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6B - Hinton News Tues. Dec. 22, 1998 Bill J effries Chief Magistrate i Z: . t i - May you see the fulfillment of :..:: your prayers /:: in this ..... :i:: Holy Season. ] II I ::.- I Bluestone Cafe & Bobcat's Den Hinton By-Pass Hill I IIIll I II IIII 466-3550 o 00ntertoln00ng00 Making Christmas Cooking Magic (NAPS)--Glittering lights, gold foil wrapping paper, glowing can- dles and an array of rich, delicious dishes are all part of the magic of the Christmas season. That magic can be easy to cre- ate if you know what it takes. For example, using golden, delicious lperial * spread can add a crown- irg touch to such favorite family holiday dishes as creamy mashed potatoes, mouth-watering sweet potato casseroles, fragrantly sea- soned vegetables and tempting Christmas breads and cookies. Serving such a sumptuous feast richly improved with the flavor of Imperial spread can make your family feel like royalty and help create holiday memories to last a lifetime. This recipe for melt-in-your- mouth white chocolate cranberry cookie bars may help create spe- cial memories this holiday season. White Chocolate Cranberry Cookie Bars 24 servings 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 4eggs ]sA cups sugar 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 bag (12 oz.) white chocolate chips (2 cups) Vs cup (i stick) Imperial" spread 1 cup dried cranberries Preheat oven to 350". The memory of a richly-fla- vored holiday feast can last for a lifetime. Grease 13 x 9-inch baking pan; set aside. In medium bowl, combine flour, baking powder and salt; set aside In small bowl, with wire whisk, beat eggs, sugar and vanilla; set aside. In medium saucepan, melt 1 cup White chocolate chips with Imperial spread over low heat, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat; let cool slightly. While stirring choco- late mixture, slowly stir in egg mixture, then flour mixture until blended. Stir in remain- ing 1 cup chips and cranber- ries. Pour into prepared pan. Bake uncovered 40 minutes or until center springs back when lightly touched. On wire rack, cool completely. To serve, cut into bars. The current record for the tallest snowman was set in 1992, when a team of 12, under the direction of Philip and Colleen Price, built a 76- foot, 2-Inch high snowmen in Valdez, Alaska. IN MEMORY The Lights Are Glowing For You!! In Memory of Leon Pivont Start The New Year With A Healthy Heart (NAPS)--Come on. Admit it. Whether you stick to it or not, every- one makes New Year's resolutions. This year, why not make a resolution that you and your family can live with: heart healthiness. Whether you're cel- ebrating with a special meal, or just making a snack, heart healthy ingre- clients are easy to include in any dish. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) has revised the Healthy Heart Handbook for Women just to help. It offers a per- sonal action plan to cut your risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack, stroke, and angina or chest pain. It contains lots of useful tips on how to stop smoking, lower your blood pres- sure and cholesterol, lose weight, and become physically active, as well as information on things like stress, birth control pills, alcohol, hormone replace- ment therapy, aspirin, and vitamins. For women with heart disease, it offers information on diagnostic tests, medications, and heart attack warning signs and advice on talk- ing to the doctor and preparing a heart attack survival plan. rhe central message of this hand- book is that heart disease is every woman's concern," says Dr. Claude Lenfant, Director of the NHLBI, which celebrated its 50th anniver- sary this year. "We can pour millions of dollars into research, but the final responsibility for heart health, dur- ing the holidays and everyday, lies with each woman. Only she can make the changes that protect against or control cardiovascular diseases." One in ten women aged 45 to 64 has some form of heart disease. After age 65, the number climbs to one in four. But it doesn't have to happen to you. The Healthy Heart Handbook for Women can be downloaded free of charge at Printed copies are available for $5.50 through the NHLBI Information Center, P.O. Box 30105, Bethesda, MaD, land 20825-0105. Crunchy Pumpkin Pie Liven up a special occasion with this delicious heart-smart pie, one of Eating healthier during the hol- idays is easier with the heart- smart tips and recipes found in a healthy heart handbook. cup whole wheat flour cup ground almonds 2 thsp brown sugar tsp salt 3 tbsp vegetable oil 1 tbsp water For the Pie Filling cup packed brown sugar tsp ground cinnamon tap ground nutmeg tsp salt 1 egg, beaten 4 tap vanilla 1 cup canned pumpkin % cup evaporated skim milk 1. Preheat oven to 425F. 2. Mix oats, flour, almonds, sugar, and salt together in small mixing bowl. 3. Blend oil and water together in measuring cup with fork or small wire whisk until emulsified. 