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February 12, 2003 PEOPLE Sioux County Index-Reporter -- Page A5 FOOD AND FAMILY Lois Salazar, Food Editor Buttermilk Secret Ingredient For Memorable Meals 4t aS x~ makes a meal memorable'? You can impress your dinner guests common ingredients in uncommon ways. Buttermilk is one of Special staples that's as versatile as it is convenient, especially if a powdered form. buttermilk has all the benefits of liquid buttermilk but it stays fresh in your refrigerator for more than a year. A product | sweet cream, butte r'~ilk adds distinct taste and superior texture goods and seems to heighten the flavor of other ingredients in Powdered buttermilk is a superior cooking ingredient because real sweet cream. to the tang and tenderness it contributes to dishes and [goods, powdered buttermilk is a low-fat, low-cholesterol ingre- Show your family and dinner guests how you feel about them and more flavor into all of your meals by adding powdered but- to the menu. Use the following recipes to cook up great food buttermilk. Easy-Bake Buttermilk Chicken or dark meat, this juicy baked chicken sizzles with flavor. 2 cups water 1/2 cup powdered buttermilk 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/8 teaspoon red pepper (or to taste) 1 teaspoon tarragon 1 clove garlic Black pepper to taste oven to 450 E In medium mixing bowl, reconstitute pow- th water. In separate bowl, mix flour and spices. Dip into buttermilk mixture, then roll into flour mixture. Place in cake pan or on broiler pan. skin side down. Bake 15 minutes. temperature to 325~ F and turn chicken over. Bake an 45 minutes. ~----- Dilly Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes 2 pounds russet potatoes, peeled and cut into pieces 1 teaspoon salt 3/'4 cup powdered buttermilk 1,/2 cup water 2 teaspoons dill, finely chopped 1 teaspoon chives i31ack pepper to taste until tender, drain, dr)" and add to a food mill. ricer or mashing. After mashing, stir in all of the ingredients. Serve Insurance and Real Estate like to welcome Harlan its staff. Harlan will be with Cliff and Marlys real estate salesperson. is a lifelong member of community. He has previ- in underground con- z and is the custo- person for Hull School. his wife Kathy have three rl. Kari is a freshman at in Sioux Center, is a freshman at Western is in seventh t Hull Christian. looks forward to serving for all. their real Watch for his ads! Harlan Mouw out the in B0yden, and Rock each week- read the COunty chance to Brent and Brittany Looyenga Brittany Bylsma, Brent Looyenga wed Brittany Lynn Bylsma and Brent Bridesmaids were Belinda James Looyenga were married on Brummel, sister of the bride, and Friday. Oct. 18, 2002, at the Hull Kristin Looyenga, sister of the Protestant Reformed Church with groom. the Rev. Ronald Cammenga of Groomsmen were Alex Bylsma, Grandville, Mich., officiating, brother of the bride, Joel Brummel, Parents of the couple are Ab,'in brother-in-law of the bride, and and Brenda Bylsma of Hull and Clay Spronk, brother-in-law of the Randy and Lindy Looyenga of bride. Miniature attendants were Jenison, Mich. Grandparents are Courtney and Brandon Spronk, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Maanen of niece and nephew of the bride. Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bylsma of The bride is employed at Sioux Center, Mr and Mrs. Jim ttuntington Banks of Grandville Schipper of Wyoming, Mich.. and and the groom is employed at Mr. and Mrs. Ted Looyenga of Kleyn Electric of AIlendale. Grand Rapids, Mich. After a wedding trip to Cancun, Maid of honor was Allison Mexico, the couple is at home in Spronk, sister of the bride. Wyoming, Mich. "Fare for All" is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality food to all interested indi- viduals and families at an aflbrd- able price. At the same time, this program encourages volunteer ser- vices to build strong communities. "Fare for All" buys food in bulk, distributes it through a network of volunteer host sites to pass the sav- ings on to you as a reward for vol- unteering. Anyone who wants to save on grocery items and willing to spend two hours of volunteer service will receive a food package valued at approximately $30. A variety of other food packages are also avail- able at various costs. Sample food packages include: meat (fish, chicken, pork or beef), fresh veg- etables and fruit, and dried grocery items. Many individuals and groups are also needed to provide volunteer services for the "Fare for All" pro- gram within your community. Volunteers are needed for trans- portation, distribution, delivery and carryout. Contact your host site represen- tatives, Sue Roth, 712-324-6467, or Marie Reuter, 712-324-5008, on how you can get involved To place an order for "Fare for All" D-Day on March 22, sign up in advance at the prior month's D- Day or every Friday from 1:30-2 p.m. at Oak Park Care Center inside the front entrance. Deadline for the next month's D-Day is March 2. Bring your own box and pick up your "Fare for All" package from 7-8:30 a.m. at Oak Park Care Center Activity Room on scheduled D-Day. ! PEOPLE IN THE NEws Kelly Winter and Amy Hade Daryl and Kathy Winter of Boyden and Bob and Leslie Hade of Fort Dodge announce the engage- ment of their children, Kelly Winter and Amy Hade. The bride-to-be is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls with a B.A, in elemen- tary/early childhood education. She is currently substitute teaching in the Des Moines area. Her finac6 will graduate from the University of Northern Iowa in May 2003 with a B.A. in secondary history education. A July 26 wedding in Fort Dodge is planned. Kathie Biankespoor and Jonathan Regnerus Robert and Geraldine Blankespoor of George and Richard and Janice Regnerus of Randolph, Wis., announce the engagement of their children Kathie Joy and Jonathan Jesse, both of Fox Lake, Wis. Kathie is a 1998 graduate of St. Luke's College of Nursing in Sioux City and is currently employed at the Agnesian Healthcare Dialysis Units. She will complete her bache- lor degree of arts in nursing this spring from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D. Jon is a 1999 graduate form Milwaukee School of Engineering and is employed at Steven's Construction in Madison, Wis., as a project manager. The wedding will take place at the Hull Protestant Reformed Church in Hull on April 4. Deans List: Karen Van Veidhuizen and Teri Wegter, both from Hull, have been named to the dean's list at Iowa Lakes Community College. you put a price on Match wits with the VOICE OF PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING during the Grand Opening of Mean Gene's Pizza at Family Bowl! Mean Gene will be slingin' suds, talkin' smack, and servin' up some of the best pizzas you've ever tasted! Also Featuring our New Desert Pizza! Don't dare miss this one! 4 Personal Appearance and Autographed Photos of Mean Gene Free Mean Gene's Pizza Samples (while supplies last) Mean Gene's Pizza & Bowling Parties courtesy of Family Bowl Mean Gene T-Shirts Mean Gene Action Figures Jeremy Boon and Evan Visser decided to leave winter in Iowa fi)r the tropical climate of Singapore. They arc both students at Iowa State University, and participating in ISU's Study Abroad Program. This semester they arc enrolled in the National University of Singapore's School ot Engineering. The two will return to Iowa in May. Their parents arc Ron and Jan Boon and Jay and Jeanne Visser from Hull. Rikkers earns estate g designation Tex Rikkers, partner of the Sioux ing standards of continuing educa- Center accounting firm Kroese & tJon to retain this designation in Kroese EC., has recently earned tile good standing. professional designationofccrtified l'cx received his Masters of specialist in Estate Planning Science in Taxation from the (CSEP). This designation was Washington School of Law. 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