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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 7B RECIPES, f,om page 6B 1 c. chopped Vidalia onion 1 c. finely chopped celery 1 Tbsp. olive oil 1 Tbsp. fresh, minced garlic 1/2 c. brandy 1 Tbsp. Bell's poultry seasoning 1/2 c. apple cider Salt and pepper to taste The night before: dry breads in oven at 200 degrees for approximately 1 hour. Let stand in oven overnight. Cube breads and place in large mixing bowl. Melt 114 c. butter in saut~ pan, add garlic and onions; simmer over low heat approximately 10 minutes. Add brandy and simmer until onions are light brown and caramelized. In separate saut pan, add olive oil and celery over medium heat; sautd until tender; add diced hot links the last few minutes of cooking time; cook until tender. Combine caramelized onions, celery and sausage with breadcru bs, pecans, remaining 114 c. melted butter and apple cider. Ten I ps sg ra IvIn inner Thanksgiving is a joyful time for families to gather around the table to give thanks and celebrate. It's also a time to review simple precautions in order to keep food prepara- tion and storage safe from food poisoning. In its latest year of surveillance, the Cen- ters for Disease Control and Prevention documented 1,097 reported outbreaks resulting in 21,244 cases of foodborne illness and 18 deaths. "Food poisoning is highly preventable," said Dr. Richard Geller, executive medical di- rector of California Poison Control System (calpoi- "By following simple storage, handling and cooking suggestions, families can stay healthy and enjoy Thanksgiv- ing dinner, as well as the many other celebrations tak- ing place this time of year." Food poisoning can cause fever, stomach pain, vomiting and/or diarrhea and dehydra- tion. The illness usually ap- pears within six to 48 hours af- ter eating or drinking contam- inated food or beverage. For the elderly, children, infants, pregnant woman and people suffering from compromised immune systems, food poison- ing can be severe. California Poison Control System (CPCS) offers the top 10 tips for enjoying a safe Thanksgiving. 1. Wash your hands often, es- pecially in between handling foods that are dry and wet. 2. Before preparing food, care- fully clean counters, cutting boards and utensils with hot soapy water. Repeat clear~ing in between recipes, especially if you have raw meat or leafy greens on the cutting board, both of which can carry salmo- nella. 3. Rinse fruits and vegetables thoroughly under cool run- ning water and use a produce brush to remove surface dirt. 4. If you purchased a turkey fresh and not frozen, refriger- ate it immediately. For a frozen turkey, allow lots of time for it to thaw...24 hours of thaw time per five pounds of turkey. Thaw a turkey in a high-walled pan placed in the refrigerator, and do not let the water touch any other food. 5. It is safest not to stuff a turkey, but rather put herbs inside the cavity to season it. If you must stuff, use a food thermometer to check the in- ternal temperature of the stuffing which must reach 165 F. Stuffing with meat or shellfish (oyster) ingredients is risky. Always cook these on the stovetop or in the oven, and not in the turkey. After carving, remove all stuffing from the bird before refriger- ating it. 6.A significant risk of food poisoning comes from under- cooking the turkey. You can't tell it's done by how it looks! While recipes give you hints about testing for "doneness," such as a golden brown color or seeing juices run clear, these may not be accurate. The only way to make sure your bird is cooked sufficiently to be safe to eat is to measure the internal temperature with a meat thermometer. It must reach 165 degrees F. 7. It may not be in mom's recipe, but bring gravy to a full boil before serving. 8. Keep cold food like salads, Jello molds and salad dressing refrigerated until just before serving. Once dinner is over, refrigerate leftovers. If food has been sitting out for two hours or more, it may not be safe to eat. 9. Use pasteurized eggs in homemade recipes. 10. After eating, take the re- maining meat off the bird and store in a shallow container in the refrigerator. Don't put an entire carcass into the refrig- erator -- it won't cool down quickly enough. for birth to age 5, and pregnant mothers. With lots of opportunity for parent involvement. Secure and caring relationships Self help and social skills Develop strong sense of self and attachment Dental/Physical Exams * Social Services for Families Vision/Hearing Screenhgs Serving Lassen, ] lumas, Modoc & Sierra Counties Service for Children with Disabilities Please call for eligibility information: 1-800-404-1242 Add Bell's seasoning, salt and pepper to taste. Stuff bird or lightly grease casserole dish and bake separately at 375 degrees for 30- 45 minutes. Joanne Neft was the key- note speaker at the recent sustainable agriculture workshop. She opened the first Foothill Farmers' Market 20 years ago and today the markets operate at six Placer County loca- tions. Neft also founded the Mountain Mandarin Festi- val and developed Placer farm tours and AgroART, among many other local ag-promoting events and activities. She has written, with Laura Kenny, "Placer County Real Food from Farmers Markets." The (12 slices bread dried cookbook features overnight) seasonal food recipes and 3 cups Granny Smith menus for every week of apples, skin on, cored the year. and chopped In'addition to promoting 314 cup golden raisins Placer County agriculture soaked overnight in (PlacerGROWN) and 114 cup Gran Marnier seasonal eating, Neft is an Cointreau and slightly inspirational speaker and diced supporter of agritourism. 112 cup onion, chopped Neft believes, "Good things 1-1/2 teaspoons ground always happen around sage good food." The dressing 1 teaspoon dried thyme recipe from "Real Food" leaves follows below. 1 teaspoon dried rosemary leaves, crushed cup chicken broth tablespoons butter, melted Apple-Raisin Herb Stuffing 1 (Enough for a I2- to 14- 6 pound turkey) Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit 8 cups dried bread cubes or Combine bead, apples, raisins, onions, sage, thyme and rosemary. Add broth and butter. Toss to mix. 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