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Wednesday, January 22, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page, Five

Wednesday, January 22, 1975 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY F7age. Five

Rostropovich will
return in March

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By DAVID BURHENN
The Daily has learned that
Soviet cellist Mstislav Rostro-
povich, who performed in a
recital here Sunday afternoon,
will return to Ann Arbor in
March to participate in an as
yet undisclosed program at the
Music School.
Sources in the school said
last night that the cellist, con-
sidered by many to be the finest
in the world, may perform withx
the. University Symphony Or-
chestra.
Paul Boyland, coordinator of
the ensemble program at the
Music School, said last night
that the University "was still
trying to work out the details"
of Rostropovich's visit.
Bovland refusedto confirm
whether the cellist might again
perform, but did indicate that
Rostropovich himself askedtfor
the return visit.
"He was interested in com-
ing out to the school after he
heard the students here on
Monday," Boyland said.
Boyland said that details of
the proposed visit would be an-
nounced sometime later in the
week.
The Rostropovich return would
be a major coup for the Uni-
versity. The cellist is respected

By TOM HOGE and are trying to duplicate it with
the world over, both for his CECILY BROWNSTONE varying degrees of success.
immense musical ability, and AP Feature Writers Then there is the deli dill which
his renowned defense of Soviet I tried out a new diet trick resembleskthe pickleskgrandma
hi renownedne dettrckused to make and keep in a:
dissidents. recently and found that it helps crock on the pantry shelf. Less
It was Rostropovich who loan- keep down the intake. E a t a; well known are the candied dill
ed the use of his country home couple of dill pickles before sticks which are sweeter than
to writer Alexander Solzhenit- pulling your chair up to the the gherkin but which have a
syn when the latter was under dinner table. trace of sourness.
heavy attack by Soviet authori- The idea is not as illogical as The origin of the pickle is ob-
ties. Rostrop-ovich had his exit it may sound when you consid-
visa revoked in 1972, but his er that the dill cucumber is fill- cou but theroekare wriacient.
travellig privileges were re- ing, very low in calories and Egypt pickling quail, pigeons
stored last year so that he could tasty to boot. Which may ex- other smll bi, ie.
continue concertizing. plain why dills make u good and other small birds ibrine.
p y p a g And around Christ's t i m e ,
part of the $300-million-worth of wealthy Romans were said to
pickles and pickle products sold have imported pickles f r o m
in the United States each year. Spain. Historians I have read
One of the favorite pickles in1 aren't clear just what the
America today is the dill, diet'Spaniards pickled.{
or no diet, Vlastic told me over American farm wives took up
a lunch of hamburgers gar- pickling in earnest in the 19th,
nished, of course, with d i 1 1Icentury, preserving everything
chips. from tomatoes, to cucumbers
Dills can be broken down into and peppers and other f a r m
four main varieties. The chip produce. Then they turned to
mentioned above is mellow and the orchard and pickled apples,
quite salty. The Polish dill goes pears and peaches.
in heavily for garlic; its import One old American favorite is
was cut off during World War chicken in pickle sauce. Here's
II and American manufacturers the recipe.

food

Clove garlic, peeled and
thinly sliced
12 cup wine vinegar
1 teaspoon dill weed
Pare carrots and cut into me-
dium-thin strips; cook in boil-
ing salted water until just ten-
der; drain and arrange in shal-
low container. Add remaining
ingredients; cover tightly and
chill overnight. Drain and re-
move garlic before serving.
Makes 4 servings.

One broiler-fryer cut up,
- 2 to 3 pounds
1 cup soy sauce
1 cup sweet pickles diced
cup dill pickles diced
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 cup water
cup flour
2 tablespoons lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 cup hot water
Place chicken pieces in shal-
low bowl; combine soy sauce,
pickles, seasonings and water
and pour over chicken. Let'
stand 1 hour turning chicken
pieces several times in sauce.

