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Wtdn-sdcy, March 12, 1975

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Daily Photo by STUART HOLLANDER
Film Fest fiend

Young film-goer peruses the program as he-waits for the
show to begin.
Ann Arbor blues:
Just barely alive
By HARRY HAMMITT vides a rock-solid musical foun-
In the late 'sixties, the Ann! dation. Hildebrant plays a con-
Arbor Blues Festival establish- sistent sensitive bass line; hap-
ed Ann Arbor as one of the ma- pily, the string bass is free of
jor performing centers for blues the irritating quirks of an elec-
artists. Not only did this repu- tric bass.~ McDermott's drum-
tation bring an influx of blues ming is simple but to the point,
performers, obscure and fa- often a delicate pattern using
mous, but it also provided a brushes.
climate in which up-and-coming Bedard and Nardella are the
local musicians could thrive. focal points of the band, and
Ann Arbor began to parallel, much of the success lies with
on a much smaller scale, the them. Bedard is a well-versed
days in Chicago when Paul But- guitarist, his licks usually strad-
terfield, Siegel-Schwall, and die the subtle line between
Charlie Musselwhite w e r e blues and jazz. His singing is a
emerging blues musicians. little spotty, but is generally
However, the blues have fal- fine; he has a strong, clear
len on hard times here. The voice.
Blues Festival has changed and As for Nardella, he is like
shrunk because of financial dif- money in the bank for any
ficulties, and there is little left band. He was originally just a
of the community of young harmonica - player, but he has
white blues musicians that were taken to the guitar easily with
once such 'a large part of the a natural blues feeling. One:
city's music scene. The few senses that he hasn't been play-
that have remained now spend ing very long, but neverthe-
their time at the Blind Pig jam- less, his leads are both authori-
ming with Boogie Woogie Red tatively forceful and packed
and others, or else hanging ouot with a depth of blues feeling
wit th ny lcalnd laeft t"g th of7 blue *eelin
withtheonl locl bnd eftlacking in many more experi-
that con still claim to be a enced guitarists.
blues band, The Silvertones.
The Silvertones play the local Meanwhilechis harmonicais
bar circuit: small bandstands,: as good as can be hoped for;
tight-packed rooms, putting out he can play the thoughtful me-:
some polished, high-powered lodic lines of Sonny Terry, or
blues. They are a small four- slash across the song with the
piece band with a basic blues cutting edge of a Musselwhite.
line-up: George Bedard on gui- The Silvertones are as good;
tar and vocals S,teve Nardella a blues band as is likely to bej
on guitar and harmonica, Carl found around Ann Arbor. They
Hildebrant on string bass, and play solid, exciting blues, and
Tom McDermott on drums. even throw in some swing on
All' the players have an in- the side. There are still some
stinctive feel for the blues, that unjustified moments .of repeti-
essential understanding so nec- tion, but as the band continues
essary for making the blues to grow, they continue to get
come alive. The rhythm sec. better. As it stands now, they
tion, consistingi of Hildebrandt are outstanding, and things are
and McDermott, lay down an' still looking up.
almost flawless beat that pro- -Harry Hammitt

By ROBIN HERGOTT twice,
Pie is a favorite dessert of and t
many people because there are and tr
a variety of types. Whatever For
kind of pie you choose to con- remai
elude your meal with, your and o
guests are sure to enjoy it. plate.
The crust is an integral com- and t
ponent of the pie, determining botton
to a large extent how tasty prick
the pie is. Making a tender, steam
flaky crust is extremely sim- Tor
ple, if you take care to mea ply cu
sure the ingredients precisely recipe
and do not mix or handle the preba
dough excessively. Overmixing and p
results in a tough crust because rice o
the particles of shortening to pr
break-up too much and the Bake
gluten in the flour develops to 425-de
too great an extent. utes.l
It is best to chill the dough to be
for at least one hour for easier filling
rolling. For a double crust, di- The
vide the dough in half. Lightly very<
flour a pastry board and a far as
rolling pin and roll the dough but th
from the center out in all direc- delici
tions to form a circle that is It is1
1/8-inch thick and two-inches ples,
larger than the diameter of the availa
pie pan. Fold the dough in half ple p
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place it in the pie plate
hen unfold it to fit the pan
im off the excess dough.
the top crust, roll the
ning dough 1/f8-inche thick
ne-inch larger than the pie
Place it over the filling
uck the edges under the
m crust. Remember to
the top crust to allow the
to escape while baking.
make a single crust, sim-
at the recipe in half. If the
calls for the shell to be
ked, prick it with a fork
lace a layer of beans or
n the bottom of the crust
event it from buckling.
the shell in a preheated
gree oven for 12-15 min-
If the shell does not need
prebaked, simply add the
and then bake the pie.
recipes given below yield
different types of pies as;
the tastes are concerned,
ey have in common being
ous and simple to prepare.!
best to use greening ap-
the tart, green variety
able in autumn, for the ap-
ie. If a sweeter apple is

used, decrease the amount of
sugar added accordingly. BothI
the apple pie and the pecan'
pie are greatly enhanced when
served with vanilla ice cream.
The banana cream pie uniquelyI
calls for a graham cracker
crust, which serves as an excel-:
lent complement to the filling.
APPLE PIE
Crust:
2% cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
% cup shortening
5 tablespoons cold water
Blend flour and salt together.
Cut in shortening until particles
are the size of large peas. Do;
not overmix. Add cold water,
m i x i n g thoroughly into a
dough. Press into a ball. Dough
1.
PRICE
A S

may be chilled for one hour for
easier rolling. Roll half of dough
%-inch thick and line a 9-inch
pie plate.
Filling:
8 large tart apples-sliced
1 cup sugar
% teaspoon cinnamon
% teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon butter or margar-
ine
Fill pie shell with sliced ap-
ples. Mix sugar, cinnamon and'
lemon juice. Sprinkle over ap-
ples. Dot with butter. Moisten
edge of bottom crust with wat-
er. Roll remaining dough for
top crust. Fit over apples and
seal edge of pie. Prick crust
with a fork to permit steam to

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escape. Brush with milk and Whip
sprinkle lightly with additional Crushed nuts (optional)
cinnamon and sugar. Bake at Cook banana pudding accord
425-degrees for 50-60 minutes. ing to package directions, us
PECAN PIE ing only 1 cup milk. While pud
1 cup white corn syrup ding is cooking, stir in gelatin.
1 cup dark brown sugar Remove mixture from heat an
% teaspoon salt stir in the ice cream. Set aside.
% 1 cup melted butter or mar- Place half the bananas in a
garine layer in the pie shell. Spoon i
1 teaspoon vanilla half the pudding mixture ove
3 eggs, slightly beaten the bananas. Place the remain
1% cups shelled whole pecans ing bananas over this and
Combine syrup, sugar, salt, spoon in the rest of the puddin
butter, vanilla. Mix well. Add mixture. Refrigerate overnight.
slightly beaten eggs. Pour into Just before serving, top with
a nine-inch unbaked pie shell. Cool Whip and sprinkle with
Sprinkle . pecans over filling, nuts.
Bake in a preheated 350-degree
oven for approximately 45 min-
utes.
BANANA CREAM PIE Have a flair for
BANAN CREA PIEartistic writing?
Graham Cracker Crust If you are interest-
1 box (31 ounces) banana ed in reviewing
cream pudding poetry, and music
1 cup milk or writing feature
1cp ml stories about the
1 envelope Knox unflavored drama, dance, tum
gelatin arts: Contact Arts
1 pint vanilla ice cream, ior
slightly softened
3 medium bananas, sliced
1 container (41 ounces) Cool

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