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Calendar The Western Folklife Center Wiegand Gallery is hosting Greetings from the Northern Plains, showcasing visual artists and gearmakers of the great Northern Plains region of our nation. Now through September 10, 2016 Winter Hours: Wednesday-Friday 10am-5:30pm; Saturday 10am-5pm, 501 Railroad Street. Elko County Library Adult Summer Reading Program Elko, NV Monday, June 13 - July 23 Patrons read or listen to a title. They then write a review and drop it off at the library. Reviews enter the patron into a weekly drawing. Program ends July 23 at the Library at 720 Court St. More info: 775-738-3066. Sunrise Toastmasters - Elko, NV Friday, July 1 from 6:30am - 7:30am Toastmasters meets every Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Stockmen’s Hotel in the Bull Pen. Elko Parkinson’s Support Group - Elko, NV Friday, July 1 at 1pm Teleconferences: We meet the first Friday of each month for information and support sessions with the Reno Parkinson’s Disease Support Group. We are affiliated with the American Parkinson’s Disease Association through the Reno Group. These very helpful and interesting teleconferences are held at 1pm at 701 Walnut St. Elko. (Griswold Hall, Room 31) Coffee Times: We try to meet once a month for coffee at 10am. We review teleconference information, discuss issues and share information/articles particularly relevant to PD, including family or social concerns, research trends and findings. Our goal is to provide mutual support, information and resources. - Dates and times vary so call for the next coffee time. Email and/or phone support: Just need to talk? Have new care issues? Personal stuff to share? Have questions about care issues? We’ll try to help or locate someone who can! Please call for more info: 775-753-7599 (Tish) or 775-738-7779 (Steve). National Basque Festival - Elko, NV Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 3 Jarbidge 4th of July Celebration - Jarbidge, NV Saturday, July 2 - Monday, July 4 More info: 775-488-2311. Mama’s Milk Circle - Elko, NV Saturday, July 2 Bright Blessings Birth Services meeting is full of nursing moms seeking both assistance and experienced breastfeeding support persons. This meeting will occur on

the first Saturday of each month. At 780 W. Silver St Suite 112 in Elko. 4th Of July Monday, July 4 Spring Creek Freedom Festival Monday, July 4 Marina - Spring Creek American 4th of July - Elko, NV Monday, July 4 from 9:30am - 11am Family fun in Elko City Park behind NENV Museum. Parade and old fashioned games with prizes. Hosted by the NENV Museum. More info: 775-738-3418. Healthy Living Series: FREE community education sessions - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 6 from 5:30pm - 6:30pm Please join the Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital on the first Wednesday of each month about a new nutrition topic and how you can make changes to your everyday life to improve your health. This new series is expanding the former Diabetes Support Group to cover more topics and open up the class to anyone in the community. Located at the NNRH Classrooms and open to everyone! For more information: Courtney Nalivka MS, RDN, LD at 775-748-2094. Ruby Mountain Toastmasters - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 6 from 6:30pm-7:30pm Toastmasters meets every Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm at Great Basin College, in the EIT building on Chilton Circle Rd on the 2nd floor, room 201. This club and meetings are open to all interested parties. More info: or 775385-4920. Kids Classes With doTerra - Elko, NV Wednesday, July 6 at 10am This class will be held each Wednesday at The Gypsy Cupboard at 452 Idaho St. and will be on each Wednesday through July 20. More info: 778-9600. Cops & Burgers - Elko, NV Thursday, July 7 from 11am - 2pm Come join us for fun, food and friends and help support the Nevada Special Olympics. Held at the Sheriff’s Office Parking lot. Hamburger/hot dog/chorizos, chip and drink for $6. For delivery information please call: 775-397-0040 or email orders by July 6 to Silver State Stampede - Elko, NV

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Calendar Thursday, July 7 - Saturday, July 9 Schedule of events available at Celebrate Recovery - Elko, NV Thursday, July 7 from 6pm - 8:30pm This is a life changing recovery program that is Christcentered and ministers to the entire life spectrum as we walk through our hurts, habits and hangups. Please join us in Celebrating God's healing power in our lives every Thursday night from 6 - 8:30 p.m. And for your children, 1st through 6th grade, as we also offer the age appropriate program, "Celebration Place". Calvary Baptist Church is located at the corner of Fifth and Walnut Street. For more info, call 738-6840 or check us out at A Toast to Art - Elko, NV Friday, July 8 from 6pm - 8pm Drink creatively while you combine cocktails with a slight artistic flair. This two hour session will allow both experienced and amateur painters to embrace their creative side with a local artist. Beverages of beer and wine will be available for purchase. Appetizers will be served. Space is limited to 24 participants. Location is the Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street in Elko. Fee is $35 per person and must be 21 years of ages and older. More info: 775-777-7260 Sippy Cups and Small Talk - Elko, NV Friday, July 8 from 10am - 12pm This meeting is being held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month from 10am - 12pm at the Calvary Baptist Church at 577 Walnut St. We have a variety of guest speakers coveting topics such as: safety, budget planning, musical play dates, marriage tips and the list goes on! More info: 775-738-6840. Sunrise Toastmasters - Elko, NV Friday, July 8 from 6:30am - 7:30am Toastmasters meets every Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Stockmen’s Hotel in the Bull Pen. 2nd Saturdays Downtown WINE WALK - Elko, NV Saturday, July 9 from 4 pm - 7pm This is a great event to get outside and downtown Elko. Grab your glass and map at the Commercial Casino and for $25/person enjoy touring the downtown businesses while sampling different wines! Must be 21 and over to participate. More info visit: Vogue Parking Lot Swap Meet - Elko, NV Saturday, July 9 from 8am - 4pm 175 5th st in Elko. Must call to reserve a booth space. $15 seller fee. More info: 775-397-4101.

Northeastern Nevada Museum 2nd Saturdays - Elko Saturday, July 9 at 10am - 12pm Public of all ages are welcome. Young children must be accompanied by an adult. The museum is located at 1515 Idaho St. in Elko. For more info, times and cost contact the museum at 775-738-3418. Reiki Class Saturday, July 9th starts at 1pm Chique Unique & Antique, 608 Commercial Call 753-2012 for details and to sign up. Annual Garden Tour Saturday, July 9th Hosted by the Elko Garden Club, everyone interested is invited to join us for this Lamoille gardens tour. We will meet at 7:30 AM at Colorscapes Greenhouse for a meet and greet and to receive maps and directions. Parking is available on the back lot for those who want to carpool with others. Phone Irma Jo @ 385-8049 for more information. For information about upcoming events/ programs, visit the ELKO GARDEN CLUB Facebook Page. Art in the Park - Elko, NV Saturday, July 9 from 9am - 5pm Sunday, July 10 from 9am - 4pm Hosted by the Elko County Art Club. A family friendly event featuring arts and crafts from all over the west, live music and activities for all ages. More info: 775-753-8170. Creative Ways to Use doTerra Oils - Elko, NV Monday, July 11 at 5:30pm Come and learn about how you can effectively use doTerra Essential Oils. Every Monday at 5:30pm at The Gypsy Cupboard at 452 Idaho St. Classes throughout the

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Fresh Red Raspberry Crostata Makes 8-10 servings

Both sweet and tangy sensations burst on the scene when fresh raspberries hit the taste buds. This crostata is just one of many perfect ways to enjoy raspberry season. It features a simple crust with just a hint of sweetness included. Serve this crostata with a scoop of your very best vanilla bean ice cream. PÂTE BRISÉE CRUST INGREDIENTS: 2-1/2 C all-purpose flour 1 T sugar 1-1/2 t Kosher salt 1 C unsalted butter (2 sticks), well chilled 4-6 T ice water

CRUST TOPPING: 1 egg for egg wash 1 T coarse sugar for crust topping RASPBERRY FILLING: 5 C fresh, red raspberries 3 T sugar 1 T cornstarch DIRECTIONS: The crust may be mixed by hand or with a food processor. MIXING WITH A FOOD PROCESSOR:

1b. PLACE the flour, sugar, and salt in the bowl of the food processor. PULSE a few times to evenly distribute the sugar and salt. 2b. CUT the butter into 1/2-inch cubes. Use a little of the flour mixture to keep the butter pieces from sticking together. CHILL the cut butter cubes for 15 minutes.

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3b. PREPARE the ice water by filling a small bowl with ice cubes and adding water. STIR until the water is well-chilled. 4b. PLACE the butter cubes in the food processor with the flour mixture. PULSE 4-5 times to cut the butter into the flour. The flour-butter mixture will be coarse with some pea-sized pieces of butter remaining. (Resist the urge to keep pulsing.) 5b. ADD 2 tablespoons of the ice water by sprinkling on top of the flour and butter mixture. PULSE 2-3 times. CONTINUE adding ice water by the tablespoon pulsing after each addition until a rough dough is formed. Test the dough by pinching together – if it holds together, enough water has been added. If it crumbles apart, add another tablespoon of water. (Avoid adding too much water or pulsing too much.) 6a. REMOVE the dough from the work bowl gathering it into a rough ball. FLATTEN the dough ball into a disk about a half-inch in thickness and wrap in plastic wrap.


7. CHILL the wrapped dough disk for an hour or overnight. 8. REMOVE the dough from the refrigerator when ready to bake the crostata and let set for 10 minutes on the countertop while mixing the filling. 9. BLEND the cornstarch and sugar, then sprinkle over the raspberries. Gently toss the fruit to distribute the mixture. Set aside while finishing crust prep. 9. ROLL the dough on a lightly floured surface into a 16-inch rough circle with about a 1/8- to 3/16-inch thickness. 10. TRANSFER the rolled dough to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. The sides of the dough may temporarily drape over the edges. 11. PLACE the prepared raspberry filling in the center of the crust circle and spread into an even layer leaving a 2 to 2-1/2 inch perimeter of crust free. 12. FOLD the edges of the crust over the filling. 13. BEAT an egg with 1 teaspoon of water in a small bowl. BRUSH the egg wash on the crust’s surfaces. SPRINKLE with coarse sugar. CHILL the crostata in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes while the oven preheats. 14. BAKE the crostata in a 400° oven for 20-25 minutes, checking after 15 minutes. The crust will develop a lovely golden brown color and the filling will be bubbling and slightly thickened. The filling will continue to thicken as is cools. 15. SERVE warm or cooled to room temperature with a side of vanilla bean ice cream, or sweetened whipped cream.


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Making Great Crusts Rustic Pies, Like Crostatas and Galettes, feature a lower ratio of filling to crust than in a classic, deep dish, summer fruit pie. With the crust playing a greater role, it better taste good! CROSTATA OR GALETTE: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Both terms refer to a rustic version of pastries made with a free-form crust. The term “crostata,” is the Italian version, while “galette” is a French description covering a broad range of flat, round pastries. Shortcrusts may have varied quantities of flour, fat and liquid, but all follow a similar technique when mixing and preparing. Butter is cut coarsely into the dry ingredients and liquid added to bind the mix together. TIP: Keep things chilled from start to finish. Use well-chilled butter at the start. Chill the dough after mixing, before rolling out. The crust may also benefit from a stint in the refrigerator after the pastry is assembled, just prior to baking.

