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Thursday, August 11, 2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A in a freezer bag in the amount you wish Tip for Freezing Pasta 1 teaspoon ltali easoning ip 1/4 teaspoon powdered garlic or 1 to serve. Flatten the freezer bag and You may prefer the taste and tex- Rec e small clove garlic, minced press out the air. Spread out in your ture of freshly prepared pasta. If you 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper freezer in single layers on a flat surface do freeze pasta, undercook it slightly Salt (optional, according to taste) until frozen. Then, stack together_ and run it under cold water to cool it Pasta with Meat Sauce 8 ounces of pasta (macaroni, spa- To thaw: Thaw mixture for about and stop the cooking process. For best Alice Henneman, MS,RD,UNL Ex- gbetti, etc.) 24 hours in the refrigerator - place results, freeze pasta separately from tension in Lancaster County 1.Place all ingredients, EXCEPT freezer bag on a plate. I OR, defrost the meat sauce in the amount to be (Makes 4 servings)_ pasta, in a saucepan and simmer, coy- mixture in your microwave, following served, in a flattened freezer bag from Prepare this recipe for eating right ered, overlowheatuntiimeatisthawed manufacturer'sdirections.Ifthefreezer which the air has been pressed out. away, using one batch of frozen and heated throughout, about 20 to 30 bagmanufacturerdoesn'tprovidespe- Spread pasta in freezer in single layers crumbled meat made with chopped minutes; simmering also allows fla- cific instructions for defrosting food in on a flat surface until frozen. Then, onion (need not be thawed). OR make vors to develop. Stir occasionally. Add their bags in the microwave, transfer stack together. the sauce right after preparing a fresh more water ifthe mixture becomes too thefoodtoamicrowave-safecontainer When heating/reheating the meat batch ofthecrumbled meat; then freeze thick, to thaw. Cook food immediately after sauce for serving, toss in the pasta and the pasta meat sauce mixture. See 2.While meat sauce is simmering, microwave-defrosting._ finish cooking toward the end of heat- freezer tips following the recipe for freezingpreparedmeatsauceforpasta, prepare 8 ounces of pasta (macaroni, To reheat: Reheat in a covered ing the meat sauce. Waiting until the 1 batch make-ahead crumbled beef spaghetti, noodles, etc.) according to saucepan until sauceisheatedthrough- sauce is almost heated helps prevent made from 1-pound lean ground beef package directions._ out (165 degrees F); stir occasionally, overcooking the pasta. You may need 3.Drain pasta; serve topped with OR reheat, covered, in your micro- to add extra water to your sauce if the and 1 medium chopped onion (need meat sauce or mix pasta together with wave in a microwave safe container; pasta absorbs some of the liquid. not be thawed) meat sauce before serving, stir occasionally. NOTE: As you're 1 can (14.5 ounces) regular or no- Freezing prepared pasta meat reheating rather than cooki'ng the pasta salt added diced tomatoes sauce_suggested freezer storage time: sauce in this case, you might start the You are invited to follow The Su, 1 can (8 ounces) regular or no-salt 1 to 2 months for best quality) processofcookingthe spaghetti, maca- perior Express on Facebook. added tomato sauce To freeze pasta meat sauce: Freeze roni, etc. before you begin heating the sauce. In a story printed on the preceedng page, Richard Schmeling recalls marching down Lincoln's "0" Street with the Superior High School Earlier this year Schmeling was surprised to find this picture of the Superior band taken that day is now on display in a Lincoln restaurant. Hastings Federal Credit Union 707 N, Marian Rd., Hastings, NE 68901 (402) 463-6668 Toll Free: 1-877-508-8399 www.hastin0sfcu.0rg Member Owned Serving the Financial Needs of People H47o Live or Work in the following counties: Adams, Clay, Fillmore, N kolls, Thayer, Webster Savings federal insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration t,18 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. 341 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 ing @ IN HOME CARE l'Ht: 'v~.l.UF Ot: Ex(:fl LFN:~ ^r }-IOM t. For Information contact: Michelle Plock 1005 Idaho St., Superior, NE 68978 michelle.plock@kindswoodcrt, com Office: 402-207-1050 amllmm .d "Home of the perfect fit" 352 N. Central - Superior, Neb. - 402-879-3721 band in 1956. Cody Butler shows off his website which features videos about his hunting experiences By Sandra Foote In 2013 he was approached by pro- beganmarketingaset-linerodhecalled Cody Butler, a 2009 Superior High ducers of Real Tree and Whitetail the "Catfish Getter." School graduate, is living his dream! FreakswhichairsontheOutdoorChan- Since his grandfather's death, But- He has seized his opportunities and is nel.Hewasaskedtobecomepartofthe lerhascontinuedmakingtherodswhich working in a job he considers to be his Whitetail Freaks team. He and a friend he now calls theWhisker Stick. Cody's ideal career! filmed for Whitetail Freaks in the 2014 wife, Whitney, helps by assembling It all began seven years ago and has and 2015 seasons. He found this expe- and tying the lines for the poles. been a succession of one opportunity rience to be