4. Add oil mixture to dry ingr dients and mix welL If needed, add mnall amount of water to hold mixture together. 5. Press into a 9-inch pie pan and bake for 8-10 minutes, or until light brown. 6. Turn down oven to 350F. 7. Mix sugar, cinnamon, nut- meg, and salt together in a bowL 8. Add egg and vanilla and mix to blend ingredients. 9. Add pumpkin and milk and stir to combine. 10. Pour into prepared pie shell. many recipes in the handbook. 11. Bake 45 minutes at 350F. For the Pie Crust Or until knife inserted near cen- 1 cup quick cooking oats ter comes out clean. Cooking Corner00 Chocolate Cherry Christmas Cheer (NAPS)--There's something festive about a dessert that's crowned with vivid, luscious, col- orful cherries. But cooks may find another y &Friends . anks to everyone for the donations we received for the Lighting Fund. Wildel*ness"Fruit Filling, this merry and memorable cherry cheesecake is quick and easy to make, a deliciously simple addi- tion to your holiday table. The following taste treat is a great reason to stay awake after Luscious, delicious cherries and mouthwatering chocolate make a merry, memorable holi- day dessert. holiday meals. 1. Preheat oven to 350 . 2. Combine crumbs and but- Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake ter; press firmly on bottom of 1 cups chocolate cookie 9" springform pan. crumbs 3. In large mixing bowl, 3 Tbsp. butter or margarine, beat cream cheese and sugar , ,,, melted until smooth. Add eggs, one at We ive thanks for the svlendour 2 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese, a time, beating well. Add melt- --- o ...............  softened ed chocolate chips, cream, and 4: ,1,* |-llx, NJ;oht | ,t  % cup sugar vanilla; beat well. Pour into , tx A '7 " "''" ........ 3 eggs prepared pan. . s . _ _-_ __ __ 2 cups (12 oz.) semisweet 4. Bake 55 minutes, or until worsmp ano sag IllS praises Ior chocolate chips, melted Center is set. Cool; chill. Top  llWlmlSq WIB lmllnlkl[ Icupheavyeream . with cherry fruit fllling before Itg'dlLJFIl/VI d I 41kIl,lfm 1 tsp. vanilla extract serving and garnish with L., 1  t._ I. ..J 1 1 can (21 oz.) COMSTOCK  or whipped topping. -- ----  ........ -- . WILDERNESS More Fruit Makes 8-12 servings ms -- m m il Cherry Fruit Filling Prep time: 15 minutes PIv0nt l-uneral !-I m Whipped Topping Bake time: 55 minutes 0 e . 100 ParkAve., H,nton 466-0026 SF_SON'S CREETINCS  II{l[l[l.. "": -""'"' ""''"-''"''" " & Printin ........ . Fox Photographws g [Yf, =-----_..J}lt'  i Lee i-'lvont / ulrector 217 BallMeo St. 466-5108 ' A popular Chrlmas custom In Norway is tinge in dulen. o oO-o .  Throughout the country, people ring church bells as 5 p.m. on ...... o .-o _ ^  _o o  o .o. o"c Christmas Eve. 0 _ J o o. 91 .-z'oJ o gl I o o .-'-'" ,) o OOo o .o.O_n.'Vo v,-.4, Wl.7_._. " . , - JHIA.." . .-'--, o 0 O0 ....-./ 'lf =' : '. . o 0 0 o  o iv/"  ' " - Crom all of =.  'lk]m -- ", ."  a holiday wreath  | -4.-/X, J. ""  laden with'love, much  I ha mess, great /liilll. j. r  hap p" ss, gieat  I Hanging up sheaves of grain 1 11      merriment ond true " | in the yard for the birds to hmst  ,   friendships.  ]' on is S Christmas custom in l! 1 is the foundati0n of our : , _ . ii . .._ _ at the holiday Ume to say "Thank You'*. . -. -,r . , _ . l i I'ff:/ 1 THE BIG FO1JR DRUG STORE, INC I -] / Mark Ellison It. Ph., Frank & Wilma Beta, Mary Jane Waiters, Debbie m,wv r,, 81,---,-- .wr...-  [ Ballard, Derma Roach, Shirley Bragg, Beverly Ba]lengee, Barbara. Mountaineer Sanitation i Santa Claus Is ontmctlon of ,  St. Nicholas, who was born In the Keller, Janie Miller, Sandra Cales, Kelly Roberts, Lisa Humphries, and Kenny Grimmett. CleUs & Becky Pack I third century, became a bishop Downtown Hinton, WV 466-2828 466-1892 I snd was Magus for giving unex- , - - ', pectad gifts.