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Page 10A-The Second Opinion-September 23, 1981 * How ,o .have a ili " cheese t qsttn00... '   / J "' MUENSTER" " . ,-. UE (continued from page Then select an equal number - ' can range from sweet to of wines, following a simple 'G!  / 1  slightly astringent in flavor, rule for Selection: the milder DA  " " "" " " Dessert wines are the the cheese, the more mellow    : :1 tl sweetest and fullest-flavored, the wine and the sharper such as Ports, Muscatels, flavored the cheese, the more   i Tokays, sweet Sherries or robust the wine. Allow '2   , Sauternes. Sparkling wines pound of cheese and l bottle   , ././J range from extremely dry to of wine per guest. quite sweet, from pale gold to Cheeses should be served at "  deep red, and are appropriate room temperature if you re to  anytime, enjoy their true flavors. ITE Serving cheese Remove full-flavored cheeses l t withwine from the refrigerator anhour PROVOLONEfI j ] C, .R, You won't find two more before serving. Milder j -'- compatible food partners than cheeses can be taken out one cheese and wine,_ anywhere in half hour in advance. Cut ., ,, o the world. They re a couple of ehees into bite-sized pieces old acquaintances that can just before serving; or ---J , ,o rL L II 'PR"-''N  YELLOW come to the table just about arrange wedges of cheese with anytime and fr Just abut cheese knives fr a mre   x COLBY i " C EDDAI . anything be for a snack or a casual, do-it-yourself ap- H main meal, a large or small preach, on a showy platter. group, or a formal or informal Generally appetizer wines, gathering. And, the duo can white wines, rose and should be "I" take on many foods to dress up sparkling wines or down to suit the occasion, chilled about three hours in 'S ! ""--  - cheese and wine with crusty ving. Red wines are best at French bread and tossed room temperature and should greetLg or liced fresh fruit for be opened an hour before a simple but elegant meal in serving to give them a chance itself? Or what could be better to breathe. Provide a pitcher with cheese and wine than of water for rinsing our crisp crackers or nuts intheir glasses between tastings shell? along with a container into Planaeheand which the used water and wtnetasttngparty unwanted wine can be Here is a "Cheese Festival" c010r,me. See how you Color t-he variety of cheeses Cheese and wine get- discarded, yOU can buy at your local stores. togethers allow guests to When tasting, begin with the become familiar with a mild cheeses and mellow sharper cheeses and more bread or an assortment of variety of wines and cheeses wines and then move on to the robust wines. Cubes of French crackers shou[d-Ie-served to GOLDEN GLEAMS AD-VICE ....... History offers the best Make it easy . . . Change and to have fun doing it. The - 1 eat between tastings. This is training for those who are to your attic extras into extra worlds of cheeses and wines A E.J done to clear one flavor away take part in public affairs, cash with a classified ad. are just waiting to be explored before tasting another corn- and enjoyed by everyone! P' T[C.J[ bination. -Polybius. Cheese and wine tasting can i take to any type of en- ,, tertaining since it's easy to A -U ' Let it snow, storm, blow. organize, requires no 'T ir E, CHEESE FAN TANS Yield: 6 tea lt p outlandish equipment (just 2 cups buttermilk baking mix St c[ntc0s one wine glass per guest), and "- " two-thirds cup milk Ski no cooking, and the simplest N N 8 slices Cheddar cheese w[r planning. Preheat oven to 450 degrees To begin, choose four or five shows of the season at the F. Combine baking mix and cheeses, selecting those that Iunio, 5.13, mine= offer a variety of flavors from Woodstock Inn milk until well blended. Roll dough out on lightly floured 8-20, hall sizes mild to sharp and a blend of  Woodstock, Vt.-- surface to .-inch thickness. 121/z'22v= textures from creamy smooth Sun, Sept. 27  Sun. Oct. 11 Cut out rounds using a 2-inch to firm, taking into con- sideration also the shape and 35 Dealers  All items for sale biscuit cutter. Cut each * Good Wools Cheddar cheese slice into * Textured color contrasts available. 