Summer Peach-Almond Galettes Makes 4 individual servings

Sweet, ripe peaches are nearly synonymous with summer! These amazing fruits develop their sweet flavor and tangy taste on petite trees over several months – a test of patience amply rewarded when picking time arrives! This recipe makes four individual galettes, or one larger rustic pie. The crust is sweeter and richer than a typical pie crust – we think you’ll love it! PÂTE SUCRÉE CRUST INGREDIENTS: 3 C all-purpose flour 1 C sugar 2 t Kosher salt 1 C unsalted butter (2 sticks), well chilled 2 egg yolks 1 t pure vanilla extract 1/2 t almond extract 4-6 T heavy cream

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1a. MIX the flour, sugar, and salt together in a large bowl with a whisk until evenly distributed. 2a. CUT the butter into 1/2-inch cubes. Use a little of the flour mixture to keep from sticking together. CHILL the cut butter cubes for 15 minutes. 3a. PLACE the butter cubes in the flour mixture. Using a simple pastry blender, cut the butter and flour mixture together until a coarse texture is reached with some pea-sized pieces of butter remaining. 4a. BEAT the two egg yolks together with the vanilla and almond extracts. ADD to the flour-butter mixture and cut several times with the pastry blender. 5a. ADD 2 T of the heavy cream by sprinkling on top of the flour and butter mixture. With a fork, gently toss the mixture. CONTINUE adding cream 1 T at a time tossing after each addition until a rough ball of dough forms. 6a. FLATTEN the dough ball into a 1/2-inch disk and wrap in plastic wrap.


7. CHILL the wrapped dough for an hour or overnight. 8. REMOVE the dough from the refrigerator when ready to bake the galettes and let set for 10 minutes on the countertop while the filling is mixed. 9. STIR the cornstarch and sugar together, then sprinkle over the fresh peach slices. Gently toss the fruit to distribute the cornstarch/sugar mixture. Set aside while finishing crust preparation. 10. ROLL out one disk of dough into a 8-inch circle, about 3/16-inch in thickness, on a lightly floured surface. Repeat with the remaining three dough pieces. Leave the edges rough or use a plate to cut a neat circle. 11. TRANSFER the rolled dough to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. The sides of the dough may temporarily drape over the edges. 12. PLACE the prepared peach slices in the center of the crust circle arranging the wedges evenly. Leave a 1- to 1-1/2 inch perimeter of crust free of filling. 13. FOLD the edges of the crust over the filling pleating or overlapping as you go. 14. MIX equal parts of flour, sugar and butter (2 T each) together until combined and a crumbly texture is formed. SPRINKLE the crumb mixture and sliced almonds over the exposed fruit.

The crust in these galettes is a Pate Sucree (Paht sue-cray). Also part of the shortcrust pastry family. It’s a rich crust with egg yolks and more sugar added compared to a standard pie crust. In our version, we’ve also added vanilla and almond extracts for additional flavor. The result is a crust that tastes like a delicious shortbread cookie.

Choose peaches that have been tree-ripened if possible. Judge a peach’s ripeness, not by any red blush on the skin, but by the background color of the peach. If a green color dominates, it may have been picked too early, and while it may soften, it will never develop that delicious sweetness that define great summer peaches. Peaches have two seed varieties – the pits may “cling” or be “freestone,” with the former posing a more difficult removal. Peel peaches with a paring knife, or by cutting a small “X” on the bottom, blanching for 30 seconds, plunging into ice water, then peeling.

Preparing Fresh Fruit Fillings

When beautiful fresh fruit is on hand, not much else is needed for creating a delicious pastry filling. In each of the recipes in this newsletter, only a bit of sugar and cornstarch is added. These additions accomplish two key tasks: SUGAR: Adding sugar not only sweetens the fruit slightly, it also promotes the release of juices and softening of the fruit. Thickened juices form the filling encasing the berries in a natural glaze.

15. BRUSH the crust’s surfaces with heavy cream. SPRINKLE with coarse sugar. CHILL the galettes in the refrigerator for 10 minutes while the oven preheats.

THICKENER: The released juices benefit from a little added thickening agent to keep the liquid surrounding the berries instead of running away. A tablespoon of one of these common thickener works just the magic needed:

16. BAKE the galettes in a 400° oven for 20-25 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown and the filling bubbly and slightly thickened.


17. SERVE with a side of vanilla bean ice cream, or sweetened whipped cream.


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HOW DO THICKENERS WORK? Long starch molecules characterize each of the noted thickeners. The starch absorbs water as it is heated while also breaking apart. The short chains of water-logged starch form a web resulting in a thickened liquid. The process of thickening begins to occur at 140F, but to fully work its magic, it must reach the boiling point of 212F for a few minutes. During this process, it also loses any raw taste it may have had. When recipes note, “bake until the crust is golden brown and the filling bubbly,” it’s offering instruction regarding the thickener’s need to cook and coagulate.

TIP: To keep clumps of thickener from forming, mix the sugar and thickening powder together before sprinkling on the fruit. Toss with rinsed, well-drained, fresh fruit. Let the mixture set a few minutes so that the sugar and thickener dissolve and the fruit begins to release its juices.

TIP: Fruit pies, rustic or formal, are notorious for

bubbling over during baking. Avoid overfilling the crust, make sure there are no cracks in the crust, and seal the edges well. Despite your best efforts, juices may escape – that’s ok, don’t worry about it. But, do prepare for such an eventuality by lining the baking pan with parchment paper, or using a pan to catch any oven spills.

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CREAM CHEESE CRUST INGREDIENTS: 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon sugar 1-1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt 8 oz. (1 pkg) cream cheese 1 cup unsalted butter (2 sticks), well chilled

CRUST TOPPING: 2 egg whites, beaten 1 tablespoon coarse sugar for crust topping


Best Blueberry Hand Pies Makes 6-8 hand pies

One of our favorite ways to celebrate these little nutritional powerhouses is to place them in hand pies. The berries’ diminutive size fit neatly into petite packets. However, to match the blueberries’ magnificence, the crust needs to be just as wonderful. Our answer is a rich crust with a cream cheese base.

