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4 Broadcaster Press Eat Healthy Even On The Go BROOKINGS, S.D. - With a little planning and some batch cooking South Dakotans can have some healthful meals on hand for time crunches and drop in guests. "This concept of batch cooking or freezer meals is taking hold for some families in an effort to reduce the amount of money spent on food, and to have meals on hand which are healthy and wholesome," said Hope Kleine, SDSU Extension Health Education Field Specialist. About Batch Cooking Batch cooking refers to making quantity recipes, which are often frozen. The entrée is prepared from fresh foods and frozen in family portions, which can easily be pulled from the freezer and re-heated at a later date. "The cost of meals prepared at home is generally less than the cost of prepared ready-to-eat frozen entrées, deli foods and eating out," Kleine explained. "With home prepared meals you have the ability to control the amount of sodium and calories, and limit the amount of preservatives." Make meal prep fun Batch cooking can also be an opportunity to get together with friends. "Groups of friends can get together and make quantity recipes or exchange dishes, and divide the portions and cost among those involved," she said. For example, in a group of three, one makes three pans of lasagna, one makes three batches of beef soup, and one makes three batches of chicken pot pie. In the end, each member gets a pan of lasagna, a batch of soup, and chicken pot pie ready for freezing and later use. Batch Cooking Tips Test it first: Before making a quantity recipe, make one recipe and have group participants taste test it. "Remember, what you like in a good lasagna dish may not be what our friend likes," Kleine said. Double up: Prepare multiple batches of main ingredients, such as beef, pork, chicken, etc. "If you are cooking up ground beef, it's just as easy to cook up a double or triple batch and freeze the extra servings," Kleine said. "Simply reheat for tacos or your favorite casserole, and you have yourself a shortcut for those last minute meals." Easy clean up begins here: Line casseroles and pans with parchment paper so that once the dish is prepared and frozen, it may be taken out of the container. This prevents having to have large number of pans/dishes. Then, simply wrap the item in saran wrap, and place into a Ziploc freezer bag. Note of caution: Pyrex or glass in a freezer is easily broken. Date and label: Date and label the items frozen. Provide directions for reheating within the package as well as packaging extras in the wrapped item, i.e. a package of shredded cheese with the frozen package of lasagna so when you are ready to take it out, you have the topping available. Defrost the night before: If an item is going to be baked, generally you will need to defrost the item in the refrigerator the night or day before. Note: Do not put partially thawed or frozen food in a Pyrex or glass dish in an oven set on the pre-heat setting. When pre-heating, the oven operates at a high temperature which may cause a dish to break or explode. Know your options: Keep a list of items in the freezer so they can be eaten in a reasonable time. Generally, it is best to consume frozen foods within one year of freezing them. Balance the meal out: When it comes to a meal time, all you need to do is defrost the entrée, add a fresh salad or fruit and pour a glass of milk to complete your meal. Food safety: Keep food safety in mind. When freezing, have the items somewhat cooled before they are put in the freezer. Also, do not fill the freezer too full to prevent items to be cooled below 40 degrees in a period of 2 or less hours. Banking Division Issues Sobriety Checkpoints Money And Mortgage Lender Reporting Guidance Planned For December PIERRE, S.D. – House Bill 1179 passed during the 2017 legislative session and became effective July 1, 2017. It created limited exemptions for certain money lenders and nonresidential mortgage lenders under SDCL Chapters 54-4 and 54-14. Official guidance on House Bill 1179 and the required annual reporting forms are posted at dlr.sd.gov/banking. Annual reports must be filed with the South Dakota Division of Banking by Dec. 31, 2017. The reporting requirement included in House Bill 1179 is not intended to apply to loans made between family members. Additional questions can be directed to the Division at 