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Tomatoes -- thinly sliced
Onions -- slivered
Provolone cheese -- thinly sliced
Romano or Parmesan cheese -- grated
Elsa’s Salad Dressing
 
Arrange several layers of the above in this order: tomatoes, onions, grated cheese, salad dressing, and provolone cheese. It is important that you put the salad dressing on before you put the provolone cheese in each layer as the provolone will block the dressing from getting onto the layer beneath. You will need several batches of the salad dressing-it depends on how much salad you are making and how much you put on the salad.

 

Elsa's Salad Dressing

1/4 c. olive oil

2 capsful vinegar (tarragon or red wine)

salt and pepper to taste

1/4 -1/2 tsp. Tarragon

1/4 -1/2 tsp. Oregano

1/8 -1/4 tsp. Sugar

2 cloves garlic-crushed, then minced

Mix all this together.

This is best if it sits a while. This recipe is enough to dress one large salad.

The salad presents better if you leave the tomato slices whole and the provolone slices whole, but if you are serving a lot of people and don't want a mess, slice the tomato slices in half and tear the cheese slices and arrange them about the layer-it's easier to handle this way. All of the ingredients are to taste. 

Garnish as you please, preferably with a garnish that will not alter the flavors-parsley or chopped green onions are good.  Set the salad out of the refrigerator about an hour before serving. Make the salad early in the day that you are serving it so that the flavors all meld together.

Geanne Raker

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Shuffleboard

Monday mornings are filled with the sounds of shuffling.  None of us are “pros” but we sure have a lot of fun.

Many thanks to Roy and Geanne Raker for supplying the shufflers with hot dogs, chips and soda.

Feel free to join us Monday mornings at 9:30.

Diane LaCombe

 

Bocce Ball

 

Poker

 

Golf

 

 

Water Aerobics

Our ladies are doing well strengthening their muscles toning up and looking great for it.

Joan Rodier

 

 

Line Dancing

The opportunity to dance twice a week has brought many folks together.  We even strutted our stuff at the open house. 

Barbara Brown

 

 

Highland Lassies

The women  of the Highlands meet for lunch on the second Friday of each month.  This month the luncheon is May 13th at 11:30 at Maine-ly New England in Zephyrhills.  We will be ordering off the menu. If you you'd like to car pool, meet at the Clubhouse parking lot at 11:10.  RSVP—Sharon Proue by May 8th

Horseshoes
The first season was a success.
Many thanks to all the players that helped rebuild some of the pits.  Our goal is to complete the job over the summer.  Have a nice summer, see you in the fall.

Paul LaCombe

Highland Lassies' Luncheon

On April 8th, 34 women enjoyed a spectacular lunch at Saddlebrook Golf and Tennis Resort. The scenery and the food was wonderful.  Sharon Proue is the May hostess.

Barbara Brown