HOMfeLE "CdD" NOT TO BE DESPISED WHEN
HOLIDAY DINNER IS PLANNED
top layer ' crumbs. , Dot .with little
butter and set in ho.t oven toheat
through and brown. These are served
as a course with olives or pickles.
BY CAROLINE COE
When the Pilgrim Fathers and the
rest of the "pilgrim" family sat down
to their Thanksgiying dinner they
had before them a feast of "fish and
flesh" as well as fowl, for boiled cod
fish invariably had a place of honor
beside the turkey and the venison.
Though codfish no longer appeals
to the appetite tuned to holiday deli
cacies, many housewives honor New
England tradition by serving fish as
well as turkey on Thanksgiving day.
The cook who is busy with the tur
key andthe pudding and the pies will
probably find it convejiient to broil
the fish, as the oven is already hot.
To broil it, fish should be placed with
skin sid downon the broiler or pan.
Cook rapidly for ten or fifteen min
utes. Salt and turn melted butter
The fish should be served on small
plates with tartare sauce or slice of
lemon, sprinkled with minced parsley.
No vegetable is served unless" it be a
sliced cucumber that has been mari
nated in oil and vinegar.
Boiled fish should be accompanied
with white sauce and chopped egg.
A most acceptable fish course may
be made in small ramililns. This may
be prepared early in the day, to re
lieve the strain of work just at din
ner. Boil tHe fish to be tised, allow to
cool, bone carefully and pick up into
good-sized flakes. Make white sauce
in proportion of one tablespoonful
of flour to each cup of milk used.
Blend flour with little, cold milk. Salt
to taste. Turn into cold milk and
set in double boiler. Stir constantly
to avoid lumps. When thick and
creamy add one-half teaspoon Of but
ter for each cup of milk and two
drops of onion juice.
Butter ramikins, put in a few
bread crumbs, then a layer of fish,
then sauce, then few crumbs. Alter-
ate until baking dish is full. Have
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