Modern Living: The New Cuisine: Eating Without Going Broke

Diane Hackett, a La Grange, Ill., housewife, recently bought a live lamb for $10 and last weekend was headed for a farm where she intended to purchase a cheap goat. Mrs. Hackett is not after pets for her eight children; she plans to barbecue the goat. Lydia Galton of New York City recently performed the bloody job of slicing 100 Ibs. of liver; it was her turn to serve as distributor for the food co-op she and her neighbors have organized. In Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hollon have taken to growing wheat in...

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