Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 11
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(Tucson Bailp (Citizen Woman's View THURSDAY, MARCH 10, I9W PAGE 12 Fish, Seafood Offer Oceans Of Good Eating By BETTY MILBURN CRAB IMTJ1PRTA1 SHRIMP SALAD Why don't we eat m o r e fish and sea food? It's so nutritious, so delicious, can add endless variety to meals. Many nutritionists feel fish and sea food offer trace minerals found nowhere else. And look at the variety! W i t h today's high-speed transportation and excellent icing and freezing methods, top quality fishery products are available everywhere. Fish and shellfish are marketed in many forms, and like people, come in many shapes and sizes. Whole or round fish are those marketed just as they come from the water. To be dressed, the fish is . scaled and drawn and its head, tail and fins are removed; fish steaks are cross-section slices cut from large dressed fish; fillets are the lean sides of the fish removed from t h e bones; frozen portions a n d sticks are pieces of fish cut from blocks of frozen fillets (these portions and sticks are usually battered and breaded and may vary in size and weight); canned fish and shellfish get in the swim of convenience as a handy on- the-shelf item,, available at the twist of a can opener. Fillets; portions, fish sticks, and canned fishery products are all 100 percent edible- there is no waste. No matter what the season, there are usually good buys among the great variety of fresh, frozen, and canned fish. Never overcook your fish; they contain no tough connective tissue and cook very quickly. Fish should be cooked only until they flake easily when tested with a fork. Attention to all of the little things in every menu is the secret ingredient that whets the appetite and spells nourishing satisfaction. So-- take a new look at fish and shellfish, select carefully, cook gently, serve with a flair, and e n j o y real down-to-the-sea good eating. 1 pound crab meat, fresh or frozen or 3 cans (6% or 7% ounces each) crab meat y t cup mayonnaise or salad dressing 1 teaspoon chopped pimiento % teaspoon salt % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 3 drops liquid hot pepper sauce 6 large pineapple slices, drained % cup f i n e corn flake crumbs 1 tablespoon melted fat or oil y t cup fine c o r n flake crumbs 1. Thaw frozen crab meat. Drain crab meat. Remove any remaining shell or cartilage from crab meat. Flake the crab meat. 2. Combine mayonnaise, pimiento, and seasonings. Add to crab meat and mix lightly. 3. Dip both sides of pineapple slices in crumbs. Place in a well-greased baking dish, 12x7y 2 x2 inches. Place % cup crab mixture on top of each pineapple slice. ' 4. (Combine fat and crumbs; sprinkle over top of crab mixture. Bake in a moderate oven, 350 degrees P., for 20 to 25 minutes or until crumbs are lightly browned. Serves 6. SNAPPER DELIGHT 2 pounds snapper fillets or other fish fillets, fresh or frozen y 3 cup frozen orange juice concentrate *4 cup butter or margarine, melted 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon salt Dash pepper 1. Thaw frozen fillets. Cut into serving-size portions. 2. Combine remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly. Place fish, skin side up, on a well-greased broiler pan and brush with sauce. 3. Broil about 3 inches from source of heat for 4 to 5 minutes. Turn carefully and brush with sauce. Broil 4 to 5 minutes longer, basting occasion-ally, until fish flakes easily when t e s t e d with a fork. Serves 6. cleaned shrimp, fresh or frozen or 4 cans (4% ounces each) shrimp 1 can (1 pound) cut green beans, drained 1 cup sliced raw cauliflower 1 cup sliced celery Y 4 cup chopped onion J 4 cup chopped green pepper 1 tablespoon chopped pimiento Marinade Lettuce 1. Thaw frozen shrimp or drain canned shrimp. Rinse canned shrimp with cold water. Cut large shrimp in half. 2. Combine all ingredients except lettuce. Cover and let stand in refrigerator for at least 1 hour. Drain. Serve on lettuce. Serves 6. Marinade % cup vinegar 1 tablespoon sugar y 2 teaspoon celery seed % teaspoon salt Dash pepper % cup olive or salad oil. 1. Combine vinegar, sugar, and seasonings. Add. oil gradually, b l e n d thoroughly. Makes % cup marinade. PEACHY SCALLOPS 1 pound scallops, fresh or frozen 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine 2 tablespoons lemon juice J 4 teaspoon salt Dash pepper 12 canned peach halves % teaspoon cinnamon */4 teaspoon cloves % teaspoon mace J/4 teaspoon salt , 3 slices bacon 1. Thaw frozen scallops. Rinse with cold water to remove any shell particles. Cut scallops into %-inch pieces. 