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Page B2 Thursday, February 25, 1982 The Newspaper HP rwn qnii 9 (EaDDnirnDiieit AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Wm tr EQUAL HOUSING LENDER COME TO SUMMIT SAVINGS FIRST FOR: W4 Checking Account Summit Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 17S0 Park Avenue. P.O. Box 2519 Park City. Utah 84060 Telephone 801-649-9335 FSLIC fill jJtliwpfcU h Zi. fu .:UL i k 4?. -'.'j ;.-Ai. L 591 HISTORIC MAIN ST. EST. FAMILY JEWELS presents the PICTURE T?T A TVTTXTi GRAND OPENING MONDAY, MARCH 1ST Featuring original watercolors by well-known Utah artist DAWNA BARTON Reception 3 - 9 p.m. Refreshments FREE DRAWING Register to win a framed Dawna Barton print Please Come Exhibit on display thru March It's about time to dump These recipes were used by T.T. Tillie on her radio show during the week of Feb. 1519. T.T. Tillie's Gourmet Tips can be heard Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. on KPCW. This is Two-Ton Tille. Don't laugh. It's diet time. Time to get rid of all the junk food in the house. Cookies, chips, donuts go. Time to work on developing good eating habits and eating healthy, light and nutritious food. HAMBURGER D'EUGEME From Vogue Magazine. Enough for 1 hamburger. Yz finely chopped carrot (I grated it) Y2 cup finely chopped red cabbage 1 teaspoon oil Yt pound chopped sirloin or any other chopped meat 1 tablespoon chopped onions 1 tablespoon chopped chives salt and pepper to taste Cook the carrots and red 1975 cabbage over medium to low heat in a saucepan in the oil for about 15 minutes. Mix all the ingredients together and form a patty. Fry or broil about five minutes on each side and serve on a bed of lettuce or a scooped out french roll. Nice with sliced tomato and cottage cheese or a lightly cooked vegetable. vege-table. BAKED CHICKEN From Zizi Schirf. 4 chicken breasts with the bones cup buttermilk V3 cup lemon juice seasonings to taste Preheat your oven at 350 degrees. Place the chicken in a shallow pan and cover with the lemon buttermilk mixture. Bake for 45 mirutes to 1 hour. Sprinkle with the seasonings. One serving is 150 calories. ZUCCHINI CREOLE From Zizi Schirf. J pound zucchini sliced 1 large tomato skinned and chopped y4 cup chopped onions 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Seasonings to taste Combine vegetables and seasonings in a saucepan and simmer over a very low flame without liquid until zucchini is barely done. One 4-oz. serving is 38 calories. SOLE BELLE MEUNIERE (French for sauteed fish fillets ) . Serves 4-6 people 2 pounds fish fillets pepper and flour salad oil melted butter and lemon wedges Dust the fish fillets with flour and pepper. Saute in about Vi inch of salad oil over med-high heat turning once about IVi minutes per side. They're done when golden brown. Drain on paper towel and keep warm while you cook the rest. Serve topped with melted butter and lemon wedges and parsley par-sley for garnish. SALADE DE CRUDITES (Vegetables vinaigrette) I sliced cucumber or zucchini 1 large green pepper sliced 3 tomatoes wedged a few broccoli flowerets 3 or 4 hard cooked eggs the junk (you can add any other of your favorite vegetables) DRESSING Vz tablespoon lemon juice or white vinegar 1 tablespoon olive oil or salad oil Vi teaspoons dijon mustard 1 minced garlic clove pepper to taste Three centuries of classical music by Rick Lanman Baroque music is really 200-year-old jazz, or so claims Ricklen (Rick) Nobis, principal harpsichordist harpsichor-dist for the Salt Lake Chamber Cham-ber Ensemble. Tuesday night, in the main gallery of the Kimball Art Center. Park City was treated to perhaps the perfect fusion of baroque music and classical jazz. For nearly two hours, this remarkable group of musicians displayed a ver-satality ver-satality that delighted and surprised their audience. The opening composition broached little of what was to come; a Trio Sonata in Bb major by Pepusch, a composer, com-poser, acknowledged Rick Nobis, whom few have ever heard of. The ensemble, including in-cluding Eric Graf on flute, John Thompson on violin and viola de gamba, Patrick Zwick on contrabass, lute and several other Renaissance instruments, along with Rick Nobis, performed per-formed the Pepusch piece with great skill though perhaps less enthusiasm than displayed later in the evening. The second composition, featuring John Thompson on violin, was titled Violin Sonata, opus 5, no. 5, by the -Italian composer Corelli. The fast-paced allegro-was -well received by the audience audien-ce and the ensemble warmed quickly to the occasion. Yet it was the third work, Kon-zert Kon-zert No. 1 in D major by Telemann, that brought forth the the best from