605-773-3421. PIERRE, S.D. – Sobriety checkpoints are planned in 17 counties during the month of December. A total of 23 checkpoints statewide have been announced by the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. The checkpoints are designed to discourage people from drinking and then driving. December’s schedule of checkpoints include the counties of: Beadle, Brown, Brule, Clay, Codington, Davison, Day, Hughes, Jackson, Lawrence, Lincoln, Minnehaha, Moody, Pennington, Stanley, Walworth and Union. The monthly checkpoints are funded by the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety and conducted by the Highway Patrol. Both the Office of Highway Safety and the Highway Patrol are part of the Department of Public Safety. Domestic Violence Doesn’t Take a Holiday Survivors can face increased risk during the holiday season. DVSOS Advocates are available to take your call 365 days a year. PRECISION PAINTING Report suspected abuse call 911 in case of an emergency ask to have an advocate to be with you throughout the crisis and beyond. in Vermillion Serving Clay, Union, Turner Counties in South Dakota 605-624-5311 •Interior •Exterior •Commercial •Residential Quality Workmanship, Reasonable Rates Since 1983 CLINT TUCKER 624-4621 Mark’s Machinery A report regarding Dale Williamson Jr. being held in custody in the Clay County Jail after being arrested Nov. 21 on alleged second degree rape charges. Williamson was also arrested in October on an alleged attempted second degree charge and has been suspended from the USD football team. A story about the message of Taneeza Islam, executive director of South Dakota Voices for Peace, who is encouraging South Dakotan to battle multi-million dollar campaigns being waged by hate groups to help spread Islamophobia and anti-immigrant and refugee bigotry. And if you want to see: Photos from a successful “standstill” Parade of Lights held in downtown Vermillion Nov. 30. Coverage of Vermillion High School graduate Weston Olson’s induction into the high school’s Fine Arts Hall of Fame on Tuesday, Dec. 5. A report from the Monday, Dec. 4 Vermillion City Council meeting. Pick up this Friday’s Plain Talk! Local news since 1884! Address • Phone Dalesburg Baptist Church, 30503 466th Ave., Beresford. Sunday School 9:45am, Worship 11am, Midweek Services WED 6:30pm 605-253-2622 www.dalesburgbaptist.org Church of Christ, 102 Prospect, Vermillion: Sunday Worship, 10am; Bible Study 9am; Bible Study Noon; Wednesday Night Classes, 7pm Elk Point Baptist Church, 101 N. Green St., Elk Point, SD. Worship SUN 11am, Bible Study WED 7pm. 605-2221981. The United Church of Christ Congregational, Highway 12 Newcastle, NE. Worship: 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Pastor Gary Kimm. Come join us! First Baptist Church, Elmer “Sandy” Aakre, Pastor. 605624-6391 home, 605-624-4658 church. Sunday School 9:15am, Worship 10:30am, Choir Practice 11:50am. United Church of Christ Congregational, 226 E. Main St., Pastor Steve Miller. 10:30a.m. Worship Service. No Longer Strangers www.uccvermillion.org Grace Baptist Church SBC, Pastor Steve Ford, 1102 E. Main. Phone 624-4949. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. Night 7 p.m. Faith Fellowship of the Open Bible on Bypass 50 & Hwy. 19. Sunday Celebration 10:30am Pastor Tony Armbrust, 605624-2921. Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church, 995 N. Sioux Point Road, Dakota Dunes, SD. Masses: SAT 4:30pm; SUN 9:30am and 5:30pm St. Agnes Church, 416 Walker St., Fr. John Fischer Office: 624-4478. Rectory: 624-1995. Mass schedule: 5 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. and 10:30a.m. Sunday Cornerstone Church, located at corner of Crawford & Cherry St. Celebration Service: Sunday 9am and 10:30am (during school year); 10am (summers). Cornerstonesd.org or 624-8809. Elk Point United Parish, 603 S Pearl Street, Elk Point, Pastor David Bambas. Sunday worship at 9:30 AM (nursery available) 605-356-2008, epups@iw.net or epunitedparish.org Hillside Community Church, 1800 Constance Dr. Vermillion. Sunday Worship at 9am & 10:45am. Contact us at 605624-4862 or HillsideVerm@ gmail.com. hccvermillion.org Komstad Covenant Church Rural Beresford and Centerville, SD: 18 miles north on University Road. Phone 5632402. Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m. One Hour: Worship is led by a talented live band in a style that is consistent with today's culture. On the USD Campus at the MUC, 6:30pm Sundays! www.one-hour.org St. Paul's Episcopal Church Corner of Main and Linden. Sunday: nursery available. 