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Issue Date: March 7, 2018

Spring Forward!...

Winter storms continue to close schools and snarl traffic in TIMESland, but the First Day of Spring is less than two weeks away. Official arrival is scheduled for Tuesday, March 20. This coming weekend, Saturday night, March 10, we all need to turn our clocks ahead for the start of Daylight Savings Time on Sunday, March 11. That's supposed to be another sign that Spring will soon be here.

SNOW OR SPRING?

Speaking of storms, just when the snow had started to melt, and freeze into treacherous ice instead, a major storm blew into TIMESland shortly after midnight on Monday, March 6. Packing snow, steady and blowing, continued to fall until about midnight on Tuesday, March 7. Old Man Winter is certainly determined to get his last blasts in.

Bet there will be at least a bit of flooding when Spring really does get here.

NO SPRING???

Every year about this time, nervously start remembering those old Norse tales about the Fimblewinter (or Fimbulwinter), the three years when Spring will not come. Worse, found out some of those old "no spring" stories are not just tales. That really did happen in the land of Thor and Odin and other Vikings in about the years 535-536, when history shows there was an extreme temperature drop all across northern Europel

The real Fimbulwinter was to usher in Ragnorak, or the end of the world as the Norsemen knew it.

According to some ancient sources, this era, in the mid 6th Century AD, was a period when the Sun was bluish, weak and obscured. Reports of that day claim people threw no shadow on the ground, and even the Moon was obscured. There was no heat, the crops died, people died.

Science today confirms there were some extreme weather events that led to increased deaths. In History class we learned about the Dark Ages, which began in the mid 500s and did not let up until climates in Europe started warming again. See? Not all climate change is bad!" Global warming is good, at least sometimes!

Anyway, the science of today, which includes ice cores taken from Greenland and tree ring studies from as far away as the Mediterranean, confirm that there were extreme weather conditions at that time. Some studies seem to indicate a very large volcanic eruption somewhere in the world, with a subsequent ash cloud spreading across the world and obscuring the sun. Other theories involve a meteor crash with the same sort of result.

Anyway, it was cold, in the northern parts of Europe at least, and stayed cold for a long, long time

SNOW DAYS

Since there's again snow on the ground, those among us who are still able bodied might as well take advantage of it. Do some snowmobiling,or take up cross country skiing.

There are some excellent trails in the state forests around TIMESland, some easy and some hard

WEARIN' O' THE GREEN

If you're an Irishman, or a "wanna be" Irishman, you may want to start planning now for St. Patrick's Day on Saturday, March 17.

Need to line up some green eggs and ham".No, that's for Dr. Suess' reading day.

Need to line up some green beer! And a shamrock or two.

Personally would much rather settle for that pot of gold they claim the Leprechauns have hidden. Came very close once. Had a rainbow end right on the front porch of our house in Appleton. No pot of gold, though. Even when we sold the house we didn't get a profit. Maybe we should have dug up the basement or sidewalk to see if there was gold under there.

ON THE SOAP BOX

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY


Am told that there is an International Women's Day on Thursday, March 8. Can't help wondering how the Women's Rights people (used to be Women's Lib) would deal with it if someone tried to create an International Men's Day?

They talk about being interested in equal rights, but sometimes wonder if what they really want are unequal rights, with the scales tipped in feminist favor.

And I can say that because I also am of the feminine persuasion.

But I'm angry with the Women's Lib people. Can't forgive them for the damage they've done to our gender.

Sincerely enjoyed the respect with which ladies were formerly treated. Really do miss having doors opened and packages carried and hats tipped.

Also sincerely believe that if a woman is privileged to be a mother, that should be her first life priority, at least while her children are growing up. Career objectives should come later, after that primary job is done.

Bet there'd be a lot fewer divorces if women took their primary jobs as wives and mothers seriously, an allowed their men to be men.

Wonder how many of today's problems, including drug abuse and school shootings, can be laid to the decreasing importance of motherhood and child rearing in today's world?

CROSS COUNTRY TRAILS

With the new snowfall comes more opportunities for winter fun, like snowmobiling, sledding and cross country skiing, We're privileged here in TIMESland to have some great cross country ski trails through the Peshtigo River and Peshtigo Harbor State Forests. Get trail information on the DNR websites, or pick up a map or brochure for routes. Trails are identified as to difficulty, and range from easy to those reserved for only the most experienced cross country skiers. Good sledding can be found just about anywhere there's a hill without a fence or road in the way!

And ice skating rinks remain open.