2. Combine butter, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and scallops. Place peach halves in a baking pan, 11x7x1 inch. 3. Combine cinnamon, cloves, mace, and salt. Sprinkle over peaches. Place about 3 tablespoons of scallop mixture in center of each peach. 4. Cut bacon into fourths, crosswise; place a slice on each peach. Broil about 4 inches from source of heat for 8 to 10 minutes or until bacon is crisp. Serves 6. Lynda Has Eye. On Europe wr A OUTVWyiWM TTDT -- TIJlfc/AJJ.J.1 %***"*» *»» Lynda Bird Johnson, barred f r o m visiting Europe last summer by her father's "See the U.S.A." program, is hoping to make the grand tour of the continett this summer. The President's daughter has "mentioned thoughts" of traveling abroad after she is graduated from the University of Texas in June, according to the White House. Lynda, who celebrates her 22nd birthday March 19, had hoped to go to Europe last summer. But her father's much publicized efforts to encourage would-be tourists to see America first led her, in- . stead, to decide on a camping and canoe trip out West. The pressure is still on to keep travelers U.S.A.-minded, but apparently not as much--at least around t h e White House. Lynda, an all-A student, is expected to return in the fall for more government and history studies in graduate school. A White House spokesman said Lynda would enjoy browsing around Europe's museums and seeing the sights of Paris and London. But others say she is thinking more about a gay sojourn on the Riviera with her new jet set friends. Lynda has at least one romantic reason for tripping off to Europe. Her front-running boyfriend, movie actor George Hamilton, is often on a picture-making stint there. And ·another beau, Brent Eastman of Evanston, Wyo., is studying medicine in London. Lynda has been abroad several times in trips with her parents when Johnson w a s vice president. But if she goes to Europe this summer, she'll want to do it in her own way--heavy on the fun, light on the protocol. There is precedent for White House daughter traveling. Margaret Truman made the grand tour with a chum when her father was in the White House. The timing of Lynda's trip --if she'makes it--will have to take into account sister Luci's Aug. 6 wedding. Lynda .will be in the wedding party. Pueblo Juniors Elect Officers Mrs. Frederick C. Moor Hi; has been elected president of the Pueblo - Junior Woman's Club. v · · The election was held at a luncheon meeting yesterday at the Tucson Woman's Club, 317 W. Alameda St. Serving with Mrs. Moor will be Mrs. Donald E. Myers, vice president; Mrs. Thomas L. Roof Jr., recording secretary; Mrs. Bob G. Johnson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. G. Handy, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Norris, program chairman and Mrs. William A. Scott, finance chairman. Mrs. Douglas E. Scott is immediate past president. The new officers will be formally.installed at a luncheon meeting Wednesday, April 13. "HOSTESS APRONS" These Attractive Aprons In Solids, Checks and Multi-Colored Will Add Glamour To Your Hosting Duties . . . From 53.50 CON ORIENTAL IMPORTS-GIFTS Mrs. F.C.Moor III Stagecoach Days Set March 20 Miss L i n d a Singleton, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Singleton of W. Silver- lake Road, has .been chosen Tucson's queen candidate for the annual Stagecoach Days to be held Sunday, March 20. The event will begin .at 1 p.m. hi Maricopa. Miss Singleton, a member of the Mission View Saddle- Club, is a student at Pueblo High School. Her activities include cheerleading, Jacome's Fashion Hi-Board and International Order of Rainbow for Girls. Stagecoach Days was start- 1 ed by the Rotary Club of .Mar T icopa to raise money for community projects. FRIDAY'S SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER Tuna-Egg Salad ; Parsley Potato Buttered Corn Sandwich Gingerbread and Topping FLOWING WELLS Tuna Sandwich Hot Vegetable Soup Pickled Beets Tapioca Pudding MARANA ' Cheese or Meat Tacos Tossed Green Salad Pinto Beans · Banana Milk SUNNYSEDE Tuna Sandwich Potato Chips Cole Slaw Applesauce Cake TUCSON NO. 1 Pizza Buttered String Beans Lettuce With French Dressing Vanilla Pudding Milk Phi Mm Slate Show "The New You," an intimate apparel show, will.be held Saturday, March 19 at the Phi Mu sorority .house, 1775 E. 1st St. .. ' . Sponsored by the Phi Mu Mothers Club, the show 'will feature',items.from Alice Rae Shops. ' . . ' Models have been chosen from the collegiate members Mothers Club and the alumnae chapter. They are Mmes. Fred' Landeen, Mabel Erickson and Edgar Wald. Also modeling are Misses Carol Mueller, Polly Fletcher, Barby Reid, Katie Adams-and Susie, Lee. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Arlie Fletcher, 5926 E.. Baker St., .or; at the door. 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