The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 21, 1971 · Page 41
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 41

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, November 21, 1971
Page 41
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ilrtK8RAZOSPORTFACTS. Frerport. "JVxav Sun<i»?. November :i.1S?t. l'i£r 21 OKH.AT.tL i i: .-> H Main Dishes. SCALLOPED OYSTEKS "Mr* C.K. Thomas K report P. pm's tA'Mers "i CUf- KiiSk '-: tsp saii Dash pepper i 'Ibsp. nnr.ei-d parsley One-tiiirc cup meJtwi butter 3 cup* coarsely crumbled soda crackers Strain off oysters' liquid and combine with milk. Kemov*- any hit* of shell from oyster.* Add sail, pepper and parsley So oysters Mix butter and crackers. Arrange one-third of the crackers in bottom of a greased casserole. Top with a layer of one-half of the oysters. Repeat layers, ending with crackers. Pour milk and oysters' liquid into casserole. Bake in moderately slow oven 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Serves four. CHEESEBURGER LOAF Mrs. ILC. Richards Freeport '2 cup evaporated milk 1<«? l'i Ib. ground meat 1' 2 tsp. sail I Tbsp. catsup 1 cup cracker crumbs 2 Tbsp onions 1 tsp dry mustard 1 cup grated American cheese. Blend all ingredients except cheese until thoroughly mixed. Unc loaf pan with heavy wax paper. Place one-hail cup cheese in bottom of .pan. Spread evenly and cover with meat mixture. Repeat and bake in moderate oven 390 degrees for one hour. Allow loaf to stand 10 minutes before turning on platter. Remove paper and slice. SHRIMP CKOtH'FTTKS arnalen <:j"Kjvi«*ij*" 'i IhiU !i H>'^ ii>«- VUlltair t.rfii :-v I"r«-rport ;.;i';.r i.rt .jr; X.i!: j,r-: J; -i.-v ,•;.-••;>}«•.; J>:r-it-> buifi-r r: ijk iird sifxrjf ;iRti add N<nmp and peiatin Heat «he «-ss yolk with she crcam. add the saucr unit rrturn to ssawrpan irv ihickening. lakinK care that ii does not ixn! Add lemon juice, par- sJoy, wilt and jn-ppcr Spread U)t.i mixture onto a shallow djsh to coo! and sot Wlien srt rut in pichl equal parts and form a lirm cv'lindw of each Roll cacti in bread crumbs, then in a mixture of beaten egg whites and salad oil. then again in tread crumbs, again in egg white and bread crumbs Fry in hot deep fat (400 degree*) until golden brown and serve hot, garnished with some sprigs of parsley that have been fried crisp ibut not brown > in the *ame deep fat. MOCK ENCHILADAS Sbelb* Muick Otey 2 cups cheese, grated 2 cups minced onions 4 cups com chips 1 cup chili without beans Grease the bowl, put layer of cheese, onion, corn chips, heat chili and melt cheese on top.. "Vou fcave no idea how worried I was about my husbands clothes 'til I vent trim to CHONEV'S" . . .if Ooncy'K can't give you the best fit — they .don't want your ^business! Well dressed *nen (depend on Croney'* quality — at price* you can afford. Open A Charge Account today! CHONEY'S CAKE JACKSON Opposite Lake Theatre prpp-T .\'i:'. !:r.-a:.'t.: «,rf'. ititis (:ri«-r; : '•«•! ; . <' .»(]<', stir Slit '.!'. !--«'.ir: sjlr^>u!^ iij!hti> iiak"- for y> ttii::utr* l.'ntwvcr and bafcr 30 minutr* longer Salt to tastr or ruay !