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12The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, Janaury 15, 1987
from page 10
issue of his famous newsletter, called
"We're STILL the Weird," featuring
upcoming drive-in releases. Joe Bob's
famous interview with Ed Meese, and
"Wayne Newton Discusses Hegelian
Economics." To get it. Write: Joe
&)h Briggs. P.O. Box 33. Dallas.
Dear Joe Bob: Cowardly oil
baron: Chicken Sheik.
Tough Luck, in Yiddish: Mazel
There's the Aggie who stayed up
To top off
By GREG MOORES
A number of the recipes I have
offered or will be offering in this
column are Italian, such as the baked
spaghetti 1 described last time. Italian
recipes often require a good tomato
sauce. I usually suggest using some
canned sauce like Ragu or stewed
tomatoes. This saves time and also
makes the dish easier to prepare for
those who have not yet mastered the
art or uncovered the mystery of
creating a homemade sauce.
The secrets to creating a good
sauce are the right amounts of each
ingredient, liberal doses of the right
spices and slow simmering for hours
on the stove. 1 usually start my sauce
in the morning and let it simmer all
day. I taste it occassionally. adding
more spices, until its just right.
Sometimes. I make it a day ahead
of time, as it always seems to taste
better when stored in the refrigerator
over night. Don't worry about
making too much, since it can be
stored for several months in the
1 large can whole tomatoes
1 16-oz. can tomato sauce
I 6-o7. can tomato paste
I : cup water
i lb. ground beef
1 large or 2 small green peppers,
cut into strips
1 large Spanish onion, chopped
Y lb. fresh mushrooms, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 tbs. oregano
1 tbs. basil
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 bay leaf
salt, pepper to taste
Brown the ground beef and com
bine all the ingredients in a large pot.
Simmer for several hours. Stir
occassionally, breaking up the toma
toes with a wooden spoon. Taste
ocassionally. adding more spices if
The sauce can also be made with
a pound of shrimp or shredded
chicken, instead of beef. For a
vegetarian sauce, add more mush
rooms, some celery and some sliced
Use for spaghetti, lasagna. mani
cotti. ravioli or any other pasta dish.
By the way. if three cloves of garlic
isn't enough for you. feel free. to add
more. I I jw ..lJJ.';
all night studying for his Urine Test.
Cross a cactus with Dolly Parton
you get a Prickly Pair.
Cross Dr. Ruth with Mrs. Fields
and you get Chocolate Chip Nooky.
There's the Australian movie
where a guy has a nervous break
down. Trying, to throw away a
boomerang. Shelby Friedman.
Dear Shelby: Why do I feel like
reading one of your letters is like
being imprisoned in the Poconos?
Dear Joe Bob: Jerry Falwell says
that Playboy's photos are sinful.
Brigitte Bardot says that killing baby
seals is evil. Ronald Reagan says that
the Contra guerrillas are the moral
equivalent of our founding fathers.
Jimmy Carter says that energy
independence is the moral equivalent
of war. Each of these people has
received instructions from the Deity,
concerning His wishes on a particular
issue. How did they get these explicit,
definitive statements on current
events? Where do you go to get the
heavenly guidelines on nude photo
graphy and subsidized oil produc
tion? How can I find out the Divine
Dear Waiting: Read the Inquirer.
Dear Joe Bob: I used to live in
Texas, so I understand. It's OK. I
have found out here in California,
just as I'm sure you have, that it's
possible to hide my redneck back
ground from Vidor, Texas (down
Beaumont way), and make people
think I'm a true pseudo-intellectual.
Anyway, 1 . used to know the
meaning of life, but there is so much
marijuana in the air out here in San
Francisco that I forgot it.
I'm with you all the way on the
drive-in. Just remember, all that
glitters is not golf.
Peace. Eric Malone, San
Dear Eric: And all that looks like
a big pile of crunched-up Ritz
crackers dipped in a vat of mayon
naise is not street crack.
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