The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee on August 12, 2015 · Page C8
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C8 •THE JACKSON SUN•WEDNESDAY,AUG.12,2015 FOOD Lost Lost Domestic Pets General Healthcare-Dental Healthcare-Dental Healthcare-Dental Business Opportunity Business Opportunity Find your next car! Find your next car! Atwood/Trezevant Paper Route $225 per week! Must live in Atwood/Trezevant area And have reliable transportation Daily Delivery, Easy Money! Please Call Arthur Weaver-731-425-9732 Doubletree by Hilton Doubletree by Hilton is seeking talented and motivateded individuals for the following positions: Sales Manager Chief Engineer Please send resumes to sruffell@cooperhotels.com HealthSouth Cane Creek Rehabilitation Hospital Martin, Tennessee REHAB LIAISON Coverage Area for Rehab Liaison include Madison County and surrounding area The Rehab Liaison is responsible for developing census as defined through targeted goals of the business plan and developing referral relationships within the geographic territory with an emphasis on face-to-face contacts. In addition, the Liaison will assist with coordination of referral to admission conversion process and represent HealthSouth in community-related activities. Education, Training and Experience • Bachelors Degree preferred or equivalent job experience • Required: Current Nursing License preferred • Minimum 2 years experience as a clinician in a healthcare environment preferred • Minimum 1 year experience as a nurse liaison or successful sales experience in the healthcare environment preferred. • Familiar with acute hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, and the local healthcare market preferred. Please apply online at: http://www.healthsouth.com and click on Job Opportunities. An Equal Opportunity Employer CMA or LPN with clinical experience needed for family practice clinic with EMR. Responsible for assessing vital signs, EKG, phlebotomy, & administering injections. Schedule may vary Please submit resume to PO Box 11566 Jackson, TN 38308 CAT 1/2 Himalayan 1/2 Persian, declased in front, male, lost Three Way, û $500 Reward. û P lease call 731-217-5877 DOG û $200 REWARD! û Chihuahua Male, small, brown, answers to "Pancho", lost Bon Air & N. Highland area, Please call 731-668-1658, and ask for Beth. Beagle,M/F,,Adults&Puppies, Brown/White,goodA.K.C.$150.00 (731)602-7939 ryanpage2010@yahoo.com BOXER PUPPIES AKC, ready in 2 weeks. Call 731-614-1818 FREE"2"femalekittens,fourmonths old,mixedgray/black/brown,Playful& Friendly. Bells area. (731)663-3469 SHIHTZUPUPPIES ,AKCReg.shots, wormed,vetchecked,males/females, $600; 731-642-5151 or 731-336-1494 cell merch « homes « wheels « announce « jobs West Tennessee’s Marketplace for buyers, sellers and job seekers. classifieds place an ad online 24/7 at jacksonsun.com/classifieds | call 731-423-0300 GRANDMOTHER SIMS’ YEAST ROLLS These yeast rolls stuffed with crisp bacon are one of the Tripp family favorites. 1cup milk 1cup warm water 1 ⁄ 2 cup sugar 2packages yeast 5cups all-purpose flour 1 ⁄ 2 cup Crisco shortening 1 ⁄ 2 -1stick butter, depending on your taste and size of pan Scald milk; add half the water and sugar. Let cool. Dissolve yeast in half cup warm water until yeast comes to top. Mix all together with remaining ingredients. Knead. Let stand until double in size. Knead. Melt butter in pan. Roll, cut out, and place in pans dipping both sides of rolls in butter. Let rise. Bake at 450 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes. —Judy Tripp of Brownsville Continued from Page C6 RHETT BUTLER’S GRILLED CHEESE HORS D’OEUVRES The combination of creamy Brie, apple butter and millionaire bacon will m ake you swoon — it might just be the lure Scarlett used to charm Rhett. MILLIONAIRE BACON 1lb. thick-cut bacon 5Tbsp. packed brown sugar 1 ⁄ 4 - 1 ⁄ 2 tsp. cayenne pepper, or to taste 1 tsp. fresh ground black pepper Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Line a baking sheet with foil; place wire rack on sheet. Combine s ugar and spices in a bowl and mix thoroughly. If you want the bacon coated in m ore sweet and spicy flavor, add more