Take chicken from sauce and
ruu uir lalr, iiieii innsnu t 1,fl n+L

Simmer about 15 minutes. Mak-
es 4 servings.
And finally, if all else fails,
splurge on some creamy lob-
ster bisque.
SAVORY LOBSTER BISQUE
2 tablespoons dry sherry
1 tablespoon chili sauce
1 teaspoon Worchester sauce
Dash of curry powder
13-ounce lobster bisque (with
sherry)
In a small saucepan whisk to-
gether the sherry, chili sauce,
Worchestershire, and curry;
gradually add bisque. Bring
just to boiling, stiring often.
Makes 2 servings.
The Daily is looking for a
food columnist to frrovide some

roll in flour, then brown in hot 1
fat. Add onion to fat with chick- Should these two
en. Place browned chicken and to excite the reluc
pickle sauce mix in casserole, watch'er, try this s
add 1 dup hot waiter. Cover and exotic kraut recipe.

dishes fail
tant weight-
lightly more
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bake in 350-degree oven at least
40 minutes, till chicken is ten-
der. Serves 4. Good with dry
white wine, well chilled.
And if pickles don't sound
pleasing to the palate, try this
equally weight-conscious carrot
concoction.
* * *
TANGY CARROTS
A friend of ours fixes carrots
this figure-right way.
4 medium carrots1

* *

CURRANT KRAUT
2 tablespoons butter or
margarine
2 medium onions, chopped
1-pound can sauerkraut

1 tablespoon dark brown sugar nutritious but low-cost recipes
2 tablespoons currants, rinsed for these inflation-filled times.
in hot water. If you would like to work as our
In a 10-inch skillet melt but-
ter; add onion and brown light- gasfrono c consultant, please
ly. Stir in remaining ingredients. 1give us a call at 764-0552.

Rostropovich

'Inspector Hound':
Good change of pace

By MELISSA HARRIS
There's nothing like a good
comedy to perk up a droll perf-
orming company. The Profes-
sional Theatre Program's Show-
case Series, the victim so far
this year of dry scripts and gen-
erally uninspired staging, has
t~akn a classic modern farce

else. Patricit VandenBerg as
Lay Cynthia Muldoon, far ex-
ample, just didn't seem totally
right for the part. Her gestures
came across as nervous rather
than melodramatic. And Dennis
Moore, as Inspector Hound,
tended to underplay the comic
possibilities of his role.

and turned it into its best pro- But there were many solid
duction of the season. performances. Malcolm Mac-
Kinnon and James Angle were
But then, there isn't much most effective as Moon and
any performing group can do to Birdboot, the innocent drama re-
ruin The Real Inspector Hound. viewers drawn into the onstage
British playwright Tom Stop- madness. Ethan Levine, play-,
pard's short but hilarious spoof ing Magnus, the wheelchair-rid-
on the mystery melodrama is den resident of the house, hand-
beautifully structured insanity, led both his role and his wheel-
Inspector Hound concerns two chair with agility.
drama critics sent to review a The remaining members of
mystery play who eventually be- the cast were quite adequate.
come participants in the com- Simon the suspicious stranger
plicated action. By the end of was played aptly by Warren!
the show, reality and fantasy Nesbitt. Margot Grenon and
are totally intermingled. Nancy Underhill portrayed, re-
But Stoppard's first concern spectively, the ingenue and the
in Inspector Hound, unlike in housekeeper with the spirit their
'his better-known Rosencrantz roles demanded.
and Guildenstern Are Dead, is! Cohen's direction featured sev-.
comedy--and there's plenty of eral nice touches. The use of an
that. Overworked cliches a n d audience for the play-within-a-
stereotyped characterizations play was especially interesting.
abound. Cohen also effectively ampli-
And on top of it all, director fled upon Stoppard's ideas f o r
Hilary Cohen added exagger- physical humor.
ated movements and gestures - All in all, this long-awaited
a type of staging particularly production provided an enter-{
suited to the Arena Theater. The taining evening for all concern-
action seems closer to the aud- ed. The one possible exception
ience, and he line between real- was the poor young man who
ity and fiction diminishes fur- played the corpse. He deserves
ther. special credit for being able to
The few exceptions in a gen- lie still for ninety minutes of
erally fine cast are due to bad fast comedy without batting an
casting more than anything eyelid.

DELUXE INDOOR
ANTENNA

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