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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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SOME USEFUL HINTS ON HOW TO SELECT AND
PREPARE POULTRY AND GAME
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fllM iriinir unlet thin of poultry In liy tho iiiurldil mini, It will lio iiiicch
lid mi 1'iiny t link It rmiulioH ox- wiry to iiltimil to thosu chiliiUs. U
purlcnru, iiml uimiilly It In iiocniumry fioMily killed, n turltoy hIioiiIiI Iio
to iIikiiiI Miitiinwliiit iiioii tlui Jwlg- koi't for (it li'iiNt tliren or four days
iiiciit mill lioiii'Kly of Hid ilo.ilur. Injioforo cooking, or tlui flesh will not
in it k I ti k ii Hi'liictlon. moo tlmt tint fluNli.liu wlilto mill tundur.
la firm mill Hint tlwro In ii fair wiioii dmsslng poultry, first of nil
iituoiiiil of fiit iinilnrneiith thu skin, ruinovo nil pln-fcalliurs. Thin mny
Tliu fiit hIioiiIiI Ii ii )iillow rolor. An J ,u ,.ny accomplished with n pair of
ovorfnt hlnl In not economical, iiml hnind twuururs. Then carefully sing'),
owing to tlui flcMi I.oIiik grimsy, It Ii tiio hlnl, turnliiK coiiNtimtly so that
Im illKfNtlhln iiml ilnllcntu In flnror.pi will ho IhorouKhly singed In every
When freMi nnd In good condition. ,,uri. Itomovu thu liuml, thon tho
Inn skin of n turkey should look, iron attached to tlui uullnt. nml tho
clear uinl iiiiwrlnkli'il. Whvn younR,
nil poultry nhoulil Inivn n fluxlhlo
hrcnNthonu, smooth, pllnhhi li'K nml
wlnd-plpo mny hu druwu out of tho
mirk opening. It In usually not nee-
issnry to in ii kit n Mil In tho nock, uml
noft feel. If llio spur nnt largo, thu ' u,lh nhoulil hu nvolilml, tin tho hlnl
leg hnnl, foul nrnly, hrenathnuo rldlil will mnku n much hcttiir nppcnrnncii
nml with loriK hlr, llio hlnl In no if t n to ha ronNtcil. Cut off nhout
Question of Age
Tli iiii'Ntlnn of ngn nml tough
ness affect ItH palntnhlllly rather
two Inches of I tin nock, ho that thn
Nkln mny ha folded hack.
Thu nock trlmmliiKN nhoulil ha
aved for making stock for gravy or
nup, Tlio tendons Nhoulil ho ro-
than tho nutrltlm ijunllly In fact ' moved from thu leg, for tin-mi ton
n tough old hlnl mny ha steumnil ' ttoriH when cookoil form n dlagrcu
or frlcaeod nml ha found wry do- nhln miIihIiiiico To rrmova, carefully
IIcIoun. I mnku nu Inch sill lengthwlo throuKh
llu careful to notn that poultry In 'thu Nkln halow tha kui-u Joint nml ut
frco from nil illicoloratlou uml that mm side, on lalng epen tho skin, thn
tendon, white, shiny ronlN, will ha
nu en Hllp u Nkanar or liirgo nnll
miliar each ona nml pull them nut.
It tha hlnl I olil IIiIn will h fouuil
n llttlu hnnl to ilo.
thu oyos nra clear tang, thin, pur
plUh ncckN iiIno itanota ago. Chick
m nml fowl hnva certain character
InHcn which mnka them cnnlly ill
tlllglllkhahln ClilckctiN hatn Nuft
ftMl ftj.wll.l.. I. -.... I I....... ...M..U ..!..-
fr.nth.irN nml 11 vary Niuatl quantity; "oeimen Should Not
or fat; fowl havn liuril unit Ncnly
fuut, a rlKhl hraaNthonu, long hair
nml n larxa niimuut of fa I
lltnri n rlilrWttit Im flu lk tfvln.l
.... . .....n w If, I'M W( ,
ronatcil, the 'location of tcnilcrncss Is ' liKlrl'in nNr thn ant. Iimurt two
of Kri'nt Imporlunra Tha nIiu of n fliiKiTN nml carefully looren thu 'ii
rhlcUan wilt UNiially luillrnta Un nxa I trail. When ull nro loose, Krnp thu
Tho hroller will ha Riiinll ami mora hanlet Biilmtiiiite, tha clztunl, nml
tanilar thun the fr)liiK chicken, ami 1 pull It out. KverythliiR olio will
tha frliiK chicken iimnlliir 11 nil mora coma with It, hut ha careful not to
lander th tin tha ona for ro.mtlnK-, prrwi nnythliiKi thon thero will ho no
Tha mora flaxlhla tha hreanthana, t'j'ilanKcr of hruaklnR tho Kail hlaildor.
