Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 29, 1993 · Page 7
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 7

Ukiah, California
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Tuesday, June 29, 1993
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•THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1993 — 7 Berries- Continued from Page 6 Cooking cues Fragile as they are, berries need to be handled carefully when you're cooking with them, too. • For batters and sauces, add them last, stirring or folding gently so the berry juice won't mash or bleed. • For thin batters, such as cakes and pancakes, berries may sink because of their weight. For pan- cakes, you can add the berries after you pour the batter onto the griddle. • For thick batters, such as muffins and biscuits, you can fold berries into the batter. • In baked fruit desserts, expect berries to juice out and lose their shape. They will still have the same fruity flavor. Nancy Byal is the food editor of Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. Tom Lefebvre sights In through a bicycle wheel. Behind him are a few of the bikes which hang In his garage. All you ever wanted to know about bikes Learn just about all there is to know about bicycles. Join the basic bike care class which will be held weekly at Frank Zeek School beginning July 7. Two class times will be offered — at 4 and 6:30 p.m. The instructor is Tom Lefebvre. Sponsored by the Ukiah Community Services Department, all the care of choosing and maintaining a bicycle will be taught by Lefebvre. He will instruct students how to maintain a bicycle, perform necessary repairs, preventive maintenance and modify the bike for the best fit. They will learn how to choose the right bicycle, understand how it works, diagnose what is wrong with it and completely fix it. Among the specifics to be taught will be flat tire repair; brake maintenance; chain cleaning; lubrication and adjustment; brake and shift cables; headset, rear and front wheel and crank bearings; wheel alignment and adjustments. This is an excellent opportunity for people, young and old, to develop mechanical skills even if somewhat unskilled with tools. Lefebvre has been employed at Trinity School and Redwood Coast Regional Center. Currently he is a picture framer, but his avocation centers around the bicycle. He also has been involved in Big Brothers/Little Brothers for 22 years. He is still in touch with "little" brothers in Minnesota and California. He is a 4-H project leader with the Ukiah Shamrock Club. Lefebvre has 20 bicycles hanging from the ceiling of his garage, including his first two-wheeler. Enrollment forms are available in the Ukiah Summer Recreation Program booklet, or call 463-6236. Notes- Continued from Page 6 "Soundings" by Willits artist Mary Porter. The exhibit opens at 2 p.m. Saturday with a reception. It will continue through Aug. 3. Porter's large black and white drawings are derived from' careful study v o'f fiatui'e'& forms #nd- processes. r . Objects from the landscape are magnified, simplified, stretched 'arid pulled apart. The museum is located at 400 E. Commercial St. in Willits. It is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 459-7897 for more information. Laytonville grad gets scholarship Violet Hales, who just graduated from Laytonville High School, was the recipient of a $500 scholarship from the Mendocino Division 55 of the California Retired Teachers Association. Hales plans a career in teaching. Chosen from a group of 11 applicants, Hales had a good academic record and had contributed to the school and community. Host families needed for students Nacel Cultural Exchange has openings for host families for 60 French and Spanish teen-agers planning to. spend four weeks in the United States. The students are ages 13 to 18 and will stay with host families July 5 through Aug. 2 and July 24 through Aug. 21 . It is not necessary for host families to speak a foreign language because the foreign students have studied English. The young people bring their own spending money and have insurance coverage. For more information, call 1-800-NACELLE. Officers named for history buffs The Mendocino County Historical Society has chosen its new officers. Dr. William Owens of Point Arena, was elected president, with Phyllis McMillen of Anchor Bay as first vice-president and Martha Biaggi of Manchester as secretary. Eleanor Campbell of Fort Bragg will continue as second vice-president and Lila Lee of Ukiah, treasurer. The Historical Society has its headquarters at the Held-Poage Memorial Home and Research Library in Ukiah where a collection of books, magazines, newspapers, maps, photographs, census records, mortuary records and genealogy files are maintained by Lee. The material is available for use by researchers, scholars and those interested in Mendocino County's history. The society also published books on county history and has 22 tides available on topics from "Indian Use of Plants' 1 td^What^ecame of the Little Red School '-'' " v • Membership is open to all and yearly membership fees are $5. For more information, contact any of the officers. Plan for the 'Freedom Celebration' If you're looking for something different to do on the 4th of July this year, which falls on a Sunday, you are invited to join a celebration at Todd Grove Park at 10 a.m. Hosted by Trinity Baptist Church of Ukiah, the non-denominational freedom celebration is to promote appreciation for the freedom we have been provided as individuals, a community, nation and spiritually. The Rev. Don Parker, pastor of the church, said, "It is the hope of our church that this celebration becomes an annual event in which the entire community will participate." Besides featuring patriotic sing-along music, the celebration will feature short speeches on various issues affecting our freedom. Congressman Dan Hamburg has been invited to talk about "our rights in a free land." Other dignitaries bringing short addresses are Ukiah Mayor Fred Schneiter, Fred Keplinger, public safety director for Ukiah, and The Rev. Don Parker. Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts will also participate by leading in a flag processional. Sit in the shade at the wooden stage. Everyone attending will have the opportunity to sing patriotic songs. Following the program, the community is invited to. participate in a_njcnic, potluck style. For more information on how people from the community can be involved, call the church at 462-8569. PV High looking for cheerleaders Anyone who would like to be a cheerleader at Potter Valley High School should contact Laura Oberfeld, 743-1148. There will be a mandatory meeting Thursday at the school. Dips- Continued from Page 6 vors. Serve at room temperature. Makes about 4 cups. Note: To cook the eggplant in a microwave oven instead of baking it, place the halves cut side do wn on a greased, microwave-safe dish. Cook on high (100 percent power) for 5 to 6 minutes, or until tender. ITALIAN BEAN DIP Two 15-ounce cans cannellini beans (white kidney beans) 4 oil-packed, sun-dried tomato halves, drained and chopped, or roasted red psppew 2 TW. chPppd fa* b a*d * parsley . .... 2 TW. extrft'Virgm olive oil 2 TW. lemon juice 2 .large garlic cloves, crushed through a press '/< tsp. salt '/i tsp. pepper Place beans in a large colander; rinse thoroughly under cold water. Drain well. In a medium bowl or food processor, combine beans, sun-dried tomatoes, basil, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper. Mix until the dip is well blended and beans are slightly mashed but maintain some texture. If made in advance, cover and refrigerate. Makes 2'/ cups. SPICY BROCCOLI SPREAD 2 cups broccoli flowerets 2 Tbl. water K cup chopped onion 1 small clove garlic, minced 'A tsp. crushed dried red pepper flakes 2 Tbl. olive oil 2 Tbl. grated Parmesan cheese Assorted crackers or thinly sliced French bread, toasted In a 1-quart microwave-safe casserole cook broccoli and water, covered, on 100 percent (high) power for 5 to 7 minutes or until tender. Drain. Meanwhile, in a small skillet cook onion, garlic and red flakes in hot olive oil until goli about 10 minutes. In a blender container or food processor bowl container combine onion mixture, broccoli and Parmesan cheese. Cover and blend until smooth. Transfer to a small bowl or ramekin; "Studio 3 Presents" has moved to channel 50 KFTY Wednesdays at ll:30am - Featuring Chef's Review, Showcases and Regional news PIXY IS COMING TO JCPENNf r WITH GREAT PORTRAIT VALUES AND CHOICE! 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