New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 20, 1996, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas ^CHHeralcEZeitungC^^ Timesaving Recipes Put Healthy Meals On the Table at the End af a Long Day QinXTjoa Know Your Presidents Everyone wants to put a healthy, delicious meal on the table each night, but after a long day at work, who has the time to cook? If there is time, who really wants to spend hours in the kitchen? To help people solve this daily dilemma, Kathy Farrell-Kingsley and the editors of Woman Is Day have created “The Woman's Day® Cookbook:    Great Recipes, Bright Ideas, and Healthy Choices for Today’s Cook” (Viking/Round Stone Press). It offers more than 700 recipes and innovative techniques to help people easily prepare nutritious meals their family will enjoy. “Our readers want timesaving recipes, and that was the groundwork for this book,” says Elizabeth Alston, Woman’s Day food editor and author of several cookbooks. “We want to save people time and remove that 4 o’clock stress.” The book offers recipes for everything from beef to grains and beans to vegetables, all of which have been tested in the Woman's Day kitchens. To make it easy for people to select a dish to prepare, the recipes have been divided into categories: easy, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, microwave, low-fat, make-ahead, one-pot and classic. The book also has make-ahead tips for various recipes, suggestions for cooks and a nutritional analysis for each dish. “Some of the Woman s Day special things we’ve incorporated,” Alston explains, "are Cook Once, Eat Twice, where people set aside half of the food they’ve prepared to be used in another meal, and Investment Cooking, where people spend three or four hours preparing dishes with the same basic ingredients. “We also give simple menus for entertaining and discuss hosting celebrations, giving schedules beginning three weeks ahead,” Alston adds. The book offers something for every cook, according to Alston. With normal ingredients and easy cooking techniques, there is a wide variety of flavors, from the simple to the exotic. These Cook Once, Eat Twice recipes offer two delicious meals for the family with a minimum amount of work. CORNED BEEF DINNER Serves 4 with leftovers I    medium-size onion, peeled and studded with 4 whole cloves I    large carrot, cut into chunks 1    rib celery, cut into chunks 2    bay leaves (each VA inches long) 4-pound corned-beef brisket 4    small onions, peeled I    small head green cabbage (I V* pounds), cut into 6 wedges 8    small potatoes (about I pound), peeled 4    small parsnips (about 8 ounces), peeled and halved 3    large carrots, halved 4    small beets (about 12 ounces), freshly boiled and peeled Accompaniment: creamy Dijon-mustard spread or horseradish sauce (optional) In an 8-quart pot, bring 4 quarts of water and the first 4 ingredients to a boil. Add the brisket and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer (don’t boil), partially covered, for about 3 hours. Remove the brisket to a cutting board and cover loosely with foil to keep Cooking for Two Can Bo Easy — and Healthy Many households today are composed of two people — couples, roommates, retirees, single parents and their child, as well as many other combinations of twosomes. Oftentimes, cooking for two people is difficult. Recipe books offer dishes that yield six or more servings, which is frequently too much food for a two-person household. “Betty Crocker’s New Choices for Two” (Macmillan) offers recipes tailored for two people. These recipes are designed to help people eat more healthfully, as well as provide new meal ideas. Every recipe balances sensible amounts of calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium and fiber. Easy-to-follow symbols indicate dishes that are low in calories, fat, sodium and cholesterol and high in fiber. Eliminating the amount of fat found in foods is the first step in losing weight. It is also important that people cook food in healthy ways. According to the author, the way people cook is almost as important as what they cook. The book offers some easy ways to cook in an effort to reduce fat intake: • Cut by one-fourth the amount of fat or oil called for in a recipe. • Invest in nonstick cookware. • Coo|f: onions, garlic or chopped vegetables in water, apple juice, flavored vinegars or wine instead of using oil, butter or margarine to saute. • Choose herbs and spices, mustard, lemon juice, or flavored vinegars