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Country Cousin

Issue Date: January 17, 2020

Shirley Prudhomme

Free Fishin...

Weather hasn't been too bad for January, but floods are threatening much of the shoreline area. There were treacherous roads late on Thursday, Jan. 9 and into the morning of Friday, Jan. 10, and luckily the last threatened blizzard turned out to be a very slight snowfall. Outlook for the coming week seems to be for moderate temperatures and no significant snowfall.

However, one forecast calls for significant snow on Friday followed by bitter cold. We'll have to wait and see who's right.

COMING UP

To see what the community, and the vendors, have to offer for outdoor fun in Marinette County, plan to attend the "Everything Outdoors" show at the Community Rec Center in Marinette on Saturday, Jan. 18 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. They're expecting to have a display of everything for outdoor fun, from boats to RVs, fishing and hunting equipment and supplies, ATVs, snowmobiles and more!

The High Falls Radar Run which had been planned for Saturday, Jan. 18 has been postponed until Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will headquarter at Boat Landing 3 Road and the Iron Snowshoe Snowmobile Trail 12 Miles west of Crivitz.

Free fishing weekend on Wisconsin lakes and streams is coming up this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Regular bag limits and fishing rules apply, but you don't need a license to try to bag your limit.

Want to enjoy an evening with good music, good food and good people? Go to the Country Gospel Jam from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17 at the Town of Stephenson Town hall on County X west of Crivitz. Bring an instrument to play, a song to sing, or just listen to some good gospel music. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. No charge. Refreshments are provided.

SIDE EFFECTS

The GreenBay Packer game on Sunday, Jan. 12 was an exciting one and won the Pack a place in the NFC championship game. But some statistics from the game show players are not the only ones that get injured.

Don't have details, but a news release from the Green Bay Police and Fire Departments show that during the Packers versus Seahawks game on Sunday there were six arrests, 17 people were ejected for various fan conduct violations, and Green Bay Metro Fire transported seven people to local hospitals and responded to 26 requests for Paramedics.

LEFT OUT

Every now and again folks in Marinette County Government get complaints about the northern areas getting left out when services are provided, and lately that old north versus south issue has resurfaced a few times, maybe more than a few.

But maybe the folks up north shouldn't feel too bad. At least they don't get treated as badly as the Michigan's Upper Peninsula was treated on a recent television show. The screen backdrop featured a map of the entire United States and guess what? The Upper Peninsula (Yup! Da entire Yoop!) wasn't even shown on it.

How's that for being left out, neglected and ignored?

TRICKY

Back in the day when horses were the most common form of transportation other than foot travel for armies and individuals, some folks figured out that if they put the horse shoes on backwards they could trick a pursuing enemy into thinking they had gone the other way. As a casual history buff, read recently that back in the 11th century King Alfonso used this trick to escape from Toledo, Spain during his battle to regain former Spanish territory from the Muslim Moors who had invaded and captured it a century or so earlier.

In 1469, Isabel I of Castile and Fernando II of Aragon, both Catholic descendants of the long line of King Alfonsos, were married, which created unity in Spain. In January of 1492 the royal couple completed the reconquest by taking Granada, which was made possible by the rivalry between the last Muslim governors of Spain. That feat in turn put them in a position to finance Christopher Columbus' first voyage to what he thought would be China that instead led to his accidental discovery of America on Oct. 12, 1492.

Fate does indeed act in mysterious ways!

KEEP YOUR TEETH

We tell our kids to brush and floss morning and night and get them to the dentist regularly, but too often fail to follow through for ourselves. Do yourself a favor. Take good care of your teeth so they'll stay with you for a long, long time. Brush and floss regularly, and and least twice a day swish an antiseptic mouth wash or hydrogen peroxide around teeth and gums vigorously enough to get it between teeth. Having false teeth is no fun at all.

Incidentally, show me someone with a mouth full of dental implants, and I'll show you someone who put his money where his mouth is.

Long ago read that Benjamin Franklin carved himself a set of wooden false teeth. Not sure why he would have done that, since he was a skilled gold and silver smith and theoretically could have made teeth out of those metals once he carved out a form. Then just recently read that George Washington had false teeth made of whale bone. Bet our nation's Founding Fathers would have been thrilled to have the kinds of false teeth we complain about today!

REAL RECYCLING

We like to think we're saving the planet by recycling cans, bottles, bags, etc. Mulching kitchen scraps is another way of making good use of garbage,and we can do that, winter and summer.

But but we can do some real recycling by putting things in our homes to good use that otherwise would be just tossed out, and we can save some real money doing it.

