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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 22C The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Son., Aug. ll, 1971  Celebrity Cookbook  Vincent No Longer Vegetarian  By Johna Blind  NEW YORK — “I’m no longer a vegetarian because I’m in an aggressive business,” is how actor, Jan Michael Vincent explains his shift from the vegetarian diet he had maintained the last few years. ‘I have places to go, people to see and things I need to do. I really need the stimulus I get from eating meat,” he said.  Just listening to the round of interviews mapped out for him to promote his new movie, “Buster and Billie”, would cause any normal mortal to order double portions of baron of beef daily!  The slender Californian, who talked in his hotel suite here, found, “being a vegetarian left me so passive. I avoided situations rather than dealing with them. I believe that the best thing for people to do, if they want to be mentally and physically healthy, is to be vegetarians. However, it s hard to be a vegetarian.”  Jan still gets his kicks working in the vegetable garden at his beach house near Los Angeles, where he lives with his wife, Bonnie.  “We have anything you can grow: Artichokes, corn, beans, carrots, spinach, broccoli, eggplant. I’ve even built a little greenhouse for growing lettuce and we pick boxes of strawberries almost every day.”  Since the birth of their daughter. Amber, and the actor’s accelerated schedule, they entertain less frequently than they once did.  IU HI  BLINN  Raw Milk, Cheddar Cheese  “When we do have people in,” he said, “we like to turn them on to something new like Bonnie’s Eggplant Casserole or Carrot Bread. Basically, I like simple foods, especially garden-fresh vegetables, raw milk and Cheddar cheese. Have you ever tasted it? It’s delicious, so different from the orangy kind you see in the supermarkets. Bonnie’s a good cook and getting better all the time.”  The Vincents are looking forward to moving to Santa Barbara where they own some land on Conception Point, surfing mecca of California. Jan, an avid surfer since he was in grammar school, plans to design the house. “It’s nice, virgin California land and even has a spring on it. It would be fun to keep some cbws and maybe even grow grapes.”  Later, Bonnie talked about the recipe for Jan's favorite Eggplant Casserole. “I make several eggplant dishes,” she said. “This one I originated using marinara sauce and pasta. I often make my own marinara sauce, starting with canned plum tomatoes, plus fresh tomatoes and herbs from the garden. I love my garden, especially the herb bed. I have several kinds of mint, marjoram, coriander and sage.  “When Jan’s home I try to cook good vegetables for him because it’s so difficult to get those on the road.”  Bonnie’s recipe for Eggplant Casserole follows:  Mushroom Eggplant Casserole  1/2 lb. fresh mushrooms 2 tbsps. butter 5 tbsps. olive oil  Actor Jan Michael Vincent  I 1/4 lbs. eggplant, peeled and cut in 3/4-inch cubes  I cup chopped onion  1/2 cup chopped green pepper  I tsp. finely minced garlic  I tsp. salt  1/8 tsp pepper  I pkg. (1/2 lb.) medium-size noodles 3/4 tsp. rubbed sage  1 jar (15 oz.) marinara sauce 1/2 lh. grated Cheddar cheese  1/2 lb. sliced mozzarella cheese (more if desired)  2 tbsps. sesame seeds  Rinse, pat dry and slice mushrooms. Saute mushrooms in butter 5 minutes; remove mushrooms and set aside. Heat olive oil in same pan; add eggplant, onion, green pepper, garlic, salt and pepper. Cook until tender (about 15 minutes), stirring frequently. Meanwhile cook noodles according to package instructions, strain. Stir sage into marinara sauce; pour over noodles. Line an 8-x 8-x 2-ineh casserole dish with aluminum foil. Spoon half the eggplant mixture into casserole. Top with half the mushrooms, half the noodles and half the cheese. Repeat, ending with cheese layer on top. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Cover. Bake in preheated 350-degree oven 30 minutes. Uncover and bake 15 minutes longer or until cheese is bubbly and golden brown. Slice to serve.  Afterthoughts: If possible use soy noodles, available from health food stores.  Debra Robinson Is Married to John O Cain Saturday  TIFTON — Tipton United Methodist church provided the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Debra Jean Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson of Stanwood, and Dr. John R. O’Cain of Davenport. Officiating at the 7.30 ceremony was the Rev. Ralph Schonck.  The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Nina O’Cain of Clinton, S. C., and John O’Cain of Augusta, (la.  Mrs. Charles Ford was  matron of honor and Tina Simmons, bridesmaid. Serving as best man was Dave Elceser and groomsman was Charles Ford. Ushers included Jack Robinson, jr.. the bride’s brother, and Jerry VViskus. The bride’s personal attendant was Miss Linda Horner. Ryan Goethals was ringbearer and Kim Thursten, flower girl.  Venise lace appliques trimmed the bride’s A line gown of silk organza which was designed with a high  neckline, bishop sleeves and a flounce at the hemline. Matching lace edged her chapel-length mantilla and she held a nosegay of red roses and pink carnations.  The attendants’ empire A-line gowns of red dotted swiss featured scoop necklines. Each wore a white picture hat and carried a single pink rose  A reception for 250 guests was given at the Moose* lodge following the ceremony.  