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This is the other recipe for pasta I told you I would give to you I had it for
left-overs today, and it didn't seem the same as it did last night. I used the left-over
sauce and poured it over chicken tortelltni. No, I don't make my own tortellini, I
purchased it from Sam's Wholesale. I love to cook, but my schedule limits me to
what I am able to prepare now-a-days. I have wanted to try a new dessert for the
past couple of weeks, and just don't seem to have the time. Who knows, maybe the
dessert will be your next recipe.
1 large hen (I used 3 full chicken breasts)
2 large onions - chopped
3 cloves garlic - chopped
4 ribs celery - chopped
1 bell pepper - chopped
1 bunch green onions - chopped
1/2 bunch parsley - chopped
2 Tbs. bacon drippings
1 can tomato sauce (15 oz)
1 can tomato soup
1/2 can tomato paste (small can)
salt & pepper to taste
1 bay leaf
dash of hot sauce (I used several)
2 Tbs. Worcestershire sauce
2 cubs broth
Boil hen in seasoned water (enough to cover). I used salt, pepper, garlic powder,
minced onion, a couple bay leaves. Save broth. Bone chicken and cut into large
Saute onions, garlic, celery, bell pepper, and green onions in hot bacon grease, adding
parsley as this cooks. Use large heavy pot.
Add to this tomato sauce, soup, paste and seasonings. Thin mixture with broth and add
boned chicken Cover and simmer for about 1 hour or until sauce has thickened. Serve
over spaghetti Serves 6.
You will probably have left over chicken broth that you could add some water to and
use this mixture to boil your spaghetti. I used spaghetti, but I think linguini would be
better. I think I might even like it better if it was poured over a big baked potato! Y'all
remember "Spud-You-Like," don't you?
Westeimer!!! It's too bad it's not the fun street it used to be!!! I moved to Houston in
1978, and used to have a ball on Westheimer. Maybe one of these days we will see it
the way it used to be, and not have to worry about being in the area.
UNTIL NEXT WE EAT!
The Great American Puzzle \
By Henry McClurg
1 those who
5 racknamefor Nixon's onetime boss
6 time zone of
Ala. not during daylight savings, abbr.
8 interjection for
greeting or good-bye
12 Roman nu-
3 0 31 32
18 iBth century
American statesman, diplomat, author,
scientist & printer,
initials ('A fat kitchen, a lean will.")
23 where the 1973
low budget horror "Texas Chain-
saw Massacre" was
filmed, 2 words
26 actor S 40th
U.S. President, inlials
28 one time only
29 Texas home of
Shell Oil Company chemical complex, 2 words
35 204th birthday
was March 2, 1996;
defeated Sarta Anna
at Battle of
33 half of the first
name of one of
Ihe Gabor sisters
40 Pine Tree
43 body acid
45 state flower
50 something offered
52 passage between sec-
lions of seats
53 festive celebration
56 initials President
& middle names
57 end divisions
of the foot
58 southeast Texas county with
64 First State, abbr.
68 first official
battle of the
71 the 2 semivowels in reverse order
73 Add-Ran College
was the predecessor of this university in Lubbock
74 bunch of
people named Ian
of a meter, abbr.
18 old capital
of West Germany
19 Federal Communications Commission
22 young shepherd
51 faced wilh a
deficit because of
declining oil revenues in 1961. Texas enacted this tax
1 Texas city
giant statue of
a killer bee
3 mere moments
7 Texas governor
who served longer than any other. 1949 to 1957
9 French masculine pronoun
11 organ of hearing
14 toys that unwind on a string
15 abbr. for
Dutch and duke
16 herb related
10 the carrot
17 about 9-tenths
of TV news
30 a way
■easy' is pronounced
31 suffix to make
some nouns plural
34 revocable devices
36 head covering
37 objective case
form of 'we'
38 plane figures
with 3 sides
43 whal's left of
'rue' if suffix is
59 ?? fi fo fum,
I smell the blood
of an Englishman
phys-dst Einstein, initials ("Il gives me
great pleasure indeed
to see the stubbornness of an incorrigible nonconformist
warmly acclaimed ")
68 1st US- President & revolutionary
soldier, initials ("Few
men have virtue
to withstand the
highest bidder ")
70 Grand Canyon State, abbr.
73 actor Conway
or singer Tiny
75 rest on
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HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 29- APRIL 5, 1996
IF THIS WEEK IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: You have an incredible memory, and may be prone to glimpses of just what the
future will bring. Your intuition plays a big part in your daily
life, so stay in tune with your feelings and reactions everything around you. Your probably aren't much of a morning
person, so you need to find a work schedule compatible
with your energy levels.
ARIES (March 21-April 20) Focus your energies on personal challenges, instead of expecting too much from others. Your career is heading on an upward climb, and a promotion or more fulfilling
position is possible. Your intimate relationships need more quality time now.
TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) Take direct actions to improve your relationships
and career goals. There will be progress at work if you can get your ideas across
successfully. Keep taking steps forward, no matter how small, to bring you closer
to your goal at work.
GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) You will be able to accomplish anything you set your
heart and mind to. This is one of your best times at home - harmony is everywhere. It's time to take a personal inventory and start a self improvement program
for yourself. Go it alone and stay focused at work.
CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Avoid making any promises, especially if it concerns money you may not be able to keep those promises, no matter how hard
you try. There are challenges in front of you at work, so make sure to do your personal best. Re-examine your goals and opportunities.
LEO (July 24- August 23) Go after your highest goal in the workplace, and you
will be amazed at how close to this cherished goal you can get. You are in a serious mood, lost in thought... so go it alone. Be wary of your self-absorption, which
makes you less sensitive to others.
VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) There finally will be an end in sight concerning the problems and obstacles regarding money. Be on your guard, for you may
encounter someone who likes to surprise you with head games and power plays.
Make decisions about important purchases - find the bargain.
LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) Any issues with your mate that have previously caused conflict will be resolved. If you are feeling restless, it may be time to
take an impromptu pleasure trip. You've earned the right to be lazy, so explore at
a leisurely pace. Your friendships are emphasized.
SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) This week will find you starting new activities and making new friends. If you are in a strong relationship, it may possibly
move towards marriage, and if you are married, you may start having children. It
will be a challenging work week, pace yourself.
SAGITTARIUS (November 23 - December 21) Take time alone to sort out conflicts that may be hampering your closest relationships. A great number of things
can be accomplished in the workplace if you get cooperation from others. Your
friends need to rely on you for emotional support and advice.
CAPRICORN: (December 22 - January 20) Fireworks are likely at work. Take
care of your own responsibilities and sidestep any arguments with co-workers.
You are learning from your past mistakes, so there may be a clash with a close
friend. Remember you can disagree without being disagreeable.
AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19) You will make rapid progress with projects, and come up with fresh ideas for existing projects. There may be a relative
who needs your help. There is great financial news in the near future for you and
your family Enjoy the company of good friends.
PISCES (February 20 - March 20) Your priorities need to be straightened out, for
both career and household responsibilities are competing for your attention. Taking on additional responsibilities at work - will mean more money coming your
way. Your household is filled with affection and cooperation.
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