«• added at tah)«- S<T^r with Chines'- niwdSrs rn «nght Add (or txidctS latti- and tun 1 IJVSAGNE Mr«. Frank J. Matuvrk Sr. Bmiari* 1 Ib. ground txx-f '3 cup chopped onion 2 cups (1-1 II) can< tomatoes 1 6 07 can tomato posif One^hird cup water I garlic clove, minced 1 tsp. orcgano '.« tsp. pepper <7 Ib. lasagne noodle*, cooked 2 C ox. pkgs. Kraft natural low moisture pan- skim Mouarclla cheese slices. '.7 ig Vclveeta pasteurized procciw ch«-in- sprcad, sliced '•» cup Kraft grated Parmesan cheese. Brown meat. Add onion. cook until tender. Drain off excess fat. Stir in tomatoes, tomato past* 1 , water, garlic and Hcasonlngs.Covirr; sinimiT 30 minutes. In a JZxfl inch baking dish, layer half of noodles, meat MIUCO. Mozzaraila. Velv««ria and I'arm«Jin, repeat layers Bnkc lit 3Wi oVKr«-«i for 3() mmutci, Six to fight wr- vingft. "FltANK-LY SPEAKING CORN DOGS i'rrillanii Nav««»rd Ijlir Jarkwm 1' •-• ciqm all purjjiM' flour 2 Ttep sugnr J < t»p wilt I 1 ? tnp. baking pnwdrr I 1 : tsp dry mustard *< cup com meal 1 fgK I onr-third cup milk 1 Tbsp salad oil 1 Ib franks '; cup flour Shortening for derp fnt frying Sift together onf and one- half cup* flour, sugar, wilt, baking (nwdrr and dry mustard Stir in cornmcal Horn egg. add milk and salnd oil together Add to flour mixture and ntlr until blended Stick wooden skewers, into ends of franks WIJM- franks with a dry cloth. I)UM with flour, then dip in baiter iJrop into hot fol (375 degrees! and fry until golden brown Drain IMI iibwirtHiit JWIJXT Serve hot Yield: 10 to 12 corn dogs lit NTKIfSl.fNfll Km Moon l)|r\ 2', Ib rhirkrn rup nalt I No 3 can 1 toii\ator% of ran' tomato 3 Tb»p shortening I ouji wxjr rream I can condVn*ed fbirken vni|> 1 Tbsp caraway »erd '» t»p pepper Fry chicken until golden Ijrown but not done, add all ingredient* it> pjwi drip pings, pour over chicken put in oven Iwke until done. or 1 hour at 3SO. or until tender TATEKTOT CASSEROLE Kmllv ^",v^T^tl Lake Jack%on Brown one |xnmd ground lieef in skillet Stir in one cim chicken gurnlio Miup I'laee in greased casserole Cover with one can cream of chicken soup. Stir in liKlilly ("over entire (op of casserole with Tdlcr Tots, i frozen potato halls' Hake 4fi minuK'S at 3Mi degrees Salt Pepper 1 ; Hi Ivnonn 3 nt chill powiler ('.HIT with water t'tvok iri medium Iteal m large pan with lid Cook three hnurx or until done MVERTAMJ.SM'R R IBS(PORK) Mrv J.H. Morle Clule :i His park rihs. flour nm! Ivown on Uith sides I cup onion 1 clove garlic ' i cup vinegar '; cup catsup ^ Thsp brown sugar 1 li.iy leaf 2 or 3 cups of water Mix nil ingredients Pom- over rilis am! cook until tntdrr, Home '(iift^ Appea I Far fvrry namv nn your li»t . . . in xtylc that tnt-ans comfort thrintflunit fin- year . . . for i-vcry room . . . Dincr/e's i h.n. <•,,. • k,., t.r IURNHURI SHOES For Women / l^v^^^^t-- America. Shoes ^1 |J — v *-ii i ««>*r« *te»«>\K 4M^t\4 5 5JS West Second St. IVeejiort 2XI^«2lJ ««A10ifO*T VILLACK OOWHTOWI LAKI JACKSOM PHOMI W7-4W1 | •RAZOSfORT VILLACK PHOMI JV74U1 .

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