mora tender tha chicken. Iruvrt tho hand nml rumnva tha
V01111K Inini! duck harn yellow Npnnxy mliNtancoN which llo under
feet nml hllU An they hecoino older 'the hrenat In cnrltleN: tho kldnoy
Cut Off Legs of Birds
Never allow the trmloNinnn to cut
off thu li'KH of iioultry, for then thu
tendoiiN ran not ha removed
When tendon hnva hecn removed,
cut off tho feet Make n two-Inch
them turn darker and hcromu rod.
Tha wild duck hiu Rinnll, reddUli
feat, either younc or old, Thu Ior of
11 jounit hlnl will ha Miinoth nml tho
wiiIiIiIiik or thu feut Hnft.
Thu Iorn of roono Nhoulil ha pllahlo
nml yellow nml thu wehhlnR of thn
foot Noft. Tha hill nlo Nhuuld ho
will hu found In similar cavities down
I.at cold unter run throuRh tho
hlnl until It In thoroughly cleaned.
In ruttlnR n hlnl for a fricassee
hnvu (harp knlve. Cut off tha Iorn
nt thn tint Joint, thun eparnto at tha
nrnnil film Tlila ! nrmllv jlfinn If
Pllahlo. tha bream plump uml H' ,,, nr ,)Cnl. . cm off wnK. nml
wit.., ...uiiiu niwu),.,,,,.-..., ., Rm,nrnln lir,..,iinnn
ho eaten )oiitiff.
Instructions Given for
It thu hlrilN have not heen dromed
from tha hack, divide hack In four
plecuN, llt down tho hnint, cuttnR
It In two. Kach of tin-no pieces may
hu cut In half.
In Order to
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They used to call a man a 'sport"
when he bought an automobile
THAT was before the
days when pretty nearly
everybody owned one or
could, if he wanted to.
There was a lot of waste
about motoring in those days.
A man spent a lot of money
on his car and never thought
very much about what he
was getting in return.
When a man buys a tire
nowadays he has a pretty
definite idea of what he ex
pects to get out of it
The dealer who sells him
one that gives him Jess than
he expects isn't likely to get
any more of his business.
That's one of the reasons
why we handle U. S. Tires
and recommend them to the
Sthct your tires ac
cording to tho road$
thfhmv to trartt:
Iniandyor hilly country,
whertrtr the foJag U apt
to be beavr The U.S.
motorists of this community.
The U. S. reputation for
quality is not built on any
There is not one standard
for largcU.S. Tires and anoth
er standard for small ones.
Every tire that bears the
name "U. S." is built the
best way its makers know
how to build it The oldest
and largest rubber concern
in the world cannot afford
to play favorites in seeking
Come' in and tell us what
you are looking for in tires.
We can probably tell you
whether you need a U. S.
Nobby, Chain, Usco, Plain,
or a Royal Cord.
For ordinary country
road The U. S. Chita
For front wheel The
For bett result erery'
vrier U. S. Royal
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White Pelican Garage
Word Offered About
Stuffing and Trusting
To stuff nnd truss poultry for
roasting, first put a little stuffing In
tho nock nnd fill In, whero tho crop
has hocn romovod. Fold ovor tho
skin of tho nock to tho hnck and
fasten with n smnll skowcr or sow In
placo with n trussing noodle. Thon
Htuff tho hlnl throo-fourths full
throuRh tho Incision mndo In draw
ing. Tuck tho tall Into tho opening
nnd how firmly Into placo. Now re
move, tho oil hag hy cutting nround It
with a Hhnrp knlfo. It too much
stuffing Is UBOd there will ho no nl
lowanco for swelling and It might
Pinion tho wing closo to the sldo
and run a throadod trussing noedlo
through wing and bird to tho othor
wing. Tako a stitch to hold firmly
and thon run needle back through
the bird again and tie tho thread so
It majr easily b remored. This will
hold the wings in place. Fasten the
legs In the tame manner.
