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WORKING RELATIONS Ethnic diner in Senoia a dream come true

By BRENDA PEDRAZA-VIDAMOUR Special to Times-Herald

Mirta Pagán, a 59-year-old pastry cook, arrives first thing every morning five days a week to start the prep work at a small Puerto Rican diner in Senoia. Pagán works with her daughter, Liza Caraballo, at La Perla del Sur, a restaurant that specializes in traditional Boricua-style dishes including pasteles (Puerto Rican tamale) and mofongo (plantainbased dish). Pagán returned to the States two years ago from Ponce, Puerto Rico’s second largest city. It’s referred to as the island’s capitol of the south or the pearl of the south, hence the restaurant’s homage to its name. Pagán left Ponce in response to pleas from Caraballo’s husband, Jose. He begged his mother-in-law for relief when he realized the demands of running a Puerto Rican kitchen. “A lot of stuff we make is very time-consuming and labor-intensive,” Liza Caraballo said, such as the two days it takes to prepare the pasteles. “He freaked out.” Although Liza is a talented chef, Jose convinced his mother-in-law that with her added experience, she would lend a higher degree of authenticity to the dishes. Pagán welcomed the opportunity, and the Caraballos were thrilled. “Can’t be any more authentic than to have an actual Puerto Rican cooking,” Liza Caraballo said. Pagán worked for nine years at a country club north of Detroit, an improbable venue for her ethnic cooking. A mother of four, Pagán

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nothing,” Pagán complains about a mess left behind. Caraballo forgives her sons more readily. “They’re teens, the fact that they come here at all,” to learn and help is impressive enough for her, for now. While Caraballo and Pagán — who spend most of their time together from gym classes to work to church services — prepare their specialties, Caraballo expects her mother to be looking over her shoulder ensuring quality control. ETHNIC DINER, Page 3

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traditions, Caraballo and Pagán are passing on their cooking skills to Caraballo’s teen-aged sons. One regularly prepares some of the mofongo dishes and pastries, but Caraballo concedes the teens, who are good cooks, may not be as up to par on work ethics as their grandmother. It’s a minor point of contention between the two women. Pagán thinks it’s time for the young men to learn they should follow through with tasks like putting away ingredients after preparing a dish. “There is the oil and garlic already. He finish and don’t say

Readers share their likes, dislikes We’d like to take a moment and thank the more than 450 local residents who participated in The Newnan Times-Herald’s recent readership survey. There was a wealth of information collected. We saw a few surprises, but more importantly, learned what stories and other products you like and don’t like — what you’d like to see more of and what you want to see less of. This information is not going into some dark closet. Rather, we plan to focus on what the majority want to see — or not see — and use the data to continue improving your newspaper. Changes will continue to be made in our coverage, look and focus. Opinions vary, and not everyone will like all the changes. But change, especially in our focus, needs to occur so we provide you what you want. With that said, we’d like to share with everyone what those who responded thought. The survey was conducted through a survey questionnaire available in the newspaper, as well as an online version. About 65 people turned in written responses, with just under 400 using the online survey. The vast majority of those who responded to the print questionnaire were over 60 years of age; those using the online were mostly between the ages of 35 and 64. Overall, readers like our focus on local coverage. That was repeated over and over again, and that is and will remain our primary concentration. There were areas readers felt we covered too much, and others where we didn’t cover enough. We will address those below. Part of the survey included the opportunity to leave comments on what readers like most,

Mirta Pagán and Liza Caraballo, the mother-daughter team behind the specialties served at La Perla del Sur in Senoia, stir things up Puerto Rican-style in the restaurant’s kitchen.

lived with her 36-year-old daughter in Pontiac, Mich. When Caraballo relocated to Georgia three years ago after a managerial promotion with WalMart, Pagán returned to Puerto Rico to care for her ailing mother, and then Caraballo left Wal-Mart to pursue her lifelong dream. “As much as I liked retail, my dream was always to open a restaurant. I’m very proud of my heritage and Puerto Rican culture, and I know here in Georgia there’s not a lot of opportunity to celebrate it,” she said. To continue preserving their

