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1 medium can whole asparagus stalks, or cuts 1/2 cup yoghurt, unflavored 4 level tbs breadcrumbs 1 tbs prepared mustard, mild 4 level tbs crushed almonds 1 small bunch fresh dill leaves, or 1 heaped tbs dried dill leaves 1 tbs good grade olive oil dash of soy sauce (optional) Drain asparagus, rinse and drain again. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs. Mix all other ingredients and pour them over the asparagus, in a suitable glass form. Cover and let stand for about 1 hr in refrigerator. Heat on medium power in microwave oven until mixture boils. Turn off heat but leave asparagus in oven until cool. May be served hot or cold. Will keep refrigerated for about 1 week. Quite a lot of readers heard about a shortcut I suggested some time ago and asked for a "repeat performance". Here goes: POOR MAN'S DATABASE Owing to the different formats, it's nearly impossible to transfer recipes to a common database (unless you are prepared to re-type the lot). To save yourself all that trouble, try this: Obtain a copy of a very common, short program called "LIST.COM". (you can download it from practically any BBS, and probably, some of your friends have it). On your hard disk (or if it comes to that, even a floppy), make a directory called, say, "recipes". To that directory, copy the LIST.COM program, and also all the recipes you get - no matter what their format, as long as they are in pure ASCII (i.e., no graphics or hypertext). Put all the recipes in the same file, let's call it "food". Anytime you get new recipes, concatenate ("glue") them to the existing "food" file, by simply typing (from DOS): copy food + (new recipes) food. This will add the new recipes automatically at the end of the original "food" file. Whenever you want to look up some recipes, type "list food", and (hopefully) you'll see the beginning of the file on the screen. Now type f (or F, for FIND), no space, and the name of the food (or ingredient) you're looking for. The text will scroll and stop, with the chosen word highlighted. Then you can type a (or A, for AGAIN), and you'll see the next occurrence of that word. Incidentally, you can ask the program to search for more than one word, such as "baking powder" or "carne con chili" etc. X or Q takes you out of the program. If you are adventurous, type ? and get a menu screen, allowing you to change parameters of the program. By the way, LIST.COM will accomodate files of any length, subject only to available space on your disk. Greetings from yehuda paradise Ramat Gan, Israel (paradise@math.tau.ac.il)

Tangy Asparagus


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(posted July 13, 1998)

1 medium can whole
asparagus stalks, or cuts
1/2 cup yoghurt, unflavored
4 level tbs breadcrumbs
1 tbs
prepared mustard, mild
4 level tbs crushed almonds
1 small bunch fresh
dill leaves, or 1 heaped tbs dried dill leaves
1 tbs good grade
olive oil
dash of soy
sauce (optional)

Drain asparagus, rinse and drain again. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs. Mix all other ingredients and pour them over the asparagus, in a suitable glass form. Cover and let stand for about 1 hr in refrigerator.

Heat on medium power in
microwave oven until mixture boils. Turn off heat but leave asparagus in oven until cool. May be served hot or cold. Will keep refrigerated for about 1 week.

Quite a lot of readers heard about a shortcut I suggested some time ago and asked for a "repeat performance". Here goes:

POOR MAN'S DATABASE

Owing to the different formats, it's nearly impossible to transfer recipes to a
common database (unless you are prepared to re-type the lot). To save yourself all that trouble, try this:

Obtain a copy of a very
common,
short program called "LIST.COM". (you can download it from practically any BBS, and probably, some of your friends have it).

On your
hard disk (or if it comes to that, even a floppy), make a directory called, say, "recipes".

To that directory, copy the LIST.COM program, and also all the recipes you get - no matter what their format, as
long as they are in pure ASCII (i.e., no graphics or hypertext). Put all the recipes in the same file, let's call it "food". Anytime you get new recipes, concatenate ("glue") them to the existing "food" file, by simply typing (from DOS): copy food + (new recipes) food.

This will add the new recipes automatically at the end of the original "food" file.

Whenever you want to look up some recipes, type "list food", and (hopefully) you'll see the beginning of the file on the screen.

Now type f (or F, for FIND), no space, and the name of the food (or ingredient) you're looking for. The text will scroll and stop, with the chosen word highlighted. Then you can type a (or A, for AGAIN), and you'll see the next occurrence of that word. Incidentally, you can ask the program to search for more than one word, such as "
baking powder" or "carne con chili" etc. X or Q takes you out of the program.

If you are adventurous, type ? and get a menu screen, allowing you to change parameters of the program. By the way, LIST.COM will accomodate files of any
length, subject only to available space on your disk.

Greetings from
yehuda paradise
Ramat Gan,
Israel
(paradise@math.tau.
ac.il)


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