rewarding but decided he Butler is thankful for the consistent leading to another, enjoyed doing his own projects more. and loving support he has received He explained, "I met a guy from He is now resuming the Dreamfrom his parents and grandparents. Both North Carolina when I was in high Chasers project. He is currently film- grandfathers, Jim Butler and the late school. His name is Scott Carpenter ing a story about himself and four Dale Michels, created businesses of and he came here hunting every year. friends that is basically semi-live. This their own. Micheis operated NebKan We became close friends and he was film is covering his hunting experi- Consulting Company and Butler was getting into filming hunting for televi- ences beginning from the middle of an aerial sprayer doing business as sion." summer to the end of hunting season in Butler Ag Air. For their grandson they Butler became interested as well November. have served as role models of men who and they soon realized Cody had a Hishuntingexperienceincludesthe workedforwhattheywantedandmade knack for video and photography. But- prep work for the season including good livings in a small town. Many ler enrolled in the video photography setting the food plots, trail cams and people view small towns as having major at Central Community College hunting stands. The trail cams record limited for opportunities. Cody said at Hastings. the amount of deer on the property and this hasn't been true for his family. Butler is using video to help further where they are and also record their His grandmothers are both sup- his goal of helping people of all ages to habits. portive of his work though they are not appreciate and enjoy the great out- He said, "I feel blessed to do what I hunters. Ferne Butler is inspirational doors and the hunting experience. To do."ThedrivingforceinButler'sbusi- in the entrepreneurial world with her help achieve his goal, in 2009 he estab- ness is a desire to help others to see the crafts and the creativity she exhibits. lished Cotton Wood Creative Inc. value in making memories with family Mitzi Michels helps Cody to keep his He specializes in video and still and friends and preaching for the next faith in check and makes him strive to photography while being outside and generations and not pushing that ev- be abetterperson.Cody saidhis father, sharing the hunting experience. He's eryone has to kill the biggest buck, but Scott Butler, "Has been great father helped various companies with their to experience new things in the great figure who took me hunting and is television commercials. He uses social outdoors, supportive in the directions I have gone media like Facebook and Instagram as To view his videos you can go to but has never pushed me to do what I well as catalogues to provide content DChuntingvideos.com. didn't want to do. He's also been a sharing his interests and his expertise Butler's late grandfather, Dale good husband to my mom." on the hunting experience. Michels, started another small outdoor "Mom (Shelly) has been there for As a youngster, Butler began hunt- business as a hobby which Butler is me and has been supportive by telling ing. He has long watched televised continuingtooperate.Michelsenjoyed "dteam:: Can do i hunting shows. He killed his first deer bank and limbline fishing for catfish me 'If,~otl have a goal and have a '~hewh~,Wtes'6 ye~#01iff:'Along with' and saw the need for a simpler and '~ " : " " i,''" .... eontenffor social media sites and cata- castor way to fish without cutting the Iogues, Butler has an online hunting willow poles which had traditionally This newspaper's web page may be show called Dream Chasers whichbeen used in this area. In 1995 Michels foundatjewellcountynewspapers.com airs on CarbonTV.com. Sponsors in- clude B&J Long Range Attractants, " .... " ........ ,, -~, Wasp Archery Products (a broad head Custom Application of. company), Hot Shot Manufacturer ArcheryReleaseCc.and rophyRidge. Liquid and Dry Fertilizer and Chemical Between the years 2010 and 2012 Butler produced three seasons' of Dream Chasers. Your news is important to us We'd like to include your family news in the Superior Express. The address- es are P.O. Box 408 for mailing, delivery to 148 East Third Street, tele- phone: 402-879-3291, fax: 402-879-3463 or e-mail: tse@ supedome.com. 348 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 68978 H ea tt h M a ft. 402-879-4234 PHARMACY Open 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday Open 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday Provid/ng Pharmaceutical Care to our Communily Lane and Anna Hawley, Owners omttmction O Painting Interior-Exterior and Wallpaper, Finish Work - Baseboard, Wood Moldings, Flooring, Landscaping, Fencing, Windows and Doors, Bathrooms and Kitchens, Remodels and Additions OVER i5 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND INSURED FOR YOUR COMFORT Where a Handshake Also giving estimates for summer projects Means Something GET AHEAD BEFORE YOU GET BEHIND 208 S. National Superior, NE 68978 Give us a ca// 40 ,-0 H04II K,~.,s Propane Anhydrous TM 1221 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 Matthew Gatlin, PA-C is now welcoming new patients. 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