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THE MAUI NEWS FRIDAY, AXUGUST 17, 1917.
9 LIBERTY CATERING 9
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
1. Rice Croquettes
Season hot boiled rice with salt,
pepper, butter and a little grated
cheese; to one pint of rice add one
well beaten egs yolk and one-half ts.
baking powder. Mix well, shape when
cool In balls. Roll in egg and bread
crumbs and fry as usual.
2. Rice Crusts.
To one-half cup hot rooked rice add
13 cup cornrueal, 2 tbl. butter, V4 ts
salt. Cool and add 1 cup flour, 2 ts.
baking powder 1 egg yolk and the egg
white beaten stiff. Spread thin and
bake In a quick oven .
3. Rice Pancakes
Take 1 cup left-over rice, add one
well beaten egg, 4 tbl. milk, a pinch
of salt, cup flour, 1 tbl. melted
shortening and one ts. baking powder.
Fry on hot griddle with very little
4. Rice Omelet
Cream one tbl. each of cornstarch
and butter together and add to one
cup of boiling milk. When thick and
smooth add one cup hot cooked rice,
yolks of 3 eggs, well beaten and one
half ts. salt. Fold in the stiffly beat
en, egg whites and flavor with paprika
and nutmeg. Cook in ordinary frying
5. Rice Puffs
To one cup cold rice, well separated,
add 2 well beaten eggs, salt to taste,
and fry in fat about one inch deep.
Are a nice granish for roasts or steak.
6. Orange Rice With Sauce
Boil cup rice until tender but not
quite dry. With a fork add M ts.
salt, 1 tbl. sugar and V6 ts. butter.
Stir in the grated rind of half an
orange. Cover and keep warm until
rice has absorbed all of the liquid.
Sauce: Squeeze all the juice and the
pulp of an orange. Beat the white of
an egg very stiff and beat in 1 tbl.
sugar. When ready to serve stir the
pulp and juice into the beaten white.
7. Rice Gems
One cup well-cooked rice, moisten
ed with 2 tbl. cream or rich milk. Add
2 cups of sifted graham flour with
ts. salt. Add cup of sweet milk.
Beat thoroughly and bake in heated
Cook slowly for two hours one pint
of red beans that have been soaked
over night and drained. Then add M
pound fat bacon, a chopped sweet
pepper, salt to taste and V6 cup of
washed rice, and cook all together
slowly until tender and dry.
9. Browned Tomato Rice
Fry one cup cold boiled rice in 2 tbl.
butter until crisp and brown. Cover
with 1 cup hot tomato sauce and
sprinkle with 2 tbl. grated cheese.
Blend when serving.
10. Rice And Cabbage Soup
Fry strips of parboiled cabbage in
butter. Boll cup rice until very
tender in 2 quarts of water. Season
well, add the cabbage, boil together
for a few minutes, and pass grated
cheese when serving.
11. Cream Of Rice Soup
In a double boiler, put 1 qt. milk
and 1 cup plain cold boiled rice and
cook for hour. Hub through a
sieve and return to the boiler, season
with salt, pepper, and a faint dash of
cinnamon. Add 1 cup rich milk and
serve as soon as the soup Is piping
12. Rice With Green Peppers
Mince and fry 2 sweet green peppers
in 2 tbl. butter. Pour over and mix
well into 1 cup hot soft boiled rice
Season with salt and pepper while
13. Pineapple Rice Pudding
Beat 3 egg yolks and mix with
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cups steamed or boiled rice. Add Vs
cup sugar, '2 cup milk, and M can
grated pineapple. Fold in the beat
en egg whites. Pour, into a buttered
baking dish and bake hour. Serve
with cream or pudding sauce.
14. Japanese Salad
Cook cup raw rice in 1 qt. boiling
water and M ts. salt until soft, drain
and cool. Add to rice 2 chopped hard
boiled fggs, 2 tbl. each of finely chopp
ed green and red peppers, 1 tbl.
scraped onion, 1 tbl. finely chopped
parsley, 1 tbl. lemon juice and ts.
salt. Serve with sardines that have
been boned and cut in half.