To prepare the giblets, wash the
heart and cut it in two lengthwise.
The gall Madder U a little green etek
attached to the liver. Great care
ah,atd be taken net4 hreak it, a It
eentaJaa n very MUer tetaae. Ctt
through tho thick part of tho gltxard,
ompty It and pull out the tough In-
sld5 skin. Fut tho giblets and trim
mings from tho neck In a quart of
boiling water. Cook until tonder;
then chop glhlots fino, strain tho
stock nnd uso for a sauco or gravy,
milling tho chopped giblets.
Slngo, dross, wnah and dry n young
chicken. I'ropuro n colory dressing
of two cups dry bread crumbs, one-
hult cup melted huttor, ono-halt cup
diced celery, 0110 toaspoonful salt,
ono-halt tvaspoonful pepper and ono-
hnlt tcnspoonful powdered sago. Stuff
chockln, truss and rub over with ollvo
oil or molted huttor, dredgo with
flour and lot roast until tonder in a
modorato ovon, basting ovory 15 min
utes. Serve with glblot sauco.
Cut up chlckon as for fricassee,
noil each piece In flour, sprinkle
with aalt and pepper, place In a cas
serole and Just cover with boiling
water. Cook In a alow oven until
chicken la tender. Add one cup of
rich milk or thin cream, thicken
allghtlr and aerve.
Tiia metnea u eattaeie wr an em-
er, aoaewhat teagt terker. Prepare
the bird as for roasting and with any
desired dressing. Place several ta-
blespoonfuls of beef drippings or salt
pork fat In tho pan, and allow It to
melt. Thon add a layer of the fol
lowing vegetables cut In dlce: Car
rots, celery, onions, turnips nnd .If
liked, ono cup of tomato puree. Place
tho turkey on tho vegetables and add
onough stock or hot water to covor
tho vegetables only. Covor and cook
until the bird is tendor. Tho tlmo
required will dopond on tho size and
ago of tho fowl. Turn tho bird at
least twice during the cooking. Whon
cooked romovo cover, dredgo with
flour and brown. Strain the stock,
thicken and sorve as a sauce.
Dress and truss the turkey. Use
any desired stuffing. Mix equal
quantities of flour and butter until
creamy. Rub turkey with his mix
ture. Place in a roasting pan or
double roaster in a moderately hot
oven, basting every 15 minutes. A
10-pound turkey will take about
Oyster Stuff ing .
Oae and eae-halt capo aoft bread
crambe. oae-thlrd cap batter or aab-
atltate aolted, ftaa taUeepeaafallawM taaeribed with' the sum efc.
chewed paretey, twe toaisocaftle alaia . Wfcatov
lemon juice, one teaspoonful salt,
one-half teaspoonful pepper, two cape
oysters, one-quarter cup oyster liquor.
Put crumbs In a bowl, add butter,
parsley, salt, pepper, lemon, oysters
cut in half, and oyster liquor. Mix
woll before placing In fowl.
Cut chlckon as for fricassee.
Sprlnklo with salt, popper and roll
in flour. Fry until a golden brown
then cover with boiling water or
stock, and gontly stmmor until ten
dor. Romovo chicken to a baking
dish, remove fat from st(k, thicken
and season. Cover chicken with
gravy and place a flaky pastry on
top. Bake In a hot oven. Then
chicken may be prepared a day la
advance and set away in a cool lace.
V. C. MEMORIAL
BERKELEY, Cal., May S3. Dr.
David Barrows, president of the Un
iversity of California, urged the
erection of three huge gates at the
entrance to the University cempaa
as a memorial to Berkeley'a aoMlara
who gave their Uvea la the war, la a
report he recently submitted to the,
college elty memorial eommtMet .
The gates will iaelads breaae est-
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