both the ensemble and its audience. This elaborate composition com-position allowed each member mem-ber to display his skill and still construct a tight musical framework. The piece was introduced by Patrick Zwick, an originator of the ensemble. Telemann is experiencing a ren-naissance ren-naissance among chamber musicians, a fact partly attributable at-tributable to the composer's prolific output as well as established skill. The Kon-zert Kon-zert No. 1 composition was acquired in a small music store in Stuttgart, Germany IAE announces Shakespeare cast The Intermountain Actors Ensemble's resident director, direc-tor, Ron Burnett, has announced an-nounced the cast for IAE's upcoming production of "The Taming of the Shrew," by William Shakespeare. Anthony Leger ("Zoo Story) has been cast as Petruchio, Rai French ("The Fantasticks") as Baptista Christopher Sly, Mike Hamill ("Bojangles") as Hortensio, Kerri Maxfield as Bianca, Anne Burnett ("Streetcar Named . Desire") De-sire") as Kate, Davis French as Tranio, Van Berre as Lucentio, Lynn Vincent as Grumio, Denna Wright as The Widow, Dick Mitchell (currently in "Chapter Two") as the pedant, Mike Draper ("Bye Bye Birdie") as Biondello and Ron Burnett Bur-nett as Vincentio. Others in the cast include Tim Morris ("Birdie") with Sue Griffiths Grif-fiths acting as stage manager. mana-ger. IAE's production marks the first local presentation of a Shakespearean play. Poets wanted Poets and poetry are being sought for an evening even-ing of poetry readings to be held at the Egyptian Theatre in late March. Local writers should submit their work to Park City Performances not later than noon on Friday, food Toss vegetables and dressing together. A nice compliment with fish or poultry. THINK LIGHT. THINK THIN. THINK HEALTHY FOODS. GET YOUR HANDS OUT OF THAT BAG OF CHIPS. and Patrick was obviously proud to be able to present it to the appreciative Park City audience. Following a brief intermission, inter-mission, the lights dimmed and Eric Graf stepped forward for-ward to announce the evening's premier . composition, com-position, at least in the eye of this reviewer. French composer com-poser Claude Boiling must have conspired with Dave Brubeck when he wrote "Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano." Actually, the composition com-position was written at the request of reknowned flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal, and eventually recorded for Columbia records by the two. For nearly 40 minutes the cascading sounds of light jazz filled the gallery. Yet this was classical jazz, very tight in form and lacking the improvisation one might expect, ex-pect, especially from the flute. Boiling intentionally wrote the piece just that way, and there may be nothing like it. Rick Nobis, when separated from his harpsichord, turned out to be a versatile jazz pianist. Patrick Zwick plucked wildly at his bass, but with a technically-assured perfection perfec-tion and guest percussionist Don Main could have fit right in with Lionel Hampton or Cannonball Aterley. Three curtain calls later it was obvious that the audience audien-ce had experienced something some-thing special along with the ensemble. We can only hope this talented group of people returns to Park City often, allowing us the opportunity to hear fine classical musicians mu-sicians in an intimate atmosphere. atmos-phere. We asked Eric Graf to compare a chamber concert con-cert to an evening with the symphony. He smiled, leaned back in his chair and said, "It's a whole different experience. "For Eric, playing in the symphony is wonderful, but playing in the Chamber Ensemble En-semble is special in its own way. I think his audience would have agreed. "Shrew is one of Shakespeare's Shakes-peare's most popular comedies come-dies and it not only exposes the Park City audience to one of his classics but it should be a thoroughly entertaining experience as well," says Burnett. The play is in its third week of rehearsal and has proven to be both fun and challenging as actors cope with the language of Shakespeare. Shakes-peare. "Shrew" is the story of the battle of the sexes, Katherine, known as "Kate," and Petruchio. The two are well matched as they bump egos throughout the play. "Rehearsals have been going great," says Burnett. "We've got a lot of talent in this cast and it's going to be a great show that everyone can enjoy whether you're familiar with Shakespeare or not." The play opens March 25 at the Prospector Theatre and plays March 26, 17nd April 1, 2, and 3. March 5. Selected works will be read by the author or assigned actors. Some pieces will be dramatized or accompanied by music. mu-sic. For further information contact Don Gomes 649-9371.