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 11:00 a.m. coffee hour. Call 624-3379 for more information Bergen Lutheran Church “The Little White Church on Timber Road.” 605-267-4342, Pastors Kristen & Ben Eisele. 8:45am Worship, 10:00am Sunday School. Brule Creek Lutheran Church, Elk Point, SD: Worship 11am, Sunday School 9:45am10:45am Christ Our Savior, WELS, Worship SUN. 6pm, Bible Study TUE. 9pm, Neuharth Center, 605-624-5398 or 1800-1234. Concordia Lutheran Church (LC-MS) 7 S. University, Vermillion. Sunday School 9 a.m. Divine Service 10 a.m. Pastor Paul Albers, 605-624-3459 or email@lcmsvermillion.org Dalesburg Lutheran Church, 12 miles north of Vermillion on University Rd., Worship 9:15am, Sunday School 10:45am, www.dalesburglutheran.org. Faith Lutheran Church, 401 Main St., Maskell, NE, Sunday School, 9am; Worship, 10am w/Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays. 605-658-0240 (home) or (402)692-3323 (church). Faith United Lutheran Church, 44874 303rd St., Volin, SD, 605-267-2277. Worship: 9:30am SUN w/ communion 1st & 4th Sundays. WOW Wednesday/Confirmation, 6:30pm Gayville Lutheran Church, Gayville, SD, Pastors Kristen & Ben Eisele. 10:45am Worship, 9:15am Sunday School. Facebook Gayville-Bergen Lutheran Churches, 605-267-4342 Immanuel Lutheran Church Elk Point, SD: Worship Service 9:00 a.m., Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Providence Reformed Church, 830 Madison, Vermillion: Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 10:30am. “We welcome you to historic protestant worship and fellowship.” Pleasant Valley Lutheran Church. Rural Vermillion: Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Holy Communion First Sunday of every month. All welcome. St Thomas More Newman Center, 320 E Cherry St, Vermillion. Sunday Mass 11am and 9pm www.usdnewman.org for weekday Mass and Adoration times. 605-624-2697 St. Paul Lutheran Church, 31903 475th Ave., Elk Point, Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Sunday School 9 a.m. Rev. David Bentz, 605-356-2805; TODD’S www.stpaullutheranelkpoint.com ELECTRIC SERVICE Design/Build • Fiber Cabling • Commercial • Residential Service Calls • Boom Truck with Auger • Trenching 1-800-560-2518 The Serving the Vermillion Area Arts Council Beresford and invites you to the 1221 Cornell St., Vermillion, SD • 605-624-5642 Vermillion Areas 201 NW 13th St., Ste. 3, Beresford, SD • 800-560-2518 See Us For The Full Line Of Tough Bobcat Equipment James Heating & Cooling “Quality Service with Reasonable Prices.” “Serving the Vermillion Area Since 1993” Vermillion, SD 57069 • 605-624-9140 Holiday Arts & Crafts Celebration Our Services Include: • Furnace and A/C Replacement/Repair • Hot Water Boiler Replace and Repair A mix of Art, Craft, Music, Dance, Food, Santa, Make A Gift and FUN! • Air Duct Cleaning • Window - Saturday, Sunday, December 10 Replacements December 16 • pm to 6:00 pm daily 2:00In Floor Heating Systems IN STOCK SKID LOADERS TRACK LOADERS * TREE SHEARS * BRUSH MOWERS * GRAPPLES * SNO-PUSHERS SUN 12/10 USED LOADERS MON NICE SELECTION USED WHEEL LOADERS 12/11 – ALL SIZES – ALL MAKES - TRACK LOADERS TUE 12/12 BOBCAT T200 – 2002 -2,789 HR- 68” BUCKET BOBCAT T320 – 2,244 HR – CAB/AIR WED BOBCAT T650 – 1,358 HR – NEW TRACKS 12/13 GEHL RT 250 – CAB/AIR – 249 HR - 74 HP NEW HOLLAND C238 – 2013 – HI-FLOW – CAB/AIR THUR SEE US FOR YOUR BOBCAT PARTS AND SERVICE NEEDS 12/14 Here for you yesterday, today and tomorrow. 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD 57069 605-624-2695 Dealer Name CHURCH SCHEDULES “The Line To Power” Stories you missed this week because you’re not a Plain Talk subscriber A story about Joshua Arens, a University of South Dakota graduate, who was selected recently as one of 32 Rhodes Scholars to study at the University of Oxford in England starting next year. December 5, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com FRI 12/15 Yankton, SD: (605)665-4540 • (800)526-8095 Wagner, SD: (605)384-3681 • (800)693-1990 Or visit us at: www.marksinc.com SAT 12/16 One Tough AnimalTM www.bobcat.com Licensed & Insured • Call ARE TENTATIVE Estimate ALL SCHEDULED TIMES for a FREE Washington Street Arts Center The Vermillion Area Arts Council located at 202 Washignton Street | the invites you to Vermillion, South Dakota 2 - 6 