If you're going ice fishing, be careful. The recent warm spell created some very dangerous thin ice in many spots.

WELCOME TO THE CLUB!

Looking for a fun new hobby? Rock hounding and prospecting are fun things to do in the great outdoors, and can be done by nearly anyone. There's a new group, the "Wisconsin Michigan Prospectors" being formed for folks in this area, and they're holding a pot luck meeting at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 17 at Newingham's Supper Club in Wausaukee,so bring a dish to share. Alaskan prospector Dean Race will be a special guest speaker. Club members are interested in all forms of prospecting, including gold and silver, but also including rock collecting, metal detecting, maybe even prospecting for morel and other mushrooms. There are no dues. Organizers say purpose of the club is to make friends, share information, organize outings to look for "treasures", and participate in events to educate the public about prospecting. For more information call Ron Smith: 920-207-4092.

SALTY ADVICE

Ever have an egg slip through your fumble fingers and onto the countertop of floor? Splat! It's a gross, slimy mess that's surprisingly hard to clean up with just a soapy wet cloth. If you don't have a dog handy to clean it up, spread a layer of salt over the mess, and wait 10 minutes. Then just scoop it onto a piece of cardboard, and wipe up the remainder with a cloth or paper towel. Done!

THINKING OF GROWING THINGS?

Container gardening is a growing trend - no pun intended! It's probably too early to start planting anything, but it's not too early to think about what containers you might plant, and what you might plant in them.

Some tips from Old Farmer's Almanac are that the bigger the container the better. Use barrels (a wooden half-barrel can yield an amazing amount of food), buckets, baskets, boxes, old bathtubs and other tubs, and troughs - anything that holds soil. Just be sure there are drainage holes in the bottom.

Clay pots are usually prettier than plastic ones, but plastic pots retain moisture better and won't dry out as fast To get the best of both worlds, slip a plastic pot into a slightly larger clay pot. Black pots absorb heat when they are sitting in the sun. I once cooked an entire pot of herbs when I didn't mean to. Instead of growing, they baked and died after I moved the container outside, where they were sitting all day in direct sunshine. Many plants grown in pots must be watered as often as twice a day. To keep plants adequately cool and moist during hot summer days, they suggest double-poting: Place a small pot inside a larger one and fill the space between them with sphagnum moss or crumpled newspaper. When watering the plant, also soak the filler between the pots. and do set those pots where they get at least a bit of relief from direct sunshine.

Hanging baskets make good use of extra space, and herbs, cherry tomatoes, and strawberries grown at eye level can be easily tended and harvested. Add about 1 inch of coarse gravel in the bottom of containers to improve drainage.

They suggest reading seed catalogs to see which varieties to choose. Many now specify whether or not they will deal well with life in a container.

HOLLYWOOD OSCARS

Personally refuse to believe that just being a Hollywood star makes someone an expert on behaviors, morals or beliefs. The stars traditionally have a pretty poor track record for successful lives - as opposed to successful acting careers.

Advance publicity this year predicted that many of the stars (and the hosts) would be using that stage to push their political agendas.

Sort of agree with the sentiment about the Oscar presentations forwarded from the "U. S. Department of Memes" website: "Tonight the Hollywood elite will take time out from raping each other to lecture you about gun control while their armed security details stand close by backstage."

Incidentally, read that the number of people who bothered to watch the Oscars this year was down about 29 percent.

COOKIN' TIME

Lent continues, which gives a good excuse to print some meatless recipes here. Cold continues, so warming foods also are still in order.

GLUTEN FREE PANCAKES - A couple of weeks ago, ran a recipe for "Gluten-Free, Egg-Free Pancakes," but the recipe as printed called for two eggs. Checked the source and found the eggs should have been listed as optional. However, tried out the recipe with and without and found the pancakes were in fact quite good either way, but actually were better without the eggs. Also, the recipe called for cooking about five minutes on each side, and that is necessary, but you need to have the pan or griddle on somewhat low heat or they will burn due to the high sugar content. Next time, will try with artificial sweetener and/or some other alterations I have in mind. Will let you know in a few weeks how things turn out.

COTTAGE CHEESE EGG CASSEROLE

This great breakfast casserole can be made in bulk, and then frozen in batches for a bunch of quick, easy breakfasts.

