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Country Cousin

Issue Date: July 3, 2019

Happy Birthday, America!

We've been treated so some genuine summer weather during the past week, contrary to some of the long-term weather forecasts. There has been some rain, but usually not enough to spoil anything.

Even on Sunday the rain held off until the June Dairy Breakfast On The Farm was over at noon. And the clouds brought a drop in temperature that made the day more enjoyable than it would have been during Saturday's heat.

Now let's hope the weather is cooperative this week so no rain falls on anybody's parade or douses anyone's fireworks.

There are so many events scheduled for the long Independence Day weekend that starts on Thursday, July 4 and ends on Sunday, July 7 that nobody could get to all of them. Check the ads and community bulletin boards to help decide where you will go and when. The beauty part is that some communities have parades and fireworks scheduled for July 4 itself, and others have scheduled theirs for Saturday, July 6, so most of us will get to celebrate Independence Day not once, but twice this year.

Hope you have such a wonderful Fourth of July weekend that the fireworks in the skies match the sparkle in your eyes!

WOODLAND VISITORS

Have been driving the backroads of Marinette County for many decades, but was treated last week to a sight I have not seen before, and it was practically in my own front yard. Right in the middle of our dead end driveway stood a mama deer and her triplet fawns. She and her three babies stopped frolicking when they saw the car and watched a bit before they went into the woods, mama and two fawns on one side, the third on the other. Sure hope they got back together.

Those little ones were the tiniest I've ever seen. Except that their legs were longer, they were no bigger than our cat, who is not real big as cats go.

So precious!

And other family members got to see a mama bear and two cubs one day. The next day mama came out with one cub Not far behind came a huge papa bear, and he did not look friendly. It's sad but true that bear "families" are not like they tell us in the story books, and papa bears are known to have made meals out of their offspring. Sure hope he wasn't the reason they saw only one cub that day.

ON THE SOAP BOX

DELUGE AVOIDED

With all the rain we had this spring, had begun telling friends and family that we probably ought to follow Noah's lead and start building an Ark. Then came across an old news article relating a report being made at a Marinette County Board meeting by Don Clewley, long-time head of Marinette County Association for Business and Industry (MCABI) and of the Marinette County Tourism Alliance, when it was part of that organization.

Clewley had spoken of the close relationship between MCABI and the Tourism Alliance, but said a strategic plan objective was to separate tourism and from MCABI by forming a separate group modeled after MCABI to work with tourism and tourism related businesses as an independent non-profit organization.

Clewley ended his report with a joke involving Noah's attempts to follow God's instructions and get his Ark built. Said Noah ran into zoning and building permit problems, along with environmentalists who didn't want any trees cut, endangered species problems, and union labor woes so bad he had to give up his plans to build the Ark. God then decided that government alone could destroy the world, so He called off the deluge.

The report said Clewley hastened to add that he was not opposed to some government regulations, but explained that part of his job did involve helping businesses cope with those regulations and cut through the red tape.

That report was a decade and a half ago and regulations that get in the way of business prosperity are still a problem, but they've been getting a little better under the leadership of President Donald Trump and we have a thriving economy and nearly full employment to show for it.

While he was helping forge the United States of America as a brand new type of government on the world stage, founding father Thomas Jefferson had this to say: "I think myself that we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious. Government big enough to supply everything you need is big enough to take everything you have ... The course of history shows that as a government grows, liberty decreases. The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.

Amen, Mr. Jefferson. Now let us hope that the voters of this nation have not become foolish enough to allow today's politicians to unlock those chains and turn Big Government loose on a population that has rendered itself helpless!

CLEAN WHITE SHOES

If you want to dress in red, white and blue for the Fourth of July, but find that your white sandals or sneakers are no longer as white as they ought to be, get out the good old WD-40. Just spray it on, let it sit a minute or two, and wipe it off. Dirt and grime, including grass stains, will wipe right off.

STUCK ZIPPERS

If zippers on summer garments, purses and luggage have gotten a bit balky after a season of non-use, loosen them up by spraying on some WD-40 and then working the zipper up and down until it moves easily.

GROWIN' THINGS

Sadly in the past decade or so have watched my beautiful orchard go into decline, along with the wonderful rows of asparagus that used to flourish in the adjoining garden. Also tried and failed repeatedly to plant rhubarb at the edge of the garden, and finally gave up on it.

Now I think I know why. We also have some beautiful black walnut trees that have grown larger and become more and more prolific, scattering their offspring around the property with the help of the many squirrels that forage their winter food supply there.

