Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 146
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 146

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
Page 146
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Start offers more than a 70 coupon Start instant orange flavor breakfast drink offers you iron plus more Vitamin C than orange juice. Start offers you more Vitamin A than tomato juice. Start offers you a tart orange flavor for the whole family. Start offers you convenience with flavor crystals that quickly mix with water. So save 70 today, for a good Start tomorrow. STOKE COUPON Save 7* on next purchase of START® Instant Breakfast Drink Offer limited to one coupon ptr purchase. f thi. '.', :rolj '"·'·« « » U» aal* of sura* . '/·_ UPM «·«··«. »·" ··emit TTUIOOC* °i?*TM 1 rood * Corporation. Coupon may not or tranrtrirM. CuMomrr nun pay mar aaln tax Void Mud. IUMI or MitrtctMl by lair G ^^Zl^ T ^ rrtxrrl- on purchaM of oUitr OH umracFTioN orrioc. p. o. BOX ids. ^FA ""SLU «···· «a»lra« ait. tt.ttl* f · . °«?d only upon praannlabnn to rrtx M · rrau? """ m B"'""' IMnk. Any Ml GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION 12 Calvin Berger pours beer in the dish he and his wife invented. Sharing Their Kitchen by Beth Merriman PARADE FOOD EDITOR ALBANY, N.Y. In the household of Elizabeth and Calvin Berger all housework and meal preparation are shared. "We both do the cooking/' says Elizabeth Berger. "And Cal splits the grubby details with me as well as the fun part." The Bergers, parents of two small children, 5-year- old John and 2-year-old Jennifer, both lead busy lives. Cal is a government lawyer. And Lib, a former fourth-grade teacher, frequently speaks to parents' groups about the women's movement and the secondary roles of girls in children's books. "I want my daughter to have the same opportunities as my son," she says. "If there were better child-care facilities I'd be out working full time now." One opportunity that father and mother, son and daughter share equally is the chance to eat well. The senior Bergers, who grow their own herbs, cook gourmet-style for just the family. This chicken in beer dish is their joint invention, which they serve with rice, vegetable, and a salad. The grown-ups get glasses of cold beer, too. Chicken in Beer 1 frying chicken (3 to 3'/2 Ibs), disjointed 4 tablespoons butter or margarine 16 small white onions, peeled* T/2 teaspoons salt Few grains pepper V teaspoon thyme 1'/2 teaspoons paprika 3 A cup beer Y cup tomato sauce 1 bay leaf ] /4 cup heavy cream Brown chicken pieces in butter; add onions; brown slightly. Add remaining ingredients except cream; bring to boil. Cover; simmer 30 minutes. Chill until fat rises to surface; skim off. Stir in cream; reheat. Makes 4 servings. ·Or use drained small white canned onions · PARADE · JULY 16. 1972

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