minues, depending on thickness. Turn and continue cooking about 6 minutes or until fish flakes when tested with fork. Garnish with lemon and parsley
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - May 23, 2002
City sorts through chief applications
The mayor and board of aldermen have begun narrowing down their choices for the job of Holly Springs police chief. There were 37 original applications. Chief Jimmie Howell resigned Feb. 21. He is continuing to serve as interim chief until a replacement is hired.
Cicadas emerge from ground
A batch of singing insects have shown up in Marshall County. County agent Ronnie Jones says the loud bugs are cicadas, a breed of insects that only comes out every 13-17 years. They are just loud, not a nuisance like the locusts, who can destroy entire crops.
25 Years Ago - May 21, 1987
Holly Springs News - by Henderson Milan
Hopewell No. 1 pastor, Dr. M.L. Cooper, made it known Sunday, April 26, that he has been preaching for 52 years and pastoring for 51 years. We wish to congratulate the pastor for his long years of service.
University of Mississippi School of Law second-year student Shirley Byers of Holly Springs recently won the annual Young, Scanlon and Sessums Legal Writing Award. A representative of the Jackson branch of the law firm made the presentation at the awards day ceremony at the law school.
50 Years Ago - May 24, 1962
Jimmy Warren wins pistol shoot plaque
State Highway Patrolman Jimmy Warren won second place in the Colt’s Regional Pistol Match, held in Jackson in May. In the five-state match, Warren shot a perfect score 100x100 with 34 x’s. The winner had 100x100 with 18 x’s. The Mississippi Highway Patrol will send Warren to Bloomington, Ind., next month to compete in the Nationals.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elgin are the proud parents of a son, who arrived at North Mississippi Hospital May 20. He weighed nine pounds, seven ounces and has been named Frank Stephenson Elgin.
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