For example, don't buy silver polish. If you're occupying a winter evening by polishing the silver, run a banana peel or two through the lender with a little water. Use a cloth rub the resulting paste on silver pieces to remove the tarnish and restore the shine. Enjoy the nice tropical scent while you work, and when you're done, just rinse the piece in a warm water bath to wash off the paste. Wipe it dry with a clean cloth, and enjoy that heady feeling of accomplishment. It didn't cost you a cent!

When you boil eggs or boil veggies, let the water cool and use it to water your plants and nourish them at the same time, provided you didn't add salt or vinegar to the water. The eggs and the vegetables leave valuable minerals in the water that your plants will love. Mine also love an occasional drink of diluted leftover coffee (no cream or sugar).

Sprinkle the ashes you remove from fireplace or wood stove on sidewalks and driveways to erase slippery ice. Use the ashes on steps, too. Just be sure to provide a rug or have a take off boots and shoes before entering sign to keep them from getting tracked into the house.

Troubled by "pills" on your favorite sweater or sweatshirt? Use an otherwise dull razor to shave them off without damaging the fabric.

WALK WHILE FLYING

Lots of snowbirds will be flying or driving south in the next few months, and then home again. Just a reminder: On trips that last more than four hours, be sure to get up and walk around every two to three hours. (If you're driving, better stop the car and get out first.) Experts also say we should do some in-seat exercises such as extending legs and flexing feet or pulling knees to the chest every hour or so. Sitting too long, especially while flying, can close circulation and put you at risk for swollen feet, and possibly even cause blood clots. Exercising the legs prevents this.

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN

In this day and age, most kids won't be taught to cook in school, so if they are to learn, you'll probably need to teach them. Most kids actually love it.

Starting very young, they can learn to set the table, get out utensils and such, and watch while you work and explain what you're doing and why. Keep the utensils on shelves or in drawers low enough for them to reach on their own, and keep handles of pans and kettles filled with hot things out of their reach until they're old enough to avoid the hazards.

All but the youngest kids can probably help empty the dishwasher and measure ingredients. It even helps them with their math. Just watch while they do the measuring to be sure they don't add a quarter cup of something that requires a quarter teaspoon.

Once they're old enough to get into actual preparation, designate a special helper for each day, or a special day for a solo child to help.

Teach them to wash hands carefully before they start and wash fresh veggies if they're using them.

Let the child select the menu ahead of time and help out with the grocery list, coupon clipping and shopping. Let them help wash, peel and chop the vegetables. If you supervise and advise from the beginning a responsible 10-year-old or 12-year-old can almost certainly prepare a meal they'll be very proud to serve and everyone else will be pleased to eat.

Long ago we taught our 8-year-old to bake bread from scratch so he could vent his anger by pounding and pummeling the dough whenever he felt frustrated instead of slamming other things around. He eventually got to love it so much that he often would bake bread even when he wasn't angry, but then he didn't knead it quite as much, or pound it as hard.

Cleaning up is part of the whole project, so teach them to wash dishes, put ingredients, pans and utensils back where they got them, and keep counter tops and stove wiped down. When they're grown and gone their spouses will love them (and you) for knowing how to help keep the family fed without destroying the kitchen.

GOOGLE JOKE

Didn't know the phone assistants can even tell jokes and ask riddles, but it appears they can.

Google Assistant asks: "What do you call a can opener that doesn't work?"

See answer right after Thought for the Day.

COOKIN' TIME

When winter winds blow is the best time to enjoy slow simmered soups, oven-baked meals and hearty casseroles. It's also good to warm the house while doing some make-ahead dishes to have on hand for meals on the run. Some of us are lucky enough not to be faced with dieting, and we can keep enjoying sweet treats in front of the TV or fireplace on cold winter evenings. That's especially possible if we do some hearty exercise first, like ice skating, cross country skiing, or even hauling in firewood.

AMAZING MUFFIN CUPS

This recipe comes from the folks at Johnsonville. These breakfast treats can be made ahead and frozen for grab and go breakfasts. Just heat in the microwave whenever you need one or two. Kids may even gobble them up as after school snacks. Recipe as is makes a dozen regular muffin-size muffin cups, or double the recipe and use jumbo non-stick muffin tins.

