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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Second oldest type of food Mexican dishes economic exciting The Herald- Family By KEN ROBERTS HenU Staff Writer A bit of sunny old Merico came to a cold Lethbridge Sunday. Chile guacamole salad and Spanish fried rice were the order of the day at the Lethbridge Hotel cafe. The meal was prepared by Don manager of the cafe. One of his specialties is Mexican He has lived in Southern California a good part of his life and made several trips to Mexico where he learned how to cook Mex- ican food. Mr. Harker says Mexican food is the second oldest type of food developed by a specific nationality. Oriental food is Cheese filling grated cheese is on top of tomato sauce and tortilla. The interesting thing about Mexican Mr. Harker is it developed from the agricultural products available to the Mexican people. Some of the ingredients for Mr. Barker's smorgasbord of Mexican came from as far away as California. The dried corn husks used in his tamales came from there and the corn flower used in the same dish WM purchased a couple of months ago in These are very hard to purchase in Canada. Until he went into the restaurant cooking was Mr. Barker's hobby since he was a child. Here's his recipe for Heat two cups of pure tomato sauce in a pan. Add one quarter teaspoon of the spice cayenne a dish of tabasco sauce. Take some tortillas pieces of Mexican and fry them in oil until they are soft. Then dip them in tomato sauce and put them in a bake pan. Add one quarter cup of cheddar cheese to the centre of each tortilla. chicken or anything desired can be used in place of cheese. Fold the tortillas one way and then back the other. Pour the remaining tomato sauce over the tortillas and again sprinkle with grated cheddar cheese. Heat in oven at 350 degrees until the tomato sauce is bubbling and the cheese topp- Finished product a little bit of everything to satisfy everyone's Spanish fried chiles taste buds goes onto a plate of Mexican food. rellenos and a good appetite are essential. Glitter sets pace By MARGARET NESS NEW YORK Long dresses and the newer ankle length still are fashion's preference this season for for- mal events. But there have been second thoughts. Length the most im- portant fashion news is glitter. a new feeling for says one of today's most influential designers. have stopped pretending to look The glitter runs-to metallic paillettes and lurex. Donald Brooks' gold pailettes unevenly AFTERNOON BINGO EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE 3 Ave. North 5 Mon.y DOUBLED Winkly Jtckpot Frw SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Undar 16 Allowed Everybody HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services NMd HouMhold Call 320-2800 For Pickup OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. MARY QUANT COSMETICS NowAt Lakeview Drugs 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-5509 scattered over a brown sheer wool gown aresthe epitome of lady like elegance. SHOWN IN SWEATERS Metallic interest was shown by Nat Kaplan in this season's top the. sweater. His pearl grey metallic knit sweater bodice and matching cardigan topped a shimmer- ing satin skirt that comes in short and long versions. Adele Simpson also likes the sweater look in a gold pailletted sweater dress with its own hip length cardigan. Another combines a jewelled cardigan with a floor length brown matte jersey. Goldworm used metallic gold edging around the Chanel jacket of a beige wool suit for late day. And in the Paris Saint Laurent revealed an amber and grey pearl jewelled cardigan worn with a pleated black crepe slip type dress in the new ankle length. It was priced at Purchase of a metallic or sequinned cardigan can bring new life to an old par- ticularly if all the trim is stripped off to make it starkly simple. STRAPLESS LOOK BACK There ft considerable interest in bare backs and a rerun of the strapless look. Both of these ideally team up with a glitter cardigan. They are also perfect foils for the long feather boas that have made fashion headlines this season. Feathers are also used ex- tensively as trims. Donald for banded a taupe sheer wool gown with ostrich and added a huge triangular stole bordered in ostrich. has been used as an accent for either as a wide skirt band or as sleeve trim. Suzy Perette does the unlikely by using bleached opossum as a full skirt border on a cream crepe dress. A new idea for restaurant dining and semi formal par- ties is the combination of day- time fabrics like wool with evening sheers. Papillion does it in a street length bias gabardine skirt with a hand painted sheer organza blouse. There is also a bedroom influence for evening. and tea once worn behind closed are big news as formal evening says fashion authority Eleanor Lambert. This lingerie look was shown by Renato Balestra in the Holt Renfrew fall collection in black crepe georgette with panels of paved re embroidered lace. In Alberta the low cost of Natural Gas helps cut the high cost of Natural gas is the world's premium fuel. It's available at reasonable cost and backed by service that you can depend on. no no scrubbing 'with safe CARPET FURNITURE CLEANING by Dura ABSORBS restoret All lervice done In yoor home Furhishingt in me lame day WILSON DONALDSON 14M 11 An. 1. UM. Since 1930 canaoian uuesrern natural-oas company i imiTed Novenbw Pern SpwHill Chr Qttyou maaPvnnNowl SPECIAL 1 .00 GOBY'S BEAUTY SALON 322 13th St. North Phent 327-8M7 ing has melted. The enchiladas are now ready and should be served with tour cream on top. The above recipe is good for about 12 enchiladas. Two per person is an average serving. The preparation takes only minutes with the longest part being the baking in the oven. Each enchilada costs about IS cents to make and all the ingredients are available in any Lethbridge grocery store. Preparing sauce Don Harker adds final touches and a dash of spice to enchilada sauce. ItTI THI LITHMIOOI HMALD-ir Human rights seminar A week long workshop on human which began is being featured at the Lethbridge Community College. Human rights Reg Newkirk is conducting the noon hour discussing problems of depen- co-operation and group participation. Residents of the community who cannot attend the LCC sessions may participate in Wednesday and Friday workshops to be held at 8 p.m. at the Lethbridge Friendship Centre. Jolly Time Ftwayspops crisp'n tender -it's the easyeatin' pop WINTER IS Did you have a pair of warm If you didn't Come in soon we have. BOOTS FOR EVERYBODY FOOT NOTES by JOE WOMEN-MEN-CHILDREN the Boss isn't going 'col- just wants to show off his shoes from JOE GREEN'S Dipping tortillas coating of spicy sauce is given to each tortilla. 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You get all of this and more for only a month. So find out about the Key Account at your local Commerce branch and become one of our key customers. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ;