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Entertaining Tips to Up Your Game The fall and winter months bring plenty of entertaining opportunities, ranging from tasting wine or watching football games, to formal parties or casual nights in with friends. Regardless of the occasion, there are simple ways to make each experience stand out. Elevate your football fare. It’s easy to add a little something special to your typical football viewing foods. Provide some unexpected toppings for your burgers, such as pickled vegetables or interesting cheeses like jalapeño cheddar, smoked Gouda, or gorgonzola. Swap the usual potato chips and onion dip for some artisanal breads or crackers with Boursin® Gourmet Spreadable cheese. With a re-closable lid and enticing flavors like Vermont White Cheddar and Sage or Spinach and Artichoke, these cheeses are easily transported for an enjoyable addition to any party spread. For a fun and functional dessert, bring along hot chocolate fixings. It’ll satisfy your sweet tooth and warm you up at the same time. Add a nice touch with homemade flavored marshmallows. If you can’t take the cold, head into the kitchen. There are countless

opportunities to escape the cold by enjoying an evening in with friends - book clubs, watching red carpet or other TV events, game nights, or simple dinner parties. The key to a memorable experience for your guests is to surprise them with a delicious appetizer. While a nice spread of seasonal fruits, artisan cheeses and charcuterie is always appreciated, baking something in your oven will take the experience to another level. This fills your home with a welcoming aroma that will set the tone for a lovely evening. Vermont White Cheddar and Sage Pretzel Bites are small and manageable in size but big in flavor – they’re sure to delight your guests.

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With construction starting in midFebruary, Caltrans hosted three community meetings last week to prepare the San Juan Capistrano residents and businesses for upcoming improvements on the I-5 / Ortega Highway interchange. More than 200 community members attended an open house at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano last Thursday. Outreach staff shared project information including a project overview, construction staging and a

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Ten Super Bowl Trivia Fun Facts A: Super Bowl I was held in A: The Cowboys and the Steelers Memorial Coliseum in Los An- collided in Super Bowls X, XIII, and geles on Jan. 15, 1967. The XXX. The Steelers won the first two; Green Bay Packers beat the Dallas won Super Bowl XXX. Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10. The Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills played in consecutive years in Super Q: Which NFL team has Bowls XXVII and XXVIII. Dallas won played in the most Super both games. Bowls? The San Francisco 49ers and the A: The Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinnati Bengals met in Super and Dallas Cowboys have Bowls XVI and XXIII. The 49ers won each played in 8 of them. both games. The Steelers have won six of The Miami Dolphins and the Washthose games (also a Super ington Redskins tangled in Super Bowl record). The Cowboys Bowls VII and XVII. They split the have a 5-3 record. series.

By Eric R. Ivie Plan on attending a Super Bowl party on Feb. 3 when the The San Francisco 49ers’ and the Baltimore Ravens get together for Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans? Want to impress your friends with your vast knowledge of Super Bowl trivia? Try these questions on for size. Remember the answers, and you’ll be the hit of your Super Bowl party. Q: Where was the first Super Bowl held?

Q: Which NFL teams have Q: Who holds the Super Bowl never played in the Super record for most rushing yards in a Bowl? game? A: The Cleveland Browns, Detroit A: Timmy Smith of the Redskins Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, and ran for 204 yards and two touchHouston Texans. downs in Super Bowl XXII against the Denver Broncos. Pretty amazing, Q: How many Super Bowls have considering that he only ran for 602 the 49ers been in, including Super yards and three touchdowns in his Bowl XLVII? How about the Ravens? entire NFL career. A: This is San Francisco’s 6th trip to the Super Bowl. It’s Baltimors 2nd trip. Q: Who is the only player to earn the Super Bowl MVP honor from the Q: Can you name the Super Bowl losing team? rematches (hint: there are four sets A: Linebacker Chuck Howley of the of teams)? Cowboys won the MVP award after

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Laguna Playhouse Surfingthemed Gala Raises Over $100,000 Nearly 300 supporters, friends, Board members and Playhouse staff of The Laguna Playhouse enjoyed a fun-filled evening at a Surfing-themed Gala, “California Dreamin’”, held at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort and Spa. The net proceeds of the event will help to sustain the operations of the 91-year-old icon – the oldest continuing operating theatre west of the Mississippi.

