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Fifth Estate # 64, October 17-30, 1968

Share this on… Easy Chicken Cacciatore: butter medium onion few pieces garlic 2 oz. salt pork (few pieces cut up bacon will do) 2 to 3 lbs. frying chicken 1 sm. can tomato sauce seasoning: pinches of parsley, rosemary, oregano

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Fifth Estate # 83, July 10-23, 1969

Share this on… Since I’m more or less trapped working downtown this summer my latest food adventure is the lost art of sandwich making. Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 82, June 26-July 9, 1969

Share this on… It’s been so long now since I’ve written a column that I hardly know where to begin. I was turned off writing about recipes and am hoping this column can take a different direction, but it’s all

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Fifth Estate # 59, August 1-14, 1968

Share this on… Summertime—Picnic Time It’s silly to cook much when the weather is warm. Picnics don’t have to be big, planned things. If you keep a few basic picnic foods around the house, you can grab them and go

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Fifth Estate # 57, July 4-18, 1968

Share this on… Jake Frankhouser is a gentle, revolutionary who has good and practical ideas about food. Jake’s good discipline has gotten him an undergraduate degree in landscape architecture and this year, a Masters in urban planning. Beyond all that,

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Fifth Estate # 55, June 4-18, 1968

Share this on… A group of friends and myself recently decided to take on the problem of gouging by inner city food merchants. Calling ourselves ICHWAG, or Inner City Honky Women Against Gouging, five of us set out to prove

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Fifth Estate # 53, May 1-15, 1968

Share this on… Sorry about not making the last issue. Your Eat It girl was in the hospital, which gives her a good reason to rap on institutional feeding and freedom. Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 54, May 16-31, 1968

Share this on… As a belated Mother’s Day present—a tribute to my mother (who said I was no lady for using the word “bullshit” in my last column). Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 54, May 16-31, 1968

Share this on… There is a book about the founder of Dow chemical called “Herbert Dow and Creative Chemistry.” Dow Chemicals is the primary manufacturer of napalm. Midland, Michigan is the seat of this bed of creativity. Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 63, October 3-16, 1968

Share this on… Now that Fall is here, I hope to be more regular with this column. I just haven’t been in the mood to write about food, what with the world coming down all around. But as my editor

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