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Issue Date: March 31, 2021

Vote on April 6".



Holy Week is here, but contrary to weather forecasts a week ago and numerous reports that robins and other snowbirds have returned to TIMESLand, True Spring apparently has not.

Fortunately, there's no snow or sleet in the forecast for theTIMESLand area, and not even much rain, but the Easter Bunny will likely be happy to be wearing a fur coat when he's running around delivering eggs at night.

March is departing like a somewhat chilly lamb, who also is probably happy to be wearing a woolen jacket.

That said, temperatures are expected to gradually improve until sunshine on Saturday produces a possible high in the mid-60s. Easter itself is expected to be a bit cooler - in the mid-50s again, with possible nighttime freezing.

POWER OF SUGGESTION

Totally forgot until it was too late to warn everyone ahead of time that Thursday of this week - hopefully, the day you're reading this - is April Fools Day.

Since it's too late to help anyone plan a good prank, thought you might like reading about an old one.

This prank sort of ties in with the theory that if you hear about something from a news media you think you can trust, it must be true. Reactions of folks to this prank also strongly demonstrate that the power of suggestion really does work.

In a 1976 story headlined, "Planetary Alignment Decreases Gravity," British astronomer Patrick Moore announced on BBC Radio 2 that at 9:47 a.m. on April 1 a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event was going to occur that listeners could experience in their very own homes.

He said the planet Pluto would pass behind Jupiter, temporarily causing a gravitational alignment that would counteract and lessen the Earth's own gravity.

Moore told his listeners that if they jumped in the air at the exact moment that this planetary alignment occurred, they would experience a strange floating sensation.

The power of suggestion apparently is exceedingly strong. When the appointed hour arrived, BBC2 began receiving hundreds of phone calls from listeners claiming to have felt the sensation. One woman even reported that she and her eleven friends had risen from their chairs and floated around the room.

Wonder if they were using brooms at the time?

DUMB ANIMALS???

In a story headlined on the web on Tuesday, March 30, Reuters reported that a cat in Karabaglar, Turkey walked into a veterinarian's office carrying one of her kittens. She put that kitten down and left. She then came back with a second kitten.

This time the cat stuck around and meowed for a long time, according to comments the Reuters news team allegedly obtained from a spokesman for the community of Karabaglar. The spokesman said the veterinarians didn't understand the cat's motive, but they finally did a quick examination of all three animals and noticed the kittens were suffering from eye infection. The stray feline and her kittens were placed in adoption after their treatment was completed, according to the story.

Checked, and found there really is a Karabaglar in Turkey. You can fly there in a little over 14 hours and maybe buy a ticket on that flight for $836, and stay in a medium class hotel for $41 a night, but am not sure why you'd want to.

Was not able to find out if the cat story was true, or if it perhaps was an April fool hoax, but it's a fairly good story, and even if it was made up, it's as true as a lot of stuff that's passed off as news by some media sources these days.

ON THE SOAP BOX

VOTE ON APRIL 6


Non-partisan elections in Wisconsin are coming up on Tuesday, April 6. Most of the offices to be filled are local, so we have a chance to talk to at least some of the candidates and make informed decisions at the polls.

While the positions on boards that run schools, towns, villages and cities are not as prestigious as those on state and national scenes, they have probably more influence on our daily lives, and the futures of our children, or at least more individual influence.

Except for governors, the president, and elected state officials and department heads like the Superintendent of Public Instruction, by the time elected politicians get to state and national positions, no matter how much they talk, theirs is just one vote in a body with a hundred or more members.

By contrast, the local boards generally have fewer than 10 members, and many town boards have only three. Their decisions affect daily lives of residents and values of local properties.

With less competition for their attention, these elected representatives are generally easier to talk to and are more easily convinced to vote the wishes of the people they represent.

Vote of Marinette County Board on Tuesday, March 30 is a case in point. Supervisors, none of whom are up for re-election this year, responded to the wishes of approximately 100 county residents and land owners by rejecting a plan to put a home for one or two 980 sex offenders - the worst of the worst - in a residential area on Mud Brook Road in the Town of Lake.

That leaves the couty with the responsibility of obeying state law by finding another location for the sex offender who has served his prison term and is being released in July from the state's Sandridge Mental Health facility, subject to restrictions like an ankle bracelet and orders not to go outdoors without supervision.

Let's all hope a more suitable site can be found, and that neighbors in the new location are distant enough to be able to not respond with a "not in my back yard" attitude. County owned property adjacent to the Law Enforcement Center and jail in the City of Marinette appears to be a viable solution, since it is farther from residential properties and in an environment that already faces many of the concerns voiced by those who opposed the Mud Brook Road location.

Let's also hope county officials are more open in their site selection search this time around. They could have saved a considerable amount of time had they kept the public more informed throughout the selection process.

There have been requests for the county to establish a citizens' committee to help locate a suitable location, and while the state law prescribes who serves on the 袤" site selection committee, there is nothing in the law preventing them from encouraging public input before they make their decision.

GROWIN' THINGS

TIME TO PLANT?


My grandma used to say you had to plant peas on Good Friday to get a good harvest. There were more than a few years when we joked that she would have to shovel away the snow first and then drill holes to get those peas in the ground.

Whatever, her peas, along with the rest of her garden, always yielded a good harvest. It had to, with twelve hungry little mouths to feed and two grown up ones!

Charlie down at the feed mill used to say most of the old gardeners not only went along with the notion of planting peas on Good Friday but told him that other things, among them potatoes and carrots, should also be planted on that day.

This year the ground is thawed, and weather on Friday is supposed to be mild and at least partly sunny, with no rain predicted, so it should be a good day for planting. If edible peas grow well when planted on Good Friday, Sweet Peas that we plant for flowers also should flourish, so best get them into the ground too.

While we may not be able to understand it, the moon does seem to have an influence on gardens, moods and a lot of other things. Probably God did not put it up there just to occasionally light up the night skies.



COOKIN' TIME

Easter is a great season to enjoy springtime foods even before they come in season, and seasonal flavors that are available year round. Lent is all but over. Once Good Friday has come and gone, the feasting can begin!

CARROT POKE CAKE

This is far differend from the carrot cake made with real grated carrots, but it's vey good, and very easy. The Easter Bunny will love it.

1 package carrot cake mix plus ingredients needed to make cake according to package directions(eggs, oil & water)

1 package instant cheesecake pudding mix

4 cups milk

Whipped topping, thawed

4 cinnamon graham crackers

Prepare cake mix according to package directions for a 9x13 cake. Once cake comes out of the oven, allow it to cool for just a couple of minutes. Then, with a wooden spoon handle, a spatula handle, or some other similarly-sized object, begin poking holes in the cake. You want the holes to be BIG so that the pudding has plenty of room to get down in there. Be sure to poke right down to the bottom of the cake. Prepare cake mix according to package directions for a 9x13 cake. Once cake comes out of the oven, allow it to cool for just a couple of minutes. Then, with a wooden spoon handle, a spatula handle, or some other similarly-sized object, begin poking holes in the cake. You want the holes to be BIG so that the pudding has plenty of room to get down in there. Be sure to poke right down to the bottom of the cake. Once the cake is as holy as it ought ot be for Easter, whisk together the instant pudding mix and four cups milk, stirring until all the lumps are gone. Pour pudding over the warm cake, taking care to pour it right into the holes as much as possible. Spread it all out and using the back of the spoon, gently push pudding down into the holes. Put the cake into the fridge to set and cool (about 2 hours). Once your cake has completely cooled, spread on whipped topping. If you haven't done so already, crush your cinnamon graham crackers. You can just place them in a ziploc bag and crush with a rolling pin. Leave some of the pieces fairly large to have a bit of a crunch when you eat the cake. Sprinkle the crushed graham crackers onto the top of the cake. You can do this part immediately before serving the cake if you want to ensure the crackers are crunchy when you serve it. Cook's Note: This cake gets even better the day after it is made. So it makes for a perfect cake to make the day before you actually need it. You can wait to sprinkle on the crushed graham crackers if you want them nice and crunchy.

ORANGE DREAMSICLE FRUIT SALAD

This makes a beautiful and delicious addition to the Easter table.

1 (3 ounce) box instant vanilla pudding mix

1 cup milk (2% or higher)

1/3 cup frozen orange juice concentrate

1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed

1 (20 ounce) can pineapple tidbits, drained very well

1 (11 ounce) can mandarin oranges, drained very well

2 ripe bananas, sliced

In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, combine the pudding mix, milk and orange juice concentrate. Beat on medium speed for about 2 minutes. Stir in the whipped topping. Gently mix in the fruit. Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the fridge for 2-3 hours until ready to serve.

STRAWBERRY PRETZEL SALAD

This involves several steps to be taken over an hour or more, but actual work time is minimal, and it can be made ahead.

2 cups pretzels, crushed

3 tablespoons brown sugar

3/4 cup butter, melted

6-ounce box strawberry jello

2 cups boiling water

6 ounce container of fresh strawberries, sliced, or 1 10

ounce package frozen strawberries, sweetened

8 ounce package cream cheese

1 cup sugar

8 ounce container of cool whip, or real whipped cream, whipped

If using fresh strawberries, slice and lightly sugar them and then set aside so the juices can run. (There should be about three cups slices, and a tablespoon of sugar is enough). If using frozen berries, let them thaw. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a mixing bowl, combine crushed pretzels, sugar, and melted butter. The food processor works well to crush the pretzels. Press into a lightly greased 9x13 pan. Bake for 8 minutes and remove from oven. Let cool completely. Make the jello according to package directions and let it cool a bit, then mix in the strawberries. Refrigerate for an hour or so to let it thicken a little. Beat the cream cheese and sugar together until creamy. Fold in the cool whip or whipped cream. Spread the mixture over the top of the pretzel crust completely to the edges so the jello won't leak through. Pour the jello over the cream cheese layer and be sure it gets to all the edges. Refrigerate for 2 to 3 hours (or even overnight) before serving.

MAPLE GLAZED EASTER HAM

1 7 to 8 pound fully cooked smoked ham half, fat and skin on

1 cup real maple syrup

2 tablespoons cider vinegar

1 tablespoon prepared Dijon mustard

Whole cloves

Place ham, fat side up, on rack in shallow roasting pan. Stir together syrup, vinegar and mustard. Pour about 1/2 cup of this mixture over ham and bake, uncovered, in a preheated 325 degree oven for 1-1/2 hours. Baste every 30 minutes with additional sauce. Remove ham from oven, remove skin and score fat into diamond shapes. Insert a clove into each diamond. Bake ham an additional 30 minutes or until a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part of meat registers 140 degrees. Let ham rest 15 minutes before carving. Makes 10 to 12 servings.

RESURRECTION ROLLS

Many families celebrate Easter morning with a special Easter Bread. This special Easter Brunch sandwich, decorated with a cross on top, just might become a new tradition. The bread symbolizes Jesus, the bread of life, and the egg symbolizes new life in Christ. Much easier than it sounds at first. And it can be made with eggs right out of the Easter basket. Hard cooked egg halves are stuffed with an egg salad mixture, then pressed together to form a whole egg. The filled egg is wrapped in crescent roll dough, pressed into a larger egg shape, and baked.

1 can refrigerated crescent rolls (8)

4 eggs, hard boiled

1/3 cup mayonnaise

1 tablespoon prepared yellow mustard

Salt and pepper to taste

4 strips bacon, cooked and crumbled

2 tablespoons pickle relish, sweet or dill

1 to 2 tablespoons chopped fresh or freeze-dried chives

Shell the eggs and cut them in half lengthwise. Scoop out yolks. Mash the yolks and mix well with the mayonnaise, mustard, salt, pepper, bacon, relish and chives. Fill egg halves just over level with this mixture and press two halves together to make one whole stuffed egg. Unroll dough; separate into 4 rectangles, pinching seams to seal. Sprinkle dough with salt and pepper. Wrap the dough around the egg. Overlap as necessary. Press to make it into an egg shape. Place on ungreased cookie sheet, seam side down. Mark a "cross" (+) with a knife on top of the roll. Bake at 375 degrees for 11-13 minutes, until golden brown.



Thought for the Week: Thank You Lord, for the wonder of Easter. Even as we celebrate the fun parts of Easter, help us to comprehend, if even in a small way, just what you willingly suffered for us. Help us do our part to make Your Cross and Resurrection more recognized as symbols of Easter than eggs, baskets and bunnies. Thank you Lord, for the wonder of Easter, and for the suffering You willingly endured to open the gates of heaven for us. Amen.

To everyone: Easter Week, the most sacred season of the year for Christians, is here. May your Easter be blessed, and may your Easter basket be brimming with joy!

Country Cousin



(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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