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by Janet Spencer Studies have shown that dancing reduces stress and tension and can also help prevent heart disease. Come along with Tidbits as we look at different kinds of dancing! THE HULA ● ‘Hula’ is a Hawaiian word meaning simply, ‘dance.’ Originally, only men were allowed to dance the hula. It originated as a method of passing history down, with every single movement carrying a meaning that helped tell the story. The movements were accompanied by drumming and chanting. (Modern hula is more commonly accompanied by ukeleles and guitars.) Hula dances also honored and appeased the gods in religious ceremonies (particularly the volcano gods) and paid homage to leaders. The hula was once outlawed by missionaries who considered it sinful. But David Kalakaua, King of Hawaii from 1874 through 1891, reinstated the tradition of hula dancing, thereby earning his nickname, the ‘Merrie Monarch.’ Each year, the Merrie Monarch Festival is held in his honor. The peak of the festival is the hula competition, with both men and women dancing. An authentic hula skirt requires the leaves of about 60 ti plants, takes about four hours to weave, and wears out in 3 to 5 days of use. turn the page for more!

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DANCING SHOWMANSHIP ● In the 1800s people were fascinated with Native Americans, so P.T. Barnum imported a band of Sioux from Iowa to perform in his New York museum. He hired them to perform their ritualistic dances on stage in front of an audience. Their favorite was the war dance, but they performed it so convincingly that Barnum was afraid someone would get hurt. So he asked them to perform the more sedate wedding dance instead. They agreed, as long as Barnum agreed to provide a new red woolen blanket so the bridegroom would have a gift to give the bride’s father. Barnum agreed, since the blanket cost only $10 and his box-office receipts were very good. But then they informed him that he must buy a new wedding blanket for every performance. Since the show was performed twice a day, six days a week, Barnum was spending $120 a week on blankets. Soon the tribe got homesick for their native land. Barnum paid their passage back to Iowa. ● In 1942, the impresarios for Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus decided they wanted to teach their circus elephants to dance. They contacted choreographer George Balanchine and told him to find a composer to help him. He chose Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, and the telephone conversation went like this: “I need you to compose a piece of music for me.” “What kind of music?” “A polka.” “For whom?” “Elephants.” “How old?” “Young!” “OK, if they are very young, I’ll do it!” The result was “Circus Polka” and it was performed 425 times. ● Aristotle told the story of the city of Sybaris, where the horses were taught to dance to the music of a pipe. When the Sybarites went to war against the Crotonians, the Crotonians brought along a lot of pipes. On the battlefield, the pipers began to play, the Sybarian horses began to dance, and the riders were easily slaughtered. DANCE WORD ORIGINS ● The old English word ‘jouk’ means to dance, and from that we get our juke box.

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Hero Dogs Get Names in Lights The American Kennel Club and the American Humane Association both recently honored dogs that are heroes in our community. The American Humane Association held a vote for America's top "hero dog" from a finalist list of eight inspiring dogs like Cassidy, who lost a leg after being hit by a car and now, with his owner, advocates for specialneeds dogs; and CWD Carlos, an explosive detection dog who served in Iraq and Afghanistan but was sadly neglected following his retirement -- only to be rescued and brought home. The AHA nominee with the most votes will be declared the organization's Hero Dog Ambassador for 2013. And the American Kennel Club honored five working dogs with its Award for Canine Excellence (ACE). They include Bart, a former hunting dog who's now a companion dog for

