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Pg 20 • MAY 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. Upbeat in Santa Rosa, CA!


All things share


Our good friend John Russell takes a moment with the Upbeat Times to share a few laughs! John and family own several of the UPS Stores in Sonoma County! Tell him you saw him in Upbeat!


the same breath - the beast, the tree, the man... the air shares its spirit with all the life it


supports. Chief Seattle Cookin’ to it at Home!


Right away, the promo folks for Welles claimed that if folks listened in—but, missed the in- troduction—because the “news” segments sounded so real, they really believed Martians were invading New Jer- sey.


Controversial as


they could work it. Or- son Welles gained much fame for pulling it off. He was an extremely popu- lar actor in many great films. ---Radio programs certainly helped during the bleak days of the de- pression and WWII. Time to waltz in the kitchen: Try Cream Cheese Cookies…(that is, whenever you find the ingredients handy)… Ingredients: ½ lb but- ter (unsalted best); ½ lb cream cheese; ½ lb flour; one lemon rind grated; 1 tspn vanilla; 2 or 3 egg yolks (no whites—reserve those for a “meringue” when you have plenty sugar at home).


Directions: Knead into fine dough on lightly floured board. Let rest in refrigerator for ½ hour.


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Roll out thinly, cut into tri- angle shapes. Fill each shape with either jam or nut filling. Flip over into crescent shaped “horns.” Bake in hot (375 degrees?—depends on your oven) until nicely golden brown. Dust with a storm of confection sugar before plating. The marvel of this


particular dough is its versatility. It happens to turn out as a great pie crust—not just for cookies. Usual practice if you want it for a pie crust is to sprinkle finely ground nuts or bread/roll crumbs on dough before adding juicy fruit filling of choice. Also a prac- tical, tasty dough if you wish to make a quiche, or a lovely “open” fruit tart instead of “top” and “bottom.” –And, you can waltz to the sweet fragrance it will bring to your kitchen.


May you each stay safe and well. Fine scientists are working hard around the world to see us all through. Courage and patience, dear friends! ~ Ellie


A meal fit for the belly...Fresh sourdough 4/20/2020 ~ PAD Pg 20 • MAY 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. I always feel that until you take your last breath, you’re always growing. ~ Oprah Winfrey


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