Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 1, 1976 · Page 98
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:3 K-30 The Arizona Republic Wed., Sept. 1, '76 Festival star also gourmet cook Flor Silvestre is a talented equestrienne, actress and singer. She co-stars with her husband, Tony Aguilar, in the National Mexican Festival and Rodeo coming to the Coliseum September 4 and 5. Flor is also a gourmet cook. As a child and young lady, she was taught to knit, cook, sew, clean house and perform all of the other domestic duties traditionally assigned to young members of Mexican households. fond of cooking and later learned to concoct unusual dishes often built around standard recipes which are a special delight to Tony and their two children, Tony, Jr., 15, and Jose, 8. favorite dinners consists .boys, of Flor s meatloaf: She was particularly One of the family's MEATLOAF 1 pound lean ground beef yk pound lean ground pork 1 cup toasted bread crumbs 3 eggs cup milk 2 tablespoons chopped green chili 1 clove minced garlic ! chopped Spanish onion 1 chopped cooked tomato 1 teaspoon thyme Pinch of garlic salt Pinch of pepper Mix all ingredients into a loaf. Cover with two strips bacon. Bake Vk hours at 325 degrees. (Serves 4 to 6 adults). ; In the spectacular festival and rodeo, Flor and Tony, and the two perform difficult feats of horsemanship and also sing the haunting ballads of Old Mexico. As a special attraction this year, the rodeo company is presenting a salute to America's Bicentennial Show times are 8:00 p.m. Saturday, September 4, and 4:30 p.m. Sunday, .September 5. Tickets priced from $4 to $7 (half price for children under 12) are on sale at the Coliseum Box . Office and at all Diamond's Stores. THERAPEUTIC M mm mm si Flor Silvestre, Latin America's favorite recording artist, will be here; in September in the National Mexican Festival and Rodeo. Mexican cooking class set A non-credit extension course on Mexican cook-,ing will .be offered this fall by Arizona State University in the Home Economics building. Participants will learn liow to use ingredients obtained at any super- It THE Uw REPUBLIC'S market or neighborhood market for the preparation of favorite Mexican dishes. Classes will be 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays, beginning Sept. 16 through Oct. 28. There is a $20 fee. Additional information may be obtained by calling Donald R. 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