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DANCE WORD ORIGINS cont'd ● Thespis was a poet, dancer, and theatrical manager around 500 BC. He did so much to promote theater that he is still honored today in the word ‘thespian.’ ● The word ‘carol’ comes from the Middle English word ‘carolen’ meaning to sing joyously. That word originates with the Greek word ‘choraulein,’ which was a ring dance accompanied by flutes. ● ‘Polak’ means Polish man, and ‘polka’ means Polish woman. In addition, the Czeck word ‘pulka’ means ‘half-step.’ When a new dance originating in Bohemia took the world by storm, it was called the Polka. The polka was very popular and many different items were named after the dance. When a new fabric was invented, the manufacturer decided to name the new design ‘polka dots.’ FAST FACTS ABOUT DANCE ● It is illegal to dance to the Star Spangled Banner in several states. ● President James Polk banned dancing and drinking in the White House. At his inaugural ball, these illicit activities stopped— until the president and his wife left the ball. ● In 1865, somcone sprinkled cayenne pepper on the dance floor in Virginia City, Montana during a dance, causing a sneezing uproar. ● Russian ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky was able to cross and uncross his legs ten times in a single leap. ● Barnum and Bailey Circus once had a troupe of dancing cows.

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● On Oct. 17, 1906, Wilhelm Voigt, a German shoemaker, impersonates an army officer and leads an entire squad of soldiers to help him steal 4,000 marks. Voigt humiliated the German army by exploiting their blind obedience to authority and getting them to assist in his audacious robbery. ● On Oct. 15, 1917, Mata Hari is executed for espionage by a French firing squad. Her military trial was riddled with bias and circumstantial evidence, and it is probable that French authorities trumped her up as "the greatest woman spy of the century" as a distraction for the huge losses the French army was suffering. ● On Oct. 14, 1947, U.S. Air Force Capt. Chuck Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. Yeager's X-1 rocket plane was lifted to an altitude of 25,000 feet by a B-29 aircraft and then released through the bomb bay. ● On Oct. 16, 1958, Chevrolet begins to sell the El Camino, a combination sedan-pickup truck. In 1964, the company introduced a version built on the brawnier Chevelle platform. Today, the car is a cult classic. ● On Oct. 20, 1962, the White House press corps is told that President John F. Kennedy has a cold; in reality, he is holding secret meetings with advisers on the eve of ordering a blockade of Cuba. Kennedy had seen photographic proof that the Soviets were building ballistic missile sites on the island of Cuba. ● On Oct. 18, 1974, soul singer Al Green is attacked in his own bathtub when an ex-girlfriend pours a pot of scalding-hot grits on his back. Her actions left Green with severe injuries but also shaken emotionally and spiritually. By 1976, Green had become an ordained Baptist minister and purchased a Memphis church, where he still preaches today. ● On Oct. 19, 1982, maverick automobile executive John DeLorean is arrested in a Los Angeles motel with a briefcase containing $24 million worth of cocaine. According to authorities, DeLorean was attempting to make a drug deal in order to rescue his financially ailing DeLorean Motor Company.

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● There's nothing surprising about the fact that upon the death of British novelist, poet and essayist D.H. Lawrence, the author's body was cremated. What is unusual is that, at Lawrence's request, his ashes were mixed into the plaster used to build the D.H. Lawrence Ranch in Questa, N.M. ● As Halloween approaches, if you live in New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Iowa, you might want to keep in mind your state's tax policy. If you're buying a pumpkin to carve into a jack-o'-lantern, you'll need to pay tax on the gourd. Pumpkins used for food purposes, however, are subject to no such tax. ● In 2009, a Saudi couple who had spent their honeymoon in Malaysia encountered difficulty on the return flight home. It seems that the groom felt the bride was taking too long in the airport restroom, so he boarded the flight back to Saudi Arabia before she did. When he allowed the plane to leave without her, she insisted on an immediate divorce. ● The next time you've enjoyed a happy hour out with friends, you might want to consider the virtually unknown adjective "gambrinous," which means "to be content and happy due to a stomach full of beer." Thought for the Day: "My advice to you is to get married. If you find a good wife, you'll be happy; if not, you'll become a philosopher." -- Socrates

