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Issue Date: February 13, 2020

Shirley Prudhomme

Thanks, School Bus Drivers!

If predictions are right, TIMESland shouldn't be getting any more significant snow for the next week or two, except for perhaps an inch from late Wednesday into early Thursday morning. Relatively mild temperatures are also predicted once the cold snap on Thursday and Friday is gone. The only sub-zero predictions are for the nights of Thursday, Feb. 13 and Friday, Feb. 14. Good cuddling by the fireplace weather for Valentine's Day. After that, we're to be treated again to daytime highs in the high 30s and low 40s. Maybe Spring will come.

APPRECIATE THE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS

This week, from Monday, Feb. 10 through Friday, Feb. 14, is Wisconsin School Bus Driver Appreciation Week. Am often awed by the patience, concentration and skill that school bus drivers need to use every day picking up their precious cargo each morning, driving them to school, and then dropping them off again at the end of the school day.

Each bus generally transports 40 to 60 passengers from kindergarten age through 12th grade, and drivers must keep order on the bus unassisted while they also pay attention to driving. Can't help but wonder what kind of magic they use to do that!

More than 15,000 school bus drivers in Wisconsin drive more than 82 million miles each year bringing children to and from school safely. We often forget that their bus driver is the first and last adult many children see school day other than their parents, and experiences on the bus can help set the tone for the whole day. In rural areas some students spend several hours on the bus each school day.

Seat belts are not required on school busses in Wisconsin, so the youngsters, who sometimes can be beasties, are not even strapped in. Bet the drivers sometimes wish they were.

So salutations to all the wonderful school bus drivers who do such a tremendously important job for us and the children of our communities!

VALENTINE CELEBRATIONS

Valentine's Day conveniently falls on a Friday this year, which is good for all sorts of weekend celebrations. Check the ads and community bulletin boards.

Folks who enjoy the trails of Marinette County will find plenty of snow and groomed trails for cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and ATV riding, and plenty of hills for sledding.

If outdoor sports are your thing, enjoy the beauties of Gov. Thompson State Park on Saturday, Feb. 15, when they're holding the annual Candlelight Ski/Hike event from 6 to 9 p.m. There are separate trails for cross country skiing and hiking, and if you're hiking, you can even bring the family dog. The park and trails will be lit by over 800 candle luminaries and accented with original ice sculptures. Hikers, snowshoers and pets are not allowed on the ski trail, but are welcome on the hiking trail. Warming fires and hot chocolate will be available for everyone in the Woods Lake Shelter. Vehicle admission (park sticker) is required and can be purchased at the park office the day of the event.

DINNER AND DANCE

Everyone is invited to attend a Polka Mass at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 16, at St. Mary Catholic Church of Crivitz with music provided by the Maroszek Brothers of Pulaski., and then share a chicken and ham dinner in the parish hall from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dinner tickets cost $8 in advance or $10 at the door, children 5 and under free. Tickets are available at the church office during business hours Monday through Thursday. For more info call the parish office at 715-854-2501.

GROWIN' THINGS

There's snow on the ground and frost in the air, but those of us who love to plant things and watch them grow are looking forward to spring.

Anyone wanting to learn more about planting and growing things should reserve a spot now for the 2020 Spring Garden Conference sponsored by Northern Lights Master Gardener's Association and Marinette County UWEX. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 21 on the Marinette Campus of UW-Green Bay. There will be workshops offered throughout the day on things like pollinator gardening, container and raised bed gardening, organics, vegetable gardening and more, including crafts. Keynote speaker Jaanet Macunovich will discuss renovating gardens and landscapes. Advance reservations are recommended. For more info, contact a UWEX agent at the courthouse, or see the Master Gardener page on Facebook.

ON THE SOAP BOX

NOT IMPEACHED!!!

Congratulations to President Donald Trump, and thank you to all the Republican Senators who voted to acquit him on the trumped up charges the House Democrats leveled against him.

They've given new meaning to the term "trumped up," by the way. Anyone who follows the news knows the House leaders promised to impeach Trump even before he was elected. They were determined, and when their first attempt failed, they tried again. They neglected the work they should have been doing and wasted millions of our hard earned tax dollars in their attempts. Let us all offer prayers of thanks that they did not succeed, and then another prayer that they do not waste more dollars by trying again. Wouldn't put it past them. As Nancy Pelosi showed by tearing up the official House copy of President Trump's State of the Union address, they're like spoiled brats in a temper tantrum because the American voters did not agree with their opinions! Or maybe they're terrified that he will manage to drain the swamp if isn't kept busy swatting the flies they send after him? How many will go to prison if anyone ever finds out what's at the bottom of that swamp?

