New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 19, 2011, Page 5

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October 19, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM I Wednesday, October 19, 2011 | 5 For breaking news, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter ON«wBraunf«l«HZ IF4 Become a New Braunf«ls Herald-Zettung Facebook fan at fac«bo<H(.com Sign up for e-newsletter by visiting the Herald-Zeiting online htrald ititiing com Coliimnisf Winter Prosapio writes trnm the front lines of mottierhood Imagination throwdown "What's tod.iy'’" Mirt'v.i <Tsk('rl mi'. I smiU'd. Sometimes I (lon't know wfi.it g('ts into me. Maybe I h,ul too mti( h su^.ir, mavbe I'm really re.ulv for th(‘ time (hange !)('( ause It's |)it( li bla( k wh('n we liave to wake ii|). Mayb(‘ I have spent loo mu( It time ne.ir th<‘ nvK rowave. He< <uise I (oiildn’t jiist give' her the (late and move on. ()h no. That would be too easy. "Todays’ Today;’ You don't know wh.it rC)i)AY is;* it'^ the 17th ot ( rewiimbrulav!" Wireva tilted li('r he.id, "VVh.it "It's th(' 1 7th ot ( revvum-briil.iy." I s.itd, as it it wert* the 4th ot lulv. Sii'rra, who at I 5 lias ()er-te( t('d her eve roll was not amused, t (ontiniK'd, und('-t(‘rref! despite the addition ot ,in exasperated sigh. "I've n('v('r heard ot that," Mireya s.nd suspi( lousK "That's b('c ause it's onK ( elebrated in the third house OI1 tli(‘ fourth likx k in (('rtain tounties in Texas, And this vear it's { omal!" I rom tlu're w(> dived into th(' traditions of the 17th ot ( rewumbrulay. VVi' nott'il th.it manv vfMrs ago pea-(o( ks had sung thi'ir most IxMutiful ''ong ever on tiie I "th ot i r(’vvumburlav, a song th.U be(ame the national anthem of man\ sm.vll countries. Snow leo[)-ards c .ime down trom tlieir mountains and danced a dance so ama/mg that it a< tu.illy snowc'd tor the' first time evcT, As a rc'sult tlu-re w.is mucli singing and danc ing in the kite hen, .ilong witli c'\c‘ rolling .ind <i rc'triinder from sonicoiiv th.it at IcMst one of us around hc're w.is not .1 kid .invmorc'. As wc' das he'd otf to s( hool, I notc'd th.it Sieir.i, who we had dc'C idc'd w.is tlie princ t'ss ot the pc'acoc ks tor the' day, w.is c rankv about the c'litire c c'lebration, wliich W.IS appropriate* sincc' peacocks are rathc'r c r.il)by. Shc' protC'stc'd l)c'ing .1 ()rinc ('ss. "What fia[)pen to your imagin.vtion!"' I .iskc'd. "tia! I have a l)igger imagination than anybody," she sn.ippc'd. "Oh reatly^' t rc'torted With a laugh. "Yes! Didn't you just sc'e th.it unicorn you )ust hit!"' Wirc'ya piped up trom the ba( k se.it, gc'sturing to hc'r side. "ITave you sc'en my IrK'nd, Y'c'DovvyT' (Yellowy IS lic'r persistent tmaginary triend.i We continuc'd in thc' i m .1 g i n a 11 o n t h row d o w n until I fin.iily dc'[)osited tliem l)otii at school. Then I rc'alized somc'thing. I nt'ver did figure' out why Mireya needed to know what dav it was. Tanner Guillot, 4, ONLINE: MORE RECIPES Visit herald-zeltung.com for hundreds of more recipes. HZ Herald-Zeitung photos for sale WJIt herúld-zeitung.m^capture.comlmycapturel Ghostly good treats for kids OIMLINE Scan ttiis QR code to find more recipes or visit bit ly/oC6axH By Betty Taytor [tie Heratd/eitung |(K'I (lon/ales, c'ducation ((»ordin.itor at Me Kenna ( liildren's Musc'um, was busy cutting up bananas Tuc'sd.iy mornitig in the' [).ir- ______________ ty room at the* museum. It wouldn't be too 1 o n g before Ik' w o u I d h a v c' .ibout 1 2 little* eager t a c e* s I ookIn g up at him .ind joining him lor "Tasty Tue*sdays," a we*ekly e ooking c lass at I I .1 in. Tue'sdays, for all ages, .it the museum, 801 W. S.in Antonio St- "How did you sleep last night, Mr, (ionzak'Si'" askc'd 4 vc'ar-old K.illie Owens, a l.isty Tuc'sci.iys rc'gular. The c hildren had scram-blc'd to gc't tront row st'ats to ie.irn hou to m.ike Banana (iiiosts - half ot .1 banana (overc'd in whiti' almond bark, oulfitte'ci with mini ( hocolate' chips tor e've's .ind a mouth .ind thc'n [)lac e'd in the' tiec'/er tor a cou )le