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FAST FACTS ABOUT DANCE cont'd ● Choreographer Paul Taylor once performed a solo dance on stage in which he simply stood motionless for four minutes. The critic for “Dance Observer” magazine reviewed his work by giving him four inches of blank white space. DANCE ANTICS & ANECDOTES ● In France in 1960 a new disco opened up called Chez Régine. For weeks everyone who showed up at the door was turned away. A sign out front perpetually announced that the disco was full. Finally the sign was removed, and customers flooded in. It was an instant success. The ‘Disco Full’ sign was a gimmick designed to get people’s curiosity up. ● In 1971 jazz composer Roger Kellaway wrote a modern ballet entitled mysteriously “PAMTGG.” Audiences soon realized the acronym stood for the TV commercial jingle, “Pan Am Makes the Going Great.” The entire ballet was based on airport life, including takeoff, landing, and baggage scramble. ● Dancer Marie Guimard was famous for her style of dancing which mostly involved graceful movements of the arms as she struck poses. When a piece of falling scenery broke her arm, French opera singer Sohie Arnould remarked, “What a pity it wasn’t her leg; then it wouldn’t have interfered with her dancing!” ● British ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn went to see a troupe of black ballet dancers. One of the male performers invited her to join him on stage and she gamely tried to keep up with the rhythm and movement of the vigorous dance as he guided her through the steps. He took her back to her seat saying, “You’re an attractive girl; it’s too bad you can’t dance!”

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CANADIAN DANCE FACTS ● In Canada, the number of people who report earning a living from dance grew from less than 400 in 1971 to over 6,000 in 2001. ● Over a million Canadians adults take dance classes or perform in their community. ● Over one-quarter of a million Canadian citizens take ballet lessons. ● Throughout Canada, dancers earn lower incomes than all other culture workers, and rank among the bottom 5% of all occupations.

WOMEN IN HISTORY VIRGINIA MCMATH ● When Virginia Katherine McMath was born in Missouri in 191, her young cousin had trouble pronouncing the name ‘Virginia,’ saying ‘Ginga’ instead, so Virginia became Ginger. Her mother divorced her father, and later married John Rogers, turning Virginia McMath into Ginger Rogers. Ginger’s mother was very actively involved in theater, writing Hollywood scripts for a living and touring with theatrical troupes, so Ginger grew up backstage. She got her first taste of the limelight when she won a Charleston dance contest, which allowed her to tour the Vaudeville circuit extensively. Her mother went along on the tour, acting as her manager. ● Upon arriving in New York City, she landed a role in a Broadway play called “Top Speed,” and then immediately landed the leading role in the Gershwin play “Girl Crazy,” which made a star out of both herself and Ethyl Merman. One of the crew members hired to help with choreography was a young dancer named Fred Astaire. In 1930, Ginger signed a 7-year contract with Paramount Pictures. She was 19 years old. In the decades to come, she would make over 70 films. ● In 1933, she teamed up with Fred Astaire for the first time, making a film called “Flying Down to Rio” which turned out to be the first of ten films they made together. Although they played supporting characters in the film, their dance chemistry was so remarkable that audiences clamored for more. A string of feature films followed, including such hits as “Top Hat” and “The Gay Divorcee.” Although the two worked well together, they were never close offstage. However, as Astaire later reflected, “All the girls I ever danced with thought they couldn’t do it, but of course they could. So they always cried. All except Ginger. No no, Ginger never cried.”

1. Is the book of 1 Chronicles in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From Judges 11:1, who was a mighty man of valor but the son of a harlot? Jeroboam, Eliada, Jephthah, Adnah 3. What can't one tell from where it comes and where it goes? Serpent, Lust, Wind, War 4. From Genesis 6:8, who found grace in the eyes of the Lord? Noah, Moses, Adam, Eve 5. Though they join forces, who will not go unpunished? Heathens, Mortals, Beasts, Wicked 6. How old was Isaac when he took Rebekah as his wife? 14, 40, 80, 130

