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   Des Moines, Iowa natives Slipknot come to the Quad Cities
   to give midwest fans a stage show not to be forgotten any
   time in the near future

By Lori Kerr                                                 to the stage.
Calumet Staff Writer                                           "I liked being one person away from the front and
                                                             being crushed in the crowd, but still being able to jam to
  The masked men of Slipknot rocked the Mark of the          the concert," Casey said.
Quad Cities on Friday Oct. 21, giving their fans an early      The members of Slipknot all hail from Des Moines.
Halloween treat. All band members were in there              Taylor told a story of how being from the Midwest
Slipknot jumpsuits along with their alter-ego masks.         makes other parts of America a little leery of us Iowans.
Some of these masks included an evil clown, a Kabuki         He told about a time when the band went to a party in
style mask and lead singer Corey Taylors leatherface         Los Angeles and the other people were snobby and stuck
                                                             up. By the time they had left
mask.
                                                             the party the L.A. partiers         “If it wasn’t for                    All
  Slipknot has been touring for the last 20 months in sup-
port of their Subliminal Verses album. Lead singer           were afraid of the Midwest            the fans, we                     photos
Corey Taylor has much gratitude for all the Slipknot         band and thought they were
                                                                                                   wouldn’t be                     taken by
                                                             crazy.
fans.
                                                               Slipknot jammed to many                 here.”                      Lori Kerr
  "If it wasn't for the fans, we wouldn't be here," Taylor
said.                                                        crowd favorites such as                  --Corey Taylor,
  The loud, metal crunching concert started out with         "Duality" and "Before I
                                                             Forget." After they left for a
                                                                                                        lead singer of
Unearth taking the stage and then As I Lay Dying fol-                                                         Slipknot
lowing.                                                      brief time, the crowd went
  Brock Busch of Muscatine was in the heart of the mosh      crazy. They returned very
pit while the opening bands warmed up the fans for           shortly, starting off their encore with “Wait and Bleed.”
Slipknot to take the stage.                                    Slipknot put on an excellent stage show, really getting
  "The mosh pit was so intense when As I Lay Dying           into the whole crowd. At one point the white backdrop
came on," Busch said. "The drummer went crazy."              with red Slipknot letters appeared to be bleeding.
  When Slipknot finally took the stage the crowd went          Judy Shepherd of Iowa City also enjoyed the stage
nuts. Slipknot's energy was surging throughout the           show.
crowd. Sitting in the seated sections, you could see mosh      "I really liked when Corey Taylor told the crowd to
pits scattered throughout the floor section and many fans    crouch down, and not to get back up until he tells them
dressed as their favorite Slipknot musician.                 to jump during the song," Shepherd said. "From the seat
  North Liberty native Richard Casey loved being             I was sitting at, it was really cool seeing them all jump
packed in with the other Slipknot fans in the crowd next     up together and just go nuts”
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Clam Shell moves to newer, bigger location
By Lori Kerr
Calumet Staff Writer
  Muscatine Community College student
Brian Wilson has found a new career. He is
the dining room manager at the recently
opened larger Clam Shell Diner located in
the Hotel Muscatine.
  The smaller Clam Shell is located in the
parking lot area of the hotel. This Clam
Shell is only open seasonally, and shut
down for the season on Sept. 28, the day
                                               Burger", New York's famous Nathan's hot
before the larger Clam Shell opened it's
                                               dogs and bratwursts, chicken breast and
doors for business. Owner Phil Wiese did
                                               catfish sandwiches.
this so that his loyal Clam Sheller's could
                                                 The Clam Shell starts their dinner menu
still enjoy his restaurant all year long.
                                               at 5 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m. Monday
  Weise was looking into places where he
                                               thru Thursday and until 10 p.m. Friday and
could open the new Clam Shell when he
                                               Saturday. All dinner selections come with
came across the recently closed
                                               soup or salad and a choice of potato or
Floodwaters restaurant location.
                                               wild rice. Beverages are not included in
  "Tom Meeker offered me a hell of a
                                               the meal. Wilson said that for around $20,
deal," Wiese said.
                                               you will get loads of food.
  The menu has been expanded from the
                                                 "You won't leave The Clam Shell Diner
smaller Clam Shell. They offer a wide
                                               hungry, that's for sure," Wilson said.
range of dishes at a fairly reasonable cost.
                                                 Their dinner selections range from
Each afternoon the Clam Shell offers a
                                               seafood to steaks to various chicken choic-
lunch menu from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. They
                                               es. Head chef Jesse Gonzales came up
also offer daily lunch specials. If cus-
                                               with one of the Clam Shell's delectable
tomers want a light lunch, they can chose                                                                                                                                Photo by Aaron Koehler
                                               pork entrees. For $11.95 customers can
appetizers ranging from clam strips to crab
                                               feast on Gonzales' baked pork loin with         Exit Floodwaters; Enter The Clam Shell Diner
cakes to chicken strips. They also have
soups and salads on the lunch menu.
                                               apple walnut brandy sauce.                      The original Clam Shell Diner has closed for the winter but, has
                                                 Wilson credits his managerial success to
  Daytime cook Barb Mackey makes many                                                          opened up in the Hotel Muscatine. This gives customers more space
                                               workers Cecil Calvert, Kelly Wegter and
of these soups from scratch along with
                                               Darlene Broders. This is his first go at run-   and gave the restaurant opportunity to expand their menu.
chili and pies. Wiese created the "Phil's
                                               ning a restaurant and managing this many        MCC business. He is willing to offer a          into works a deal for MCC during finals
Tenderloins" from his own recipe. He pre-
                                               people and he says he couldn't have done it     lunch special for the MCC crowd and             week in which he will take orders for
viously owned the Tipton Maid-Rite and
                                               without their help.                             wants to know what kinds of foods MCC           snacks and cookies and then deliver them
sold the business in order to fund his ten-
                                                 "There was a lot of chaos and hard work       would be interested in having for daily         to the campus.
derloin venture. He now sells his tender-
                                               the first week, but everything is running       specials. If interested in this sort of deal,     "Muscatine is a good town to be in busi-
loins all over the Midwest to other restau-
                                               smooth now," Wilson said. "They have            students and faculty need to go fill out        ness," Wiese said. "The people are very
rants.
                                               been really patient with me and have            appropriate information in the Calumet          loyal and friendly."
  Besides the tenderloins, the sandwich
                                               shown me a lot I didn't know."                  office in Loper Hall. Wiese is also putting
menu includes the 6-ounce "Barge
                                                 Wiese was very hyped about getting



