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Page 6 Hells Canyon Journal September 10, 2008 Of By Marjorie Baker WpallEOa:aouldPt keeSp Pirsnt peerEatgcl?wSallFg?tt,ShtM Danust?Traamw toeac rChocolate Orange Zucchini Cake Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Heavily grease bundt pace with the state's tenth- lead to 8-6, then the Cougars count for the final margin. While celebrating local pan and flour with cocoa powder. ranked 8-man team in the scored 44 unanswered points The Spartans (0-1), who cooks, let's not forget theGrate 3 cups of zucchini. Spartans' season opener atto take a 52-6dead. are playing an independent younger set. Witness thewin- Halfway Saturday. Casch, who ran for 143 schedule in their return to 8- nets from this year's fair.1 tablespoon orange zest Quarterback Brad Casch yards on 10 carries, scoredon man football, are at homeSarah Young is an adult, but Sift together and set aside: 2-1/2 cups all-purpose flour scored on an 18-yard touch- a 57-yard run and threw aFriday at 1:00 p.m. against a young adult and a great 3/4 cup cocoa powder down runwith 3:51 left in the 51-yard touchdown pass toPrairie City. cook. Here's her prize-win-1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder ning recipe. She also felt the banana pudding cake was 1-1/2 teaspoons baking soda Pine Eagl 2003 Pine le 2003 worth sharing with our read- 1/2 teaspoonsalt Volleyball Schedule Football Schedule ers 1teaspoon ground cinnamon By Sarah Young Cream: 3/4 cup butter or shortening September September If you walked through the 1 cup white sugar 6 at Prairie City 10:00 a.m. 6 WALLOWA NOON exhibit hall at the Fair this 1 cup brown sugar 13 PINE EAGLE TOURNAMENT 13 PRAIRIE CITY 1:00 P.M. weekend, you saw the lovely 3 eggs 9:00 A.M. 19 at Crane 1:00 p.m. array of baked goods in the 26 ADRIAN 1:00 P.M. fresh foods division. As the Add: 2 teaspoon vanilla 19 at Grant Union 3:00 p.m. 27 JV at Council 11:00 a.m. Fresh Foods superintendent,1/2 cup milk 26 ENTERPRISE 3:00 P.M. I'd like to share recipes from 1/2 teaspoon orange extract 27 at Council 11:00 a.m. October some of the entries that weStir in dry ingredients until well mixed. Fold in 3 cups thought were particularly grated zucchini and 1 tablespoon freely grated orange October 4 at Cove 2:00 p.m. tasty. I'd also like to encour- 3 at Elgin 2:00 p.m. 11 at lone 1:00 p.m. age everyone to make some- zest. Pour into prepared bundt pan. Bake 50 minutes or 4 at Cove 4:00 p.m. 18 Powder Valley at Baker 7:00 p.m.thing next year (especiallyuntil done. Let cake cool in pan for 15 minutes then 10 NYSSA 3:00 P.M. 24 JOSEPH 1:00 P.M. teens - we had few entries remove from pan and finish cooling on a rack. Drizzle 31 at Union 1:00 p.m. with orange glaze or serve plain or sprinkled with pew- 11 at lone 3:00 p.m. from you.) dared sugar. 17 at Imbler 2:00 p.m. The chocolate orange zuc- 18 at Powder Valley 4:00 p.m. chini cake (made by Sarah Orange glare: 24 JOSEPH 4:00 P.M. Young) was the Judges' 1 teaspoon vanilla 25 at Union noon It seems so grand, It seems so nifty," Choice entry this year. It's a 3 tablespoons orange juice concentrate Powdered sugar to make thick (approximately 1-1/2 31 District TBA Oh/To be so young as /Cffly. very good chocolate cake, nice and moist, verychocolaty, and cups) paste. a good use for zucchini. You Mix ingredients until smooth, gradually adding pew- ......... Y~ th S dared sugar to desired thickness. Drizzle over cake and U occer could vary the orangey-ness let dry uncovered for a while. if you want by using more or This Saturday, September less orange zest. FB Crieptj bacon, chicken, lettuce. 13, the season opening gamesMost fair entries should ananaCake ' tomato, guaeamolo, cheddar of YMCA Youth Soccer will be made from scratch, but ] Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 10-inch tube] s ranch droeeing be held at the Baker Sports for the last couple of years, I pan / wrapped in a flour Complex fields in Baker City: we've included a Foods Class |1 yellow cake mix I tortilla.., a mix 10:30 a.m. - 7-8 years-aids for (doctored) baking mixes ]One 3-oz vanilla pudding mix I for the mouthl 11:00 a.m. - 11-14 year-olds as well. We had several in- 14 large eggs ' I APailahlo on[q for a It_mired time/ and 1-10 year aids teresting entries in this ere- -",;-" ...... ..... , 11:30 a.m. - 5-6 year-aids ative baking class but Irene I1 cup water | --....4,.- . . - Sponsors for Pine and Mead's banana cake was my |3/4 cup mashed banana | Eagle Valley local teams are favorite and the recipe is11/4 cup oil [ Allen Trucking (7-8 year-very easy. St. Elizabeth Health Services olds), Pine Valley Ranch (9- Greatjobtoallcontestants. | Combine all ingredients in a mixer bowl and beat 31 is once again pleased to announce the annum 10 year-olds), U.S. Bank (I 1- I hope you all bake for the minutes. Pour into greased pan. Bake cake at 350 degrees,,) 14 year-olds) and Idaho Fair nextyearl BREAST CANCER Power (5-6 year-alas). SCREENING CLINIC " po.di.a.try Wednesday, September 17, 2003 n. The study and treatment of foot ailments 8:00 am to 7:00 pm ---- po-di a.trist, n by Linda Bergeron Thursday, September 18, 2003 With an early Memorial half volunteered to sit at the 8:00 am to 1:30 pm Day this year, the museummuseum for a three-hour was open for 32 days, with shift. They greeted byway over 350 guests signing the travelers, former residents, guest book. While the major- and the numerous adult chil- FREE EXAM by Physician ity were Oregonians, there drag, grandchildren, nieces If a mammogram is recommended, were 80 visitors hailing from and nephews of this valley's a screening is scheduled at the the western states of Idaho, pioneers, who came in to seek reduced fee of $65. (If additional views are Washington, California, Men- out a few moments of history. required, there will be an additional fee.) tuna, Texas, Nevada andAri- The many photograph a/- zone. Several easterners bums, old-time utensils and Registration and exam will be held dropped in, too. artifacts of farming and rain- at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Enter Dr. Michael Rushton, DPM It is noteworthy that ourhag days left many satisfied front entrance of hospital and follow Podiatric Physician and Surgeon two farthest visitors had trav- in their quests and freshly pink and blue footprints, watch for is now scheduling appointments eled from Auckland, New enthused (and respectful) sign to Breast Cancer Screening Zealand, and Beijing, China, about life in days gone by. Clinic. Please call 524-0122 today for your appointment and that the museum was Many of our members vol- Treatment and Surgery of the Foot and Ankle visited by two families from unteered to represent our For m