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For Advertising Call (740) 446-4543 GINGER ROGERS (cont’d) ● By the mid-1940s, Ginger Rogers was Hollywood’s highest paid performer. She won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1940 for her role in “Kitty Foyle.” In the 1942 film “The Major and the Minor,” she played the part of a woman who disguises herself as a 12-year-old. In the movie, her real mother played the role of her film mother. She starred with Ronald Reagan in the 1951 anti-Ku Klux Klan thriller, “Storm Warning.” ● By the 1950s as her film popularity began to fade, she returned to the stage for long successful runs in plays such as “Hello, Dolly!” and “Mame.” Her final film was the 1965 biopic “Harlow” in which she played the mother of actress Jean Harlow. In 1985, she fulfilled a lifelong dream when she directed the off-Broadway musical “Babes in Arms.” She was 74 years old at the time. Along the way, she married and divorced five times but never had any children. Her autobiography, “Ginger: My Story” was published in 1991. ● Her final appearance in a TV role was in 1987 when she appeared in the series “Hotel.” ● She continued making public appearances until a stroke left her partially paralyzed and dependent upon a wheelchair. In spite of the stroke, she never saw a doctor. ● Ginger Rogers died of a heart attack in 1995 at the age of 83. Her ashes, interred next to her mother’s, are in the same cemetery where Fred Astaire is buried. ● Garson Kanin wrote of them, “The magic of Astaire and Rogers cannot be explained; it can only be felt. They created a style, a mood, a happening. They flirted, chased, courted, slid, caressed, hopped, skipped, jumped, bent, swayed, clasped, wafted, undulated, nestled, leapt, quivered, glided, spun - in sum, made love before our eyes. We have not seen their like since.”






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● Judy was born in 1937 in Shanghai, in a dog kennel. A purebred pointer, she was a brown and white dog of exceptional intelligence and devotion. She was still very young when she was presented to the Royal Navy of Britain in order to serve as a mascot. ● Her first assignment was to the ship called the Gnat, where she narrowly avoided death when she fell overboard into the Yangtze River. She and her crew patrolled Chinese waters in spite of Japanese bombardment. The citizens of Hankow were so thankful that they awarded her a silver medal. ● When the Gnat was captured by the Japanese in 1939, Judy and her crew were transferred to another gunship called HMS Grasshopper. By now Judy had been trained to point whenever she sensed the approach of a Japanese aircraft. Because of her acute hearing, she often knew of their approach long before humans could hear the engines. ● In 1942 the ship was attacked by bombers and forced to beach on a barren island. Two days later, Judy showed up, completely covered in oil. There was no water on the island – until Judy began digging in a very determined manner in one particular spot, unearthing an underground spring. The crew was saved. ● The crew of the Grasshopper was eventually captured by the Japanese and sent to a POW camp, with Judy smuggled in under bags of rice. She eventually became the only animal ever officially listed as a POW. During her three-year interment, Judy met Frank Williams, a POW from the British air force. Frank and Judy fell in love, and Frank faithfully shared his meager ration of rice with Judy on a daily basis. Not only did Judy alert prisoners to the approach of Japanese guards, but she also pointed out dangers such as snakes and scorpions. ● When she had puppies, one was given to the Commandant of the camp, and another was smuggled into the women’s POW camp. ● In 1944, the men were transferred to Singapore aboard a ship. Dogs were not allowed, but Williams taught Judy to lie still inside a rice sack. When he boarded the ship, Judy climbed into a sack and Williams slung it over his shoulder. For three hours the men were forced to stand on deck in searing heat as they were inspected, and for the entire time Judy remained silent in the bag on his back. ● The ship was torpedoed a few days later. In desperation, Williams pushed Judy out of a porthole, even though there was a 15 feet (4.6 m) drop to the water. He escaped, not knowing if Judy had survived. When Williams was sent to a new POW camp in Sumatra, he began to hear stories of a dog who helped save men from drowning by allowing them to hold onto her collar while she swam towards floating debris. Then one day, Williams was knocked flat when Judy arrived at the camp and bowled him over in her excitement to see him again.