After a wedding trip to St.  Louis, Mo., the couple will make their home in Bettendorf. The bride was graduated from Kirkwood Community college and has been employed by Drs. Ogesen, Rose and Hogeland. The bridegroom, a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractics is self-employed.  oOo  Make room in your attic, garage, or basement. Sell idle items with a classified ad!  meat  WA'  MARKETS  2801 Mf. Vernon Rood S.I. 1831 J. Street S.W.  I 140 Old Marion Road N.E.  362-0208  366-0448  393-8161  BEEF SIDES CUT  WRAPPED  FROZEN  PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE  MONDAY GROUND  SPECIAL beef  3 lb. Pkg. or Larger  TUESDAY  SPECIAL  NELSON’S  RING  BOLOGNA  WEDNESDAY *° L . LED   SPECIAL ROAST  $1 29  I lb.  $1 39  lb.  WEEK-END SPECIAL  Thurs.  Thru  Sat.  BRAT  WURST  98  c  lb.  NEW!! SHISH-KA-BOBS EACH WEEK AT OUR OLD MARION RD. STORE THURS.-SAT.  Wagner-Dohmen Vows Repeated  MECHANICSVILLE - The Rev. William Stratman performed the one o’clock ceremony Saturday which united in marriage Miss Janet Lee Wagner and Alan James Doh-men. The ceremony, at St. Mary’s Catholic church, was followed by a reception for 250 guests in the church social rooms.  Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Erwin E. Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dohmen, all of Mechanicsville.  Mrs. Gary Scorpil attended the bride as matron of honor and bridesmaids were Edna Dohmen, the bridegroom’s sister, and Teresa Cook. Serving his brother as best man was Frank Dohmen and groomsmen were Dave Siebels and Don Doser. Ron Cook and Gary Doermann seated guests. Ringbearer and flower girl-were Danny Jilouec and Stephie Spear Pleated ruffles and Venise lace accented the bride’s A-line gown of silk organza which was fashioned with a high Victorian neckline, sheer yoke and bishop sleeves. Her court-length veil, bordered with matching lace, was held by a Camelot cap and she carried a crescent bouquet of pink roses and pastel carnations.  The attendants’ empire A* line gowns wer° designed with scoop necklines, short puff sleeves and cummerbunds in blue, pink and yellow dotted Swiss, respectively. Each wore a white picture hat and held a basket of pastel daisies and Elegance carnations in a color matching her gown.  ★ ★ ★  The new Mr. and Mrs. Doh  Deborah Marion Becomes Bride  : iii  Mrs. Dohmen  men will reside in Anamosa on return from a wedding trip to South Dakota and Colorado. The bride is employed by the Jones county courthouse in Anamosa and the bridegroom by Montz Implement Co., in Mechanicsville.  oOo  Fabric Softener Reduces Cling  “Clinging vine” skirts and petticoats can cause embarrassing moments to synthetic fabric fans. It’s best to discipline these garments in the wash  Static electricity can be eliminated or greatly reduced by the use of a first-in type fabric softener in the wash cycle, according to a laundry expert from a leading manufacturer of laundry detergent.  But don’t be overcome by the pleasant smell and feel of softened garments, she warns. Some women become so enthusiastic that they over-use the softener. This will cause a wax-like build up impairing the garments’ ability to be effectively laundered again.  The Rev. Joseph Rahal performed the ceremony Saturday at St. George Orthodox church which united in marriage Miss Deborah Iz*e Marion. 1825 I) avenue NE. and Richard Berry. The one o’clock ceremony was followed by a reception for 200 guests given at the Eagles club.  Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leo A Marion, 414 Sixth street SVV, and Mrs. Louis K. Berry, 4043 Dale wood avenue SE. and the late Mr. Berry.  Schiffli embroidered lace and pearls accented the bride’s A line gown of silk organza which was fashioned with a high ruffled Victorian neckline, a ruffled bibbed bodice-and court-length train Her fingertip veil, bordered with matching lace, was held by a Camelot cap and she carried a cascade of stephanotis centered with a white cattleya orchid.  Mrs. John Dollarhide of Kansas City, Mo., attended her sister as matron of honor.  Mrs. Berry  Bridesmaids were Chris and Rose Sweeney. They wore gowns of violet eyelet lace over white styled with matching eyelet jackets. Each attendant carried a single lavender aster.  Serving his brother as best man was Edward Berry arid groomsmen were Leonard and Chuck Kamberling. Guests were seated by John Burke, the bride’s stepbrother, and Richard Marion, another brother. Tina Marion was flower girl.  it it A  The couple Is enroute to St.  Louis, Mo., for a wedding trip On return they will reside at the D avenue address The bride is employed by Collins Radio Co., and the bridegroom by the Kacena Co.  oOo  Jointed Bus Has Some Problems  LOS ANGELES (UPI) -The advantage of the $91),(KM) jointed bus from Sweden — the manufacturer says — is its maneuverability. Although it is 60 feet long and will carry 75 passengers, its hinged middle is supposed to make it easier to handle in tight spots.  The Rapid Transit district, interested in buying some, set up a demonstration run for newsmen recently.  Before it was out of the parking lot the bus clipped a parked car, ripping the fender on the bus and crunching the auto’s rear fender.  oOo  Turn that unused piano into a bike, car, or whatever you want to buy with a want ad!  KitchenAid.  dishwasher or trash compactor  REGISTER NOW • NO OBLIGATION 5(C You can win your choice of one of these timesavers.  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