Author

Texas Monthly

Recipes |
September 30, 1978

Pistou

Lettuce Entertain You Menu 4 Pistou Deep-Dish Pizza Strawberry-Cassis SherbetPistou 2 Tbsp olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 quarts water 1 potato diced 1 carrot, chopped 1/2 cup navy beans, soaked in water overnight and drained 3 cubes vegetable bouillon (optional) 2

Recipes |
September 30, 1978

Spanokopita

Lettuce Entertain You Menu 3 Houmos Cream of Raw and Cooked Mushroom Soup Spanokopita Bavarian Crème au Café2 pounds fresh spinach or 2 12-ounce packages frozen spinach 1 pound filo dough (or strudel dough, available at most specialty stores) 1 Tbsp butter 1 Tbsp olive oil

Recipes |
September 30, 1978

Bavarian Creme au Cafe

Lettuce Entertain You—Menu 3 Houmos Cream of Raw and Cooked Mushroom Soup Spanokopita Bavarian Crème au Café2 Tbsp plain unflavored gelatin 1/2 cup strong coffee in a small bowl or pan 3/4 cup honey 8 egg yolks in a heavy-bottomed saucepan 1 1/2 cups milk in a

Recipes |
September 30, 1978

Cream of Raw and Cooked Mushroom Soup

Lettuce Entertain You Menu 3 Houmos Cream of Raw and Cooked Mushroom Soup Spanokopita Bavarian Crème au Café7 cups vegetable stock 1 1/2 pounds fresh mushrooms 3 Tbsp butter 1/4 cup finely minced onion 3 Tbsp unbleached white or whole wheat pastry flour 2 cups milk

Recipes |
September 30, 1978

Houmos

Lettuce Entertain You Menu 3 Houmos Cream of Raw and Cooked Mushroom Soup Spanokopita Bavarian Crème au Café2 cups cooked garbanzos 1/3 cup sesame tahini 2 cloves garlic 1/4 cup lemon juice 1/4 cup olive oil salt to tastePuree all ingredients in a blender and salt

Recipes |
September 30, 1978

Oranges Grand Marnier

Lettuce Entertain You Menu 4Garlic Soup Black Bean Enchiladas Oranges Grand Marnier4 oranges, peeled and sliced crosswise and membranes removed 1/4 to 1/2 cup Grand Marnier 2 to 3 Tbsp slivered almonds 3 to 4 Tbsp chopped fresh mintToss the orange slices with the mint and Grand

Review |
April 30, 1978

Texas Monthly Review

Andy Warhol soups up the superstars; dancers do the towns; Beverly Sills still casts a spell; ladybug found with strange bedfellows; and folk music isn’t dead, it’s just in Houston.

Reporter |
April 1, 1978

Texas Monthly Reporter

On the road with Dolph and John; a fatal case of mistaken identity; butterflies on the rocks; Metroplex blood sport; and polled Herefords, polled Herefords, polled Herefords everywhere.

Review |
March 1, 1978

Texas Monthly Review

The best of Weegee is yet to come, alas; DCO season goes out with a bang; more from two Texas-bred rock ‘n’ roll successes; and an electronic opera makes a good birthday present.

Reporter |
March 1, 1978

Texas Monthly Reporter

Vying for Barbara Jordan’s job, Enchanted Rock on the block, peddling pollution, and don’t the Super Drum beat all?

Review |
February 1, 1978

Texas Monthly Review

Vanity thy name is a theatrical success; Tom Taylor conjures the real Woody Guthrie; Dallas Civic Opera misses again, and then again; Mel Brooks has another winner; contemporary photographers send a cold message.

Roar of the Crowd |
January 1, 1978

Roar of the Crowd

Last words on the West, the remains of the defenders of the Alamo, and Larry McMurtry’s sagging shelf.

Review |
January 1, 1978

Texas Monthly Review

Royal women reign in Houston; Spanish artist eats dough; new novel for the operating table; more UFOs from Hollywood; wanted: a conductor for the San Antonio Symphony.

Reporter |
January 1, 1978

Texas Monthly Reporter

Larry Flynt hears the call; everyone hears Bob Bullock; McConn job in Houston; ghost in the newsroom; and cotton on the dinner table.

Touts |
December 1, 1977

Touts

Three patchwork quilts, two wine shops, and a pinata in a pear tree.

Review |
December 1, 1977

Texas Monthly Review

Disco sounds you can live with; two new books from the trenches of Viet Nam; taking a swing at Alexander Calder; the Van Cilburn winner's circle; move over Austin, C&W reigns elsewhere.

Touts |
November 1, 1977

Touts

Some spicy meat rolls, a three-cornered hat, and a little pillow talk.

Roar of the Crowd |
November 1, 1977

Roar of the Crowd

Readers choose up sides on issues of Houston cops, gas derregulation and raising kids.

Review |
November 1, 1977

Texas Monthly Review

The case of the missing ear; a musical World Series with plenty of winners; and a big book with a small chance for success.

Review |
September 30, 1977

Texas Monthly Review

A North Texas summer of song and dance; Tarzan discovered in the jungles of Fort Worth; the Musical Brownies reappear; little boxes made of ticky-tacky; and finally more money for the arts.

Reporter |
September 30, 1977

Texas Monthly Reporter

Gas gushes in Maverick County; Priscilla blushes in Amarillo; Secret Service busts matchbooks; and a blizzard nearly busts Neiman’s.

Touts |
August 31, 1977

Touts

A far far eastern trip; a place in the country; one hundred ivory-ticklers.

Review |
August 31, 1977

Texas Monthly Review

Good news/ bad news about Shakespeare; Doug Sahm controls his destiny; San Antonio gets jazzed up while Dallas goes crazy for pops; Texas poets in and out of their elements.

Reporter |
August 31, 1977

Texas Monthly Reporter

Willie movin’ on; Erhard moving in; Hofheinz cleared; Gloria hacked; brown pelicans perking up; Chileans kicking off.

Review |
July 31, 1977

Texas Monthly Review

Horses at the Theater Center; autos at the CAM; opera in the park; sweet music in the rough roadhouses; and the man of a thousand dances.

Reporter |
July 31, 1977

Texas Monthly Reporter

The hottest political rumor in Houston (also the hottest divorce); what West Texans do for fun; death in a Sierra Blanca jail; why El Pasoans are so laid back.

Review |
June 30, 1977

Texas Monthly Review

War in the stars; keeping up with Jones; beating old literary horses; acid rock returns; and balletÌ­s small step.

Reporter |
June 30, 1977

Texas Monthly Reporter

Chicken Ranch revived (would we kid you?); Blood and Money draws blood and—money; Laredo bank takes on world’s largest bank; Dallas’­ $65 million religious shrine.