3 cups frozen has browns, thawed

3 tablespoons melted butter

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/8 teaspoon pepper

1 package (12 ounces) breakfast sausage

FILLING:

6 eggs

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/8 teaspoon pepper

2 cups (8 ounces) shredded Mexican blend cheese

1/4 to 1/2 cup chopped red or green bell pepper

Chopped fresh chives or green onions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a 9" cast iron frying pan or other heavy oven-proof pan press the sausage into a flat cake about half an inch thick. Around it put the chopped green pepper. (I used cured-bacon flavor sausage and it was delicious. You can also cook links according to package directions.) Put the sausage pan into the oven. In a bowl combine the hash browns, butter, salt and pepper. Press this mixture into the bottom and up the sides of 12 well buttered non-stick muffin cups. Bake at 400 degrees for 12 minutes or until lightly browned. While the crust and sausage cook, use the bowl you used for the potato mixture to beat the eggs with the salt and and pepper and stir in the cheese. When the sausage is done, take it out to cool on a plate. Scoop out the green pepper pieces and put them into the bowl with the egg mixture. When the sausage is cool enough, cut into half-inch pieces. When the browned hash brown crusts come out of the oven divide the sausage pieces among them. Spoon the egg mixture evenly over the sausage pieces and sprinkle the chopped chives or green onions on top. Bake at 400 degrees for 13 to 15 minutes or until set. If you're making the jumbo muffin cup version, this second baking will need to be for 22 to 24 minutes. Eat right away or refrigerate or freeze for eating later. Whenever you want one, just microwave until it's as hot as you want and munch away. My grandson who likes things hot flavor-wise sprinkles on tabasco or Louisiana Hot Sauce for added zip.

TACO PIE

This savory pie can also be enjoyed as soon as it comes out of the oven or frozen for future use. If you have some whole tomatoes in the freezer they work well in this dish. Or a 14-ounce can of stewed tomatoes can be used instead of fresh tomatoes. Just simmer the meat filling enough to get it thickened before you add the cheese. recipe makes one pie, enough for six servings, but the bigger eaters may need more than one slice to fill the hole in their appetite.

2 cups (8 ounces) shredded Mexican taco cheese

1 pound extra lean ground beef

1/2 cup chopped onion

2 medium tomatoes, peeled and diced

1 teaspoon chili powder

1/2 teaspoon cumin powder

1/2 teaspoon garlic salt

12 teaspoon black pepper

1 1/2 cups corn meal

1/2 cup flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon salt

3/4 cup milk

Brown the ground beef in a large skillet over medium high heat. Add the onions and chili powder and brown a bit more. Then stir in the chopped tomatoes, cumin, garlic salt and black pepper. Cook four or five minutes, then turn off heat and stir in one cup of the cheese. Let this sit while you combine the cornmeal, flour, baking powder and salt and then stir in the milk and add the remaining cup of cheese. Spread half this mixture into a well greased deep 9-inch pie plate and pour the meat filling over it. Top with remaining half of the cornmeal mixture spread evenly over the whole pie. Press down lightly with the back of a spoon. Pop into an oven heated to 400 degrees and bake for 20 minutes or until top is lightly brown. Cut into wedges to serve. Goes great with sour cream, sliced tomatoes and chopped lettuce.

OLD FASHIONED SPICE CAKE

This cake, with caramel fudge frosting, was my very favorite treat as a kid growing up.

2 cups sifted cake flour

2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon each salt, cloves, nutmeg and mace (I leave out the cloves and use more cinnamon)

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon allspice

1/4 cup butter

3/4 cup brown sugar

1 egg

3/4 cup milk

If you don't have cake flour, measure out the two cups flour and then put 2 tablespoons of it back into the container it came from. Sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and spices. Beat butter and sugar together until fluffy and then add the egg and beat well until it's fluffy again. Beat in flour mixture and milk alternately - flour, milk, flour, milk, flour. Pour into two 8" buttered layer cake pans or one buttered 9X12" pan and bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes, or until it tests done. For a thicker cake, put into a 9" square pan and bake about 50 minutes. While the cake is still warm, but not hot, spread on the Caramel Fudge Frosting.

CARAMEL FUDGE FROSTING

2 cups brown sugar

1 cup white sugar

1 cup sour cream or buttermilk

1 tablespoon butter

1 teaspoon vanilla

Combine sugars and sour cream. Cook, stirring constantly, to 238 degrees, or until a few drops in a partial cup of cold water form into a soft ball. Stir in butter and vanilla and cool to lukewarm without stirring. Then, using electric beaters, beat until thick enough to spread. If the frosting gets too thick to spread beat in a few drops of hot water. Makes enough to frost a 2-layer cake or one 9X12 cake pan.

The Country Cousin



Thought for the week: We need to keep looking on the bright side if we want to be healthy and wealthy and hopefully wise. As Helen Keller once said, "No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars or sailed an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit." The only way to be successful is to think positive thoughts and act on them.



Riddle Answer: A can't opener!



(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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