Thursday, February 7, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Bourbon Street Shrimp
1/2 cup butter or margarine
2 tbsps. soy sauce
mushrooms and shrimp until shrimp are pink (3-5 minutes). Stir in soup,
sour cream, soy sauce, pimento, parsley and lemon pepper. Cook until
bubbling and well mixed. Place on rice in individual ramekins. Top with
grated cheese. Bake at 350° until bubbling and cheese starts to brown.
1790 Tavern Biscuits
4 cups flour
1 cup butter or margarine
Sift together flour, sugar, nutmeg and mace. Cut in butter until mixture is mealy. Add milk and brandy. Knead lightly and roll thin on lightly floured board. Cut into small rounds and prick top with fork. Bake for 15 minutes. Do not overbake. The biscuits will be moist inside when removed from oven and then will set up while cooling. Serve hot or cold. Store in tightly sealed container.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - February 6, 2003
First Baptist Church of Potts Camp will hold dedication ceremonies for the new sanctuary Sun., Feb. 16. Former pastors, Dr. James Travis, Bro. Joe Epting, Chuck Fowler and Ken Cooper will speak. Bro. Larry West will represent former church staff and Katie Gann will represent pastors’ wives.
Triplets celebrate first birthday
Leigha, Leondria and LeNiyea Shead, triplet daughters of James Bell Jr. and Ebony Shead, turned one-year-old on Dec. 20. Grandparents are Aretha Turnage, Joyce Bell and Leon Shead; great-grandparents are Rev. Joe T. and Bertha Lester.
25 Years Ago - February 11, 1988
Jackson visits Rust
Jesse Jackson Jr., son of presidential candidate Jesse Jackson, visited Rust College on a campaign tour last week. His appearance was part of a day of activities sponsored by the Pre-Law Club and Student Government Association. The day also included a demonstration of the new voting machines.
Moore selected host of ’88 Making Music
Jerry O’Neal Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore of Holly Springs, has been selected as host of “Making Music,” Freed-Hardeman College’s annual musical extravaganza. Moore will also perform a solo. He is a 1985 graduate of Marshall Academy and a sophomore history major.
50 Years Ago - February 7, 1963
Field trial attracts many
Holly Springs was privileged this week to play host to the prestigious National Amateur Shooting Dog Championship Field Trial. Many out-of-town guests were on hand to run or watch dogs and enjoy our famous hospitality. Thirty of the dogs were entered in the championship, including one local dog, Knockdown’s Aggression, owned by Edward Rather and Henry Fort Gholson.
Mrs. Lonnie Day Jr. and daughter Cynthia left for San Francisco, Calif. Feb. 3, From there they will fly to Cubi Point, in the Phillipines to join Mr. Day, who is stationed there with the U.S. Navy. Mrs. Day is the former Wyllena Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of Holly Springs.
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