Thursday, January 9, 2014
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
2 tbsps. vegetable oil
oven to 350°. Combine eggs, oil, flour and baking powder and mix well.
Stir in cheeses and chilies and mix well. Coat individual ramekins with
nonstick spray and fill with batter. Bake 20 minutes or until set and
golden brown. Serve with sour cream and salsa on the side. Makes four
Peachy Bread Pudding with Amaretto Sauce
8 cups cubed bread
1 tbsp. all-purpose flour
Preheat oven to 350°. Spray a 9x13 pan, and spread in bread cubes. Whisk eggs, milk, sugar and almond extract. Stir in peaches. Pour mix over bread. Press in with spoon. Mix cinnamon and brown sugar and sprinkle on top. Add almonds. Bake 50-55 minutes until knife comes out clean. Serve warm with Amaretto Sauce. Yield, 10-12 servings. To make sauce, stir sugar and flour in small pan. Add butter and half & half. Bring to boil. Remove from heat. Stir in Amaretto. Yields 2 cups.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - January 8, 2004
Family of The Year
Leon and Shirley Moore of Holly Springs have been named the 2003 Family of The Year by St. Joseph Catholic Church Parish and the Knights of Columbus.
Everette Stubbs accepts position with President’s campaign
Everette Stubbs, son of Linda Eastland Stubbs and Jack Stubbs Sr., both of Holly Springs, has accepted a position with President Bush’s re-election campaign. A graduate of Marshall Academy and the University of Mississippi, he will travel and work throughout the 2004 campaign.
25 Years Ago - January 12, 1989
Volunteer firemen’s value seen in report
City and county fire departments answered a total of 1,469 fire calls in the 12-month period between October 1987 and November 1988, according to statistics compiled by county fire coordinator Jimmy Warren.
Boyce Waller in “Who’s Who in Music, 1989” edition
Boyce Waller, a student at Holly Springs High School and a member of the school band, has been chosen to appear in the 1989 edition of “Who’s Who in Music,” as being one of the country’s most outstanding high school musicians.
50 Years Ago - January 9, 1964
Mayor entertains for outgoing alderman
Mayor Sam Coopwood, the city board of aldermen, the city clerk and the city marshall entertained with a surprise steak dinner complimenting J.C. “Chum” Totten. Mr. Totten resigned as alderman to take up a post as county supervisor, district one. After a short social hour, a delicous steak dinner was served at The Hitching Post.
Satisfy your budget at Big Star!
Pillsbury biscuits, 6 for 49¢; Miracle Whip dressing, qt., 19¢; Betty Crocker cake mix, 3 for $1; Armour Star bacon, lb., 55¢; King Cotton franks, lb., 49¢; country style backbone, lb., 45¢; Just Wonderful hair spray, 87¢; Libby Taterettes, 29¢; whole picnic ham, lb., 33¢; Boston butt pork roast, 27¢; whole chicken, lb., 27¢; Jambo grape jelly, 18 oz., 29¢; Libby catchup, 20 oz., 19¢.
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