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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed.. May 22. 197 cup blanched almonds which have been toasted and grated. Dip chicken pieces in sour cream mixture, then drop into paper sack. Shake to coal with crumbs and almonds. Put remaining sour cream mix into the bottom of a 13x 9x2 baking dish and arrange coated chicken -pieces, skin side up. Bake in a preheated 375-degrcc oven for about 1 hour or until chicken is fork- tender and crusty brown. Serves 4. And, how long has it been since you tried thai old favorite Breaded Pork cutlets, chops or steak? Hero is a delectable dish, when properly prepared. Whichever cut you're preparing, wash and wipe dry greatly prolongs the length of bllt because the risks survival or "survival time" ot slili exisl_ onlv children with 80 the temporary graft. With the or total body- surface burns and 70 percent or more third-degree burns receive it. "We had to consider the un- deniable risks of using im- munosuppression before start- ing the said Dr. A. Benedict Cosimi. "That's why we only applied it to patients we thought had no chance of survival by conventional methods." During the four to eight weeks when the youngsters are carrying their parents skin, surgeons continually replace it with sections of the children's own skin. "When we have covered all but 20 percent of the child's burns with his own said Dr. Alia Y. Antoon, "we stop immunosuppression and con- tinue using allografts (cadaver skin) until we have grafted the patient's skin to all the remaining parts of his body." Plastic Surgery After about three months in the bacteria-controlled unit, the children begin to undergo reconstructive plastic surgciy The patient, if all goes well, can leave the hospital after six or seven months. The first patient to receive the treatment was a 214-year- old New York girl who suffered burns over 91 percent of her body, 80 percent of which were third-degree burns. That was early in 1972. No child as young as her had been known to survive with burns so severe. She walked out of the hospital six months later. During a recent follow-up, the pork, then season on both sides with salt and pepper. Dredge in Hour to coat evenly, but lightly. Now dip pork into beaten egg, then into bread crumbs. Again, coat evenly, avoiding a heavy covering. In an iron skillet, melt bacon fat or short- ening to a depth of about inch. Brown over medium heat. If breading tends to burn, reduce heat. When pork is nicely browned, cover and put into a 350-degrce oven 20 minutes. Adjust seasonings and servo. With fresh tomatoes plentiful at this time of the year, serve them broiled with either the chicken or pork. Select good- sized firm tomatoes. 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