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The event, co-chaired by Heidi Miller of Tight Assets and Elizabeth Pearson, Development Director of the Playhouse and a Laguna Beach city council member, boasted a planning committee of 19 Playhouse supporters. “We were all able to relax and enjoy each other at this, our first casual, ‘surf culture-inspired’ event,” said Karen Wood, Executive Director of the Laguna Playhouse. Guests were encouraged to wear casual beachwear; even flip-flops were okay, per the invitation! The evening featured Beach Boys-type music presented by “Papa Doo Run Run”. Dinner was served and guests had their choice between Short ribs, fish, chicken or vegetarian meal along with wine as well as a no host Volunteer Karen Gray poses with Leslie Anne Mogul, Associate Director of Development and Barbara Liddy (volunteer and PW member) and Heidi Miller, Surf bar available for other adult libations. Gala co-chair

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as much of the food ahead of time as you can. Peel, chop and prep veggie trays a day or two in advance. Dips and desserts can be made the day before. If you’ll be making anything in a slow cooker, prep all your ingredients in advance as well, so that all you have to do when you wake up is put them in the cooker and turn it on. Sack Boring Snacks Stock up on all-star ingredients: Make sure you have plenty of the things your team really likes. Crowdpleasers like Cheez-It, Town House Flipside crackers, Keebler cookies, and Rice Krispie Treats make adults and kids alike happy, and they can be used as ingredients in other dishes, too. Run a surprise play: Try a new recipe like these Spicy Touchdown Tenders. They get a surprising, crunchy kick from Cheez-It Hot & Spicy crackers. Serve them with some Buffalo sauce and they’ll be the MVPs of your party.

Recruit a Great Team Call on your special teams: If you want a great dessert, but don’t bake, ask your baking friends to work their magic for the party. Get the resident chili expert to make his best, and let your friend the décor expert set the scene. They’ll enjoy working in their zones, and you get a few things taken off your to-do list. Let the Pee Wee League play, too: Get the kids involved with party prep. Older ones can help you make food and younger ones can set out utensils, cups and plates. You can appoint some special “Trash Referees” to patrol the party and help clean up plates and cups during the game, so there’s not a big mess to clean up afterward. Spicy Touchdown Tenders Preparation Time: 15 minutes Total Time to Serve: 1 hour Servings: 5 1 pound chicken tenders 3/4 cup buffalo chicken wing sauce

2 cups Cheez-It Hot & Spicy crackers, crushed Place chicken tenders in large plastic, zip-tip bag. Pour in buffalo chicken wing sauce. Refrigerate at least 30 minutes. Spray large baking sheet with c o o k i n g s p r a y. S e t a s i d e . P r e h e a t o v e n t o 3 7 5 ° F. Place crushed crackers on large plate. Remove each chicken tender from marinade and roll in crackers to coat. Place on prepared baking sheet. Repeat with remaining tenders. Discard any remaining marinade. Place prepared chicken in preheated oven. Bake 15-20 minutes or until thermometer reaches 165ºF. Serve hot.

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Hosting a super bowl Party? Get the Guests Involved Hosting super bowl parties, dinner parties, brunches and events should be fun, but there’s often so much to do that fun goes off the menu. By getting the guests involved, you can host a gathering and still have a good time. Here are some tips for creating your own enjoyable and unforgettable gathering.

Make it potluck

Keep things simple and cut down on party prep time by asking guests to contribute a dish. Assign appetizers, salads and sides to your guests so that all you will need to prepare is the main dish. Perhaps ask some guests to contribute to the beverage selection as well. Ensure that guests can reach food items on the buffet by propping up dishes with elevated platforms like tiered platters or cake stands. For an inexpensive solution, place a bowl upside down and cover with a vibrant or patterned cloth napkin before setting the food on top.

Place pitchers of ice water flavored with strawberries or cucumbers for guests to enjoy throughout the event. Set out a Keurig SingleCup Brewer with an assortment of Starbucks Coffee K-Cup Packs so guests can brew their favorite premium coffee. “Make sure your guests have everything they need to ‘personalize’ their after-dinner coffee by providing creative mix-ins for their individual cup. Flavored syrups like vanilla, hazelnut, and peppermint are always a hit, as well as fun toppings like ground cinnamon, chocolate shavings, caramel and whipped cream,” says Jenn Sbranti, Founder of Hostess with the Mostess. “For the finishing touch, include a few clever ‘stir stick’ garnishes – such as cinnamon sticks, rock candy, and tall pirouette cookies.”

