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AUGUST 8, 1935 J ? !ire the Big Fish a Big Hand- ' You'll Like Its New Roles ~RT entertaining means keep- Add to Your Summer List ~g Pace with what's new inCreamy Sauce: Make a founda- as well as fun Summer party tion White Sauce by heating two must be breey:y as a zephyr, tablespoons butter in a saucepan, to look at. But because stirring until it bubbles a little, ~. raust also be very delicious to and then adding slowly two table- i tuna comes out in new cos- spoons of flour which has been Sand takes a bow. mixed with one-fourth teaspoon Len we open a can of tuna salt, one-eighth teaspoon pepper ar any of the other delicious and one-fourth teaspoon paprika, ~d fish we do not feel that it Stir until well blended and then Y Special occasion. That is add one cup milk which has been ~e we have become accus, heated, gradually over the butter to the ease of having these and flour mixture. Stir constantly fish. The ancient Roman~, other band, went to great to serve fish at their because food from the sea [ifficu]t to obtain, and con- Prestige on the host. Epicures Approve leu.-es of those days, and of ~. approved the taste of fish, the correct preparing and r~g of fist[ still confers pres- on the host. Many peon!e, do not know how to pre- and serve fi~h correctly F~v reason canned fish is particn- Popular. It comes to us per- Prepared. and ready to b3 need, if we like, by simple methods, or merely with :lOSs sauces. makers used to be known in the middle ages of and they were licensed by tuniclpality to sell sauces to and townsmen. Their tra- z still be traced In some best fish sauces served to- na fish is one of the least ex- ve of the canned varieties, looks very much' "in the manner" when it Is cast ~llied salads or souffi4s. Fol- suggestions for each of and also a delicious Sauce recommended by the and Sea Food Institute of the States: and let it simmer about tw~ ~n. utes until smooth and cream: 'o this cream sauce can be m..ed hard-boiled eggs cut in eighths to make an egg sauce, if preferred. Masked Tuna Loaf: Soften one teaspoon gelatin in two table- spoons cold water and dissolve in four tablespoons hot vinegar. Mix with the contents of a one-pound flat can of tuna fish which has been mashed, and add one-half teaspoon salt and a few grains of paprika. Pack into a loaf mold and chill. Meanwhile soften one- half teaspoon more of gelatin in two tablespoons cold water and melt over hot water. Then pour slowly into one-half cup of may- onnaise, beating all the time. Chill. Turn ouL the tuna loaf and spread the sides and top with the mayon- naise: Decorate the top and sides with sliced stuffed olives and strips of pimiento. Let chill and stiffen. Saree sliced. This serves six persons. Tuna Fi~sh Souffle;: Add two cups of tuna fish to two cups of thick white sauce. Then add one tablespoon lemon juice and the beaten yolks of six eggs. Fold in the stiffly-beaten whites of the si~ eggs, and pour into a buttered baking dish. Set in a pan of hot water and bake in a slow oven-- 325 degrees--for forty t,-, forty-five minutes or until set. Serve at once, This serves eight persons.* WHy NOT spend a Month at Catalina Island? Une- climate, good hotels, furnished houses at reasonable stores, schools, churches; hiking, swimming, riding, golf, tennis; 3 hours from Los Angeles; BUT--notice do not perpetually have to dodge automobiles, either day ight. A safe place for children. Try it out for yourself. PAGE ELEVEN [ AND READ THE ISLANDER. l THAT'S WHY ADS PAY! Women are the largest group of] [readers of newspapers. There are[ ] many reasons why this is true, but[ [the important one to the mechant[ [ is that they purchase or influence[ [ the p=rchase of ,98 .per cent of then [ merchandise sold today, l [ It is readily apparent that if a[ [ merchant would sell the most met-[ [ chandise, he must constantly appeal[ [ to the women--the buyers. Upon[ [ their opinion of his store, his suc-[ p Cr i,c lees, in business rests. | [ While women are reading the pa-[ [ pers they are in a receptive mood.[ ] A message ,vhich reaches them at [ ] this moment will have a lasting el-] [ fcct. A constant advertiser's ap-/ [ peal becomes cumulative to har.] [ Repetition makes reputation. They[ " " '" [ act upot~ the suggestions containedl [ in his advertising because they have | [ learned through hzppy experience, l [ It Pays to Patronize [ [ Those Who Advertise [ L In THE ISLANDER J So if you are planning to enter- tain this summer--and you'll want Join the Townsend Club to do a lot of it while the del- phiniums are in bloom and the dahlias are budding--see that your shelves are well stocked with canned peas of various sizes. Serve THE the tiny ones as a vegetable, the medium sized peas in salads and LATEST MAGAZINES reserve the larger, less expensive size. to simmer nice and tender in ARE HERE soups. Here Are Some Recipes Cauliflower and Pea Salad: Boil sufficient cauliflower to make two cups of the cauliflowerlets. (Boil until tender but not mushy.) Mari- nate separately for one hour, the cauliflowerlets, one cup of canned peas and one can of asparagus tips. Then toss lightly together the peas and cauliflower and pile on crisp lettuce. Arrange the as- paragus tips around the edge, and garnish with mayonnaise. This serves eight persons. Pea Oysters: Press sufficient canned peas through a sieve to obtain one cup of pea pulp. Add one tablespoon melted butter, a few drops of onion juice and the following sifted dry ingredients: one-fourth cup flour, one-fourth teaspoon baking powder, three- fourths teaspoon salt and one- eighth teaspoon pepper. Add one well-beaten egg yolk and fold in the stiffly-beaten white. Drop by small spoonfuls in hot deep fat (374-390 degrees) and fry until golden brown. Drain and serve with the meat course, either plain or with white sauce. This serves eight persons.* "Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard ? The everlasting God, Je- hovah, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary; there is no searching of his under- standing."--Isaiah 40:28. ---------~ :O :-- Our readers will find several inter- esting new advertisements in this is- sue. Look them over. 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