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Pna ie -The Michionn aily -Weekend etc. - Anril iR.19 a

The Michigan Daily --Weekenc

Recipe contest winners taste rich

T he quantity and quality of recipes
I received was encouraging; I
thank everyone who took the timhe to
send in their recipes (I received over
70), especially the women's field
hockey team, who sent in more than
20 recipes. I also have to thank White
Market, for providing prizes. Since I
received so many entries, it was im-
e as
possible to prepare all of them. I se-
lected several that I thought showed
exceptional potential, and cooked
them up. Almost all the entries satis-
fied the four college food groups -
cheap, easy, fast, and good - so I
lookedforrecipes with awideappeal.
Both winners (and the honorable
mention) satisfied this final criteria.
Since I'm graduating, this is my last
column - thank you again for all
your letters, recipes and encouraging
words. Good luck in the kitchen.

I sTPRI - $507IN ZCREs Fmom WanE M[Rter
Chicken Quesadclias
This great recipe was submitted by Monica Borcherts, whops
working on her Master's in the School of Public Health. This is kind off
like the Mexican Pizza at Taco Bell, except a'million times beter
2 Thsp. Vegetable Oil
4 flour tortillas
2 chicken breasts, skinless and boneless
I avocado, peeled and depitted
1 /2 cup salsa
1 tomato, diced small
2 cups Monterey Jack cheese, shredded or sliced
1Itsjp. lemon juice
3/4 cup sour cream
salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste
Cut chicken into 1/2" stips,rand plage n bowl with salt, pppe,
and garlic powder. Stir until well cotedLt stad: for up to 6 houirs,
Heat oil in fying pan on medium heat, and s aute chicken 4 -8 minutes
until no longer pink. DO NOT OVERCOO*K. While chicken is cook{ing,
cut up avocado and mash in bowil thsalt, pepper, garlcower and
lemon juice. Fold in 2 lbsp. salsa. Place two tortIlla n acokishee,
and cover each withceee.Place under broiler for one mnutentil
cheese melits -- watch d cosety. layer one sli c dahcken breast ocn
each tortilla, andi coverwith a thic layerof cheese agzain.Bcril tn oven
30 secons to a minute, :dust to melt the cheese. Co ver each
chicken\ cheese tortilla with a second tortla, andstick under broiler
for 20 seconids, just to Warm tortilla andoi t wilt stick t the chees.

2 NIP a- $251IN ZocuEs Fmom Whim MARKET
Zucchini with cheese and tomatoes
This redipe was submitted by Nicola Curcuru, who lives with four of his
brothers and sisters, Grace Anne, Provldenza, Serafina and Vito -- all Univer-
sity students.
1 1/2 lbs. zucchini, cut up Into slices
1/4 cup flour
1 tsp. dried Oregano
1 /4 tsp. pepper
1 /4 cup olive oil
2 medium tomatoes, sliced
1 cup sour cream
2 cups grated Parmesan cheese (go for the real stuff, not the Kraft;
It tastes so much better)
1 1 /2 tsp. salt
Preheat oven to 3500. Grease a 8" by 8" by 2" baking pan with butter or
margarine. In a medium bowl combine flour with 1 /2 tsp. Oregano, 1 /2 tsp.
salt, and a little pepper. Toss zucchini In flour mixture and coat well. Slowly
heat oil In a skillet, and saute zucchini until brown.
Drain on paper towels, and cover bottom of baking pan with zucchini. Top
with tomato slices. Combine sour cream and the rest of the salt, pepper and
oregano. Spread over tomatoes. Sprinkle with grated cheese, and bake 30-
35 minutes. Serves six.
Devil's Night Comestible Sauce
his one, from Deborah Deckert, was byfar the weirdest entryin the contest- and
igot some really weird entries. Give It a try, but I'm not responsible.
1 1/2 cups strong coffee (left on for days is OK)
1/4 cup Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 stick butt ar or margarine
1 /2 medium onion, diced
1 cup catsup
1 squirt of lemon juice
Cayenne pepper to taste
Saute onions. Combine all ingredients in a sauce pan, and simmer on low heat for
about an hour. Pour Into a bottle, and keep on the top shelf of your cupboard -way out
of the reach of children.

The worst of. the worst on your television

by Stephen Henderson
D avid Letterman gets a crack at
doing the top ten every night on his
show. So, I figured I'd scrape to-
gether a top 10 list of my own -- in
keeping with Weekend etc.'s motif
this week.
But then I realized that I'm not
David Letterman, and I'certainly
don't host a top-rated talk show. In
fact, I'm just some two-bit TV
columnist for a weekly college pa-
per. Moreover, my editors would
never give me the space to be as
funny as Letterman. So I've settled
on a mediocre compromise: my take
on the five worst things about the
5. Beverly Hills 90210:
No "worst of" list would be
complete without this show, which
would best even a nationally broad-
cast KKK rally as the whitest show
in America. This show's producers
never even make a token effort at
showing that anything other than a
bunch of WASPs live in this coun-
try. In one episode, however, the
show's stars did venture to "the bad
side of town." And if I see one more
adolescent male with Perry, Priestly-
like sideburns, I'm gonna shave
them off with a rusty knife.

4. The Jerry Springer, Jenny Jones,
Montel Williams, Maury Povich
and Sally Jessy Raphael shows:
Whatever happened to standards? It
was bad enough when Oprah and
Geraldo got their own shows, but
with the recent onslaught of prying,
probing, talking heads preaching
down to "teenagers who can't wait
to get plastic surgery," it seems like
any schlep can get their own show.
the little plctvre
And who's next? I certainly don't
relish the day when one of the net-
works gives local anchor Bill Bonds
his own soapbox. (Don't look now,
but he's been talking about it)
3. Hammer Man Cartoon:
Pleeeeeze, Hammer, don't hurt us!
This obnoxious addition to ABC's

Saturday morning lineup proved to
be more egoistic than Hammer
himself. His poorly drawn and
animated cartoon character fends off
the villains in "Oaktown" by dan-
cing with two talking, laser-shooting
shoes on his feet. ABC has thank-
fully given Hammer the ax next fall.
2. American Detective, Cops, Top
Cops, FBI: The Untold Stories,
Rescue 911:
This new show genre flooded the
small screen the past year in an ob-
vious, pathetic attempt to restore
some of our shaken faith in autho-
rity. They glorify those who "protect
and serve" to the point of annoyance,
and reinforce that "crime just
doesn't pay." Can you imagine a lo-
cal version of one of these shows?
"Next, on Top Cops in Ann Arbor,
our men and women in Blue subdue

a celebrating crowd of students with
tear gas and billy clubs!"
1. The Juice Man, Ronco Food
Dehydrator, Tommy "Why can't
you do this??" Wu, Kenny Rogers'
Golf tips (what???) and Lori Davis!
Cher Focus on Beauty half-hour
I remember when, at about two
a.m., all the stations aired a stirring,
patriotic rendition of "The Star
Spangled Banner" and then called it
a night - nothing but static or test
patterns until sunrise. But now, late-
night insomniacs are bombarded by
half-hour commercials, for every-
thing from get-rich-quick schemes
and food mutilators to bargain-
basement beauty products. Who
would fall for schlock like that?
Anyway, I've gotta go now. The
turkeyjerky I just made in my new
food dehydrator is ready.



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