2 cups blueberries 3 T sugar 1 T cornstarch

Directions: MIXING BY HAND: 1. MIX the flour, sugar, and salt together in a large bowl with a whisk until evenly distributed.




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2. CUT the butter and cream cheese into 1/2-inch cubes. Use a little of the flour mixture to keep the pieces from sticking together. CHILL the cubes for 15 minutes. 3. PLACE the butter and cream cheese cubes in the flour mixture. Using a simple pastry blender, cut the butter, cream cheese, and flour mixture together until a coarse texture is reached with some pea-sized pieces of butter and/or cream cheese remaining. 4. FORM the rough dough into a ball using your hands and a light touch. 5. FLATTEN the dough ball into a disk about a half-inch thick, and wrap in plastic wrap. FORMING THE HAND PIES: 6. CHILL the wrapped dough disk for an hour or overnight. 7. REMOVE the dough from the refrigerator when ready to bake the hand pies and let set for 10 minutes on the countertop while the filling is mixed. 8. STIR the cornstarch and sugar together, then sprinkle over the fresh blueberries. Gently toss the fruit to distribute the cornstarch/sugar mixture. Set aside while finishing crust preparation. 9. ROLL the dough on a lightly floured surface to a 1/8- to 3/16-inch thickness. 10. CUT circles from the dough (5-inch circles for 6 pies; 4-inch circles for 8 pies). TRANSFER half of the circles to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

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11. BEAT the egg whites with 2 teaspoons of water, and BRUSH the egg white wash lightly on the perimeter of each bottom circle. 12. SPOON the prepared blueberries into the center of each bottom circle mounding them slightly. Leave about 1/2-inch of the crust clear for sealing. 13. STRETCH the top circles slightly to fit over the mounded blueberries. MATCH the edges of the top crust with the bottom crust pressing them together. CRIMP the edges with fork tines. 14. BRUSH the formed hand pies with the egg white wash. SPRINKLE lightly with sugar if desired. VENT the pies by cutting small slits on the top with the tip of a paring knife in a decorative design of your choosing. (We like a simple star with five small cuts placed in a radiating pattern.) 15. BAKE the hand pies in a 400° oven for 15-20 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown. 16. SERVE warm or cooled to room temperature.

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Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Lemon Poppyseed Dressing

Spinach and Artichoke Skillet Zucchini Lasagna

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Ingredients SALAD: • 1 lb Brussels Sprouts, trimmed/shaved • 1⁄2 cup dried cranberries
 • 1⁄2 cup roasted, salted almonds
 • 1⁄2 cup crumbled Goat Cheese

Ingredients CITRUS POPPY SEED DRESSING: • 1⁄4 cup fresh lemon juice • 2 tablespoons honey
 • 1⁄2 teaspoon dijon mustard
 • 21⁄2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar • 1/16 teaspoon onion powder • Pinch salt
 • 1 teaspoon poppy seeds

Preparation 1.S alad: In a large bowl, combine the brussels sprouts, dried cranberries, almonds and goat cheese.
 2. Dressing: Combine the lemon juice, honey, dijon mustard, oil, vinegar, onion powder and salt in a blender. Mix until smooth. Add the poppy seeds and process just until combined. Place in an air tight container and store in the refrigerator until ready to use.
 3. When ready to serve, top salad with dressing and serve.

Nutrition Serving size: 1 Cup Calories: 170 Fat: 10g Saturated fat: 2g Carbohydrates: 18g Sugar: 11g Fiber: 4g Protein: 5g

• 4 medium zucchinis, peeled

• 1 teaspoon dried basil

• 11⁄4 lb lean ground turkey

• 1 cup frozen or canned artichokes

• 1 tablespoon olive oil

• 2-3 cloves of garlic minced

• Salt and black pepper, to taste

• 2 cups your favorite marinara sauce • 11⁄2 teaspoons dried oregano

• 1⁄2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes

• 3 cups baby spinach, chopped

• 1 cup chopped cherry tomatoes

• 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded • 2⁄3 cup fat-free cottage cheese

• Grated Parmesan Cheese, for garnish

Preparation 1. P repare the zucchini noodles: Spiralize zucchini using the ribbon blade or a vegetable peeler; set aside. Pat dry with a paper towel. (Can be done up to 3 days in advance. Simply store zoodles in an airtight container with a paper towel to help absorb excess moisture.) 2. H  eat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat, add in the ground meat and cook until browned, about 3-4 minutes, making sure to crumble and break down into small pieces as it cooks; drain excess fat. 3. Add the garlic and saute for 30 seconds to a minute or until fragrant. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add marinara sauce, oregano, red pepper flakes and basil. Bring to a boil and reduce heat allowing to simmer. Stir constantly until sauce begins to thicken (5 min). 4. Add the ribboned zucchini noodles, cook for 5 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes or so. 5. Add in spinach, chopped artichokes and cherry tomatoes. 6. R emove from heat and stir in mozzarella and cottage cheese. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed. Remove from stove and sprinkle with grated parmesan cheese if desired. *If zucchini is letting out too much water, mix 2 t cornstarch with 2 t of cold water in a small 
cup. Add to the pan before adding the cottage cheese. Bring to a boil to allow sauce to thicken up. Add cottage cheese as directed above.