instead of butter, oils or salt to spike foods that need a splash of flavor. • Choose low-fat or nonfat versions of dairy products. Most dairy items offer reduced-fat options. “New Choices for Two” offers recipe ideas for every meal of the day, as well as salads, side dishes and snacks. It also includes a guide to eating right, a nutrition table and a nutrition glossary. The following breakfast recipes are a wonderful way to treat a spouse, roommate, child or parent to an extra- special morning meal. Antiques Q. I have a dinner menu from the Hindenberg in 1936. Would it have any value? A. Collectors involved in what is known as “disaster collecting” might be interested in your keepsake. The Hindenberg zeppelin crashed as it landed in Lakehurst, N.J., on May 6, 1937. * * * Q. My bowl is 3 inches high and 9 inches in diameter. It is red and gold with a decoration of green leaves, gold leaves and roses. The mark is Schumann, Arzberg, Tradition, Seit 1881. A. The Carl Schumann porcelain works in Arzberg, Germany, was started in 1881. It is still working. The firm makes all types of tablewares and giftwares. The mark on your bowl was used about 1900. * * * Q. I purchased a bag of fake fruit at a garage sale. It is made of colored beads that are pinned onto plastic balls shaped like bananas, grapes and oranges. Do you know anything about them? A. Faux fruit has been a favorite in decorating since the turn of the century. After plastic was invented, beaded fruit replaced the stone, wood and velvet versions. In the 1940s and ’50s, craft kits were sold to make beaded fruit at home. Watch for plums, strawberries, cherries, limes, peaches and even pineapples. Vegetables exist as well. A banana in good condition sells for $40 in a New York City shop, and much less at a house sale. * * * warm. Discard the onion, carrot, celery, and bay leaves from the cooking liquid. Return the cooking liquid to a boil. Add the small onions and simmer for 5 minutes. Add the cabbage, potatoes, parsnips, and carrots and simmer for 20 minutes, or until tender. Starting at the thickest end, slice the brisket thin on a slight diagonal across the grain. Cool half the slices, wrap, and refrigerate up to 4 days for meal 2. Put the remaining slices on a serving platter and surround with the vegetables. REUBEN SANDWICHES Serves 4 8    slices rye bread 4    teaspoons butter or mar garine, at room temperature 4    slices (I ounce each) Swiss cheese A    cup bottled fat-free Russian dressing I    pound sauerkraut, rinsed and well drained I    pound thinly sliced corned beef (from meal I) Adjust the oven rack to the lowest position. Heat the oven to 400 F. Spread one side of each of the bread slices with the butter. Place 4 bread slices, buttered sides down, on a baking sheet. Cover each with I slice of cheese, I tablespoon of dressing, % of the sauerkraut, V* of the corned beef, and another tablespoon of dressing. Cover with the remaining bread, buttered sides up. Bake for about 20 minutes, turning the sandwiches once, until lightly toasted. Serve right away.    72    V6 / 66H PEACH OVEN PANCAKE Vs    cup all-purpose flour 1    teaspoon sugar V*    teaspoon salt Vs    cup low-fat milk 2    eggs A cup fat-free vanilla yogurt 2 cups fresh or frozen (thawed) peach slices (about 2 medium) 2    tablespoons high-flber cereal, crushed, if desired Heat oven to 400 F. Spray round, nonstick baking pan. 8 inches by VA inches or 9 inches by VA inches, with nonstick cooking spray. Heat pan in oven. Beat flour, sugar, salt, milk and eggs with hand beater until smooth. Pour into hot pan. Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until puffed and browned on edges. Immediately spoon yogurt and peaches into sunken pancake center; sprinkle with cereal. Serve warm. MEDITERRANEAN EGGS I teaspoon vegetable oil 3 green onions, chopped (about V* cup) I medium tomato, chopped I tablespoon chopped fresh or I teaspoon dried basil leaves I cup fat-free egg product Freshly ground pepper Heat oil in 8-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat. Cook onions in oil 2 minutes; stir in tomato and basil. Cook, stirring occasionally, about I minute or until tomato is heated through. Pour egg product over tomato mixture. As mixture begins to set at bottom and side, gently lift cooked portions with spatula so that thin, uncooked portion can flow to bottom. Avoid constant stirring. Cook 3 to 4 minutes or until eggs are thickened throughout but still moist. Sprinkle with pepper. Z2V6I646 Q. My china Ma and Pa Carter ink bottles are marked “Made in Germany." They are 31/2 inches high. A. Ma and Pa Carter bottles were first made in the early 1900s in Germany. They stand 3t/i inches high. They were given away with coupons included in Carter’s ink ads. After World War I, the bottles were made in the United States. * * * TIP: To clean ironstone and other porous pottery, use wig bleach from a beauty parlor. * * * Q. My spinet-type pump organ says “Peloubet, Pelion & Co.