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The recent cold weather sparked a yearning at my house for a nice pot of pinto beans with a side of spicy, jalapeno cornbread. The problem was that I hadn’t pre-soaked my beans. The solution — my new Fagor pressure cooker. Previously, I had been afraid to use a pressure cooker, mainly because of the way the older models were designed. My mother’s pressure cooker rattled, hummed and blew out fragrant puffs of hot steam like a metal dragon. I’ve heard numerous urban legends about pressure cooker explosions, food-splattered ceilings and ruined dinners. Fortunately, the newer models are virtually fool-proof, sleekly designed and easy to use. The modern pressure cooker is a hermetically sealed pot that heats water or other liquids to a temperature of about 250 degrees F. This is a far higher temperature than you can reach by cooking in an ordinary pot, because the temperature of food is limited by the boiling point of water (212 F). A pressure cooker can reduce cooking time by a factor of three to four. Here’s how it works: The liquid starts boiling and some of it changes to steam, which causes a mixture of air and steam to be released via the safety valve. Once all the air is released, pressure builds up in the pot. When the desired pressure is reached, the heat is turned down to a level where it maintains the proper pressure, and no more steam will be released. If the pressure gets too high, the

heat, bring to high pressure. Reduce heat just enough to maintain high pressure, and cook for 4 minutes. 3. Turn off the heat. Quickrelease pressure by setting the cooker under cold running water. Remove the lid, tilting it away from you to allow the steam to escape. 4. Set cooker over medium-high heat, and stir vigorously. The risotto will look fairly soupy at this point. Boil while stirring every minute or so, until the mixture thickens and the rice is tender but still chewy, 1 to 4 minutes. Stir in the peas when the rice is almost done. (If the mixture becomes dry before the rice is done, stir in the extra 1/2 cup of broth.) The finished risotto should be slightly runny; it will con-


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1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 2 cloves garlic, diced 1 1/2 cups Arborio rice 1/2 cup dry white wine, sherry, dry vermouth or aged white bal- samic vinegar 3 1/2 cups chicken or veg- etable broth 8 ounces sliced porta- bella mushrooms 8 ounces white mush- rooms 1 cup frozen sweet green peas 1/2 cup grated Parmesan, plus more to pass at the table 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, for garnish

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1. Heat oil or butter in a 2 1/2-quart or larger cooker. Add bacon and cook over high heat until bacon is crispy, about 3 to 4 minutes. Remove bacon to paper towels to drain. Add onions, salt and pepper to oil and cook over high heat for about a minute, stirring frequently. Stir in garlic and the rice, taking care to coat the rice with the oil. Cook for 30 seconds, stirring constantly. 2. Stir in wine or balsamic vinegar. Cook over high heat until rice has absorbed the liquid, about 30 seconds. Stir in 3 cups of broth and the mushrooms, taking care to scrape up any rice that might be sticking to the bottom of the cooker. Lock the lid in place. Over high

tinue to thicken as it sits on the plate. 5. Turn off the heat. Stir in the bacon, Parmesan and nutmeg. Serve immediately, garnished with a little parsley. Pass extra Parmesan at the table. (Additional pressure cooker information provided by the Encyclopedia Britannica, *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her website is Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis


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Written by Todd J. Tranum, President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier What a proud moment for Chautauqua County this past week when Westfield music teacher Kent Knappenberger was presented with the inaugural Music Educator Award by the Recording Academy and the Grammy Foundation! We are continually in awe of the accomplishments of local people, and this is one for the record books. Mr. Knappenberger is well known locally as more than just a music teacher. In a county where music education has a long and proud tradition, his work stands out not just at Westfield Academy and Central School, but also at Jamestown Community College where he is an adjunct faculty member and as an alumnus of the SUNY College at Fredonia. He was nominated by former students and the parent of a student, and was selected from a field of over 30,000 applicants. He called the award “humbling,” and added that it “goes a long way in recognizing the important job music educators do.” While this award is a testimony to Mr. Knappenberger personally it is also a tribute, we think, to the job of teachers, their impact on students and families, and to the success of a rural education here in Western New York. We can proudly stand our public education system up against any school in the country and demonstrate how they succeed here despite the constraints of tight budgets, harsh winter weather, transportation logistics, and a variety of other factors. While the Chamber/MAST has been focused recently on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, we also have tremendous respect for arts education. We recognize and encourage the importance of a well-rounded academic and enriching experience for all students. We know that students who graduate from Chautauqua County high schools are fortunate to have a broad background that will carry them into all types of higher learning and career fields. This Grammy award winning teacher has drawn the spotlight onto local music education. We congratulate him and the entire Westfield school team for this exemplary honor.

