Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 76
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 76

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
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(U_L 41 The Arizona Republic Ffl., Afro 4, 1969 Extravagant but simple dessert • • • By DOROTHEE POLSON Make this Easter Sunday dessert by chilling in a towering (krup spiral-shaped aluminum mold, or even in the familiar crown mold. •Although it looks extravagant, the dessert is made of the simplest foods — but artfully combined. Lemon gelatin is dissolved ki apple juice, beaten into egg yolks enhanced with ginger, lemon juice and whipped cream. In addition to our Easter dessert, here are Good Fri- ay fish recipes that are healthfully nutritious for use any time of year. MOUSSE APPLE CREAM 3 envelopes lemon flavored gelatin % cup cold water 1 cup apple juice 2 tablespoons finely chopped crystallized ginger 3 egg yolks 1V4 cups sugar ¥4 teaspoon salt 2 cups canned apple sauce 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 cup heavy cream, whipped Sprinkle gelatin over water in cup and let soak to soften. Combine apple juice and ginger in 1-quart saucepan; heat to boiling point. Add gelatin and stir to dissolve. Beat egg yolks. Beat In sugar and salt. Pour small amount of hot gelatin mixture into egg mixture, stirring to prevent lumping. Then stir all egg mixture into saucepan. Cook and stir for 10 minutes or until thick. Stir in apple sauce and lemon juice. Cook and stir nive minutes longer. Chill until cool but not too thick. Fold In whipped cream and fill 6- quart mold that has been rinsed in cool water. Chill at least 4 hours. Unmold on serving platter. Serves 10 to 12. GOLDEN HALIBUT BITS 2 pounds halibut fillets or •teaks 1 cup pancake mix % teaspoon salt % cup beer French-fried potatoes Cut halibut into \Vz inch pieces. Combine pancake mix with salt and beer, stirring to blend. Dip halibut into beer batter and deep-fry in hot oil (375 degrees) until golden brown, 4 to 5 minutes. Drain Cathy Douglas: A Washington matron? Apple cream mousse mold suggests Easter Sunday bonnet and keep hot in oven while frying remaining halibut. Serve with French-fried potatoes. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Variation: Substitute beer with 1 cup milk and 1 well- beaten egg. SWORDFISH AND PEACHES 1 can (No. 2%) cling peach halves 3 swordfish steaks about %" thick % cup melted butter 2 tbsp. lemon juice 2 tbsp. A.I. Sauce Paprika Drain peaches, cut steaks into six serving pieces; Place fish in shallow pan and sprinkle with mixture of melted butter, lemon juice and A.I. Sauce. Sprinkle generously with paprika. Place under broiler for 10-12 minutes, basting once or twice. Place peaches around fish, and broil five minutes longer. Serves 6. BAKED FLOUNDER WITH SPINACH STUFFING 4 flounder fillets (about % pound each) 1 pkg. frozen chopped spinach, thawed 1-3 cup butter 1 tbsp. minced onion ¥z cup packaged bread stuffing 2 tbsp. A.I. Sauce % cup water % tsp. salt Dash pepper Wash fish. Cook spinach according to package instructions. Saute onion in butter, and mix with stuffing, A.I. Sauce and spinach. Place 2 fillets in shallow oiled baking dish, skin side down. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Spread spinach stuffing on each fillet, and top each one with a second fillet. Cover baking dish and bake at 375 degree for 15 minutes. Remove cover and bake 10 - 15 minutes longer, basting with pan juices, so that fish is nicely browned. Serves 4. Continued Front Page 45 but sometimes things are harder to get done because I'm in school." Mrs. Douglas is taking three courses this semester. She attends some student gatherings and has been active in the university's International Week: "It Is getting the students together who will get the world together," she said. "The future holds basic qualitative decisions for today's student. The university is one of the places where a society can experiment and grow." Mrs. Douglas was one of the campus models in a special international week fashion show featuring modern adaptations of native costumes from across the world. There is, however, a "definite division between my two lives," a division she says is "good for both." "I work on a theoretical level here at school all day and at night I can mix and mingle with the practical aspects," she said. "At school I hear people talking about What's going on in the world and then I go home and talk to the people who are making it happen." The anonymity of being au coed Cathy Douglas has its amusing moments. "The first day of my first semester on campus I went to class and the professor said, 'Now, don't use your social security number for identification in this class, because Justice Douglas said in EXOTIC RICE Fluffy rice pudding has been a favorite for generations. Make it an exotic dessert. Whip 1 cup whipping cream sweetened with powdered sugar and flavored with a dash of ginger. Fold this into 4 cups cooked, chilled rice with 1% cups well drained fruit cocktail. Heap high in serving dishes. 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"It's 15 miles to the nearest phone, there's no television and my summer wardrobe consists of morning jeans and shirt and evening jeans and shirt. Once a week we drive 60 miles to town to shop and pick up the mail. Then I dress up in a light blue pair of jeans." "There is really so little to say about my life, and I get tired of telling people I'm from Portland, Ore., I have three brothers, my father worked for the- railroad .. . About the only interesting things t did before I was married were to bicycle through Europe and work with emotionally disturbed children. "1 spent my first year getting used to Washington, my second getting used to school, and my third I'm getting used to both. But people aren't curious any more and I like it that way. I'm just an old Washington matron now." Shop Our Complete Selection ef Lovely Easter Faihloni for Mother, Daughter and Tiny Toti. Three Si 3111 E. 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