According to reviewer: Magic is in the air:
this “shoe” is good fit “Harry Potter” returns
Kelly Moeller                                                                                  Megan Steahr                                    characters. Even though we don't have
                                                “Though the film starts out                                                                    magical powers, we as readers can still
Calumet Staff Writer                                                                           Calumet Staff Editor
  They listen into phone calls with your
                                               a little slow, “In Her Shoes”                     This year has been a great year for Harry     relate to these characters. Harry, Ron and
boyfriend. Your shoes mysteriously disap-       is a welcome reprieve from                     Potter fans, first the new book, and on         Hermione go through all of the typical
pear from your closet. Diaries are read out                                                    Nov. 18 the new movie "Harry Potter and         problems and situations that young people
                                                    the dull, monotonous                                                                       go through as children and teenagers, as
loud during dinner.                                                                            the Goblet of Fire" comes out. It can't get
   No, you can’t hit her back, and yes, she    romantic-comedies that have                     any better than that.                           well as many other problems. You really
                                                                                                                                               get to know them first hand and you really
really is your sister.                           plagued the big screen in                       During this movie Harry, Ron and
                                                                                                                                               start to care about what happens to them.
  Sisters have been squabbling since the                                                       Hermione begin their fourth year at
beginning of time, and the relationship
                                                        recent years.”                         Hogwarts. Harry will face many new              Not just the three main characters, but all
between main characters Maggie and                                     --Kelly Moeller         challenges that he will have to over come.      of the characters . Every time something
Rose in the film “In Her Shoes” is no dif-     “In Her Shoes” is a welcome reprieve            These challenges will test him in ways that     bad happens to one of them it is just so
ferent.                                        from the dull, monotonous romantic-             he never thought possible. He is mysteri-       horrible. The plot and story line is remark-
  Rose Feller is your typical American         comedies that have plagued the big screen       ously selected to participate in a Wizard       able.
woman. She has a successful career, an         in recent years. It's a movie that women of     tournament that will put him up against           There is suspense, humor, good verses
attractive boyfriend, and a closet full of     all ages can enjoy, and men will appreciate     older and much more experienced wiz-            evil, a hero that everyone loves, a bully
shoes. And like most American women,           Cameron Diaz prancing around in her             ards.                                           that everyone loves to hate and a villain
she has a sister who drives her up the wall.   underwear in nearly every scene.                  When the first Harry Potter book came         whose name can not be spoken. Who
  The polar opposite of Rose (Toni               Shirley MacLaine is wonderful as Ella,        out I was 13 years old. Now I am 20 years       wouldn't want to read a book or watch a
Collette), Maggie (Cameron Diaz) is a          the girls’ plucky grandmother. and I look       old and still love to read the books and        movie like that? All of those things are
party-going blonde bombshell without a         forward to seeing her in future films.          watch the movies. I get excited every time      what makes these books and movies great
plan. The only thing the two sisters have in     My favorite scenes took place in Ella’s       a new one comes out. To me it doesn't feel      for adults and children. The world that
common is that they both wear the same         retirement community, which was filled          weird liking a children's book because I        they live in is so incredible. All of these
size shoes.                                    with ornery senior citizens whom Maggie         don't consider them to be a children's book     magical and mystical creatures, as well as
  Maggie mooches off Rose relentlessly,        quickly became acquainted with. The             and I know that I am not alone. There are       scary and bizarre ones really make these
until one day when a terrible betrayal leads   older men of the community became espe-         thousands of other adults out there just like   books and movies excellent. There are
to a fallout between them. Maggie, unem-       cially fond of Maggie, ogling her at every      me.                                             unicorns, a three headed dog, dragons, a
ployed and uneducated, heads to her            opportunity.                                      Harry Potter fans range from little to        giant bird, owls, an enormous spider, a
father's house, where she realizes that the      Based on the best-selling novel written       children all the way up to adults. There is     giant basilisk, and a creature that can turn
grandmother she never knew is alive.           by Jennifer Weiner, “In Her Shoes” realis-      something about these movies that really        into your biggest fear.
After being driven off by her stepmother,      tically conveys the strength of families and    appeal to people young and old. I don't           All of these things combined make for a
Maggie leaves to find her.                     the power of forgiveness. It’s also a film      think that you can ever be too old for a        great book and movie series that you don't
  Though the film starts out a little slow,    that anyone with a sister can relate to.        Harry Potter book. Each book has great          want to miss out on.
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                                                             BAKLAVA                        DOUBLE CHOCOLATE OATMEAL COOKIES
      Recipes continued from                              by John Dabeet                                by Kathy Freund