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Admission -- $1.50 fourths; alternate with 5 Canvas with this ad  $1.25 biscuit rounds to make 1 roll. Place on edge in buttered 2z- Tube & Square Marjorie Barry, Mgr. -- 603-787-6212 inch muffin cups. Bake 10 Nylon Quilt - minutes. Pro-lined Poplin ' i Ski Parkas /. Bib Warm-up ,' everywhere--tun, sports, br a winter walk l The Furniture King ,,,,.,t,,a o.te,..,e,,..,,., ..... ....... top stytchmg, braid trim, of the Valley p,ot detaib'ng, scarves, wants to know d hooded t, eatments. why take a chance / zs MASY SAMZ SSDS THAT YOU whQn YOU bU /j KNOW AND TRUST - TV's or " ;-':, _ .. ," . Charge Nights 'Ill lrAT IS 11 Sl[l(l Acounl d 9:0 P.M. THIS IS THe ANSWI roy. v^....,.i', t,f'*.lMpl -lol Y ore very fOrlUnott, P&', St. Iohnsbur% Vt * Woodsvdle N.I'( CUStom, thor yOU hOVe 0 dlr right here in your own bad=yard thet offers you the fist  brmds in the industry el prices u con ffd to pay, NO SKOB NO MIIJIIlW NO MOItlII NO rAlil Just brand new fiJtniture ot big discount peicm and the top names in th industry. WIlY PAY UP 111 $11,111 41 MOIII ON  ANO DINING lOOM SEt tt/y Nt me $1 (I.N eml m Excethmt ditplay d dln, tt, s in wood end chrome end with oll new low prices, BOX SlPmlIW AND/NtT1RBSE$ Yes, we have the best $1Nping QUANTITIES LIMITED pitl in town end fly or, coming t of our mrsl This is your thence to e te mt d enor offered m the Regular volby. BOX tpringz and mottressos 1, . with up to 25 yrs wrr(mty on me sh. You sp4md '/ of yor time on th in bed so why not moke the best of it? / ,... u..=,. , nOW  f m# d,,idm te imy. HIE IHLNBW TI  DAY O O lXCIgUmT mVlmlrOIT We dso soft some of the top broad nms W's ond knces, PMke 1hi -- World hsmous for Adndnd --  -- and others. } Why not rook, it point to bolt over our exceht invlmtory? You @lllill wifl Inove with 0 Song in yew , and mere money in your pockIboekl X. Borden lhlbr MULTI-OUTLET  POWER CENTER - I tO Turns one outlet into six safely and economically so you Wondslb, N.li. Did741r.lll| can power additional tools, appliances, electronic equip- t?r rnent and morel CirOLlit breaker (15 amp, 125V) automati. caliy terminates any circuit overloads. With 6-ft. grounded power supply cord and shockproof unUreakable housing. 48725-6 ll  THe VU'" 1- -. Wear r,r CHEDDAR CHIVE CRISPS ' Yield: approx. 3,z doz. 2 cups (8 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese, at room temperature % cup (1 stick) butter 1' cups all-purpose flour  teaspoon dry mustard z teaspoon salt % cup snipped fresh chives Combine cheese, butter, mustard and salt in small mixing bowl. Mix on medium speed of mixer until well blended. Gradually stir in flour until well combined. Shape into a log 11 inches long and 2 inches in diameter; roll in chives. Wrap in waxed paper and chill several hours until firm. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cut into %-inch thick slices. Bake on un- buttered baking sheets 12 to 15 minutes. Serve immediately. THE HOME SYSTEM It starts with a coal and woodburning stove that can become a complete hot air or hot water heat- ing system. The flexibility designed into the Home Heater! makes it easy to add accessories you want to. And the not to. Come see it here. Come in to up for Prize on 0ct.3 Sept. 25th Montgomery Ward new agents Kathy and Andy Thibault ANNUAL TRUCKLOAD SALE -- MONTH OF (802) 2224711 Street ADULT EDUCATIO Oxbow High & Vocational Ce Bradford, Vermont FALL SEMESTER Courses will be offered for ten weeks on or Thursday evenings, beginning October 5 & All courses 6:30- 9:30 unless otherwise MONDAY Calico Crafts .................. Martial Arts .................. Furniture Const. & Design ..... Exercise 7:00-9:00 ............ 1 Photo II- Advanced .......... Tole Painting ................ . Ac. unting 2 C ................... Gmtar-Beg. 7:00-9:00 .......... 11 Shorthand-7: 9O-9:00 ......... Cake Decorating ..... i ...... i. THURSDAY Cha!r Reseating .............. ' Typing ...................... i Painting ..................... 2' Photo I-'Beginners ............ : Welding . .. .................. Teacher Aides 7: 00-9:00 ...... 1;' (Prep.Course) aftin Dr g-Arch ........ .27'I Calligraphy 7:00-9:00. i: i'i :": 1]' Beekeeping 7:00-9: 00. " i PRE-REGIsTRATION FORM For further information call: I CHARUE OTTINA Name Street Town .... ............................. Class Day Tel. No. Make Checks Payable to: Oxbow High Page 10A-The Second Opinion-September 23, 1981 * How ,o .have a ili " cheese t qsttn00... '   / J "' MUENSTER" " . ,-. UE (continued from page Then select an equal number - ' can range from sweet to of wines, following a simple 'G!  / 1  slightly astringent in flavor, rule for Selection: the milder DA  " " "" " " Dessert wines are the the cheese, the more mellow    : :1 tl sweetest and fullest-flavored, the wine and the sharper such as Ports, Muscatels, flavored the cheese, the more   i Tokays, sweet Sherries or robust the wine. Allow '2   , Sauternes. Sparkling wines pound of cheese and l bottle   , ././J range from extremely dry to of wine per guest. quite sweet, from pale gold to Cheeses should be served at "  deep red, and are appropriate room temperature if you re to  anytime, enjoy their true flavors. ITE Serving cheese Remove full-flavored cheeses l t withwine from the refrigerator anhour PROVOLONEfI j ] C, .R, You won't find two more before serving. Milder j -'- compatible food partners than cheeses can be taken out one cheese and wine,_ anywhere in half hour in advance. Cut ., ,, o the world. They re a couple of ehees into bite-sized pieces old acquaintances that can just before serving; or ---J , ,o rL L II 'PR"-''N  YELLOW come to the table just about arrange wedges of cheese with anytime and fr Just abut cheese knives fr a mre   x COLBY i " C EDDAI . anything be for a snack or a casual, do-it-yourself ap- H main meal, a large or small preach, on a showy platter. group, or a formal or informal Generally appetizer wines, gathering. And, the duo can white wines, rose and should be "I" take on many foods to dress up sparkling wines or down to suit the occasion, chilled about three hours in 'S ! ""--  - cheese and wine with crusty ving. Red wines are best at French bread and tossed room temperature and should greetLg or liced fresh fruit for be opened an hour before a simple but elegant meal in serving to give them a chance itself? Or what could be better to breathe. Provide a pitcher with cheese and wine than of water for rinsing our crisp crackers or nuts intheir glasses between tastings shell? along with a container into Planaeheand which the used water and wtnetasttngparty unwanted wine can be Here is a "Cheese Festival" c010r,me. See how you Color t-he variety of cheeses Cheese and wine get- discarded, yOU can buy at your local stores. togethers allow guests to When tasting, begin with the become familiar with a mild cheeses and mellow sharper cheeses and more bread or an assortment of variety of wines and cheeses wines and then move on to the robust wines. Cubes of French crackers shou[d-Ie-served to GOLDEN GLEAMS AD-VICE ....... History offers the best Make it easy . . . Change and to have fun doing it. The - 1 eat between tastings. This is training for those who are to your attic extras into extra worlds of cheeses and wines A E.J done to clear one flavor away take part in public affairs, cash with a classified ad. are just waiting to be explored before tasting another corn- and enjoyed by everyone! P' T[C.J[ bination. -Polybius. Cheese and wine tasting can i take to any type of en- ,, tertaining since it's easy to A -U ' Let it snow, storm, blow. organize, requires no 'T ir E, CHEESE FAN TANS Yield: 6 tea lt p outlandish equipment (just 2 cups buttermilk baking mix St c[ntc0s one wine glass per guest), and "- " two-thirds cup milk Ski no cooking, and the simplest N N 8 slices Cheddar cheese w[r planning. Preheat oven to 450 degrees To begin, choose four or five shows of the season at the F. Combine baking mix and cheeses, selecting those that Iunio, 5.13, mine= offer a variety of flavors from Woodstock Inn milk until well blended. Roll dough out on lightly floured 8-20, hall sizes mild to sharp and a blend of  Woodstock, Vt.-- surface to .-inch thickness. 121/z'22v= textures from creamy smooth Sun, Sept. 27  Sun. Oct. 11 Cut out rounds using a 2-inch to firm, taking into con- sideration also the shape and 35 Dealers  All items for sale biscuit cutter. Cut each * Good Wools Cheddar cheese slice into * Textured color contrasts available. 