Baked Fish

Clean well; sprinkle with salt an hour before cooking. Tie it with a string, sprinkle flour over it, baste with butter, place on a wire gridiron across a dripping-pan. Allow 1 1/2 hours for a good-sized fish.

BAKED FISH.

BAKED FISH.

Baked Fish With Tomatoes

When fish is put in the pan for baking, it is a very nice variation to pour a can of tomatoes over it. Season and bake.

Baked Fish With Cream Sauce

Miss Juliet Corson.

Take any kind of baked fish, remove the bones and skin, put in a baking-dish, cover with the sauce, and dust with cracker dust. Bake a delicate brown.

Halibut - Creole Style

Miss Juliet Corson.

Get a thick, square piece of halibut, or other fish if preferred. Wash it and lay it on a baking-dish. Season with salt and pepper. Chop a clove of white garlic about the size of a bean, and strew over the fish, then put on a cup of canned or fresh tomatoes. Bake until the flakes separate. Dish up without breaking. The combination of garlic and tomatoes gives the name Creole to a dish.