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Issue Date: February 10, 2021

Winter Wonderland"

Woke this morning to a bright, sunny day with the thermometer (Outdoors!!!) reading a wonderful 75 degrees, and promise of even better things to come.

No, that wasn't in Wisconsin. Am in Florida basking, and starting what promises to be a wonderful vacation while all you non-snowbirds are reportedly suffering through the coldest week so far this winter.

That said, the vacation is going to be shorter than originally planned. Flight out on Thursday, Feb. 4 was cancelled just a few hours before take-off late in the afternoon due to the nasty snow and ice storm that started right after we got to Appleton and lasted into Friday morning. We were already at a restaurant near the airport when we got the cancellation message. Serious snow was coming down, and the wonderful granddaughter who drove me to Appleton on snow-free roads had to struggle her way home on slushy snow over a base of ice. Not fun for her at all. Even being a passenger was stressful.

There are some bright sides to that storm. Snowmen are no longer nearing extinction, sledding is now possible, snowmobile enthusiasts are enjoying their sport, skiers are probably skiing, and everyone was treated for several days to spectacularly beautiful vistas in a winter wonderland built of crystalized fields and forests.

God's amazing ability to create breath-taking beauty with ice and snow certainly showed us once again how talented He is, and definitely put to shame everything the producers of "Frozen" managed to dream up!

BIG DATES COMING UP

With the recent snowfall, some of the winter events are being re-scheduled, and other events have been planned right along, Covid-19 notwithstanding.

Watch for the ads, and get out and have some fun when you can.

Don't forget to dream up something special for your sweetie on Valentine's Day, Sunday, Feb. 14.

Monday, Feb. 15 is President's Day - which some years ago was created to replace days designed to honor two of our greatest presidents - George Washington's Birthday on Feb. 22 and Abraham Lincoln's Birthday on Feb. 12.

And Easter is not far off. Wednesday, Feb. 17 is Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent, and after that there are only six weeks until Easter.

Heard that some parishes will be distributing ashes by spraying them on. Also heard that some pastors feel the benefits of a real hands-on blessing at the beginning of Lent is important enough to deny that order and will be using ashes in the traditional way to mark the Cross on foreheads of the faithful.

God Bless us, one and all.

With Easter coming up fast, don't forget to start saving egg shells for decorating and for starting plants for the coming of Spring.

SPRING PRIMARY FEB. 16

Wisconsin's Spring non-partisan primary election is coming up on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The only state-wide office with a contest is that of State Superintendent of Public Instruction, where six candidates, none of them the incumbent, are contending for one of the two spots on the April 6 ballot.

Numerous referendum votes will also be on ballots for either Feb. 16 or April 6. Watch the election ads to see if any of them are in your district.

Contests on Feb. 16 include selection of a Republican candidate to fill the Wisconsin 89th District Assembly seat left vacant by the resignation of long-time Assemblyman John Nygren, a Republican. There are three Republicans seeking an April 6 ballot spot, and one Democrat candidate, who will be on the April ballot.

PRAYER TIME

Sometimes kids don't quite hear, or at least don't quite comprehend, everything we say.

The story I am about to tell happened more than a few years ago, but I think Blessed Mother Mary might still be chuckling up there in Heaven.

A young Mother here on Earth was attempting to teach her little tyke to say his evening prayers. After they prayed, "Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep," for several nights she decided he was ready to learn a more adult prayer.

She started, "Our Father, who art in Heaven," and the little boy very solemnly repeated, "Our Father, a wart in Heaven..."

Mom decided they should try something easier, and intoned solemnly, "Hail Mary, full of Grace..." The youngster repeated, just as solemnly, little hands folded, "Hail Mary, full of grapes..."

"No, No," Mother objected, "not grapes, grace!" They went on fine, until the line, "Blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus." Instead of repeating, the youngster stopped, looked up at his Mom, and demanded, "If it's not grapes, Mommy, what kind of fruit is it?"

Mom choked back her urge to laugh, and decided they should settle for "Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep" until he got just a little older.

KID CARE

Wonder how many people think they have colicky babies, when the problem really is those scratchy tags they put in the back of shirts? Or their tender skin might be irritated by sensitivity to the soap or fabric softener used in the laundry. Try remedying both of these possibilities if baby is repeatedly fussy.

