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Friday, September 21, 2012

Variety Show One Variety Show Two Variety Show Three

Variety Entertainment at its Best!

Located at Park Village Theater Next to The Other Side Restaurant Country Jubilee Special Opening Show Willie Nelson & Friends Show

For Reservations

970-577 970 577-8000 8000

900 Moraine Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517

Old Time Rock & Roll Show Memories of John Denver Show Matinee & Evening Show

Adults $23 Children $16

Matinee Performance Doors Open: 12:00 pm Show: 2:00 pm Evening Performance Doors Open: 5:30 pm Show: 7:30 pm

Cooking On High

by Esther A. Cenac

We missed the typical weather for the Scottish Festival and the weekend was gorgeous for all of our visitors. The weather waited for a few days and then we had that cold snap. I went around picking up all of the hoses and disconnecting them from my outside faucets. I am now ready for the cold weather so what happens? The days turn delightful again. What's a girl to do? With our beautiful fall weather we still want to be outdoors and not staying too much in the kitchen. I had the ladies over for a day of Mahjong and I wanted to make some kind of easy dessert. I am ashamed to say that I succeeded as the cake was the hit of the day. Many of you "old timers" may still have this recipe tucked away in one of you file boxes or wherever you stick recipes that you plan on making some day or have made in the past and forgotten where you put it. I finally got some boxes with plastic drawers and labeled them: Appetizers, Soups and Bread, Entrées, etc. Works for me! Getting back to my easy cake, it is very rich and serves a lot as you make it in a 9"x 13" or 9" x 12" pan. I cut it into 12 pieces but you could cut it smaller. The original recipe says it makes three dozen and use a jelly roll pan but I wanted a cake, not small bars. The ladies raved about it and asked that I put it in the paper. I didn't give it to them in detail, that makes them read my article!

Chocolate Cherry Bars or Cake

I pkg. Chocolate Fudge or Devil's Food cake mix (I used Devil's Food as that what I had on hand) 21 oz. can cherry pie filling (or whatever the size is now as they cut quantities down these days) 1 tsp. almond or vanilla flavoring, I used the almond 2 beaten eggs Preheat oven to 350. Grease a 9" x 12" or 9" x 13" pan. In large bowl combine ingredients and pour into pan. Bake mixture for 30 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Place on rack. Frosting I-cup of granulated sugar 5 Tbs. of margarine (Parkay) or butter 1/3 cup milk 6 oz. of semi-sweet chocolate Combine the first three ingredients in a pot and heat until butter is melted. Remove from heat and stir in chocolate until smooth and melted. Pour over warm cake and cool. My email is: As always, from me to you, Bon Appétit.

Community Sale Postponed

The community sale previously scheduled for September 22 at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church to benefit the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer has been postponed. When a new date is determined, it will be published in the EP News.

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