Let us also hope and pray that the impeachment travesty committed by the House of Representatives does not deter future presidents from looking into possible graft and misuse of the funds American taxpayers provide for them. Any reasonable person should agree that, based on comments Joe Biden made publicly in regard to Ukraine and his son Hunter's lucrative job with with that oil company, an investigation was called for, and still is. If Ukraine doesn't look into it, the United States should! Maybe the Senate can get that ball rolling now that impeachment is out of the way. It's long overdue. Investigators also should find out how many other U.S. politicians have financial dealings with nations that receive our foreign aid dollars.

Speaking of tax dollars, most of us have either already filed our annual income tax returns or soon will. Because smart politicians have arranged payroll withholding schedules that take out excess money up front most wage earners end up getting refunds. A refund feels like a gift from the government, right? For some folks these days it really is, but for most of us, it's simply getting back the money they took from us in the first place.

That said, getting part of your money back feels a whole lot better than having to pay it in all in a chunk, so politicians get to spend more of the money we earn without having to deal with our cries of pain. They'd have to be a lot more careful with our money if there was no withholding. It would be a true reality check if we had to save our own money in our own accounts throughout the year and then watch it go away when we write the check to pay our income taxes before April 15.

We all should take a good look at our tax returns and think, not about the refund, but about the amount of money the state and federal governments are keeping. Think of all the things we could have done for ourselves and our families with the money they took to do things for us that we'd probably prefer to not have done in the first place. Don't forget they also take money with excise taxes, sales taxes, property taxes and other use taxes, and use that to pay for things we do want, like good roads.

STILL ON THE SOAP BOX

PRESIDENT'S DAY

Several years ago, some of the wonderful folks in Washington decided to take away the special national holidays established to honor our wonderful first President, George Washington, and our wonderful Civil War era president Abraham Lincoln, and instead created "President's Day" to honor all presidents, good and bad. That day this year is Monday, Feb. 17, and it certainly is not worth celebrating! Anyone who is elected can be a president, but it takes a good person to be a good president!

On President's Day we should thank God for sending our nation George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. They were the right men at the right time to guide us in the right directions.

George Washington could have been king. He turned that opportunity down.

Abraham Lincoln could have opted to harshly punish the southern states for their role in the Civil War. If he had, he might not have been shot.

Because they were so special, because they played such a unique role in the formation and preservation of our nation, they each deserved the special day that was set aside to honor them. They were far too good, too special, to be lumped in the same category as other presidents. Lumping their honors into a single day designed to honor all presidents is an insult to them. Won't name names here, but some presidents don't deserve to be honored.

Incidentally, although politicians have assigned them a different day (the third Monday in February), the anniversary of Lincoln's Birthday is still today - February 12, and Washington's Birthday still will come on Saturday, Feb. 22. Even if the story about the little hatchet and the cherry tree was made up, serve a cherry dessert that day in his honor. True or not, traditions are what they are!

DESCENT YOUR CUTTING BOARD

With snow and cold limiting the chores we can do outdoors, some of us are tackling indoor cleaning that we sort of neglect the rest of the year.

Wooden cutting boards are a case in point. They are handy to work with and gentle on your knives but they are also notorious for absorbing smells and stains if not properly cared for. Onions particularly can leave your favorite wooden cutting board with a lingering odor that is not at all appetizing. Stains probably do not hurt any thing in real life, but they make the board look unclean, so you can't be sure.

To remove odors (and stains) from the board, or even from your hands, rub with a piece of lemon. Then rub in some salt with a scrubber sponge and rinse with cool water. You can also scrub the board with a paste of baking soda and water and then rinse before you give it the salt and lemon treatment. Speaking of salt and lemon, wonder if that board would benefit from a splash of tequila too?

Anyway, to prevent future stains, wash the board after each use and wipe it down with mineral oil to season it (you can buy it at the pharmacy if you can't find it elsewhere). Resist the temptation to use vegetable oil, even though it's probably handy; vegetable oil can turn rancid and ruin the board.

COOKIN' TIME

Prepare some special treats for your Valentines - perhaps a memorable dinner for two, or perhaps a special Valentine cake for the whole family to enjoy.

FILLET MIGNON WITH CREAMY BACON SAUCE

Perfect for a romantic dinner for two. Also perfect for Lincoln's Birthday, since we're told bacon was one of his favorite foods, and he also liked cream sauces. As a country boy, he probably had access to beef, but bet he would have liked this made with venison steak as well. Serve these steaks with a baked potato, hot rolls, and buttered asparagus spears for a lovely plate and a delicious meal for two.

