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FOR MORE-MARVELOUS MASHED POTATOES (NAPS)—Here’s a quick tip for a delicious dish: Slow cook your mashed potatoes. Slow cookers save time, energy and space in the kitchen. They’re particularly helpful during holidays, when extra stove top and oven space are in high demand. Slow cookers actually save you time because there’s no need for constant attention or frequent stirring and there’s minimal cleanup. Here’s one slow-cooker mashed Idaho® potatoes recipe that could fast become a family favorite: Slow-Cooked Mashed Potatoes Approximately eight cups 3 11⁄3 _ 1 _ 1

pounds Idaho® potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch cubes cups water cup (1 stick) butter, divided teaspoon salt or to taste teaspoon black pepper or to taste cup whole milk

Coat a 3_–4-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Add potatoes and pour water over potatoes, stir, cover and cook on high setting 3 hours or until potatoes are tender. Reduce heat to low, add all but 1 tablespoon of the butter, salt and pepper. Using a potato masher or a handheld electric mixer, beat on medium speed until potatoes are thoroughly mashed (while potatoes are in the slow cooker). Slowly add the milk and beat until creamy; do not overbeat or they will be stiff and have a “gummy” texture. Place the remaining 1 tablespoon butter in a small microwave bowl and cook on high Photo courtesy of the Idaho Potato Commission. setting 25–30 seconds or until just melted. Drizzle evenly over potatoes. Cooking Tips • To make sure you’re getFinanc ting potatoes grown in Idaho’s unique climate— Ava ila ing ble warm days, cool nights, rich volcanic soil and abundant fresh water—always look for the “Grown in Idaho” seal. • Cut potatoes in evenly shaped cubes. • Place potatoes in cold water and then bring to a boil. • Add a bouillon cube to the potatoes while they are boiling. • Don’t overbeat. This can create starchy, sticky mashed potatoes. • Beat in herbs, seasonings, GET ON THE LIST NOW FOR minced vegetables or grated INGROUND POOL INSTALLATION cheese for added flavor and color. • For fluffier mashed potatoes, stir in a _ teaspoon of baking powder. Let sit for a few minutes before serving. Learn_More For more potato facts, tips and recipes, visit www.idahopotato.com. Facebook: Facebook.com/famous idahopotatoes; Twitter: twitter.com/ idahopotato; Pinterest: Pinter est.com/idahopotato.

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ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS EVEN MORE WITH THESE TIME AND MONEY-SAVING TIPS (NAPS)—More, more, more! While the holiday season should beckon a spirit of joy, it can become stressful with increased demands on our time and money. But holiday traditions don’t have to exhaust our energy and financial resources. Sometimes, less is more. The experts at Grocery Outlet Bargain Market can help you trim time and money spending, so you can focus on what’s more important. Tips For Saving Time • Prioritize your commitments. The festivities are endless, but an overcommitted holiday calendar can bring out the Scrooge in anyone. Make a list of the holiday traditions that are most important to you and your family. Then cut the list in half and focus on the traditions that make you happy. • Limit shopping time. Forget those aimless shopping excursions and schedule only one day to complete all your holiday gift shopping. Make a list and stick to one theme for all gifts to make it easier to choose. For example, everyone on your list gets a book, or a game, or a specialty food item. • Make hostess duties easier. The experts at Grocery Outlet Bargain Market suggest asking your guests to contribute an appetizer, side dish or dessert to the big meal. You can focus on the turkey or ham and spend less time in the kitchen. To avoid last-minute hostess stress, set your table two days before with a non-perishable centerpiece. Include empty serving dishes and utensils, labeled according to intended foods, so your helpers can assemble the feast. Tips For Saving Money • Give gifts from the heart. Reduce your gift budget with homemade treats and gifts of your time. Consider framed photos from your digital archives, children’s artwork for grandparents, homemade cookies, or a coupon for petsitting. • Start early. The earlier you start shopping, the more you can take advantage of sales and the less inclined you’ll be to overspend out of desperation. • Shop smart. Take inventory and shop your cupboards before you buy anything. Then, shop discount retailers first, such as Grocery Outlet, where you can find brand-name items for 40–70 percent less. Find the location nearest you at groceryoutlet.com. • Utilize social media. Take advantage of offers on social media

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TRIVIA CONTEST IV 1st Prize - $250 Gift Certificate • 2nd & 3rd Place Win $50 Gift Certificates 4th & 5th Place Win $25 Gift Certificates All Gift Certificates Good Toward Any Merchant in the 2013 Christmas Gift Guide RULES: Each week in the Christmas Gift Guide there will be a Trivia Contest (TOTAL OF 5 WEEKS). Fill out the contest entry form each week and then drop it off at the Thrifty Nickel office or mail to: Christmas Trivia, C/O Thrifty Nickel, 629 East 21st St., Owensboro, KY 42303. You can turn them in each week or at the end of the 5th week. Must enter all 5 weeks to be eligible. The winners will be chosen by the most correct answers of each week. Deadline for all entries will be Monday, December 23rd at 5 p.m. Winners will be announced in the December 27th issue of the Thrifty Nickel. Must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible. Employees and relatives of employees of Thrifty Nickel are not eligible. Only one entry per household per week will be accepted.