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Admission -- $1.50 fourths; alternate with 5 Canvas with this ad  $1.25 biscuit rounds to make 1 roll. Place on edge in buttered 2z- Tube & Square Marjorie Barry, Mgr. -- 603-787-6212 inch muffin cups. Bake 10 Nylon Quilt - minutes. Pro-lined Poplin ' i Ski Parkas /. Bib Warm-up ,' everywhere--tun, sports, br a winter walk l The Furniture King ,,,,.,t,,a o.te,..,e,,..,,., ..... ....... top stytchmg, braid trim, of the Valley p,ot detaib'ng, scarves, wants to know d hooded t, eatments. why take a chance / zs MASY SAMZ SSDS THAT YOU whQn YOU bU /j KNOW AND TRUST - TV's or " ;-':, _ .. ," . Charge Nights 'Ill lrAT IS 11 Sl[l(l Acounl d 9:0 P.M. THIS IS THe ANSWI roy. v^....,.i', t,f'*.lMpl -lol Y ore very fOrlUnott, P&', St. Iohnsbur% Vt * Woodsvdle N.I'( CUStom, thor yOU hOVe 0 dlr right here in your own bad=yard thet offers you the fist  brmds in the industry el prices u con ffd to pay, NO SKOB NO MIIJIIlW NO MOItlII NO rAlil Just brand new fiJtniture ot big discount peicm and the top names in th industry. WIlY PAY UP 111 $11,111 41 MOIII ON  ANO DINING lOOM SEt tt/y Nt me $1 (I.N eml m Excethmt ditplay d dln, tt, s in wood end chrome end with oll new low prices, BOX SlPmlIW AND/NtT1RBSE$ Yes, we have the best $1Nping QUANTITIES LIMITED pitl in town end fly or, coming t of our mrsl This is your thence to e te mt d enor offered m the Regular volby. BOX tpringz and mottressos 1, . with up to 25 yrs wrr(mty on me sh. You sp4md '/ of yor time on th in bed so why not moke the best of it? / ,... u..=,. , nOW  f m# d,,idm te imy. HIE IHLNBW TI  DAY O O lXCIgUmT mVlmlrOIT We dso soft some of the top broad nms W's ond knces, PMke 1hi -- World hsmous for Adndnd --  -- and others. } Why not rook, it point to bolt over our exceht invlmtory? You @lllill wifl Inove with 0 Song in yew , and mere money in your pockIboekl X. Borden lhlbr MULTI-OUTLET  POWER CENTER - I tO Turns one outlet into six safely and economically so you Wondslb, N.li. Did741r.lll| can power additional tools, appliances, electronic equip- t?r rnent and morel CirOLlit breaker (15 amp, 125V) automati. caliy terminates any circuit overloads. With 6-ft. grounded power supply cord and shockproof unUreakable housing. 48725-6 ll  THe VU'" 1- -. Wear r,r CHEDDAR CHIVE CRISPS ' Yield: approx. 3,z doz. 2 cups (8 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese, at room temperature % cup (1 stick) butter 1' cups all-purpose flour  teaspoon dry mustard z teaspoon salt % cup snipped fresh chives Combine cheese, butter, mustard and salt in small mixing bowl. Mix on medium speed of mixer until well blended. Gradually stir in flour until well combined. Shape into a log 11 inches long and 2 inches in diameter; roll in chives. Wrap in waxed paper and chill several hours until firm. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cut into %-inch thick slices. Bake on un- buttered baking sheets 12 to 15 minutes. Serve immediately. THE HOME SYSTEM It starts with a coal and woodburning stove that can become a complete hot air or hot water heat- ing system. The flexibility designed into the Home Heater! makes it easy to add accessories you want to. And the not to. Come see it here. Come in to up for Prize on 0ct.3 Sept. 25th Montgomery Ward new agents Kathy and Andy Thibault ANNUAL TRUCKLOAD SALE -- MONTH OF (802) 2224711 Street ADULT EDUCATIO Oxbow High & Vocational Ce Bradford, Vermont FALL SEMESTER Courses will be offered for ten weeks on or Thursday evenings, beginning October 5 & All courses 6:30- 9:30 unless otherwise MONDAY Calico Crafts .................. Martial Arts .................. Furniture Const. & Design ..... Exercise 7:00-9:00 ............ 1 Photo II- Advanced .......... Tole Painting ................ . Ac. unting 2 C ................... Gmtar-Beg. 7:00-9:00 .......... 11 Shorthand-7: 9O-9:00 ......... Cake Decorating ..... i ...... i. THURSDAY Cha!r Reseating .............. ' Typing ...................... i Painting ..................... 2' Photo I-'Beginners ............ : Welding . .. .................. Teacher Aides 7: 00-9:00 ...... 1;' (Prep.Course) aftin Dr g-Arch ........ .27'I Calligraphy 7:00-9:00. i: i'i :": 1]' Beekeeping 7:00-9: 00. " i PRE-REGIsTRATION FORM For further information call: I CHARUE OTTINA Name Street Town .... ............................. Class Day Tel. No. Make Checks Payable to: Oxbow High