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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Tyler Tribute - Page 5 Summer cooking for kids to try Laura here from the hot The Family Fork add in the flour. Continue and balmy metropolis of on low speed until all Omaha. Typical weatherDanielle Brandt ingredients are incorpo- this summer has been in Darla Bakker ~ rated. Stop the mixer and the mid-90s with about scrape the sides of the 80 percent humidity...so bowl if needed. we've been making a lot Spread the mixture of popsicles! Aside from evenly into the dish. enjoying frozen treats, I've Microwave for 5 min- been working on updat- (length: 2x the size of a utes. Press TIME and ing the curriculum I use keyboard) and lay on a turn the selector dial to in my classroom - which CLEAN countertop. 5 minutes and press the includes revising some Invert/flip (turn pan selector dial twice. Make of my cooking labs. The away from you) onto thesure the metal rack is not recipes featured today are wax paper, removing from in the microwave. **DO some favorites that I use the pan. NOT bake longer than 5 with my middle-school Divide onto plates, min. students. They are a hit -- Clean up. Enjoy! While the brownies are I'm talking - not a crumb Microwave Brown- baking, clean upI ***Don't left in sight! ies: Measuring skills are empty water until brown- With summer in full practiced and the hand ie pan etc. have been swing you may have kids mixer is used. It is unique washed. at home - I thought these that these bake in the Using oven mitts, re- would be good for your microwave ...because ofmove the brownies from kids to tryI As mentioned this baking method theythe microwave and place before, these recipes are are best eaten fresh and onto wire cooling rack. great for young cooks on the same day. Do NOTAllow brownies to cool learning how to measure, bake longer than stated, for a minute or two before using the stove and oven, Students love how my cutting. Cut into 6 pieces. hand mixer etc. classroom smells and itDivide onto plates. Caramel Rolls: This is usually trickles out into Finish cleaning. Enjoy. a soo good and pretty the school hallways! Red Beans and Rice: quick --- kids learn how Microwave Brownies This is an excellent way to measure, use the stove Cooking spray for kids to learn how to and oven and make a cup margarine {this prepare a rice dish. This is caramel sauce. This is one is equivalent to ONE filling and has great flavor. I do with my 6th graders.., stick!) Adjust to your own taste great practice for remov- cup cocoa powder preference. The cheese at ing items from the oven 2 eggs the end of optional. We do as well. i tsp. vanilla add in class, unless a food Caramel Rolls tsp. salt allergy is present. I am Cooking spray I cup sugar typically not a Velveeta 1 can refrigerator s,4 c. flour "fan" but it has its place. biscuits Over the sink, take theRed Beans and Rice cup margarine or cooking spray and lightly pepper** butter (This is of a spray the sides and bot- i piece of smoked sau- stick...so take a stick and tom of a square, glass sage** cut in half) baking pan. cup diced tomatoes** cup brown sugar Place the margarine in a cup kidney beans** 1 Tbsp. water small glass bowl. Remove I tsp. chili powder tsp. cinnamon the metal rack from theI cup water Preheat oven to 400 microwave. Place bowl I cup rice degrees, into the microwave. Press 2 oz. Velveeta cheese** Measure all ingredients. TIME and turn the selec- **These ingredients Spray sides and bottom tor dial to 40 seconds and will be sitting out in a of cake pan with cooking press the dial twice, designated area by your spray. Using an oven mitt, re-teacher. Separate the 10 biscuits move the margarine fromUsing a cutting board and cut each biscuit into the microwave. Pour/ and knife, cut pepper into FOUR pieces, scrape the margarine into rough dice. Cut sausage Arrange the dough a large mixing bowl. into rings. pieces into the pan. Add the cocoa powder Heat a non-stick skillet Melt the margarine in to the margarine. Using a or non-stick stockpot on the saucepan using me- rubber scraper, blend the med. high heat. Add sau- dium heat. cocoa into the margarine, sage and pepper. Cook for Add the brown sugar, Crack the eggs one at aapproximately 5 minutes water, and cinnamon to time into a custard bowl until sausage is lightly the margarine, to check for shell pieces browned. Use medium-high heat, etc. Add one at a time to Add beans, tomatoes, heat the mixture to boil- the large mixing bowl. chili powder, water, and ing, stirring occasionally. Add the vanilla, salt, and rice. Mix well. Bring to a Once it reaches a boil (big sugar to the large mixing boil, stirring occasionally. constant bubbles!), stir bowl. Cover with a lid. Lower constantly and turn off the Using the electric mixer heat to medium-low and burner immediately, on LOW SPEED, slowly heat for 5-7 minutes until Carefully drizzle the blend the ingredients to- rice is tender. Try rice caramel sauce over the gether. After a short time if needed to make sure dough balls, mixing, shut off the mixer cooked thoroughly. Bake for 10-12 min- and scrape the sides of the Add cheese and break utes, until golden brown, mixing bowl. Remix again into pieces. Cook and stir While these are baking, on LOW SPEED. until melted. tear a piece of wax paper Gradually and slowly Serve. Clean up. Enjoy! annual meeti 14 The public is cordial- with a dinner, ous projects and programs. ly invited to attend the This year's guest speak- Fauth will also discuss how Southwest Regional De- er is Wade Fauth, Vice-we can best continue to velopment Commission's President of the Blandin partner to