ot minute's to har(k'n the )ark, ■'This IS our most |,K)pular regular .u tivity," said Alic e le'well, museum director. "We offc'r this c lass all year. Wc' want kids to be com-lort.ible* in the kitchen and to dev(4op he.ilthy habits .IS an adult." The' c lass is tree w ith museum admission. No rc'gistration is reH|uire'd. Se*v-eral came with their "nanas." Partie ipants dis- BETTY mOR Betty Taylor is a Herald Zeitung statt writer Contact tier at t)[email protected] com. cussc'd some of the dishe's the'y pre'p.ire'd in [)revious c lasses. "We made' pc'anut buttc'r spicfc'rs. We .ilso m.ide cere*-al ne^cklac e's and bracelc'ts. Thc'y re.ilty liked those'," s.iid Melinda Price*, mom ot ^ye*ar-old Natalie' I’rice' and 2-ye'ar-oldApril Price'. Some itc'ms that are' made in tiu' Tasty Tue*sdays c lass inc lude a holiday-rc'l.ited thc'fiu'. For example, in De'cc'mbe'r, partie i-j)ants will make' a bagc'l wreath. "We will dye the c ream c hc'c'se for the bagel gree'n, and we will use rc'd, grc'c'n and yellow bell [)e'[)pers for the' lights for the' w'rc'ath," Cionzales s.iid. "We' try not to make .inything th.it ne'enls to l)c' cooke'd, bee ause we only have tlieir attc'ntion for so long. Thc'n, thc'y want to go back out and pl.»y." Tven just a c|uick 2-minute trec'ze time* for the' finishinl iroduc t was a little too muc 1 tor some*. rour-year-old Tanne*r (iuillot was busy trying to ste.il some* c|uick bites as his grandmotht'f, Debbie "Nana" ('luillot, tried to coax him to wait until afte*r McKenna Children's Museum lasty Tuesdavs r Banana Ghosts Bananas Vanilla almond bark Mini chocolate chips Popsicle sticks Remove' any stringv tilier^« frorti tlie-[iC'e'k'd banana, ( ut it in half width-wise'. Push a Popsicle stick into cM( h h.ilt through the cut end, Ihc'n cover e.K h [)op with plastK wr.ip .ind tre*(>/(' until tirm (about ] hours or ovc'rnight!. Next, place a [)iece c)t .ilmond bark in ihc' mu rowave lor 2 to > min'iif'^, \\ iili ,i l)ut ter knite, spread the almond bark onto the li.in.ina, Pl.n e th* utini * Imu oLiif c hips in place' tor the c'vc's and mouth. iy\URAMr^[N7lf it was froze'n. Whe'n ('.on-zales took the Banana C'lhosts from the frc'e'zc'r .ind st'rve'cl thc'm to their rightful owners, TaniK'r was the* first one' to finish e.rting his. For information about Tasty Tuesd.iys, tall 952S or visit www.mcken-nakids.org. Mini Pumpkin Pie Tarts iM( Kenna ( hildren's Musc'um) Yield: 4S tarts 3 packages (15 tarts each) prebaked frozen Fillo Shells (we used the Athens brand from HtBi 1    15'0Z can of pumpkin 2    cups (plus extra for garnish) of thawed whipped cream 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Kc'move' shells from fre*eze*r and let them th.ivv at room tc'mperaturc', for about \5 minute's. C om bine the pumpkin, whipped cream and )umpkin [)ie spic e in .i )owl, whisking until smooth. Spoon about I tablespopn ot filling into e\ich she'll, and thc-n top the' tarts with whip()»‘(,l topping and .1 sprinkle ot pumpkin pi(' spie e. Grandma’s Granola Balls (Me Kenna ( hildicn s Museum! 4 1/2 cups rolleO nats 1 cup lit purpost; Hour 1 tedspiHin bai',nil] soda 1    teas(K)un vaitill^i tract 2/3 cup buttei, sotieiied 1/2 cup l)(iney 1/3 cup [lacked Ik own sinjdi 2    cup'^ nimiatuie semisweot itioco late chins Prc'heat oven to 12 5 degrc'c's Fahrc'nhe'it. I ightK grease one* by I 5 inch pan. In a l.irgc' mixing Ih)wI combine the' oats, tlour, baking soda, vanill.i, l)utte.'r or margarine, honc>\ and brown sugar. Stir in the' 2 c ups assorte'd cho( ol.ite chips 1 raisins or nuts also c an be' .iddc'd), I iglitly press into the* pre' parc'd pan. B.ikc' at >2 5 degree's Fahit-nhett lor 18 to 22 minute's or until gold ('n 1)K )\\ ii, I <'i II»)l t< II 10 miiiuli( 111 nit( > b.ifs I ('t bars (I ()(((111 pan Ix'tOIC M ''IK iMDs; I H S( 'l\ |Mg Peanut Butter Granola Balls (M( Iv'MHi.i ( hildn'ii s \Uis<iiin) P(('p lini(' ' iniiuitc's ( (w >!•. !iin<■ I'' mtnu'i•> 'I ■( 'td, ' I I i.iHs 1.2    CUii : ,:'-v I ‘‘ ■' h'll!' 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