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Issue Date: September 5, 2019

Shirley Prudhomme

Hurricane Dorian still threatens"

The calendar says Fall will not arrive in TIMESland and elsewhere on the North American continent until Monday, Sept. 23, but don't believe that. It's already here, no matter what the calendar says. Nights have been downright cold, and days mainly pleasant with the beautiful crispness that only Autumn can bring. We were blessed once again with marvelous weather for Labor Day weekend.

Leaves are turning more rapidly than some of us would like, and no doubt about it, winter is coming on.

Wonder if the freaky weather on Monday night and into Tuesday afternoon had anything to do with Hurricane Dorian that currently is threatening the southeast Atlantic coastal states?

Woke up about 3 a.m. Tuesday to the sound of booming thunder and battering winds. Then it abated. Went back to bed. A few hours later winds were howling again, rain was pelting and lightning was crackling. Then it was morning and the sun came out.

In Peshtigo and elsewhere in TIMESland the storms kept alternating with calm weather, moderate temperatures and sunshine. At about 8 a.m. a storm put the power out briefly, which caused havoc with computers at the start of the work day. Then it was sunny. Then it was storming. By late afternoon the series of storms were gone. Hopefully they won't be back any time soon.

HURRICANE DORIAN

Hearts go out to those hit by Hurricane Dorian, and to those in threatened coastal areas who are forced to evacuate, forced to leave their home with the knowledge that it may not be there when they get back.

A news commentator likened life in the path of the hurricane to being threatened by a monstrous turtle - it moves on slowly but there is no way to stop it, and no way to know exactly which path it will take.

FUN EVENTS

Here in TIMESland we aren't likely to feel any direct impact from the East Coast storm, and the beautiful Fall weather goes on. Rain isn't predicted again until Thursday, Sept. 5. We're promised highs in the high 60s, and lows in the 40 to 50 degree range with moderate winds for the next 10 days or so.

Most of the days are supposed to be sunny, which is great for harvesting gardens and for getting fall chores done.

REPUBLICAN CORN ROAST

The annual Marinette County Republican Party Corn Roast is coming up from 2 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7 at the Henry Drees Community Center, 600 Pine Street, Peshtigo. Cost is $15 per person, children $5.

Keynote Speaker will be Congressman Mike Gallagher. Other speakers include Guest Speaker Kevin Nicholson, Rep. Jeff Mursau, Rep. John Nygren, State Sen. Tom Tiffany, and Mike Perry, Candidate for Marinette County, Circuit Court Judge. Other notable dignitaries are expected to be on hand. Anyone interested in attending should contact Marinette county Party Chair Betty Hensel at 715-324-6361 or e-mail to bettyahensel@hotmail.com

OTHER PLAY DAYS

Oktober Fest will be celebrated in Crivitz on Saturday, Sept. 14, from 11a.m. to 11 p.m., and preparations are underway for Peshtigo Historical Day on Saturday, Sept. 28. That same weekend will be Fall Color Weekend at Gov. Thompson State park, and the annual Crivitz Harvest Fest.

NEW FLAG

One anniversary date no one seems to celebrate is September 3, 1777 - the first day the official United States of America flag was flown in battle. This occurred during a Revolutionary War skirmish at Cooch's Bridge, Delaware. Gen. William Maxwell, commanding a Patriot force of infantry and cavalry, ordered the newly designed flag raised in a clash with an advance guard of British and Hessian troops. His Rebel troops were forced to retreat to join Gen. George Washington's forces, but their brand new flag came with them. The design had been adopted as the official flag of the new United States of America on June 14, 1777, and the anniversary of that is now celebrated as Flag Day each year.

ON THE SOAP BOX

SHADES OF STALIN

School is back in session for another year, and once again there are a zillion reasons to worry about what our kids are being taught.

For example, wonder if any of the history books - from elementary school through college - contain information about Josef Stalin and the horrors he and his Communist (Socialist) Party brought to Russia?

For those too young to know about the Cold War years, Josef Stalin was once a hip intellectual college student. He was an atheist and Socialist who led protests against the rich and powerful. He rose to power by promising equality, then after becoming the head of Soviet Russia, he took over private industry, which led to mass poverty and famine across his land. Eventually he killed 20 million of his own people and imprisoned many, many more.

Anyone interested in history - or in predicting the future - should read some of Stalin's early speeches and compare them with things that are being said today by those who want to take over this country.

Too many of his sentiments are being echoed today by the leftists who have rapidly risen to power and formed the new Democrat Socialist Party that now holds a majority of seats in the United States House of Representatives.