A good old remedy that works for softening clothes, removing odors and rinsing out possible irritants is adding white vinegar to your final rinse instead of fabric softener for babies' duds.

Once was in charge of long-term care for a toddler I was certain would grow up to be a nudist. Simply couldn't keep clothes on her. Being the victim of numerous allergies myself, and coming from a family subject to allergies, suspected maybe the clothes were irritating to her skin. Changed to an allergen-free detergent and nixed the fabric softener in favor of the vinegar rinse. She was once again willing to keep clothes on and remain fit for polite company.

A HUG IN TIME

Hugs are wonderful things. Properly administered, a hug often packs more wallop than a hit. My sister used to babysit for about half a dozen pre-schoolers, including her own twins. If a situation threatened to turn into a free-for-all, she would insist on a "big group hug." It would start with a bunch of surly little faces objecting "I don't want to," advance to stiff armed attempts at hugs, and end up with laughter and real hugs. Fighting over...for a while. Sometimes for quite a while.

Once stopped to visit my grandchildren when the oldest - about 14 at the time - was supposed to be babysitting.

He was lying face down on the couch, which obviously left his behind facing up. His face was turned outward enough to see what was happening around him, and whenever one of the little ones came near enough, he would pinch. Ordered him to stop that, but he pinched again. With one hand raised for a strategically placed swat to the butt, I shouted, "You deserve a good..."

Caught a glimpse of that face, and changed my mind mid-swing. Switched the intended word "spanking" to "hugging," and then grabbed him and did just that. He stiffened up, and then brightened up, hugged back, and laughed. And I thanked God for what surely was an inspiration. It's too easy to forget that sometimes big kids - even adults - need hugs too.

FOILED AGAIN

Wrote recently about some unusual uses for aluminum foil. Since then, a reader passed along another one. To make your bananas last longer before they start rotting, wrap the banana stem in aluminum foil. Caller said this delays the rotting process, giving you more time to enjoy your bananas before you're forced to turn them into banana bread.

Incidentally, banana bread is best if made from slightly over-ripe bananas.

ON THE SOAP BOX

PROPAGANDA


The following commentary was initially published 22 years ago, on Feb. 1, 1999. News today proves just how right some of the worries turned out to be, as our nation drifts more and more rapidly over the precipice into Socialism.

Back then, forces were already paving the road away from the system of free enterprise that gave the people of our country the greatest prosperity and the most freedom ever known on this old Earth.

Wrote back then: "For reasons I won't go into, I've been watching a lot of children's television lately. Most of the new cartoon shows really upset me. First, the characters are often unbelievably selfish, and rude to each other and everyone else.

Second, they are full of propaganda. Bosses in general, and manufacturers in particular, are relentlessly presented as "Bad Guys" who take advantage of their workers, pollute the earth and certainly need to be taught a lesson by the highly moral and always right youngsters who eventually seem to put them out of business. Wonder what kind of employees kids raised on this drivel will make, and how they will eat once they have done away with all the evil capitalists and their smokestacks?"

Now that this plot seems to be coming to fruition, am still wondering the same things, and am even more terrified of the outcome. Some of the kids raised on that drivel are now in Congress, and are busily working to destroy everything that made this country great. Once a free America is gone, we - and the rest of the world - will have no place to escape to. There probably will be no need for fences at the United States border, unless they're intended to keep people in, like the Iron Curtain did for people on the Communist side before that wall finally came down.

COOKIN' TIME

The traditional Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras parades and other large celebrations on the eve of Ash Wednesday in New Orleans will not be held this year due to Covid-19. But we can still celebrate at home with some special Mardi Gras foods. Don't forget to stock up on fish if you are among those who abstains from meat on Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent. You can even make the Jambalaya meatless by using more shrimp and then fish instead of the chicken and sausage.

CROCK POT JAMBALAYA

Jambalaya, very traditional for Mardi Gras, was introduced to what is now the New Orleans area of the United States in the mid to late 1700s a very traditional New Orleans dish by the Spanish, but also has French, African and Italian influences that probably were first bought to these shores by pirate ships. Use Andouille sausage if you can find it, or a country-style smoked sausage. even Mettwurst.

