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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Ruplds Gazette: Thurs., Nov 7, Convenience Products Stretch Low-Cost Meats Into Crowd-Pleasing Special Dishes Savory Chicken Kiev with Pecan Wild Rice is a dish that's easy on the cook and the cook's budget. It can be prepared ahead of time and heated just before serving. A long grain and wild rice mix is the base for the chicken rolls." Two Principles Entitle Housewives To Half of Spouses1 Salary: Magazine CHICAGO (UPI) Two fun- damental principles entitle housewives (o half their hus- bands' salaries, an associate editor of U.S. Catholic writes in the magazine's November is- sue. First, Ronald J. Liszkowski says, housewives are equal to (heir husbands, if nol superior in every way; and second, a housewife's work is as impor- tant as any other work in the world. In a pre-publicalion ques- tionnaire about the article, more .than half of U.S. Catholic's readers who res- ponded to the survey agreed with Liszkowski's principles. Few, however, bought his proposal for equal pay. Liszkowski says a woman is entitled to "one-half the net salary her husband earns minus expenses mutually in- curred in supporting the household and all therein. "It may be argued that bed, board, gifts and occasional begged baubles arc pay enough for any housewife but they are not the he said. "There is a difference, as they say, in kind." Under Liszkowski's proposal, a housewife's work week would match her hus- band's hour for hour and any work not completed during (hat period would either he left for the next week or divided equally between husband and wife. So a annual income for a family of four would be equally divided between spouses. After taxes, the left would be divided to apiece. After deductions for food, housing and mis- cellaneous expenses like gifts, insurance, contributions, clothing and entertainment, wife and husband would wind up with about a week apiece, he said. Only 211 percent of (hi1 readers surveyed said they believed a wife should get equal pay. Forty-six percent said they opposed I he idea en- tirely. Headers commenls on the plan varied from support to outrage bill Robert L. Dugas, Warren, Mich., offered al least a practical criticism: "Anyone who's been married any length of time knows there's never enough money for anything much less any to simply hand over (o either partner." he said. CHICKEN WITH CUKKY A seasoned coaling mix makes Ibis chicken dish easy to. prepare. Place conlents of 1 envelope seasoned coating mix for chicken, any flavor, and to 2 teaspoons curry powder into Die plastic shaker bag. Moisten pounds chicken pieces in about Vi cup water or milk and shake olf excess liquid. Shake 2 or I) pieces at a time in the bag until evenly coaled. Arrange chicken in single layer in ungreased shallow baking pan. Bake in 400-degree oven lo 511 minutes or until lender. Yield: portions. Strelch relatively low-cost meals Into crowd-pleasing specialities with new convenience products which add flavor and flair. One recommendation is Savory Chicken Kiev wilh I'ecan Wild llice as an easy- on-lhe-budget selection which is an impressive company dish. The recipe calls for long uraln and wild rice mix to ilress the economical poultry. Boned chicken breasts are pounded and rolled around slicks of butter blended wilh the contents of the special herb and seasoning packet which comes with the rice mix. The chicken rolls are prepared in advance and refrigerated. Unlike Ihe traditional Chicken Kiev preparation, this recipe calls for no-watch oven baking before serving. Chopped pecans am) parsley are stirred inlo the hot cooked rice mix which serves as a base for the chicken rolls. The flavorful rice also will catch the melted seasoned butler which oozes from the hoi rolls as Ihey are cut. You may wish lo caution guests to cut them carefully to avoid the spurting melted butter escaping from the chicken rolls. Wild Rice Beef Rolls wilh Creamy Mushroom Sauce is yet another impressive recipe lhat stretches and glamorizes boneless flank steak lo make a man-pleasing company riis.li. Savory Chicken 1 pkg. (fi ox.) long grain wild rice cup butter or margarine !i large chicken breasts to 1 pound each) Flour 1 egg, beaten cup fine corn flakes or bread crumbs cups water 1 Ibsp. butter or margarine 1 tsp. sail >A cup chopped pi-cans 1 Ibsp. chopped parsley Cream contents of season- ing packet and cup bullei together. Shape inlo roll 4 inches long. Chill. Cut in hair crosswise and then lengthwise inlo I) equal pieces. Slice chicken breasts in half; skin and bone carefully. Using wooden mallet, flatten each piece between sheets of waxed paper until very thin. Place a piece of butler on each chicken breasl; fold sides over butter to seal completely and roll up. Fasten with small metal or wooden skewers. Roll in flour. Dip in egg and roll in crumbs to coat evenly. Refrigerate al leasl 1 hour before cooking. Combine contents of rice packet, 2'A cups water, I tablespoon butler and 1 lea- spoon salt in saucepan. Bring to boil. Cover lightly and cook over low heat until all water is absorbed, about 25 minutes. While rice is cooking, arrange chilled rolls in greased shallow baking pan (about IS-hy 8- Bake in very hot oven (450 degrees) until chicken is lender, about 18 lo minutes. Stir pecans and parsley inlo cooked rice. Serve chicken rolls over rice. Makes S servings. Jackets-Navy, Bottle Green Sizes 1 2 to 20. The newest idea in boys multi- purpose wear. Ideal for dress or casual wear, styled to please the boys and priced to fit every budget. Postal Sub-station Pay your utilities here! Thirty-Second and Oakland Rd. NE OPEN: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY: pm SATURDAY pm butler. Stir cup soup iin'l. piim'cnlo inlo cooked rice. Slil fiicb flank steak horizontally from one long side to within inch of the other wilh a lung sharp knife. Open and lay flat. I'uund slightly to flatten evenly. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Spread each steak wilh rice mixture, leaving outer 1 inch free. Carefully roll each sleak with the grain length- wise, jelly-roll fashion. Fasten together securely with metal skewers or tie wilh cord. Brown rolls in .shortening in a 12-inch skillet, turning carefully to brown all sides. Add Vi cup water; cover lightly and cook over low heat until meal is tender, aboul lo hours. Add remaining cup water if needed. Remove mils from pan drippings and let stand 15 to 20 minutes before slicing with sharp knife. Add mushrooms to pan drippings and cook unli] lender, about 5 to 8 minutes. Stir In remaining soup, half and half, and paprika; heat. Serve over sliced rolls. Makes f> to 8 serv- ings. 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