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We can’t please everyone I recently had quite a pleasant email exchange with a spr y a nd delightful young 81-year-old. At first, she was not happy and let me and former reporter and columnist Alex McRae know it. As Miss “J” said to Alex, with a copy to me, “I heard from a reliable source that you will no longer have regular columns in the Times-Herald, just “guest columns.” Consequently, when my subscription expires May 16, 2013, I will not now or ever be a subscriber again. The only reason I EVER subscribed was because I loved and looked forward to your column most every day. When it began to appear just on Sunday, I was more than a little disappointed. Now, if what I hear is true, I have had it with this rag.” T he sta r t of a beauti f u l relationship. And so I had to respond. And here it is in part: “I have worked with Alex since I have been here and consider him a great reporter and even better columnist. “Alex has decided to retire. He will be missed. But he’s an old fart who constantly complains about his creaking knees and having to walk up the stairs. And when it was suggested he use the elevator, he starts ranting about how many people die in two-story elevator accidents and the thing is too slow anyway and somehow Obama is involved. “I will miss giving him the myriad of prescriptions he has to take every day and constantly forgets. We do get worried at times when he starts talking to the newspaper or

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wa nders off. He does not know, but we put a monitoring bracelet on him. He thinks it’s a new watch. “Alex will continue to write his Sunday column, which he has done since I’ve been here and I understand started about the time Moses got the Ten Commandments. “I’m glad you enjoy the rag. It is very good for windows. You can also wrap fish, roll it up and train your dog, cover you bird cage or use it to protect your f loors when you paint. If you have no pets and hate to paint, you can also make a cool hat. “Things are changing. Give us a chance.” Things went better after that. A nd spea k ing of t h i ngs, things are changing here at your newspaper. Starting Wednesday, we will launch a redesign of the newspaper. Don’t panic. Change, especially in this case, is good.  The staff has worked long and hard to create a new look that is more eye-catching and easier to read. Consider it a fresh coat of paint.  We are making other changes as well based on the recent reader survey that more than 450 participated in. We don’t

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New Piedmont Newnan opens Tuesday By ALEX MCRAE Piedmont Newnan Hospital officially opens Tuesday at its new campus at 745 Poplar Road. But before that can happen the aging facility on Hospital Road must be officially closed. It’s not a process that happens with the flip of a switch or wave of a magic wand. Moving from the old facility to the new is actually a balancing act that requires keeping both facilities open for more than a week as people, equipment and procedures underPhoto by Jeffrey Leo go a transition that allows no for error. There was activity Friday at the new Poplar Road campus of Piedmont Newnan Hospital, set to offi- room It’s not a process anyone the and hospital cially open Tuesday. On Friday, outpatient radiology procedures began at the new outpatient lab and respiratory center opened. The Poplar Road Command Center, from which the takes lightly. But, so far, the procedure is going smoothly final move will be overseen Tuesday, opened Friday during daytime hours.

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and remarks from hospital officials make it clear they are ready to officially celebrate the opening of Georgia’s newest hospital on Tuesday at 745 Poplar Road beside Interstate 85. “We’ve waited a long time to be able to welcome patients to their new community hospital,” said Tim Stack, president and CEO of Piedmont

Hea lt hca re. “ We’re proud of the new facility and the expanded services we offer residents of Coweta County and the surroundRelated ing areas. The open- story, page of ing 5A the new Piedmont Newna n Hospita l is pa ramount to our vision of providing comprehensive, quality health care services across the Piedmont Healthcare system.” The final days of joint operation between the two facilities are scheduled down to the minute to make sure that essentia l ser vices offered at Hospital Road remain in place until those services are