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Q: I have four older duck decoys that were used on my family farm in Wisconsin. I assume they are probably from the 1930s, maybe even earlier. Is there a reference book you can recommend about decoys? Although I have no plans to sell, I would like to find out more about them, especially their collectability. -- Rob, Sioux Falls, S.D. A: Although there are several excellent references, my personal favorite is "Warman's Duck Decoys: Identification and Price Guide," by Russell E. Lewis. Q: I found a presidential calendar at a yard sale and wonder if it is worth any money. If not, I'll save it as a keepsake. I am enclosing a picture of it. -Margaret, Somerset, Pa. A: I have examined the picture you sent and think it is probably a advertising calendar, which was a popular giveaway by insurance companies throughout the 1970s and '80s. I could not see much detail, so I am unable to date it. Q: My mom collected Bing & Grondahl Christmas plates beginning with ones issued during the early 1950s. I have inherited her collection and would now like to dispose of them. -- Susan, Rio Rancho, N.M. A: Collector plates are difficult to sell, especially in our sluggish economy. With that said, I suggest you contact Viking Import House to see if it is a possible place to market your plates. Contact is P.O. Box 386, Windsor, NJ 08561;; 800-3272297.

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JUDY (continued) ● When the guards sentenced her to death, Williams sent her into the jungle to survive on her own. She ate rats and snakes, and a run-in with an alligator left her permanently scarred. ● When the war ended, Judy was smuggled aboard a troop ship headed for Liverpool, where the cook kept her well fed. Following a six month quarantine, she was presented with a Dickin Award, which honors animals in war. Simultaneously, Frank Williams was awarded the White Cross for his devotion to Judy. Interviewed by the BBC in 1946, Judy’s barks were broadcast to the entire nation. Frank Williams and Judy then spent the next year visiting friends and relatives of POWs who had not survived the war. ● Frank Williams cared for Judy until her death due to a tumor in 1950 at the age of 13.

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1. McFadden & Whitehead from their debut album in 1979. The song has been widely covered and is the theme song for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Marching Band. 2. They began with a black Briton, a Jewish drummer, an Anglo-Saxon Englishman and a cross-dressing Irish singer. 3. The Temptations, in 1968. The song won the group its first Grammy for Best Rhythm & Blues Group Performance. In spite of popular opinion, the group has always claimed the song isn't about drugs. 4. The Turtles, in 1969. The song was written in 1964 by two members of The Byrds. 5. "Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen in 1984. The Battle of Khe Sahn became, in the U.S., a symbol of the futility of the war in Vietnam.


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A: Food disposers are very reliable appliances, but if they're underpowered they may be prone to jamming or, when under a heavy load, will shut off. Turn the disposal switch on the wall to the on position. Do you hear a humming sound, but no grinding? Or do you hear no sound at all? If you hear a humming sound, it's likely that the grinder is jammed. Turn the switch off, and then turn off power to the disposal at the main circuit panel. Now, open the sink cabinet and look underneath the disposer. You should see a reset button and possibly a small round hole or slot in the center of the unit. The slot is likely an access point for the impeller. It's accessed with a small handheld wrench (like the Allen wrench that often comes with assemble-yourself furniture), which hopefully is stored on or near the unit. Insert the wrench into the impeller slot and turn it clockwise to try and unjam the unit. To see if it worked, turn power to the unit back on at the circuit panel. Then climb under the cabinet again, locate the reset button and push it. Go up to the power switch and turn it on. The grinder should operate again. What if you can't locate a wrench or an access slot for the impeller? You could always try my mother's favorite fix. Turn off power at the circuit panel, then grab something with a wooden handle, like a broomstick or plunger. Insert the handle into the disposal from the top, place it against one of the blades, and try to turn it clockwise. Then reset the unit as above and test. If neither method works, turn off power to the unit again and look inside the disposal to see if anything is blocking the blades, like a metal utensil or a large object like a bone or avocado seed. Carefully remove any such object and test again. And if all else fails, you may need to replace the entire unit. If so, look for one that has a motor with at least 1/2 horsepower, overload protection and a self-reverse feature to reduce jamming. HOME TIP: To keep your disposal smelling clean, grind up a few lemon or lime peels in it periodically. Send your questions or home tips to My new e-book, "101 Best Home Tips," is available to download on Amazon Kindle! Pick it up it today for just 99 cents.

