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Issue Date: March 22, 2018

Is It Spring Yet?...

You can't tell it from the thermometer, but Spring officially arrived in TIMESland at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, March 20. It arrived in the rest of the northern hemisphere at precisely the same time. For that one day, not only are day and night most nearly equal, the sun rises directly to the East and sets directly to the West. During most of the 20th Century, Spring arrived on March 21, but times (and calendars) have changed and that won't happen again until 2101.

Now, if Spring would just get busy warming things up, we surely would all appreciate it. One weather site said average temperatures in our corner of the globe have been some 30 degrees below normal so far for the months since Thanksgiving. Come on, Old Man Winter. Time to quit already!

That said, must admit, despite the freezing temperatures, there is a bit of a springtime feel to the air (it's the dampness), and maple sap is running, which should make the maple syrup producers happy. The sap run continues as long as nights are colder than 32 degrees, and days are warmer.

As a dedicated lover of maple syrup, I'm willing to put up with a few more chilly nights!

LOOKING FORWARD

On the other hand, if it would just stay warm for a few days the frost might go out of the ground, the mud would dry up, and asparagus would pop up. Now there's something to look forward to!

Also, we could plant peas on Good Friday, which Grandma always said we have to do if we want them to grow.

TRAILS ARE CLOSED

Snowmobile and ATV trails were closed for the season as of Monday, March 19. Once the thaw is complete and surfaces dry out, the year-round ATV tails will reopen. Meanwhile, anyone with an interest in snowmobile and ATV trails can get information by attending the annual meeting of the Snowmobile/ATV Alliance with Marinette County Board's Forestry, Parks and Outdoor Recreation Committee at the Wausaukee Village Hall to talk about trail plans for next year, including grants that the clubs will win and Marinette County will administer. Many of the trails run at least partly through Marinette county forests.

SPRING FESTIVITIES

Here in TIMESland we'll pounce on just about any excuse for an event or a celebration, and Spring is one of them. Easter is another.

All sorts of good things are planned.

Marinette High School Students will perform "The Addams Family," a new musical comedy, at 7 p.m.on Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 25 at the high school. Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults. To reserve tickets, call 715-735-1438

On Saturday, March 24, the Marinette Marine Booster Club will host the annual Spring Fling and Raffle at Little River Country Club, starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 each, and admit two adults ages 21 and over. Terri Florek, speaking for the Marinette Marine Booster Club, says the evening will include a great dinner, beverages, and games and raffles throughout the night.Tickets are available in the MHS office until 3 p.m. on Friday.

The Peshtigo Bulldog's Booster Club March Madness Bash is slated for 6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, March 23 at Embers 1871 (the former Schussler's Supper Club on County B at the west edge of Peshtigo, will include dinner, prizes and a Mini Hoops Tournament.

Kids can have breakfast with the Easter Bunny between 8 and 10 a.m. Saturday, March 24 at Applebee's. They'll be serving pancakes for $4 per person, with kids under age two served free. The event is sponsored by the YMCA in Menominee, and tickets can be purchased there or at the door on Saturday, until sold out.

Pine Tree Mall is having an Easter Event starting at 5 p.m. Friday, March 23 and the Easter Bunny is invited. He'll pose for photos, too.

Jack's Fresh Market on Cleveland Ave. in Marinette is holding a free Family Easter Event on Saturday, March 24.

Wausaukee Lions Club is holding a 9-pin Bowling Tournament from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 25 and noon to 2:30 pm. on Saturday, March 30 at the Wausaukee Bowl. Contact Joe at 715-856-5531 to register. Cost for a 4-person team is $20 per bowler.

Plan now to take the little ones to one of the Easter Egg hunts to be held on Saturday, March 31 at numerous locations in TIMESland, including Coleman, Crivitz, Marinette, Peshtigo, Wausaukee and more.

EGGQUINOX

There's an old folk tale that you can stand a raw egg on end on the Spring Equinox and it will stay there. A group at the Old Farmer's Almanac decided to try this out, and the eggs did indeed stand on end. After a full work day, 17 of their 24 eggs were still standing. They tried again three days later and got the same results, though, so maybe it had nothing to do with Spring. Their other thought was that maybe they should waited more than three days. Might be fun to try it on the first day of Summer and see if they still stand on end.

SPRING CLEANING

Easter is almost here, and I'm still finding ways to avoid Spring Cleaning. Soon it will be too late, and then I can quit looking for excuses.

