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Issue Date: September 9, 2020

Welcome to Autumn glory!

The last big holiday weekend of summer is over, and we were once again blessed with wonderful holiday weather. But that's over now - both the holiday and the weather. Autumn is definitely letting us know it's here. Chilly rainy days make us not feel so bad about being back to work, even if it's being back to work in our own kitchens, putting up the season's bounty for the dreary days of winter that are to come.

Meanwhile though, we're promised some warm and sunny days again soon, which means we'll be able to enjoy the colors of the season that will be getting more brilliant every day from now until all the wonderful Fall leaves fall.

This is the perfect time of year to take a ride to Marinette County's Thunder Mountain overlook area. Pick a clear day, and you can view the wonders of Autumn all the way to the waters of Green Bay sparkling in the distance!

LOOSE MUSCLES

Friend Maggie shared some Internet Info bits recently. One is that your tongue is the only muscle in your body that is attached at only one end. Guess that excuses those who have loose tongues!

Also, the tooth is the only part of the human body that cannot heal itself. Sure do wish that wasn't the case, because maybe then I'd have some of my own still growing where they belong.

And, on the serious side, maybe we should use caution when we decide whether or not to be among the first to get the vaccine against Covid-19 once it gets on the market. According to Maggie's sources, the Swine Flu vaccine in 1976 caused more death and illness than the disease it was intended to prevent.

Speaking of flu and viruses, according to the CDC, the 1968/69 influenza pandemic known as the "Hong Kong flu" was a category 2 flu pandemic whose outbreak killed an estimated one million people worldwide and was one of the famous influenza pandemics in history. There were problems with the vaccine for that one also. One of my co-workers in Appleton almost became one of the vaccine casualties in that go-round. She didn't get the flu, but she did get the vaccine. The illness she endured because of that vaccine was long, painful and life threatening!

According to Google and the New York Times/Wikipedia website, Covid-19 to date has caused 896,000 deaths world wide, with a total of 27.9 million cases. So far, there are 18.4 million reported recoveries, which by my math would leave about 9.5 million people who are either still ill with it or have not reported that they are well.

FLUFFING DOWN

No matter how fine the weather is now, winter will surely come, and we'll be needing our down vests, jackets and comforters sooner than we'd like.

Take advantage of sunny days now to air winter garments so they'll be fresh when needed.

After washing down garments and bedding, including pillows, place them in the dryer with a clean tennis shoe or two and a sheet of fabric softener. Reduces static cling and fluffs the feathers beautifully. Then hang on line on a sunny day to give them that wonderful ozone scent.

If some of your winter woolens were put away unlaundered they may have a stale perspiration scent. Hang them out in the sunshine will help take away. Don't ever have that problem myself. Am violently allergic to all things wool - not just itchy skin, but runny eyes, severe congestion, and eventually even a fever if the exposure lasts too long.

PREVENT MOLD

If you're among the select group of savvy housewives who are busy canning goodies against what promises to be a costly winter, take one more step to protect the fruits of your labors - no pun intended. Mix a half and half solution of vinegar and water and use it to wipe down the jars after removing the rings. This prevents mold, particularly if the jars are to be stored in a damp basement.

Wipe down pumpkins, squash and gourds with this solution too, then let them dry before putting in storage. Same reason.

ON THE SOAP BOX - GUN CONTROL

Democrat Party Presidential Candidate Joe Biden and company have promised that if they get into power come January, they will be coming to take away our guns.

Have been reading anti-gun rhetoric that claims the second amendment doesn't protect rights to automatic weapons, nor does it protect our right to buy ammunition. They point out that you don't need 30 rounds of ammo to hunt with. That's true, but would like to point out to them that our nation's Founding Fathers didn't write the Second Amendment because the deer were coming.

Also would like to point out that by law, Chicago is gun free, and that would probably be true if everyone obeyed the law.

We all know they don't. Already this year, there have been 1,550 people shot in gun-free Chicago.

By contrast, a law was passed four years ago in Maine allowing anyone to carry a concealed firearm. No permit required. Maine is now the safest state in the Union, at least in terms of gunshot deaths.

Do tell me again about how well gun control works!

Switzerland has the lowest crime rates in Europe. Is that because the Swiss are a naturally law abiding people, or is it possibly because over one quarter of households there own at least one gun?

