Order of the Hook Dinner Recipe

For this recipe you will need one salmon, trout, or Steelhead fillet, 1-2 tablespoons Dry Herb Rub, ¼ cup of melted butter and  6-10 of thawed out sheets of phyllo dough. 

First, remove the skin of the fish and discard skin. On a large baking sheet, lay out one sheet of phyllo dough. Using a brush spread a light layer of melted butter on thawed out phyllo dough. Repeat making six layers. The more layers, the thicker and flakier the “crust”. Place the fish on the phyllo dough and season with Dry Herb Rub or your favorite fish seasoning (If you don’t have a Herb Rub recipe there is one at the end of this blog we recommend). Wrap phyllo completely around the fish. Lightly cover the top of  phyllo dough with butter, salt and pepper to taste and bake at 375 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until fish reaches 135-140 degrees. Let us know how your phyllo dough wrapped fish turns out. If you altered the recipe at all let us know so we can try it that way next time.

HERB RUB
2 bay leaves, 2 tsp. sugar, 1 tsp.
thyme, ½ tsp. oregano, ½ tsp. onion
powder, ½ tsp. garlic powder, ½ tsp.
salt, ¼ tsp. pepper, ¼ tsp. rosemary.
Grind ingredients in a mortar and pestle,
or food processor

Advertisements
Published in: on March 19, 2012 at 7:00 am  Leave a Comment  

49th Annual Melodrama

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Illustrious Sir Stan Garrett presents the El Korah shrine 49th Annnual Double Feature Melodrama playing the Investor’s Daughter aand  Manic Manor. If you missed last years show, here’s a clip of what you missed out on…

The Melodrama is a great tradition in the El Korah Shrine. We are looking forward to celebrating half a century of great shows. This year’s show is going to be a double feature with two very entertaining shows. The Investor’s Daughter  written by Eddie Cope and Carl Williams and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, In., Englewood, Colorado. Manic Manor By Don S. Lowry Produced by special arrangement with Heuer Publishing of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Our Double Feature open night will be March 3rd, curtain’s at 8:00pm. The fun continues on March 9-10 and 16-17. Tickets are $12.50 or $90 for a table of 8 people. Dinner will be served before the show for $10 if meal ticket was purchased before March 3rd. Dinner tickets will be $12.50 opening night. Dessert will be served at intermission.

For tickets call 208-343-0571 or come to 1118 W. Idaho St. Boise, ID 83705

 

Published in: on February 24, 2012 at 6:16 am  Leave a Comment  

After the Holiday Safety By: Noble Michael Yavno

Leading disabling home injuries are from

  • Falls
  • Strains
  • Overexertion
  • Falling Objects

DON’TS

  • DO NOT ­– Use a chair when you should use a ladder
  • DO NOT – Carry any objects that are an “Overload”
  • DO NOT – Carry anything that obscures your vision

DO’S

  • DO – Keep home aisles and walkways clear of snow, ice, wastebaskets, cords and boxes
  • DO – Close all kitchen and file cabinet drawers when done
  • DO – Clean up all spills in kitchen and bathroom areas, hallways and your work space in basements and garage areas
  • DO – Use a ladder or step-stool when needed
  • DO – Repair all loose carpeting and flooring
  • DO – Correct and eliminate hazards

BE SAFE!!!

YES Club Presents: The 2nd Annual Adult Prom

The YES club presents the 2nd Annual Adult Prom. Grab your girl, get out your 20’s themed attire and get to El Korah Shrine on February 18th.  The fun begins at 7:30pm, it is $20.00 per person or $35.00 a couple. No host bar for those 21 and over. There will be a live DJ, so bring your dancin’ shoes. Included in your ticket will be a dinner buffet and a chance to win door and raffle prizes. The best dressed couple will be awarded so come dressed to impress. This event is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. So grab any and everyone you know and head down to El Korah (1118 W. Idaho St.) on Feb. 18th. See ya there!

