Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 21, 1970 · Page 24
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gP«fe24 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs., May 21, 1970 For a New, Different Dish Try Delicious Fish Cobbler By CECILY BROWNSTONE If you're on the lookout for a new fish dish, you may be intar- ested in this fish cobbler--a combination of fish fillets, biscuit and cheese sauce. I t ' s a hearty dish that's just right for a family of six. It was developed for use with Boston bluefish (pollock) but any other kind of fish fillets (fresh or frozen) may be used. FISH COBBLER 2 pounds fish fillets, fresh or frozen 3 tablespoons butler or margarine, melted . teaspoon salt J /4 teaspoon basil 2 JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY - New members of the * John Evans Junior High School Junior National Honor ·» Socicly were inducted recently at a ceremony at the school. P From left, front row, are: Tony Stinson, Mike Joyce, Kevin J Numolo.David Phelps. and Tom Herring: second row, Dalene ·: Willfang, Peggy Warner, Debbie Fry, Marca Fox, LeAnn i- Grams. Debbie Bollig. Marsha Holmes, Mable Aguilar, and v Gretclien Groves; third row, Carol Uhrich, Cathy Brown, Chris Hart, Lauren Beck, Kerry Gunby, Jim Tann, Lynn Varriano, Marsha Benson, Steve Jones, and Joy Dudley. Not present were David Borowski and Lauren Obert. Next year's officers will be Kevin Numoto, president; Marsha Holmes, vice-president, and Gretchen Groves, secretary. Members are selected on scholarship, leadership, character, citizen- shio and service. (Photo courtesy John Evans.) 1 cup prepared biscuit mix 2 tablespoons chopped scallion (green onion) Vi teaspoon grated lemon rind VI teaspoon seasoned salt Va cup milk Cheddar Cheese Sauce, See recipe If frozen, thaw fish. Cut into C equal serving portions. Arrange in a single layer in well-greased baking pan (13 by 9 by 2 inches) or similar shallow utensil. Mix together butter, salt and basil; brush over fish. ' Bake in a preheated 350-degree oven 10 minutes. While fish is bakkig, mix together biscuit mix, onion, lemon rind, seasoned salt and milk; stir with fork to make a soft dough. Remove fish from oven; raise oven temperature to 425 degrees. Spoon an equal amount of dough onto each fish portion. Return to oven; b*k« until biscuits are brown and fish flakes easily when tested with a fork -12 to 15 minutes. Serve with Cheddar Cheese Sauce. Makes 6 servings. CHEDDAR CHEESE SAUCE 1 can (10% ounces) condensed Cheddar cheese soup l-3d cup milk Vi teaspoon sauce teaspoon dry mustard Dash hot pepper sauce In a small saucepan, over low heat, mix together all ingredients. Heat and serve over fish and biscuits. Makes about 1 2-3d cups. Worcestershire fr ° m McKtvitt's Plant DENVER (AP)-rnver Dirt. Atty. Mike McKevitt, whi) sayi he hasn't decided whether to nin tor Congress, will announce his plans at a news conference Saturday morning. McKevitt has been considered a leading contender for the Republican nomination for Congress in the 1st District, which is the city and county of Denver His probable candidacy caused State Sen. Frank A. Kemp Jr., the 1968 nominee, to withdraw om the race. Greg Pearson, a "hawk candidate in 1966 who now is in the antiwar camp, said he wants to run. You can get LOVE (cosmetics) at Weldorwlo Pharmacy-SH Green Stamps too.-Adv. |Mini Operas Are Offered For People Sitting at Home 2 By MARY CAMPBELL ;i AP Ncwsfcatures Writer S NEW YORK ( A P ) - You can Jsee opera on television if you're J4n the ran°e of a National Edu- jiational Television station, but UJ'ou're not going to see the ·triumphal entry scene from ^'Aida," with a cast of thou- »sands and a herd of elephants. £ Peter Herman Adler, 71, mu- 3£ic and artistic director of the :KET Oprea Project, doesn't "Czechoslovakia, where Ijsmall sets, length of an hour or come from, has one permanenlUn hour-and-a-half and the Ian- opera house for about every onelguage to be English, million people. West Germany The first offering 1 has BO million population and G4 Opera Project, after it received permanent, year-round opera a Ford Foundation grant to get houses. America 200. "We have actually only one. So, most Americans haven't seen grand opera in foreign lan- : grand opera is suitable for i small screen, or t h a t it's what people silling in their homes jwant to see. era. Their public doesn't want them; they want grand opera. .,,,,,, ,,.._... "But most Americans, in our The first offering by the NET time, I think are not tuned to| the very big grand operas. But I think they will be very much in- At the same ratio Igoing, was the American pre-1 lerestcd in intimate operas. And would have to have miere last December of "FromlTV I think is much better than the House of Ihe Dead" written ever a stage can be for those-in 1930 by Czech composer Leos Janacck. The second, presented in March, was commissioned by getting across small settings, and words--to appeal directly, to See The Saab 96 At Our GRAND OPENING FRIDAY and SATURDAY THER.A.C.RALLYE. 114 STARTERS. 30FINISHERS.. ' 1WINNER. 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Peter Pears, ' who sang the title role in Hie i world premiere, sings it in t h i s ] ·TV f i l m . To prepare viewers for this opera, NET filmed a pro- Igram in which John Culshaw. 'who produced the "Peter j Grimes" film, and Rudolf B i n g . j I whose Metropolitan Opera also performs the opera, discuss t h e i respective productions at Cov-' enl Garden and the MET. \ After "Peter Grimes." the I n e x t opera seen probably will be : Mozart's 1781 "The Abduction. I from the Seraglio." ' \ Some NET stations show the| , operas more than once. ; | Adler says that he thinks the I most important part of Hie NET [Opera Project is the commis- isioning of new works. While he was at Hie NBC-TV Opera, after ,he cofoundcd it in 1949 until it idled from lack of a sponsor in '19G2, the first opera commis-j isioncd. in 1951, was Gian Carlo j J M e n o l t i ' s "Amahl and the Night' iVisitors," which has become a popular favorite. , "At the moment it is creative-] !ly most important to do new llhings. Big and expensive opera: i houses can not afford to experi- imenl and commission new op-'. iFavorite Treat Cheetahs it Ice Cream £ DURBAN, South Africa l A P i U-- What may be Ihe only ice ^rream-eating cheetahs in world 'Jive in South Africa's Valley of * ; 0ne Thousand Hills. ** Lucas, who has been in oap- Sfivity 17 years, and his junior ^companion Pete, reside at a jjtourist spot called Ben's Den in - N a t a l Province. They are ^·healthy animals, and their keep- £er. John Pollard. 19. a t t r i b u t e s £their fitness lo their diet. He Ogives them 10 pounds of meat ;-every day in summer and dou- »bles"the amoun; in w i n t e r . 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