Set up interactive desserts

Create a self-serve station with ingredients for do-it-yourself desserts. Update a classic idea like an ice cream sundae bar by offering Stock the beverage bar guests frozen yogurt and fresh Be sure to designate an area fruit instead so they can create for beverages and refreshments. healthy parfaits. Another creative Page 16

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idea would be setting up a sweet and savory popcorn station, where guests can fill up small lunch sacks or gift bags with their favorite flavored popcorn and personal toppings. Prepare the sugary and savory popcorn bases (recipes available online) or buy premade sweetened and buttery popcorn. Then set out assorted toppings for the choosing – savory options could include truffle oil, grated Parmesan, sea salt, dried herbs, and dry ranch or taco seasoning; for the sweet tooth, offer cocoa mix, apple pie spice, chocolate or peanut butter candies, and toffeecoated peanuts.

Send guests home with leftovers Finally make post-party cleanup easier on yourself by offering guests leftovers at the end of the night. Purchase paper food containers beforehand so everyone can help themselves to their favorite foods to take home. So whether you’re planning a big dinner party or an intimate brunch, remember that sharing the host responsibilities and introducing DIY aspects to the occasion lets you reduce your own stress and enjoy more time with your guests.


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Five Most Memorable Plays in Super Bowl History By Aaron Smith There is no bigger stage in all of sports. Fans from all over the world tune in to watch the Super Bowl. This is a game where great players become legends and good teams take the next step and become championship-level teams. As Super Bowl XLVII quickly approaches, I wanted to take a look big at the biggest plays in the history of the Super Bowl. There are so many great plays that it is hard to pick just five, but I’ve put together a list of five plays that top the list of most memorable plays in the history of the Super Bowl.

#5 Juggling Reception 5. Super Bowl X- Lynn Swann’s Juggling Catch: Lynn Swann put on a show in Super Bowl X, and he was named the Most Valuable Player of the game. It was his juggling 53-yard reception that will go down as one of the best plays in the history of this huge game. Swann tipped the ball to himself and was somehow able to catch it while falling to the ground. This catch proved to be crucial as the Steelers edged the Cowboys 21-17.

4. Super Bowl XXIII- Montana to Taylor: The Cincinnati Bengals were in control after taking the lead with just over three minutes left, but the San Francisco 49ers had plenty left in the tank. Joe Montana was already nicknamed “Joe Cool”, and he showed exactly why as the 49ers went on a 92-yard scoring drive to beat Cincinnati in the last minute. It was a ten-yard touchdown to John Taylor in back of the end zone with 39 seconds left that sealed the deal for San Francisco.

3. Super Bowl XLIII- Harrison Rumbles for 100 Yards: The Arizona Cardinals appeared ready to take a 14-10 lead into halftime over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but James Harrison had other ideas. The clock ran out while Harrison was running it back, which meant if he didn’t take it all the way back the Steelers would get no points out of this amazing play. Some terrific blocking and amazing running by a big linebacker resulted in Harrison sliding into the end zone just before Larry Fitzgerald tackled him. This play was a 14 point swing

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#3 Harrison Rumbles for 100 Yards

#1 Mike Jones Tackle in a game that was decided in the 1. Super Bowl XXIV- Mike Jones last minute. Tackle: The St. Louis Rams led 2316 with ten seconds left when Steve 2. Super Bowl XLII- David Tyree’s McNair delivered a strike on a slant Helmet Catch: The Patriots looked as pattern to Kevin Dyson. Dyson darted if they were going to run the table, but toward the end zone only to be tackDavid Tyree made an incredible play led by Mike Jones at the one yard line. that changed the complexion of the This tackle has become known as game. The Giants had third and 20 simply “The Tackle.”The image stays to go, and Eli Manning just chucked in my mind as clear as can be even to one up for grabs only to see it end this day. Dyson reaching out the ball in Tyree’s hands that were pinned as Jones drags him down and denies against the top of his helmet. Instead the Titans a game tying touchdown. of fourth and 20 the Giants had a There are plenty of touchdown-saving huge first down that led to them beat- tackles in the NFL, but none has even ing the previously unbeaten Patriots. been bigger than this one!

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