THIS WEEK:
Monday, March 20th:

Tuesday, March 21st:
10:05AM: Jeff Devlin of HGTV & DIY Networks SPRING SPRUCE UP IDEAS
10:40AM:
Bill Graffin, MILWAUKEE REALTORS' HOME & GARDEN SHOW

Wednesday, March 22nd:


Thursday, March 23rd:
Zach Lieven, MILWAUKEE REALTORS' HOME & GARDEN SHOW

Friday, March 24th:
Matt Kearly, MILWAUKEE HOME & GARDEN SHOW



NEXT WEEK:

Monday, March 27th:

Tuesday, March 28th:
THE PATH

Wednesday, March 29th:
Huw Lewis-Jones and Kari HerbertEXPLORERS SKETCH BOOK
 

Thursday, March 30th:
 EGGSHELLS

Friday, March 31st:

THE DIFFERENCE
Schultzs
CCH Eaton Side Ad Great Jobs Dodge County's Most Wanted

Listen Weekday's at 9:30am




Monday, March 20th ~ Friday, March 24th



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Apple Doughnuts


Core each apple and cut into slices, about 3/4 INCH thick. Mix food coloring in a bowl of cream cheese, adding one drop at a time and stirring until desired color is achieved. Spread 1 Tsp. cream cheese on one side of apple slice; then top with colored sprinkle, granola or chopped nuts.

Apple Curry Tuna Melts


1 (6 oz.) can tuna, drained and flaked
1/2 c. diced apple
1/4 c. mayonnaise
1 Tbsp. chopped green onion
1 tsp. Dijon mustard
1/2 g tsp. curry powder
4 slices bread, toasted
1/4 c. chopped walnuts, toasted
4 slices cheddar cheese
In bowl, combine tuna, apple, mayo, green onion, mustard, and curry powder; mix well. Spread 1/4 c. on each slice of toast; sprinkle with walnuts. Top with a slice of cheese. Broil 5 inches from the heat until cheese is melted.
Makes 4 servings. 


Dessert Nachos


1/3 c. peanut butter
2 Tbsp. powdered sugar
1/2 c. chocolate chips
2 1/2 c. mini round corn tortilla chips
1/4 c. mini marshmallows
1/4 c. sweetened flaked coconut
Preheat broiler. Combine peanut butter and powdered sugar in microwave-safe bowl. Heat mixture until peanut butter melts, about 1 minute. Place chocolate chips in separate microwave-safe bowl; melt chips in microwave, about 1 minute. Arrange tortilla chips into even layer on baking sheet. Drizzle peanut butter mixture and melted chocolate over chips. Scatter marshmallows and coconut over chips. Place under broiler until marshmallows begin to brown, 2-3 minutes.
Serves 4.
356 calories.



Your Health

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HEALTH

FUN

Superfoods for your Mind

HEALTHYFATS: Nuts, seeds, avocado, olive oil

FRESHFRUITS: berries, cherries, tomatoes

WHOLEGRAINS: quinoa, oats, barley, black or brown rice

FATTY FISH:wild salmon, mackerel, sardines, anchovies

BEANS ANDLEGUMES: lentils, black beans, garbanzo beans

GREENVEGGIES: broccoli, spinach, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts

IN ACATEGORY ALL ITS OWN: dark chocolate




Get the whole family involved with interactive games and activities to learn more about healthy eating. Click the link below to see more:

https://www.choosemyplate.gov/


 TIP:

PLANTS

CLEVER USES FOR BINDER CLIPS

Squeeze toothpaste. Get every dab out of the tube by rolling the end down and clamping it with a clip

Prop a Sponge. Your sponge will dry faster and collect fewer germs if you use a binder clip flat side down with the handle open to stand the sponge up instead of laying it flat on the counter.

Transform a coat hanger. Turn a plain one into a skirt or pants hanger by clipping the waistband of the garment to the bottom rod.

Fashion a Keychain. Detach the silver handle from the clip, thread keys through, then resecure. It can also double as a money clip.







       


House Plants that WOW!

“Wavy Gravy”- ruffled leaves that look like a brittle version of curly lettuce. Deep green leaf has a white dusting of powder like hairs, giving it substance. The cut flower industry likes the fancy foliage for bouquet accents. And to top it off, tall daisy like flowers rise above the leaves.

“Variegated aloe”- has strong architectural presence. Visually sharp, but spines are not as aggressive as some of its kin. Has riveting yellow stripes running the length of each “arm”. In summer, it prefers indirect light of an east or west-facing window rather than full sun; during winter, move it to a south-facing window.