In years past, we were taught that every household in Switzerland was required to own at least one gun and include at least one person trained to use it. That may or may not have been true, but every male was required to be trained for the militia, and each was issued a gun to be kept at their home, at least while they were members of the militia.

Also never cease to be amazed at how the liberal element in this country keeps trying to switch morality. Now there are actually sentiments being promoted that anyone who uses force (or threatens to use force, particularly guns) to defend their homes and businesses from would-be thieves and marauders should be ashamed. They say if I shoot an intruder I have proven that I value my "stuff" over the life of the intruder.

Guess maybe that's true.

But on the other hand anyone who breaks into my house or business apparently values my stuff over their own life, so that makes us even.

As for me, I'd rather stand my ground!

COOKIN' TIME

Plentiful harvests are keeping gardeners busy, and roadside stands offer their home-grown wares to those without gardens of their own. Some of us (like me) are lucky enough to have mushroom hunters in the family, and chicken of the woods abound. These are a newly discovered treat for our family, and we love them! Last year, dried some and then used the food processor to break them up into a powder, which made many batches of marvelous soup. You can also slice those wonderful forest offerings and fry them like chicken strips.

CHICKEN OF THE WOODS SOUP

You can use other varieties of mushrooms to make this soup, but Chicken of the Woods are really special in this.

1/2 pound mushrooms

1/2 onion

2 stalks celery

2 cloves garlic

1/2 cup unsalted butter, divided

Several sprigs thyme, or pinch of dried thyme

3 tablespoons flour

3 cups water

1 cup milk

Salt and pepper to taste

Clean mushrooms and let soak in salt water for half an hour or more to be sure any unwanted dwellers move out. Slice and dice the mushrooms and other vegetables. Melt one quarter cup of the butter in a heavy bottomed soup kettle, and sprinkle some pepper in it. Add the prepared mushrooms. Stir around to get butter all over them, and then cook three to five minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the other vegetables and cook for another three to five minutes. Add remaining butter, and then stir in thyme and flour. Stirring constantly, add the water and milk. Keep stirring until it boils and thickens, and then reduce heat and let simmer for 15 minutes.

ZUCCHINI BOATS

These are a change from the stuffed zucchinis with a hamburger/rice mixture, which are also very good. For an easy dinner, scrub some good baking potatoes, poke some holes in the shells with a fork, and pop into the oven. Turn on the oven to 350 degrees to let the potatoes bake while you prepare the zucchini boats. If you only have one color of peppers, don't worry about it. Use all red sweet peppers or all green ones, as long as they're sweet bell peppers and not the hot variety. If you like a little heat, though, finely chop a jalapeño and add it to the mix.

2 medium zucchini (about 8 inches)

3/4pound ground beef

1 small onion, chopped

1/2 cup chopped fresh mushrooms

1/2 cup chopped sweet red pepper

1/2 cup chopped green pepper

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, divided

Salt and pepper to taste

2 tablespoons ketchup

Wash zucchini and trim ends. Cut in half lengthwise and scoop out inside, leaving about a quarter-inch thick shells for the boats. Finely chop the zucchini pulp that you scooped out, as well as the onions mushrooms, red pepper, green pepper and jalapeño pepper if you're using it. and put into the pan along with the ground beef, salt and pepper. Cook and stir until the meat is no longer pink and the vegetables are beginning to sizzle. Stir in the ketchup and half a cup of the cheese. Fill the zucchini shells and put them in a well-greased 9X13" baking dish. Sprinkle the remaining half cup of cheese over the top of the filled zucchini shells and bake at 350 degrees until the zucchini is tender, about 25 to 30 minutes.

APPLE WALDORF SALAD

The recipe calls for Honey Crisp or Gala apples, but use any crisp juicy apple you have available.

2 large apples, unpeeled and diced, about 3 cups

2 cups chopped celery

1/4 cup raisins

1/4 cup walnuts, toasted

1/3 cup mayonnaise (low fat if you must)

1/3 cup yogurt, plain or sweetened

Combine apples, celery, raisins and walnuts. Stir in mayonnaise and yogurt, until everything is evenly coated. Refrigerate, covered, until serving time. If you want it sweeter, use the sweetened yogurt, and if you want it sweeter and creamier, stir in a dollop of whipped topping.

