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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, November 26, 1997 Talking00Turke3 #1 Carving Is As Easy As 1,2,3! #2 I \\; P (NAPS)--You can carve like a pro with three simple tips: #1mUse A Good, Sharp Knife A sharp, non-serrated carving knife cuts thinner, more even slices. Serrated knives are like saws: they tend to tear meat. A razor-sharp knife cuts smoothly and won't shred tender meat. You don't have to be an expert to put a professional edge on your knife. New, easy-to-use CheisChoice * knife sharpeners have built-in angle guides to give you razor-sharp edges. They use 100 percent diamond abrasives to quickly and safely sharpen top quality knives. For recommenda- tions on a sharpener that's right for you, call EdgeCraft, (800) 342-3255. #2.--Make a Long, Deep Base Cut Before carving, cool the roasted turkey for 15 minutes to make the meat firmer and easier to slice. Remove and set aside the turkey legs and the last joint of each wing. Make a long, deep (to the bone) horizontal "base cut" ifito the breast just above the wing. #3--Slice Down to the Base Cut Slice down vertically through the breast to the "base cut" to release perfect, even slices. It's that easy! Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas, C00COMPANY REALTY (707) 89,1-00,1:I 7 "Satisfaction Guarantee00 m Colleen Jones Serving Our Country, Serving Our Communities Sweet And Simple Holiday Gifts From The Kitchen (NAPS)--Baking something sweet and simple is one of the best and most inexpensive ways to bring a smile to the faces of friends, neighbors or anyone you want to acknowledge at holiday time. First you need a recipe that doesn't require a long list of ingre- dients or take hours to prepare, but is still special and tasty. Canned crushed pineapple adds the tangy- sweet flavor to Pineapple Toffee Cookies. It's a perfect match with chocolate-covered toffee baking chips and brown sugar--adding a fruity quality to the frosting. Present the cookies on a festive paper plate or platter, wrapped in clear plastic wrap and tied with a bow. Or put them in a lined basket or tin with an added gi such as a linen tea towel, a coffee or tea mug, a small tin of tea or a half pound of good coffee. PINEAPPLE BUTTERSCOTCH SQUARES Prep: 20 min. Bake: 45 min. Makes: 24 servings 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoons baking powder teaspoon salt cup margarine 1 cup packed brown sugar cup granulated sugar 1 can (20 oz.) DOLE Crushed Pineapple, well drained 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup (6 oz.) butterscotch chips 1 cup chopped nuts, toasted Vegetable cooking spray Powdered sugar, garnish (optional) Combine flour, baking powder and salt in small bowl; set aside. Beat together margarine, brown suffar and granulated Pineapple Butterscotch Squares and Pineapple Toffee Cookies use the tangy flavor of canned, crushed pineapple to make a special treat. sugar in large bowl until creamy. Add pineapple, eggs and vanilla; beat until blended. Stir in flour mixture, butter- scotch and nuts until blended. * Pour into 13 x 9-inch bak- ing pan sprayed with vegetable cooking spray. Bake at 350F, 40 to 45 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool completely in pan on wire rack. Dust cooled cake with powdered sugar, if desired. Cut into squares. PINEAPPLE TOFFEE COOKIES Prep: 20 min. Bake: 18 min. Makes: 48 cookies 1 can (20 oz.) DOLE  Crushed Pineapple 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoons baking powder cup margarine, softened 3/4 cup granulated sugar 3/4 cup packed brown sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3/4 cup chocolate-covered toffee baking chips Vegetable cooking spray Pineapple Icing, recipe follows (optional) Drain pineapple well; reserve 2 tablespoons for icing, if desired. Combine flour and baking powder in small bowl; set aside. Beat together margarine, granulated sugar and brown sugar in large bowl until creamy. Add egg, vanilla and pineapple; beat until blended. Stir in flour mixture and toffee until blended. Drop dough by table- spoonful onto cookie sheets sprayed with vegetable cook- ing spray. Bake at 350F, 15 to 18 min- utes or until edges are browned and cookies are golden brown. Cool slightly: carefully remove to wire rack to cool completely. Drizzle icing over cooled cook- ies, if desired. Store cookies in container in refrigerator. Pineapple Icing: Stir togeth- er cup powdered sugar and enough reserved pineapple juice to make thick icing con- sistency, until blended in small bowl. Photos courtesy, of Dole" Food Co. ( Rains have caused all northern rivers to rise and increase the wa- , flows. : Huge numbezs of fish ere now on the move and should be found in all rivers. Reports indicate big numbers of salmon and some steelhead in the system, with a 50 pound king caught near high rock on