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Week of Aug. 30 - Sept. 5, 2002 -- BIG TIMBER (MT) PIONEER -- Page 5 vigorously until mixture forms a ball, about 1 minute. Remove from degrees for 50 to 60 minutes. Cool _~ heat. Add eggs and beat until ring. d|~hk/ METCALF fishing, this allows her to gut and Add the above to the cabbage smooth about 2 minutes on low Mix remaining ingredients 0UI~[~rY that men and women scale the fish more leisurely, and sliced green onions along with I speed, except pie filling for a cream filling. . .~Sbdifferently has been Lately Nancy has begun to package of Ramen noodles, Drop dough by teaspoonsful Slice ring in half crosswise. Spread -,,dJ',k~7 Y many readers My complain that it is difficult to get crushed, onto greased baking sheet to form an pudding mixture in the bottom half. ;In -- ,z0tt ~( Eenner, proposed athe bills paid during her lunch hour. Toss with the following 8 inch ring. Smooth with a spatula. Top with the top ring and spread the t the real root of the In spite of her whining, I have dressing: Bake until puffed and golden at 400' pie filling on top. n,,~td~eati0n problem between advised her to stretch it out over two 1/2 C. oil ,llp~' |~%n~en is that as women .,~c~ll/llUSt become more r three days; althugh I smetimes 3 T" vinegar (Red Wine is gd) . .~l/~ll~ ~ ~f]0P~ fact, he remind her that missing lunch 2 T. sugar I~.L: received an completely now and then wouldn't 1 t. salt ~z'~ng up this theory The hurt her any -- if you know what I 1/2 t. pepper .e~(c ,,iltll[,~l=~:~ erpts are taken from mean. packet from chicken flavor Ramen Livingston ~,~VlCehe received. Yesterday, she had to take a noodles 422 SOuth Main ' " Dental Care "Livingston, Mr 5904~ 1~ ." age, it is important break when she was only half ~'ha~ remember that it finished mowing the lawn. I Carolyn's Raspberry ~IL uerfor them to maintain remained steadfastly supportive and Torte Ted K. Kulaga, DDS Elizabeth M. Blavatsky, DDS ~_I~F~ qt~iatt her hou;:?n~d told her to fix herself a nice glass of 1 chocolate cake mix Darin W. Caldwell, DMD J.P. LaValley, DDS e Yt lemonade and sit for awhile. I told 3 oz. pkg. cream cheese, softened ~'~ F~.[, Were younger. If you Stephen McGrath, DDS J.E. Smith, DDS her that while she was in the 314 C. cold milk .- You should try not to ~o~t~;It~L kitchen, she might as well make me 3.4 oz. pkg. instant vanilla pudding one and take her break by mymix NewPatients Welcome! . _. l, uee~ ~'t~early retirement a year hammock so I could talk to her 8 oz. carton of Cool Whip ~ ~ |~. arne necessary for mybefore my nap. 2 C. fresh raspberries ~, [I~cY to take a full-time job I could go on and on. I know I Prepare the cake mix according .y .~a income and insurance look like a saint in the way I to the package directions. Divide it f Time to Celebrate! no~R;~,~,, shortly after she support Nancy. Many men will find into three greased and floured 9 inch on , era*,o .U .// difficult or impossible. No one for 25 to 30 minutes or until it tests knows better than I do how done with a toothpick. Cool for 10 II ate/ have shared 50 years together! II frustrating women can become as minutes before removing from pan II I Please join for picnic I II they grow older! to wire racks to cool complete,y. II ,,,/~ hostedbytheir children ~_ II I was unable to contact theBeat cream cheese until fluffy. author of this e-mail, because Combine milk and pudding mix.II"qL-, 2,'00-5.'00 pro, Sunday, September8 r-.]P II apparently he mysteriously passed Add to cream cheese and mix well. Big Timber'Falrgrounds '~'~L"'7 II on shortly after writing this Fold in whipped topping and II ---1 Food andentertainmentwiilbeprovided t--" II ~0 ~t e and wake me up when message, and the cause of death is raspberries. ~ No gifts please. (A photograph or a written remembrance of J) "i/~t~I' ~[attl!ed~'! gets supper on the table.to wash the dishes still under investigation. Go figure! servingPlaCeplate.nespreadCake withlave"halln era ~ Darrel and Alice would be appreciated for their Memom, Book.)J J'" ~~tely, but lately it is not I would like to thank three the filling. Repeat layers again. Top 'C$~,~ for them to sit on the cooks this week: my friend Ttacey with remaining cake, dust with ,~A ~Ot~Several hours I gently Stephens for an elegant dessert, my powdered sugar, and garnish with IST;! l~I !er several times each neighbor Carolyn Kemph for araspberries. Store in the refrigerator. ~'blhat they aren't cleaning wonderfully easy impressive torte, Yields 12 servings :r y i~c :rle.~-iv(s, She annreclates the and Diann Smith of Eden Prairie, to:I'. ina_ ,-r. gl~"" |~er'~ - uers_ , as it does seem to Minnesota, who was one of theTraeey's Cherry Cream ; It," get them done before dudettes that I cooked for in the Puff Ring " "~ backcountry this summer, for the 1 C. water ~0 |g0tnr, a....._., .___.....^~,_~v~ e.y has begun complaining fabulous salad recipe. 1/2 C. butter ; ~ ~0ng as__she f~n~shes__tl~e!] 15 ! d-n'tmV t -t wea uf Diann's Asian 41C'eggsflur Cabbage Salad 1 c. milk " L~~ Y the next evening.1 small head cabbage, shredded 3/4 C. sour cream ~ ,~tetiraes I even encourage her 4 green onions, chopped 3.75 oz. pkg. instantvanilla on the weekend. In a flat pan bake at 325 degree pudding a little more time to oven for 5 to 7 minutes or until 1/4 t. almond extract Odds and ends like browned: 21 oz. can cherry pie filling and dusting, l packageslicedalmonds Heat water and butter to 0, if I had a good day 2T. sesame seeds boiling. Stir in flour. Stir I"I FOR ALL OF YOUR PROPANE NEEDS Gas Appliances. Certified Service Technicians Parts & Fittings Tanks - Purchase or Rent Commercial Residential Heating Bottles Filled, Certified and Serviced Motor Fuel RV Construction Heaters ~Camping Equipment / ~C S~ H D ~f G~ L, ] )11 l iJ i ~d t ,31 q l lress: lone: 105 W. 2nd Ave. P.O. Box 830 Big Timber, MT 59011 406-932-5298 406-932-4931 For College Bound Scholars... 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