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Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, October 21, 2010 Pumpkin Flan for a Healthier Holiday Dessert (NAPS)--A healthier take on holiday dishes can bene- fit the whole family, especially considering that type 2 dia- betes affects at least 24 mil- lion American adults and chil- dren. People with diabetes are at greater risk of cardio- vascular disease, the number one cause of death in the U.S. Cheryl Forberg, R.D., con- stilting die'titian to NBC's he Biggest Loser" and a James Beard award-winning recipe developer, has created dia- betes-friendly, heart-healthy recipes for a holiday meal makeover. These recipes use canola off, which has the least saturated fat and most omega- 3 fat of all cooking oils. Forberg's dessert recipe does away with pie crust and con- centrates on yummy pumpkin flavor, allowing people to have their cake (flan) and eat it, too: Pumpkin Flan Canola oil cooking spray 3 eggs, omega-3 enriched, if available 1'/4 cups pumpkin purde 7 tablespoons (1/4 cup plus 3 tablespoons) maple syrup 51/2 teaspoons canola oil 11/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/4 teaspoon salt 11/2 cups low-fat milk, heated until very hot Boiling water, about 1 quart Ground nutmeg (garnish) 1. Preheat oven to 50F. Adjust oven rack to center position. Coat eight 6- ounce custard cups or ramekins with canola oil cooking spray and set them A slice of traditional pump- kin pie weighs in at about 300 calories and 5 g satu- rated fat compared to only 190 calories and 1.5 g satu- rated fat in this pumpkin flan made with canola oil. in 13 x 9-inch baking pan. 2. In large bowl, beat eggs slightly; add pump- kin purde, maple syrup, canola oil, vanilla, spices and salt. Beat with mixer until blended thoroughly. Mix in hot milk until blended. There will be about 4 cups of liqui& Pour 1/2 cup flan mixture into each prepared ramekin. 3. Carefully pour boil- ing water into baking pan around ramekins. Water should come up to the level of custard inside ramekins. 4. Bake 40 to 45 minutes or until set around the edg but still a little loose in cen- ter. When center of flan is just set, it will jiggle a little when shaken. Remove from oven and immediately remove ramekins from water bath; cool on wire rack until room tempera- ture. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. 5. Serve cold and garnish with ground nutmeg. This dessert can be made up to three days in advance. Keep refrigerated until serving. Yield: 8 servings. Nutrient analysis per serv- ing: 190 calories, 7 g total fat, 1.5 g saturated fat, 110 mg cholesterol, 220 mg sodium, 24 g total carbohydrate, 2 g fiber, 6 g protein. For more information, visit www.canolainfo.org. Tips To Create A Tailgate Touchdown (NAPS) As the weather cools down and football com- petition heats up, Americans , are dusting off their game-time gear and preparing for the fall tailgate season. Everyone knows tailgating is about three things---food, fun and football. So whether you are tailgating outside the stadium or host- ing a game-time party in the living room, here are some tips to make any football festivity a winner. Don't let the players have all the fun--extend the friendly competition off the- field.At the beginning of your party have each guest write down which team they think will win and what the final score of the game will be. After the final pass is thrown, award the guest who comes the closest with a silly prize, like an oversized foam foot- ball hat or pifiata. Got little ones who are not quite interested in the game yet? Develop fun activ- ities that will keep them occu- pied and engaged from the first kick-off to the last sack. Stock up on coloring books and art projects for them to create or put together a football-themed scavenger hunt and place dues throughout the house. These fun activities will ensure that they have fun during the game without interrupting any important plays. Planning ahead will elim- inate any last-minute scram- bling before kick-off. Prep food and develop as many make- ahead-meals as possible the night before. For example, cre- Barbecue pulled-pork mini-. sliders are an alwayHnjoy- able tailgate treat that are surprisingly easy to make. ate satisfying barbecue pulled- perk mini-sliders by slow cook- ing pulled pork with barbeque sauce the evening prior--once the game starts the meat will be fillly-cooked and ready to serve on warm Sister Schubert's Homemade Rolls. If you're looking for more deli- cious game-time recipes to add to your lineup visit Sister Sohuber tsFeedYouflam.com and while you're there enter the Feed Your Team sweep- stakes for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Cooking.corn or a grand prize of $5,000! A party without a little flair will be easily forgotten. To make it memorable, choose decorations, such as plates, utensils and streamers, in the colors of the home tean While packing up the car for the tail- gate, bring along a few branded blankets for when the cool evening breeze comes in. If you're hosting at home add some additional flair by using old footballs, helmets and trophies as centerpieces for the table. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order .for a one year subscription to POBox 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 49.53; 2010 Code of lows, I, Traci VanderLinden, Warren County Commissioner of Elections, do hereby proclaim and give notice'the General Election will be held in Warren County, Iowa, at the regular polling places in each of the precincts of said County, on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, for the purpose of fitlirg offices by the vote of all QUALIFIED VOTERS of Wairen County, Iowa. Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 9:00 p.m. The Polling Places for Greenfield 2, Lincoln, Linn & Otter Townships, and Norwalk 2 has changed. The Precinct locations are as follows: " Allen 1 - Family Life Center, 405 School St., Carlisle Allen 2 - Cadisle Community Bldg, 35 Vine St., Carlisle (Allen 2 is south of School Street including ALL of rural Allen township. Belmont - Milo City Hall, 100 Main Street, Milo. Greenfield 1 - Mt Zion Church, 8383 Ridgeview Dr., Des Moines Greenfield 2 - Northern Warren Fire Station, 2300 R63 Hwy, Norwalk Indianola I - Warren County Administration Building (gymnasium), 301 N. Buxton, Indianola Indianola 2 - St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 1200 W. Iowa Ave., Indianola Indianola 3 - Masonic Hall, 1606 Hwy 92, Indianola Indianola 4 - American Legion Hall, 105 W. 1 ' Ave., I ndianola Jackson - American Legion Hall, Iowa St., St. Marys Jefferson - Martensdale-St Marys School, 390 Burlington Ave, Martensdale Liberty - Southeast Warren High School, Liberty Center Lincoln - Indianola Church of Christ, 1112 E. Iowa Ave, Indianola Linn - Harvest Church, 4225 Birch St, Cumming Norwalk I - Norwalk Library, 1051 North Ave., Norwalk Norwalk 2 - New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr. Norwalk Norwalk 3 - St John Church, 720 Orchard Hill Dr., Norwalk Otter - Mt Calvary Lutheran Church, 2214 E 2 r Ave, Indianola Palmyra - Palmyra Township Hal. 19397 Hwy G-24, Palmyra ! Official Ballot i , ' General Election- Warren County, Iowa Tuesday, Novem ber 2, 2010 c0u000 Auditor & Commissioner of Electi0n: Norwalk 1 Where to find the judges and proposed amendment to the Iowa Constitution: Judges: on the back of this baiot, beginning in the center column Constitutional Amendment: on the back of this ballot, beginning in the right hand co!umn. Straight Party Votir, g INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS To vote, darken the oval(s)completelY next to your choice, like this: a. Write-in: To vote for a write-in candidate, write the person's name on the line provided and darken the oval. Do not cross out. If you change your mind, exchange your ballot for a new one. ][ For State Senator For GovernorfLt. Governor i lraight party voting. To vote for all candidates from a single party, fill in the oval in front of the party name. Not all parties have nominated candidates for all offices Marking a straight party vote does not include votes for nonpartisan offices, !judges or questions Straight Party Voting Vote for no more than one. 0 Democratic Party (DEM) 0 Republican Party (REP) O Libertarian (UB) Other Political Organizations The following organizations have nominated !candidates for only one office: Socialist Workers Party (SWP) Iowa Party (lAP) Other Abbreviations: Nominated By Petition (NBP) For United States Senator Vote for no more than one. 0 Roxanne Conlin (DEM) 0 Chuck Graesley (REP) 0 John Heiderecheit (LIB) ( (Write-in Vote. if any) For United States Representative District 4 Vote for no more than one. 0 Bill Maske (DEM) 0 Tom Lathom (REP) 0 Dan Lensing (NBP) (Z (Wren. vote,  =V) ' Vote for no more than one team. 0 Chet Culver (DEM) Patty Judge 0 Terry E, ranstad (REP) i 1 i District 37 Vote for no more than one. C_.) Staci Appel (DEM) C Kent Sorenson (REP) Kim Reynolds 0 Jonathan Narcisse (lAP) Richard Marar O Eric Cooper (LIB) Nick Weitha ' 0 David Rsenfetd (SWP) Helen Meyers 0 (Write-in Vote, if any) For State Representative District 074 Vote for nornore than one. 0 Scott Ourth (DEM) 0 Glen H, Massie (REP) O'oNrite.i n Vote, if any) C]) Gregor:/James Hughes (NBP) Robin Pior-Caief ( (Wrife-tn wte for Governor, if any) (Write-In voze for It, Governor, if any} For Secretary of State Vote for no more than one. 0 Michael A. Mauro (DEM) 0 Matt Schultz (REP) 0 Jake Porter (LIB) ( (Write-in Vote, if an),) For Auditor of State Vote for no more than one. O Jon Murphy (DEM) O David A. Vaudt (REP) @ te-in Vote, if an},) For Treasurer of State Vote for no more than one. 0 Michael L. Rtzgerald (DEM) 0 David D, Jamison {REP) 0 (write-in Vote. if any) For Secretary of Agriculture Vote for no more than one. 0 Francis Thicke (DEM) 0 Bill Northey (REP) ( (Wnte-in Vote, if any) For Attomey General Vote for no more than one. 0 Tom Miller (DEM) ( Brenna Rndley (REP) 0 (w vote,  =v) For County Board of Supervisors District 1 Vote for no more than one. 0 G. Kevin Middleswart (DEM)  0 Dean Yordi (REP) 0 (Write-in Vote if an),) For County Treasurer Vote for no more than one. O Skip Phillips (DEM) O Julie Daugherty (REP) 0 (Write-in Vote I if an),) For County Recorder Vote for no more than one, 0 Polly J. Glascock (REP) 0 (Write-in Vote, if any) For County Attorney Vote for no more than one. O Bryan J. Ingle (DEM) O John Cdswell (REP) O (Write-in Vote, if an)') +d TURN THE BALLOT OVER