the eel. As of Tues- day, all rivers are open with the exception of the of the Mattole, which will be open in January at the earliest. The amount of rainfall in the current storm will determine how fishable these rivers will be. Cur- rently there is a lot of mud in the system making fishing tough, but they could clear quickly if we don't get heavy rains in the next few days. Last weekend salmon ac- tion was hot on the Eel until Sun- day rains blew out the river. If you encounter muddy conditions, roe will be your best bet. If rivers clear, switch to large spinners. All river fishermen should pick up a copy of sport fishing regula- tions supplement No. 2 if you are not familiar with all restrictions. Silver salmon not only must be released, but it is illegal to net or take them out of the water! They must be released while still in the water on the end of your line. Possible fines of $400 per fish are in line for keeping silvers, with jail time a possibility. Remember, sil- vers have a light lower gum line, while the kings have a dark one Ducks and geese are now in the Sacramento Valley. Reports of big numbers of snows and a lot of new ducks are getting hunters ready for what they hope will be a good weekend. LastWednesday shoots were dampened at some refuges by heavy early morning fog. Sut- ter Refuge had good reports for Wednesday hunters. Junior hunters will have a spe- cial hunt set aside for them Satur- day, Dec. 20 at the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. They have 46 four-man blinds which will be reserved for junior hunters only. Some of these blinds are a long walk, but it is the perfect place to take a young hunter just starting out. Call 916-934-2801 for more information. Mark you calendar for Thurs- day, Dec. 4. Longs in Ukiah will offer two free seminars - one on steelhead fishing and another on waterfowl hunting in our refuge system. More details and times will follow. Clear Lake - action has been outstanding for quality large- mouth, plastics,spinners, and jerk baits work well during the day with the larger fish being caught at night on power worms and liz- ards. Latest electroshock surveys have shown a large number of crappie in the lake with anglers catching quite a few in the 2.5 pound range. Try drifting min- nows or crappie jigs around brush and docks. Catfishing has been slow. Lake Mendocino - striper action was hot before the recent rains with reports of a 19 pound lme- sidebeing caught. riillimllimmlmmlimmlm : CloverdaleTelephone [ Directory Listings , New Listing or Listing Change for 1998 Directory i Please place a check mark in the appropriate box/ : I *New Numberl--] **Corrected Listing r-] I i I I Name I I Address I I I I Phone Number I | *if you have changed your Phone Number from the 1997 I I Cloverdale Telephone Directory use this form to indicate your I II new number. **if your number in the 1997 Directory was I | incorrect use this form to correct it. | l SEND THIS FORM TO THE CLOVERDALE REVEILLE l l PO BOX 157, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 l mm- mm m m m m m m me m m m m m m mm mm m m mm m mm mll SILV IRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS i ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES ,= & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. I 985 Healdsburg Ave. I Healdsburg 433-2424 I JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood I-Iwy.-Gtmcville PUBLIC NOTICE The of the drinking served by Water No. 4901179, Empire Sawmill, the month of 1997, exceeded maximum level as specified Section 64426.1 title of the California Regulations (CCR). of Health Servi( (Department) sets ddnk water standards and determined that presence of total cotifo is a possible hea concem. Total are common in environment and generally not themselves. The of these bacteria drinking water, generally is a result problem with treatment or the whi and indicates that water may contaminated organisms that can ca disease. symptoms may diarrhea and any and fatigue. The symptoms, however not just associated disease causii organisms in drinkii water, but also may caused by a number factors other than drinking water. Department has set to reduce the adverse health effe( Under this standard, more than 5.0 the samples during a month contain these bacteria sy more samples per than 40 samples month cannot have than one ttat without violating standard. Drinking which meets is usually not with a health risk disease-causing and should be considelt safe. This notification of public is being compliance with 64464, title 22 of the as a means of keeping ! public informed. Persons wishing information shod contact: Nolan at 894-4241. #161 Nov. 26, 1997 AVON CALLING 894-3559 Bonnie Goodman GROWERS Supply & Irrigation irrigation Systems -Farm Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. I Itealdsburg J FREE DEUVERY 433-4838 . TERMS