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Fourth Of July Ox Roast In Dexter, July 1946

Fourth Of July Ox Roast In Dexter, July 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 4, 1946
Caption
DEXTER HAS PLENTY OF MEAT TODAY: There was no meat shortage in Dexter today as the village celebrated the Fourth of July. Feature of the celebration was the ox roast. The ox shown on the spit above dressed out at 703 pounds and was expected to furnish enough meat for 6,000 sandwiches. The ox was barbecued over a charcoal fire for 36 hours. It made two and a half revolutions each minute during this time while covered with grease to keep it from burning. Shown at the left is Chef George Wolfe of Grass Lake, famed in this region for his culinary efforts at such occasions while at the extreme right is George Adams, chairman of the Kiwanis celebration committee.

Clara Hildinger With Candy She Distributes At Ypsilanti State Hospital, May 1952

Clara Hildinger With Candy She Distributes At Ypsilanti State Hospital, May 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 28, 1952
Caption
Shown with a few of the more than 4,000 pounds of candy she has distributed to patients at Ypsilanti State Hospital during the past year is Mrs. Arthur Hildinger of 120 1/2 W. Liberty St. The table is loaded with treats for just one weekly visit.

Christine Liu - Author & Nutritionist, November 1976

Christine Liu - Author & Nutritionist, November 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 24, 1976
Caption
CHINESE COOKING preserves the high nutritional content of meats and vegetables, Christine Liu, local nutrition author and lecturer believes. (News Photo By Larry E. Wright)

Dr. Chen-To Tai's Children Eat Dinner, January 1965

Dr. Chen-To Tai's Children Eat Dinner, January 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1965
Caption
It is easy to please everyone at a large Chinese dinner when there are enough dishes to include each person's favorite. When the Chen To Tai family of N. Zeeb Rd., Scio township, celebrates the Chinese New Year the first of February each child's favorite dish will be on the table. Here (left to right) Jimmy, Bing, Arthur, Julie, and David are having Chinese ham, beef with oyster sauce, sweet and sour cucumbers and fried mushrooms. Their parents, Prof. and Mrs. Chen To Tai, are from Soochow, China, and their hometown cooking is famous throughout China. This cuisine is a little sweeter than most Chinese cooking, and not as oily as Cantonese nor as spicy as that from Northern China.