Serving size: 1 heaping cup Calories: 285 Fat: 14g Saturated fat: 5g Carbohydrates: 14g Sugar: 8g Fiber: 3g Protein: 23g

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• 2 cups non-fat vanilla greek yogurt

CHICKEN: •1  ⁄2 pound lean chicken breasts •1  ⁄2 teaspoon salt
 •1  ⁄2 teaspoon pepper
 •1  ⁄2 teaspoon garlic powder •2  whole wheat wraps
 •1  ⁄4 cup shredded pepper jack cheese

• 1⁄4 cup lemon juice

• 2 tablespoons vanilla creamer
 • 11⁄4 cup lite whipped topping

• 11⁄2 tablespoons poppy seeds
 • 2 teaspoons lemon zest

• 6 cups prepared angel food cake crumbles

Preparation 1. In a medium bowl, mix together the yogurt, lemon juice, creamer, whipped topping, poppy seeds and lemon zest. Mix well. Set aside. 2. In 8 small serving dishes, put 1⁄2 cup of angel food cake crumbles. Top with 1⁄2 cup lemon poppy seed cream and a few more crumbles. 3. Serve immediately.

 •1  cup sliced red cabbage
 •1  heaping cup thinly sliced red pepper


  •1  1/2 tablespoons Sriracha sauce
 •1  ⁄8 teaspoon garlic powder
 •1  ⁄4 teaspoon salt
 •1  ⁄8 teaspoon white pepper
 •Q  uarter of 1 lime • 1⁄4 cup light organic mayo
 • 3 tablespoons honey


• 2 green onions, sliced thin

• 1 heaping cup chopped cilantro

Preparation 1. Chicken: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Spray a baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Set aside. Season chicken with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Place chicken in prepared baking dish. Bake chicken for 20 minutes, or until no longer pink in the middle. Remove chicken from oven and set aside and keep warm. 2. Slaw: Meanwhile, in a medium mixing bowl, combine the cabbage, onions, red pepper & cilantro. 3. Honey Srirachi Aioli: In a small mixing bowl, combine the mag, honey, sriracha, garlic powder, salt, white 
pepper and juice of lime. Mix well. Add 1⁄4 cup of the aioli to the slaw and mix well. 4. W  hen chicken is done cooking, divide the cheese between the 2 whole wheat wraps. Top with chicken, slaw 
then fold wrap around mixture to close. Serve immediately with remaining aioli to dip.

Nutrition Serving size: 1 Wrap Calories: 540 Fat: 18g Saturated fat: 4g Carbohydrates: 61g Sugar: 33g Fiber: 6g Protein: 38g


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If you haven’t walked the Nature Trail in Lamoille Canyon yet, you are missing out on a great experience that is for everyone in the family. This is an easy hike of about one mile. The trail head is located half way up Lamoille Canyon on the right side of the road and is well posted. There is some parking alongside the road and the trail starts right off the road. Be sure to pick up the informational brochure which is available that corresponds to the numbered markers along the trial. There are also some trailside benches provided if you prefer to sit and enjoy the solitude. The trail winds its way through quaking aspen, chokecherry and golden currant and takes you down to the creek and then loops back up to your car. This montane woodland provides breeding habitat for many species of birds. As you walk listen for the songs of Audubon’s yellow-rumped Warbler, Western Tanager and Warbling Vireo. Many cavity nesting species utilize the aspen tree which is a soft wooded tree often excavated 36

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by woodpeckers such as the Lewis’ Woodpecker and the Red-naped Sapsucker. In turn these cavities are then used by many other species including House Wren, Mountain Chickadee and Tree Swallows. You will also be able to see evidence of the resident population of beavers which use the aspens not only for food but also in the construction of their lodges and dams. Many species of wildflowers make the trail colorful and fragrant. In the deeply shaded areas you will find Western Columbine, Meadow rue, and Geranium growing abundantly. For the observant you can also find diminutive native orchid species mixed in the undergrowth. Along the creek are vibrant patches of Fireweed and Monkeyflower. The larger, showy white Bog-rein Orchid is also found in these areas. In the drier stretches of the trail you will encounter Curl-leaf Mountain Mahogany and sagebrush. Flowers in this area include the Arrow-leaf Balsamroot, Indian Paintbrush and Larkspur.

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As spring semesters come to a close and summer finally starts to set in one can only expect baseball fields to be full with eager fans. Greater Nevada Field, home of the Triple

A Reno Aces, in the heart of Downtown Reno has seen everything from gymnasts to storm troopers, cows throwing first pitches to what seems like Peter O’Brien’s towering home runs each game. The Reno Aces have been on a hot streak winning six of their last eight games while scoring 74 runs compared to their opponent’s 43 runs. The Aces overall record is now 30 and 28 with a .517 win percentage, making them second in their division only trailing the Tacoma Rainiers that are 34 and 24 on the season with a .589 win percentage.


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Peter O’Brien of the Reno Aces has been putting on quite the performance in this eight game home stand going 17-for-35 with five home runs and 20 RBI. O’Brien currently has a batting average of .337 with 17 HRs and 52 RBI. He is currently 10th in the Pacific Coast League in batting average but is leading the league in homeruns and RBI’s. O’Brien was called up to the Major league affiliate the Arizona Diamondbacks earlier this season but only had one at-bat that resulted in a strike out. But with numbers like O’Brien’s one

can’t expect him to be playing for the Aces much longer. Only three players in the MLB have more home runs than O’Brien; Nolan Arenado of the Colorado Rockies and Todd Frazier of the Chicago White Sox who both have 18, and Mark Trumbo of the Baltimore Orioles, who has hit 19 already this season. David Ortiz is the only player in the MLB who has more RBI than O’Brien at 54. O’Brien’s .337 batting average also ties Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun for fifth in the MLB in batting average. Although there is a big difference in level of play between leagues (Triple A vs. MLB), Peter O’Brien is definitely becoming the hero in Reno. On June 1, O’Brien went 2-for-5 with a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth to win the game. Then 2 days later on June 3, he went 3-for-5 with 2 home runs. Then on June 4, he went 2-for-4 with another grand slam. The fans went crazy about him on June 4; the Reno Aces had Star Wars night where the players wore special Star Wars themed uniforms that were going to be auctioned off at the end of the game to support the Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation. The bids for each jersey began at 100 dollars but each individual jersey had a ‘buy it’ now price of 500 dollars. Before any bids were placed, a fan stepped up and bought O’Brien’s game worn jersey for the price of 500 dollars. Then fans continued to ask specifically for his jersey all night.