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All Is Lost (PG-13) — Robert Redford plays a The Mayville-Chautauqua Community Chamber of man fighting for survival Commerce has been hard at work once again planning the on Winter the open ocean. He’s annual Presidents Day Weekend Festival. Because all alone, and a storm of the very cold weather in recent weeks, ice harvesting has has a shipping containbegun on Chautauqua Lake inrammed preparation for constructing er into histhe sailboat. There is an ice castle at Lakeside Park as part of festivities. hardly any dialog — Friday, just a A full weekend of events is scheduled from PICKS OF THE February 14th WEEK through Sundayshort the 16th. For more details, voiceover speech in visit the Presidents Day Weekend Festival Mayville Ender’s Game (PG-13) the Winter beginning and– the rest York pageonly on Facebook. going strong You in itsdon’t 28th —New Mankind’s hope isStill pretty solitary. year, the festival features winter events and the activities for the against extinction lies with even learn character’s whole family, including contests for children and adults one boy who must grow into name. With patience and as a as food and craft vendors. thewell greatest military leader careful eye, a viewer may Earth has ever produced. make it through the run time Humans were almost wiped and feel a thing or two about The Jamestown Community Chamber of Commerce outwill byhold the its ant-like Formics, man’s place in nature. Othannual Salute to the Finest award celebration on soMonday, humanity has poured a ers will be washed away in February 24 at Shawbucks Press Room, 212 West lotSecond of resources Street.into finding a wave of boredom that hits the next brilliant awards commandbefore second act. of the Receiving this year are:the Manufacturer er Year who –will saveLLC; us. Ender Artone, Retailer of the Year – Everydays True Wiggins (Asa Butterfield) is Award – Terry Frank and Dennis Value; Community Service Webster One Group; Pride of Jamestown Award – enrolled inofanMedia elite academy Chautauqua Striders; Business of the Year – Jamestown located on a space station. Business College; to Humanity Award – Here, he has to prove heService has County Health theChautauqua strategic mind and the Network; and New Business of the Year –skills VIE for Fitness. leadership to finish off Registration opens at 5pm and the ceremony will begin theatFormic threat for good. 6pm, the cost is $20 per person for the buffet and there The movie is based off of registration is appreciated and will be a cash bar. Advance thethis science-fiction by event is openseries to Chamber members or non-members. Orson Scott Before You can register at or there was Harry Potter, call 484-1101. Ender Wiggins was the boysavior enrolled in a special school who captured young Morris Chestnut and4 DFW readers. In both movie and Monica Calhoun in “The book, however, “Ender’s Best Man Holiday” Game” is a darker story that takes a closer look at the hero’s morality. DOG OF THE WEEK

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The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce will hold its next Experience Chautauqua Networking Event at Webb’s Year Round Resort on Thursday, February 13. This event will help to kick off the annual President’s Day Weekend Winter Festival, which is organized by the Mayville-Chautauqua Community Chamber of Commerce. Providing networking opportunities with other members is a key component of the Chamber’s work. Our goal is to give each business ample opportunity to market itself in one-on-one sessions with other like-minded business people. Our focus with these events is also to provide Chamber members with a glimpse of the fascinating business and tourism occurrences right here in Chautauqua County. The cost of the networking event is just $10 for preregistered Chamber members or $12 at the door. You can register online at or by calling (716) 366-6200 or (716) 484-1101. Watch for more details coming soon on the variety of New DVDs Reviewed in ThisDay Column activities scheduled for the Presidents WeekendWill Winter Festival in Mayville! be Released the Week of February 10, 2014