Recently started reading more and more about Black Walnut toxicity, and learned that Black Walnut toxins are often fatal to asparagus, cabbage, eggplant, pepper, potato, rhubarb and tomatoes; apple, cherry and pear trees; lilac, blackberry and blueberry bushes; tobacco, alfalfa and crimson clover, and numerous kinds of trees and flowers.

Plants that tolerate them include lima beans; snap bean, beets, carrots, corn, melons, onions, parsnips, squash, black raspberries, cherries, crabapple, wild roses, elms, forsythia, hickory, clematis, Jerusalem artichokes, chrysanthemum, begonias, oaks, day lilies, marigolds, zinnias and more.

Black Walnut leaves can be composted if you put them in a separate compost pile and leave them there for at least several weeks to let the poisons break down. Even then, avoid spreading the resulting compost on sensitive plants.

The roots of black walnut trees retain toxicity for a long time, even after you cut the tree down, so those who enjoy the shade and the walnuts will just have to plant sensitive things far from them into the foreseeable future.

EAT THE WEEDS

Everyone keeps trying to kill off dandelions, and we should be eating them instead. Some of us love dandelion greens, and those who do are having a field day this year. Literally! The ones to pick are in fields (and yards and gardens) far enough from roads to not be contaminated. Dandelion leaves this year are particularly large and luscious. If you haven't tried them lightly cooked with bacon and a little onion, you should. They're delicious and also extremely nutritious.

Pick the more rounded leaves, rather than the ones with jagged dragon tooth edges, and if they have a milky residue at the base they're probably too old. You can cut up some of the flowers - the fringy petal part only - as garnish if you want to. Follow any spinach recipe to cook dandelion greens. They're both really great with hot bacon/vinegar dressing and diced raw onion.

If Dandelions didn't pop up everywhere we don't want them people would be planting them on purpose to harvest. Problem is they're free for the picking, and things that come free are almost never appreciated enough.

COOKIN' TIME

Strawberries are ready, just in time for the Fourth of July! Time for shortcake and our new family Fourth of July dessert tradition, Red, White and Blueberry Triffle (see recipe below). Blueberries aren't ripe yet around here, but they can be bought. Rhubarb is still giving us goodies to work with, herbs are producing wonderful flavors with the help of all the rain we've had since it quit snowing, and green onions, leaf lettuce and spinach are ready for salads and sandwiches.

WILTED GREEN SALAD

This is a new, dressed up version, not my mom's old recipe. Make the salad with just baby spinach, or use a combination of spinach and leaf lettuce, perhaps with some tender young dandelion greens tossed in. Mushrooms are optional. In fact the whole recipe is pretty versatile. Just add what you like. Some recipes add cooked shrimp, diced chicken, apples, strawberries, or Mandarin oranges to this old favorite recipe. Some add blue cheese or Feta cheese and walnuts. If the bacon you use is very lean you may need to add more. You should have about a quarter cup of bacon fat. My mom and both grandmas always saved the fat from frying bacon and used it to make things like this taste wonderful, and also to make milk gravy and add delicious flavor to fried eggs, American fries, cooked greens, baked beans and green beans, canned or fresh.

For the salad:

10 ounces salad greens (about four cups)

8 ounces bacon, diced

2 ounces mushrooms, sliced very thinly (about 4 large)

1/2 cup diced sweet onion or sliced green onions

4 large hard boiled eggs, sliced or chopped

1/2 cup Blue Cheese or Feta Cheese, diced (optional)

1/2 cup chopped walnuts (optional)

For the dressing:

1/4 cup bacon fat

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar (or cider vinegar)

1 tablespoon brown sugar

1 tablespoon whole grain or dijon mustard

1/2 teaspoon dried tarragon

Salt and pepper to taste

Dice bacon and place in cold frying pan over medium heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, until crispy. Remove the bacon and add the mushroom slices. Cook for a few seconds, then add the red wine vinegar, whole grain mustard, brown sugar, dried tarragon, and salt and pepper to the pan, and stir up all the browned bits from the bottom. Adjust seasonings. Let it cool just slightly. Add the bacon, onions and mushrooms and then toss with the dressing. Add the hard boiled egg pieces when you serve it.

CREAMY RHUBARB POPSICLES

Couldn't resist passing along a few more rhubarb recipes. There aren't many in most cookbooks or even on the web, so we need to share whatever new ones come our way. These Creamy Rhubarb Popsicles are a healthy frozen dessert that helps you beat the heat.  If you don't have popsicle molds make them in the smallest paper cups you can get and when they get slushy insert wooden popsicle sticks. Make them with fresh rhubarb or rhubarb slices that have already been frozen. They're full of fiber and good fats, and are dairy free, which is a bonus for those with milk allergies. Coconut cream also compliments tartness of the rhubarb, cuts the acidity and improves the ice pop texture. Buy it in the canned foods section of the supermarket. If you like, substitute up to half of the rhubarb with strawberries, blueberries, or any other fruit you have in abundance. Takes about 15 minutes to make a batch and get it into the freezer, including time to wash and cut up the rhubarb. 