             Page 15                                                                       4 eggs whites
                                             1 1/2 pounds chopped walnuts                  1 (18.25 ounce) box Betty Crocker
                                             1/2 cup sugar                                 reduced fat Sweet Rewards Devil's Food
               Desserts                      1/2 teaspoon ground cardamom                  cake mix, dry
                                             1 pound melted sweet butter                   ¼ cup applesauce
                                             2 pounds Athens thin Fillo                    ½ cup dark brown sugar
            PUMPKIN BREAD
                                             1 cup honey                                   1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
             by Debi Beatty
                                                                                           1 ½ cups quick cooking oats
                                             To make the stuffing, combine and mix
3 1/2 cups flour
                                             walnuts, sugar and cardamom. Set              Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
3 teaspoons cinnamon
                                             aside.                                        Line cookie sheets with foil. Spray with
1 cup oleo
                                                                                           non-fat cooking spray. Set aside.
3 teaspoons baking soda
                                             Brush a baking dish measuring about
2/3 cup water
                                             9x13x2 inch with some of the melted           In a large bowl, mix egg whites, apple-
1 teaspoon salt
                                             butter. Spread one Fillo sheet flat in the    sauce and brown sugar with spatula until
3 cups sugar
                                             pan, brush with about 1 teaspoon butter.      well mixed. Stir in oats and dry cake mix.
3 teaspoons nutmeg
                                             Stack about 15 Fillo sheets using this        Continue stirring until well mixed. Stir in
4 eggs
                                             method. Spread one half of the stuffing       chocolate chips until well mixed and
2 cups pumpkin
                                             mixture on the Fillo sheets. Spread and       chips are evenly distributed throughout
                                             butter about five Fillo sheets on top of      dough. Drop cookie dough onto prepared
Cream together the sugar, oleo and eggs
                                             the first layer of stuffing. Spread the       cookie sheets by rounded teaspoonfuls.
well. Stir in pumpkin and water. Stir in
                                             remaining half of the stuffing on top.        Dip a fork into water and press dough
dry ingredients and mix well. Bake in
                                                                                           down to about 1 ½ inch diameter circles.
three greased and floured loaf pans at
                                             Spread and butter about 15 Fillo sheets
350 degrees for one hour.
                                             to make the top and final layer. Use          Bake at 350 degrees for 12 to 13 min-
                                             more butter if you run out, or use less for   utes.
     GIVE-OR-TAKE CHOCO COOKIES
                                             each Fillo layer.
       by Jim and Emily Compton
                                             With a sharp knife, cut in diamond, or
                                                                                                   And Finally, CHEERIOS!
2 1/2 cups flour
                                             square shapes. Pour remaining melted             KAUFMANN’S CHEERIOS SUPREME
1 cup sugar
                                             butter on top. Bake in 350-degree oven
1 cup brown sugar
                                             for about 30 minutes, or until the surface    One bowl of Cheerios
2 sticks of butter, room temperature
                                             turns light golden color.                     Two cups of milk
3 eggs
                                                                                           One dash of sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
                                             Pour honey over Baklava. When at room
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
                                             temperature, transfer individual              Pour approximately one bowl of Cheerios
2 teaspoon vanilla
                                             pieces onto a serving dish. Serve at room     into a bowl. (Note: One may substitute
1/2 cup baking cocoa
                                             temperature or chilled.                       other cereal products if allergic to
8 shakes of cinnamon
                                                                                           Cheerios). Pour milk lightly over Cheerios,
1/2 teaspoon salt
                                                      SCALLOPED PINEAPPLE                  making sure to coat every Cheerio with
                                                          by Lisa Wiegel                   at least one drop of milk.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
                                             1 cup butter or margarine                     Sprinkle sugar over the cereal. Use a
Mix ingredients together to make a
                                             2 cups sugar                                  spoon, fork, or clean stick to lightly mix.
dough. Take about half-a-tablespoon of
                                             4 beaten eggs                                 (Note: Do not use the fork or stick to eat
dough and roll into balls. Place on baking
                                             1/4 cup milk                                  the Cheerio Supreme or you will not get
sheet. Bake for 10-12 minutes.
                                             1 large can crushed pineapple with juice      the full effect of the milk.)
                                             5 cups fresh bread cubes
Press a small pumpkin candy into the
                                                                                           Allow to simmer 1-2 seconds and then
baked cookie, if desired.
                                             Melt butter in a large bowl. Stir in sugar    eat.
                                             and eggs. Pour into buttered 9x13 pan.
                                             Bake at 350 degrees for 55-60 minutes.