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released a (supposedly nonfiction) report claiming that grasshoppers, beetles and their buddies are “underutilized” as a food source. “Under utilized? ” T hese pe ople a re wor r ie d t h at humans don’t eat enough bugs? T hat k i nd of news ma kes me wa nt to holler “Thank you, Jesus!” But I digress. An agency official told the Associated Press, “Insects are everywhere and they reproduce quickly… and leave a low environmental footprint. They provide high-quality protein and nutrients when compared with meat and fish and are particularly important as a food supplement for undernourished children.” Since most “first world” supermarkets don’t feature an insect aisle, bold new steps must be taken to raise enough bu g s to fe e d t he world . Experts say it’s just a matter of ramping up the insect “farming” practices already used by the fish bait industry.  Well, sure. If the family is out of fresh crickets when unexpected guests drop in,

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mom can dash to the bait shop and snag some more. Don’t get me wrong. I have no moral objection to eating insects and have swallowed my share, but usually by accident at scout cookouts and outdoor wedding receptions.  And in the interest of full disclosure I admit eating (a few) chocolate-covered ants and grasshoppers. I have even watched Food Network stars snack on raw roaches without gagging. But I’m not ready for a steady diet of praying mantis meat and caterpillar fritters. The good news is, everyone agrees that obesity will soon be a bigger problem than starvation. So it could be years before humans start fighting over the last locust in Farmer Brown’s field. But then, I’m no expert. And I’m man enough to admit that a recent news item provides possible evidence that eating insects could - could - have a positive impact on public safety. The AP reported that a Boston woman was busted for punching a restaurant worker who allegedly put too many pickles on her steak and cheese sandwich. To my knowledge, no one has ever been assaulted for serving too many cicadas. But bug burgers? Not me. Not yet. I’m an adventurous eater but you won’t catch me pouring ketchup on something I used to spray with Raid.


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I’ve never climbed a mountain, run with the bulls or French kissed a Rottweiler. That doesn’t mean I’m not brave, adventurous and bold. For instance, when I take a seat at the table, I don’t back away from anyone - or any food. Just call me the Daring Diner. I rarely have second thoughts about second helpings of anything. I figure one bite can’t hurt.  I’ve been right except for the time some buddies and I netted a mess of buffalo fish in a south Alabama creek and cooked them up right there on the bank. My lower bowel still shudders at the memory. I ’ ve even e aten boi led chitlins. (Yes, alcohol was involved). I abandoned the booze a few years back and, frankly, haven’t missed it. But sober, I’m not sure I could sample what the United Nations calls the food trend of the future. The UN food police claim this adventure in fine dining is the perfect recipe for fighting world hunger. I’d have more faith in that promise if I hadn’t already witnessed the UN’s “success” at fighting dictators and saving whales. They are convinced this latest program will be a bigger h it t ha n “Blue Suede Shoes.” All they have to do is convince the rest of us that the long-term key to human survival is … eating insects. T he U N ’s Fo o d a nd Agriculture Organization just


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“She supervises me a lot. The owner thing (on the business card) is for the public,” she says. “I never tell her what to do.” “She’s the boss. Sometimes she ask me, but she has the

pretend to have all the answers or know what you, our readers, want. And that’s why we did the survey. We can guess or we can rely on you. A nd no, not ever yone is going to like everything we do. We are going to get rid of the stock page. The vast majority of readers said they don’t even look at it. The same goes for the TV guide, although that will be down the road. Again, a huge majority said they have never looked at it, and with the online TV guides available now, we can’t even offer everything anyway. Instead, we will be offering a prime time lineup for all the days of the week. That change will occur in a few weeks. We are going to focus more attention on local entertainment and feature stories on businesses and local residents — far and away what most readers want more of. And we are going to continue to tweak and pinch and ponder and rework the newspaper as we move forward. Change is an ever changing thing, and we will continue to work as hard as possible to provide you with the best newspaper we can. As to Miss J, turns out she likes my columns too. So she’s promised to continue getting the Sunday paper at least to read Alex’s and my columns. Although she wants a bigger type size. So do I. But bigger type size means less news, sports and features. Like I said, we can’t please everyone on every thing.

