The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 23, 1975, Page page 11, Image 11

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Celebrate The Grand Opening Of:
Cookbook hits college stoves
'The College Cookbook" By Geri Harrington.
Charles Scribner's Sons; (paperback) $2.95.
Cookbooks published for the college market
are too often filled with the author's idea of
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And most of them are pretty bad.
Harrington's cookbook is an exception. She
has polled students across the nation, asking for
their recipes, and has presented her product in a
compact, readable form.
She says she looked for recipes that "would
tend to be easy, inexpensive and good to eat
both in terms of taste and nutrition. They
wouldn't require elaborate equipment or three
days to make.'
Basics explained
In her opening chapters she lays down the
basics. How to shop for food, how to make sense
of labels and meat cuts and how to recognize
bargain food.
Cooking terms are explored. What is the
difference between braising and sauteing,
between beating and folding? Common
Jt Get weather and slope
condiuoni at Iowa, South
Dakota, Colorado and
ingredients such as meat; cheese, oil and eggs are
What do students like to eat? Harrington
found they eat about the same things as everyone
else, particularly if they cook in groups. They eat
granola and they bake bread, they eat hamburger
and soups; some eat fish and meat and some are
vegetarians. They eat omelets and chicken and
Preparation from experience
The main ingredients and any specialty items
are listed at the beginning of each chapter, for
reference before marketing. And the recipes are
given by the students, with variations and
observations about the preparation gained only
from experience. For instance, one student
described a roommate's "almost foolproof
chocolate souffle.
"It's astonishingly durable. The last one
survived a partial cooking, followed by
refrigeration for 10 hours before it was finally
cooked. It was a little heavy on the bottom, but
it still had enough energy to souffle."
The final chapter gives some good recipes for
eating when you are studying all night. Ranging
from quick-energy milkshakes to goodies such as
baby pizzas (made on English muffin halves),
they should strike home with students.
If you like to eat, and to cook, you may find
this large-format paperback one of the most
useful books you can carry home with your
geology and anthropology texts.
Bleu Jay Way's
Lower Level with the greatest
bong special ever offered in
this area.
To make this cadillac of the herbal world affordable
at a mud cheap price they will be dissappearmg at
cost. Friday and Saturday Dont Miss it.
Upper level w!l be helping the lower Itvt! celebrits the ntvr ending
completion of Bleu Jay sVey. with a Jewelry Sele: plut-earringi. earrings,
end moi j earring
24" high
Extruded polymer resin
tourquoite, stoneware, dishes, fhim, greeting eerdi, screens, pipe peril,
spoon ringi, spoon bracelet, imported jewelry, spiritual sky incanu, tod
Krishna Incense, excelsior incense, olfactory incenM, Indian incense,
Chinese incense, domestic incense, cone incense, stick incense, posters,
chockers, mecremee, hengers, natural wood jewelry, eheU ewelry. stone
jewelry, big pots, little pott, planters, pottery, silk screened wall graphics,
art prints, papers, bongs, water pipes, small pipes, large pipes, wood pipes,
metal pipes, antler pipes, onyx pipes, alabaster pipes, glass pipes, walnut
boxes, dried flowers, peacock feathers, bedspreads, tapestries." rugs,
necklaces, pendent, silver rings, beaded earrings, hoop eaningi. dangle
earrings, post earrings, bracelets, big earrings, little eerings, etc. etc. etc.
Nickel Plated Brest Bowl
Bleu Jay Way
SUdtng otowlij
Counter weighted base
the originator of low paper pricetl
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thursday, january 23, 1975
daily nebraskan
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