                                                                         Lunch smorgasbord every
                                                                             Monday - Friday
                                                                            11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

                                                                               Happy Joes’s:
                                                                          Good times to be together
                                                                             203 Lake Park Boulevard in Muscatine
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  MAMA’S CHICKEN (AND OYSTER) GUMBO                                                             Turn out on a lightly floured surface.
            by Nancy Luikart                                   SIDE DISHES                      Knead dough for about 10 minutes using
                                                                                                the heel of your hand. Let dough rest for
  Meat from 4 chicken breasts and 4                                                             about 10 minutes. Coat the inside of a
  thighs, cut in pieces                              CORN & MACARONI CASSEROLE                  bowl with olive oil (approximately ½
  3-4 dozen oysters, freshly shucked if pos-                by Renae Britt                      tablespoon). Place the dough in the
  sible                                                                                         bowl, turning a couple of times to coat.
  2 cups finely chopped onion                    18-oz. can cream corn                          Cover with a towel or plastic wrap and let
  1 teaspoon minced garlic                       12-oz. can regular corn, not drained           rise in a warm place for 30-45 minutes,
  1 teaspoon black pepper                        1 cup macaroni, uncooked                       or until doubled in bulk.
  1 teaspoon salt                                1 cup cubed Velveeta cheese
  2 tablespoon shortening/butter                 Small amount of milk                           Sprinkle a heavy baking sheet with a
  2 tablespoon flour                                                                            tablespoon of cornmeal. Punch the
  1 tablespoon fresh parsley, minced             Mix together and bake at 350 degrees           dough down and remove to sheet. Pat it
  2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce             for one hour. Stir after one-half hour.        into a 1-inch thick disk about 10-12 inch-
  2 tablespoons green onion tops, minced                                                        es in diameter and cover with a clean
  1 tablespoon fresh parsley                                                                    towel or plastic wrap and allow it to rise
  2 stalks celery (remove after 30 min-                 DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING                  for about 30 minutes, or until almost
  utes)                                                   SCALLOPED TURKEY                      doubled in height and puffy.
  1 quart cold water (or canned chicken                      by Katie Watson
  broth)                                                                                        Preheat oven to 425 degrees with the
  3 quarts boiling water                         ½ loaf white bread cubed                       rack in the center position. Using your
  Filé                                           1-1/2 cups cracker crumbs, divided             fingertips, poke dimples (don't be gen-
                                                 3 cups chicken broth                           tle!) all over the surface of the dough.
  First, make a roux. Heat shortening in 2       3 eggs, lightly beaten                         Sprinkle with coarse salt and drizzle with
  gallon pot. Add flour and gently stir until    1 teaspoon salt                                enough olive oil to fill each divot.
  golden brown. Add chicken and stir con-        ¾ cup diced celery
  stantly for about 10 minutes. Add              2 tablespoons chopped onion                    Bake the focaccia for 10 minutes at 425
  onions, celery, and garlic and work them       3 cups cubed leftover turkey                   degrees, and then reduce heat to 350
  to the bottom of the chicken. Allow to         1 can (8 ounce) sliced mushrooms,              degrees and bake for an additional 12-
  cook about 2 minutes or until onions are       drained                                        15 minutes, or until the top is golden
  tender, then add the cold water.               1 tablespoon butter                            brown.