Terrifying!!!

Check the history/social studies text books at your child's school and see if you find any mention of Stalin and his blood thirsty ways. Bet you find nothing. That part of history is being re-written - or erased - by today's left wing intellectual elitists, and our children are being denied knowledge of things they need to know for their own protection.

We're spending untold millions on school security systems to protect their bodies, but we're doing nothing to protect their right to learn things they need to know to protect their futures.

HARD WORKING

Charlie Kirk, founder and executive director of Turning Point USA, wonders if our Federal legislators celebrated Labor Day properly. He suggests we should all try to imagine what it would be like if we showed up to work 145 days out of the year, accomplished nothing while there, wasted millions of dollars each year, and always ignored our bosses. Says if we followed those rules, we'd be fired immediately, but when members of Congress do it, they're re-elected for decades.

Incidentally, Turning Point USA is described on the web as: "A national student movement dedicated to identifying, organizing, and empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets, and limited government."

At 24 years old, Kirk has appeared on Fox News, CNBC, and FOX Business News over 600 times and has a lot of interesting things to say. He is also a best-selling author, was featured on Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2018, was the youngest speaker at the 2016 Republican National Convention, and is a proud Eagle Scout.

STILL ON THE SOAP BOX

GENDER NEUTRAL BATHROOMS

Kirk sort of keeps an eye on things that should worry us, and he reported this week that a major school district in Virginia is now mandating that:

*All locker rooms & bathrooms from K-12 be gender neutral

*All athletic uniforms be gender neutral

*Students be allowed to join sports teams that "align with their gender identity".

So, whether I like it or not, if I were a student today I'd be required to use the same restrooms and locker rooms as boys. And vice versa.

Wonder if gym teachers will still be requiring students to come out of their showers naked - without even a towel wrapped around them - even with students of the opposite gender in the room? Being embarrassed in front of other girls was bad enough!

Had a nephew who dropped out of high school years ago because his gym teacher enforced that no towel rule and you couldn't graduate without earning a passing grade in gym class.

Feel really sorry for the kids of today. If boys are allowed in bathrooms and locker rooms, where will girls go to talk about their "periods," which boys they like, how fat they are, what makeup is best, how to treat acne, and other private girlie things?

Never have been in a boys' bathroom, but suspect boys talk about pretty much the same sort of things when there are no girls present, except that they're male-type issues addressed from the masculine viewpoint.

With the ridiculous gender neutral thing being pushed more and more by public school "educators" it becomes even more vitally important for us to keep the School Choice program going here in Wisconsin, and make sure education in a private or parochial school (or at home) remains a viable option for as many families as possible.

SEASON PASS

Gender neutral rules apparently are not in effect everywhere, at least not yet. Heard about a college where the dean was lecturing students on rules at the start of the school year. He stressed: "The female dorm is off-limits for male students, and the male dorm is off-limits for female students. Anyone who breaks this rule will be fined $30. Anyone caught a second time will be fined $60. A third offense will bring a $180 fine."

When the dean called for questions, a young man asked, "How much for a season pass?"

FUNGUS AMONG US

Have you ever truly stopped to appreciate mushrooms - the little fungi tossed into your salad or sizzling on your shish ke bobs?

You should " by eating more of them! Have always loved mushrooms, but what I've read recently about them convinces me that if we folks who are getting on in years indulge our fondness for all varieties of these fungi we may be able to throw out most of our other supplements and maybe get rid of some prescription meds as well.

Mitzi Dulan, RD, author of The Pinterest Diet, says while white foods are often thought to be nutrient-poor, mushrooms are an exception. She said they contain many minerals, like selenium, potassium, copper, iron and phosphorus, that are not often found in plant-derived foods. And incidentally, not all mushrooms are white. Some are black, some brown, some even orange or yellow. But be sure what you're eating is really a mushroom and not some other fungi,, in which case it could be far from beneficial.

The mushrooms my grandma used to pick and can by the quart where black when cooked, but she said she could be sure there were no bad mushrooms among them by adding onion when they were cooking, and there was always at least one chunk of white onion in each jar. If the onion stayed white even though the mushrooms turned black, the mushrooms were the right kind for eating. She used to give each offspring family a quart of her luscious mushrooms as a much-appreciated Christmas present - and she and Grandpa had 12 kids!

Anyway, grandma's gifts were not only delicious, they had lots of health benefits.

A 2017 Penn State study says mushrooms may help keep you younger looking. They contain a super-high concentration of two antioxidants, ergothioneine and glutathione, according to the researchers. When these antioxidants are present together, they work extra-hard to protect the body from the physiological stress that causes visible signs of aging, including wrinkles, the researchers said.

