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RDJ-- Double Corn Bake, 02-09-00  Recipe du Jour
 Feb 09, 2000 03:14 PST 

Volume 3      Number 34

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1 lb hamburger
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp chili powder
1/3 cup chopped onion
1/3 cup ketchup
1 (12 oz) can whole kernel corn
1 (10 oz) pkg corn bread mix
2 tbs melted butter
Tomato Sauce (recipe follows)

Combine meat and next 5 ingredients in a skillet. Cook, stirring until meat
is browned. Press against sides and rim of a 10-inch greased pie plate.
Drain corn; pour into center of pie plate. Use package directions to prepare
corn bread, adding melted butter. Spread evenly over meat and corn. Bake at
425 degrees F. for 20 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes; then invert onto
serving plate. Accompany with tomato sauce. Yield: 6 to 8 servings.

Tomato Sauce:
1 (16 oz) can stewed tomatoes
1 tbs butter
1/2 bay leaf
1 tsp cornstarch
1 tbs water

Combine stewed tomatoes, butter, and bay leaf in a 1-quart saucepan. Simmer
for 10 to 15 minutes. Dissolve cornstarch in water. Gradually stir into hot
tomato mixture. Stir and cook until thick.


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Rich’s Note:   I always tried to keep the jungle at a distance, but
sometimes I felt it was creeping closer as I slept. I would wake up before
anyone else stirred and stumble to the door of the hootch, looking out to
see if the line of the dark green trees had shifted in the night. Beneath
the canopy of stars nothing moved, usually. I could barely make out the
shadowy forms of the guard towers and the outlines of the mess hall and
other hootches. Sometimes I heard a helicopter winding up over on the
airstrip behind us. Every once in a while a jeep or a mule would slice by on
the dirt road. I liked to think that they were patrolling just for me,
guardians against an encroaching jungle. Somewhere out there were villages
with sleeping Vietnamese dreaming, perhaps, of a country not at war.
Somewhere out there were American soldiers, grunts, sleeping beneath trees
or on patrol, praying they would make it through another day so they could
eventually go home. I don’t think any of us thought much at night about the
politics of war, whether we should be there or not, whether there was a
right or a wrong. I suspect that some of us dreamed about what was going on
back home, whether or not we had been forgotten, what good times we might be
missing, how we would keep the edges of the dark jungle out of our lives
when we finally got to sleep in our own beds. The walls of my hootch were of
sand filled ammo boxes layered and insulated with sandbags. My dreams were
of vines and green growth slithering through the spaces between the
sandbags, seeking me out to wrap me like a snake and hold me tight until the
silent enemy could crawl into the private places I thought were safe.
Somewhere out there were the Viet Cong. Between the jungle and my hootch was
a berm of earth, was a cleared area strung with concertina wire, was a line
of guard towers. None of them seemed enough. I stared at the stars a while
longer and returned to my bunk and tried to steal more sleep, fearful that
the jungle was creeping ever closer.

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Simply Tim: CITY COOL

In the thirteen or so years I lived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, it only
snowed ONCE. Three quarters of an inch fell on the unsuspecting city during
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In the jungle, the mighty jungle
The lion sleeps tonight
In the jungle the quiet jungle
The lion sleeps tonight

Near the village the peaceful village
The lion sleeps tonight
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Hush my darling don't fear my darling
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