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Preheat the oven to 400° F. In a large heavy skillet or saucepan, melt the butter over medium heat. Add the onion and carrots, and cook until soft and golden. Sprinkle in the flour and cook for an additional minute, then whisk in the stock vigorously to avoid any lumps. Whisk in the milk and bring to a simmer, then turn the heat to low and cook until thick but still saucy, stirring often, for 5–10 minutes. Stir in the turkey and peas, then season to taste with salt and pepper. Arrange six ramekins on a baking sheet. Spoon the filling into the ramekins. Roll out the biscuits to fit the top of the pot pies and cover each rame_kin. Bake until the crust is golden and the filling is bubbling, about 20 minutes. For a complete holiday menu, additional recipes, shopping lists and more money-saving tips, visit www.groceryoutlet.com/holidays. You can save time and money by planning meals that make the most of leftovers, such as this Turkey Pot Pie.


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A PROACTIVE APPROACH TO HOLIDAYS FOR PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC DISEASES (NAPS)—A house full of guests. Cooking for a crowd. Financial pressures and end-of-year deadlines. For many, the holidays can evoke feelings of stress rather than cheer. For people living with chronic rare diseases like Michelle Hardy, stress may have an even greater impact. Michelle experienced her first attack of a rare disease called hereditary angioedema (HAE) when she was 17. After having her wisdom teeth removed, the swel_l_ing she experienced was far from normal: Her eyes swelled shut and her lips were so swollen she was unrecognizable. Michelle’s doctor didn’t know how to treat the attack, but within a few days, she was back to normal. At the time, neither Michelle nor her physician knew that she was living with HAE, a rare genetic disorder that causes painful and potentially life-threatening swelling attacks through the body, including arms, legs, face, abdomen and upper airway. Michelle spent nearly 20 years coping with HAE attacks before she was diagnosed. During this time, she did her best to battle through her symptoms and not let HAE interfere with her life. She also became aware of the importance of stress management and wellness when living with chronic diseases. “For HAE patients, and for everyone, living a healthy lifestyle means not just treating the symptoms of your disease, but taking a proactive approach to wellness and being an informed patient. For people with genetic disorders, being informed means that they know their family’s history with the disease and have shared that information with their physicians. We can then use that information to develop an effective treatment plan,” said Dr. Mark D. Scarupa of the Institute for Asthma & Allergy, who has been treating HAE patients for over 10 years. Michelle sometimes felt as though stress management was just another item on an extensive to-do list at

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ORGANIZE TO MAKE ENTERTAINING CAREFREE (NAPS)—You can save yourself some time, space and effort this holiday season and make entertaining carefree with the help of a few organizing tips aimed at different areas of your home. Entryway You can make a great first impression the moment visitors come into your home with an or_ganized entryway. • Use colors and textures to add personal style to your organization solution. The experts at EasyClosets, an online provider of custom organization solutions, suggest exploring the many color options available, including popular neutrals with gray values, true browns and gray browns. Detailed textured finishes with natural characteristics of real wood can add sophisticated flair and make any room feel more inviting. • Store off-season items out of sight to create a clean and tidy appearance. Custom cabinets provide hidden storage while shoe shelves, pull-out baskets, racks and drawers can be added to keep everyday essentials organized. • Provide a convenient place to sit or to store items as you enter or leave your home. A built-in bench becomes a landing pad to slip shoes on

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PRESENT POINTERS (NAPS)—You can be known for having the gift for giving if you heed three hints: 1. Make it personal. Consider the recipient’s hobbies and interests. Give a gardener seeds and gloves; send kitchen equipment to the gourmet cook. 2. Make it unique. If you have a special talent for knitting or painting or photography, give something you’ve created just for them. Even if your photography skills are not that picture perfect, you can turn any snapshot into something memorable with a customized photo gift. To help, Walgreens provides personalized wall decor, mugs, totes, blankets, ornaments, desk accessories, clothing, calendars, photo books, canvas prints, puzzles, and cases for smartphones and tablets. You can even get holiday ornaments in assorted shapes and frames. There’s something to make just about everyone on your list feel extra special. 3. Wrap it up. Any gift can seem better in a beautifully wrapped box. Learn_More Information For further information and ideas, go to www.Walgreens.com/ photo or visit any in-store kiosk. Photo gifts can be a quick and creative way to share the holiday spirit.

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