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On June 7, Greater Nevada Park had the third largest crowd in franchise history fitting 10,185 in the park to see the pitching match up between the Diamondback’s number one prospect Braden Shipley against the former two-time Cy Young award winner and threetime world champion Tim Lincecum, pitching for the Salt Lake Bees. Although Giants fans filled the park and the crowd cheered every time he took the mound, Lincecum pitched for five innings giving up three hits and two earned runs, which later resulted in the loss

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But the Reno Aces aren’t the only team from the biggest little city to prove themselves recently. The University of Nevada, Reno’s Club baseball team won the NCBA (National Club Baseball Association) World Series on June 2. This is the first time in team history that they won the Club Baseball World Series. The club team has had a few great seasons in the past but 2016 brought their first World Series birth. The UNR club team finished their regular season going 17-4. Junior, Drew Andary led the nation in batting average at .635 while also leading the nation in home runs hitting 12 in just 21 games. Senior, Nick Kinsman also had a great season leading the nation in RBI at 57 and finished second in home runs behind Andary, hitting 11. Andary also finished second in RBI at 49.

Heading into the World Series Nevada was ranked fifth set to face off fourth ranked Florida State. Not only was Nevada able to hold off the higher ranked Seminoles, they continued to beat the #1 seed Pittsburgh in the next game. Nevada lost their next game to #3 Oregon putting them in the losers bracket to play #3 Oregon again based on tournament rules (Oregon lost their first game of the tournament). But this game Nevada blew out Oregon four to zero, clinching their spot in the World Series game against #2 East Carolina.

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In 2000 Nevada residents voted in favor of allowing medical marijuana but it was not sold legally (in dispensaries) until 15 years later. Although Nevada will vote in November on recreational marijuana, many don't understand the differences between medical and recreational. And despite the Federal government classifying marijuana as a schedule I drug with no medical properties, we are finding more and more about the potential benefits of cannabis. Cannabis contains many cannabinoids with the most widely know THC and CBD coming in as a close second. Thanks to the comedies of Cheech and Chong, we know that THC causes you to be happy, hungry, and sleepy but recently the pain relieving properties are coming more to light. Some patients are finding that cannabis is working better than high dose opiate prescription pain killers. You may have heard or read about the parents giving their children CBD oil to control seizures. If you have never watched one of those videos, they


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are not for the faint of heart. It is extremely hard for me, as a parent, to sit and watch those children shake uncontrollably until that small dose of tarlike substance is given and the shaking stops. But it is important because for many of these children, it is the only that is keeping them alive. And, it shows that you do not have to smoke cannabis to reap the benefits. Besides rolling a joint, you can get cannabis in your system by vaping, tinctures, topicals, edibles, and even suppositories and some methods have little to no psychoactive effects. A topical salve infused with cannabis is a great way to get arthritic pain relief with absolutely no "high". Many patients have also had success with adding in essential oils. To go along with the different ways to get your dose of cannabis, it can be broken down into different types. Indica, sativa, and hybrids. Indicas have more pain relieving, relaxing effects and can be good for those that need help sleeping. Sativas are more stimulating and are seen as the focusing strains. Hybrids have been working well for patients with severe nausea. Strains come with unique names such as the more widely known




the nation recognize marijuana (cannabis) as a treatment for certain medical conditions.

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775-934-9575 OG Kush and some named for those that they've helped such as Charlotte's Web (named after a young girl who suffered from a rare seizure disorder). Day after day many people are able to enjoy a quality of life that was nearly impossible with modern pharmaceuticals. This beautiful plant is gaining the momentum to surpass its pre-prohibition distinction as one of the most widely accepted remedies and helping those with what were previously noted as untreatable ailments. With continued knowledge and an open mind, we can see that this is not the dangerous drug we've been lead to believe it is, but that it is a useful, helpful and greatly beneficial herb with medicinal benefits.

Green Acres Consulting provides step by step assistance throughout the whole process of obtaining your Nevada Medical Marijuana card,along with cannabis education, and essential oil sales and classes.



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Saturday, March 12, 2016 @ 1:00PM

Awards given for 1st-3rd in each age group. Start and finish at the Elko Convention Center. Number pick-up & race-day registration 10-12:30 at convention cnt - add $5. On-line registration closes March 10 at



Saturday, April 23, 2016 @ 10:00AM

Awards for 1st-3rd in each age group. Start & finish Starr Valley Community Hall in Deeth, NV. Number pick-up & race day registration 7-8:30am at start line-add $5. On-line registration closes April 21 at

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ELKO BRAKE FOR BACON 5K Run/Walk $35/$40/$45 FRIDAY July 8, 2016 @ 6:00 PM (waives every 5 minutes) Entry includes “BACON treats along the course * Start & finish TBA * Wrist band pick-up & race-day registration at Start Line 3-5:30 - add $5 On-line registration closes July 6 at Non-timed event


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Entry includes a Color Chase t-shirt & lots of COLOR!. Start & Finish at fairgrounds. Shirt & wrist band pick-up: Thursday 3pm-7pm at the Elko County Fairgrounds or 6-7:30am at the fair grounds. Race day registration 6-7:30am at start line. On-line registration closes Aug. 31 at Discount for team & early registration


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As we celebrate our Independence during the month of July, we are reminded of all the things that make America great. Among the many things we should be thankful for, the most important is our families. As we reflect on our independence, we should think of propane. Propane is a diversified energy which has allowed us to be independent for many years. Propane allows many people the opportunity to live outside of city limits. Propane gives us the ability to live just about anywhere we want while still being able to enjoy a warm home, provide a hot shower after a long day, cook a delicious meal for our families and even generate power in the event of an electrical power outage.