15. Rice Loaf
Line a buttered baking pan with
warm steamed rice. Fill center with
creamed fish, perferably tuna or sal
mon, or, well seasoned Hamburg
steak. Cover with a layer of rice,
spread with butter or bacon fat and
bake in a hot oven for 30 minutes
16. Rice And Meat Soup
Simmer 1 pound of finely ground
fresh pork in 2 qts, salted water until
well done. In the resulting liquid put
2 tbl. washed raw rice, and boil slow
ly until rice has almost dissolved and
soup is rlrh tasting. Season with
salt and pepper, and eat with toast
17. Escalloped Rice And Tomatoes
Strain boiled rice through a colan
der. Boil 2 cupsful tomatoes. In a
buttered baking dish put a layer of
rice, sprinkle with pepper, salt, dots
of butter and a little of the boiled
tomato. Make the top layer of rice,
sprinkle thickly with grated cheese.
and bake in a moderate oven.
)r. Homer Hayes Plans
Dr. II. Homer Hayes, until about a
ear ago government physician on
Molokai, is to build a $200,000 apart
ment house in Honolulu as soon as he
ran find a site for same. The Star
nulletin last Saturday reproduced an
architect's drawing of the proposed
structure, showing a magnificent 4
story fire-proof building of most
modern type. The plans call for a
structure of 50 suites of rooms, having
a roof garden and swimming pool, and
equipped with all up-to-date conveniences.
Purser Of Manoa Drafted
Three Men Held
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church records was born December 23
1891 is a little over 26. Also, accord
ing to the voting register, Kaina in
1911 gave his age as 22.
Both Men Married
Kaina has a wife and 3 children
and Kama is also a married man
having a wife and one child. Because
of their married status both would
probably be exempted from the draft
In case they had registered.
The Ulupalakua case is similar to
the liana ones. Makaiwa is said to
have kept away from the registering
place. According to the election
register, he gave his age in 1915 as
23 years of age. All three men arrest
ed are Hawaiians.
Another Arrest Soon
The Sheriff is also looking into the
case of a young Portuguese in Waihee
named Gomes who is said to also
come in the slacker class. His record
is being investigate at the present
It is stated that the men under ar
rest will probably be sent to Hono
lulu tomorrow. The penalty for fail
ing to register Is 1 year in prison.
II. W. D. McKcnzie, purser on the
Manoa, has been drafted for the ar
my in San Francisco. He expects to
report for duty immediately upon his
return to the roast, and if possible to
make arrangements for transferring
from the army to the navy.
WILL BOOST FOR THE ISLANDS
Miss Lillian E. Snyder, represent
ative of the Clift Hotel, San Francisco,
who has been on Maui for the past
week in the interests of her house,
departed for the Big Island on Wed
nesday evening after having visited
the various points of interest about
Maul, including the ascent of Hale-
nkala. She is very enthusiastic over
her visit and promises to be a good
booster for the Islands in the future
M. A. CO. TAX SUITS
SET FOR MONDAY
Seven cases of the United States
versus Maui Agricultural Company,
delinquent tax suits, were yesterday
set for hearing on demurrer on August
Maui Agricultural Company has fil
ed suit against tt.e internal revenue
department, cross suits to tlmse
brought against the company by the
United States. Demurrer in the case
was continued for hearing. Adver-
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WAR CRY HAS SPECIAL
The War Cry of July 28, which has
just arrived, is of especial interest to
Hawaii. The front cover and pages
twelve and thirteen are devoted to
Salvation Army activities in the is!
The front cover contains pictures
of the two fines homes, with their
donors, recently dedicated one to
the babies, given to the Army by Mrs
B. F. Dillingham, of Honolulu, the
other, the Boy's home, the gift of Hon-
George Wilcox, of Kauai.
FLEMING On Monday, August 13
to Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Fleming, of
Ilonolua Ranch, a daughter.
NEXT SCHOOL YEAR
BEGINS SEPT. 10, 1917.
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be made early.
For Application Blanks and
complete information address:
E. C. WEBSTER, Pres.,
Honolulu, T. H.
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