pm 2:30 - 4:30 pm 4 - 6 pm 5 - 6 pm Art & Craft Sales plus Lumostudios Yarn Sale Make a Gift - your choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* Santa - On site with gifts for kids Ugly Sweater Contest – Prize for best homemade & best commercial Holiday Arts & Crafts Celebration 2 - 6 pm 2:30 - 4:30 pm Art & Craft Sales plus Lumostudios Yarn Sale Make a Gift - your choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* Plus Vermillion Author’s Books, and Basket Making Demo A mix of Art, Craft, Music, Dance, Food, Santa, Make A Gift and FUN! Sunday, December 10 - Saturday, December 16 Art & Craft2:00 plus Lumostudios Yarn daily Sales pm to 6:00 pm Sale 2 - 6 pm 2:30 - 4:30 pm 5 - 6 pm Make a Gift - your choice of TIMES ARE TENTATIVE age related projects for adults and children* ALL SCHEDULED $5 or $10 or $15 Christmas Carols - Vermillion Children Choir Washington Street Arts Center located at 202 Washignton Street |Vermillion, South Dakota located at 202 Washington Street Vermillion, South Dakota 2 - 6 pm ArtEveryday Events Sun 12/10–Sat 12/16 & Craft Sales plus Lumostudios Yarn Sale pm 2:30 - 4:30 pm2 - 6 - 4:30 pm p.m.&-Craft Salesand Crafts$10$10 or $15Yarn Saleadults and children* your plus Lumostudios Sale 2-6 Art - Gift - your choice of $5 Yarn Saleplus age related SUN 2:30 Make a Gift aArts choice of$5 oror or $15 age related projects for projects for adults and children* Make Santa - On site 5 - 6 pm 2:20-4:30 p.m. - Make a Gift- for kids Choice of $5, $10 or $15 Santa Story Time with gifts Your 12/10 4 - 6 pm 5 - 6 pm Ugly Sweater Contest – Prize for best homemade & best commercial age related projects for adults and children MON 2 - 63pm5 pm Craft&WeavingOn LumostudiosgiftsSale kids Santa - and Basket Yarn for - & Art Craft Sales plus site with Making Demo SUN 2 - 6 pm Arts Gift of $5 age related projects for adults and children* 12/10 2:30 - 4:30 pm Make aUgly- your choiceBooks,or $10 or $15or $15 age related best commercial 2:30 -12/11pm 5 - 6 pma Gift Vermillion Author’s Contestor $10for best homemade &projects for adults and children* 4:30 Make Plus - your choice of $5 -Prize Making Demo Sweater and Basket 5 - 6 pm Dance Group MON pm Vermillion Lumostudios Yarn Sale pm 12/11 2 - 62:30 - 4:30 Art & Craft Sales plusAuthor’s Books and Basket Making Demo TUE 12/12 2:30 - 4:30 pm Make a Gift - your- choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* Christmas TUE 5 - 64pm5:15 Craft SalesCarols Vermillion Children Choir Sale 2 - 6 pm Art plus Lumostudios Yarn - & pm Christmas Carols - Vermillion Children Choir 2:30 -12/12 4:30 pm Make a Gift - your choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* 2 - 6 pm Art & Craft Sales plus Lumostudios Yarn Sale WED WED 4:30 - 6 pm Story your with Santa 4:30 Gift - Time 12/13 12/13 2:30 -pm pm Make aStory Time choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* 5-6 Santa 2 - 3 pm A Ukulele Christmas - concert THUR 5 - 6 pm Dance Group 2 - 6 pm Art & Craft Sales Weaving and Basket Making Demo 12/14 Arts & Craft plus Lumostudios Yarn Sale THUR 2 - 6 pm 2:30 - 4:30 pm2:30 - 4:30 pm a Gift a Gift - your choiceof $5 oror $10 or $15 age relatedadults and children* Make Make - your choice of $5 $10 or $15 age related projects for projects for adults and children* 12/14 5 - 62pm3 pm Dance A Ulkulele Christmas - concert Group 4 - 5 pm Great Vermillion Pastry Contest - Show off your baking skills 4 - 5 pm = Best Great Vermillion Pastry Contest - show off your baking skills SAT Prizes Tasting, Best Presentation, Most Original, Best Traditional 12/16 2 - 6 pm FRI Art & Craft Pastry Auction Yarn Sale - Prizes plus Lumostudios 5 - 6 pm Great VermillionSales= Best Tasting, Best Presentation, Most Original, Best Traditional 12/15 2:305 4:30 pm Make a Gift - your choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* - 6 pm Great Vermillion Pastry Auction 2 - 3 pm * CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT A Ukulele Christmas - concert VAAC 2 - 6 of Art & Craft Sales plus Lumostudios Yarn | vermillionareaartscouncil@gmail.com SAT Board pmDirectors | vermillionareaartscouncil.com Sale 12/16 2:30 - 4:30 pm Make a Gift - your choice of $5 or $10 or $15 age related projects for adults and children* 4 - 5 pm Great Vermillion Pastry Contest - Show off your baking skills Prizes = Best Tasting, Best Presentation, Most Original, Best Traditional
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