FRESH FROZEN CUCUMBER SALAD

These are great with or without the mustard seed. The pickles can either be frozen right after the 3-hour standing time is up, or refrigerated. It takes a week for the flavor to develop in the fridge, and they keep for weeks even unfrozen. Also, try skipping both the celery seed and mustard seed and add an ample amount of snipped dill weed instead.

7 cups cucumbers, peeled, sliced thin

1 cups chopped green pepper

1 cup chopped onion

1 cup vinegar

2 cup sugar

2 tablespoons salt

1 tablespoon celery seed

1 tablespoon mustard seed, optional

Slice cucumbers, pepper and onion. Mix with other ingredients and let stand for 3 hours. Put into containers and freeze. for the best pickles (these or any other kind), do not use city water, since it contains chlorine. fluoride, and probably other kinds of chemicals. Use bottled drinking water, or get some from a good well. Here in Wisconsin we're blessed with good ground water and most wells provide sweet, pure water. Just avoid the few that do not.

HOMEMADE SALSA

4 cups chopped peeled tomatoes

1 1/2 cups chopped onion

1 1/2 cups bell pepper, chopped

1/4 cup hot peppers, minced

1/4 cup vinegar

2 teaspoons sugar

2 teaspoons pickling salt

2 teaspoons garlic salt

Put all together; simmer until thick. And salt to your taste. The salsa can be eaten at once, or it's good canned or frozen for future use. Love it on scrambled eggs!

CARROT ZUCCHINI MUFFINS

These muffins are packed with good for you stuff. No guilt at all, and they're delicious!

2 cups whole wheat flour

1/3 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed

2 teaspoons baking powder

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg

1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

1/4 teaspoon salt

1 cup milk

1/3 cup orange juice

1/3 cup vegetable oil

2 eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

3/4 cup finely shredded zucchini

3/4 cup finely shredded carrots

Granulated sugar

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease 12 standard muffin cups. (Go ahead and chop the zucchini and carrots in the food processor instead of shredding if you prefer, but do them separately because the carrots should be quite fine but you don't want them or the zucchini to turn into mush.) In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, brown sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger and salt. In a small bowl, whisk together milk, orange juice, oil, eggs, and vanilla. Stir milk mixture into the flour mixture just until flour is moistened. Batter will be lumpy. Set aside 1 tablespoon each shredded zucchini and carrots. Fold remaining zucchini and carrots into the batter. Divide batter among the muffin cups. Sprinkle with reserved zucchini and carrot and a little granulated sugar. Bake at 375 for 25 to 30 minutes, or until centers spring back when lightly touched with finger. Cool in pan on rack for 5 minutes. Best served warm with butter, but excellent treats after they cool too. This is another grab and go sort of breakfast if you wish.

OATMEAL CARAMEL APPLE COOKIES

These are fairly healthy as cookies go, and they travel well.

1 cup butter

1 cup brown sugar

3/4 cup white sugar

2 eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla

2 cups flour

1 tsp salt

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp baking soda

3 cups old fashioned oats

6 oz Kraft caramel baking bits

1 1/2 cups honey crisp apples peeled and chopped

In a bowl combine the flour, salt, baking soda and baking powder. Place the butter and sugars in a stand mixer and beat 2 to 3 minutes. Add vanilla and eggs and mix for 2 to 3 minutes more. Scrape down the sides of the mixing bowl with a spatula. Pour in the flour mixture and beat on slow until combined. Then add the oats and mix just until blended. Mix in the apples and caramel baking bits with a wooden spoon. Place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 350F. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper, or butter it well. Scoop dough onto the baking sheet leaving 1 1/2 inches between dough as the cookies will spread. Bake until golden brown 12-15 minutes. Place on a rack to cool.

Thought for the week: Sometimes, Lord, I feel so overwhelmed. My work is never done. The bills are never paid. When one problem is solved, another pops up. I dilly when I need to dally and vice versa. I speak when I should shut up, and shut up when I ought to speak. Sometimes I feel that if You really put me on Earth to accomplish a certain number of things. I'll probably live forever because I'm so far behind. When those thoughts strike, help me remember that for all who try to serve You, the task ahead is never as great as the Power behind. Need help? You said all we have to do is ask. Please Lord, grant me the wisdom to recognize whatever it is You want me to do, and the strength and perseverance to do it. 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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