Thursday, June 28, 2012
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
2 tbsps. mayo
2 plain hamburger buns
a small bowl mix together the mayonnaise, relish, minced onion and salt
for the tartar sauce and set aside. Lightly grill the faces of the
buns. Cook the fish according to package directions. You can bake it,
but it will taste more like the restaurant version if you fry it in
oil. Divide the tartar sauce and spread evenly on each of the top buns.
Slice the cheese in half and place a piece on each of the bottom buns.
Place the cooked fish on top of the cheese slice on each sandwich and
top off the sandwiches with the top buns. Microwave each sandwich on
high for 10 seconds.
1/2 tsp. salt
4 lbs. pork spare ribs
Combine all the ingredients for the sauce in a saucepan over high heat. Blend the ingredients with a whisk until smooth. When it comes to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer uncovered. When the mixture thickens, in about 30-45 minutes, remove from the heat. If it’s too thick, thin it with a little vinegar. Baste the spare ribs and bake or grill the ribs until tender.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - June 27, 2002
Longtime county agent retiring
Marshall County Extension Agent Ronnie Jones is retiring from the Mississippi State Extension Service. Jones, who has spent 22 years assisting farmers and others in Marshall County, said it’s just time for him to move on.
Queen E. Dean and daughter KaKisha Peterson both received their associate of applied science degrees on May 17. On June 1, Willie Scruggs, Mrs. Dean’s son, graduated from the Florida Metropolitian University with a bachelor of science in accounting.
25 Years Ago - June 25, 1987
Smith wins journalism award
Shepard Smith of Holly Springs, a student at the University of Mississippi journalism school, took a first place award in television in state and regional award competitions in print and broadcast journalism. He won the award for spot news.
South Reporter wins
The South Reporter won five awards in the Better Newspaper contest at the Mississippi Press Association Convention in Biloxi last week. The paper won first place, Best Front Page; second place, Best Spot News Story; third place for the Sesquecentennial Issue; third place for Best Feature Story; and third place in General Excellence.
50 Years Ago - June 28, 1962
Coated Abrasives employees to vote Friday on union
An election will be held at the Coated Abrasives plant in Holly Springs to determine if the employees wish to affiliate with the United Papermakers and Paperworkers Union. This is the first union election at an industrial plant in Marshall County since the Dec. 1954 election at Fryling Electric -- 89 against the union and four in favor.
Big Star “Wife Saver Days”
T-bone steaks, 97¢ lb.; sirloin steak, 87¢ lb.; round steaks, 79¢; ground beef, 49¢ lb.; chicken breast, 49¢ lb.; shank ham, 59¢ lb.; Booth breaded shrimp, 10-oz., 69¢; watermelons, 49¢; Pepsi’s or Cokes, case, 89¢
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