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Thursday, February 28, 2013 Tri-County News • www. tricountynews, mn Town and Country 2-22-13 Win loss GagnonLandscaping 167.5 84.5 Aqua Lanes 127.5124.5 Vinar's Cabinet 123 129 Weisman Racing 120 132 Looman's Constr. 119.5132.5 Triple D Farm 98.5153.5 Week 24 high games 210 or better: Dan Dahnke 256; Dwight Vinar 254, 247, 224; Matt Adolph 246, 219; Gordy Schreifels 245; Jeremy Vinar 237, 231; Steve Becker 236, 219; Dean Schmidt 234, 212; Jesse Bogatzki 233; Trent Lammersen 211. High series: Dwight Vinar 725; Steve Becker 657; Jeremy Vinar 649; Dean Schmidt 641; Matt Adolph 635; Trent Lammersen 612. Tri-County 2-20-13 Vinar's Cabinet 200.5 87.5 Blue Moose Bar/Grill 143 145 Custom Towing 136 152 KrippnerCust. Pump. 135 153 Kimball legion 129.5158.5 Ameriprise Financial 120 168 Week 24 high games 210 or better: Matt Adolph 277, 234, 211; Dwight Vinar 268, 266; Joe Asfeld 255; Jeremy Vinar 248; Gordy Schreifels 245, 232, 217; Keith Hinkemeyer 235; Dave Kloepner 233; Jason Knoll 231, 213; Bill Liedman 226; Adrian Young 218; Steve Becker 210. High series: Dwight Vinar 738; Matt Adolph 722; Gordy Schreifels 694; Jeremy Vinar 630; Jason Knoll 625. Commercial League 2-21-13 H & S Geothermal 52.5 19.5 Triple R 44 28 KFD 41 31 Main Street Pub 37 35 SOB's 35.5 36.5 Kim-Built 32 40 H & S Heating/AC 26 46 Weekly top ten: Shawn Dahlinger 231, 231, 662; Jeremy Vinar 258, 661; Eric Donnay 244, 641; Jason Salzbrun 633; Matt Adolph 623; Jeremy Salzbrun 224, 614; Kelly Danelke 608; Dwight Vinar 228, 604; Mark Serbus 235, 580; Corey Kirchner 577; Joe Asfeld 245; Chet Wessling 238; Preston Fischer 235. Community Aqua Jills 2-19-13 Aqua Lanes 42 14 Gohmann's Foods 36 20 R&RConstruction 36 20 Stuve Auto 34 22 A M Maus 24 32 FHE 23 33 Kimball Rescue 23 33 Scores 160 and higher: Jenn Garding 181; Dawn Lueders 168; Denise Stuve 162; Megan Truenow 161; Barb Liedman 168; Allison Korsmo 213; Karla Adolph 184; Bonnie Rossman 182; Pat Brandt 212. Aqua Trio 2-20-13 The Rookies 18 6 Main Street Pub 16 8 RJMGD 11 13 Team V 10 14 Krippner Bailing 9 11 Pearl Lake Lodge 8 16 200 & above: Dan Hansen 260; Jer- emy Vinar 234, 203; Jasond Phil- lippi 216, 212; Ryan Young 202. 600 & above: Jason Phillippi 627; Jeremy Vinar 627. 500 & above: Dan Hansen 585; Ryan Young 533; Jerome Garding 531; Joe Asfeld 511. ............... Page 17 ]RIB illi'l Let your crockpot cook dinner By Deb Botzek-Linn, U of M Extension You come home on a cold win- ter evening and are greeted by the inviting smells of beef stew or chicken noodle soup. Your slow cooker, better known as a crock- pot, has dinner ready. is a crockpot safe? Yes, the 170 degrees F to 280 degrees F direct heat from the pot, lengthy cook- ing time combed with the steam created in the tightly covered pot destroy bacteria, making slow- cooking a safe process. Always thaw meat or poul- try before putting it into a crock- pot. Cut meat and vegetables into chunks or smaller pieces to ensure thorough cooking. Vegetables cook slower than meat and poul- try, so if using them, put the veg- etables in first. See your instruc- tion booklet for safety guidelines for the preparation of large cuts of thawed meat and poultry and do add broth, water or barbecue sauce as recommended. Crockpots shine when preparing foods with hig moisture content such as chili, soup, stew or spaghetti sauce. If possible, turn the cooker on the highest setting for the first hour of cooking time and then to low. However, it is safe to cook foods on low the entire time. To maintain the cooking temperature, only remove the lid to stir the food or check for doneness. Once the food is done, it will stay safe as long as the cooker is operating. If using a commercially frozen crockpot meal, prepare according to manufacturer's instructions. Store leftovers in shallow cov- ered containers and refrigerate within two hours after cooking is finished. Reheating leftovers in a crockpot is not recommended. Cooked food can be reheated on the stove, in a microwave, or in an oven until it reaches 165 degrees F as measured with a food thermom- eter, and then put into a preheated crockpot to keep hotfor serving. With a little planning, a crock- pot can provide you a convenient and delicious meal any time of the year. In the summer, use this small appliance rather than the oven to use less electricity and keep your kitchen cool. Looking for a way to save? You need to insure both your auto and your home, so why not save money in the process? 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