4 (4 ounce) cuts of filet mignon (beef tenderloin)

1 teaspoon olive oil

Unseasoned meat tenderizer (optional)

3 slices lean, meaty bacon, diced

3 tablespoons butter

4 shallots, diced*

1 pound mushrooms, sliced

cup half-and-half cream

Salt and pepper to taste

*If you don't have shallots, substitute a large sweet onion, diced, and a minced clove of garlic.

Have the steaks about an inch thick, and cook the way you like them best, preferably not too well done, since over-cooking makes tenderloin tough and dry. (We had friend who kept his tenderloins frozen, and cooked them over a very hot fire until the outside showed a few char marks. If they were still a bit frozen int he center, that was okay with him.) Anyway, sprinkle some salt, pepper and tenderizer on the steaks, poke here and there with a fork, brush them with the olive oil, and set aside. Start pre-heating the grill if necessary. Cook and stir the diced bacon in a small saucepan over medium heat until the pieces are nearly crisp, three to five minutes. Stir in the butter and after it melts add the chopped shallots or prepared onion and garlic. Cook and stir until the shallots (or onion) are soft and translucent, about 5 minutes more. Add the mushrooms and cook until they start to sizzle. Stir in the half-and-half, bring the mixture to a simmer over medium-low heat, and cook, stirring occasionally, until the sauce is slightly thickened, about 8 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Cook the steaks as you like. About four minutes on each side over a very hot grill or in a very hot pan is is about right. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read 130 degrees. Set the steaks aside on a platter tented with aluminum foil to rest. Call your Valentine to dinner and enjoy a couple of pre-dinner sips of wine. To serve, put two steaks on each plate with the sauce spooned over them and potato and asparagus on the side. You could start with a soup and/or salad if you like, but that's a bit much for me. Dessert isn't really necessary, but perhaps a few bites of fresh fruit would be good. Anyone want to peel me a grape?

CREAMY CHICKEN ENCHILADAS

If you love South of the Border flavors, put together this casserole in a jiffy if you have pre-cooked chicken. You could use a rotisserie chicken, chicken left from a prior meal, or chicken breast that you cook in advance yourself. For a hassle-free evening, put the casserole together the night before, then pop it in the oven to bake when you get home, but bake perhaps 45 minutes, to be sure it's hot and bubbly all the way through.

1 cup sour cream

1 cup tomatillo or red tomato salsa

1 small onion, chopped

2 cloves garlic, minced

2 teaspoons salad oil

3 cups shredded cooked chicken

1-1/2 cups Mexican Style Shredded Four Cheese, divided

1 can (4 ounces) chopped green chiles, drained

8 flour or corn tortilla shells (6 inch)

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix sour cream and salsa until blended. Cook and stir onions and garlic in hot oil in large skillet on medium heat 4 to 5 minutes or until onions are crisp-tender. Stir in chicken, 1 cup sour cream mixture, 1/2 cup cheese and chiles. Spoon about 1/3 cup chicken mixture down center of each tortilla; roll up. Place, seam-sides down, in 13x9"inch baking dish sprayed with cooking spray. Top with remaining sour cream mixture and then cheese. Cover with foil bake 15 to 20 minutes. Served with extra sour cream, shredded lettuce, diced onion and diced tomatoes on the side.

SWEETHEART CHERRY CAKE

1 package extra moist white cake mix, with ingredients to

prepare according to package directions

1 teaspoon almond extract

1 (8 ounce) jar maraschino cherries

1 (16 ounce) container whipped topping

Stemmed maraschino cherries for garnish, optional

Preheat oven according to cake mix directions. Prepare two layer cake pans or one Bundt cake pan. Drain the cherries reserving juice. Chop the cherries coarsely in a food processor and reserve. Prepare cake mix according to box directions, but add water to the reserved cherry juice to equal the amount of liquid needed for the cake mix. Add the almond extract. When cake batter is done, stir in the chopped cherries. Stir the cherries into the cake mix by hand. Pour mix into 2 round cake pans or a Bundt cake pan and bake in preheated oven. When cake has completely cooled, frost with whipped topping and decorate with stemmed cherries. Refrigerate until serving time, and keep remaining portions in the fridge.

Thought for the week: Love may not actually be what makes the world go round, but it certainly is what makes it worth the ride. Thank You, Lord, for Your love, and for putting the capacity for love in our hearts. Help us to express that love in the best ways possible, for You and for our fellow man - families, friends, neighbors and strangers as well. Bless us one and all!

(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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