  When it comes to a boil, add hot water,        In a mixing bowl, combine bread cubes
  salt, pepper, and Worcestershire sauce.        and 1 cup cracker crumbs. Stir in broth,
                                                 eggs, salt, celery, onion and mushrooms.                    MAIN DISHES
  Simmer until chicken is tender. Add oys-       Spoon into greased 2 quart casserole
  ters, if desired, and allow to come to a       dish. In saucepan, melt butter; brown                        FRIED CHICKEN
  rolling boil.                                  remaining cracker crumbs. Sprinkle over                       by Brian Ritter
                                                 casserole. Bake at 350 for 1 hour
  Shut off fire. Add filé only after Gumbo       (serves 6-8).                                  2 lb chicken (raised and killed in a
  has stopped boiling. Sift 1 teaspoon                                                          humane manner)
  from the palm of hand, stirring pot con-             ROSEMARY FOCCACIA BREAD                  1 cup flour
  stantly. Never let gumbo boil after                      by Michael Knock                     ¼ cup cornmeal
  adding filé.                                                                                  A shake of pepper, paprika, curry, sage,
                                                 2 ½ teaspoons of yeast                         & garlic
  Serve over boiled rice. Serves 6.              3 cups of unbleached white flour
                                                 ½ cup cornmeal                                 Combine flour, cornmeal, and spices in a
                                                 2 teaspoons salt                               zip-lock bag. Shake.
                                                 1/3 cup olive oil
                                                 1 1/3 cups water                               Put chicken in the bag. Shake again.
                SHRIMP BALLS                     1 tablespoon dried rosemary leaves
               by Nancy Luikart                  coarse salt for topping, to taste (we use      Fry in olive oil until brown
                                                 Kosher)
  2 cups boiled shrimp                                                                          Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes (or
  1 cup grated onion                             Warm the water to between 110 and              1 ½ hours if using a solar oven)
  1 cup green pepper                             115 degrees. Remove from heat and
  1 stalk celery and leaves                      sprinkle the yeast over the top and set        Serve
  1 clove garlic                                 aside for about 10 minutes. Be careful
  ½ cup seasoned bread crumbs                    not to let the water get too hot, or it will
  1 beaten egg                                   kill the yeast.

