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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES Choter, August 6. Blackeye peas in Italy, U.S. By CECILY BROWNSTONE cording to package directions; Associated Press Food Editor drain and Stir in vinegar; When Tony Luccio, born and add oil, salt, mustard, sugar; bred in Benezento. a small and red pepper and mix thor- town in southern Italy, came to oughly. Add scallion and green live in New Jersey almost a pepper and mix lightly. Cover dozen years ago he was sur- priisecfto find that the families At serving time turn the sal-- he visited near his new home ad into a serving bowl; ring the never served fresh blackeye outside edge with the tomato peas. Called fagioli all' occhio jt makes a colorful contrast to in Italian, Tony's mother" had the blackeye peas and its flavor made various dishes with them goes well with them. If lettuce and he had grown up relishing is used, line the serving bowl them w'ln it before adding the black- It wasn't until much later eye peas and the tomato, when he met a neighbor, a Makes 6 servings (each about good cook from Georgia, that :-4 cup excluding the Tony discovered blackeye peas Note: If nave fresn tarra- are'used in some of the great gon growing in your garden, on dishes of our southern states, your patio or a window sill, it One day his v neighbor treated w111 make an interesting addi- him to a blackeye pea salad to this salad mince and, as he says, "It tasted just some of jt and add enough to like the one we used to have in suit your own taste. Or if dried Benezento." He was interested t3iragon leaves are on your to know that the fresh frozen sPice shelf, add a teaspoon of blackeye peas used in the salad tnem (crushed) to the salad, are now available all over the Theater sets U.S.A. and are beginning to be highly esteemed in every part our country. If you'd like to try the de- lightful salad appreciated in both southern Italy and Geor- gia, here's the recipe. It's great to serve at any time of the year with sliced meat (cold or hamburgers or frankfurters. It's also a fine accompaniment for chilled poached fish steaks or pan-fried whole fish, fillets or steaks. Good, too, with scrambled eggs and bacon or ham for a weekend brunch or Sunday night supper. BLACKEYE PEA SALAD Two 10-ounce packages frozen blackeye peas cup cider vinegar cup cup olive or other salad oil 2 teaspoons salt teaspoon dry mustard teaspoon sugar 'Sunday in New York' teaspoon ground hot red pepper i- cup thinly sliced scallion, part of the green tops included 'v cup slivered green pepper Garnish: Skinned, seeded and coarsely diced tomato and, if desired, lettuce or other salad greens Cook the blackeye peas ac A humorous look at the sexual mores of the 1960s is the theme of Norman Krasna's "Sunday in New which will be the final offering of the Haverford-Bryn Mawr Sum- mer Theater Friday through Sunday. The show will be presented at p.m. Friday and Saturday Sunday. The show, which portrays the story of Eileen and Mike, is an examination of the "maybe morality." This production, which concludes an eight-show series during the second summer festival conducted by students and graduate students of Haverford, Bryn Mawr and Swarthmore. is under the direction of Christopher Goutman, a graduate student at Carnegie-Mellon University Theater School. Goutman said he framed the play from "the specific per- spective of the early sixties" Photography Studio t i ropk-i Build your home gallery with an 8x10 natural color portrait 4 Day Offer (We want you to try us) Photographers' Hours: A.M. to 8 P.M. (Closed Tuesdays) FRAME NOT IN.CLUDED No appointment needed. One offer per person per family. SI .00 charge for each added person in groups. This photograph offer may not be combined with any other advertised offer. OFFER ENDS SAT., AUG. 9 ROOSEVELT BLVD., MEDIA, HOC.UCK AND co. 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