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Gay Austin, Vol. 3, No. 7, April 1979 - File 013. 1979-04. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 21, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2581/show/2572.

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Title Gay Austin, Vol. 3, No. 7, April 1979
Contributor
  • Murray, John
Publisher Gay Community Services
Date April 1979
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 5962538
Collection
  • 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 12april 1979 GAY AUSTIN vol. 3, no. 7 by Georg Stojcevic For most of us the kitchen is a place filled with the memories of good food and good times. However, it seems whenever we attempt to recreate that good food in our own kitchens the results are a mixture of chaos, bedlam, and severe heartburn. It is the intent of this column to lead you through the culinary battlefield and help you to achieve the basic sense that will enable you to prepare and enjoy food that is edible, reasonably inexpensive, and relatively hassle-free. The recipes that I will pass on to you are not very fancy; I'll leave the Cordon Bleu to those souls with more time, money, and nerves. Whether your kitchen is large enough for a game of rugby or smaller than a breadbox, a few things remain the same. In the pots and pans department you should have some kind of kettle or large pot, at least a couple of gallons worth, and a few medium and small saucepans, a skillet, and perhaps a tea kettle. This basic set is a must if you want to rise above the prepared/tinned/ frozen neofood syndrome. Lay in some spices - garlic, cayenne (red pepper), basil, oregano, chili, curry, thyme, as well as good old salt and pepper. These basics can give a dish that borders on the mediocre a push into the divine. Don't forget a few utensils - wooden spoons, slotted spoons, spatula, wire whip (cool it you fetishists) and perhaps a good strainer. With these varied implements of destruction you should be able to launch a fair-sized culinary catastrophe. Now that you have a vague idea of what a kitchen is all about let us get into the more practical side of things. The recipes that I'll be sending your way in this column are all laid out with simplicity in mind, and after you get the hang of each one, please vary, experiment. Cooking can be an art form as well as a whole bunch of fun.V I V[ GET ABLE SOFJPS 1. ! i., in Vegetable Soup (Minestrone) 2 -Its. water 1 cup celery chopped 4 - 6 carrots chopped 4 tomatoes chopped 6 - 8 beef bouillon cubes 1 onion chopped in very Vi cup parsley chopped Dash garlic Let the above come to a boil, then turn down heat and let simmer a couple of hours. At that point, add: 2 cups macaroni 1 can stewed tomatoes , cfln ^{hmzo beans 1 can pinto beans Let cook till macaroni is tender, add salt, pepper, and a dash ol cayenne. Have a little crusty bread and enjoy. Potato Soup 2 onions chopped small 1 stick margarine or butter 5 slices cooked bacon 8 - 10 large potatoes cubed 1 quart milk 2 cups water Salt and a generous amount of pepper Combine above ingredients and cook till potatoes are well done. Stir often to prevent scorching. Use low heat. Very good with hefty sandwiches and beer. Bean Soup Southside Style 2 qts. water !4 lb. bacon or ham, chopped 2 onions chopped 4 potatoes cubed 4 carrots sliced Salt and pepper 1 lb. Northern or pea beans soaked overnight and rinsed Combine all of above and cook till beans are tender, about 2 - Great with franks or sausage. Recycled Soup This recipe is a do-it-yourseif-as-you-go-along kind of recipe. Just put anywhere from 2 to 4 quarts of water in a pot and add leftover beef and bones, pork and bones, etc. Add a bit of onion, salt, pepper, and let boil for a while, like an hour or two. Strain out the bones and debris and add any veggies, pasta, rice you feel like; cook until they are done. This is also a great place to use up leftover veggies, noodles etc. You can make some really good combinations in this way. Bon appetit. Farmers Market Vegetable Soup 2 qts. water I lb. fresh green beans 5 fresh tomatoes 4 med. size potatoes 1 pkg. frozen lima beans 6 - 8 beef bouillon cubes 1 lb. fresh peas 4 - 5 small zucchini squash 1 pkg. frozen corn 4 carrots Slice and cut up fresh veggies and combine with water and bouillon; let cook for an hour and a half. Add frozen veggies and cook another half hour. Salt and pepper to your taste. A good way to end a long day. Serbian Hunter Soup This recipe came to me in a drunken stupor. After indulging in a wee trifle too much of slivovitz (the fiery native plum brandy of my homeland, Serbia) I decided a meal with above-average restorative power was called for. So I devised this number to set me right. It worked and not only will destroy a hangover, but is downright tasty. Even non-drunks and non-Serbs found it appealing. I qt. water 1 qt. cheap red wine 6 white onions I pound smoked garlic sausage 1 small chicken cut up 4 potatoes 2 cloves fresh garlic 6 tomatoes 1 bunch green onions 3 tsp. cayenne 2 tsp. Tabasco 1 pint tomato juice 2 tsp. basil 5 tsp. black pepper 1 stalk celery, chopped Salt to taste Combine all of above and cook ai least three hours. Invite over some friends, break a loaf of crusty bread and enjoy. It is spicy and will get your blood moving again.
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