Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 26
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August 23, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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Bison meat's great When was the hisl time you were served a buffalo '['-bone steak, or roasl sirloin of bufalo, or a buffaloburger? Unless you've traveled through the mountain states, the chances are you've never had a chance to" taste these treats. And treats they are — buffalo meat is "tasty, tender, leaner than beef and has no trace of wild or gamey favor. This information comes from Bill Staudenmaier, chef of a lodge In the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. It's there that the largest herd of wild buffalo roams. 5 o Chef Staudenmaier. qualifies as an expert -- he's able to obtain about five quarters a week and has made buffalo meat a specialty of his kitchen. Along with the buffalo, the region abounds with wild life making it one of the oustanding vacation spots in the country .— a mecca for campers, hunters and fishermen. Each year more than 5 million Americans take to the trail blazed by Lewis 6 Clark. Wild Bill Ilickok and the gold rush miners to enjoy the natural wonders of the land and the magnificent Mount Rushmore Memorial. Barbecued Buffalo was the high point at the recent birthday party for Senator George McGovem who vacationed in South Dakota after receiving the Democratic nomination for the presidency. For the celebration, Chef Staudenmaier prepared four hindquarters — 450 pounds — of buffalo with his special barbecue sauce. The guests obviously relished the feast because there were no leftovers from the meal which also included 60 pounds of baked beans and baked potatoes and 30 different varieties of salad. Of course, there was also birthday cake, but the Senator preferred his favorite rhubarb pie, specially baked for him by Chef Stanndenmaier. At 29, Bill Staudenmaier ranks among the best game chefs in the country and probably the only one who is also qualified to teach history and political science. A native of PesMigo, Wis., he began as kitchen helper at age 13 and became second chef while still in high school. He continued up the kitchen ladder during his years in college. After graduation, he taught school for three years and donned a chef's hat during the summer months at the lodge. He gave up teaching to work full time as chef in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and in Palm Springs, California. Here is Chef Staudenmaier's recipe for barbecue sauce which he says is just as delicious on beef as on buffalo steaks, as well as his recipe for rhubarb pie. CUFF STAUDFNMAIFR'S BARBECUE SAUCE 2 cups catsup 1 small onion, finely diced 2 tablespoons ground barbecue .spice 1 tablespoon corn starch 1/1 cup water Combine first three Ingredients in a double boilor and bring to a simmer. Mix cornstarch with the wator and add to catsup mixture to thicken. Makes about 2i,i cups. RHUBARB PIE Pastry for 2-cnist 10" pie 4 cups diced rhubarb 2 cups sugar 2 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons butter egg Wash: See below Prepare pastry and line 10- inch pie plate. Blend together rhubarb, sugar, flour and cinnamon, and turn into lined pie plate. Heat oven to -100 degrees. Cut vents in pie crust top to allow steam to escape during baking and place over filling; seal and flute. Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with sii{;ar. Bake for one hour until pie is golden brown anil juices bubble through vents. Kdc; WASH 4 tablespoons cold water Pinch of salt Sugar M i x the first three ingredients toother well. Brush on pie and sprinkle with sirar Tin' pi^ u'i'l brown e>(a!> and I In. 1 t,u;j,ar nuke,-, tlii. 1 i-ru.si crisp. Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 23,1972 C-7 LIGHTNING LOW DISCOUNT PRICES Macaroni & Chee*« 7>/ 4 .o«. AA« Kraft Dinners »• ZO C Country Club Ice Cream Vanilla Chocolate ."•* ,\L | Neapolitan ft Strawberyvj. ; Gdl. 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