Buttery flavored cooking spray

10 eggs, beaten

2 (16 ounce) containers cottage cheese

1 pound shredded Monterey Jack cheese

1 (4 ounce) can diced green chiles

1/2 cup butter, melted (optional)

1/2 cup all-purpose flour

1/2 cup cooked crumbled bacon (optional)

1 teaspoon baking powder

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a 10x13-inch baking dish with cooking spray. Mix eggs, cottage cheese, Monterey Jack cheese, green chiles, butter, flour, bacon, and baking powder together in a large bowl; pour into the prepared baking dish. Bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes, then reduce heat to 350 degrees and continue baking for about 30 minutes more, or until a toothpick or metal knife inserted into the center of the casserole comes out clean.

POACHED FISH

A quick and easy way to poach fish is to put a piece of fish in a plastic bag along with lemon or lime slices, parsley, butter, salt, and pepper. Force out as much air as possible from bag, then seal it and poach in 140 water (not quite simmering) for 12 minutes, or until the fish flakes easily with a fork. Ideally, you will use one of the cook and serve bags that you can buy, but am told that any zipper type bag will do, since the temperature doesn't get over the 140 degrees.

TOFU PARMIGIAINA

Breaded Tofu a la Parmigiana. What a meatless meal idea for Lent! Haven't tried it, but those who have swear this could pass for eggplant or veal!

1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs

5 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese

2 teaspoons dried oregano, divided

Salt to taste

Ground black pepper to taste

1 (12 ounce) package firm tofu

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce

1/2 teaspoon dried basil

1 clove garlic, minced

In a small bowl, combine bread crumbs, 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, 1 teaspoon oregano, salt, and black pepper. Slice tofu into 1/4 inch thick slices, and place in bowl of cold water. One at a time, press tofu slices into crumb mixture, turning to coat all sides. Heat oil in a medium skillet over medium heat. Cook tofu slices until crisp on one side. Drizzle with a bit more olive oil, turn, and brown on the other side. Combine tomato sauce, basil, garlic, and remaining teaspoon oregano. Place a thin layer of sauce in an 8 inch square baking pan. Arrange tofu slices in the pan. Spoon remaining sauce over tofu. Top with shredded mozzarella and remaining 3 tablespoons Parmesan. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Serve with a green salad, buttered noodles or angel hair pasta, and garlic bread.

LEMON GLAZED POUND CAKE

Craving the bright flavor or Spring? Treat your family to this luscious cake.

Cake:

2 1/2 cups white sugar

1 1/2 cups butter, softened

1 teaspoon lemon extract

4 eggs

3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1 cup buttermilk

Glaze:

2 cups confectioners' sugar

1/4 cup lemon juice

2 tablespoons butter, softened

1 tablespoon lemon zest

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour a tube pan, preferably a fluted Bundt pan. Beat white sugar, lemon extract and 1 1/2 cups butter with an electric mixer until light and fluffy, about 10 minutes. Add eggs one at a time, thoroughly beating each egg into the butter mixture before adding the next. Sift flour, salt, and baking soda together in a bowl. Mix one third of the flour mixture thoroughly into the butter mixture. Pour in half of the buttermilk and beat until combined. Repeat adding the remaining flour mixture and buttermilk, beating well after each addition. End with the flour mixture. Stir lemon extract into batter. Pour batter into prepared tube pan. Put cake into the oven and immediately turn oven temperature down to 325 degrees. Bake until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean, about 60 to 75 minutes. Cool in the pan for 10 minutes and then turn upside down onto a cake platter or plate. Beat confectioner's sugar, lemon juice, two tablespoons butter, and lemon zest together in a bowl until glaze is smooth. Pour about half the glaze over the cake; let cool. Pour remaining glaze over the cake. For a fun Easter dessert, fill the center with jelly beans or other colorful candies.

Thought for the week: Lent continues. Is your Easter outfit ready yet? Will it fit when Easter gets here?

TAKE A LOOK

I looked into the mirror today,

And saw myself in disarray.

My hair's a mess, my clothes a sight...

The pounds I've gained are just a fright!

Is this what other people see,

When they are looking close at me?

So I resolved right then and there,

To improve the image I must bear.

WHAT DO YOU SEE?

I looked into my life today,

And saw my soul in disarray.

Indifference, sin and selfish pride,

And lack of love were all inside.

Is this the Christ that others see

When they are looking close at me?

So I resolved to God in prayer,

To Improve His image that I bear.

Country Cousin

(This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. (This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. Views expressed are her own and are in no way intended to be an official statement of the opinions of Peshtigo Times editors and publishers. She may be contacted by phone at 715-291-9002 or by e-mail to shirleyprudhommechickadee@yahoo.com.)


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