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Servings: 5 1 cup quinoa, rinsed according to package directions 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 cups low fat or fat free milk 1/2 cup water 3 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tart-sweet apple (such as Braeburn), chopped 1/2 cup raisins 1/3 cup chopped toasted walnuts Toast quinoa and cinnamon in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring often. Cook until quinoa is golden and cinnamon is fragrant, about 2 minutes. Add milk, water, and brown sugar; bring to a simmer, and cover. Reduce heat to medium-low and cook until liquid is absorbed, 20 to 25 minutes. Fold in chopped apple, raisins, and walnuts and let stand a few minutes, covered, to heat through. Serve with additional milk. Nutrition: 300 calories; 7 g fat; 0.5 g saturated fat; 0 mg cholesterol; 10 g protein; 53 g carbohydrates; 4 g fiber; 5 mg sodium; 163 mg calcium (16% of daily value). Nutrition figures based on using fat free milk.

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Servings: 2 1 3/4 cups low fat or fat free milk 1 cup old-fashioned or quick cooking oats (not instant) 1 teaspoon brown sugar 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 cup sliced strawberries 1/4 cup dried cherries 2 tablespoons toasted sliced almonds Combine milk, oatmeal, brown sugar, and cinnamon in a saucepan; bring to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring often to prevent boiling over. Cook until thickened; divide between two serving bowls and top with strawberries, cherries, and almonds. Serve immediately. Nutrition: 360 calories; 6 g fat; 0 g saturated fat; 0 mg cholesterol; 15 g protein; 61 g carbohydrates; 6 g fiber; 0 mg sodium; 300 mg calcium (30% of daily value). Nutrition figures based on using fat free milk.

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Servings: 2 Servings: 2 2 cups fresh spinach 1 cup low fat or fat free milk leaves, lightly 1 cup frozen peach slices packed 1/2 cup fresh mango 1 cup low fat or fat 2 tablespoons honey free milk In a blender, combine all ingredients. Cover and blend until 1/2 cup green grapes smooth. Serve immediately. 1/2 cup honeydew Nutrition: 162 calories; 0 g fat; 0 g saturated fat; 2 mg choles­ melon, chopped terol; 5 g protein; 38 g carbohydrates; 2 g fiber; 53 mg sodium; 1/2 cup ice cubes 163 mg calcium (16% of daily value). Nutrition figures based on 1 kiwi fruit, using fat free milk. peeled andchopped 2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon unsweetened almond butter 1 tablespoon lime juice In a blender, combine all ingredients. Cover and blend until smooth. Serve immediately. presents the Newnan Centre’s Inaugural E presents the Newnanpresents Centre’s Inaugural EventEvent the Newnan Centre’s Inaugural Nutrition: 240 calories; 5 g fat; 0 g saturated presents the Newnan Centre’s Inaugural Event fat; 0 mg cholesterol; presents the Newnan Centre’s Inaugural Event 7 g protein; 45 g a luncheon to celebrate partnerships that create great neighborhoods, carbohydrates; 3 g fiber; A luncheon to celebrate partnerships that create and brighter futures. 90 mg sodium; 212 mg a luncheon to celebrate partnerships that create great neighborhoods, great neighborhoods, and brighter futures. calcium (20% of daily and brighter futures. Thursday, June 27, 2013, a luncheon to celebrate partnerships that create great neighborhoods, value). Nutrition figures a luncheon to celebrate partnerships that create great neighborhoods, and brighter futures. 11:30 AM based on using fat free and brighter futures. milk. The Newnan Centre

