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12 The Julian News (Family Features) It's the time of year when the weather can be unpredictable, making a trip to the grocery store undesirable at best, or even outright dangerous. Keeping your pantry stocked with some basic necessities can help ensure you're ready to hunker down and keep things cozy and warm in the kitchen. Baking necessities: There's nothing like baking to chase away a blustery day, so keep an ample supply of traditional baking needs on hand. Include all-purpose flour and sugar (white, brown and confectioners) along with baking powder, baking soda and common flavorings like vanilla and almond extract. If you enjoy making pastries from scratch, add a tub of shortening and don't forget the nonstick spray. Meal makers: A supply of rice, pasta and beans can make it easy to round out a meal no matter what type of protein and other groceries you have available. These can each be used to create an array of hearty soups, stews and noodle-based dishes to warm you from the inside out. Simple sides: Keeping a well- stocked pantry means you can serve up great-tasting, Sunday Cindy Brook Winteri ng not too late to winterize for the birds. Do you have enough high-fat foods like peanuts, black oil sunflower seed, suet cakes or nuggets? Do you need to attach a roosting box to a fence post? Are your heated birdbaths plugged in? Does your de-icer work? The birds will thank you. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl, 2016 King Fea~res Syr~l~ate, Ii~c. Staples dinner-worthy side dishes with every meal. Canned veggies and fruit are a start, but you can take it up a notch by adding savory side dishes such as Idahoan Signature Russets mashed potatoes, which taste as if you peeled, boiled and mashed them yourself. Sold in a convenient re-sealable pouch for freshness, they have a smooth taste like original homemade mashed potatoes with just a hint of butter and cream. They can be made in just 5 minutes using milk and butter, or, if you have to skip that run to the store, just water. Sauces and condiments: Even the bare basics can take on an appetizing new flair when you add flavor with sauces and condiments. Jarred sauces like marinara and alfredo make it easy to bypass fresh produce and cream when you're in a pinch, while mayonnaise paired To Stock Your Pantry with distinctive flavors like spicy amazing flavors out of everyday mustard or honey let you build foods using the right spices and your own creamy sauces. An seasonings. For starters, invest array of oils and vinegars can in sea salt and pepper grinders. serve diverse purposes, from Garlic is another versatile staple; marinades to dressings to dips. the powder is a good substitute Other dry goods: If you're when fresh or minced garlic isn't uncertain what your spice rack available. Then build out the rest should hold, you're not alone, of your collection based on the Even amateurs can tease foods you like best. Basil, thyme and oregano are common picks. Add some heat with crushed red or cayenne pepper, and don't forget another versatile favorite: cinnamon. Find more staples to help stock your pantry at ( The Julian News spreads the word about what is going on in the back country. Get the word out about your activities every week of the year. I I,oveflyingover . "_:aentia| Inau urat; , ;>, all the eventW . * 2017 "1 15 Pets at the White House A Packed Schedule! 1. Wreath Laying Ceremony------- 2, Make America Great Again! Celebration . 3. Vice President's Swearing-In 4. President's Swearing-In ceremol 5. Inaugural Address 6. Departure of the outgoing 7. Inaugural 8. Inaugural Parade 9. Inaugural Balls 11 2 6 9 13 10. National Prayer Service 14 * A. New President and First Lady escort former President and First Lady from B. President-elect gives an oath pledging to serve the American people.'This moment when the President-elect becomes the President! C. Vice President-elect gives oath to uphold American values. D. Many groups in Washington D.C. hold fancy celebrations in the evening. E. This is held after ceremonies are over; more people are expected to attend this other event; balloons and confetti will rain onto the streets. the Capitol. is the than any January 11, 2017 Chef's Corner continued from page 6 in a nonstick skillet over medium- high heat, Saute the chicken mixture, stirring to break up the pieces, until the chicken is almost cooked through. 3. Add the potato, onion and remaining canola oil, cook until the potatoes begin to brown. Remove from heat and mash mixture. Top each of 4 tortillas with an equal amount of chicken mixture. Top with shredded Cheddar cheese, then another tortilla. Spray a griddle or nonstick skillet with non-stick cooking spray. 4. Cook the quesadillas over medium heat until both sides are crisp, turning once. To prepare the Salsa: In a small bowl, mix together the avocado, tomato, onion, garlic, cilantro, chili, lime juice, salt and pepper until well- combined. Cut quesadillas into wedges and serve with the salsa. Makes 4 servings Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children's author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is "The Kitchen Diva's Diabetic Cookbook." Her website is To see how- to videos, recipes and much, much more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook and go to Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. 2013 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medeafis In 1869, Dr. Brown's Celery Tonic E President and Vice President go to a religious service at Washington National Cathedral. tk went on sale for the first time. The drink consisted of soda G. President-elect visits Arlington National Cemetery, lays flowers to honor fallen soldiers, water and crushed celery seed. H. Food prepared to the taste of incoming President; served to politicians, family and friends. It also helped to spark a celery craze in the late 19th century I. After being sworn in, new President speaks to the American people of future plans, that included celery-flavored soft drinks, celery gum, celery soup J. One last thank-you to the American people before officially becoming the t and elixir of celery. spelling or grammar. 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State laws forbid discrimination based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will net knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby served notice that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. To forbid us anything is to make us have a mindfor it. ROOM FOR RENT for a single person. --Michelde Montaigne Must be .quiet, neat and No alcohol, , , , smoking or drugs. $160.00 weekly. Please call - 760-550-373312/28 Trivia Time continued from page 6 5. HISTORY: What was the beginning point of the Oregon trail, followed westward by 19th-century settlers? 6. PSYCHOLOGY: What is the fear represented in autophobia? 7. U.S. STATES: The Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is focused on what? 8. ANATOMY: What is the name of the facial muscle that allows you to raise your eyebrows? 9. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What primate species lives on the Rock of Gibraltar in southern Spain? 10. FIRSTS & LASTS: Which U.S. astronaut kvas the last person to stand on the moon? Answers l. Ralph Edwards 2. Thomas Paine 3. "Child's Play" 4. Bangkok, Thailand 5. St. Louis 6. Fear of being alone 7. Skeletons 8. The frontalis 9. Barbary monkeys 10. Gene Ceman 2016 King Features Syndicate, Inc. continued from page 7 1. Matt Kemp, in 2015. 2. One, for the Cincinnati Reds in 1978. 3. It was the final poll of the 1981 season. 4. The 1966-67 Chicago Bulls. 5. He tallied 975 goals. 6. Bulgaria's Yordan Yovchev. 7. Three times. 2016 King Features Syndicate, Inc. k ' t t J