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Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Tyler Tribute - Page 5 Introducin Th Family Fork Hello! My name is Danielle Brandt. My hus- band Dean and our three kids live on an acreage between Florence and Ruthton. I inherited a love for cooking, baking and reading cookbooks from my mom, Darla Bakker. Mom has published two editions of her own cook- book, Darla Bakker's Best, and continues to be an inspiration in the kitchen. We are excited to be able to share recipes with you starting this week through the newspaper! Here are three easy recipes that are favorites at our house: Crunchy Vegetable Dip (found in a newspaper) 1 (8oz) pkg. softened cream cheese (full or 1/3 less fat) 1 T mayonnaise (or greek yogurt) 1T lemon juice (fresh preferred) t. salt t. pepper 3A c. finely grated car- rots c. diced celery c. diced green pepper The Family Fork Danielle Brandt Darla Bakker c. diced green omon In a bowl, beat cream cheese, mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt and pepper until smooth. Stir in vegetables. Cover and refrigerate for 2-3 hrs. Serve with crackers, other vegetables to dip or as a sandwich spread. Fruit Popsicles (from Pinterest) Cut a variety of fruits into small pieces. Ba- nanas, strawberries, blueberries, kiwi, etc. all work well. Put pieces into popsicle molds or Dixie cups. Pour lemonade over fruit to fill. Freeze and enjoy! Barbecued Beef Sandwiches (from Taste of'Home) i boneless beef chuck roast 1 c. ketchup c. brown sugar c. barbecue sauce 2 3". Worcestershire sauce i t. liquid smoke, op- tional 2 T. Dijon mustard t. salt t. garlic powder t. pepper 12 sandwich buns, spit Sliced onions, pickles, etc. optional Cut roast in half and place in 3-4 quart slow cooker. In a small bowl, combine ketchup, brown sugar, barbecue sauce, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, liquid smoke if desired and seasonings. Pour over beef. Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours or until meat is ten- der. Remove meat; cook slightly. Skim fat from cooking liquid. Shred beef with two forks; return to slow cooker. Cover and cook until heated back through. Serve using slotted spoon. Is easily doubled and can also be cooked overnight. Freezes well, too! Very tasty! Thunderstorms cause power outages in surrounding areas Strong thunderstorms in the area. East Riverlator on an East River Elec- Saturday night knocked Electric supplies powertric transmission pole. The out power to about 2,000 to Lyon-Lincoln Electric City of Tyler lost power for homes in Lincoln and Lyon Cooperative which serves a little over an hour and counties in southwestern consumers in the affected rural areas around Rus- Minnesota after some mi- area. sell, Dudley and Amiret nor damage to East River At around 9 p.m. Satur-lost power for about 20 Electric Power Coopera-day the power went out minutes. Power was com- tive's high-voltage trans- after the storms moved pletely restored just after mission infrastructure through, breaking an insu- 10 p.m, Zac Thooft of Arco brought home in state-wide competition, and tional competition. 512 Submitted photo the gold medal for Industrial Motor Controls this past weekend he placed third in the na- Relay For Life meaningful research, ser- sues their priority," Peter- 4 continued from page 1 vices and programs for son revealed. hope." our cancer patients andRelay For Life of Lincoln Relay For Life Senior their families, help Ameri- County is always looking Manager Molly Peterson can Cancer Society con-for new teams and vol- of Eagan says that the tinue our education efforts unteers. In a few months, funds raised each year go of early detection and pre- they will start gearing up to many different aspects vention, and of course our for the 2016 event. The of fighting cancer, advocacy efforts to ensure event will spend one more "The funds raised at the that our State, Congress, year in Lake Benton before Relay For Life of Lincoln and White House continue moving to Hendricks in County are going towardto make cancer fightingis- ]une of 2017. , , FSA assists beginning not more than 10 years;the county's average size farmers to finance agricul- Will materially and sub- farm. tural enterprises. Under stantially participate in the Additional program in- these designated farm loan operation of the farm; formation, loan applica- programs, FSA can provide Agrees to participate in tions, and other materials financing to eligible appli- a loan assessment, bor-are available at your local cants through either direct rower training and finan- USDA Service Center. You or guaranteed loans. FSA cial management programmay also visit www.fsa. defines a beginning farmer sponsored by FSA; as a person who: Does not own a farm Has operated a farm for in excess of 30 percent of Minnesota West Com- and service occupations, work. SkilIsUSA also pro- munity and Technical Col- including health occupa- motes understanding of lege competed at National tions in high schools and the free enterprise system Level at SkillsUSA. college/technical schools, and involvement in corn- While attending the SkillsUSA has more thanmunity service activities. SkillsUSA Minnesota State 350,000 members annu- For more information: Leadership and Skills Con- ally, organized into 13,000, ferencein Minneapolis this chapters and 54 state and MinnesotaWestCommu- past spring, Zac Thooft of territorial associations (in- nity and Technical College Arco brought home the cluding the District of Co- offers over 60 technical gold medal while compet- lumbia, Puerto Rico, Guam career and liberal arts ma- ing in Industrial Motorand the Virgin Islands). jors on five southwest Min- .Controls. This past week- SkillsUSA prepares nesota campuses in Canby, Zac and Electrical Americgs high perfor- Granite Falls, ]acksoa, Pip- Instructor and SkillsUSA mance workers. It pro- estone, and Worthington co-advisor Judy Drown at- vides quality educationas well as learning sites tended the SkillsUSA Na- experiences for students in Luverne, Marshall, and tional Competition in Lou- in leadership, teamwork, Redwood Falls. The col- isville, Ky. We are pleased citizenship and character lege is a leader in distance to announce that Zac took development. Itbuilds and learning and Internet de- third place in Industrial reinforces self-confidence, livery. Minnesota West is Motor Controls. work attitudes and com-a member institution of SkillsUSA is a nationalmunications skills, the Minnesota State Col- organization serving high It emphasizes total qual- leges and Universities Sys- schoolandcollegestudents ity at work, high ethical tem, the largest provider and professional members standards, superior work of higher education in the enrolled in training pro- skills, life-long education state of Minnesota. grams in technical, skilled, and pride in the dignity of N, Tyler Street ;6178 LINCOLN COUNTY VETERAN SERVICES Dan Kuss, Veterans Service Officer 319 N. Rebecca St. I PO Box29 lvanhoe, MN 56142 Phone 507-215-3159 I Fax 507-694-1198 ~e~ep (o) rl Hearing Center LLC Repair all makes and models Hearing exams and sales House calls available Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Fri. 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. 1511 Carlson Street, Marshall, MN 507-532-3353 Toll free 877-801-1988 When you need us, we'll be here. Walter Chesshir, MD Steven Snow, MD Eric Ocampo, MD Family Practice Internal MedicineEndocrinology Cosmetic Procedures LuAnn Weber, PA-C Marcia Kelts, CNP Family Practice Family Practice Call for an appointment: Tyler Healthcare Center (507) 247-5521 or 1-800-644-6813 Avera John Utoft, D.D.S. Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 197 N. Tyler St. Tyler, MN 56178 507-247-5591 or 888-642-5591 Utoff-Johansen Chapels 507-247-3816 or 507-368-9385 Visit us at Serving your community Christopher Johnson PEOPLE ARE SEARCHING FOR YOUR INFORMATION. Help everyone find your information with an advertisement in the Tyler Tribute Professional Directory. 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