serve the needs annual meeting on Thurs- Foundation. Mr. Fauth will of our rural communities. day, July 14. The meeting be giving a background on Advance registration is will be held at Bello Cucina the Blandin Foundation necessary. If you are at- Banquet Room, Marshall.and how they have been tending the meeting only, Following a brief business partnering with our com- there is no charge. Please meeting, the SRDC's an-munities and the Regional RSVP by calling the SRDC nual meeting will begin at Development Organiza- Office at 507/836-1644 4 p.m. and will conclude tions in the state on vari- prior to June 29. City Council continued from page 3. Street until more informa- tion can be gathered. Approved a one-year partnership with Western Community Action for the Conservation Improve- ment Program (CIP). Next meeting of the Ty- ler City Council will be July 11, due to the July 4 holi- day. Photo by Mark Wilmes Left: Accountant Matt Taubert of Meulebroeck, Taubert & Co. of Pip- estone went over the annual audit report with the Tyler City Council at Monday's meeting. SWEC board perintendent who provides Houck. continued from page I services as a superintendent The investigation was A review of the recording to all ofSWEC's member dis- conducted by an outside, from the open portion of the tricts, neutral investigator retained May 26 meeting revealedAt the June 20 meeting of by SWEC. Upon comple- that while the SWEC Board the Board of the RTR School tion of the investigation, the took no official action, the District, during a discussion SWEC Board reviewed the Buffalo Ridge Newspapers of the services provided by results of the investigation could find no statementSuperintendent Houck, at and decided not to take any confirming that the inves- leastonememberoftheRTR action, disciplinary or oth- tigation was complete or Board disclosed non-public erwise against Superinten- that there was no need for data about Superintendent dent HoucE Superintendent action. Bruce HoucE Houck continues to serve as The statement from the As Superintendent an employee of SWEC and SWEC Board from last week Houck's employer, SWEC the SWEC board stands be- is as follows: submits the following pub- hind Superintendent Houck RTR is a member of the lic information about him. If you have any questions, South West Educational Co- SWEC received a complaint please contact SWEC Board operative ("SWEC"), a joint containing allegations Chair Nick Citterman. Nick. powers entity of which the against Superintendent Citterman@hendrickspub- Hendricks Public Schools Houck In response to the licschools.org and the Lynd Public Schools complaint, SWEC conducted are also members. Super- a full and thorough inves- intendent Bruce Houck is tigation of the allegations employed by SWEC as a su- against Superintendent iven information complaint By Tammy Mathison The summary of normal days to request a hearing. hendrickspioneer@gmail, and usualinvoices paidin Dunblazier expanded corn April and May were alsoon this information, say- reviewed, ing he had found in the The SWEC Joint Powers There were no Board newspaper that he no Board met at Hendricks Member reports, longer had a position. She Public School on Monday, In his report, Superin-had spoken with him, and June 27 with all members, tendent Houck told the he had said that he was Nick Citterman, Tom Ol- boardthe dates have been hired to teach a business son, Terry Gordon, Mike set for the August inser- class and found there was Pochardt, Michelle Wil- vices. Houck said thereno class to teach. He was liams and Peggy Dunbla- was more information input in the position of IT zier, present. Also pres- the printed report he had with the only option to ent were Superintendent given to board members,work with iPads. He had Bruce Houck and Busi- At their last regular been told in the second ness Manager Mary Sw- meeting held in March, semester that he would enson, the board had instructed have a teaching position, As there was concern Houck to look into pric- and when the second se- expressed regarding the ing for leasing a vehicle, mester came around there agenda, SWEC Board Houck presented at Mon-wasstillno teachingposi- members would like the day's meeting lease pro- tion. He had expressed agenda in advance of posals for the board tohis disappointment to their regular board meet- review. Dunblazier want- Dunblazier on how it all ings so agenda items can ed to hold off on making had happened. be discussed in advance any decisions as RTRmay Dunblazier pointed oftheSWECmeetingwith be withdrawing from theout to the board that the full boards in each ]oint Powers. Other board the teacher should not district, and, if necessary members felt the priceshave had to find out in add items to the agenda were rather high, and it the newspaper that he before. After discussing was decided to look fur- no longer had a position. this at length, the SWEC ther to find additionalHouck said that the news- Board set a deadline for pricing and the issues paper published it before the preliminary agenda was tabled, the teacher received the to go out, a deadline for Under a personnel mat- notice that had been sent. agenda items to be added ter the board learned that If a Veteran Hearing and a date the final agen- a Veteran Hearing may is requested, the SWEC da will go out. This was be requested by a SWEC Board could have either approved unanimously, teacher (Ed Smedsrud) the full board or repre- Billswere reviewed and who is a disabled veteran sentatives present. It was approved as presented and no longer has a teach- decided to have a full for June. ing position. 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