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Title Gay Austin, Vol. 3, No. 8, May 1979
Contributor
  • Murray, John
Publisher Gay Community Services
Date May 1979
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 5962538
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript 14 may 1979 Gay Austin vol. 3. no. 8 by G. P. Stojcevic Last month we got familiar with the kitchen and learned a bit about soups. In this month's column we will explore the fiendishly tasty world of the casserole, or as it is often referred to, the one-pot quickie. There are few menu items so basic, so simple to prepare, so versatile as these. Yet these same dishes are looked upon with scorn and even derision and bring back the shuddery-horrid visions of university dorm food, and other less savory institutions. To prepare these dishes all one needs are earthenware, glass, pyrex, or metal deep dishes for the oven-baked types and a dutch oven or large stewpot for those prepared on the top of the stove. In the following recipes some tinned veggies have been used. If the time is available fresh is better, but since most of us have harried and hectic lifestyles, I have used the path of least resistance and feel that the overall taste and quality have not been sacrificed. Do not let the strange and confusing lists of ingredients throw you off course. These are really simple and very handy for impromptu dinner parties and buffets. So onward into the fray - Texas Fandango This is a recipe that bites you (gently), not your wallet. Created by a Yankee, but still tasty. I lb. chuck or arm roast, boneless, cut into small chunks 1 large white onion, chopped 1 green pepper, chopped 1 can diced green chilies (small can) I can stewed tomatoes 1 can tomato paste 2 cans pinto beans Salt, pepper, garlic, cayenne 1 5-oz. package vermicelli Brown meat with onion and pepper in about 2 tbsp. olive oil. Add tomatoes and chilies, and 72 cup water. Simmer about a half hour. Add spices to taste, and tomato paste. Let cook another hour. Cook the vermicelli according to package directions. Add beans to meat mixture. Serve over the vermicelli (rice is also nice). Garnish with grated yellow cheese and chopped onion if you like. This is good with a marinated cucumber salad. Kung Phooey Chop Suey This little number is handy for buffets, freezes well, and is perfect when you're hungry but don't want something too heavy. The name of the recipe is due to the fact that it came to me while drooling over half-naked bodies prancing about in a Hong Kong Bruce Lee epic. Anyway ... \Vl lbs. pork steak, cubed and cut away from the bone 1 bunch green onions, chopped 1 can water chestnuts, chopped 1 can bamboo shoots, chopped 6 to 8 large mushrooms, sliced 1 tin or 72 lb. bean sprouts 2 tsp. ginger 1 tsp. garlic powder 72 tsp. white pepper 2 tbsp. soy sauce Salt to taste Brown meat in a dash of soy or peanut oil, add onion and rest of seasonings and veggies. Simmer for 25 to 30 minutes. Meanwhile take 2 cups water, 6 tsp. cornstarch, 2 tsp. soy sauce, and make a smooth mixture. Addto meat and vegetables and bring to a low boil. Cook until slightly thickened, stirring constantly. Serve over rice or chow mein noodles. A journey into body awareness Pork and Apple Dutchman Stew This recipe is very similar to one I ate often when I visited Amsterdam. With beef prices climbing faster than a squirrel monkey in heat, the lower cost of pork makes it a very viable alternative. 4 large pork chops or steaks 4 apples cored and sliced 4 large carrots sliced 1 white onion sliced 4 medium potatoes, quartered J4 cup white wine 72 cup water 2 tsp. black pepper Dash garlic powder Salt to taste Brown pork and onion in a dab of butter in a deep casserole dish. Add veggies and apples, seasonings, water and wine. Pop in the oven at 250 to 300 degrees for 1J4 hours. Very good with steamed buttered cabbage, rolls, and dark beer. AiMiin. T««*. 78705 (512)472-6828 Continued from page 9 Dear Frank, I hear a lot of criticism from gay people I admire of straight men and the idea of having relationships with straight men. This concerns me because throughout my life I have always found more acceptance, affection, love, and — yes — sexual gratification from straight men than I have with gay. And I don't mean closet cases or defensive bisexuals, but straight men whose regard for me was translated into something on the affectionate-sexual scale and whose relationship with me was a unique departure from a straight lifestyle. It is not that I reject relationships with gay men — quite the reverse. No doubt my appearance plays a decisive role in this. But whether my appearance is the sign of some inner weakness or not, I have become convinced after extensive efforts — some of which left me temporarily psychotic — that my appearance is likely to remain a part of me. And that means either I accept the affection offered by straight men or I wait for the return of Hailey's comet for a date. Have I got this all wrong? Am I to be drummed out of the ranks of the gay for hopeless heterophilia? Should I join the ranks of the celibate? — A Minority of One Dear One, As gay people, we have had a special opportunity to see the danger inherent in labeling any form of sexual expression abnormal or "wrong." Unfortunately, some members of our gay community appear to have missed this point. They would have us believe that in rejecting the rigid and arbitrary rules of a heterosexual culture we must accept the equally rigid and arbitrary rules of a homosexual culture. 1 believe instead that part of being gay involves going beyond narrow concepts of right and wrong in sexuality. Being gay involves believmg that the mutual expression of affection or love is good, natural, and beautiful whenever it occurs, and not just when it occurs between "acceptable" partners. In seeking emotional and sexual relationships from those who offer them to you, I do not believe you have gotten the gay lifestyle "all wrong." I would not favor your being "drummed out of the ranks of the Gay." I urge you not even to seriously consider joining "the ranks ofthe celibate." — Frank P.S. Since you do not give specifics on your appearance or on why it interferes in your relationships with other gay men, 1 will only say that all of us have some limitations which we are unable to change. About the only effective way to deal with these limitations is to accept them and to live our lives to the fullest despite them. This you appear to be doing. V
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