The same two mushroom ingredients apparently can also keep you younger-thinking and protect your brain as you age, according to the study.

Researchers at the National University of Singapore found in a 2019 study that eating two 3/4 cup servings of cooked mushrooms per week may reduce your odds of mild cognitive decline.

Ergothioneine and glutathione are believed to help prevent Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, the Penn State researchers say. They recommend eating at least five button mushrooms per day to reduce your risk of neurological illness in the future. To best preserve their nutritional benefits, cook the mushrooms either by microwaving or grilling.

Mushrooms can also help protect your heart health by increasing flavor without added salt. Mushrooms contain glutamate ribonucleotides, which contribute a savory "umami" taste with no ramifications for your blood pressure or heart disease risk. An entire cup of mushrooms has only 5 mg of sodium! They also make an excellent, satisfying substitute for red meat in any dish, minimizing calories, fat, and cholesterol content.

If you buy a type labeled "UVB," which means they have been exposed to sunlight during their growth period, as opposed to those grown entirely in the dark, mushrooms can assist in strengthening your bones. Mushrooms grown with some sunlight convert a compound called ergosterol directly into vitamin D. By eating just 3 ounces of these UVB-exposed mushrooms, you've met your daily vitamin D requirement and thus assisted your bone health.

Mushrooms will also help give you energy. They are rich in B vitamins: riboflavin [B2], folate [B9], thiamine [B1], pantothenic acid [B5], and niacin [B3]. These help the body utilize energy from food and produce red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body.

And add to all that, mushrooms just plain taste good and one or more varieties are available at fairly reasonable prices all year round, whether fresh, frozen, canned or dried.

Steak and mushrooms, anybody???

TOMATO BLIGHT

A caution to anyone buying tomatoes in volume. A blight seems to have affected tomatoes in the area, at least the big beautiful ones I generally prefer. Bought just a few at three separate roadside stands in recent days. They looked big, beautiful, bright red and delicious. But in each case, one or more of those tomatoes turned out to be not so good on the inside.

At least half the tomato had semi-woody, core like material spread through it instead of juicy tomato. That part had to be cut away, but the rest of the tomato was good. Would have been extremely frustrating if they had been purchased for canning or making large batches of salsa or sauce.

So, if I find time to do some canning while fresh local tomatoes are still available, I will buy one or two and check the inside before I buy a bushel.

COOKIN' TIME

Great things can be done with fresh vegetables. The season is short, so we have to enjoy them while we can, and hopefully can some so we can enjoy them later too.

MUSHROOM GREEN BEANS

1/2 pound thin sliced bacon

1/8 teaspoon pepper

1 (8 ounce) package sliced mushrooms, any variety

1/4 cup minced onion

1/2 teaspoon minced garlic

1 pound fresh green beans

Lemon-pepper seasoning to taste

Cut the bacon into pieces. Just before cooking time wash the beans and snip them. If they are tiny leave them whole. If larger, cut them somewhat on the diagonal into approximately 1-inch pieces. In a somewhat large skillet over medium heat fry the bacon until it gets crisp. Add the onions and cook until they start to brown. Add the mushrooms and garlic and cook until the mushrooms are slightly tender, about 10 minutes. Stir the green beans into the mushroom mixture. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the beans are softened and cooked to your taste and the mushrooms are done, maybe 10 to 15 minutes.

APPLE CHEESECAKE

Crust:

1 cup graham cracker crumbs

3 tablespoons sugar

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 cup melted butter

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix and press into the bottom of a lightly greased pie pan or spring form pan. Bake for 10 minutes. Cool while making the filling and topping.

Filling:

3 packages cream cheese (8 ounces each)

3/4 cup sugar

3 eggs

3/4 cup vanilla

Beat cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Add eggs and vanilla and beat on low just until combined. Pour over the crust.

Topping:

2 1/2 cups chopped peeled apples

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1/4 cup sugar

1/2 cup cinnamon

Mix together and spoon over the cream cheese filling. Bake for about an hour in 350 degree oven

Final toppings

6 tablespoons caramel topping, divided

Whipped cream, sweetened

2 tablespoons chopped pecans

While still hot, drizzle on 3 tablespoons caramel topping. Chill several hours or overnight. Just before serving garnish with whipped cream, drizzle with remaining caramel topping and sprinkle with pecans. Refrigerate any leftovers.

Thought for the week: Just a reminder: Even in heaven, there's a wall, a gate, and rules to get in.

(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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