  Grind all ingredients. Roll into small balls   While yeast is growing, combine the
  by hand. Deep fat fry. Serve with tartar       flour, corn meal and salt in a large mix-
  sauce or cocktail sauce.                       ing bowl. Add the olive oil, the rosemary
                                                 and the yeast-water mixture. If you have
                                                 a stand mixer, use it to mix the dough.
                                                                                                            Still More Recipes
                                                 Otherwise, as best you can (it is a very
                                                                                                          Continued on Page 14
                                                 stiff dough) mix the dough with a wood-
                                                 en spoon. Try to incorporate as much of
                                                 the flour as you can.
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             MCC knows how to COOK
            From salads to leftovers to... well, uh Cheerios, MCC faculty and staff share
                       some of their favorite recipes for the holiday season
          Appetizers and Soup

              CHEESY DELIGHT
               by Julie Lloyd

 1 frozen pkg. Mixed Vegetables (Broccoli,
 cauli flower, carrots)
 2 cups minute rice
 2 cans cream of mushroom
 1 16 oz. jar Cheese Whiz
 ½ onion

 Mix all (except onion) in a large casserole
 dish. Sautee the onion in butter and stir
 in last. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50
 minutes. (Hint: melt cheese in the
 microwave a little).



               APPLE SALAD
               by Ann Mayes

 3 cups chopped apples
 ½ cup chopped celery
 ½ cup raisins
 ½ cup chopped walnuts

 Small Tub Cool Whip
 ¼ cup mayonnaise                                   HOLLAND-STYLE APPLE SALAD                       PEANUT & PUMPKIN SOUP
 1 teaspoon lemon juice                                  by Steve Holland                              by Michael Knock
 ½ teaspoon salt
                                               1 package (3 ounces) lemon gelatin            4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) butter
 Toss the apples, celery, raisins, and wal-    2 cups minus 2 tablespoons very hot           4 cups canned pumpkin
 nuts together in a large mixing bowl. Set     water                                         2 cups cooked pureed sweet potato
 aside.                                        2 teaspoons vinegar                           1 cup smooth peanut butter
                                               ¼ teaspoon salt                               6 cups chicken broth or stock
 In a separate bowl, blend the Cool Whip,      1 large red apple, diced                      1 teaspoon ground black pepper
 mayonnaise, lemon juice and salt. Add to      ½ cup diced celery                            1 teaspoon salt
 ingredients in other bowl and toss to coat.   ¼ cup chopped English walnut meats            1 ½ teaspoons brown sugar (or to taste)
                                                                                             Sour cream and roasted peanuts for gar-
                                               Dissolve gelatin in very hot water. Add       nish
                                               vinegar and salt. Pour into a 4-cup mold
                                               and chill until slightly thickened. Add the   Melt the butter in a large pot over a medi-
                FRUIT SALAD                    apples, celery, and nuts. Chill until firm.   um heat. Stir in the pumpkin, sweet pota-
             by Lanette Morgan                                                               to, and peanut butter.
                                               Serves 6.
 4 tart apples-peeled and cut into small                                                     Add the chicken stock, salt and pepper,
 chunks                                                                                      and stir until smooth. Add brown sugar to
 4 bananas, sliced                                         AWESOME APPLE DIP                 taste. Reduce the heat to simmer and
 8 ounce dates                                                by Jodi Asher                  cook for 20 minutes.
 8 ounces Cool Whip (I prefer whipping my
 own, using half pint of whipping cream)       ¾ cup white sugar                             Before serving, garnish the soup with sour
                                               ¼ cup brown sugar                             cream and a handful of peanuts.
 Combine fruit and dates in serving bowl.      1 (8-ounces) package of cream cheese
 Add enough whipped cream to thoroughly        1 tablespoon vanilla
 cover all ingredients. Refrigerate at least
 1 hour before servings.                       Soften cream cheese in the microwave.
 Options: You may add miniature marsh-         Mix all ingredients until smooth.
 mallows and walnuts.                                                                                   More Recipes Inside
 Note: This recipe is a Morgan family tradi-   Chill or eat warm with apples.                              Pages 14-15
 tion, served at Thanksgiving and
 Christmas