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Title Houston Voice, No. 817, June 21, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date June 21, 1996
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 032
Transcript HOUSTON VOICE/ JUNE 21, 1996 31 \WikmmWmmi% Wt \WtMM \MW& This recipe is similar in taste to one I gave you a while back called "Pasta ala Norma." The big difference in this one is that it is not nearly as cheap to make because of the ingredients it calls for. One ingredient in particular is one that most people do not keep on hand, prosciutto. Penne with Eggplant 1 eggplant (about 1-1/4 pounds) cut into 1 inch cubes 1/2 pound prosciutto, cut into thin strips (about SlOVIb) 1 garlic clove, minced 2 Tbs. olive oil 1 Tbs. unsalted butter 1/4 C. brandy 1 28-oz. can peeled plum tomatoes, drained and chopped 1/2 C. beef broth 1 tsp. dried oregano, crumbled 1 pound penne 1/4 C. freshly grated parmesan Sprinkle eggplant lightly with salt and drain in colander for 1 hour. In a heavy skillet cook prosciutto. garlic and eggplant in the oil and butter over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until eggplant begins to turn golden Add brandy and cook mixture for 30 seconds Add tomatoes, broth, oregano and simmer sauce, stirring occasionally, for 30 minutes. Cook penne until al dente and drain Toss penne with sauce in a large bowl and sprinkle with parmesan Serve with additional parmesan. For those of you that are vegetarians, omit the prosciutto and it would still have a nice flavor Without the prosciutto I would add a little salt. A few weeks ago I was looking on the shelves at the grocery store, looking for something different to cook, bul something easy. I ran across a little box called "S & B Golden Curry Sauce Mix" t read the directions, and it couldn't be any easier to prepare I used chicken in this dish, but you could also use beef, pork, shrimp, or if you are a veggie person, that would be good too To this box of seasonings I added bok choy, carrots, red belt pepper, onions, mushrooms, and when the dish was almost done cooking, I added snow peas (you never want to overcook snow peas). I put this over my favorite rice "Texmatt," Along with this, I made steamed dumplings. And I must say for my first attempt, they turned oul pretty darned good!! UNTIL NEXT WE EAT! KUNTRY KIDD The Great American Puzzle § TEXAS EDITION ByHer*yMcCkrg ACROSS I island of S. Italy 6 foreign 7 small car horn sounds 8 visorless soft cap 9 device to hold things together II U.S. telephone company 13 benevolences 16 very similar 30 31 32 21 noun suffix for recipient 22 Texas Ranger Muse- _ um located here 23 Chicago's favored NBA team in the finals 24 symbol for chemical element xenon 26 inflicts pain 29 abbr. for baronet, a British title ranking just below a baron 30 in the capacity of 33 it's made $2.5 billion in its first 3 years. 2 words 36 tall conical cap worn by Moslems 38 enclose as if in a bay 40 Palmetto Slate, abbr. 41 senior abbr. 43 symbol for chemical element plutomum 45 encrusted 47 airport designator for San Antonio's mam field 49 1st woman governor of Texas, known as"Ma," held office 1924- 25 and 1933-35 62 learn again 55 small lump 56 George Burns' wife, initials 67 IOTA in a mirror 58 Texas' largest county in physical size 60 50th annual awards was June 2 wilh Julie Andrews as a no-show 61 THY in a mirror 62 abbr. for saint 63 sideshow promoter 66 in the Army abbr. for the Base Exchange 67 talk show host withlineof licensed clothing married to sporlscaster Frank Gifford, 2 words 70 eldest son of Adam & Eve 71 possessed at birth 73 ultimate abbr. 74 HOMY in a mirror ■ ~ 16 Lincoln's first name 17 intense longing 18 Land of Lincoln state, abbr. 19 Austin radio station with presidential call letters 75 cook with fat or oil DOWN 1 vegetable with corned beef 2 at the leeward side, nau- tically speaking 3 penetrate 4 ward off 5 inciters 10 ornamental loop on lace edging 12 name of theater in Dallas where police found Lee Harvey Oswald 14 Texas town wilh large roadrun- ner statue. 2 words 16 malign '.. j eel ion for disdain 44 smallest whole number 46 nighttime moisture 48 U.S. gov't top lawyer's position, initials 50 self-esteem 51 river of Hades . in Greek rrythology 53 be- 54 Corn- husker Stale, abbr. 20 lime zone of S.Car. not dicing day- _ light savings, abbr 25 one accompanying another 27 terrace abbr. 28 noun suffix for character or condition 31 5th S 2nd vowels of the alphabet 32 cable TV old movies channel 33 buyers 34 lacing hole in cloth 35 Pelican State, abbr. 37 greenish blue color 39 sharp project ion 42 he's big- 59 tool for moving leaves 60 flag of 3 colors 64 symbol for chemical element radium 65 20(h century American author Hemingway, initials ("A serious writer is not to be confounded wilh a solemn writer. A serious writer may be a hawk or a buzzard or even a popinjay, but a solemn writer is always a bloody owl.") 66 exist 68 resembling earth 69 verb suffix, cause to be 72 British slang for toilet paper tures. puzzle T, GALAXY GAYZER A HOUSTON VOICE EXCLUSIVE HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 21 - 27, 1996 IF THIS WEEK IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: You may be accused of being both elusive and shallow. And you are elusive in order to protect the privacy you consider so very precious. You are not shallow, but have the ability to detach your emotions from your intellect, and tend to just skim the surface of many things. ARIES (March 21 -April 20) Your strength and courage will be required during this week to meet a personal challenge... this seems to be an inner struggle of self worth. You may become privy to information concerning a financial matter, don't take any advice lightly. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) You have alot going for you this week, so try to use that positive energy wisely. Keep your goals ever in mind, and be willing to wait for just the right time. Your self-confidence is renewed and those around you will no doubt benefit. Find approval and love from within. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) It may be time to make a change in a relationship that is eating up your time and energy - it just may not be worth the effort. If you are overloaded at work, let a supervisor know that you need help. Feelings will be expressed which are sincere, so take them to heart. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Stand up for yourself and don't let anyone, friend or family, get away with what is rightfully yours. If you are in the market for Mr. or Mrs. Right, they may be right in front of your eyes, so keep your eyes open. Don't be manipulated by guilt into doing something undesirable. LEO (July 24- August 23) Hard work and more hard work will give you an enormous sense of satisfaction this week. Time seems to fly because you are so wrapped up in a current project. This will lay a foundation on which success will surely be built. You will attract positive notice. VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) A fresh start this week may be just what you need. Your financial situation seems to be improving steadily, though maybe not as quickly as you would like. This new beginning just may be marred by your inclination to go for glitter instead of substance and quality. LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) Don't put all your eggs into one basket this week, especially regarding relationships. Relying to heavily on others will only hurt and disappoint you. Motivation will take hold of you and with a little blood flowing, your enthusiasm will affect all those around you. SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) The blues may be trying to follow you throughout the week. There is truly an abundance of love and affection surrounding you from just about everywhere, so there is no reason to stay withdrawn. Do not jump to conclusions about a co-worker, things aren't always what they seem. SAGITTARIUS (November 23 - December 21) It may be time to make that commitment to a primary relationship which is long overdue. If you are having second thoughts, it is no doubt time to talk about whether or not it's worth investing more time and energy into something which may not be beneficial to either of you. CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 20) You seem to be easily influenced during the week, which is very uncharacteristic for you. Could it be some sweet face has you in it's spell? Try to keep your temper in check when someone in the workplace tries to push your buttons. Not everyone meets your high moral code. AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19) Communications will be very important during the week Your significant other may be feeling left out and needs the reassurance that they crave, children may need guidance concerning educational matters, and friends need support regarding a life decision. PISCES (February 20 - March 20) Protect your feelings during the week by keeping them to yourself. If you do something nice for someone else, don't expect to be thanked, there are things which need to be done for their own sake. Take people for what they are, not what you want them to be. Pettonat yntttuttfatA TO RECEIVE RESPONSES TO YOUR AD: A toll-free 800 number will let you know if you have recorded telephone responses. You can then listen to these responses on a 900 number using your personal code and pin (personal identification number) Responses can also be received by mail, see below TO ANSWER AN AD BY PHONE - Call 1 -900-454-3576 ($1 49/min.) Listen to the instructions. You will then actually be listening to the advertisers recorded message and can leave a voice message wilh your name and number You can respond to more than one personal during the phone call. As individuals check their messages, they can respond to yours. OR you can pre-pay a special 800 account, listen and respond without the cost appearing on your phone bill Call 529-8490 for more information. TO ANSWER AN AD BY MAIL: Each ad has a five digit code Write your response and seal it in a stamped envelope with the five digit code in the address place Place your sealed response and $2 00 in an envelope and mail il to us. we will affix a mailing label and the intended person will receive your response. This service costs $2 00 plus postage per numbered envelope, and is available only with the Houston Voice Personals. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: To place a Houston Voice personal ad you are required to participate in the "live voice" aspect of our Personals by calling the special 800 toll-free number. You must record, in your voice, your Ad If you do not participate in the voice aspect, your ad may be discontinued without reimbursement. The voice message can be as simple as "You read the ad. leave a message" to complex and informative The ads, both print and voice, can not contain references to sexual acts or organs (FCC et al regulations). If you are having difficulty recording your message, phone 1-800-780-4947, for assistance Ads should be positive, describe what you want, undesirable qualities/charactenstics need not be listed G - Gay, M - male; F - female: W-white: B -black; H - hispanic, A - asian. HWP - height, weight, proportionate. DDF- disease, drug free
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