This efficient and reliable American Made energy source gives us endless options for exploring this great nation of ours. So while you are enjoying time outdoors with family and friends this July, please keep in mind these propane barbeque safety tips. • Always follow manufactures instructions which came with your propane grill • Keep grill outdoors in a well ventilated space • Keep grill clean by removing grease or fat build up from grill and trays below the grill

• It is important to place your grill in a safe location -K  eep your grill at least five feet from your house or deck railing -D  o not use under eaves or overhanging branches

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• Check for leaks - Check for leaks each time you connect/ disconnect your propane cylinder. Use a soapy water solution to check connections for leaks. Expanding bubbles indicate a leak. Follow this procedure every time you replace a cylinder. - Visually inspect hoses for wear, brittleness, holes or sharp bends. If you are in need of a new hose or fitting, please visit Western States Propane for all your custom hose and fitting needs. • Follow proper lighting procedures - Open the barbeque lid - Turn on the propane tank - Turn on burner knobs - Push ignition button (if available) • Follow proper relighting procedures - If grill does not light the first time, turn off the propane tank and wait 15 minutes for the propane to dissipate before lighting grill again • Be present at all times and keep children and pets away from grilling area • Do not lean over the grill when igniting or during cooking • Never put on a grill cover until grill is fully cooled off • Keep a fire extinguisher within a few feet of your grill and know how to use it • Turn grill off safely by turning the propane tank off first then the burners If you would like to have any part of your barbeque propane system inspected by a certified professional, please feel free to stop by Western States Propane and we’ll be happy to make sure everything is safe and in good working order.

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Movie in the Park

Looking for something fun to do with the kids? ELKO DENTAL CARE is providing a FREE movie in the park!

Date Time

August 26, 2016 7:30pm

(movie will start when the sun goes down)

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Popcorn will be included.

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It’s not always easy getting everyone, including ourselves, motivated to exercise and eat well. We have come up with some fun tips to help engage the whole family and create some wonderful habits and relationships this summer!

1. Family fitness challenges Nothing motivates people quite like a reward or some friendly competition. Agree on a prize that everyone in the family would be eager to “win” and choose an amount of time for the challenge. You could start with a week or a month…up to you. Then ask each family member to come up with a fitness task, like 10 pushups or 15 jumping jacks for everyone to aim to do each day. Also include a serving of vegetables and/or water. As a family create a chart to keep track of everyone’s progress. At the end of the given time period, tally the accomplishments and determine who walks away with the family fitness award.

2. Cooking Challenges If the kids are old enough have them help plan and cook a healthy dinner. Have them make the grocery list and prepare the food as well. The challenge could even be in trying a new vegetable each time and finding creative ways to prepare and enjoy!

3. Ditch the car and do some walking/biking. Whether it’s getting to the park, lunch date or running errands, choose to walk or bike!

4. Plan a Family Play Date Book a block of time, starting once per week on your calendar during which all members of the family are available. Alternate the activity each week by letting a family member choose the type of exercise they want everyone to try. It could range from swimming at the pool, hikes to bike rides, basketball/football games, dancing - there are limitless activities for the whole family to experience. And who knows, one or two might just stick and become something your family really enjoys doing all the time!

5. Daily doses Take a few minutes every morning for a family stretch, walk/bike/jog or some time after dinner for a family walk. A morning wakeup routine is a great way to get the day going. And a walk after dinner is a much better way to wind down from the day than parking ourselves in front of the television. This could also include water bottles filled with the amount of water each person should drink throughout the day (half the body weight of the individual in ounces per day. (So a 120 lb. individual should consume at least 60 oz. of water per day.)

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6. Family Olympics Create a day of obstacle courses, relay races, playing tag, Red Rover, H.O.R.S.E, hideand-seek, long jumps, get the whole family outside and finish the day with a healthy BBQ and lots of funny memories to discuss. This could be done weekly!

7. Spontaneous Fun Find ways to add in extras such as doing push-ups during commercial breaks, sit-ups while checking Facebook‌you get the idea! You know your family and where all these little extras could be added in.

The most important thing is to make it fun and make sure there are rewards. As adults we usually can feel and see the rewards of exercise and eating healthy with how we feel and how we look. Kids are not going to necessarily see rewards the same way‌so maybe its a new pair of sneakers once they reach a goal or a new football or bike. Just spending time as a family will be reward enough for everyone and creating healthy habits will benefit everyone!

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Summer Client Appreciation Bar-B-Q & Drawing FOR FORMER AND NEW CLIENTS

Stop in and say ‘Hi’. Put a ticket in the box each time you stop by from now until August 19th. Win a Bar-B-Q, fire pit, table & chair set and cooler full of meat! One ticket takes all!

August 19th, 4:00-7:00pm ( D R AW I N G AT 7 : 0 0 P M )

Hamburgers, Hot dogs & more! Stop in & grab a bite or swing thru the circle drive for a plate of food while supplies last - AND fill out 1 more ticket!

We do appreciate our clients!

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Edith Richard's Lynch E D I T H WA S N O M I N AT E D B Y H E R N I E C E K A R L I E N U N E Z .