For tickets call (208) 343-0571

*Net proceeds from this event are for the benefit of the YES club. Payments are not deductible as charitable contribution.*

Published in: on February 12, 2012 at 6:06 pm  Leave a Comment  

Update from the Potentate

  • Thank you to everyone who made the 2012 installation so special.
  • On January 11th we were presented 641 wooden toys from Michael Kingsley and the Ada Woodworking Club to take to the Portland and Salt Lake hospitals.
  • The Divan is traveling to Twin Falls on Feb. 10th to have a Club meeting at 5:45pm. Then we will drive to Pocatello and have another Club meeting there on Feb. 11th at 8:00am.
  • Thanks to everyone who came out to the Sand Duners Sweetheart Auction on Feb. 4th. We had a great time and I hope you did too.
  • The 13th Annual Black Light Patrol Crab Feed was a hit. Even though crab prices were extremely higher than in past years we were able to pull of the feed again. Thanks to everyone who supported us and came out.
  • If any of you are looking for fraternal fun and friendship we encourage you to join us ar winter PNSA in Medford, OR Feb. 16-19. If you’re interested please contact the recorder’s office.
  • The March stated meeting will be in Pocatello on March 14th. If you’re interested in going contact the recorder’s office. We will be taking a bus and stopping in Twin Falls to pick up anyone who wants to join us.
  • And once again this year I want all nobles to remember their heritage and take pride in the shrine!
Published in: on February 10, 2012 at 6:24 pm  Leave a Comment  

Sweetheart Dinner Auction

Valentines day is right around the corner. Spend some quality time with your sweetheart at the Sand Duners Sweetheart Dinner Auction.

When: February 4th

Time: Cocktails- 5, Dinner- 6:15,  Auction- 7, Dancing- 9

Where: 1118 W. Idaho St. Boise, ID

How Much: $25 per person

All You Can Eat Crab Feed

The Black Light Patrol had a great year again!  Here are some pictures from the 15th Annual All You Can Eat Crab Feed!

El Korah Shrine 2011 Special Award

Each year the El Korah Shrine gives its “Award of Merit” to Shriners who exemplify the meaning to be a Shriner. The recipients have demonstrated outstanding achievements, selfless and extraordinary contributions to the heritage, culture and mission of Shriners and Freemasonry. They have supported the Shriners Hospitals for Children, and have promoted Shrindom throughout the community. This year’s Awards of Merit went to: Wendelin “Vinny” O. Baer, James M. Birdwell, Neil A. Deoue, and David “Jerry” Elliot.

Other awards include: Noble Jeremy Miltenberger receiver the El Korah Samzar Jewel for bringing five new members.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tommy Hisaw was given Director Emeritus status and received its fez.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Garland Risner received for the Sand Duners the El Korah Outstanding Unit of the Year Award. The Idaho Grand Master Noble Jay Leonard, PP awarded our Illustrious Sir Ray Westmoreland the Idaho Freemason Medal of Merit.

To see this entire post please check out the Desert Dust January 2012 issue.

Published in: on January 14, 2012 at 1:00 am  Leave a Comment  

Update from the New Potentate

This is a break down of the Potentate’s Stan Garret’s monthly address in the Desert Dust.

  • The theme for 2012 is “Heritage and Pride”
  • El Korah is as much about camaraderie and philanthropy as it is Masonic Heritage.
  • Masonry is the world’s first and largest fraternal organization.
  • Nobles should be proud and share their heritage.
  • The Divan’s number one priority should be membership.
  • To share ideas about how to grow membership, contact Mike Yavno,  Membership Chair, at 619-212-5435 and or Stan Garrett 949-6430.
  • Lets experience how our heritage in the Masons, Enhances our Pride in the Shrine.
Published in: on January 14, 2012 at 12:05 am  Leave a Comment  

CAMELEERS ELECT 2012 OFFICERS

Past Potentate Ray Westmoreland was elected as President for the ensuing year. Voter turnout was light as David Nordling was elected as Vice President for the 5th or 6th time. Past Potentate Cal Ledbetter repeats as Secretary/Treasurer. The Camel Herder degree was offered the following week as new Noble Bruce Drewes and Recorder Bob Finney successfully completed this challenging feat. The Camels had a wonderful year parading, with many dignitaries making guest appearances on board. Past Potentate Jim Rees, Outer Guard and Clown Dave Thomas, Oriental Guide Cory Turner, 2012 Potentate Stan Garrett and Recorder Bob Finney all spent time in the saddle. The Camel received a First Place Award in the Western Days Parade in Twin Falls.

Published in: on January 10, 2012 at 1:10 am  Leave a Comment