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pressure in the cuff, high enough to cause pain, can cause the blood pressure to go up, but not usually high enough to put people into the hypertensive range. Another possibility is that the nurse in your doctor's office isn't inflating the cuff high enough to get the correct reading, or deflating the cuff too quickly. The wrong-size cuff can lead to large errors in blood pressure readings. While all of these are possible, a trained nurse who takes blood pressure readings every day is not likely to make errors consistently. You can ask your doctor to double-check the nurse's reading. High blood pressure is one of the most common ailments for the general population. The booklet on it describes what it does and how it's treated. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue -- No. 104W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient's printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. DEAR DR. DONOHUE: Have you ever heard of this? Fifteen minutes after taking a shower, I start itching, and the itch lasts about 20 minutes. It doesn't matter if I use hot or cold water. What is this? -- O.J. ANSWER: I'm not sure. It might be aquagenic pruritus. "Pruritus" is the medical word for itchiness. Pretreatment with an antihistamine before showering can sometimes prevent the itching. Take it about an hour before you shower. Tiny hives also break out on the skin. They may be so tiny you can't see them, or they may be in places where you can't see them. I don't know if I'm correct. Aquagenic pruritus is so rare that I never expected to hear anyone complain of it. Get this confirmed by a dermatologist.

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Lampshade Makeover Brightens Up Room "Who turned out the lights so soon?" I overheard a 5-year-old boy ask his mom as they returned from a toobrief evening bike ride. I find myself pondering the same question. It's as though long, bright summer evenings vanished before our eyes. Ready or not, fall has taken hold, and lamps are back in service. But if you're like me, you might be noticing that the lampshades in your kids' rooms are looking outdated or dingy. The good news is that with just a few inexpensive supplies and your kids' creativity, you can do a lampshade makeover in no time. Using colorful tissue paper and basic glue, you'll see a successful transformation right before your eyes. Here's what you'll need: --Inexpensive, standard white lampshade without pleats. --Sheets of tissue paper in several colors --Household white glue diluted with a few drops of water to create a milkshake-like consistency --Paintbrush Tear tissue paper into 1-inch by 1-inch size pieces. This is a perfect job for preschoolers. Older children might prefer cutting straight-sided squares or rectangles with scissors. Either way, your lampshade will look great. Set the lampshade on a newspaper-covered work surface. Paint an outside section with the glue-and-water mixture and attach the tissue paper pieces, overlapping them as you go. Paint a little of the glue mixture over the top of the tissue paper and smooth each piece out with your fingers. When the shade is covered, finish it off with a final coating of glue and water. Let dry. Here are some creative add-on ideas: Baby's Room Attach a piece of self-sticking Velcro near the base of the lamp. Place a matching piece on a toy, doll or stuffed animal and attach to the lamp. Barnyard-Themed Room Cut out more tissue paper in recognizable barnyard-animal shapes for a young child's room. Cookie cutters make good patterns. Glue them to the tissue-covered shade parading around the shade near the bottom rim. When dry, an adult may outline the shapes with acrylic paint in squeeze bottles. Outer-Space-Themed Room Glue glow-in-the dark stars on a shade that has been covered with navy or other dark-colored tissue squares.

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Maple-Roasted Chicken Thighs This autumnal take on roast chicken is perfect for a chilly fall night. The ingredients -- maple syrup, chicken thighs and sweet root vegetables -- are rustic and really satisfying. 4 large skinless chicken thighs, about 1 1/2 pounds with bones 2 small (about 1 pound total) sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks 1 small onion, cut into 1-inch pieces 8 ounces baby carrots 8 ounces parsnips (can be substituted for above ingredient), cut into 1-inch chunks 1/4 cup maple syrup

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