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Art association plans displays for summer at Carnegie Newnan Carnegie Library and the Newnan-Coweta Art Association have partnered to present a variety of art for the historic building this summer.  The Newnan-Coweta Art Association has rotating exhibits in the Carnegie. There is an art gallery on the second level. “Our program and meeting room attendees really enjoy strolling through the art gallery. The NewnanCoweta Art Association has provided us with a wonderful variety of paintings and sculptures,” said Amy Mapel, Carnegie director. The NCAA artists being displayed in the main gallery will include: Sheri Anderson, Martin Pate, Ellen Gu i l lor y, Ceci l Cor nwel l , Ru st y Sh a r p, Sa ndy Holcomb, Richard Doss, Susan Boehms-Harris, Silvia Feenaghty, Cher yl Vickers, Corrine Ga lla, Pa m Gi les, Suza n ne Ca ldwell, Faye Holzaepfel, Ken Hamilton, Kem Kowa,  Helen Hayes, Debbie McNeil, R.L. Hughey, Eunice Nichols, Rebecca Wayne, Andrienne Setzer, Sandra Carter, Ellie Farrington and Jenny Jones. Newnan Coweta Art Association meets the third Thursday each month, from September through May, at the Harriet Alexander Art Center on Hospital Road at 7 p.m. An art demonstration is presented each month. Visitors and new members are welcome. Restored by the city of Newnan, the Carnegie has brought back library type services in the downtown area. The bottom floor of the building serves as a reading room and the second floor as a meeting space.  Among its many offerings, the Carnegie brings popular magazines and newspapers, computer workstations and Wi-Fi access, a gallery for local exhibits, meeting rooms with warming kitchen and programs for adults and children.

This work by Cher y l V icker s is among the ar t on display by Newnan-Coweta Art Association at the Newnan Carnegie Library.

This “ Elvis ” work is by  R .L. Hughey and Debbie McNeil.

least and want more of. Top “likes” included overall local coverage, Sound Offs and the Community Forum (editorial) page.  Biggest dislikes were divisive Sound Offs, too much religion coverage, a too much “small-town” feeling and not enough of a “small-town” feeling. Like we said, opinions vary.  The other two big dislikes were paying for an online digital version and not having the newspaper on Monday and Tuesday. On the latter, we thank you that you miss two days of the paper. We do, too. The economic realities are those two days simply didn’t have the advertising support, and the cost to produce was more than we could recoup. But nothing is forever. As to paying for the online version , t hat is where a l l newspapers and other informational sources are headed. Newspapers thought the Internet would be the Holy Grail in terms of advertising. It is not, although it plays a key role. A minority of us always opposed g iv i ng away ou r information. Now, the majority agree. No other industry has ever given away their entire product and remained in business. Too often we hear the comment, “Why pay for something we can get for free?” We a r e a dd r e s s i n g t h e online paying issue on several

fronts. We plan to offer a variety of prices for different packages. One key change that will be upcoming is a “web-only” paid edition. Basically, you buy a subscription and can then just click on any story behind the paywall and read it without having to go to the digital edition. For those who want to get the digital edition — the entire newspaper in an electronic format — that will still be available. And most importantly, we will continue to focus on improving our print product. Let’s look at what people read the most.  For online responders, the top read sections (defined as extremely or very often) are: Community Forum, 48 percent; local business and feature stories, 47 percent; state news, 53 percent; and the weekly calendar, 41 percent.  W hat on li ne responders don’t read (defined as never or rarely) are: stocks, 86 percent; the TV grid, 88 percent; comics, 74 percent; senior news, 71 percent; religion, 54 percent; business, 53 percent; food, 55 percent; and health, 56 percent. Those who responded to the print questionnaire had different takes on some sections. T hei r top read sect ion s (defined as frequently) are: food, 60 percent; comics, 60 percent, senior living, 46 percent; religion; 45 percent; Community Forum, 45 per-

“Bird and branch”   by Cecil Cornwell is among the works being displayed by the Newnan-Coweta Art Association at the Newnan Carnegie Library, 1 LaGrange St. at the Court Square.

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