Was pleased to know that many wonderful and witty people in our society seem to feel pretty much the same way. Maybe their houses aren't perfect either! Here a few of them:

Devon Werkheiser: "My favorite way of getting out of doing chores is by acting like I'm asleep. But it never works."

Anne Gibbons: "Nature abhors a vacuum. And so do I."

That wonderful poet A.A. Milne: "One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries."

Erma Bombeck: "My idea of housework is to sweep the room with a glance."

Roseanne Barr: "I'm not going to vacuum until Sears makes one you can ride on."

Joan Rivers: "I hate housework. You make the beds, you wash the dishes and six months later you have to start all over again."

And yet, in the Hoosier Farmer, a lovely explanation of why we may hate doing housework but keep trying to keep up anyway: "Love is the thing that enables a woman to sing while she mops up the floor after her husband has walked across it in his barn boots."

It's also why we clean the house before the kids grow up, even though, as Phyllis Diller said, that is in fact akin to shoveling the sidewalk while the snowstorm is still in progress, or like trying to fill the bathtub without putting the plug in.

On the other hand, you can carry things too far. William Morris advises, for clean, lovely surroundings, "Have nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful."

If I followed that philosophy I'd have to leave!

EASTER EGGS

FANCY EASTER EGGS


When cooking dishes that call for beaten eggs, blow out the shells, rinse and save them instead of cracking the eggs open. Get some sequins, lace, rick rack, metallic string, bottles of glitter and Elmer's glue. Then enjoy yourself by making eggs so pretty they'll make the Easter Bunny jealous. You can color the shells or leave them white. Put on a thin line of glue wherever you want the lace, rick rack, string, etc. If you're using the glitter, put the glue on along whatever pattern you want and shake the glitter over a wax-paper lined bowl so you can reuse the stuff that falls off. Let that dry. Then put a tiny drop of glue wherever you want a sequin. If you do this while the youngsters aren't around you'll have more fun, and you could surprise them on Easter morning. But if you're feeling both patient and generous let the kids do some too. Piled in a glass dish with Easter basket grass, the eggs make a beautiful centerpiece, and you don't have to worry about letting real boiled eggs spoil.

Another way to display the treasures you have made is on an Easter tree. Those budget stores usually have the wire "birch" trees, or even get a real branch, or use a large growing house plant. Twist a pipe cleaner into a knot at one end, dab it with Elmer's and insert so the knot is inside whichever end you want for your final effect. Let them dry. The eggs on pipe cleaners will also stand up on their pipe cleaner stems if the decorations on them aren't too heavy. To hang the eggs just cut the pipe cleaner stem to the length you need, and curve it so it will hang on the branch. A scissors will do it. Spray the eggs lightly all over with hair spray to help hold the trim in place and shed dust and dirt. Gives sort of a shiny finish too.

When Easter is over you can carefully wrap the eggs and pack them away for next year. I like to use a large coffee can with grass between layers. If you have a mouse problem you can put foil under the cover and then tape the cover on.

For those who don't know how to blow eggs, use a large needle or I like best one of those metal skewers for closing stuffed turkeys. Poke a small hole, not too small though, in the large end of the egg. Then in the small end, poke another hole and chip it away to a slightly larger hole. Be sure to break through the membrane on the egg. Then put the large end to your mouth and blow the egg out into a bowl. Don't do this ahead of time, but only just before you will use the eggs.

If you don't eat eggs and still want to do the craft, you can use them for beauty treatments. Whip up the eggs with a little water and work into wet hair. Leave it on for about 15 minutes and shampoo out. Use slightly cool water, and rinse thoroughly. Then shampoo again. Wonderful for winter dried or over treated hair.

The egg whites can be whipped with a little lemon juice and spread on your freshly cleaned face for a really super facial. Let it dry, then wash off with cool water. Feed the yolks to your dog or cat. They're really good for their fur.

COOKIN' TIME

BROILED TILAPIA PARMESAN

There are only two more Fridays remaining in Lent. This would be an excellent main dish for one of them. Or for any other time, in fact. Pop a few potatoes into the oven to bake while you make some Cheesy Broccoli and get the fish ready to broil. You'll be serving up a meal fit for a king in no more time than it takes to bake the potatoes. for a really fast meal, serve with prepared packaged Mac 'n' Cheese and a tossed green salad. Add some buttered beets for a health-filled and colorful plate.