I have recently retired. I am concerned, because, financially I do not seem to be receiving checks as promised. I also do not seem to be finding what I thought retirement would be? Anonymous. Your spirit guides and teachers immediately step forward in order to assist you with your current quandary. They are also sending you white light and unconditional love for your self chosen path. Firstly, they are sharing this possibility with/for you...they are relaying you may desire to keep in contact with your retirement advisers/consultants for up to a minimum of three years after your actual retirement date. This may mean calling them with your specific and/or current financial inquiries in order to discover objective reasons for what is occurring... advise them of what is occurring because they may not otherwise be aware of your financial occurrences related to your retirement account. They relay this includes any future financial occurrences related to your retirement account. Secondly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides continue by relaying you may choose to view your current life style differently than you currently are viewing it. They relay you may desire to no longer choose to view your current life situation as retirement. They continue by relaying the word “retirement” may connote “endings” or “the end.” Thirdly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers suggest you may desire to view your current life style as a “commencement;” commencing forward into new realms of possibilities for your self. New possibilities which you create and put into place for your self; this may or may not directly or entirely include your spouse. Fourthly, they indicate they would like you to consider your current life style in order for you to realize the amount of time you now have “on your hands.” Your spirit guides and spirit teachers suggest you may desire to place structure back into your life...example: waking up at a specific time each day...or going to bed in order to sleep at a chosen specific time...or writing out structured goals each evening for you to choose to carry through with the next day. Fifthly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers suggest you choose two days “off” each week for your personal enjoyment and or for the your enjoyment with others. Your father’s spirit steps forward for you now sharing his love; unconditional love; and white light with you. Your father is expressing his newly rediscovered exuberance for life and living it in complete aliveness with you, and his spirit relays... he wishes he had allowed this possibility as a part of his life when his spirit walked in human body. He wishes the same for you; your mother; his other children and grandchildren. He is elated regarding the rediscovery of free will permeating throughout all of eternity. Your father; your spirit teachers; and your spirit guides all depart now sending forth their love; unconditional love; and the white light.

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AQUARIUS: Consider those within your inner circle on the second; they made need your time or vice versa. Indecision may be present on the third. Energies on the fourth may be favorable when allowance is given to multitasking. Self responsible action is indicated for the fifth; future gain may come from this. Transits indicate the spot light may be turned on during the sixth. Consider those who are giving as well as receiving on the seventh. Morning delays may give way to evening or nite time delights on the eighth.

PISCES: Consider allowing for responsible socialization on the second. Inviting friends and/or family over during evening hours of the third may act as an energizer. Peers from work be extend a hand or vice verse on the fourth. Secrets are best kept on the fifth in order to maintain a relationship with the one who shared it/them. Seeking answers to place finishing touches on required action may be required on the sixth. Communication may be fickle on the seventh or eighth; this may affect current romance. ARIES:

Transits indicate researching insightful written ideas in print by great minds on the second. The third may open the doors further with an authoritative person. Cooperation and active participation is indicted for the fourth. Positive action- favorable for others is highlighted on the fifth and sixth. Work and play seem to blend well on the seventh and eighth; a Taurus and/ or Gemini are highlighted. Self responsible communication may be required on the eighth; this may bring desired results.

TAURUS: The day may be filled by spending time with others on the second; this may include

at your home. Work/business related travel or creating plans to travel are highlighted on the third. Consider possibilities for movement within the company on the fourth. Consider possibilities for responsible socialization which may including dining out on the fifth. The out of doors may be calling on the sixth. Mercury Retrograde does not indicate making a decision on the seventh. Communication may be muddled on the eighth; keep this in mind as words come forward.