3 1/2 cups of rhubarb, chopped

1/3 cup sugar

1/3 cup water

1 cup of coconut cream

1 tablespoon vanilla

Wash rhubarb stalks.  Remove the leaf and root ends and discard.  Cut rhubarb into inch slices.  Put into medium saucepan with sugar and water. Stir and bring to a boil. Simmer over medium heat until the saucepan reaches boiling.  Turn down the heat to medium and simmer until the rhubarb softens and rhubarb breaks apart.  Remove from heat and cool to luke warm. Once the rhubarb mixture is cool put 2 cups into a blender jar or food processor.  Add coconut cream and vanilla.  Blend for 20 seconds or until everything is a uniform texture and color. Pour into popsicle molds.  Insert a stick and complete the mold.  Freeze for 6 to 8 hours or overnight. To remove popsicles from the mold, dip in warm water for a few seconds, or roll individual molds between your hands.  Slip the popsicle from the mold.  Serve with wet cloths or wipes handy.

RHUBARB BUTTER

Put away some springtime flavor to savor when winter winds blow! Use as ice cream topping, or spread on toast, pancakes or even waffles.

7 1/ cups rhubarb, chopped (about 1 1/2 pounds)

2 3/4 cups brown sugar

2 cups water

1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon ginger, heaping

3 teaspoons vanilla

Dash salt (optional)

Stir all ingredients into a somewhat large saucepan and bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat to low and simmer 45 minutes, stirring occasionally. Store in the fridge or freeze. To can the fruits of your labors, fill pint or half-pint jars, leaving 1/4 inch of headspace. Screw canning lids on securely and process in a water bath for 10 minutes. Have water at least an inch over the tops of the jars.

RED, WHITE AND BLUEBERRY CHEESECAKE

TRIFFLE

Ran this recipe a few years ago, but it's time to do it again. This should be made a day ahead, so it's perfect for parties, picnics, and even Fourth of July parades! This recipe makes a huge Triffle, enough for 24 servings. Great for pot luck. Make it in your prettiest big glass bowl, and wait for the compliments, or make in throw-away plastic glasses or no breakage and minimal cleanup. Takes a few bowls to mix, but there's no baking involved, and it assembles in minutes. Blueberries weren't in the original recipe, but they make it a fantastic Fourth of July dessert.

2 (8-oz) packages cream cheese

2 cups powdered sugar

1 cup sour cream

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1/4 teaspoon almond extract

1/2 pint whipping cream (or use frozen whipped topping)

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 tablespoon sugar

1 1/2 pound pre-baked angel food cake

2 quarts fresh strawberries, thinly sliced

1 quart fresh blueberries (optional)

3 large bananas, sliced

1/2 cup sugar

1 teaspoon almond extract

First, slice the strawberries and bananas into a medium bowl and stir in the blueberries and the half cup of sugar, more if the berries are not sweet. Set aside. Into a large mixing bowl, tear the angel food cake into bite size pieces. In another bowl, beat together the cream cheese and powdered sugar. Add the sour cream, vanilla and almond extract and beat again. Set aside. Whip the cream with the next batch of vanilla and sugar and fold into the cream cheese mixture. Add this to the cake pieces and mix as well as you can. In a large glass bowl, preferably one that's a bit tall, alternately layer the fruit and cake mixtures, starting with the fruit. The triffle is also very pretty made up in clear glasses as individual servings. Follow the same basic assembly instructions, but divide ingredients equally among the number of cups or glasses that you will be making up. Old Fashioned glasses are about the right size. Large footed glasses are impressive. Or to avoid dishwashing and breakage, assemble individual servings in clear plastic throw away cups. Once assembled, keep cold until serving time. Refrigerate at least a few hours, or better yet, overnight.

The Country Cousin

Thought for the week: Thank You Lord, for giving us this beautiful land, with freedom to profit from our own hard work, and freedom worship you as we choose. Thank You for giving us wise men at the time they were needed to form America into the great nation that we have become, a nation that thrives on freedom, reverence and responsibility. Please, Lord, give us the wisdom not to throw away the gifts You have given us, and to continue to cherish the values that our forefathers fought and died for. Amen.

(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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