Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, February 05, 1942, Image 5

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    Thursday, Feb. 5. 1942
The Gold Hill News, Gold Hill. Oregon
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Although Indians were being ed-
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1642, the white girls of New Eng­
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schools until alm ost 1600, or more
than 150 years after the first one
wus established.
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No m an is the absolute lord of
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As of Old
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Invitation to Dinner—Tasty Onion Soup
(See Recipes Below)
L e t’s Serve Soup
This Week's Menu
Something hot, something to wari
up the system and som ething to st
the appetite in’
action so it ca
enjoy the m eal i
self—thia is sou.
Good companic
to a dinner c
c o o l n ig h t s a
main dish for a luncheon, this is th
reputation soup has acquired. S
give a lift to your m eals and get th
appetites off to a brisk start. The«
savory soup recipes will help you
•Onion Soup.
(Serves 4 to 8)
2 s'lr’es bacon, cubed
4 sw eet Spanish onions
2 tablespoons flour
1 quart milk
Salt and pepper
Stale bread
Grated American cheese
Fry cubed bacon slowly over lot
heat, stirring constantly until (at 1
extracted. Lift out crisp bacon bit
and set aside. Place thinly slice«
onions in pan with som e of bacoi
fat and saute until clear and ten
der. Sprinkle flour over onions
blend, add milk and crisp bacon
Stir constantly over direct heat o
cook in double boiler until sou]
thickens slightly. Season with sal
and pepper. Serve in soup platei
with croutons m ade by toasting stall
bread in oven. Sprinkle grate«
ch eese over bread just before serv
F lavor’s the important thing ir
soup, and you’ll know just to whal
extent when you try:
Split Pea Soup.
« (Serves 6 to 8)
1 cup dried split peas
2 quarts cold water
Ham bone with a little m eat on it
H sm all onion
Salt and pepper
Soak peas overnight, drain and
cover with the cold water. Heat to
boiling point, add onion and ham
bone. Sim m er 2 to 3 hours or until
tender. Rem ove ham bone and sea­
Serve with crisp toast.
you're having a rather heavy
m eal and are considering omitting
the soup, don’t
forego the pleas­
ure of having a
light, clear soup
because it’s just
th e th in g fo r
heartier ------------
m eals. Here’s a soup that
can be m ade in advance and heated
just before serving. Its excellent
flavor is inspired by a careful com ­
bination of seasonings.
Clear Tomato Soup.
(Serves 6 to 8)
1 quart brown soup stock
1 can tom atoes
% teaspoon peppercorns
1 sm all bayleaf
3 cloves
3 sprigs thym e
4 tablespoons butter
2 sprigs parsley
Vt cup each onion, carrot, celery
% cup raw ham, diced
Salt and pepper
Cook onion, carrot, celery ar
ham in butter 5 m inutes. Ad
tom atoes, p e p p e r c o r n s , baylea
cloves, t»>yme and parsley. Cov<
and cook slowly 1 hour. Strain can
fully, add hot stock and season wit
Lynn Says:
Good soups deserve attractive
accom panim ents. Here are som e
popular ideas:
Thin slices of lemon, chopped
parsley, thin slices of avocado,
slightly salted whipped cream ,
toasted almonds.
In the bread line you can really
do a lot of tricks, such as cutting
the bread into fancy shapes with
a cookie cutter, then toasting and
sprinkling on soup before serv­
ing. Rings (m ade with doughnut
cutter), anim al shapes, hearts,
stars and diamonds are popular.
Cheese sticks are good too and
are m ade by sprinkling grated
ch eese on bread strips, broiled
and served hot.
Chopped chives or chopped
parsley either by them selves or
sprinkled over the salted whipped
cream add color to soup platters.
•Onion Soup
Meat Lioaf
Baked Potatoes
Julienne Beets
Cloverleaf Rolls, Butter and Jam
Orange-Pineapple Salad
Chocolate Pepperm int Tarts
•R ecipe Given.
salt and pepper.
Chicken Bouillon.
(Serves 8)
3 to 4 pound stew ing chicken
2 chicken feet
3 to 4 quarts boiling water
3 stalks celery or *4 cup diced
celery root
1 onion, sliced
Salt and pepper
Nutm eg
Clean chicken and cut into sm all
pieces. Scald chicken feet. Skin and
rem ove nails. Pour boiling water
over chicken, feet, celery and onion.
Cover and sim m er about 3V4 hours.
R em ove chicken, strain stock and
season. The chicken may be used
cream ed, in casseroles or wherever
cut, cooked chicken is called for.
Lentil soup has long been among
th e h ig h - r a n k ­
ing favorites. Be­
cause it has sub­
stance such as the
le n t ils th e m ­
selves, m eat or
even sausage, it's
excellent served
as a main dish,
e s p e c ia lly
n ig h t
Lentil Soup.
(Serves 6 to 8)
2 cups lentils
3 quarts cold water
2 pounds brisket of beef or ham
1 stalk celery, diced
2 onions, cubed
2 tablespoons fat
2 tablespoons flour
Salt and pepper
Pick over lentils, wash, and soak
overnight in cold water. Drain, cov­
er with cold water, and cook with
the m eat for 1% hours. Add celery
and onion and cook for 2 hours.
Blend m elted fat and flour, season,
then add H i cups stock and cook un­
til thick. Add rest of stock and
serve with a slice of rye bread,
sprinkled with ch eese and toasted
until the cheese is m elted. Lentil
soup is good also with sm oked sau­
sage or frankfurters in place of the
m eat listed above.
Another good soup that m akes a
m eal in itself is this: Deep sea oys­
ters are especially flavorful for
Oyster Bisque.
(Serves 6)
1 pint oysters
Vfa cups w ater
Salt and pepper
2 cups milk
% cup dry bread crumbs
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon ftour
1 onion, chopped fine
1 stalk celery, chopped fine
1 sprig parsley, chopped fine
Cook oysters in their own water
and liquor until they curl. Add on­
ion, celery, parsley and sim m er gen­
tly for 20 minutes. Scald m ilk, add
bread crum bs and cook for 15 min­
utes in double boiler. Put mixture
through a sieve. Melt butter, blend
in flour and seasonings. Add milk
and crumb mixture. Rub oysters
through a sieve and add to milk
m ixture. Serve with soda crackers.
Quick soups m ay be concocted
(rom cans. Here are som e com bi­
nations guaranteed to please:
1 can tomato soup, 1 can pea
1 can tomato soup, 1 can chick­
en soup
1 can chicken soup, 1 can cel­
ery soup
1 can consom m e, 1 can tomato
1 can chicken soup, I can m ush­
room soup
1 can tomato soup, 1 can as­
paragus soup
1 can mushroom soup, 1 can
chicken broth
(R eleased by W estern N ew spaper U nion.)
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