GEMINI: Consider reviewing plans for the week on the second- keeping in mind your ruling planet goes Retrograde on the sixth. Reviewing finances on the third with a professional may place your mind at ease. Reassurance may come your way from an authoritative figure on the fourth. Placing vacation plans into validity is indicated for the fifth; this may mean extending the time frame. The sixth and seventh may be hectic; self responsibility is indicated. Family may place responsibility on you during the eighth; outcomes appear positive. MOON CHILD: Transits indicate finances may still be in a gain momentum on the second and third; action may be required. Agreeing to disagree may have the most favorable results on the fourth. Self responsibility to consult with a financial adviser on the fifth for possible gain. Required action may be indicated prior to late evening hours on the sixth resulting with gratitude from your behalf. A romantic partner from the past may express their romantic feeling to you on the seventh and/or eighth; single Moon Children may choose to keep ego at bay. LEO: Excitement may be in the air on the second as previously made plans seem to fall into

place. Energies created by current transits on the third seem to be allowing signs of Spring to be foreshadowed. Flexibility allows an authoritative figure to consider your sophisticated work ethics on the fourth and fifth. Cooperation is indicated for the sixth. Gentleness toward a current of possible future romantic partner is indicated for the seventh. Intuition may run high on the eighth; action is indicated around mid March.

VIRGO: The energies created by transits on the second continue to allow for new possibilities; taking self responsible action is indicated prior to late evening on the sixth. The third indicates moving forward with a current project. Romance may be possible on the fourth; verbalizing projected thoughts onto a partner may bring this to a screeching halt. Observation may be indicated for the fifth. The sixth through the eighth may feel never ending with your ruling planet moving in Retrograde; this is a good time for meditation. LIBRA: Current transits allow for utilizing increased energies in order to finalize projects from


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SCORPIO: Transits indicate letting go of the “old” and allowing for the “new” on the second; this may include impossible relationships. A possible new friend or employee may appear on the third. Romance is indicated for the fourth; this may be a new romance for single Scorpios. Another Scorpio may be highlighted on the fifth; keep in mind similar traits may be shared. Spending time with members of your inner circle is indicated for the evenings of sixth and seventh. The eighth allows for educational moments.

SAGITTARIUS: New beginnings may seem to be forefront on the second. Energies created by current transits indicate legally taking the day or part of the day off for personal enjoyment on the third or fourth. The fifth may be filled with required action; completion may be paramount. Kindness towards others and self is indicated for the sixth. Love is in the air on the seventh (this may include a current partner); an air sign is highlighted. Transits allow for completion on the eighth when you choose to choose this possibility. CAPRICORN: Consideration for new beginnings within all of

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The Encyclopedia of Early Earth by Isabel Greenberg (Little, Brown and Company, $23) Reviewed by Ealish Waddell Once upon a time there were two lovers, one from the north pole and one from the south. Across the entire length of the globe they are drawn to each other, two parts of the same soul ... and yet, they can never touch. How did this oddity come to be? That is the central question of “The Encyclopedia of Early Earth,” an entrancing new graphic novel that presents an alternate version of the time before time. Surrounding the story of the lovers is an everexpanding circle of other tales, rippling out into a web of stories within stories. It tells of a family of bird gods, inventors and architects of the world, separate from and yet intimately entwined with their creations. It presents new versions of ancient myths and archetypes from religious and historical traditions, retold with just

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Just about perfect — that’s the best way to describe this wonderful slow-cooker pot roast. See if you don’t agree! 4 cups diced raw potatoes 3 cups sliced carrots 2 cups chopped celery 1 cup chopped onion 1 (2-pound) lean beef rump roast 1 (12-ounce) jar fat- free beef gravy 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes 1/8 teaspoon black pepper 1. Spray a slow-cooker container with butterflavored cooking spray. Evenly layer potatoes, carrots, celery and onion in prepared container. Arrange roast over vegetables. 2. In a small bowl, combine gravy, parsley flakes and black pepper. Evenly spoon gravy mixture over top. Cover and cook on LOW for 8 to 10 hours. Just before serving, cut roast into 8 pieces. Makes 8 servings (1 piece roast and 1 cup vegetable mixture). • Each serving equals: 259 calories, 7g fat, 27g protein, 22g carb., 549mg sodium, 3mg fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 3 Meat, 1 Starch, 1 Vegetable.

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