2 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, cut into chunks

4 cups low sodium chicken broth

8 ounces Andouille sausage or country-style smoked

sausage, sliced

1 large green Bell pepper, diced

1 cup onion, diced

2 celery stalks, sliced

14.5 ounce can diced tomatoes

2 large bay leaves

2 teaspoons ground or crumbled oregano

1 teaspoon minced garlic

1/2 teaspoon dried thyme, crumbled

1 tablespoon Creole seasoning (buy, or see below)

1 pound peeled raw shrimp

2 cups cooked white long grain rice

Roux:

3 tablespoons butter

3 tablespoons flour

1/2 cup chicken broth (or water)

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1/2 teaspoon salt

Place the first 12 ingredients in a 6-quart crock pot. cook on high for three hours or on low for six hours, or until chicken is cooked through. Cook rice according to package directions. While that cooks, make the roux by melting the butter in a small saucepan and then adding flour, salt and pepper. Whisk or stir constantly until it turns golden brown, then stir in the broth or water until it is smooth. Immediately stir the roux into the crock pot. Add the shrimp to the crock pot mixture and stir again. cook on high 30 more minutes or until the shrimp is bright pink and cooked through.

CAJUN SEASONING BLEND

4 teaspoons garlic powder

4 teaspoons onion powder

2 tablespoon sweet paprika powder

1 teaspoon smoked paprika

1 tablespoon dried thyme

2 teaspoons dried oregano

2 teaspoons dried basil

1 1/2 teaspoons salt

1 teaspoon back pepper

2 teaspoons cayenne pepper (or less if you don't like it hot)

Put everything in a blender and pulse until it turns into a fine powder. Store in an airtight jar in a dark cupboard until ready to use. Best if used within 2 months, but don't worry if it's longer. Probably add some, taste, and then add more, so you don't get it too hot.

CHERRY CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES

Perfect for Valentine's Day or President's Day, even if good old George didn't really chop down that cherry tree.

Cupcakes: 1/2 cup unsalted butter

1 cup sugar

2 large eggs

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1 1/2 cups flour

1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

3/4 cup milk

1 cup mini chocolate chips

10-ounce jar maraschino cherries (drain, save the juice for

frosting)

Frosting:

1 cup butter

4 cups powdered sugar

4 to 5 tablespoons maraschino cherry juice

Garnish:

18 maraschino cherries with stems

Shaved chocolate curls, optional

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Drain the cherries well, saving the juice for the frosting. Cut maraschino cherries into quarters or chop them coarsely in food processor. Line cupcake pan with paper liners or spray well with baking spray. In a large bowl, beat the butter and sugar together with an electric mixer until light and fluffy. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating after each egg until fluffy again. Beat in the vanilla. In a separate bowl stir together the flour, baking powder and salt. Add that mixture to the batter alternately with the milk and mix until it is creamy and free of lumps. Stir in cherries and chocolate chips. Fill cupcake papers about 3/4 full and bake 20 to 25 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool completely before frosting.

To make frosting, beat the softened butter and powdered sugar until thick and creamy, and then beat in the maraschino cherry juice, one tablespoon at a time, until it reaches the consistency you want. Fill a piping bag or plastic bag (corner cut out) with frosting and pipe on, or use a knife to spread on the frosting generously. This is enough for 18 cupcakes if piped on, 24 if you spread it with a knife. Top each frosted cupcake with a cherry, and chocolate curls if you're using them.

MUGGLES RED VELVET CAKE

Just the two of you for Valentine's Day? Make this dessert for Valentine's Day and enjoy it in front of a cozy fireplace, or the TV if you must. Top each mug with whipped cream and a maraschino cherry at serving time.

3/4 cup biscuit mix

3 tablespoons unsweetened baking cocoa

1/2 cup sugar

1/3 cup canola oil

1/2 cup milk

2 eggs

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

Red food color, as needed

Cream cheese frosting or sweetened whipped cream, if

desired

In medium bowl, beat all ingredients except frosting until well combined. Spray insides of 2 large coffee mugs with cooking spray. Divide batter equally into mugs. One at a time, microwave each mug uncovered on High 2 to 3 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Serve warm or cool with frosting or whipped cream.

The Country Cousin

Thought for the week: Let us thank God for having given us men like Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, and let us ask Him humbly to provide us with another cast in the same mold at this, our time of need, and ask Him also for the wisdom to recognize that person, whoever he or she is. 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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