ingredients to your liking. Rub each bacon strip liberally with the sugar-spice mixture. Bake until crispy for 25 minutes depending on how crisp you want it. Allow to cool, cut into pieces to fit baguettes. T o make sandwiches: S lice Brie cheese into small pieces to fit the baguette. Butter one side of bag uette. On the non-buttered side, slather a little apple butter, top with piece o f Brie, add a piece of bacon, and top with baguette with a smear of apple butter — buttered side out. Place sandwiches in a pan buttered side down and cook for about a minute then flip and cook other side for about a minute. Serve warm. Also delicious s erved with tomato soup or abloody Mary. DEVILS ON HORSEBACK During the 11th century invasion on England, Norman raiders would ride into town wearing rashers of bacon over their armor to scare villagers. These bacon clad warriors were nicknamed ‘Devils on Horseback.’ A culinary treat dating back to Victorian England, taking the date (armor) and wrapping in bacon, serving what was coined a Devil on Horseback as homage, in the cheeky English way. Stuff large pitted dates with Gorgonzola (Asiago or Manchego) cheese and wrap with fully cooked apple-smoked bacon. As soon as you remove bacon from skillet or oven, while still warm and pliable, wrap around the dates and secure with a toothpick. If you want to crisp more, return bacon wrapped dates to oven on foil lined sheet pan and broil until crisp, being careful not to burn and turning as needed. Note: Use a rack on sheet pan if you prefer. BENTON’S OLD FASHIONED 2ounces Benton’s bacon-infused bourbon 1 ⁄ 4 ounce Grade B maple syrup 2dashes Angostura bitters Twist of orange peel Combine all three ingredients in an ice-filled glass. S tir with ice and strain into a chilled rocks glass with two large ice cubes or into a c hilled martini glass. Garn ish with an orange twist. The drink is made using atechnique called “fat washing,” in which swine fat is fried and poured into containers holding bourbon. This concoction is chilled in the refrigerator, which makes the fat rise to the top and solidify. The solid is then scraped off, and the liquid is strained, leaving bourbon with a slight yet unmistakable hint of pig. To make the bacon fat-infused bourbon, take 1 - 1 ⁄ 2 ounces of bacon fat and w arm it in a small saucepan on low heat. Stir until it melts, about five minutes. Combine the molten fat with a 750-milliliter bottle of bourbon in a large container and stir. Infuse the ingredients for four hours, then place the container in the freezer for two hours. After cooling, remove the solid fat and fine-strain the bourbon through a terry cloth or cheesecloth into a bottle. —Don Lee, Former B artender PDT, New York N Y BACON-TOT-BOMBS (BTBS) Sharp cheddar or Havarti cheese Bacon Frozen tater tots Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Let the tater tots thaw slightly so you can cut them halfway with a knife, but they shouldn’t be soft. Then cut the cheese into small pieces and sandwich inside the tater tots. Wrap the bacon around the cheese-filled tot so the bacon overlaps. Cut the remaining strip off. Instead of pre-cutting the bacon, this will ensure t hat the strips will wrap perfectly around the whole tater tot. Slide a toothpick through the bacon-tot to hold it in place. I f you have any leftover ends that don’t completely fit around a tater tot, cook them! You don’t want to waste any b acon. Use a baking pan lined with foil; lightly grease the pan so the cheese doesn’t stick to the foil. Place the bacon- wrapped tots on the pan, leaving room between each one. Bake for 25 minutes. Broil on low for 3-5 minutes or until bacon is crispy. Allow to cool before serving. Some prefer to serve with a d ipping sauce such as horseradish cream or spicy ketchup. PHOTO COURTESY OF LIBBY MURPHY Rhett Butler’s Grilled Cheese Hors d’Oeuvres PHOTO COURTESY O F RON MANVILLE Melvin Moore aka “Too Tall” pours a Benton’s Old-fashioned, Tennessee style. PHOTO COURTESY OF RON MANVILLE Grandmother Simms Yeast Rolls stuffed with crisp bacon. PHOTO COURTESY OF RON MANVILLE Devils on Horseback

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