Karlie said, “I want to nominate my great great aunt Edith Richard's. She's lived in Elko almost her whole life, she's 85 and she has done a lot while living here. She donates to the Catholic Church and the animal shelter and has to the schools and other little fund raisers. She's is the most giving person I know. She never gets the credit for it but she doesn't ever care. She's a good soul. “

Edith is very passionate about animals, and one of her favorite places to donate is to the Elko County Animal Shelter. When I say Edith is passionate about furry four legged creatures it is not to be taken lightly. Throughout Edith’s home are cute animal knick knacks further emphasizing her love for animals. Edith spent 30 years with the Animal Relief Foundation and described to me that they had saved so many

“Saving an animal won’t change the world, but for that animal the world changes forever.” Edith and her family had moved from mining camp to mining camp when she was younger. Her parents separated and later, Edith’s mother remarried. Edith, her Mother, Step Father and Brother Jack all relocated to Elko in 1939 when she was in 3rd grade and she has been here since! Edith is from Elko High schools Graduating class of 1948! I asked Edith what things were like when she was growing up in Elko and she said “Things weren’t like they are now.”


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animals she couldn’t account for how many cats and dogs they were able to find forever homes for. Sadly Edith’s very own four legged companion Jenny passed away this last year. Edith has also been very generous to Elko’s Catholic Church and for many years would take communion to those who were unable to attend church. Edith also worked at the Nevada Youth Training Center for 13 years.

There is no greater gift than the gift of a second chance.

Edith thank you for being so generous to our community and for spending your years fighting for our four legged companions and giving them the chance they so deserve! There is no greater gift than the gift of a second chance. Your kindness and compassion is so greatly appreciated and you are so deserving of being our Good Neighbor! So for our readers, on behalf of Edith, if you are in a position to adopt PLEASE go down to The Elko Animal Shelter and help one of the shelters occupants find a FUR-ever home today!

If you know someone who deserves to be nominated for our Good neighbor please visits Shabonya Dutton’s Facebook page and message us your nominee’s information! You can also email kelsie.creamer.k9f0@statefarm. com or stop by our office at 1794 Idaho St. and fill out a ballot.

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Spay and Neuter:

Really is a Matter of Life and death Pet Personals

| Contributed by Elko Veterinary Clinic |

Every year, millions of unwanted dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens, are euthanized. The good news is that responsible pet owners can make a difference. By having your dog or cat sterilized, you will do your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens.

Spaying and neutering prevents unwanted litters, helps protect against some serious health problems, and may reduce many of the behavioral problems associated with the mating instinct. Veterinarians always recommend spaying and neutering pets, but many may not explain why it is so important. I hope to illustrate with two examples. These cases are very difficult and heartbreaking for veterinarians and their teams because the illness could have been avoided.

One example is a middle age to older female dog that has been sick for a few days and was brought to the clinic for vaginal discharge. She was not spayed and was otherwise healthy. She was diagnosed with a pyometra. This is a life threatening infection of the uterus which requires emergency surgery to remove the uterus. The surgery was too expensive for the family to afford so euthanasia was elected. The second example is another middle aged female dog who presented with vaginal discharge. She


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also had a pyometra. The family was able to afford surgery and during the preparation for surgery a large mammary gland mass was found. The mass was malignant and had already metastasized to the lungs. The dog recovered from surgery but the tumor was malignant and due to the masses in the chest she only lived another few months before the family elected euthanasia. Two dogs and two different situations. In both cases, pets’ lives ended and the bond with their family

it is never too late to prevent an unnecessary illness in your furry loved one. broken prematurely. Patients like these are not the only ones; this happens almost daily within the veterinary profession. The knowledge that we can save lives and help animals, but in some circumstances fail to achieve that goal, is gut wrenching. The worst part of these examples is that it all could have been avoided with a simple ovariohysterectomy years earlier. A spay or ovariohysterectomy is the surgical removal of a female animal’s reproductive organs so she cannot become pregnant. A neuter is the surgical removal of a male animals testicles. Removing a female dog or cat’s ovaries eliminates heat cycles and generally reduces the unwanted behavior that leads to some frustration for owners. Removing the testes from male dogs and cats reduces the breeding instinct, making them less inclined to roam and more content to stay at home. The procedure has no effect on a pet’s intelligence or ability to learn, play, work or hunt. Some pets tend to be better behaved following surgical removal of their ovaries or testes, making them more desirable companions. While both spaying and neutering are major surgical procedures, they are also the most common surgeries performed by veterinarians on cats and dogs. Like any surgical procedure, sterilization is associated with some anesthetic and surgical risk, but the overall incidence of complications is very low. Before the procedure, your pet is given a thorough physical examination to ensure that he/she is in good health. General anesthesia is administered to perform the surgery and medications are given to minimize pain. You will be asked to keep your pet calm and quiet for a few days after surgery as the incision begins to heal.

Benefits for you and your pet: • Spaying and neutering reduces or eliminates the odds of breast cancer and dangerous uterine infections in females and prostate problems and testicular cancer in males. • Decreases frustration for owners due to decrease in the natural urge to mate. Your companion will be less distracted, more easily trained, and a more contented member of your family. • Decrease in the animal's need to roam in search of a mate, decreasing the chances that your pet will become lost, get into fights with other animals or be hit by a car. • Eliminate messy heat cycles in females and attracting unwanted males. Irresponsible or accidental breeding contributes to dog attacks and bites. • Reduce spraying, wailing, marking territory, or making inappropriate sexual approaches toward people or objects. • The extra expense for food or veterinary care in the event of an unexpected litter of puppies or kittens. • Many communities offer lower licensing fees and other benefits for spayed or neutered companion animals. • Spaying and neutering helps reduce the number of strays and unwanted animals in a community. Stray animals get into garbage cans, scare people, cause car accidents, and damage property. Some stray animals kill or injure wildlife.

There are numerous benefits to getting your pet spayed or neutered and it is never too late to prevent an unnecessary illness in your furry loved one.

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