Thursday, August 15, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Chicken Waldorf Salad
4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
2 tsps. sugar (optional)
chicken in water to cover until done, then cut in bite-size pieces.
Chop apples, leaving peel on and sprinkle with lemon juice. Mix
mayonnaise and yogurt with sugar, then combine all ingredients, except
seasoning and pecans, mix well. Season to taste with Cavendar’s.
Sprinkle each serving lightly with pecans. Makes 8 servings.
1 lb. raw chicken, (meat only)
1/2 cup sliced celery
Cut chicken into bite-sized strips. Combine chicken and vinaigrette in a bowl. Marinate in refrigerator at least 60 minutes, longer if possible. Divide greens evenly between 4 plates. Sprinkle with celery. Chill until serving time.
Drain chicken, discarding marinade. Sauté over medium-high heat until thoroughly cooked and lightly browned. Divide among plates of greens. Deglaze sauté pan with 1-2 tbsps. poppy seed dressing. Pour over chicken. Distribute strawberries on salads. Pour remaining poppy seed dressing over top. Makes 4 servings.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - August 14, 2003
KFC considers two-in-one near 78 in Holly Springs
KFC is breaking ground on a new KFC/Long John Silver’s in Oxford. If all goes well there, the company is considering a KFC/LJS in Holly Springs on Hwy. 7 near Hwy. 78.
Say it’s not so! (Close to Nowhere, by Linda Jones)
Unless you have a short memory I can no longer lie about my age. If you drove past The South Reporter Tuesday you saw signs all over proclaiming that it was not only my birthday but that I had reached the decrepit old age of (gasp) 50. Not only did I have to admit my real age, they took my picture also!
25 Years Ago - August 18, 1988
The American Legion Post 250 held a birthday celebration for the late Osborne Bell July 14. Lannie Cummings Jr. was host. Present were the late sheriff’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bell, members of his family, the Holly Springs Police Dept., the Marshall County Sheriff’s Dept., former sheriff Bobby Atkins, Coroner Osborne Bell Jr. and many community representatives.
One hundred pound squash
Keven Poole of Potts Camp grew a 100 pound squash in his garden. He received the seed in the mail. He said he gave the plants no special attention.
50 Years Ago - August 15, 1963
Fred Hensley reports first open cotton
Fred Hensley, owner of Holly Springs Electric Company, brought in the first open cotton Thurs., Aug. 8. It was raised on his farm north of Victoria.
Cezon Bridge Club
Miss Vernelle Woods entertained the Cezon Bridge Club Tuesday. Mrs. Danny Hurdle won high score, Miss Mary Frances Rather low score and Miss Kay Thompson won the bingo prize. Guests were Mrs. Jack Tyson, Mrs. Graham Miller, Mrs. Danny Hurdle and Miss Rita Cochran.
Holly Springs Schools to register Aug. 30
Friday, Aug. 30, will be the date for students at Holly Springs Public Schools to register, according to Norman McKenzie, superintendent.
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