** When and where did Peloubet, Pelion work? A. Peloubet, Pelton & Co. worked on Broadway in New York City in the early to mid-1800s. Home Tips CROSS-STITCHING — I would like to share four tips about cross-stitching: 1. Tape the color/symbol guide to the cardboard accompanying the kit, leaving a 2-inch margin. Punch holes in the margin and hang the corresponding colors. 2. Use one thread instead of two. Double it and thread the loop through the eye of the needle, stick the needle through the loop and pull the thread evenly. The thread is the right length, tangles less and the needle will not become unthreaded. 3. Thread needles with the various colors and insert next to the symbols on the guide. This saves threading needles when changing colors. 4. Use small, curved manicure scissors for cutting the thread. The scissors stay sharp, cut close and using them reduces the danger of cutting your work. Hilda B., Colorado Springs, Colo. STEEL DOORS — We replaced our outside wooden doors to the house with steel doors. The back door has nine panes of glass that the sun would shine through all the time, but I could not put up a curtain rod on the steel door without making permanent holes. Solution! I bought two 21^-inch clear plastic suction cups with hooks on them, the kind you use to hang window decorations. I placed one cm each side above the door window and bent the hooks so that it would hold a cafe rod. It worked great. I could remove the curtain rod anytime I wanted without damage to the door. Janie G., Dunwoody, Ga. COLOR-COORDINATED — My family all drive the same make of car. All of our keys are identical and we all have spares for each other’s cars. I took some spray paint and painted the keys the same color as the car (i.e., mine is gray so I have a gray key head). CARDS AND COLLECTING “You look great! Who’s your tailor?” LGIN AYLOR LAKERS' The 1971-72Toppsbasketballsetused, along with an odd lettering style for the team name, different color inks in the players’ names, which is why in black and white“ELGIN BAYLOR” seems to read “LGIN AYLOR” ... Some collectors say that such poor design helped doom basketball cards as collectibles until the late- 1980s revival of interest ... Still, because of age and the number of Hall of Earners and rookies in the set, the 264-card edition is worth more titan $700 today, with Baylor’s card, #10, selling for up to $25 ... The set included ABA players as well as NBA players ... Baylor spent his great 14 ^year career entirely with the Lakers.. ALFRED NOBEL, FOUNDER OF THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZES, MADE HIS FORTUNE THROUGH THE MANUFACTURE OF THE EXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE, WHICH HE INVENTED IN 1866. Many of the presidents of the United States led interesting and diverse lives. Here are some presidential facts that may surprise you. Not Just Politics If you think being president is an interesting job, you may be surprised to find how some of the U.S. presidents made a living before they got into office. •The 39th president, Jimmy Carter, served as a naval engineer working with nuclear-powered submarines. He also managed his family’s peanut farming business. •Before becoming 40th president, Ronald Reagan’s previous executive experience included two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild. He is also known for his accomplished acting career, starring in over 53 films. •Harry Truman, the 33rd president, took over his family’s farm and later became a partner in a men’s clothing store. •The 17th president, Andrew Johnson, had his own tailoring shop. Presidential Records •The only president to serve two non-consecu-tive terms, Grover Cleveland, served as the 22nd and 24th president. •At age 43, John F. K296000H Kennedy was the youngest president elected to office. Ronald Reagan was the oldest, taking office at age 69. •Richard Nixon was the only president forced to resign. •A very popular president, Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected four times — more