THIS WEEK:
Monday, September 19th:

Tuesday, September 20th:
Ronnie Lundy, VICTUALS

Wednesday, September 21st:
Carolyn Ames Noble, COLOR YOUR WORLD: FALL MAKEOVERS FOR HOMES AND APARTMENTS
10:30-11: THE GARDEN DOCTOR PROGRAM


Thursday, September 21st:
Alan Schwartz, ADHD NATION

Friday, September 22nd:




NEXT WEEK:
Monday, September 26th:
Kathryn Smith, THE GATE KEEPER

Tuesday, September 27th:
Missy Chase Lapine, SNEAKY BLENDS COOKBOOK

Wednesday, September 28th:

10:30-11am THE GARDEN DOCTOR PROGRAM


Thursday, September 29th:
Chuck Oestrich, OVER THE DAM

Friday, September 30th:


Schultzs
CCH Eaton Side Ad Great Jobs Dodge County's Most Wanted
Frank Porth Banner

Listen Weekday's at 9:30am




Monday, September 19th ~ Friday, September 23rd

TAILGATE TIME!





Loaded Fries on the Grill


Divide 1 (10 oz.) bag frozen French fries among 5 squares of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Crumple edges of foil up around fries. Place on medium-high grill and cook, with grill lid closed, 20-30 minutes. When fries are browned and crispy, sprinkle 1 Tbsp. shredded cheddar cheese on top and grill, uncovered, until melted. Sprinkle 2 tsp. chopped green onions and 2 tsp. bacon bits on each. Serves. 5.

Pretze; Bites


Roll cherry-size pieces of pizza dough (about 1/2 oz. each into balls. Drop balls into 1/3 c. baking soda and 5 c. boiling water. Cook 1 minute or until slightly puffed. With slotted spoon, remove balls and place on paper towels; transfer to parchment lined baking sheet, spaced 1/2” apart. Brush dough with 1 beaten egg; sprinkle with coarse salt. Bake at 450 for 12-15 minutes or until golden. Serve with green onions and grainy mustard. Or skim the seas salt and coat dough balls with cinnamon sugar before baking.


Pull-Apart Turkey & Cheddar Sliders


Preheat oven to 350. Slice two packages of Hawaiian-style rolls (like Kings) in half horizontally, leaving the rolls attached. Spread the cut side of the top half with mayonnaise. Layer 1 lb. sliced deli turkey and 8 slice cheddar cheese on the bottom half. Replace top half of rolls and arrange in 9x13 disposable aluminum pan coated with cooking spray. In small saucepan, melt 1/2 c. (1 stick) butter with 1/4 c. brown sugar. Stir in 1 1/2 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce, 1 1/2 Tbsp. Dijon mustard, 1 Tbsp. dried onion flakes and 1 tsp. poppy seeds. Bring to a boil. Pour evenly rover rolls. Bake 15 minutes, or until tops are browned, Makes 24 sliders. (You can bake these at home and reheat on the grill before kickoff). 


Your Health

HEALTH

FOOTBALL FUN

2-minute energy booster: STAND UP STRAIGHT. Maintaining an upright posture can improve your mood and energy levels. 

SKIPPING

Also, two minutes of skipping significantly increases energy levels.

Follow this list for some fun during football games with the family, or make you own list. Click the link here:http://communitytable.parade.com/

532341/communitytable/free-download-tailgate-scavenger-hunt/

TIP

KOHLRABI

 Can you freeze tomatoes?


Wash, core and cut in half; freeze in freezer bags. When you thaw the skins will peel right off and you’ve got great “just picked” flavor

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Resembles a white beet but this odd looking veggie is actually a cousin of cabbage and broccoli and tastes a bit similar to the latter. Like other members of the brassica family, its full of cancer-fighting phytonutrients. After peeling off the tough fibrous skin, slice it thin and add it raw to salads and slaws. You can also saute the leaves (as you would kale).





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