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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor VARIETY is the .spice of life but according to Jean MacLachlan spice is also the cause of a lot of variety too. Miss MacLachlan handles public relations for a number of food items, and from her office in Lachine, Quebec she sends out recipes and ideas, and goodies. Wednesday .Miss MacLachlan dropped in to the office to talk about spice, and of course, recipes. There's only one thing worse than talking about spaghetti sauces and chicken and broiled tomato slices topped with cheese, bread crumbs, and sweet basil at 3 in the afternoon. That's reading a release from a bazaar commit- tee on'cabbage rolls, barbecued chicken, cakes, pas- tries, etc. at 11 in the morning. While we drooled together over favorite recipes, Miss MacLachlan talked about men as cooks. She not only said that there were more of them around, but that she thought they were more imaginative and daring! "I'll probably get drummed out of Canada for say- ing this" she said, "but women stop to think that someone doesn't like this or that. A man just goes ahead and puts it together, and everyone eats it." I've witnessed scenes like that too and sometimes it's just shock and sometimes it's good manners but it is true that men like to' make exotic dishes, and use unfamiliar ingredients. Miss MacLachlan also mentioned the number of men's cooking classes she encounters around the country. One at Owen Sound, Ont., had a class of 200 men. (Didn't know they had 200 men in Owen She agreed that many cooks are hesitant about trying new herbs and spices because they don't know how to use them. She'll be sending us along a few booklets which are available to the public and we'll pass along the names and addresses of them for any novice or experienced cooks who'd like to give them a try. Young boy confused about today's modern con- veniences, referring to his mother's new hairdo as a permanent press sign on the back of a truck "This truck is equipped with a noise abatement de- vice" sounded like an ordinary muffler until the next line was read "an experienced driver" which we wish we could say about those who drive through streets in the wee hours of the morn We have it on good authority that a considerable amount of pollution from cars would be eliminated with a little better attention to the gas pedals espe- cially in regard to city buses and still on pollu- tion, another concerned citizen says the pigeons may be messy but she likes to see the birds flocking perhaps the day will come when our environment will not support our feathered friends Pollution control has to start at home with each cigarette butt, and gum wrapper, and paper tissues. (Calendar oLocai Open Howe will be held Sun- day Oct. 26, in bailor of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reeves,