than any other U.S. president. •The sixth president, John Quincy Adams, was son of second president, John Adams. •15th president, James Buchanan, was the only president never to marry. Famous First Ladies •Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, wife of President John F. Kennedy, was beloved by the American public. Under her supervision, the White House was restored and redecorated and declared a national museum. •As first lady, Nancy Reagan, wife of former president Ronald Reagan, worked with the Foster Grandparents Program and the problems of drug and alcohol abuse of youth. •Present-day first lady Hillary Clinton has changed the meaning of “first lady.” Her involvement in public affairs sets a more active and ambitious standard for all future first ladies. K296OOI0 •WORLD WAR ll BIORN. •THANKSGIVING ORIT WAS CMANOED TO TNI FOURTH THURSDAY IN NOVEMBER RATNER THAN TNE UST. •OENERAL ELECTRIC INTRODUCED FLUORESCENT LENTINO. •FN RADIO RECEIVERS WENT ON SALE FOR TNE FIRST TIME. K2960011 OVATE SHAPED LIKE AN EGG. K29600I2 HOW THEY SAY IT IN.*. ENGLISH* FIRE SPANISH: FUEGO ITALIAN: FUOCO FRENCH: FEU GERMAN: FEUER LATIN: IGNIS Di/o. - Kn°«i ■    NUMAN ■ MOTHERS CARRY BABIES TH ROUCH A ■ PERIOD OF 266 DAYSJ ll THINK THATS L0N0?H ■elephants ENDURE Bi A 62S DAY CYCLE,■■ WHILE RABBITS I OO THR0UCH AHHI SHORTER, JO-DAYlfgM PREGNANCY.^^H ■ pour bears have fur I ON THE SOLES OF THEIR ■feet TO KEEP THEM FROM SIIPPINO ON ICE. challenger THE INTERNATIONAL CROSSNUMBER GAME DIRECTIONS    A* GS** Fill tach square with a number, one through nine. nfrugtS- • Hor fontal squares should add lo totals on right • Vertical squares should add to totals on bottom • Diagonal squares through center should edd lo lotel m upper and lower right. THERE MAV OE MORE THAN ONE SOLUTION Today * Challenge Time I Minutes 16 Seconds Your Working Time Minutes Seconds 7 6 s 6 T 7T IT 26 Wishing ^ Well0 5 7 6 3 4 2 8 7 5 2 5 7 8 A E A R B A I V K T I E D 3 6 7 2 7 2 5 7 2 4 r 5 2 E L N T T I N U T E A 0 U 6 3 2 7 8 2 8 2 3 8 3 6 3 0 T 0 I E E A I U L R N N 4 2 7 5 3 8 5 6 2 3 7 2 7 A M S I T S Y G P O U R C 8 2 5 'N" 7 4 2 8 5 4 2 7 2 R O G E C L V A E E E E S ’ 7 5 7 S 3 6 5 6 8 6 4 3 8 S S S L N L T I I F A A Z 3 8 6 3 8 3 5 4 3 4 5 ” 4 5 T E E U D R U 0 E E R R E HERE IS A PLEASANT LITTLE GAME that will give you a message every day. It’s a numarical punt* designed lo spell out your fortune Count the lattara in your first name lf the number of letters is 6 or mors, subtract 4 ll ths numbsr is less than 6. add 3 The result is your key number Start at the upper left hand corner and check one ol your key numbers. lait to right Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you THE ILLUSTRATED BIBLE God’s Healing Faith “Return, O faithless sons, I will heal your faithlessness.' “Behold, we come to thee; for thou art the Lard our God. " — Jeremiah 3:22 CLUES ACROSS 3. Records contractions of the heart 7. A street of small shops 8. Tillable 9. Superior of a group of nuns IO. Evoke ILA way to consume 12. Discernments 14. Clues 16. Fiats 20. Sea eagles 23. Express pleasure 25. In a way, grimaced 26. Conglomerate 27. Ordains 28. Courage 29. Milliamperes, abbrev. CLUES DOWN 1. Blab 2. Consumers 3. Removes 4. Newspaper 5. Per , each 6 . May, actress 12 . Paulo, city 13. Auricle 15. Chemical elements, abbrev. 17.'Italians 18. Entwine 19. Extreme cruelty 21. Account 22. Mission 24. Directs SOLUTIONS ACROSS SOLUTIONS DOWN We, like the ancient Israelites, who denied the word of God and then sought His forgiveness, often may forget our duty to the Creator. Faith is not something to he donned like a garment, it is a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week responsibility. The > MAnjaM ar muka rv Israelites angered God by worshipping false idols and turning away from His grace, We, too, may from time lo time close our minds and hearts to His guidance and seek pleasures in other than Godly pursuits. Yet the Lord God is a merciful Gad and His forgiveness is endless. A clean heart and a recognition of His divine supremacy are the antidotes God needs to cleanse us of our faithlessness. 01996 by King Feature* Syad 3. FCG 7. Bazaar 8. Arable 9. Abbess 10. Elicit 11. Eat 12. Senses 14. Traces 16. Orders 20. Ernes 23. Aah 25. Smiled 26. Empire 27. Enacts 28. Daring 29. Mas 1. Babble 2. Eaters 3. Erases 4. Gazelle 5. Capita 6. Elaine 12. Sao 13. Ear 15. Scs 17. Romans 18. Enlace 19. Sadism 21. Report 22. Errand 24. Heads ;

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