1/2 cup Parmesan cheese

1/4 cup butter, softened

3 tablespoons mayonnaise

2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon dried basil

1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

1/8 teaspoon onion powder

1/4 teaspoon garlic powder (optional)

1/4 teaspoon paprika (optional)

1/8 teaspoon celery salt

2 pounds tilapia fillets

Preheat broiler. Grease a broiling pan or line pan with aluminum foil. In a small bowl, mix together the Parmesan cheese, butter, mayonnaise and lemon juice. Season with dried basil, pepper, onion powder and celery salt. Mix well and set aside. Arrange fillets in a single layer on the prepared pan. Broil a few inches from the heat for 2 to 3 minutes. Flip the fillets over and broil for a couple more minutes. Remove the fillets from the oven and cover them with the Parmesan cheese mixture on the top side. Broil for 2 more minutes or until the topping is browned and fish flakes easily with a fork. Be careful not to over cook the fish.

CREAMY SHRIMP ALFREDO

1/2 pound linguine, uncooked

2 tablespoons Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

1/2 lb. uncooked deveined peeled medium shrimp

3 cloves garlic, minced

6 ounces (3/4 of an 8-ounce package) cream cheese, cubed

3/4 cup fat-free reduced-sodium chicken broth

1/4 cup Grated Parmesan Cheese, divided

2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley or 2 teaspoons dried, crumbled parsley

Cook pasta as directed on package. While that cooks, heat dressing in large skillet on medium heat. Add shrimp; cook and stir 2 to 3 minutes or until shrimp turn pink, adding garlic for the last minute. Remove shrimp from skillet with slotted spoon, leaving the liquid in the skillet; set shrimp aside. Add cream cheese and broth to the skillet and cook three to five minutes or until the cream cheese is completely melted and the mixture is well blended, stirring frequently. Return shrimp to the skillet and add three tablespoons of the Parmesan cheese. Drain pasta and add to the shrimp mixture; mix lightly. Sprinkle with remaining Parmesan and parsley.

CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES

Make these for special Easter Basket treats.

1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened

8 ounces semi sweet chocolate, melted

1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Beat cream cheese in medium bowl with mixer until creamy. Add melted chocolate; mix well. Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm. Shape cream cheese mixture into 36 balls or egg shapes, using about 2 teaspoons of the cream cheese mixture for each. Roll in cocoa until evenly coated. Very pretty if you nestle these in a bed of coconut to serve.

COCONUT KISSED MACAROONS

Instead of the kisses, you could leave "nest" in the top for one of the chocolate truffles to nestle in after baking, pop in three or so mini jelly beans before or after baking, or tuck in some other suitable Easter candy. Wrap each macaroon in clear plastic, tie with a ribbon, and tuck into Easter baskets along with the other treats. They are that good!

1 [14] ounce package angel flaked coconut, sweetened

3/4 cup all-purpose flour

1/4 tsp salt

1 [14] oz can sweetened condensed milk

1 egg white, beaten until frothy

2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

24 chocolate kisses, unwrapped

Preheat the oven to 350F.  Line 2 baking sheets with foil or parchment paper and spray it with cooking spray. In a medium size mixing bowl, mix together the coconut, flour and salt. Add the sweetened condensed milk, beaten egg white and vanilla.  Mix well.  The mixture will be stiff.  Use a 2 oz ice cream scoop or Tbsp to scoop onto the prepared baking sheet. Bake for 16-18 minutes or until golden.  Remove from the oven and gently press a candy kiss into the center.  Remove to a wire rack to cool. Makes 24 macaroons.

HELLO DOLLY BARS

Found this almost forgotten recipe in the Marinette Senior Center newsletter for March. This is another case in which you bake a treat that could just as easily pass for a candy as for a cookie.

2 cups crushed graham crackers, about one sleeve

10 tablespoons melted butter

1 1/4 cup chocolate chips

1 cup chopped pecans

1 cup sweetened shredded coconut

1 can sweetened condensed milk

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Line a 9"X9" baking dish with foil and spray with cooking spray. Crush the graham crackers and place in a bowl. Add the butter and mix well, then pour into the baking dish and press down with your hands to make a somewhat even crust. In order, sprinkle chocolate chips , nuts and coconut on top as evenly as possible. Pour the condensed milk over everything. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the edges are golden.

Thought for the week: Lord, help me to forgive myself for wrongs I have done, and to accept that You are wonderful enough to forgive me, and to love me anyway. Help me to move forward, to know that, as Maria Robinson said, ""Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending."

Country Cousin

(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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